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Organisation : Teachers’ Recruitment Board, Tripura
Exam : T-TET Paper – II
Paper : Paper—II
Document Type : Previous Question Paper
Year : 2018
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TRB Tripura TET – II Previous Question Paper

** Question Paper of TRB Tripura TET – II Previous Question Paper 20187 is now available in the official website of Teachers’ Recruitment Board, Tripura.

Related : TET Paper – I Previous Question 2018 :

Instructions for Candidates

1. Use Black Ballpoint Pen only for writing particulars of this Question Booklet and marking responses on the OMR Answer Sheet.
2. This test is of 2 hours and 30 minutes duration and consists of 150 MCQ-type questions.
3. There is no negative marking for any wrong answer.

4. This Question Booklet has Five Parts—I, II, III, IV and V consisting of 150 MCQ-type questions and each question carries 1 mark :
Part–I : Child Development and Pedagogy (Q. Nos. 1–30)
Part–II : Language—I (English) (Q. Nos. 31–60)
Part–III : Language—II (Bengali) (Q. Nos. 61–90)
Part–IV : Mathematics (Q. Nos. 91–120)
Part–V : Environmental Studies (Q. Nos. 121–150)

5. Please ensure that Question Booklet Series-Code is correctly written and shaded on the OMR Answer Sheet.
6. Rough work should be done only in the space provided in the Question Booklet.
7. The answers are to be marked on the OMR Answer Sheet only. Mark your responses carefully since there is no chance of alteration/correction.

8. Use of eraser or whitener is strictly prohibited.
9. Candidates should note that each question in Parts—I, IV and V is given in bilingual form (English and Bengali). In case of any discrepancy or confusion in the medium/ version, the English Version will be treated as the authentic version.

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2018 :

Child Development & Pedagogy

Paper – II :
Directions : Answer the following questions by selecting the correct option.
1. Thinking is a/an
(A) cognitive process
(B) psychomotor process
(C) instinctive behaviour
(D) None of the above

2.According to Piaget, —— stage is related to abstract and logical thinking.
(A) sensory-motor
(B) pre-operational
(C) formal operational
(D) None of the above

3. Gifted students are
(A) convergent thinker
(B) divergent thinker
(C) extrovert
(D) None of the above

4. The feeling of shame and pride develops in —— stage.
(A) infancy
(B) childhood
(C) adolescence
(D) None of the above

5. Human development is
(A) quantitative
(B) qualitative
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

6. Personality is the outcome of
(A) only heredity
(B) upbringing and education
(C) interaction between heredity
and environment
(D) None of the above

7. According to Vygotsky, child development is
(A) a product of social interaction
(B) a product of formal interaction
(C) a product of assimilation and accommodation
(D) None of the above

8. First Intelligence Test was developed by
(A) Charles Edward Spearman
(B) Alfred Binet
(C) Robert Sternberg
(D) None of them

9. A student’s chronological age is 12 years and mental age is 14 years.
His/Her IQ will be
(A) 116·66
(B) 115·66
(C) 120·83
(D) None of the above

10. Dyslexia means
(A) mental disorder
(B) reading disorder
(C) mathematical disorder
(D) None of the above

Part – II

Language—I – English

Directions : Read the passage given below and answer the questions
(Q. Nos. 31 to 35) that follow by selecting the correct options.
In 776 B.C., the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mount Olympus to honour the Greeks’ Chief God, Zeus. Thewarm climate for outdoor activities, the need for preparedness in war, and their lifestyle caused the Greeks to create competitive sports.

31. Which of the following is not true?
(A) Winners placed olive wreaths on their own heads.
(B) The games were held in Greece every four years.
(C) Battles were interrupted to participate in the games.
(D) Poems glorified the winners in song.

32. The word ‘deeds’ is closest in meaning to
(A) accomplishments
(B) ancestors
(C) documents
(D) property

33. What is the main idea of this passage?
(A) Physical fitness was an integral part of the lives of the ancient Greeks.
(B) The Greeks severely punished those who did not participate in physical fitness programs.
(C) The Greeks had always encouraged everyone to participate in the games.
(D) The Greeks had the games coincide with religious festivities so that they could go back to war when the games were over.

34. The word ‘halted’ means most nearly the same as
(A) encouraged
(B) started
(C) curtailed
(D) fixed

35. Approximately how many years ago did these games originate?
(A) 800 years
(B) 1200 years
(C) 2300 years
(D) 2800 years

Directions : Question Nos. 39 to 43 are incomplete sentences. Choose the correct option that best completes the sentence.
39. Shyam did not do well in the class because
(A) he studied bad
(B) he was not good studywise
(C) he was a badly student
(D) he failed to study properly

40. People all over the world are starving
(A) greater in number
(B) in a more numbers
(C) more numerously
(D) in greater numbers

41. Our flight to Kolkata took _____ on schedule.
(A) in
(B) of
(C) off
(D) at

42. On his accession _____ the throne he introduced several measures of reform.
(A) on
(B) at
(C) to
(D) into

43. ‘A storm in a teacup’ means
(A) unexpected event
(B) a danger signal
(C) much excitement over something trivial
(D) a great noise

44. The word ‘innate’ is closest in meaning to
(A) unique
(B) important
(C) inborn
(D) essential

45. The antonym of the word ‘frugal’ is
(A) gaudy
(B) generous
(C) extravagant
(D) charitable

Directions : Read the following poem carefully and answer the questions (Q. Nos. 46 to 50) by choosing the correct alternative given below.
Beyond the East the Sunrise; beyond the West the Sea; And East and West the Wander-Thirst that will not let me be; It works in me like madness, dear to bid me say good-bye;
For the seas call, and the stars call, and oh! —the call of the sky; I know not where the white road runs, nor what the blue hills are, But a man can have the sun for a friend

46. In the poem, road, river and bird symbolize
(A) poet’s destination
(B) mobility
(C) desire for making money
(D) endless journey

47. The repetition of the word ‘oh’ denotes
(A) the sorrow of the poet for his inability to set off on a new journey
(B) the use of an interjection
(C) the intensity of the poet’s feeling
(D) None of the above

48. ‘Wander-Thirst’ means here
(A) longing for travel
(B) longing for happiness
(C) longing for food
(D) desire for making money

49. ‘White road’ suggests
(A) road on the snow of a hill
(B) cemented road
(C) dusty road
(D) white-coloured road

50. ‘East and West’ means to the poet
(A) Eastern and Western civilizations
(B) the East and West land
(C) two limits of this planet
(D) None of the above

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