Sample Questions

English


Question 1: Choose the correct verb to fill the gap. By the end of the year, she _______ with a degree in business.
  1. already graduates
  2. already graduated
  3. will have already graduated
  4. has already graduated
Question 2: Choose the synonym for the following word Hallowed
  1. Sacred
  2. Old
  3. Inactive
  4. Effective
Question 3: As _______ cuts it as well as he does, I always have my hair cut at Johnson’s.
  1. anyone
  2. someone else’s
  3. no one else
  4. everyone
Question 4: Mohit _______ his century before it is the end of the match.
  1. will score
  2. will have scored
  3. has scored
  4. scores

Question 5: Which word is a adverb in this sentence?
There are no interesting programmes tonight.

  1. interesting
  2. programmes
  3. there
  4. tonight

Pharmacy


Question 1
Artificial microscopic bilayer vesicles are:-
  1. Liposomes
  2. Implants
  3. Resealed erythrocytes
  4. Microcapsules
Question 2
When solid particles are up to 25% in a liquid, the preferred filter to separate particles is:-
  1. Edge filter
  2. Plate & frame filter
  3. Leaf filter
  4. Rotary filter
Question 3
A patient is renally impaired his renal function is half of the normal person. The dosing interval is:-
  1. Doubled
  2. Half
  3. Remain same
  4. All of these
Question 4
Helium pyrometer is used to measure:-
  1. Particle distribution in aerosols
  2. Volume of particle in powder
  3. Distance between two point
  4. Flash point of aerosols
Question 5
3% w/v solution contains:-
  1. 3 grams of solute in 100 ml of the solvent
  2. 3 grams of solute in 100 ml of the solution
  3. 3 grams of solute in 1ml of the solution
  4. 3 grams of solute in 1ml of the solvent

Physiotherapy


Question 1
Which primitive reflex is the first to integrate in a child?
  1. Moro reflex
  2. Righting reflex
  3. Parachute reflex
  4. Labyrinthine reflexes
Question 2
What is the main characteristic feature of a patient with Duchenne’s Muscular Dystrophy?
  1. Face muscle weakness
  2. Tendon reflexes diminished
  3. Pseudoypertrophy of calf muscles
  4. Sensations impairment
Question 3
Gower’s sign is used to assess which condition?
  1. Myasthenia Grevis
  2. Spasiticity and Flacidity
  3. Multiple Sclerosis
  4. Muscular Dystrophy
Question 4
Frequency range for High TENS is:-
  1. 100 and 150 Hz
  2. 150 and 200 Hz
  3. 50 and 100 Hz
  4. 100 and 200 Hz
Question 5
Jones fracture is a fracture of:-
  1. Fifth metatarsal
  2. Second metatarsal
  3. Tarsal bones
  4. Second metacarpal

Ayurveda


Question 1:
Which mahabhuta combination is responsible for the formation of Kasaya Rasa?
  1. Agni and Jala
  2. Vayu and Prithvi
  3. Agni and Vayu
  4. Vayu and Akasha
Question 2:
If the medicine is taken with every morsel (sagras), then it is useful for treating disease of which Vayu?
  1. Apan vayu
  2. Udan vayu
  3. Vyan vayu
  4. Pran vayu
Question 3:
Which of the following carbohydrate liberates three molecules of monosaccharides on hydrolysis?
  1. Glucose
  2. Raffinose
  3. Maltose
  4. Fructose
Question 4:
Which parameter is performed to check the inorganic content present in herbal drugs?
  1. Foreign organic matter
  2. Refractive index
  3. Ash value
  4. Water soluble extractive value
Question 5:
Avapa is used in marana of:-
  1. Copper
  2. Mica
  3. Copper pyrite
  4. Lead

