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POPULAR MASTER GUIDE

B.El.Ed. Bachelor of Elementary Education

Common Entrance Exam (CEE)

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CONTENTS Previous Years’ Papers, 2020 ....................................................... 1-16 Previous Years’ Papers, 2019 ....................................................... 1-16 Previous Years’ Papers, 2018 ....................................................... 1-24 Previous Years’ Papers, 2017 ....................................................... 1-16 Previous Years’ Papers, 2016 ....................................................... 1-16 Previous Years’ Papers, 2015 ....................................................... 1-32 

Bilingual Language Comprehension (English and ) ....................................................1-64 SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE



Mathematics ..........................................................1-104 Real Numbers; Polynomials; Linear Equation in Two Variables; Quadratic Equation; Arithmetic Progressions; Trigonometry, Height and Distance; Co-ordinate Geometry; Similar Triangles; Circle & Tangents; Geometrical Constructions; Perimeter and Areas; Surface Areas and Volumes; Statistics (Mean, Median and Mode of Grouped Data); Probability.



Science ..................................................................1-160 PHYSICS: Motion and Force; Work, Power & Energy; Sound; Light; Electricity; Sources of Energy; CHEMISTRY: States of Matters; Structure of Atom; Chemical Reaction and Equations; Acids, Bases and Salts; Metals and Non-Metals; Carbon and Its Compounds; BIOLOGY: Basic Unit of Life: Cell, Protoplasm, Tissues; Biodiversity; Life Processes; Control and Coordination; Reproduction; Heredity and Evolution; Diseases.



Social Sciences ....................................................1-160 HISTORY: Ancient India; Medieval India; Modern India; World History. POLITY; GEOGRAPHY: World Geography; Indian Geography; INDIAN ECONOMY. (iii)

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The Entrance test shall consist of 40 questions in English and Hindi, and 20 questions each in Mathematics, Science and Social Science. The Entrance Test shall be bilingual (English and Hindi) wherever applicable. There will be no descriptive questions. Questions will be from English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Science till class Xth from NCERT Textbooks.

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1 Previous Paper (Solved)

UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

B.El.Ed. Entrance Exam 2020 ENGLISH 4. Select any one word that can be used to com plete both the sentences below: Sentence 1. A _______ of chicks littered the ground each morning. Sentence 2. Every Sunday she forced her _______ to accompany her to the church. A. brood B. pack D. school C. herd

1. Two co-workers were discussing something, when the first told the second, “You can say that again”. What did the first co-worker mean to say? A. Please repeat, I didn’t hear you. B. Can you say that again? C. You can repeat this to others. D. That’s true, I agree.

5. Complete the sentence: The coach reserved for ladies in the train was very crowded. As it entered the next station, travellers _______ for space, as more passengers boarded the coach. A. made B. intrigued C. reeded D. jostled

2. Savita’s spendthriftness bothered her sister a lot. She advised her to _______ her expenditure and _______ some of her money for savings every month. Select the correct option, from the ones given below, to fill in the blanks. A. set aside; set up B. set down; set aside C. set down; set out D. set aside; set in

6. Complete the sentence: He chose to avoid the comforts that other officers often claimed as a right. He had an ______ childhood, devoid of luxuries, and was happy with what he had. A. austere B. content C. indulgent D. reserved

3. Sylvia really likes to maintain her skin. Hence, the sudden break _________ of acne on her face, freaked her out. A. into B. up C. down D. out

7. Choose the correct option that explains the meaning of the underlined phrase: 1

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2 The destruction caused by the tsunami was widespread. Rescuers said that it was hoping against hope to expect survivors in the village nearest to the coast. A. expecting something to happen that is highly unlikely B. expecting something to happen that is likely C. exploring what could be done in a given situation D. expressing confidence about a situation or event 8. “But is it right, my son, to keep mum and not say what you consider just and fair?” Which one of the following can be used as a synonym for the underlined word, w ithout changing the meaning of the sentence? B. Mother A. Social C. Silent D. Afraid 9. “The child was staring out through the open window with a dazed horror in her eyes.” Which of the following is a verb in the above sentence? A. Horror B. Staring C. Eyes D. Through 10. “Macavity’s a Mystery Cat: he’s called the Hidden Paw — For he’s the master criminal who can defy the Law.” What is the meaning of the underlined word in the lines above? B. Disobey A. Kill C. Change D. Follow

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11. Seven has been quite upset about Mr. Nath’s gaunt appearance and was sure that he was starving. Find the antonym of the word ‘gaunt’. A. haggard B. lean D. plump C. skinny 12. Which of the follow ing is incorrect? A. A school of whales B. A murder of crows C. A herd of elephants D. A pack of lions 13. Meeta told her mother, “I’m not hungry. I’ll eat when I want to.” Choose the correct way of writing the above text in reported speech from the options given below: A. Meeta told her mother that I’m not hungry and I’ll eat when I want to. B. Meeta told her mother that she is not hungry and will eat when she wants to. C. Meeta told her mother that she wasn’t hungry and would eat when she wanted to. D. Meeta told her mother that she wasn’t hungry and will eat when she wants to. 14. ‘I bumped into my teacher at the shopping centre’. The phrasal verb used in the above sentence means: A. To hit someone hard B. To pat someone on the back C. To push someone D. To meet someone by chance

3 15. Which of the following adjectives cannot be used with the word ‘Fashion’? B. Trendy A. Unique C. Pathetic D. Empathetic

Unfailingly, Amrita used to get up at the first ring of the water supply alarm. B. may A. would D. shall C. should

16. Rohit had fought with his parents to be on the football team. When his parents asked him about his teammates, he concealed the fact that he was having a rough time with them. Rohit was: A. Hiding the fact that he was skipping the sessions. B. Confessing the fact that he was training hard with his teammates. C. Confessing that his teammates played roughly. D. Hiding the fact that he was having problems with his teammates.

19. Write appropriate question words in the blank spaces in the following dialogue. Naisha: ___ did you get this book? Samaira: Yesterday morning. Naisha: ___ is your sister crying? Samaira: Because she has lost her doll. Naisha: ___ room is this, yours or hers? Samaira: It’s ours. Naisha: ___ do you go to school? Samaira: We walk to school. It is nearby. A. where, why, which, when B. why, how, which, why C. where, why, whose, when D. when, why, whose, how

17. The company is seeking to market its new product soon. Identify the grammatical category of the underlined word in the context of the given sentence: B. Adjective A. Noun C. Verb D. Adverb 18. Select the suitable option for the underlined phrase: During the summer season there was an acute shortage of water.

20. Can you give me some clay, please? Use suitable words in place of italicized nouns. A. A lump of clay B. A bundle of clay C. A piece of clay D. A bunch of clay

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