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M.Ed.

EXAMINATION
PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :a) What is the Normative Function of Philosophy of Education ?
b) What is the nature of Knowledge according to Existentialist thought ?
c) What is Dialectical Approach to the acquisition of knowledge ?
d) What are the similarities between methods of Teaching as advocated by
Dewey and Gandhi ?
e) What is the core theme or the core message of Bhagwadgita ?
SECTION I
Que. 2: What is Realism ? Explain the nature of knowledge , values, aims of
education , curricula and methods of Teaching according to Realism ?
Que. 3: What is Vedanta ? What is the difference between Advaita and
Vashishtadvaita ? Specify the goals of life, aims of education and methods of
imparting instruction according to Vedanta Philosophy ?
SECTION II

Que. 4 Discuss briefly the nature of values as conceived by Buddhism and Jainism
. How far this set of values conform to the values as advocated in Bhagwadgita ?
Que. 5 Discuss the contribution made by any one of the following Philosophers to
the field of Educational thought:1. Plato 2. Kant

3. Sri Aurobindo 4. Vivekananda.


SECTION-III

6. Examine critically the nature and composition of Society and Social


Organization . Specify the salient characteristics of Social Organization.
Que. 7 What is culture ? What is the difference between Material culture and
Ideational Culture ? How does Education facilitate salient cultural change ?
SECTION-IV
Que.8 What do you mean by Equality of Educational Opportunity ? What role
does education play in reducing the inequalities of Indian social system ?
Que. 9 Can Education for national integration and international understanding
be imparted simultaneously in a school ? Suggest ways and means of imparting
education for international understanding in our schools.

M.Ed. EXAMINATION Year 2012


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
COMPULSORY QUESTION
Que.1 Answer in a paragraph each of the following:a) Explain Vashishtadvaita.
b) Benefits of Yoga
c) Concept of man.
d) Need of International Understanding.
e) Social Startification.
UNIT-I
Que. 2 Give the meaning of Philosophy and discuss the relationship between
Education and Philosophy.
Que. 3 Explain Sankhya School of thought in the light of present circumstances.
UNIT-II
Que. 4 (a) Explain the contribution of Plato.
(b) Explain the Educational Philosophy of Swami Vivekananda.

Que.5 Enlist the national values as enshrined in Indian Constitution and explain
their educational implications.
UNIT-III
Que. 6 What do you mean by Social Organisation ? Explain the factors affecting
social organization.
Que. 7 Give the meaning of Culture. Explain the preservative and transmitive role
of education in culture.
UNIT-IV
Que. 8 Explain the education as a socialization process and as a process of Social
progress and change.

M.Ed. EXAMINATION June 2012


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
COMPULSORY QUESTION
Que.1 Answer in a paragraph each of the following:a) Explain the Normative functions of Philosophy.
b) Benefits of Yoga
c) Social Stratification
d) Education as a process of change
e) National integration
UNIT-I
Que. 2 Explain speculative and analytical foundations of Education.
Que. 3 Explain Sankhya school of Thought in the present day circumstances.
UNIT-II
Que. 4(a) Discuss the contribution of Dewey in Education.
(b) Explain Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo.

Que. 5 Discuss the educational implications of the National values enshrined in


Indian Constitution.
UNIT-III
Que.6 Give the meaning of Sociology of Education and Educational Sociology.
Explain the difference between two.
Que. 7 Explain the meaning of Culture. Discuss the role of education in cultural
change.
UNIT-IV
Que.8 Explain socialization as a Process of Change.
Que.9 Discuss gender inequality in Indian Social setup. How can the education
help in overcoming this meance ?

M.Ed. EXAMINATION 2011


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :A. What is epistemology ?
B. What is Positive Realism ?
C. What is the nature of reality according to Sankhya School of Indian
Philosophy ?
D. Whay do we have inequalities in Indian society ?
E. What is social stratification ?
SECTION-I
Que. 2 Discuss the nature and functions of Philosophy of Education.
Que. 3 What is Pragmatism ? Trace the impact of this school of Philosophy on the
present day curricular content in schools and methods of imparting educational
instruction in schools.
SECTION-II

Que.4 Critically discuss the four noble truths and eight-fold path as enunciated
by Buddhism school of Indian Philosophy. How does this school of thought lay the
foundations of secular and scientific system of value based Education ?
Que.5 Explain briefly the educational vision of Sri Aurobindo Ghosh with special
references to his contribution to the domain of cosmic evaluation of man and idea
of global village.
SECTION-III
Que. 6 Critically examine the nature of Sociology of Education. How it is different
from Educational Sociology ? Explain briefly the nature of social organization.
Que. 7 What is the meaning of Culture ? Discuss the role of Education in the
preservation, transmission and enrichment of culture.
SECTION-IV
Que. 8 Is Education a social system ? Explain the role of Education in the process
of social change and social progress.
Que.9 Write an essay on any one of the following themes:(a)

Education for Democracy

(b)

Excellence in Education and equality of Educational Opportunity

(c)

Implications of making Education as a Fundamental Right.

(d)

Education for developing cosmopolitan outlook and international


understanding.

