UP TET 2014 exam was held on 22th Feb and 23rd Feb 2014 at various exam centers in districts of Uttar Pradesh. If you want to become a teacher in government owned primary and intermediate level schools then you must pass TET full form ‘Teachers Eligibility Test‘ exam conducted by your state or CTET exam that is conducted by central government of India.

UPTET 2014 answer key are available on official website. We have also prepared full TET 2014 Junior section question paper and their correct answers for you to prepare for the next exam. Below is the paper of UP TET upper primary or junior section paper.

UP TET Upper Primary 22 Feb 2014 Solved Paper:

Section 1: Child Development Paper:

    1. Who has central place in Education according to child Psychology ?
      1. The Child
      2. The Teacher
      3. The Guardian
      4. The Administrator
    2. Which one of the following method has a process of reasoning from general to specific ?
      1. Inductive
      2. Deductive
      3. Both above
      4. None of the above
    3. What is the principal psychological characteristic of childhood ?
      1. Dependence on others
      2. Feeling of gregariousness
      3. Religious feeling
      4. Lack of tendency of imitation
    4. How is intensity of emotions expressed during adolescence period ?
      1. Adverse family relations
      2. Problem of occupation
      3. Adjustment with new situation
      4. All above
    5. The children whose intelligence quotient (I.Q.) is above 140 will be categorised in category of
      1. Moron
      2. Dull
      3. Average
      4. Genius
    6. “Creativity is the mental process to express the original outcomes” who stated the above statement ?
      1. Crow and Crow
      2. James Drever
      3. Ross
      4. Skinner
    7. The principle of ‘trial and error’ is propounded by
      1. Thorndike
      2. McDougall
      3. Kohler
      4. Pavlov
    8. What should not be used in order to eliminate ‘plateaus of learning’ ?
      1. The learner should be motivated and encouraged.
      2. The good methodology of learning should be adapted
      3. He should be punished
      4. The causes of it should be studied
    9. “Child is a book which the teacher has to learn from page to page.”
      1. Plato
      2. Aristotle
      3. Rousseau
      4. Ross
    10. What is the meaning of individual differences ?
      1. Differences in the physique of two individuals.
      2. Any two individual are not equal and similar in respect of physique, mental ability and emotional status
      3. Any two individual are not equal and similar in respect of physique, mental ability
      4. None of the above
    11. The main objective of the mental hygiene is___________.
      1. To project the mental health of the child
      2. To remove maladjustment
      3. Both above
      4. None of the above
    12. The following are the marks obtained by seven students : 40, 38, 36, 50, 51, 54, 23
      1. 36
      2. 40
      3. 50
      4. 23
    13. Interest has a relationship with
      1. Ability
      2. Attention
      3. Both above
      4. None of the above
    14. Application of knowledge, skill or subject learned, in other situation is known as
      1. Motivation
      2. Transfer of learning
      3. Frustration
      4. Worry
