UPTET 2019 Answer Key – Primary – 8 Jan 2020 Exam

UPTET 2019 Answer Key Paper-1: UPTET 2019 exam has been conducted on 8 January 2020 at various centers in Uttar Pradesh. UPTET 2019 official answer key will be released on January 14, 2020. Till then your favorite educational and government job website Career Vendor brings the preliminary answer key of UP TET 2019 question paper for Set-A, Set-B, Set-C, and Set-D.

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UPTET 2019 Exam Important events UPTET Exam Dates 2019
UPTET exam 08 January, 2020
Release of preliminary answer key 14 January, 2020
Challenging of preliminary answer key 14-17 Jan, 2020
Final answer key 31 January, 2020
Result 07 February, 2020

UPTET 2019 Answer Key Primary – Paper-1 ~ 8 Jan 2020 Exam

UPTET 2019 Primary – Child Development and Teaching Method Question Paper Answer Key

  1. Match the column – A and Column – B
          Column – A                         Column – B
    a. Animal Intelligence                I.  Gestalt
    b. Schedule of reinforcement  II. Piaget
    c. Law of pragnanz                     III. Thorndike
    d. Adaptation                               IV. Skinner
             a           b          c          d
    • II         IV        III        I
    • I           IV        III        II
    • III        IV        I           II
    • II         IV        I           III
  2. “Development is a never ending process” This Statement is related to which principle of development  ?
    • Principle of integration
    • Principle of interaction
    • Principle of continuity
    • Principle of inter relationship
  3. Through which Amendment of Constitution education has become fundamental rights  ?
    • 25th Amendment
    • 86th Amendment
    • 22nd Amendment
    • 52nd Amendment
  4. Instinct Theory of motivation was propounded by
    • Abraham Maslow
    • McDougall
    • William James
    • Simpson
  5. Which of the following stage of development is called as “A unique stage of emotional development” by Cole and Bruce  ?
    • Childhood
    • Infancy
    • Adolescence
    • Adulthood  
  6. Who gave the concept of multiple intelligence ?
    • Spearman
    • Golman
    • Gardner
    • John Mayor
  7. Dyslexia has difficulty in
    • Expressing
    • Reading/ Spelling
    • Speaking
    • Standing
  8. Which of the following is not the role of a teacher in an inclusive classroom ?
    • Teacher should not pay attention to differently abled child
    • Make adequate seating arrangements according to the requirement of the child
    • Teacher should devote extra time to teach learning disabled
    • Teacher should encourage the children
  9. In the class, questioning by students
    • Should be encouraged
    • Should be discouraged
    • Should not be allowed
    • Should be stopped
  10. Growth of a child is mainly related to
    • Social Development
    • Physical Development
    • Moral Development
    • Emotional Development
  11. Which of the following theory is also known as Theory of Reinforcement?
    • Stimulus Response Theory
    • Classical Conditioning Theory 
    • Operant Conditioning Theory
    • Theory of Insight
  12. Which of the following stages is not the part of Bruner’s Cognitive Development Theory ? 
    • Iconic stage 
    • Intuitive stage 
    • Enactive stage 
    • Symbolic stage
  13. Morrison has described five steps in hi, teaching model at understanding level which are
    I. Presentation
    II. Exploration
    III. Organisation 
    IV. Assimilation 
    V.  Recitation 
    The correct sequence is :
    • II, I, IV, III, V 
    • IV, V, III, I, II 
    • I, II, III, IV, V 
    • II, I, III, IV, V 
  14. Which of the following is not related with cognitive domain ?
    • Application 
    • Valuing 
    • Knowledge 
    • Understanding
  15. Which of the following is not the curve of learning ?
    • Combination type
    • Concave
    • Convex 
    • Longitudinal
  16. If a teacher finds a problematic child in the class, what should he does ?
    • Ignore the child 
    • Punish the child
    • Send the child back to home immediately 
    • Provide counselling to the child 
  17. Co-curricular activities are mostly related to
    • All round development of students 
    • Development of educational institutions 
    • Mental development of students
    • Professional development of students
  18. Whom of the following has not propounded the learning theory ?
    • Skinner
    • Kohler 
    • Thorndike 
    • B.S. Bloom
  19. Meaning of stagnation in education is
    • Not going to school by the child
    • Taking not admission in school by the child 
    • Retention of a child in a same class for more than one year 
    • Leave the school by the child
  20. In which of the following skill, testing of previous knowledge comes ? 
    • Skill of introduction 
    • Skill of stimulus-variation
    • Skill of demonstration
    • Skill of closure
  21. Human development starts from
    • pre-childhood stage
    • Pre-natal stage
    • Stage of infancy
    • Post-childhood stage
  22. ‘The Conditions of Learning’ book is written by 
    • B.F. Skinner
    • E.L. Thorndike
    • I.P. Pavlov 
    • R.M. Gagne
  23. “Adolescence is the period of great stress, strain, storm and strike” is the statement of
    • Stanley Hall
    • Jersield
    • Crow & Crow 
    • Simpson
  24. Total time taken in Indian Model of Micro Teaching is
    • 40 minute
    • 36 minute
    • 30 minute
    • 45 minute
  25. “Plateaus of learning are a characteristic feature of the learning process indicating a period where no improvement in performance is made”. Who said this ?
    • Hollingworth
    • Gates and others 
    • Skinner 
    • Ross
  26. ‘Learning is any change in behaviour, resulting from behaviour’ who said it?
    • Guilford
    • Woodworth
    • Crow & Crow
    • Skinner
  27. Match the List – A and List – B.
           List – A                            List – B
    A. Bruner                                I. Basic teaching model
    B. Ausubel                              II. Synectics teaching model
    C. Glasser                                III. Advance organiser teaching model
    D. Gordon                               IV. Concept attainment teaching model
                                                    V. Inquiry teaching model
             a          b          c          d
    • IV        III        II          I
    • IV        III        I           II
    • III        I           II         V
    • I           II         III        V
  28. The first step of problem solving is
    • Identification of problem
    • Data collection
    • Formulation of hypothesis
    • Testing of hypothesis
  29. Learning of children will be most effective when
    • Development of cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain of children will take place
    • Emphasis will be only on reading, writing and mathematical skills
    • Teacher will lead the learning process and keep the children passive
    • Teaching system will be autocratic
  30. Which step is prominent in the syntax of teaching model of memory level and understanding level?
    • Exploration
    • Generalization
    • Planning
    • Presentation