M.Ed. EXAMINATION DEC. 2011


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :a) What is the nature of Knowledge according to the Existentialist thought ?
b) What is the normative function of Philosophy of Education ?
c) What is the Dialectical Approach to the acquisition of knowledge ?
d) What are the similarities between methods of teaching as advocated by
Gandhi and Dewey ?
e) What is the core theme /message of Bhagawad Gita.
SECTION-I
Que. 2 What is Realism ? Explain the nature of knowledge , values, aims of
education, curricula and methods of Teaching according to Realism .
Que. 3 What is Vedanta ? What is difference between Advaita and
Vishishtadvaita ? Specify the goals of life, aims of education and methods of
imparting instruction according to Vedanta Philosophy.
SECTION-II

Que. 4 Briefly discuss the nature of values as conceived by Buddhism and Jainism.
How far this set of values conform to the values as advocated in Bhagwadgita
and Islam ?
Que.5 Discuss the contribution made by any one of the following Philosophers to
the field of Educational Thought:a) Kant
b) Plato
c) Sri Aurobindo
d) Vivekananda
SECTION-III
Que. 6 Examine critically the nature and composition of Society and Social
Organization. Specify the salient characteristics of Social Organization.
Que.7 What is culture ? What is the difference between Material culture and
Ideational Culture ? How does Education facilitate salient cultural change ?
SECTION-IV
Que.8 What do you mean by Equality of Educational Opportunity ? What role
does education play in reducing the inequalities in Indian Social System ?
Que.9 Can Education for National integration and International understanding be
imparted simultaneously in a school ? Suggest ways and means of imparting
education for international understanding in our schools.

M.Ed. EXAMINATION Dec. 2010


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :a) Explain Doctrine.
b) Explain Vashishtadvaita
c) Benefits of Yoga
d) A global Perspective
e) Explain Social Progress.
SECTION-I
Que. 2 What is the relation of Education Philosophy ? Explain Educational
Philosophy with suitable examples.
Que. 3 Explain Sankhya school of Thought in the light of present circumstances.
SECTION-II
Que. 4 What do you mean by Buddhism Education ? Write its relevance to the
modern world .
Que. 5 (a) Explain contribution of Pluto.

(b) Explain philosophy of Sri Aurobindo


SECTION-III
Que. 6 What do you mean by Social organization ? Write factors effecting social
organization .
Que. 7 What do you mean by Culture ? Explain its impact on different religions.
SECTION-IV
Que.8 What is Social System ? Is there need of social system in the society?
Explain.
Que. 9 Explain Equality and Equity. What is the role of both( equality and equity)
in growing the society.

M.Ed. EXAMINATION
PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :a) Explain Normative Functions of Philosophy.
b) Benefits of Yoga
c) Social Stratification
d) Education as a process of change
e) National Integration
UNIT-I
Que. 2 Explain Speculative and Analytical foundations of Education.
Que. 3 Explain Sankhya school of Thought in the present day circumstances.
UNIT-II
Que.4 (a) Discuss contributions of Dewey in Education.
(b) Explain Philosophy of Sri Aurobindo.
Que. 5 Discuss the educational implications of the National Values enshrined in
Indian Constitution.

UNIT-III
Que. 6 Give the meaning of Sociology of Education and Educational Sociology.
Explain the difference between the two.
Que. 7 Explain the meaning of Culture . Discuss the role of education in cultural
change.
UNIT-IV
Que. 8 Explain Socialisation as a process of Progress and Change.
Que.9 Discuss gender inequality in Indian social setup. How can education help
in overcoming this meance ?

M.Ed. EXAMINATION 2013


PHILOSOPHICAL AND SOCIOLOGICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION
Time: 3 Hours

Maximum Marks: 80

The candidate shall limit their answers precisely within the answer- book (40
Pages) issued to them and no supplementary / continuation sheet will be issued.
Note: Attempt five questions in all. Select one question from each and Question
No. 1 which is compulsory .All questions carry equal marks.
Que. 1 Answer the paragraph each of the following :I.

How far Idealistic education may be applied in the present Indian


Conditions ?

II.

Knowledge according to the Scientific inquiry.

III.

Aim of Education according to Marxism.

IV.

Distinction between Education Sociology and Sociology of Education.


SECTION-I

Que. 2 Define Educational Philosophy. What are the foundations of Philosophy ?


Compare Pragmatism and Realism Philosophy with respect to metaphysics ,
epistemology and axiology .
Que. 3 Explain the Education given by Buddhism. Do you think that Educational
Thoughts as advocated by the Philosophy of Existentialism can be helpful in the
present day classroom situation ? Comment.
SECTION-II

Que. 4 What are the Educational Implications of Yoga Philosophy in the present
scenario ? Explain the educational provision given by Indian Constitution.
Or
Que. 5 (a) Contribution of M.K. Gandhi in the field of Education.
(b) What do you mean by concept of integrated education. Explain in detail.
SECTION-III
Que. 6 What is the meaning of Social Organisation ? Explain its characteristics.
How Education can be more effective in the process of socialization ?
Or
Que. 7 Explain the meaning and nature of culture. How can a teacher play
leading role in bringing a cultural change in the society ?
SECTION-IV
Que. 8 Explain Social Stratification. Discuss the factors responsible for bringing
social change . Is Democracy necessary for Education ?
Or
Que.9 Explain the concept of Equality and Equity. Indicate the inequalities in
Indian Social System. Explain the role of Education in the process of international
understanding.