Sample Paper Class XII (Philosophy) Bihar Board 2010-11


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Philosophy

(Set-1)

1. Applied ethics is :
(A) Practical ethics
(B) Metaethics
(C) Normative ethics
(D) All of the above

2. Generally, the entire surrounding of our existence is known as :
(A) Material objects
(B) Energy
(C) Environment
(D) All of the above

3- Mind-body relation is explained by :
(A) Parallelism
(B) Interactions
(C) Pre-established harmony
(D) All the above

4- The theory of innate ideas has been refuted by :
(A) Berkeley
(B) Kant
(C) Locke)
(D) Spinoza

5. Rationalism accepts the—method in acquiring knowledge :
(A) Deductive
(B) Inductive
(C) Both
(D) Neither

6. Epistemological idealism accepts :
(A) Object is independent of the subject
(B) Object is dependent on the subject
(C) Object and subject are neutral
(D) None of the above

7. New realism is connected with which philosophers ?
(A) Moore
(B) Russell
(C) Perry
(D) All of them

8. 'Esse est percipli' is the statement of :
(A) Berkeley
(B) Locke
(C) Kant
(D) Hume


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Philosophy

(Set-2)

1- The Founder of Yoga’s Philosophy is :
(A)
Patanjali
(B) Kapil
(C) Nagarjuna
(D) Ramanuja

2- Theory of Syadvada is related to :
(A)
Jaina Philosophy
(B) Buddha Philosophy
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) Vedanta

3- The fourth Noble Truth of Buddha is called:
(A)
Cause of suffering
(B) There is suffering
(C) There is a way leading to the cessation of suffering
(D) There is a cessatiion of suffering

4- The theory of Karma is called ‘Adrista’ in the philosophy of :
(A)
Nayay-Vaishesika
(B) Samkhya
(C) Vedanta
(D) None of these

5- Nayaya-Vaishesikas view of soul is :
(A)
Epistemological
(B) Metaphysical
(C) Ethical
(D) None of these

6-According to Buddha's philosophy the cause of impression is :
(A)
Ignorance
(B) Sense Contact
(C) Craving
(D) None of these


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Philosophy

(Set-3)

1- The number of noble truths are :
(D)
Two
(B) Four
(C) Three
(D) Seven

2- The creation itself depends on actions is meant by :
(D)
Lok Sangrah
(B) Worship
(C) Being Saint
(D) None of these

3- Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha are called:
(D)
Four steps of yoga
(B) Four purasrthas
(C) Law o Karmas
(D) Morality

4- Indian Philosophy is divided in to the school :
(D)
Good and Bad
(B) Orthodox and Heterodox
(C) Vedas and Purans
(D) None of these

5- The meaning of Philosophy is
(D)
Love for country
(B) Love for God
(C) Love for Atam
(D) Love for Knowledge

6- ‘Knowledge is a system of synthetic a priori judgments’ is related to the theory :
(D)
Rationalism
(B) Empiricism
(C) Criticism
(D) None of these


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Philosophy

(Set-4)

1- The founder of Jain Philosophy is
(A)
Buddha
(B) Gautam
(C) Kapil
(D) Mahavir

2- Rit is law:
(A)
Moral
(B) Religious
(C) Political
(D) None of these

3- In what sense is the word Yoga used in the Bhagavad-Gita?
(A)
Samadhivachak
(B) Sambandhavachak
(C) Both A and B
(D) None of these

4- In Indian Philosophy real knowledge is called
(A)
Aprama
(B) Prama
(C) Khyati
(D) None of these

5- The word ‘Darshan’ is originated from which verb?
(A)
Kr Verb
(B) Drish Verb
(C) Lr Verb
(D) None of these

6- Foundations of Anekantavad is
(A)
Theory of Nyaya
(B) Theory of Sydvada
(C) Theory of Moksha
(D) Pluralism


Sample Paper Bihar Board Class XII Philosophy

(Set-5)

1- Indian philosophy is the outcome of :
(A)
Materialistic desire
(B) Spiritual dissatisfaction
(C) pessimistic out look
(D) Escapist Attitude

2- The Final conclusion of Indian Philosophy is :
(A)
Pessimism
(B) Highest Optimist
(C) Secpticism
(D) None of these

3-Rta is law :
(A)
(Moral
(B) Religious
(C) Political
(D) None of these

4-Swadharma is actually related to :
(A)
Simony Dharma
(B)Varnasharma
(C) Both of above
(D) None of these

5- In what sense is the word yoga used in Philosophy ?
(A)
Samadhivachak
(B) Sambandhvachak
(C) Both of aforesaid
(D) None of these

6-In Indian Philosophy real knowledge is called
(A)
Aprama
(B) Prama
(C) Khyati
(D) None of these