ctet Science Practice Paper
1. Ozone layer is found in
2. Tyranosaurus was abundant during
3.The part of the castor seed that yields oil is
4. Which fungus is edible
5. Plants which flower only once in their life are called
6. Largest leaves belong to
(1) In Rafflesia
(2) In Victoria
(3) In Nerium
(4) In Ginkgo
7. Maize fruit is
8. Antibodies are
9. Tears contain
10. The process by which DNA gives rise to RNA called as
1. Operation of 'subtraction' in integers obeys the
(1) closure law
(2) commutative law
(3) associative law
(4) None of the above
2. The interior angles of a polygon are in A.P. If the smallest angle be 120° and angles differ by 5°, then number of sides in polygon is
3. If a, b, c are rational numbers, thendistributive law for multiplication overaddition is
(1) a × (b + c) = (a × b) + c
(2) a + (b × c) = (a + b) × (a + c)
(3) a × (b + c) = (a × b) + (a × c)
(4) a + (b × c) = (a + b) × c
4.Additive identity of real numbers is
(4) None of these
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Directions—(Q. 1–10) In questions 1 to 10 you have a brief passage with 10 questions. Read the passage carefully, and choose the best answer to each question out of the four alternatives.
You may think the sign of a good manager is to have a department where everybody is busy at work on their assigned tasks. But if your people are merely doing their jobs, they’re only working at about half their potential. A truly productive department is one in which every employee is actively thinking of better, more efficient methods of working ways in which to produce a higher quality product, in less time, at lower cost.
To get this kind of innovation from your people, you have to be receptive to new ideas; what's more, you have to encourage your people to produce new ideas. Incentives are one way to motivate employees to be more productive. You can offer a cash bonus, time off, or a gift. But a more potent form of motivation is simply the employee's knowledge that management does listen to him or her, and does put employee suggestions and ideas to work.
When you listen to new ideas, be open-minded. Don't shoot down a suggestion before you've heard it in full. Many of us are too quick, too eager, to show off our own experience and knowledge and say that something won't work because ‘we've tried it before’ or ‘we don't do it that way’. Well, may be you did try it before but that doesn't mean it won't work now. And having done things a certain way in the past doesn't mean you've been doing them the best way. A good manager is open-minded and receptive to new ideas.
1. The given passage speaks about--
(A) the sign of a good manager
(B) the workers doing their job
(C) ways in which to produce a higher quality product
(D) the need to be open to new ideas
Ans : (A)
2. We understand from the passage that a good manager is one--
(A) who has a department where everybody is busy at work
(B) who offers a cash bonus, time off or a gift to his workers
(C) who is open minded and receptive to new ideas
(D) who is too quick, too eager to show off his experience and knowledge
Ans : (C)
3. People merely ‘doing their jobs’ in the passage means--
(A) that people busy at work do not perform their assigned tasks
(B) that such people produce a higher quality product
(C) that such people are working at about half their potential
(D) that such people are innovative
Ans : (C)
4. In a truly productive department--
(A) people are busy at work on their assigned tasks
(B) people are busy at work to produce a large quantity of product
(C) people always think of evolving better and more efficient methods of working
(D) people always make a show of their experience and knowledge
Ans : (C)
5. The word ‘motivation’ in the passage means--
(A) to impute a motive to an action
(B) the act of inspiring others
(C) to put a thing into action
(D) None of these
Ans : (B)
6. ‘To be receptive to new ideas’ in the passage suggests--
(A) Readiness to receive new ideas
(B) to be cautious and careful about the new ideas
(C) to share with your people the new ideas
(D) to think of better and more efficient methods of working
Ans : (A)
7. The word ‘incentives’ in the context of the passage suggests--
(A) to produce higher quality product, in less time
(B) to produce higher quality product, at lower cost
(C) an additional payment or additional facilities to employees to increase production
(D) employee's faith that management does listen to his suggestions and ideas
Ans : (C)
8. A truly productive employee, according to the writer, is always--
(A) busy at work on his assigned tasks
(B) actively thinking of better and more efficient methods of working
(C) has an eye on a cash bonus, time off, or a gift
(D) suggesting but never busy at work
Ans : (B)
9. The innovative suggestions or new ideas from your employee can be obtained when--
(A) you offer a cash bonus to him
(B) you make him feel that management does listen to him or her and puts his ideas to work
(C) you distrust his experience and knowledge
(D) you pressurise him to tender new ideas or face the consequences
Ans : (B)
10. A good manager should--
(A) be open-minded and receptive to new ideas
(B) quickly shoot down innovative suggestions from an employee to assert supremacy of his experience and knowledge
(C) discard innovative ideas dubbing them unworkable
(D) be content with the normal functioning of the department
Ans : (A)
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01. While working as a teacher, you get an offer from a firm for an appointment to an administrative post with better financial prospects and status. How will you react to this?
