PPSC Junior Special Education Teacher (Physically Handicapped) (BS-16) Solved Past Paper 2019

PPSC Junior Special Education Teacher (Physically Handicapped) (BS-16) Solved Past Paper 2019

1. The basic level of extra help is known as:
(A) School action ✓
(B) School interaction
(C) School education
(D) School planning

2. What are the categories of exceptionality with regard to the special children?
(A) Learning disabilities
(B) Mental retardation
(C) Behavioural disorders
(D) All of these ✓

3. Stuttering is a disability of:
(A) Vision
(B) Speech ✓
(C) Hearing
(D) Walking

4. What is meant by labelling in special education?
(A) Practice of categorizing individuals ✓
(B) Code for the specific quality of a student
(C) Socializing of the students
(D) Marking and ranking the students

5. Disfluencies occur most often between ages one and:
(A) 3 years
(B) 5 years ✓
(C) 7 years
(D) 9 years

6. Audiology is related to:
(A) Low vision disability
(B) Physical
(C) Mentally retarded
(D) Hearing loss ✓

7. The term “trumpet student” is commonly used for______.
(A) Special education ✓
(B) General education
(C) Both (A) & (B)
(D) None of these

If you use a shortened process of searching for a «ob, it is likely you are rather than maximized in your decision process.
(A) Minimized
(B) Rationalized
(C) Satisfied ✓
(D) Agreed

9. If there are issues containing information that is ambiguous or incomplete, such as what kind of technology to purchase, these are known as problems.
(A) Poorly Structured ✓
(B) Variable
(C) Random
(D) Hit-and-miss

10. Which one of the following is a sum total of habits, traits and characteristics of an individual?
(A) Crowd
(B) Sub-group
(C) Personality ✓
(D) Attitude

11. When a customer calls and requests a refund for a partial month’s usage of cable, the fact that such situations are routine and most likely have a standard response would make the response a decision.
(A) Standard
(B) Routine
(C) Policy
(D) Programmed ✓

12. Sometimes, a person follows a sequential steps for responding to a structured problem.
(A) Rule
(B) Desired
(C) Procedure ✓
(D) Suggestion

13. Departmentalization is based on territory or physical location.
(A) Functional
(B) Product
(C) Geographic ✓
(D) Matrix

14. During , orthoptists, ophthalmologists and optometrists typically use a cover test to aid in the diagnosis of strabismus.
(A) Neurological examination
(B) Rinne test examination  ✓
(C) Eye
(D) Weber test

15. A person whose visual acuity is or less in the better eye after the best possible correction with glasses or contact lenses is considered legal blind.
(A) 20/200 ✓
(B) 25/200
(C) 30/200
(D) 40/200

16. UNESCO has as one of its many promising activities, a campaign to provide—
(A) Education for all adults of the member nations ✓
(B) Universal, free, compulsory primary education
(C) Free education to those who desires it
(D) Indoctrination against the dangers of communism

17. Suppose a child has hearing impairment but you have no idea about him. What will be your duty towards the child ?
(A) Recognise the child and manage accordingly ✓
(B) You become neutral because it is not your headache
(C) You send him to specialist for treatment
(D) You report to teachers, parents and principal to send him to a special school

18. A student belongs to a very poor family. The student, therefore, is unable to pay tuition fee for private coaching but he is eager to get some of his problems solved. What provision will you make for the student?
(A) Give extra time to him ✓
(B) Refuse to solve his problems as you have no spare time
(C) Creating a terror in him
(D) Not giving the ears to his request

19. Disruption of the endolymph due to jerky movements (like spinning around or driving over bumps while riding in a car) can cause:
(A) Motion sickness ✓
(B) Seasickness
(C) Decompression sickness
(D) Airsickness

20. The inner ear consists of the__ and several non-auditory structures.
(A) Endolymph
(B) Auditory system
(C) Cochlear nerve
(D) Cochlea ✓

