Science Questions For CTET Exam: 6th August 2018


Today, we are providing you the Science Questions, which help you to command over this subjects.Taught many interesting science facts and information and add some fun in a science teaching learning process.This section is not only important for CTET exam but also for other TET Exam i.e UPTET, PTET, REET, DSSSB Exam etc. So, we will provide you the questions which will help you in preparing for Exam. 

Q1. The image of an object formed by a device is always virtual and small. The device in question is a 
(a) concave lens
(b) concave mirror
(c) convex lens
(d) glass plate

Q2. A person standing in front of a mirror finds his image thinner but with normal height. The mirror in question is
(a) concave and spherical 
(b) convex and spherical 
(c) convex and cylindrical with axis vertical 
(d) convex and cylindrical with axis horizontal 

Q3. Which of the following is responsible for the colour of our eyes?
(a) Iris 
(b) Pupil
(c) Cornea
(d) Rods

Q4. Focal length of the eye lens which enables us to see the object at varying distances, is controlled and changed by
(a) retina 
(b) ciliary muscles 
(c) choroid
(d) vitreous humour

Q5. Which of the following is not the case with the image formed by plane mirror?
(a) It is erect
(b) It is virtual
(c) It is diminished
(d) It is at the same distance as the object

Q6. A man cannot see an object distinctly at a distance less than 1 m. He is suffering from 
(a) astigmatism 
(b) distortion
(c) myopia
(d) hypermetropia

Q7. The number of oscillations per second is measured in 
(a) metre
(b) per metre
(c) hertz
(d) decible

Q8. Loudness of sound is proportional to 
(a) frequency
(b) amplitude
(c) Both (a) and (b)
(d) Neither (a) nor (b)

Q9. SONAR is used for
(a) measuring distance, direction and velocity of objects in water
(b) measuring distance, direction and velocity of objects in air
(c) measuring distance and direction of objects in water
(d) measuring direction and velocity of objects in air

Q10. When a loud sound is produced in an empty hall, the same sound is heard again after some time. What is this phenomenon called?
(a) Reflection
(b) Echo
(c) Shrillness
(d) None of these

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