UPTET 8 Jan 2020 Primary Answer Key – English Question Paper

  1. In which of the following sentences is the subject of verb a feminine gender noun ?
    • All the female members have arrived.,
    • All the young men have arrived.
    • All the male members have arrived.
    • All the old men have arrived.
  2. The method of teaching in which the teacher tries to establish a link between the foreign language word and the object without the interference of the learner’s mother tongue is called
    • the direct method
    • the bilingual method
    •  the structural method
    •  the grammar-translation method
  3.  If you are testing your students’ comprehension of written English, you are testing their understanding of what they have just
    • written
    • listened to
    • read
    • spoken
  4. Choose the correct sentence :
    • Please listen to your teacher.
    • Please listen towards your teacher.
    • Please listen your teacher.
    • Please listen of your teacher.
  5.  Find out the correct sentence/sentences
    • I don’t believe him.
    • Both of the above
    • I am not believing him.
    • None of the above
  6. Point out the sentence which is in past perfect tense.
    • He studied many hours everyday.
    • We were listening to the radio all evening.
    • I had written my letter before he arrived.
    • It was getting darker.
  7. Fill in the blanks with the correct article :
    Neil Armstrong was _ first man to walk on _ moon.
    • a, the
    • the, the
    • an, the
    • an, a
  8. Fill in the blank in the following sentence :
    The teacher has been teaching for _ hour.
    • A
    • Two
    • An
    • Three
  9. Add the right suffix to pluralize the word – `Ox’
    • – en
    • – ies
    • – es
    •  – s
  10. Change the word ‘grow’ into a noun by adding one of the suffixes given below.
    • -ing
    • – s
    • – th
    • – n

      Direction: Read the passage given below and answer the Question Nos. 71 and 72 given below. Each question is followed by four answers only one of which is correct. You have to choose that correct answer.
      To forgive an injury is often considered to be a sign of weakness; it is really a sign of strength. It is easy to allow oneself to be carried away by resentment and hate into an act of vengeance but it takes a strong character to restrain those natural passions. The man who forgives an injury proves himself to be superior of the man who wronged him and puts the wrong-doer to shame. Forgiveness may even turn a foe into a friend. So mercy is the noblest form of revenge.
  11. The word strength is a
    •  Common noun
    • Abstract noun
    • Material noun
    • Collective noun
  12.  One who does not take revenge is
    • a weak man
    • a foolish man
    • a strong man
    • a foe

      Direction: Read the following poem and answer the questions set below it. (Question Nos. 73 and 74)
      She dwelt among the untrodden ways
      Beside the spring of Dove ;
      A maid whom there were none to praise
      And very few to love.  