    15. Which of the following is the first step in the process of conditioning ?
      1. Stimulus
      2. Frequency
      3. Generalization
      4. None of the above
    16. “Memory is the direct use of what is learned.”
      1. McDougall
      2. Woodworth
      3. Ross
      4. Drever
    17. Initially the rate of learning increases and later on it decreases gradually, that curve is called
      1. Convex curve
      2. Concave curve
      3. Combination type of curve
      4.   There is no curve
    18. Emotion is originated through __________.
      1. Habits
      2. Instincts
      3. Physical development
      4. Formation of concepts
    19. __________ word is also often used for motivation.
      1. Emotion
      2. Need
      3. Feeling
      4. Perception
    20. For the development or formation of concept in the student, the teacher should
      1. Follow simple to complex method of teaching
      2. Provide opportunity to the student for ample experience.
      3. Provide opportunity to the student for transfer of formed concepts
      4. Follow all the above activities
    21. “Thinking is mental activity in its cognitive aspect.” whose definition of thinking is this one ?
      1. Warren
      2. Ross
      3. Valentine
      4. Skinner
    22. For the development of imagination
      1. Sense organ should be trained
      2. Story should be narrated
      3. Attention should be paid on the development of creative tendencies.
      4. All the above activities should be carried out.
    23. Which of the following condition(s) is/are not the internal condition(s) of attracting attention ?
      1. Position of the stimulus
      2. Need
      3. One-above
      4. Both the above-one and two
    24. Laws of Association are
      1. Law of similarity
      2. Law of Contrast
      3. Law of Contiguity
      4. All of the above
    25. According to Gates “_________ is modification of behaviour through experience “
      1. Motivation
      2. Adjustment
      3. Learning
      4. Thinking
    26. What is called the tendency of self love ?
      1. Self centred tendency
      2. Egoistic tendency
      3. Tendency of Narcissism
      4. Tendency of Hypnotism
    27. Intelligence is transmitted in future generations. The function of________ is t create conducive of this innate ability
      1. The locality
      2. The season
      3. The environment
      4. The climate
    28. The measure representing the total frequency distribution is called _________.
      1. Measure of reliable variation
      2. Measure of central tendency
      3. Measure of representative correlation
      4. Measure of representative cumulative percentage.
    29. Which of the following characteristic is not true in reference to intrinsically motivated children ?
      1. They like challenging tasks
      2. They are always successful
      3. They feel joy during the work
      4. They express high level energy in difficult tasks.
    30.   Which of the following statements is not true ?
      1. “Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents to offspring”.
      2. “Development is the product of the interaction of the organism and its environment.”
      3. “Heredity is the sublimation of inborn individual traits.
      4. “Heredity is the transmission from parents to offsprings of physical and mental characteristics.”