21. All of the following are types of medical technologies for deaf and hard-of-hearing persons except:
(A) Captions ✓
(B) In-the-canal (FTC) hearing aids
(C) Digital hearing aids
(D) Cochlear implants

22. The most common known cause of deafness is
(A) Prematurity
(B) Heredity and genetics ✓
(C) Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
(D) Trauma

23. A child with a mild hearing loss has a hearing loss of approximately (in decibels)
(A) 55 dB
(B) 90 dB
(C) 40 dB ✓
(D) 30 dB

24. How can teachers accommodate inclusive environments for deaf and hard-of-hearing students?
(A) Exaggerate lip movements
(B) When signing or speaking, stand near a light source such as a window
(C) Articulate clearly, but not louder ✓
(D) Use a blackboard instead of an overhead projector

25. Complete ossification of labyrinth occurs by:
(A) 12 weeks
(B) 23 weeks ✓
(C) 28 weeks
(D) 26 weeks

26. Interference with or infection of the labyrinth can result in a syndrome of ailments called:
(A) Otitis
(B) Meningitis
(C) Labyrinthitis ✓
(D) Mastoiditis

27. The anatomical position is characterized by all of the following except:
(A) palms facing posterior ✓
(B) thumbs pointing laterally
(C) face pointing anteriorly
(D) body standing upright

28. Another term for pars flaccida is:
(A) pars tensa
(B) tympanic membrane
(C) eustachian tube
(D) Shrapnell's membrane ✓

29. Which is 4 symptom of a balance disorder?
(A) Chest pain
(B) Feeling of falling ✓
(C) Earache
(D) All of the above

30. In terms of their anatomy, auditory nerve fibers are bipolar, with the most distal portion being called the peripheral process and the central projection being called the these two projections are also known as the peripheral axon and the central axon.
(A) Nervous system
(B) Neuron
(C) Schwann cell
(D) Axon ✓

31. The lining of tympanic cavity is , called:
(A) tectorial membrane
(B) mucous membrane ✓
(C) basilar membrane
(D) stria vascularis

32. Which of these parts of the body plays a key role in balance?
(A) Labyrinth ✓
(B) Pituitary gland
(C) Liver
(D) Lungs

33. The footplate rests in the:
(A) Round window
(B) Square window
(C) Oval window
(D) Tympanic membrane ✓

34. The lowest level of learning in affective domain is:
(A) Responding
(B) Valuing
(C) Attending ✓
(D) Organization

35. Which is placed at the highest level of learning in affective domain:
(A) Attending
(B) Responding
(C) Organization
(D) Characterization ✓

36. The idea that Basic Education is education through crafts:
(A) True as far as the rural areas are concerned
(B) The whole truth of the schemes
(C) The complete truth even for urban areas
(D) True to some extent only because the concept is deeper ✓

37. The term prejudice in a person is coloured by:
(A) A hasty judgement about a situation with an unfavourable judgement ✓
(B) Judgement and assessment ol a situation without any favoritism
(C) Partial observation and acquaintance of a situation without any motives
(D) Pre-judgement of a situation with a view to settle a conflict in haste

38. Suppose you are teaching in a minority college where casteism and narrow mindedness victimize you, for better adjustment there you should:
(A) Uplift the humanistic values beyond these narrow walls and develop scientific temper in your students ✓
(B) Rebel against such attitudes as it is against the norms of the Indian society
(C) Be submissive there and save your job at all costs
(D) None of the above

39. The standard deviation of a statistic is called:
(A) The standard error ✓
(B) The sampling error
(C) Aquartile
(D) A confidence interval

40. Which of the following is a constitutive definition of self esteem?
(A) One’s score on the Copper smith Self Esteem Inventory
(B) The value one places on his or her self
(C) The number of times per hour the subject makes a statement of self-worth ✓
(D) All of the above

