CTET 2018 is scheduled to be held on 9th December and admits cards for the same are already available on the official website ctet.nic.in. Now candidates don't have much time for preparation. Many experts believe that during this time, candidates should focus more on practice and revision. There will be five sections in Paper 1 of CTET (i.e., Child Development and Pedagogy, Language I, Language II, Mathematics, Environmental Studies) and total 150 questions (30 questions from each section) will be asked in this paper. Environmental Studies is one of the most critical sections of Paper 1 and to help the candidates here we have provided some important questions which are expected to be asked in the Environmental Studies section of upcoming CTET 2018.
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Environmental Studies is one of the most important sections of CTET (Central Teachers Eligibility Test) Paper 1 and here we have provided some important questions which are expected to be asked in upcoming CTET 2018.
Question I: The common element which is present in both carbohydrates and proteins is
Question II: There is a species ‘A’ of plants that grow in a huge number but is found only in ‘B’ part of India in the whole world. Which type of species is it?
Question III: Which of the following is not a component of 5 Es?
Question IV: The gastric juice in the stomach of human beings is ........... and aids in the digestion of food.
Question V: Which of the following group of animals has excellent sight and can see things four times more than humans?
(1) Bees, Mosquitoes, Butterflies
(2) Tigers, Leopards, Bulls
(3) Snakes, Silkworms, Lizards
(4) Kites, Eagles, Vultures
Question VI: Which of the following tools will be appropriate for assessing social- personal qualities of children engaged in learning EVS through group work?
(2) Rating scales
(3) Paper-pencil tests
(4) Oral questions
Question VII. The nature of environment studies does not advocate that:
(1) children make fewer mistakes.
(2) children get space to learn by doing.
(3) children ask a lot of questions.
(4) children get a lot of space to explore.
Question VIII: Which one of the following diseases may be caused by stagnant water?
Question IX. Which one of the following places in our country is a "Cold Desert"?
Question X. Which of the following makes a correct pair?
(2) Orissa - Bharatnatyam
(3) Tamil Nadu - Lavani
(4) Karnataka - Kathak
Question XI: Bronze is a mixture of two metals. The names of these two metals are
(1) Copper and Zinc
(2) Copper and Iron
(3) Copper and Tin
(4) Aluminium and Tin
Question XII: The skills required to read a map include
(1) excellent communication skills to draw out the expressive ability
(2) excellent drawing and painting skills
(3) ability to understand relative position of places, distances and directions
(4) ability to use calculations and sketch positions on a globe
Question XIV: Khejri trees are mainly found in
(1) hot and humid conditions
(2) cool and dry conditions
(3) moderate conditions
(4) hot and dry conditions
Question XV: Mani frequently asks probing and imaginative questions in her Class V EVS class. By doing so, she aims at improving
(1) observation skills
(2) emotional skills
(3) listening skills
(4) thinking skills