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CTET Paper 1 EVS July 2019 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation

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CTET Paper 1 EVS July 2019 Previous Question Paper हिन्दी Explanation - 30 questions

Answer for the Question : 00:00Intro

Answer for the Question : 00:28We all observe old wells which have dried up. Our elders say that about 25-30 years ago there was sufficient water in the wells, but now these have completely dried up. … the possible correct reasons for drying up of water in the wells. A. The lakes (ponds) in which rainwater used to collect are no longer there. B. The soil around the trees, well & nearby area is now covered with coal tar/cement

Answer for the Question : 03:39In EVS concepts & issues have not been compartmentalized into science & social science

Answer for the Question : 06:25In which one of the following cities the mountains of sand called Sand Dunes are found

Answer for the Question : 06:59In EVS themes have been proposed instead of topics

Answer for the Question : 08:47Which one of the following is not one of the six broad themes of EVS

Answer for the Question : 09:32Which of the following is true with respect to EVS subject for classes I & II

Answer for the Question : 11:11Which one of the following is very important in constructing knowledge in EVS A. Active participation of the learner. B. Relating child’s knowledge with the teacher’s knowledge. C. Learning EVS outside the four walls of the classroom

Answer for the Question : 13:36The most effective strategy to engage learners in EVS is

Answer for the Question : 15:43Which one of the following is not true with respect to EVS

Answer for the Question : 17:25A teacher always begins by conducting activities followed by questions & discussions. The objective of conducting activities, questions & discussion is to. A. Assess the children’s process skills B. … opportunity to the children to explore C. … opportunity to the children to express themselves

Answer for the Question : 19:27Children should be encouraged to tap sources other than textbooks & teachers in EVS. Why A. Textbook & teacher are not the only sources of EVS learning. B. … promote the Involvement of parents & communities. C. … provide opportunity to teachers to know the child’s background

Answer for the Question : 22:18Which of the following should not be the indicator for assessment in EVS

Answer for the Question : 24:32In EVS, teachers should provide opportunities to the children to assess themselves. Self-assessment is

Answer for the Question : 26:54A teacher conducts an experiment on How does food get spoilt. Teacher makes groups of learners & provides them material related to the experiment. … A. It promotes peer learning. B. It improves social Interaction. C. … effective way of learning EVS without burden. D. … strategy to maintain discipline

Answer for the Question : 29:22Which of the following is not the objective of teaching EVS

Answer for the Question : 31:19Picture reading is an important activity in EVS. Which of the following indicator/indicators of learners can be assessed through picture reading A. Observation & recording B. Expression C. Analysis D. Experimentation

Answer for the Question : 32:52Which technique is used in the rating scale

Answer for the Question : 34:15Consider the following statements about the practices followed under Jhoom farming : A. After obtaining one set of crops the land is left as it is for some years. B. The bamboo or weeds which grow on the land are pulled out & burnt. C. The ash obtained on burning the weeds etc. is used as fertilizer.…

Answer for the Question : 37:30In a hilly area it was observed that the people have built their houses using stones, mud, lime & wood. These houses have two floors. On the ground floor they provide space for animals to live & also store necessary things, on the first floor they stay

Answer for the Question : 39:04It is believed that the animals that are awake at night can see objects only in

Answer for the Question : 39:52Earthworms are considered friends of the farmers. … the correct reasons for the same : A. Earthworms eat the dead leaves & plants & their droppings fertilize the soil. B. Earthworms eat the weeds & save the main crop. C. Earthworms soften the soil by digging

Answer for the Question : 41:54Tribal people have been using bronze to make many things since thousands of years. Bronze is still used in our houses. … the most correct statement about bronze.

Answer for the Question : 42:51Boiled tapioca with any curry made using coconut is a preferred food of the people of

Answer for the Question : 43:28Select from the following a set of festivals celebrated on the full-moon day.

Answer for the Question : 44:50Which one of the following groups of states has a coast on Arabian sea

Answer for the Question : 46:08Where is Jharkhand located on the map of our country

Answer for the Question : 47:17Which of the following is NOT obtained from petroleum

Answer for the Question : 47:45A boy boarded a train on 30th June 2019 at Madgaon for Nagercoil. The train departed at 09 : 45 hours from Madgaon & reached Nagercoil at 07 : 15 hours on the next day. If the distance covered by the train during this time interval is 1140 km, the average speed

Answer for the Question : 49:54In one of the forests of our country the village council (Panchayat) allots the land to the forest people (Adivasis) for farming in a special unit called ‘tin’. What is tin

Answer for the Question : 50:42You are located at X & your school is located at Y. There is no straight path from your house to school. So, you first go to A which is 30 m due north of X, then go to B which is 40 m due west of A, then go to C which is 30 m due north of B & finally you reach your school at Y which is 40 m due west of C…


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