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1. Which of the following describes a mental benefit of Physical Activity ?
(A) Enhancing body shape
(B) Understanding of rules
(C) Relieving stress-tension
(D) Developing friendship

2. Plato is referred to as the father of :
(A) Idealism
(B) Realism
(C) Pragmatism
(D) Naturalism

3. An activity which is voluntary, separate, uncertain, economical and rule governed is called :
(A) Game
(B) Play
(C) Sport
(D) recreation

4. Man’s most potent socialization process is :
(A) social interaction
(B) social courtesy
(C) social visits
(D) social understandings

5. Which of the following city has no regional centre of National Institute of Sports ?
(A) Bengaluru
(B) Lucknow
(C) Patiala
(D) Kolkata

6. Locomotion and heat production are the functions of this system :
(A) skeletal system
(B) muscular system
(C) respiratory system
(D) cardiovascular system

7. Which of the following is known as the trunk line of nervous system ?
(A) Synapse
(B) Hypothalamus
(C) Gangalia
(D) spinal cord

8. The integration of electrical activity, muscle contraction, and change in volume, pressure and flow are integral components of :
(A) cardiac output
(B) single cardiac cycle
(C) cardiac hypertrophy
(D) stroke volume

9. In hypoxia, too little oxygen reaches the :
(A) Brain cell
(B) Heart
(C) Tissue
(D) Lungs

10. Food or food component which improves the capability of an athlete to enhance his performance is called :
(A) Ergogenic aids
(B) Diuretics
(C) Beta blockers
(D) Anabolic steroids

11. Following are the direct physiological consequences of warm-down activities following vigorous physical activity except :
(A) Prevention of blood pooling in the legs
(B) Increasing the rate of lactic acid removal
(C) Promotion of reduction of cholesterol in the blood
(D) Reducing the risk of cardiac irregularities

12. The maximal amount of air that is ventilated in a single inspiratory expiratory cycle is called :
(A) tidal volume
(B) inspiratory reserve volume
(C) vital capacity
(D) expiratory reserve volume

13. If a body is about to have a free fall, it will accelerate every second at :
(A) 64 ft/sec
(B) 90 ft/sec
(C) 32 ft/sec
(D) 24 ft/sec

14. When centrifugal and centripetal forces balance each other, then the hammer will :
(A) Slow down
(B) Move faster
(C) Remain in rotation
(D) Not move at all

15. Which of the following is not an example of static balance ?
(A) Standing in place on a balance beam
(B) Maintaining a handstand position
(C) Skipping across a gymnasium
(D) Performing hula hoop for 3 seconds

16. Newton’s third law of motion is called :
(A) Law of action and reaction
(B) Law of inertia
(C) Law of momentum
(D) Law of gravity

17. Learning about sport rules, tradition and history falls under the following domain of learning :
(A) Affective
(B) Cognitive
(C) Psychomotor
(D) Associative

18. Peak performance in sports demands this level of arousal :
(A) Minimum
(B) Maximum
(C) Optimal
(D) High

19. Practice of and perfection in a motor skill is basically a function of :
(A) observation process
(B) insight process
(C) conditioning process
(D) trial and error process

20. A holistic approach to injury rehabilitation emphasizes healing in :
(A) both mind and body
(B) only the mind
(C) only the body
(D) only the injury

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21. Purposefully developed plans for the transaction of curriculum content is called :
(A) Programming
(B) Teaching
(C) Planning
(D) Instruction

22. The elementary school curriculum should stress on :
(A) Movement education
(B) Skill education
(C) Fun education
(D) Fitness education

23. The most obvious role for physical education teachers should be :
(A) Event manager
(B) NCC officer
(C) Director cultural activities
(D) Teaching

24. The type of practice used in teaching an open skill is usually :
(A) Fixed practice
(B) Massed practice
(C) Variable practice
(D) Distributed practice

25. Which of the following is not a risk factor in cardio-vascular disease ?
(A) Physical activity
(B) Overweight
(C) High fat diet
(D) Heredity

26. Carboloading used by athletes means :
(A) Spending energy during physical workout
(B) Generating energy per unit of time
(C) Getting energy from blood
(D) Storing energy in muscles