      A violet by mossy stone  
      Half-hidden from the eye!
      Fair as star when only one  
      is shining in the sky
  13. What is the meaning of the word ‘untrodden’?
    • Unexplored
    • Hidden
    • Explored
    • Explicit
  14. Identify the correct figure of speech used in the second stanza.
    • Metaphor
    • Alliteration
    • Pun
    • Simile
  15. Which of the following sentence/sentences is/are correct? 
    (A) There is few hope of his recovery.
    (B) He showed few concern for his nephew.
    (C) He showed little mercy to the vanquished.
    • Only (A)
    • (A), (B) and (C)
    • Only (C)
    • None of the above
  16. Which of the following words is not a co-ordinating conjunction?
    • And
    • If
    • But
    • For
  17.  Fill in the blanks with appropriate prepositions
    His thirst _ knowledge left him no Leisure _ anything else.
    • By, by
    • on, on
    • at, at
    • for, for
  18. The word ‘fast’ in the sentence
    `He is a fast writer’ is
    • a conjunction
    • an adverb
    • a noun
    • an adjective
  19. which of the following is not a simple sentence?
    • I have a very costly book in my house.
    • She reads what she likes.
    • She does not know good manners.
    • He is a man of great knowledge.
  20. The sentence 
    ‘He will be playing the piano in the concert day after tomorrow ‘ is in
    • Future Indefinite Tense
    • Future Imperfect Tense
    • Present Indefinite Tense
    • Future Prefect Continuous Tense
  21. Which of the following alternative is grammatically correct?
    • All these men are gentle.
    • All these man are gentle.
    • All this men are gentle.
    • All these mans are gentle.
  22. Fill in the blank with appropriate preposition:
    He came to me _ midnight.
    • In
    • On
    • At
    • Upon
  23. Which of the following sentence does not have an adjective clause ?
    • The man who is truthful is loved by all.
    • I met him where he lived.
    • I love the man who is truthful.
    • I met him in Prayagraj which is a holy  city.
  24. Fill in the blank with correct preposition
    • He is junior _ me.
    • than
    • with
    •  from
    •  to
  25. Fill in the blank with correct conjunction
    Either he is mad—- he feigns madness.
    •  And
    •  nor
    • so
    • or
  26. Which of the following sentences is in Passive voice ?
    • Someone may steal the bicycle
    • Some boys were helping the wounded man.
    • The teacher scolded him for being late.
    • My watch was lost.
  27. Which of the following alternatives is the correct passive voice form of the following sentence
    `Do it’
    • it be done
    • It will be done
    •  It is done
    • Let it be done
  28. Which of the following words is plural ?
    • Index
    • Analysis
    • Crisis
    • Criteria
  29. Which of the following nouns is in plural?
    • news
    •  electronics
    •  mice
    •  billiards
  30. He was an orphan and lived with his uncle.
    In the above given sentence gender of the word ‘orphan’.
    • Masculine Gender
    • Common Gender
    • Feminine Gender
    • Neuter Gender