Section 2: English Question paper with Answers

  1. Choose the correct synonym of the word ‘Exile’.
    1. Exit
    2. Banishment
    3. Camp
    4. Picnic
  2. Choose the correct word from the words given below.
    1. Peal
    2. Pail
    3. Peel
    4. Pale
  3. The quality of mercy is not strained, It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven. Point out the figure of speech in the above lines
    1. Simile
    2. Personification
  4. Fill the appropriate set of words in the given sentence. ‘The bridal _______ of my daughter will be ________ on 10th December.
    1. Performed, temporary
    2. ceremony, temporary
    3. ceremony, performed
    4. performed, ceremony
  5. Fill in the blanks with the correct preposition : ‘She went _________ the park _________ a walk.
    1. for, to
    2. to, with
    3. to, on
    4. to, for
  6. Name the poet who wrote the poem ‘stopping by the woods on a snowy evening’.
    1. William wordsworth
    2. Robert Lynd
    3. Robert Frost
    4. P.B. Shelley
  7. Point out the correct sentence of the following :
    1. He and I was very good friends once upon a time.
    2. The committee were divided in their decision.
    3. Every student should do one’s duty.
    4. Each boy and each girl have done their work.
  8. Who said : “Reading makes a full time man, writing an exact man and conference a ready man” ?
    1. C.C Fries
    2. Francis Bacon
    3. Prof. Jesperson
    4. W.S Gray
  9. Which one is regarded as the best style of writing ?
    1. Vertical
    2. Irregular
    3. Forward
    4. Horizontal
  10. Structural grammar emphasize
    1. Word of Sentences
    2. Phrase of Sentence
    3. Structure of sentence
    4. All of these
  11. Which method is based on the theory “from example to generalization” ?
    1. Deductive Method
    2. Inductive Method
    3. Inductive and Deductive Method
    4. Incidental Method
  12. “Julius Ceasar “ was written by
    1. Bernard Shaw
    2. Galsworthy
    3. Prem chand
    4. william shakespeare
  13. Choose the correct sentences:
    1. You should either come today or tomorrow.
    2. I had scarcely reached home when it started raining heavily.
    3. I had no sooner finished my studies when i got a job.
    4. He is cleverer than me.
  14. Fill the correct articles in the sentences : ‘__________ sun rises in _______ east.’
    1. A, the
    2. The, the
    3. The, a
    4. An, a
  15. Vocabulary can be taught by using the following technique :
    1. Usage
    2. Direct
    3. Synonym
    4. All of these
  16. Identity the underlined part of speech : The Burglar disappeared with the cash.
    1. Transitive verb
    2. Intransitive verb
    3. Linking verb
    4. Auxiliary verb
  17. Pick out the incorrectly spelt word :
    1. Virtue
    2. Queer
    3. Tradgedy
    4. Legible
  18. Find out the grammatically wrong sentence :
    1. She takes her dog out for a walk.
    2. He teaches in a school.
    3. She go to the market for vegetables.
    4. They live in Allahabad.
  19. Point out the active voice of the following : The patients are visited by their relatives only between
    1. Only between 4 to 6 pm the patients are visited by the relatives.
    2. The relatives visit the patients only between 4 to 6 pm.
    3. The relatives visited he patients only between 4 to 6 pm.
    4. Only between 4 to 6 pm the relatives can visit the patients.
  20. Point out the sentence in passive voice.
    1. The striking students were throwing stones.
    2. Twenty lessons have been finished.
    3. The murderer hide the knife.
    4. The enemy will have sunk the ship by now.
  21. Choose the correct option : The prime minister was acquitted _________ the charge levelled against him.
    1. of
    2. off
    3. for
    4. with
  22. Find the meaning of the following idiom given in the option :
    1. to suspect
    2. to read carefully the hidden meaning of the word.
    3. to understand the hidden meaning of the word.
    4. to do useless things.
  23. Choose the synonym of the given word :
    1. Opaque
    2. Honest
    3. Transparent
    4. Misleading
  24. Give one word for the given definition : One who write stories and news for a newspaper.
    1. Draughtsman
    2. Herbalist
    3. Copywriter
    4. Correspondent
  25. Select the most appropriate meaning of the given idiom : The bird of passage
    1. A person of great importance
    2. An evil person
    3. A person who travels widely
    4. A weak person
  26. Choose the correct adjective of the following noun :
    1. advisable
    2. advise
    3. advisedly
    4. adviser
  27. Complete the following sentence by choosing the appropriate forms of verbs : Will you ________ a car if you _________ any money ?
    1. have, didn’t have
    2. owned, hadn’t
    3. buy, don’t have
    4. have sold, had
  28. Complete the following sentence by choosing the appropriate forms of verbs : If the result of the admission test ______ today , she ______ a telegram.
    1. will be announced, will send
    2. was announced, would send
    3. is announced, will send
    4. declared, could send
  29. Complete the following sentence by choosing the  appropriate verb forms : Mr. Indrajeet Gupta ________ that he _________ truth to those people.
    1. claims, spoke
    2. claimed, spoke
    3. had claimed, had spoken
    4. will claim, speak
  30. Choose the antonym of the given word :
    1. Gentle
    2. Inhuman
    3. Cruel
    4. Barbarous

Section 3 – Social Studies and Other Subjects:

