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Home Science Question Papers for CDPO

1. Which of the following is a mass approach method of communication?
(a) Folk songs
(b) Exhibitions
(c) Drama
(d) Fairs

2. Extension Education aims at
(a) Adding knowledge
(b) Changes in system
(c) Developing conviction
(d) Flexibility in approach

3. One of the tools of evaluation in extension education is
(a) Research study
(b) Credibility
(c) Communication channels
(d) Officer records

4. The audio – visual aids facilitate learning by
(a) Focusing attention of students on the aid itself
(b) Clarifying the principle, fact or skill to be learnt
(c) Delineating the abstract from the concrete
(d) Repeating the responses of the students that need stabilizing

5. The non-formal education fulfils the need of
(a) Continuing and practical education of everybody
(b) The rich people who can invest money in out of school education
(c) The women alone who remain at home all day long
(d) The children who want to supplement their formal education

6. Flash cards are appropriate for
(a) Social advertising
(b) Explaining a process or steps
(c) Publicity of an event
(d) Giving information of a programme

7. Which of the following demonstrates an improved practice?
(a) Result demonstration
(b) Simple demonstration
(c) Composite demonstration
(d) Method demonstration

8. An interesting aids for telling stories to the village people
(a) Puppet
(b) Drama
(c) Folk songs
(d) Dances

9. Transmission and interacting of ideas, facts, opinions, feelings or attitudes is called
(a) Education
(b) Communication
(c) Development
(d) Speech

10. An excursion organised by the teacher to enrich the students experience
(a) Visits
(b) Field trips
(c) Survey
(d) Travel

11. Projected audio visual aids
(a) Overhead Projector
(b) Flannel graphs
(c) Charts
(d) Pictures

12. Home Science Extension extends technical knowledge to ____________ in rural and urban areas
(a) Employed mothers
(b) Farm wives
(c) Adolescents
(d) Children

13. The process of influencing the behaviour of the individual in a given situation is called
(a) Leadership
(b) Management
(c) Authority
(d) Supervision

14. Teaching of Extension Education is
(a) Class Oriented
(b) Subject Centred
(c) Degree Oriented
(d) Problem Oriented

15. The word ‘communication’ is derived from the
(a) Latin word
(b) Greek word
(c) English word
(d) Dutch word

16. Those who hold positions in village organisations and are recognised by villagers as their leaders are
(a) Traditional emergent leaders
(b) Composite leaders
(c) Agro-social leaders
(d) Leaders

17. The connecting links between communicators and receivers are
(a) Channels
(b) Radio
(c) Television
(d) Telephone

18. Which of the following provides first hand information about village problems and activities?
(a) Mass approach
(b) Group approach
(c) Individual approach
(d) Public approach

19. An effective communication demands
(a) One-way communication
(b) Two-way communication
(c) Three-way communication
(d) Upward communication

20. Which of the following is more expensive?
(a) Slide programe
(b) Audio cassette
(c) Video programme
(d) E-mail

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21. The revolution in Telecommunication was brought about under the chairmanship of
(a) Rajiv Gandhi
(b) Sam Pitroda
(c) Geoff Potter
(d) None

22. A network that can store, transit and deliver messages by electronic means
(a) Telecommunication
(b) Television
(c) EMMS
(d) Radio

23. Good source of entertainment and education for the villagers
(a) Puppet
(b) Folks media
(c) Drama
(d) Magic shows

24. There is no fixed curriculum in
(a) Extension Education
(b) Formal Education
(c) Informal Education
(d) School Education

25. Increased farm production is a means for raising the
(a) Standard of living
(b) Standards
(c) Economic Condition
(d) Social Condition

26. A smallest device computer
(a) Minicomputer
(b) Micro computer
(c) Mainframe computer
(d) Super computer

27. Information can be stored in large quantities in databases in
(a) Analog Computer
(b) Video text
(c) Hybrid computer
(d) Electronic e-mail

28. Micro teaching is based on
(a) Practical
(b) Observation
(c) Conferencing
(d) Computer assistance

29. Home Science extension was started in
(a) Around 1960
(b) Late 1930
(c) Between 1960 and 1970
(d) Late 1945

30. Face to face communication between two persons
(a) Persuasive and influential
(b) Lowest form of communication
(c) Involve two senses
(d) Intimate relationship

31. Drama, puppets, folk media are examples of
(a) Interpersonal Communication
(b) Indigenous Communication
(c) Unfocussed Communication
(d) Individual Communication

32. Which of the following is/are applicable to mass communication?
(a) Indirect
(b) Channel
(c) Relationship
(d) Gestures

33. Puppetry becomes a valuable ___________ only if the message to be communicated is developed in dramatic terms
(a) Art
(b) Visual aid
(c) Dance
(d) Culture

34. Institution channels are based on
(a) Five senses
(b) Print and electronic media
(c) Lecalite channels
(d) Participation

35. Which of the following principle indicate the thrust of Home Science Extension?
(a) Simple to complex
(b) Concrete to abstract
(c) Learning by doing
(d) Part to whole

36. For an extension work to be effective and real, it should
(a) Start at the village level
(b) Be well organized
(c) Have the co-operation from the govt
(d) Have enough fund

37. Mass approach in communication can be obtained through
(a) Film show
(b) Home visits
(c) Demonstration
(d) Panel discussion

38. The main objective of the Rural Development Programme is
(a) To raise economic condition of the rural people
(b) To raise social condition of the rural people
(c) Both ‘a’ and ‘b’
(d) None

39. Which of the following is given priority to the programmes of Rural Development?
(a) Economic development
(b) Satisfaction of the people
(c) Understanding of the people
(d) Interest of the people

40. Extension education in Home Science combines both
(a) Formal and informal sector
(b) Adult and informal literacy
(c) Knowledge and application technique
(d) Values and skills

41. Visual takes the form of
(a) Pictures
(b) Action
(c) Words
(d) Listening

42. A communication model includes
(a) Sender, message, destination and receiver
(b) Speaker, speech, channel and audience
(c) Sender, transmitter, signal and receiver
(d) Sender, message, treatment, channel and receiver

43. Display visual include
(a) Posters and charts
(b) Pictures and films
(c) Chalk and flannel boards
(d) Graphs and maps

44. One of the principles of extension work is
(a) Work with the people
(b) Work by choice
(c) Work for the people
(d) Work with interest

45. In TRYSEM scheme, the target group is
(a) Urban women
(b) Rural youth
(c) Urban youth
(d) Rural youth and women below poverty line

46. In a non-formal educational programme the syllabus is based on
(a) Standardised course extent
(b) Expertise on the trainers
(c) Needs of the learners
(d) Needs of the organisation

47. Evaluation is needed
(a) At the end of the programe
(b) In the beginning of the programme
(c) Only once during the programme
(d) At every stage of the programme

48. The curriculum content for a non-formal education should be
(a) Elementary
(b) Simple
(c) Flexible
(d) Consistent

49. Face to face communication between two individuals is termed as
(a) Individual Communication
(b) Interpersonal Communication
(c) Mass Communication
(d) Group Communication

50. Cobol is a separate language for
(a) Video text
(b) Electronic e-mail
(c) Computer
(d) Tele Conferencing