UPTET 2019 Primary – Environment Studies Question Paper Answer Key

  1. The world’s most problematic aquatic weed, also known as “Terror of Bengal” is
    • Eichhornia Crassipes (Water hyacinth)
    • Parthenium hysterophorus (Congress grass)
    • Lantana Camara
    • Cynodone dactylon (Doob grass)
  2. The abiotic property of virus is
    • It cannot reproduce
    • It does not have protein
    • It does not have the genetic material
    • It can be crystalized
  3. Plant hormone that help in the ripening of fruits is
    • Cytokinin
    • Gibberellins
    • Auxin
    • Ethylene
  4. Free living, anaerobic, nitrogen (N2) fixing bacteria found in soil is  
    • Clostridium
    • Rhizobium
    • Azotobacter
    • Vibrio
  5. Which type of DNA is commonly found inside the cell ?
    • B – DNA
    • C – DNA
    • A – DNA
    • Z – DNA
  6. In 1853, India’s first passenger train runs between
    • Calcutta to Alipur
    • Bombay to Thane
    • Bombay to Pune
    • Calcutta to Damdam
  7.  Asia’s largest cattle fair is organised at
    • Pushkar
    • Sonepur
    • Haridwar
    • Nasik
  8. National. Integration. Council was established in the year
    • 1971
    • 1961
    • 1951
    • 1981
  9. In which of the following Articles of Constitution, the Right to Equality are mentioned?
    • Articles 23 – 24
    • Articles 14 – 18
    • Articles 19 – 22
    • Articles 25 – 28
  10. Which country has a flexible Constitution?
    • America
    • China
    • India
    • United Kingdom
  11. Hamlet is associated with which settlement?
    • Linear
    • Rural
    • Fragmented
    • Urban  
  12. Which is volcano mountain ?
    • Appalachian
    • Ural
    • Aravali
    • Kilimanjaro  
  13. Elephants Island is located at
    • Mumbai Coast
    • Goa Coast
    • Kutch Coast
    • Gangs Delta
  14. Monsoon forests are found where rainfall is
    • 50 – 150 cm
    • 150 – 200 cm
    • 70 – 200 cm
    • 70 – 100 cm
  15. Karbi Anglong Plateau is an extension of
    • Tibet
    • Himalaya
    • Peninsular plateau
    • Shan plateau
  16. Reservation for women in India is available in
    • Cabinet
    • Vidhan Sabha
    • Lok Sabha
    • Panchayati Raj Institutions
  17. In order to be appointed as the Governor of a State, one must have attained the age of
    • 50 years
    • 45 years
    • 35 years
    • 30 years
  18. Choose the right Code after comparing List- I with List – II.
    List – I                                  List – II
    • A. Indian Union             A. Prime Minister
    • B. State                             B. Sarpanch
    • C. Corporation                C. Governor
    • D. Village Panchayat D. Mayor
      Code:
      a b c d
      • A C D B
      • B C D A
      • D A B C
      • C D A B
  19. When and where, Article 356 was used first ?
    • Jammu and Kashmir 1956
    • Kerala 1959
    • Bihar 1958
    • Madhya Pradesh 1957
  20. Which tax can be imposed by Nagar Nigam ?
    • Toll Tax
    • House Tax
    • Entertainment Tax
    • All the above
  21. In which of the following regions Reindeer are found ?
    • Monsoon
    • Hot Desert t-9
    • Tundra
    • Taiga
  22. Which one of the following is not a temperate grassland ?
    • Downs
    • Compas
    • Pampas
    • Prairies
  23. According to population size, the largest Continent is
    • Asia
    • North America
    • Europe
    • Africa
  24. Where does Tharu tribe live in India ?
    • Uttarakhand
    • Tarai region of Uttar Pradesh
    • Thar Desert
    • Jharkhand
  25. Bhilai Steel Plant is situated in
    • Chhattisgarh
    • Jharkhand
    • Madhya Pradesh
    • Odisha  
  26. Which is the, example of sessile animal among following ?
    • Chiton
    • Leech
    • Euplectella
    • Echinus
  27. Unit of protein molecule is
    • Amino acid
    • Fatty acid
    • Glucose
    • Vitamin
  28. Which organelle is absent in plant cell ?
    • Vacuoles
    • Plastids
    • Cellulose cell wall
    • Centrosome
  29. Largest gland in human body is
    • Adrenal Gland
    • Pituitary Gland
    • Pancreas
    • Liver
  30. State bird of Uttar Pradesh is
    • House Sparrow
    • Peacock
    • Sarus Crane
    • Parrot