  1. In the historical development of music in India, this era is called Golden period.
    1. Medieval period
    2. Ancient period
    3. British period
    4. Modern period
  2. Who has written kramik pustak malika ?
    1. Pt. V.N Bhatkhande
    2. Pt. N.L Gune
    3. Pt. V.D Paluskar
    4. Pt. D kainkini
  3. One of the following is a Sandhi prakash raag :
    1. Jaunpuri
    2. Bhairav
    3. Bihag
    4. Vrindawani Sarang
  4. One of the following is musical ;
    1. Rigveda
    2. Samveda
    3. Yajurveda
    4. Atharvaveda
  5. ‘Alphanso’ is a popular variety of
    1. Pear
    2. Banana
    3. Mango
    4. Apple
  6. Which method of orchard planting is used in hilly region ?
    1. Hexagonal system
    2. Rectangular system
    3. Contour system
    4. Filler system
  7. Most essential for jelly making is
    1. Citric Acid
    2. Fruit pulp
    3. Salt
    4. Pectin
  8. Which variety of mango is polyembryony ?
    1. Alphanso
    2. Neelam
    3. Chandrakaran
    4. Dasahari
  9. ‘Garden rake’ used for
    1. cutting
    2. plant propogation
    3. collection of dry weeds
    4. pruning
  10. Name of the Granth written by Pt.Sharangdev is
    1. Sangeet Sudhakar
    2. Sangeet Diwakar
    3. Sangeet Shastra
    4. Sangeet Ratnakar
  11. Chemical formula of water is
    1. H²O²
    2. H²O
    3. HO²
    4. 2HO
  12. In which organ blood is purified ?
    1. Kidneys
    2. Heart
    3. Stomach
    4. Lungs
  13. Which of the following digestive enzymes is secreted by salivary glands ?
    1. Tylin
    2. Renin
    3. Amylaze
    4. Pepsin
  14. In which type of clothes arrowroot starch is used ?
    1. Woollen
    2. Cotton
    3. Silk
    4. Synthetic Fibre
  15. Which one of the following type of soil water is taken by plants ?
    1. Gravitational water
    2. Capillary water
    3. Hygroscopic water
    4. None of these
  16. The breed of buffalo which produces highest fat percentage in milk
    1. Zaffrabadi
    2. Murrah
    3. Mehsana
    4. Bhadawari
  17. Phalaris minor is a main weed of which crop ?
    1. Pea
    2. Bajra
    3. Maize
    4. Wheat
  18. The moisture percentage in seed during storage should be
    1. 8-10%
    2. 20-25%
    3. 30-35%
    4. 40-45%
  19. Which one of the following is not reason of soil erosion ?
    1. Water
    2. Wind
    3. Ploughing against the slope
    4. Clean cultivation
  20. Immovable joint is found in
    1. Elbow
    2. Skull
    3. Wrist
    4. Knee
  21. What is art according to ‘Ruskin’ ?
    1. Art of life
    2. Art of beauty
    3. Art is expression
    4. Art is imitation
  22. Where is Rajya Lalit Kala Academy situated ?
    1. Agra
    2. Lucknow
    3. Allahabad
    4. Kanpur
  23. The painting named as “Baz” Pakshi has been painted during the period of which Mughal Emperor ?
    1. Akbar
    2. Babar
    3. Humayun
    4. Jahangir
  24. How many primary colours are there ?
    1. Two
    2. Three
    3. Five
    4. One
  25.   Penalty stroke is related with which game ?
    1. Hockey
    2. Football
    3. Cricket
    4. Volley-ball
  26. Take of Board is related with which events ?
    1. High Jump
    2. Long jump
    3. Javelin
    4. Shot put
  27. Bonus line is related with which game ?
    1. Kho-kho
    2. Kabaddi
    3. Badminton
    4. volley ball
  28. The number of players in a football team is
    1. 13
    2. 11
    3. 7
    4. 9
  29. Lobby is related with which game ?
    1. Kabaddi
    2. Kho-kho
    3. Badminton
    4. Volley ball
  30. Which colour comes after blue in Rainbow ?
    1. Red colour
    2. Violet colour
    3. Green colour
    4. Indigo colour
  31. which one of the following subjects is not related to social study ?
    1. Civics
    2. History
    3. Geography
    4. Chemistry
  32. Social studies are related to people and their mutual interaction with their social and physical environment. who gave this definition ?
    1. M.P Mufat
    2. N.C.E.R.T(National council of education research and training)
    3. Secondary Education Commission
    4. R.C Edwin