41. A hypothesis can be described as:
(A) A hunch
(B) A wild guess
(C) A type of statement made by researcher when they are attempting to get funding for their research
(D) A prediction of some sort regarding the possible outcomes of a study ✓

42. Someone eventually finds a problem that has no cut-and-dry solution. The problem is unique and will never occur again. This problem is referred to as:
(A) Flexible
(B) Programmed
(C) Adaptable
(D) Non-programmed ✓ 

43. When we classify managers according to their level in the organization, they are described as:
(A) Functional, staff and line managers
(B) Top managers, middle managers and supervisors ✓
(C) High level and lower level managers
(D) General managers and administrative managers

44. All of the following are primary management functions except:
(A) Setting goals
(B) Hiring employees ✓
(C) Monitoring
(D) Motivating activities employees

45. Many business school professors make use of the case method of teaching in which students are asked to solve various types of business problems. Which managerial skills are most likely to be developed using this teaching method?
(A) Diagnostic and intellectual
(B) Conceptual and  interpersonal
(C) Diagnostic and analytical ✓
(D) Technical and Interpersonal

46. Early theories about how individuals make decisions were based on the concept of:
(A) Utilitarian philosophy
(B) Action man
(C) Economic man ✓
(D) Attentive man

47. A manager is someone who:
(A) Actually performs the service or produces the product
(B) Works anonymously behind the scenes
(C) Sets the goals of  the organization ✓
(D) Who supervises the work of others

48. The concept of power refers to:
(A) Defined authority and responsibility organization
(B) A relative hierarchical  position in an
(C) The ability to influence the behavior of others ✓
(D) The specialized knowledge possessed by an individual

49. From management point of view, human relations are very important because they contribute to:
(A) Organizational effectiveness ✓
(B) Equality among the workers
(C) High turnover employees
(D) Control over of employees

50. You have to be motivated and establish goals to:
(A) Achieve success in your career and personal life
(B) Improve the quality of life
(C) Influence others to get things accomplished
(D) All of the  given options ✓

51. Which of the following statements about middle managers is not true?
(A) Middle managers coordinate the work of supervisors
(B) Middle managers  implement the  objectives  and plans of top management
(C) The number of middle managers in the most organizations is increasing ✓ 
(D) Operatives can report directly to middle managers

52. Which of the following is ✓are true about organizational communication?
(A) Keep workers informed about what is going on in the organization
(B) Help ensure that workers are knowledgeable about the organization’s policies and practices
(C) Operations are overt
(D) Focus on employees ✓ 

53. ______ are responsible for carrying out the decisions and objectives that are developed by middle level managers.
(A) Operatives
(B) First-line supervisors
(C) Functional managers
(D) Both (A) and (B) ✓ 

54. The difference between intended and ______ meaning is called misunderstanding.
(A) Pure
(B) Dictionary
(C) Superficial
(D) Perceived ✓

55.  is not an example of a title of a middle manager.
(A) First-line ✓
(B) District manager
(C) Superficial
(D) Divisional manager

56. Strategic organizational issues related to employee compensation include all of the following except:
(A) Whether to emphasize seniority or performance
(B) How to handle salary compression
(C) Whether employees should be paid weekly, biweekly, or monthly
(D) Who should distribute pay  checks to  employees ✓

57. Which of the following roles is categorized as a decisional role?
(A) Monitor
(B) Disseminator
(C) Resource allocator ✓ 
(D) Leader

58. A vertical thinker looks for one best solution to a problem. In contrast, seeks to find many possible solutions to a problem.
(A) Lateral thinker ✓
(B) Intellectual
(C) Emotionally intelligent person
(D) Scholar

59. A universally accepted model of what a successful manager looks like would be described as:
(A) One who practices the four universal processes or functions
(B) One who  executes all of the roles in a professional manner ✓
(C) One who skills at high levels
(D) There is no possesses all universally management accepted model of a successful manager

