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Organisation : Government College of Teacher Education, Chitradurga, Karnatataka
Document Type : Previous Year Question Paper
Year : 2022
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KAR-TET Previous Year Question Paper

SUBJECTS: Language – I, Language – II, Child Development and Pedagogy, Mathematics and Environmental Science
Maximum Marks: 150
Max. Time: 09.30 A.M. to 12.00 P.M. 2.30 Hours

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PART-I Language – I : ENGLISH
Read the given passage and answer the questions that follow (Q. No. 01-08):
Vivek was a pot maker. He had a smiling face, soothing voice and skilled hands. He loved his village and the villagers loved him. He loved to work and never got tired. He knew his village in all its glory and knew everything that belonged to the village. Not only did he know the trees of the village but also the birds that would come to the trees.

He believed that the plants, trees and birds knew him. One day he was busy finishing a pot when a woodpecker flew into his workshop and perched on a pot. He did not want to shoot the bird. As it was still wet, its feet got stuck. It tried to adjust and moved round on the neck of the pot.

As it wriggled around, it made a design on the top of the pot and then it flew away. A customer came by. He was impressed by the new design and asked him to make ten such pots for him. Another person came and asked him to make a few more pots. This made him happy and his business improved by leaps and bounds. He was happy that his friend had visited him.

1. The false statement about Vivek among the following statements is
(1) Vivek had a smiling face
(2) He had a soothing voice
(3) He did not love his village
(4) He never got tired

2. Vivek believed that
(1) The plants, trees and birds knew him
(2) He would never be friendly with the villagers
(3) The villagers hate him.
(4) His business would never improve

3. He was happy that his friend had visited him. Here ‘his friend’ is
(1) A villager
(2) The woodpecker
(3) A customer
(4) Another pot maker from the village

4. This made him happy and his business improved by leaps and bounds, This was because
(1) Of the design made by the woodpecker
(2) Of the pots made by him
(3) Of the love showed by trees
(4) of the new design that he created

5. He did not want to shoot the bird because
(1) He loved it
(2) He knew that it would make a design on the top of the pot
(3) He thought that it would go away after sometime
(4) Perching on an unburnt pot was not a big loss for him

6. The word in the passage which means “twist and turn with quick movements” is
(1) Impressed
(2) Perched
(3) Moved
(4) Wriggled

7. A customer came and asked him to make ten such pots for him. To infinitive’ in the above sentence is
(1) Make
(2) Came
(3) To make
(4) Asked

8. He was impressed by the new design. This can be written in active voice as
(1) The new design impressed him
(2) The new design will impress him
(3) The new design was impressing him
(4) The new design is impressing him

Read the given poem and answer the questions that follow (Q. No. 9 – 15) :
Often seen as filth
But gives the soil good health
To reward the farmer with wealth
Ploughs the soil before farmer
Use not the chemicals to harm her
Please praise our motherland’s armour
Shy to show his looks
Toils often on fishing hooks
To give the fisher something to cook
Be humble like a worm
Think no one to harm
You will be free to spread your charm

9. The worm gives the soil
(1) Good colour
(3) Good health
(2) Good smell
(4) Good wealth

10. Please praise our motherland’s armour.’ The ‘armour’ is
(1) Worm
(3) Poet
(2) Farmer
(4) Fisherman

11. “Toils often on fishing hooks.’ Here ‘toil’ means
(1) Spends time
(2) Very lazy often
(3) Works hard
(4) Does not work

12. The farmer’s friend in this poem is the
(1) Birds
(2) Earthworm
(3) Land
(4) Fisherman

13. According to the poem, we may harm the land by
(1) Ploughing
(2) Growing crops
(3) Using chemicals
(4) Sowing seeds

14. According to this poem, we can spread our charm by
(1) Being proud
(2) Not being proud
(3) Being lazy
(4) Not being lazy

15. ‘Be humble like a worm’. The figure of speech used here is
(1) Simile
(2) Alliteration
(3) Metaphor
(4) Personification

16. Karana : Hi Siri, I didn’t see you yesterday in the school.
Siri : Yes, I was absent. I had gone to my grandma’s house yesterday.
The correct question to get the underlined sentence as answer is
(1) How did you go yesterday?
(2) Why did you go to grandma’s house?
(3) What did you do in grandma’s house?
(4) Where had you gone yesterday?

Instructions To The Candidates

Note: Candidates are instructed to confirm
Whether pre-printed O.M.R. has your name and register number printed on it.
Whether pre-printed O.M.R. Sheet No. and QP Booklet No. are same.
If the candidate uses the O.M.R./QP booklet which doesn’t belong to him/her, such O.M.R. sheets are not considered for evaluation.

1. The sealed Question Booklet contains 150 questions and O.M.R. Answer Sheets. Verify whether the given Question Booklet is of the same PAPER and MEDIUM as the candidate opted in the application.
2. The Questions are printed in Kannada and English Medium. But in any case of any discrepancies/doubt the question in English Medium is considered as valid.
3. The Question Paper contains five parts I, II, III, IV and V consisting of 150 Objective Type Questions, EACH QUESTION CARRYING ONE MARK.

4. Part-I contains 30 Questions for the Language – I and Part – II contains 30 Questions for the Language-II. In this Question Booklet Questions pertaining to all Languages have been given. The Languages being answered must tally with the Languages opted by the candidate in online application.

5. Candidates are required to attempt Questions in Part II (Language – II) in any Language other than the Language chosen in the Part-I (Language – I).

6. Questions related to Par III Child Development and Pedagogy (Q. No. 61 to 90), Part Mathematics (Q. No. 91 to 120) and Part V: Environmental Science (Q. No. 121 to 150) are given both in Kannada and English medium in the Question Paper Booklet. The Questions answered must tally with the medium opted in the online application.

7. All the entries in the circle must be made with BLUE OR BLACK BALL POINT PEN ONLY. Any alteration in the answer counts as invalid. Usage of whitener/overwriting on OMR Answer Sheet is not permitted and such answer booklet is not considered for evaluation.

8. Each candidate is given carbonless O.M.R. sheet along with the original O.M.R. answer sheet. Candidate should return the ORIGINAL O.M.R. ANSWER SHEET TO THE ROOM SUPERVISOR and retain the carbonless copy of the same with the candidate.

9. Calculator, mobile phone and any other electronic devices are not allowed.
10. If a candidate is found committing malpractice, necessary action will be taken against such candidate as per the examination rules.

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