  33. The most useful teaching learning material for geography teaching under social studies is
    1. Maps
    2. Time graphs
    3. Flash card
    4. Barometer
  34. “History is a scientific study and accounts of our past” – who stated that ?
    1. Dr.Radhakrishnan
    2. Rapson
    3. Prof. Ghate
    4. Jones
  35. Who built the khajuraho temples ?
    1. Holkars
    2. Pallavas
    3. Bundela
    4. Chandel
  36. Who was court physician of kanishka ?
    1. Nagasena
    2. Shusruta
    3. Charak
    4. Ashwaghosa
  37. Which one of the following was not built by shahjahan ?
    1. Taj Mahal
    2. Red fort of Delhi
    3. Jama Masjid of Delhi
    4. Buland Darwaja
  38. When did Gandhiji start Non-cooperation Movement ?
    1. 1920
    2. 1930
    3. 1940
    4. 1941
  39. The main objective of social studies teaching is to develop the following spirit in the students.
    1. spirit of nationalism
    2. spirit of provincialism
    3. spirit of a particular place
    4. spirit of casteism
  40. Who of the following is called “Indian napoleon” ?
    1. Chandra Gupta Maurya
    2. Harshvardhan
    3. Chandra Gupta Vikramaditya
    4. Samudra Gupta
  41. ‘Tripitaka’ texts are related with which religion ?
    1. Vedic religion
    2. Buddhism
    3. Jainism
    4. Shaivism
  42. The First Gupta ruler to assume the title of the Maharajadhiraj was.
    1. Sri Gupta
    2. Ghatotkacha
    3. Chandra gupta I
    4. Chandra gupta II
  43. Who wrote Humayunnama ?
    1. Abul Fazal
    2. Badauni
    3. Gulbadan Begum
    4. Humayun
  44. Which of the following is a atomic power centre of India ?
    1. Digboi
    2. Chandrapur
    3. Raniganj
    4. Kalpakkam
  45.   The position of maximum distance between the sun and the earth is known as
    1. Perihelion
    2. Aphelion
    3. Equinox
    4. Conduction
  46. On which of the following dates the summer solstice occurs ?
    1. 22 December
    2. 21 March
    3. 23 September
    4. 21 June
  47. Which of the following countries, the Mayon volcanic mountain types is produced by faulting ?
    1. Folded Mountain
    2. Volcanic Mountain
    3. Dome shaped Mountain
    4. Block Mountain
  48. Which of the following , the MaYon volcanic mountain is located in ?
    1. U.S.A
    2. Philippines
    3. Chile
    4. Japan
  49. Which of the following pair is not correctly matched:
    1. Estuary – Rivers
    2. Hanging Valley – Glaciers
    3. Nunatak – Underground Water
    4. Yardang – Winds
  50. Who is the founder of Din-i-Elahi ?
    1. Muhammad Gaznavi
    2. Humayun
    3. Akbar
    4. Sher shah suri
  51. Which one of the following is a cold ocean current ?
    1. Brazil Current
    2. Kuroshio Current
    3. Benguela Current
    4. Gulf Stream
  52. When the ‘Right to information Act’ was passed ?
    1. July 2007
    2. June 2006
    3. March 2005
    4. June 2005
  53. In India Partyless democracy was the first advocated by
    1. Jayprakash Narayan
    2. M.N Roy
    3. Mahatma Gandhi
    4. Vinoba Bhave
  54. Which committee recommended the inclusion of fundamental duties in the Indian constitution ?
    1. Karan singh committee
    2. Kripalani Committee
    3. Swarn singh committee
    4. Ashok Mehta committee
  55. Which article in the Indian constitution contains the provision of establishing a Finance commission ?
    1. Article 280
    2. Article 270
    3. Article 380
    4. Article 180
  56. Out of the following ,how many judges hear constitutional questions ?
    1. 5
    2. 10
    3. 7
    4. 9
  57. When the cases were heard by lok adalat for the first time ?
    1. 6 October 1985
    2. 4 April 1977
    3. 26 January 1950
    4. 23 September 2013
  58. The constituent Assembly was set up under the
    1. Cripps Mission
    2. Cabinet Mission plan
    3. Wavell Plan
    4. Nehru report
  59. Which SAARC country recently conducted election for constituent Assembly ?
    1. Bangladesh
    2. Nepal
    3. Maldives
    4. Bhutan
  60. The lightning and thunder are the characteristic feature of
    1. Troposphere
    2. Stratosphere
    3. Mesosphere
    4. Ionosphere