60. All of the following are the characteristics of Type A personality except:
(A) Timeconscious
(B) Easy-going ✓
(C) Competitive
(D) Fast moving

61. Income that is saved and not invested is known as:
(A) Capital
(B) Deposit ✓
(C) Hoarding
(D) None of these

62. European Union consists of:
(A) 20 members
(B) 28 members ✓
(C) 30 members
(D) 25 members

63. KGB was the national security agency of:
(A) Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia
(B) UK
(C) Ukraine
(D) Soviet Union ✓

64. Who was the surgeon who pioneered antiseptic surgery in 1865?
(A) Edward Jenner
(B) Joseph Lister ✓
(C) Henry William
(D) John Sleeman

65. “Stare decisis” is essentially the doctrine of:
(A) National security
(B) Precedent ✓
(C) Strategic depth
(D) Rule of law

66. Which country is the largest producer of platinum?
(A) South Africa ✓
(C) Russia
(D) Canada

67. The country traditionally known for its neutrality?
(A) Sweden
(B) Switzerland ✓
(C) France
(D) China

68. Which is the sport most commonly associated with Spain?
(A) Football
(B) Bull Fighting ✓
(C) Archery
(D) Baseball

69. London is situated on the bank of river?
(A) Tyne
(B) Seine
(C) Thames ✓
(D) Cam

70. Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar had started publishing his famous English Newspaper “Comrade” from the year:
(A) 1911 ✓
(B) 1913
(C) 1922
(D) 1925

71. What was the significances of 21st Annual Session of All India Muslim League?
(A) Quaid-i-Azam presented Fourteen Points
(B) Allama Iqbal delivered Allahabad Address ✓
(C) Lahore Resolution was passed
(D) Quaid-i-Azam was elected as permanent President of All India Muslim League

72. Which of the following leaders helped Quaid-i-Azam in the preparation of his Fourteen Points in 1929?
(A) Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar ✓
(B) Maulana Shaukat Ali
(C) Liaquat Ali Khan
(D) Maulana Hasrat Mohani

73. Under Gandhi-lrwin Pact of 5th March 1931, it was decided that:
(A) The System of Dyarchy will be abolished
(B) The System of Separate Electorate will be retained for the Muslims
(C) Congress will represent low caste Hindus in the elected bodies
(D) The Congress will call off its Civil Disobedience Movement ✓

74. In the Provincial Elections of 1937, All India Muslim League won largest number of seats in the:
(A) United Provinces (UP) ✓
(B) Sindh Province
(C) Punjab Province
(D) Central Provinces (CP)

75. First telecom company in Pakistan to successfully deploy and cross the 10,000 4G sites mark in October 2018.
(A) Mobilink
(B) Telenor
(C) Zong ✓
(D) Ufone

76. in its 2018 Freedom on the Internet report, the democracy watchdog Freedom House scored Pakistan  out of 100.
(A) 53
(B) 63
(C) 73 ✓
(D) 83

77. UN report highlight that Pakistan’s only  of children were getting a minimal acceptable diet.
(A) 10%
(B) 6%
(C) 8%
(D) 4% ✓

78. Which Country protested over bus service between Pakistan and China?
(A) Afghanistan
(B) India ✓
(C) America
(D) Bangladesh

79. Which two countries offered asylum to Aasia Bibi?
(A) USA and UK
(B) France and Spain ✓
(C) Canada and Mexico
(D) Germany and Belgium

80. Aasia Bibi was accused of committing blasphemy in
(A) June 2009 ✓
(B) November 2010
(C) October 2014
(D) July 2015

81. Identify the last Ghazwa in which the Holy Prophet (PBUH) participated.
(A) Tabuk ✓
(B) Hunain
(C) Motah
(D) Ahzab

82. The police force by the name of “ash-shurta” was set up to maintain law and order in the Islamic state during the caliphate of:
(A) Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddique (May Allah bless him)
(B) Hazrat Umer e Farooq (May Allah bless him) ✓
(C) Hazrat Usman Ghani (May Allah bless him)
(D) Hazrat Ali (May Allah bless him)

