Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a pivotal institution at the state level for the enhancement of qualitative education at primary and secondary schools.
It was the “State Institute of Education” before 1988. It was later upgraded as a SCERT in 1988, under the resolution of the State Education Department. The upgraded SCERT, now named as Gujarat Council of Educational Research and Training (GCERT) is a fully structured State level academic institution and is controlled and guided by a Governing body as well as an Executive Committee.
Which of the following sciences leads to happiness in personal and socially advanced life?
Modern science, ancient science, yoga science
What are the benefits of doing Padmasana Ashana?
The spinal cord becomes stronger, the mind becomes concentrated, not one of these
In which of the following asanas both feet have to be placed at an angle of 45?
Sarvagasana, Konasana, Uttanapadasana
What action is required to increase the brightness of the eyes and eliminate eye problems?
Eye rotation, neck rotation, shoulder rotation
How many mudras have been used in India since Vedic times?
Three, two, five
What should be worn while wearing postures?
Tight, strong, opening suit
What is the action of controlling the prana and making it streamlined, well-controlled and rhythmic?
Exercise, asana, pranayama
Which of the following does not benefit from reversing?
The nose becomes clean, the vocal cords become stronger, the speed of breathing is controlled?
What is the total number of positions in Surya Namaskar from start to finish?
10, 13, 12
In which scripture about Surya Namaskar it is said that Surya is the soul of the world?
Rigveda, Samaveda, Atharvaveda