Physics


Question 1
An earthquake emits both S-waves and P-waves which travel at different speeds through the Earth. A P-wave travels at 9,000 m/s and an S-wave travels at 5,000m/s. If P-waves are received at a seismic station 1.00 minute before an S-wave arrives, how far away is the earthquake center?
  1. 1,200 km
  2. 675 km
  3. 88.9 km
  4. 240 km
Question 2
All people come very close to being able to float in water. What therefore is the volume (in cubic meters) of a 50-kg woman?
  1. 0.035
  2. 0.050
  3. 0.007
  4. 0.070
Question 3
A horizontal meter stick supported at the 50-cm mark has a mass of 0.50 kg hanging from it at the 20-cm mark and a 0.30 kg mass hanging from it at the 60-cm mark. Determine the position on the meter stick at which one would hang a third mass of 0.60 kg to keep the meter stick balanced.
  1. 65 cm
  2. 70 cm
  3. 74 cm
  4. 86 cm
Question 4
Two stars of masses M and 6M are separated by a distance "D". Determine the distance (measured from M) to a point at which the net gravitational force on a third mass would be zero.
  1. 0.41 D
  2. 0.37 D
  3. 0.33 D
  4. 0.29 D
Question 5
What is the technique used to find the age of prehistoric fossils?
  1. Paleontology
  2. Radio Carbon dating
  3. Radio Isotope dating
  4. None of these

Chemistry


Question 1
In terms of the "Collision Theory of Chemical Kinetics", the rate of a chemical reaction is proportional to:-
  1. The number of product molecules
  2. The number of collisions per second
  3. The change in free energy per second
  4. The change in temperature per second
Question 2
If a system loses 250 kJ of heat at the same time that it is doing 500 kJ of work, what is the change in the internal energy of the system?
  1. +750 kJ
  2. +250 kJ
  3. -750 kJ
  4. -250 kJ
Question 3
The compressibility factor for an ideal gas is:-
  1. 2.0
  2. 1.5
  3. 1.0
  4. Infinity
Question 4
Which statement is incorrect about zeolites?
  1. No zeolites occur naturally
  2. A zeolite functions as an acid catalyst, e.g. in the alkylation of aromatic compounds
  3. Each zeolite contains channels of a specific size
  4. Zeolites are aluminosilicates
Question 5
If a polymer sample has polydispersity index > 1, it indicates that:-
  1. The polymer chains are uniform in length
  2. The number average molecular weight is equal to the weight average molecular weight of the polymer
  3. The polymer chain lengths vary over a wide range of molecular masses
  4. The polymer under consideration is a natural polymer

Mathematics


Question 1:
The number of elements in the power set P(S) of the set S = {2,{1,4}} is:-
  1. 8
  2. 4
  3. 2
  4. None of these
Question 2:
If A = {1,2,3,4} and R = {(1,3),(3,4),(1,4)}, then R is:-
  1. Symmetric
  2. Transitive
  3. Reflexive
  4. None of these
Question 3:
If |z| = |z - 1|, then:-
  1. Re(z) = 1
  2. Im(z) = 1
  3. Re(z) = 1/2
  4. Im(z) = 1/2
Question 4:
If the system of equations x+2y-3z=1, (p+2)z=3, (2p+1)y+z=2 is inconsistent, then what is the value of p?
  1. -1/2
  2. 2
  3. -2
  4. 0
Question 5:
If f(x) = |x + 2|, then:-
  1. f(|x|) = |f(x)|
  2. f(x+y) = f(x) + f(y)
  3. f(x.y) = f(x).f(y)
  4. None of these

Biotech


Question 1
What is a smear?
  1. A smear is a preparation process in which a specimen is dyed
  2. A smear is a process used to identify a specimen
  3. A smear is a process in which a specimen is moved beneath a microscope
  4. A smear is a preparation process in which a specimen is spread on a slide
Question 2
Why is a bacterium called a prokaryotic organism?
  1. A bacterium is a multicell organism that does not have a distinct nucleus
  2. A bacterium is a multicell organism that has a distinct nucleus
  3. A bacterium is a one-cell organism that has a distinct nucleus
  4. A bacterium is a one-cell organism that does not have a distinct nucleus
Question 3
What microorganisms can use oxygen when it is present and continue to grow without it?
  1. Obligate aerobes
  2. Obligate anaerobes
  3. Free radicals
  4. Facultative anaerobes
Question 4
All of the following associations are true except one:-
  1. Poliovirus can cause paralytic disease
  2. Mumps virus can cause meningitis
  3. Astrovirus causes gastroenteritis only in adults
  4. EBV can cause nasopharyngeal carcinoma
Question 5
Which of the following is most effective for sterilizing mattresses and plastic Petri plates?
  1. Ethylene oxide
  2. Ultraviolet radiation
  3. Autoclave
  4. Chlorine