83. Under the Islamic law of inheritance, what would be the share of the wife from husbands’s property in the presence of children?
(A) Half
(B) One third
(C) One fourth
(D) One eighth ✓

84. Identify the Muslim ruler who introduced jail system for detention of prisoners.
(A) Hazrat Abu Bakr (May Allah bless him)
(B) Hazrat Umer (May Allah bless him) ✓
(C) Hazrat Umer bin Abdul Aziz (May Allah bless him)
(D) Walid bin Abdul Malik (May Allah bless him)

85. Identify the Muslim ruler who instituted the Islamic Calendar from the year of the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) migration to Madina.
(A) Hazrat Abu Bakr (May Allah bless him)
(B) Hazrat Umer (May Allah bless him) ✓
(C) Abdul Malik
(D) Hazrat Umer bin Abdul Aziz (May Allah bless him)

86. Which Prophet of Allah is dignified with special title, “Khalil-Ullah” (Friend of Allah)?
(A) Hazrat Adam (A.S.)
(B) Hazrat Noah (A.S.)
(C) Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S.) ✓
(D) Hazrat Isa (A.S.)

87. Man is still a  in the labour market.
(A) glut
(B) possibility
(C) commodity ✓
(D) provision

88. Only a team work in the country can a change in the existing circumstances.
(A) Hang about
(B) Bring about ✓
(C) Back out of
(D) Carried away by

89. I think is used to be a good school but it has been  for twenty years or so.
(A) Look to one’s laurels (to be contented on past achievements)
(B) Play fast and loose
(C) Rest on one’s laurels ✓
(D) A fool’s paradise

90. He is looking for someone to offer, her glamorous well paid and undemanding job, but I think he is
(A) A happy medium
(B) Cry for the moon (to want or ask something which is impossible to get) ✓
(C) Happy go lucky
(D) Hard boiled

91. he says he will get a well-paid job but I think it is just
(A) A happy medium
(B) A lame duck
(C) Pie in the sky (something good promised in future but one is not likely to get) ✓
(D) Cheek by jowl

92. The factory workers’ decision to strike was for factory owners.
(A) A smash hit
(B) A smack in the eye (an insult or re buff)  ✓
(C) Cut down to size
(D) Pie in the sky

93. In their search for artifacts, archaeologists are often not because a suspected site is remote and isolated but because it is:
(A) Misled, verified
(B) Undeterred, unearthed
(C) Venerated, sacred
(D) Frustrated, urbanized ✓

94. No sooner had the meeting ended  the crowd dispersed.
(A) When
(B) Just then
(C) Than ✓
(D) Immediately

95. Which of the following is not necessary for a stand alone computer?
(B) Hard Disk
(C) Operating System
(D) LAN Card ✓

96. What is the term used to denote the unauthorized and illegal accessing of computer programs, often with criminal intent?
(A) Virus
(B) Plagiarism
(C) Hacking ✓
(D) Breach

97. Hard disk in a computer is a/an ?
(A) Output Device
(B) Processor
(C) Software
(D) Storage Device ✓

98. A set of instructions that operates various parts of the Computer Hardware is called?

(A) Hardware Manager
(B) Device
(C) Software ✓

99. مولانا جلال الدین رومی کا مزار قونیہ میں ہے۔ قونیہ کس ملک کا شہر ہے؟
(A) شام
(B) ترکی ✓
(C) عراق
(D) ایران

100. درج ذیل شعر کس کا ہے؟
جو رکے تو کوہ گراں تھے ہم جو چلے تو جاں سے گزر گئے
رہ یار ہم نے قدم قدم تجھے یادگار بنا دیا

(A) احمد ندیم قاسمی
(B) حفیظ جالندھری
(C) حبیب جالب
(D) فیض احمد فیض   ✓

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