Test Preparation on UGC NET Home Science Practice Set-3
Who stated about curriculum ?the price ofemployment of models is eternal vigilance?
Who srote curriclum and community in Wales?
Many of the setbacks to curriculum developmentsince the world war II are to be attributed lessto the intrinsic character of new methods andcontent more to
Non-formal education programmes must bestrictly based on the _______ needs of thevarious groups.(i) Social (ii) Cultural(iii)Economic (iv) Environmental
Informal education is accidental type ofeducation learning which happens bychance at
The learner learns in informal education by(i) observation (ii) good listening(iii)eagerness (iv) attitude
In informal education, there is no(i) curriculum (ii) fee strechive(iii)examination (iv) formateaching
Puppet historiant tell us that nearly _______years ago in ancient India the only form oftheatre was the puppet theatre
One usually comes across the art of puppetryused mostly in the presentation of historical ormythological stories. This medium can beeffectively used to bring out some basic factsand scientific aspect on(i) Cleanliness (ii) Nutrition(iii)Educational topics(iv) none
Making the puppets developing a story formata science concept and then presenting in theform of puppet play to a small group shows(i) Active involvement(ii) Interaction(iii)Withdrawal (iv) Disinterest
One study estimates the existence of about 7000street theatre group in different parts of thecountry with the largest number in
The groups which are taken into account forcommunication is/are(i) Cultural groups (ii) Social groups(iii)Family groups (iv) Reference group
?The complex of values ideas attitudes and othermeaningful symbols created by man to shapehuman behaviour and the artifacts of thatbehaviour as they are transmitted from onegeneration to the next?
Satellite educational programme has much lessto offer you if you believe in(i) Learning by being(ii) Learning by personal exploration(iii)Learning by role(iv) Learning by conditioning
?A statistical population or universe may consistof attributes qualities or behaviour of people,the behaviour of inanimate objects such as diceor cities or city blocks, households or dwellingstructures, the day?s out put of a factory oropinions of the electorate of an entire nation.?(i) Goods and Hatt (ii) P. V. Young(iii)Calvin F schimid (iv) Kumar Manglam
Three tables available for random numbers(i) Tippett?s table (ii) Fisher and Yates(iii)Kendol and Babington(iv) Smith numbers
Who stated ?A purposive selection denotes themethod of selecting a number of groups of unitsin such a way that selected groups togetheryields as nearly as possible the same averagesor proportion as the totality with respect of thsoecharacteristics which are already a matter ofstatistical knowledge
Which of the following is/are the Criticismadvanced by Snedecor for purposive selection(i) The knowledge of the population mustbe available in advance which is mostlynot possible(ii) The control are often not effective anda biased sample is selected(iii)Estimate of sampling error rests uponhypothesis which are seldom if ever metin practice(iv) It is a hopless method
In the process of stratifing success depends ofstrate(i) Different variable in the study(ii) Size of each stratum(iii)Homogeneity in different units of strata(iv) Free from overlapping