a) accept the offer provided the salary is considerably higher
b) inform them that you prefer to continue as a teacher
c) accept the offer if more incentives and conveniences are provided
d) seek the advice of friends and parents before taking a decision
02. You would like to prefer to join the teaching profession. How will you manage to procure the job?
a) by giving bribe to the appointing authority
b) by adopting any means that would help in getting appointed
c) by seeking political support
d) by exalting excellence in competition
03. You are asked to attend, without allowance, a refresher course to the subject teachers of your specialisation at a time when you have some familial inconveniences. How will you react to this situation?
a) make arrangements for compensating your absence from the family and attend the course
b) accept the offer provided it is a requirement for promotion
c) agree to attend if TA and DA are given as per rules
d) persuade the authorities for a postponement of the course till your inconveniences are over
04. Your principal is penalising you deliberately inspite of your efforts to satisfy him. What would you do under this situation?
a) boldly do what you think to be right b) retort in the same coin
c) don’t react at all d) mobilize support of the colleagues against him
05. A student of your class is being ridiculed by his mates because he gives foolish answers to all questions. Which of the following steps do you consider most appropriate?
a) stop asking questions to him so that such a situation can be avoided
b) frequently ask very simple questions to him so that he can answer correctly and gain confidence
c) advise the other students to be sympathetic and not to ridicule him
d) inform his parents and advise them to arrange for providing private tuition
06. You find it difficult to take your class because of the loud noise in the neighboring class. What step would you take?
a) go to that class immediately and scold the students
b) make a complaint to the principal about the class
c) go to that class and openly tell the teacher that the noise is quite distressing
d) have a friendly talk with the teacher at some convenient time and discuss about a solution
07. A club is formed for your teaching subject. What role will you play in its functioning?
a) will regularly attend the functions organised by the office bearers
b) will extend help in matters when requested by the staff representative
c) voluntarily contribute for organising all activities taken up
d) co-operate with the programmes organised according to your suggestions
08. In a teachers meeting, a majority decision is going to be taken about an issue. You strongly feel that it is not proper. What will you do in this situation?
a) walk out of the meeting in protest of the decision
b) exert pressure over your close friends to vote against the decision
c) clearly present your arguments against the decision and request the members to reconsider
d) quietly yield to the view point of the majority
09. You feel that a particular instructional strategy is effective for teaching your subject. But none of your colleagues agree with you. What step will you take?
a) look for the theoretical justification of the strategy from books on instruction
b) leave them to do as they like
c) give up your strategy as it is not acceptable to others
d) with the co-operation of your colleagues, design an action research
10. You come to know that a girl student is being teased by a boy of your class. What step will you take first?
a) call her brother to the campus and tell him this information
b) ask a few able boys to deal with the mischievous boy c) ask the girl to give a written complaint to the principal d) talk to the boy gently and persuade him apologise to the girl
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Numerical on Current Electricity
Q. 1. Find the work done by an electron to maintain the potential difference of 80V?
Q. 2. What is the potential difference between the ends of 16Ω resistance, when a current of 1.5A flows through it?
Q. 3. The potential difference across the the terminals of an electric iron is 240V and the current is 6 A what is the resistance of electric iron?
Q. 4. If there are 108 electrons flowing across any cross section of a wire in 4 minutes, what is the current in the wire?
Q. 5. .A copper wire has diameter o.5mm and resistivity 1.6 x 10-8 ohm m what will be the length of this wire to make the resistance of 10 ohms?
Q. 6. Find the effective resistance of resistors 0.01 ohms and 107 ohms.in series and parallel
Q. 7. Two resistors of same materials has been connected in series first and then in parallel. Draw a V – I graph to distinguish these connection.
Q. 8. Three resistors 3,4,5 ohms are joined in parallel in a circuit. If a current of 150 mA=150×10-3A flows through the resistor of 4 ohms, then find the values of the current in mA which will be flowing in other two resistors?
Q. 9. A wire of length 2cm having resistance R is stretched to have an increase of 100% of original length . Find its new resistance with respect to its original resistance.
Q. 10. An electric lamp has resistance of 400 ohms. It is connected to a supply of 250V. If the price of electric energy is Rs.1.20 per unit, calculate the cost of lighting the lamp for 20 hours.
Average Velocity, Average Speed
1. An automobile travels on a straight road for 40 km at 30 km/h. It then continues in the same direction for another 40km at 60km/h. a) What is the average velocity of the car during this 80 km trip? b) What is the average speed.
2. A truck on a straight road starts from rest and accelerates at 2.0 m/s2 until it reaches a speed of 20 m/s. Then the truck travels for 20 s at a constant speed until the brakes are applied, stopping the car in a uniform manner in an additional 5.0 s. How long is the truck in motion and what is its average velocity during the motion?
3. While driving home from school you travel at 95 km/h for 130 km then slow to 65 km/h. You get home in 3 hours and 20 min. How far is your hometown from school and what is the average speed?
4. A person takes a trip, driving with a constant speed of 89.5 km/h, except for a 22 min rest stop. If the person's average speed is 77.8 km/h, how much time is spent on the trip and how far does the person travel?
5. From t = 0 to t = 4.21 min, a man stands still, and from t = 4.21 min to t = 8.42 min, he walks briskly in a straight line at a constant speed of 1.91 m/s. In the time interval 1.00 min to 5.21 min what area. his average velocityb. his average acceleration?
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