Social Work MCQs Questions and Answers

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1. The concept of Child differs according to
(a) Laws
(b) Culture
(c) Society
(d) All of these

2. Historically child welfare was confined to the institution of
(a) Law
(b) Politics
(c) Family
(d) None of these

3. The Child Labour Act in India defines a child as one below the age of
(a) 14 years
(b) 15 years
(c) 16 years
(d) 17 years

4. In Non-Institutional Services, there is scope for
(a) Counseling children
(b) Educating children
(c) Rehabilitating children
(d) All of these

5. The Primary Goal of Child Welfare is to
(a) Provide welfare provisions
(b) To protect children from harm
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

6. Placing children under institutional care is
(a) The first resort for rehabilitating children
(b) The second resort for rehabilitating children
(c) The last resort for rehabilitating children
(d) None of these

7. Early Childhood Care and Education deals with children below the age of
(a) 3 years
(b) 6 years
(c) 14 years
(d) 18 years

8. Early Childhood Care and Education include provisions of
(a) Health
(b) Education
(c) Nutrition
(d) All of these

9. The historical development of child welfare in its real sense can be traced back in
(a) America
(b) England
(c) India
(d) None of these

10. Non-Institutional services provides
(a) Long term shelter provisions for children
(b) Short term shelter provisions for children
(c) Day care services for children
(d) All of these

11. The National Plan of Action for children was formulated in
(a) 1990
(b) 1991
(c) 1992
(d) 1993

12. The historical development of Child Welfare in India can be traced back to the
(a) The Indian Constitution
(b) National Policy for Children
(c) The United Nation’s Convention on the Rights of the Child
(d) None of these.

13. Shelter Homes are
(a) Institutional services
(b) Non-Institutional services
(c) Crisis intervention centers
(d) Child guidance centers

14. Early Child Care and Education provision is in
(a) Article 42
(b) Article 43
(c) Article 44
(d) Article 45

15. Child Welfare means
(a) Charity for children
(b) Philanthropy for children
(c) Government progarmmes for children
(d) All of these

16. Children in India constitutes
(a) 30 per cent of the Indian population
(b) 40 per cent of the Indian population
(c) 50 per cent of the Indian population
(d) 60 per cent of the Indian population

17. Child welfare policy includes provisions and services to assist
(a) Children
(b) Families
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

18. The concept of childhood did not exist before
(a) 1500 AD
(b) 1600 AD
(c) 1700 AD
(d) None of these

19. Provisions of adoption exited in
(a) Ancient Greek Period
(b) Ancient Roman Period
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

20. In Indian tradition different stages of children existed from
(a) Conception to the age of 16 years
(b) Conception to the age of 14 years
(c) Conception to the age of 18 years
(d) None of these

Interview Objective

21. Child exploitation in the 19th century increased as a result of
(a) Colonialism
(b) Industrial Revolution
(c) French Revolution
(d) None of these

22. Foundling Homes were established in the early
(a) 12th Century
(b) 13th century
(c) 14th century
(d) 15th century

23. During Renaissance period unwanted children were placed in
(a) Children Homes
(b) Families
(c) Monasteries
(d) All of these

24. Children’s welfare services were provided by
(a) Ramakrishna Mission
(b) Barhmo Samaj
(c) Arya Samaj
(d) All of these

25. Girl’s Schools during Social Reform Movement in India was first opened by
(a) Jotiba Phule
(b) Raja ram Mohan Roy
(c) Swami Vivekananda
(d) Swami Dayanand

26. Agents of Socialization include
(a) Family
(b) Mass media
(c) Schools
(d) All of these

27. Oedipus Complex is associated with
(a) Pavlov
(b) Piaget
(c) Freud
(d) Mead

28. Oedipal Stage starts from age
(a) 4-5 years
(b) 6-7 years
(c) 8-9 years
(d) None of these

29. Mead’s theory include
(a) Social self
(b) Generalized other
(c) Taking the role of the other
(d) All of these

30. Pre-operational stage in Piaget’s theory involves
(a) Learning by touching
(b) Mastery of language
(c) Mastery of abstract logical notions
(d) None of these

31. Pavlov’s theory is associated with
(a) Conditioning
(b) Egocentricism
(c) Psycho dynamism
(d) All of these

32. According to Piaget, there are
(a) 3 stages of child development
(b) 4 stages of child development
(c) 5 stages of child development
(d) 6 stages of child development

33. Erikson is associated with
(a) Cognitive Development
(b) Behavioural Psychology
(c) Psychosocial development
(d) None of these

34. According to Mead, there are
(a) 3 stages of child development
(b) 4 stages of child development
(c) 5 stages of child development
(d) 6 stages of child development

35. According to Erikson, during pre-school years a child develops a virtue of
(a) Hope
(b) Will
(c) Purpose
(d) Competence

36. Ego-integrity in Erikson’s theory means
(a) Intimacy and love
(b) Identity
(c) Acceptance of life
(d) None of these

37. Elizabeth Hurlock is associated with
(a) Reversal psychology
(b) Developmental psychology
(c) Behavioral psychology
(d) Experimental psychology

38. Nurture relates to
(a) Environment
(b) Biology
(c) Genetic
(d) None of these

39. Socialization
(a) Ends when one reaches old age
(b) Is a lifelong process
(c) Ends when one reaches adulthood
(d) None of these

40. Piaget is associated with
(a) Cognitive development
(b) Psychosocial development
(c) Developmental psychology
(d) Behavioral psychology

41. Socio-biology is a term that explains
(a) Application of sociological principles in explaining biology
(b) Application of biological principles in explaining social activities
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

42. Child Development refers to
(a) Biological Development
(b) Psychological Development
(c) Emotional Development
(d) All of these

43. Pre- natal Environment can be effected by
(a) Smoking
(b) Family structure
(c) Climate and change
(d) None of these

44. Growth means
(a) Increase in quality
(b) Increase in quantity
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

45. Embryonic period starts from
(a) 1-4 weeks
(b) 3-8 weeks
(c) 4-9 weeks
(d) 1- 12 weeks

46. Post Natal period includes
(a) Germinal period
(b) Fetal Period
(c) Childhood
(d) None of these

47. The characteristics of development includes
(a) It halts at puberty
(b) It is not predictable
(c) It is a result of experience and maturation
(d) None of these

48. Development is
(a) Both quantitative and qualitative
(b) Only qualitative
(c) Not a lifelong process
(d) All of these

49. Social Development means
(a) Development in health
(b) Development in social behavior and attitude
(c) Development in society
(d) All of these

50. Mental Development includes
(a) Development of perception
(b) Development of concepts
(c) Development of language
(d) All of these