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Daily Mcq Series Day 4 (In Hindi)
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Talvir Singh
Double JRF l Commerce/Management l Motivational Speaker | Comedy Addict | Lyricist | 5 Year Teaching Experience |Youtuber l

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Very good session sir
Vishal
a year ago
thanx
thank u SO much Sir. God bless you.
sir aapse ek request h plz lecture me headings hindi meaning k sath me mention kijiye. jisse hame har chiz ko samjhne me ar asani ho jaye. there are a lots of students of hindi medium.. your teaching way is amazing sir.. but this suggestion from me to us...
Sir mera one month ka subscription 20 April ko khtm hoga... M subscription ko renew karungi to phle ki sbhi recorded videos milegi ya nhi
Talvir Singh
7 months ago
Yes
Priyanka Parmar
7 months ago
Thnku ssir
Priyanka Parmar
7 months ago
Thnku ssir
Sir thank you so much. Please data interpretation ki video post kare data interpretation apke bharose h
sir mujhe 1 paper k liye subcription lena h,all topic cover ho jaega.....
Talvir Singh
7 months ago
Yess :))
  1. TARGET JRF JUNE 2019 80 DAYS DAILY MCQ SERIES PAPER 1 BY TALVIR SINGH


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  3. DAY 4


  4. 1. Maximum participation of student during teaching is possible through * a. Lecture method . b. Deductive method . c. Inductive method * d. Text book method


  5. Maximum participation of students happens through inductive method. Induction means going from specific to general In contrast with the deductive method, inductive instruction makes use of student "noticing" Instead of explaining a given concept and following this explanation with examples, the teacher presents students with many examples showing how the concept is used. Inductive method is method of discovery. Deductive method is a method of verification and explanation.


  6. 2. Which definition freely assigns meaning to a completely new term, creating a usage that had never previously existed? a. Stipulative b. Precising c. Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague d. None of the above


  7. A stipulative definition freely assigns meaning to a completely new term, creating a usage that had never previously existed. Theoretical definitions are special cases of stipulative or pr cising definition, distinguished by their attempt to establish the use of this term within the context of a broader intellectual framework. A precising definition is a definition that extends the lexical definition of a term for a specific purpose by including additional criteria that narrow down the set of things meeting the definition


  8. 3. Dynamic approach to teaching means a. Teaching should be forceful and effective b. The students should be required to learn through activities c. The topics of teaching should not be static, but dynamic d. All of the above


  9. Classroom communication exists in three categories: Verbal, Nonverbal Written. Verbal communication: Anything that a teacher or student speaks aloud. people express audience, such as report card comments or student Nonverbal communication: Refers to body language that Written communication: Writing directed at a specific assignments.


  10. Projected aids provides greater enjoyment in learning. A projected aid is one in which items are perceived are projected on a screen using mechanical devices. For example: Slides, filmstrips, overhead projectors, films & film Non -projected aids means items to be observed are not projected on For example: Blackboard, model, globes, specimen, tape recorder etc. projector, epidiascope (optical projector), television etc. a screen


  11. 6. Which of the following statement is/are correct for Norm-referenced tests? Statement I: Compare an examinee's performance to that of other examinees. Statement II: Differ in that each examinee's performance is compared to a pre-defined set of criteria or a standard. a. Only II b. I and II c. Only I d. Question does not provide sufficient data or is vague


  12. Norm-referenced tests (or NRTs) compare an examinee's performance to that of other examinees. Standardized examinations such as the SAT are norm referenced tests Criterion-referenced tests (or CRTs) differ in that each examinee's performance is compared to a pre-defined set of criteria or a standard. The goal with these tests is to determine whether or not the candidate has the demonstrated mastery of a certain skill or set of skills. These results are usually "pass" or "fail" and are used in making decisions about job entry.


  13. 7. The office of the Prime Minister of India has a a. Statutory basis b. Constitutional basis c. Conventional basis d. Arbitratory basis


  14. 8. Permanent instructions that the computer uses when it is turned on and that cannot be changed by other instructions are contained in a) ROM b) RAM c) ALU d) CPU