Section 4: Maths and Science Question-Answers

  1. A class VII teachers wants to discuss the following problem in the class : “ A square is divided into four congruent rectangles is 40 units. What is the perimeter of given square ?” Key mathematical concepts required to solve the problem is
    1. area of square and rectangle, perimeter of square and rectangle and definition of square and rectangle.
    2. meaning of the terms square, rectangle, congruent, perimeter etc.
    3. area of rectangle, perimeter of square.
    4. formation of algebraic equation to solve the problem.
  2. Salman solve –3-4=7. The error is committed as
    1. Salman needs to practice solving problems of similar type.
    2. Salman has not understood the concept of multiplication of integers.
    3. Salman is careless.
    4. Salman is not clear about the concept of addition of integers.
  3. “Which two numbers when multiplied give the product 24 ?” This question
    1. is a closed ended question as it has definite numbers of answers.
    2. suggests general problem solving strategy to the child so that he/she can answer correctly.
    3. helps the child to think metacognitively.
    4. is an open ended question as it has more than one answer.
  4. Identify the open ended problems.
    1. Parikshit makes a cuboid of dimensions 5 cm, 2 cm, 5 cm. How many such minimum cuboids are required to form a cube ?
    2. Find the cube-root of 512 using prime factorisation methods.
    3. Find the cube of 10.
    4. Write any 5 numbers whose cube is more than 64.
  5. The father’s age is 6 times his son’s age. Four years hence, the age of the father will be four times the his son’s age. The present ages in years of the son and father are, respectively.
    1. 4 and 24
    2. 5 and 30
    3. 6 and 36
    4. 3 and 24
  6. A die is thrown once. The probability of getting a prime number is
    1. 2/3
    2. 1/3
    3. 1/2
    4. 3/2
  7. If a set A contains 5 elements then the numbers of subsets of A where none of the subset is empty, is
    1. 32
    2. 16
    3. 64
    4. 31
  8. if (x-2) is a factor of (x^3 + ax^2 +bx +16) and b=4a, then respective values of a and b are respectively
    1. 2, -8
    2. -2, 8
    3. -2, -8
    4. 2, 8
  9. Most appropriate formative task to assess the student’s understanding of data analysis is
    1. Role play
    2. Cross word
    3. Survey-based project
    4. Quiz
  10. In the figure given below if <OAB = 40 , then ACB is equal to
    maths-tet-junior-10

    1. 50˚
    2. 40˚
    3. 60˚
    4. 70˚
  11. If the area of an equilateral triangle is 16√3 cm2, then the perimeter of the triangle is
    1. 48 cm
    2. 24 cm
    3. 12 cm
    4. 36 cm
  12. Mode of the given data : 29, 25, 38, 22, 38, 25, 38, 29 is
    1. 29
    2. 38
    3. 25
    4. 22
  13. The polynomial P(x) = X – 2X3 + ax + 3a – 7when divide by (x + 1) leaves the remainder 19. The value of a is
    1. 3
    2. 2
    3. 5
    4. 4
  14. In the given figure if l II m, then the value of x is
    maths-tet-junior-14

    1. 60˚
    2. 80˚
    3. 40˚
    4. 140˚
  15. Four traffic lights give red signals after the 30 seconds, 45 seconds, 60 seconds and 120 seconds respectively. If all the traffic lights began at the same time, then all of them will give red signal at the same time in
    1. 180 seconds
    2. 120 seconds
    3. 300 seconds
    4. 360 seconds
  16. The abscissa of the point (-2, –5) is
    1. 2
    2. -2
    3. 5
    4. -5
  17. If the number 23583ab is completely divisible by 80, then the value of a – b is
    1. 2
    2. 3
    3. 4
    4. 0
  18. O is the centre of circle in following figure <OCB equals
    maths-tet-junior-18