27. The technical term used for a pear shaped individual is :
(A) Gynoid
(B) Android
(C) Hyoid
(D) Sphenoid

28. The term ‘wellness’ means :
(A) Active lifestyle
(B) Optimal health and vitality
(C) Absence of disease
(D) Physical fitness

29. Following the training principle of specificity a good cyclist must :
(A) squat with heavy load
(B) continuously run
(C) only cycling
(D) train at high altitudes

30. Which of the following statements is false ?
(A) Strength training increases muscle tone
(B) Strength training increases risk of injuries
(C) Strength training increases performance
(D) Strength training increases muscle mass

31. The maximum heart rate that should characterize students’ exercise for health related fitness in physical education class is :
(A) 25-40% of maximum heart rate
(B) 40-60% of maximum heart rate
(C) 60-85% of maximum heart rate
(D) 85-100% of maximum heart rate

32. The ability to transfer energy swiftly into force :
(A) Speed
(B) Strength
(C) Agility
(D) Power

33. A factor that could affect the relationship between the independent and dependent variables, but that is not included or controlled is called,
(A) Extraneous variable
(B) Controlled variable
(C) Intervening variable
(D) Independent variable

34. A possible shortcoming or influence that cannot be controlled by the investigator is called :
(A) Delimitation
(B) Limitation
(C) Scope
(D) significance

35. Generalisation of results to some larger group is called :
(A) Inference
(B) Conclusion
(C) Results
(D) Recommendation

36. A statistical technique to assess differences between two groups is :
(A) t-test
(B) Correlation

37. Survey method that involves establishing norms for abilities, performances and attitudes is called a :
(A) Normative survey
(B) Historical survey
(C) Market survey
(D) Delphi survey

38. A hypothesis stating no difference is also known as :
(A) Research hypothesis
(B) Statistical hypothesis
(C) Null hypothesis
(D) Alternative hypothesis

39. A standard zigzag course is set up with four cones placed on the corners of a rectangle. The athlete runs a course in the shortest possible time. The test measures :
(A) Power
(B) Aerobic capacity
(C) Agility
(D) Strength

40. A judgement conducted near the end of an instruction or training program is called :
(A) Summative evaluation
(B) Formative evaluation
(C) Continuous evaluation
(D) Spot evaluation

41. AAHPERD Basketball skill test does not include :
(A) Speed spot shooting
(B) Controlled dribble
(C) Defensive movement
(D) Forward pass

42. Spirometer is used to measure :
(A) Lung volumes
(B) Body volume
(C) CO2 volume
(D) O2 volume

43. The following practice alternative would best promote motor learning and safety in pole vaulting :
(A) Whole
(B) Part
(C) Progressive part
(D) Distributed

44. Which of the following activities would require a conditioning component in the lesson plan ?
(A) Javelin throw
(B) Mass Drill
(C) Drill machine
(D) Flag drill

45. ‘Bonus point’ is a term associated with :
(A) Kabaddi
(B) Kho-kho
(C) Wrestling
(D) Boxing

46. Review of decisions is allowed in the games of :
(A) Hockey and football
(B) Cricket and football
(C) Hockey and cricket
(D) Tennis and Badminton

47. (1) ‘‘Now-a-days athletes demand huge amounts of money all over the world in football, baseball, cricket and basketball.’’
(2) From the statement one is able to deduce that players are highly valued in a few selected sports :
(A) (1) is correct but (2) is wrong
(B) Both (1) and (2) are correct
(C) (1) is wrong but (2) is correct
(D) Both (1) and (2) are wrong

48. (1) ‘‘Wellness alone cannot become the central concept underlying life span sport, fitness and physical education.’’
(2) Children need to start at an early age to attend educationally sound programs that emphasize behaviour change.
(A) (1) is correct but (2) is wrong
(B) Both (1) and (2) are correct
(C) (1) is wrong but (2) is correct
(D) Both (1) and (2) are wrong

49. Which of the following countries has influenced the development of Physical Education in the 20th Century ?
(A) United Kingdom
(B) Denmark
(C) U.S.A.
(D) Germany

50. Presently the primary objective of Physical Education is the development of :
(A) Motor fitness
(B) Health related fitness
(C) Character
(D) Personality