UPTET 2019 Primary – Maths Answer Key ~ 8 Jan 2020 Exam

  1. The length of rectangle is increased by 60%. By what percent would the width have to be decreased to maintain the same area ?
    • 50% 
    • 125%
    • 75.5%
    • 37.5%
  2. The volume of a cube is numerically equal to sum of the length of its edges. The total surface area of cube in square units is
    • 12.4
    • 72.0
    • 64.5
    • 44.2
  3.  Amit’s salary in 2018 is Rs. 1,26,500. His salary for 2016 has risen annually by 10% and 15% respectively to reach 2018 salary figures. What was his salary in 2016 ?
    • Rs. 95,000
    •  Rs. 1,25,000
    • Rs. 1,15,000
    • Rs. 1,00,000
  4. The HCF of two numbers is 6 and their LCM is 432. If one of the number is 48, the other number is
    •  52
    • 42
    •  27
    •  54
  5.  If third Friday is on 16th of month then what will be the date of fourth (4th) Tuesday of same month ?
    •  20
    •  27
    •  22
    •  29
  6.  How many vertices are there in a triangular prism ?
    •  4
    •  6
    •  5
    • 8
  7.  What will be the loss percentage, if bananas purchased 6 for ₹10 and sold 4 for ₹6 ?
    • 10%
    • 5%
    • 6%
    • 20%
  8.  Which one is correct in the filling space?
    1 gram = ___ kilogram.
    A. 1/1000  kg
    B. 10-3 kg  
    C. 0.0001 kg  
    D. 1000 kg
    • B, C
    • A, B
    • A, C
    • C, D
  9. (0.01)2 can be written in the percentage form
    A. 0.0 1%
    B. 1 / 100
    C. 1 %
    D. 1 / 100 %
    • A, B
    • B, C
    • A, C
    • A, D
  10.  If difference and product of two numbers are 5 and 36 respectively, then find the difference of their reciprocals.
    • 5 / 36
    • 5 / 9
    • 31 / 36
    • 9 / 5
  11.  If the length of a room is decreased by 10% and breadth is decreased by 20%, while height is increased by 5%, then what percentage changed in the volume of the room?
    • 24%
    • 24.4%
    • 24.2%
    • 24.6%
  12.  If length and breadth of a room is 15 m 17 cm and 9 m 2 cm respectively. What is the minimum number of square tiles which is fit for that ?
    • 814
    • 841
    •  820
    •  840
  13.  Unit digit of the multiplication of (2153 )167 is
    • 1
    • 7 – correct ans
    • 3
    • 9
  14.  If we increased 20% in the numerator and 25 % in the denominator of a fraction then it is 3/5, then the original fraction is
    • 3/8
    • 8/5
    • 5/8
    • 8/3
  15.  The numbers divisible by 8 are
    i. 5240
    ii. 5220
    iii. 97128
    iv. 97124
    • i and ii
    • i, iii and iv
    • ii and in
    • i and iii
  16.  Find Pythagorean triplet of which smallest number is 8.
    • 6, 8, 10
    • 8, 9, 10
    • 8, 15, 17
    • 8, 64, 512
  17.  Find the value of Z for which the number 41728 is divisible by 9.
    • 3
    • 7 – correct answer
    • 6
    • 9
  18. If 2160 = 2ax 3bx 5c, then find the value of 3a x 2b x 5c
    • 1 / 2
    • 81 / 40
    • 0
    • 37 / 39
  19. Find using side figure; the value of x is
    1. IMG
    1. 0
    1. 5
    1. 1
    1. 6
  20. Mode of distribution can be obtained from
    •  Histogram
    •  More than type ogives
    • Less than type ogives
    •  Frequency polygon
  21. (a+b)/c = (b+c)/a = (c+a)/b = K, then the value of K is
    • 1
    • 1/2
    • 2 <– correct
    • 3/2
  22.  The number of possible triangles with any three of the lengths 1.2 cm, 4.2 cm, 5.9 cm and 8.1 cm is
    • One
    •  Three
    •  Two
    •  Four
  23.  The denominator of a fraction is 1 more than double the numerator. On adding 2 to the numerator and subtracting 3 from the denominator, we obtain 1. Find the original fraction.
    • 4/9
    • 2/5
    • 1/9
    • 1/3
  24.  Simplify (-9) – {(- 8) + (244-13 – 7)}
    •  5
    • -8
    • -5
    • None of these
  25.   If HCF (a, 8) = 4 and LCM (a, 8) = 24, then `a’ is
    • 10
    •  14
    •  12
    • 8
  26.   Diagonal of a rectangular field is 17 metre and perimetre is 46 metre then area of the field will be
    • 112 m2
    • 132 m2
    • 120 m2
    • 289 m2
  27.  On simplification {(2) power (-1)}power (-1)}, the number will be
    A. Prime number 
    B. Even number 
    C. Multiple of 2     
    D. Odd number
    • A, B, C
    • A, C, D
    • B, C, D
    • A, B, D
  28.  Which one is correct in the following statements ?
    • Sum of two prime numbers always prime number.
    • A composite number may be odd number.
    • Least prime number is 1.
    • Even prime number does not exist.
  29. The difference between the interior and exterior angles of a regular polygon is 60°. The number of sides in the polygon is
    • 4
    • 6
    • 5
    • 7
  30. The number of points present on a straight line is
    • Infinite
    • 2
    • 0
    • 1

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