    1. 10˚
    2. 20˚
    3. 30˚
    4. 40˚
  19. A vessel in the form of an open inverted cone of height 8 cm and radius of its top is 5 cm. It is filled with water upto the brim. When lead shots are dropped into the vessel , one fourth of the water flows out. The number of lead shots dropped in the vessel where radius of each shot is 0.5 is
    1. 50
    2. 75
    3. 100
    4. 150
  20. Vertices of quadrilateral ABCD are on circumference of a circle. If AB is diameter of circle and <ADC =130˚ then <BAC is
    1. 50˚
    2. 40˚
    3. 30˚
    4. 20˚
  21. OA, OB and OC are edges of a cube meeting at vertex O. If length of each is ‘a’ cm ,then area of  ∆ABC will be
    1. a²cm²
    2. √3/4 a²cm²
    3. √3/2 a²cm²
    4. 3/4 a²cm²
  22. Two cylinders have equal volumes and their heights are in the ratio 1:3. The ratio of their radii will be
    1. 1 : 3
    2. 3 : 1
    3. √3 : 3
    4. 3 : √3
  23. Area of two similar triangles are 4 cm² and 9 cm² respectively. The ratio of their corresponding sides is
    1. 4 : 9
    2. 9 : 4
    3. 3 : 2
    4. 2 : 3
  24. If a, b and c are any three non zero real number and a/2=b/3=c/4= 2a – 3b + 5c/A, then the value of A is
    1. 7
    2. 9
    3. 11
    4. 15
  25. L.C.M and H.C.F of two numbers pand q are P and Q respectively . If P – p = q – Q then
    1. p² + q² = P² + Q²
    2. p² – P² = P² + Q²
    3. P – Q = P – q
    4. pP = qQ
  26. If 3 ≤ x ≤ 10 and 5 ≤ y ≤ 15, then minimum value of (x/y) is
    1. 1/3
    2. 1/2
    3. 1/5
    4. 10
  27. If ax = b , by = cz = a, then the non zero value of (xyz) is
    1. 1
    2. 2
    3. 3
    4. -1
  28. If 1/x + 1/y = u and xy = 1/v , then the value of 1/x² + 1/y² is
    1. 1/u² – 2/v
    2. u² – 2/v
    3. u² – 2v
    4. 1/u² – 2v
  29. The value of x if 5x(√32)x/x+3 = 50 is
    1. -1
    2. 1
    3. 2
    4. 3
  30. A person have some one rupee, 50 paise and 25 paise coins totaling $ 210 in the ratio 5 : 6 : 8 , then number of one rupee coins is
    1. 41
    2. 42
    3. 103
    4. 105
  31. Which of the following is not an activity based teaching method ?
    1. Demonstration Method
    2. Observation Method
    3. Heuristic Method
    4. Lecture Method
  32. We use to perform which of the following to test a hypothesis ?
    1. Experiment
    2. Examination
    3. Evaluation
    4. Results
  33. ‘Inquiry method’ is also known as
    1. Problem solving method
    2. Collection method
    3. Heuristic method
    4. Classification method
  34. While teaching “Flower of Brassica campestris”, Which of the following would be the best suited method ?
    1. Observation method
    2. Lecture method
    3. Field Trip method
    4. Discussion method
  35. The vertical component of earth’s magnetic field is zero at
    1. Magnetic poles
    2. Geographic poles
    3. Everywhere
    4. Magnetic equator
  36. Which is the formula of potash alum ?
    maths-tet-junior ques 36
  37. The projectors which are used to show opaque figures and pages of books are called
    1. Epidiascope
    2. Telescope
    3. Bioscope
    4. Radioscope
  38. Other than nucleus which cellular organelle contains DNA ?
    1. Ribosome
    2. Golgi complex
    3. Mitochondria
    4. Lysosome
  39. Person taking rich diet of Ascorbic Acid will not suffer from
    1. Rickets
    2. Pellagra
    3. Scurvy
    4. Beri-beri
  40. Which is vesitigial organ in man ?
    1. Pinna muscles
    2. Pinna
    3. Ileum
    4. Teeth
  41. Which one of the following are acoelomate animals ?
    1. Echinoderms
    2. Annelids
    3. Arthopods
    4. Platyhelminthes
  42. Which of the following is not a protein ?
    1. Heparin
    2. Keratin
    3. Fibroin
    4. Albumin
  43. Which type of centrum is found in the vertebra of mammals ?
    1. Amphiplaytan
    2. Heterocoelous
    3. Procoelous
    4. Amphicoelous
  44. In the absence of light, what will increase ?
    1. Water uptake
    2. Elongation of internodes
    3. Uptake of mineral salts
    4. Extension of leaf lamina
  45. Aqueous solution of so² is
    1. Acidic
    2. basic
    3. neutral
    4. amphoteric
  46. A plant forms spores , have vascular system , but does not flower and seed can be placed under
    1. Algea
    2. Bryophyta
    3. Pteridophyta
    4. Gymnosperm
  47. The image produced by the concave lens is always
    1. real
    2. virtual
    3. inverted
    4. enlarged
  48. The current i flowing through the cell in the given circuit is (internal resistance of cell is zero)
    maths-tet-junior-48

    1. 1 ampere
    2. 3/2 ampere
    3. 2 ampere
    4. 3 ampere
  49. If someone the distance between the sun and the earth is doubled the gravitational force between them will become
    1. Double
    2. Half
    3. Four times
    4. One-fourth
  50. What will the value of decimal number 37 in Binary system ?
    1. 100101
    2. 101001
    3. 100011
    4. 101010
  51. If the magnitude of vector A is 10 cm and the direction is north , then what is the magnitude and direction of thye vector –2A ?
    1. 20 cm East
    2. 20 cm West
    3. 20 cm North
    4. 20 cm South
  52. The enzymes responsible for reduction of molecular nitrogen to ammonia in leguminous plant is
    1. Nitrite reductase
    2. Nitrate reductase
    3. Nitrogenase
    4. All of the above
  53. The relation between coefficient of linear expansion , coefficient of superficial expansion and coefficient of volume expansion is
    1. 1 : 2 : 3
    2. 2 : 3 : 1
    3. 3 : 1 : 2
    4. 1 : 3 : 2
  54. The pH value of any solution that converts red litmus to blue in colour will be
    1. 1
    2. 4
    3. 7
    4. 10
  55. Which type of hybridization occurs in ClF³ ?
    1. sp³
    2. sp²
    3. sp²d
    4. sp³d
  56. Marsh gas is
    1. Methane
    2. Ethane
    3. Propane
    4. Butane
  57. Rusting of iron is
    1. Reduction reaction
    2. Oxidation reaction
    3. Redox reaction
    4. Displacement reaction
  58. Petroleum is refined by
    1. Simple distillation
    2. fractional distillation
    3. steam distillation
    4. vacuum distillation
  59. Which one of the following is known as Bayer’s Reagent ?
    1. Dilute alkaline solution of potassium permanganate
    2. Concentrate acidic solution of potassium permanganate
    3. Acidic solution of potassium permanganate
    4. Neutral solution of potassium permanganate
  60. An electric charge q moves with a constant velocity v parallel to the lines of force of a uniform magnetic field B. Force on charge is
    1. qvB
    2. qv/B
    3. Zero
    4. Bv/q

This paper has questions from Maths and Science, English, General Awareness, Hindi, Urdu, Sanskrit section. Students are required to pass this exam to become teacher in Uttar Pradesh.

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