Microbiology


Question 1
Following person recognised the significance of microbes in disease for the first time:-
  1. Louis Pasteur
  2. Kircher
  3. Robert Koch
  4. None of these
Question 2
Germ Theory is:-
  1. Germs cannot be killed
  2. Presence of pathogen in infected animals
  3. Spores
  4. None of these
Question 3
Theory of fermentation says that fermentation is the:-
  1. Effect of a specific microbe
  2. Destruction of microbes
  3. Radiation
  4. None of these
Question 4
One way to determine the size, cell morphology and grouping of bacterial cells is to:-
  1. Streak plate
  2. Phenol red
  3. Simple stain
  4. None of these
Question 5
When many bacterial cells are embedded in a continuums matrix the material is called:-
  1. Capsule
  2. Microcapsule
  3. Slime
  4. Spore

Botany


Question 1:
A medullated protostele is
  1. Dictyostele
  2. Siphonostele
  3. Solenostele
  4. Protostele
Question 2:
The closed ascocarp is termed:-
  1. Apothecium
  2. Cleistothecium
  3. Perithecium
  4. Hysterothecium
Question 3:
In Gymnosperms the only mode of pollination is:-
  1. Anemophily
  2. Hydrophily
  3. Zoophily
  4. Entomophily
Question 4:
Double fertilization in angiosperms was discovered by:-
  1. J.C. Bose
  2. Strasburger
  3. Maheshwari
  4. Nawaschin
Question 5:
Before a carbohydrate is utilized as an energy source, it gets first converted into:-
  1. Oligosaccharide
  2. Triose sugars
  3. Monosaccharide
  4. Disaccharide

Biochemistry


Question 1
Two sugars which differ from one another only in configuration around a single carbon atom are termed as:-
  1. Optical isomers
  2. Stereoisomers
  3. Epimers
  4. Anomers
Question 2
In EM pathway enolase converts 2-phosphoglycerate to:-
  1. Phospho enol pyruvate
  2. Enol pyruvate
  3. 1,3 bisphosphoglycerate
  4. Dihydroxy acetone phosphate (DHAP)
Question 3
The standard free energy of hydrolysis of terminal phosphate group of ATP is:-
  1. - 7,300 cal/mol
  2. +7,300 cal/mol
  3. 10,000 cal/mol
  4. - 8,300 cal/mol
Question 4
Tertiary structure of a protein describes:-
  1. Loop regions of proteins
  2. The ways of protein folding
  3. Location of disulphide bonds
  4. The order of amino acids
Question 5
The enzymes of urea synthesis are found in:-
  1. Both mitochondria and cytosol
  2. Mitochondria only
  3. Cytosol only
  4. Nucleus

Zoology


Question 1
The Sol-gel nature of protoplasm is due to:-
  1. Its colloidal nature
  2. Presence of living cell inclusions
  3. Pressure of inorganic salts
  4. Presence of water
Question 2
What is the latest model that is proposed to explain the structure of plasma membrane or the latest view of molecular organization of biomembrane is based on?
  1. Fluid mosaic model
  2. Unit membrane model
  3. Thin lipid layer concept
  4. Artificial model systems
Question 3
The number of autosomes in a human male is:-
  1. 43
  2. 22 pair
  3. 45
  4. 46
Question 4
The snakes living in the deserts are mainly:-
  1. Aminotelic
  2. Uricotelic
  3. Ammonotelic
  4. Ureotelic
Question 5
Genes are involved in turning on or off the transcription of set of structural genes are called:-
  1. Operator genes
  2. Redundant genes
  3. Polymorphic genes
  4. Regulatory genes

Agriculture


Question 1
Farming System Research is not:-
  1. Farmer participatory
  2. System oriented
  3. Client non-specific
  4. Gender sensitive
Question 2
Actual mechanism of processes is not disclosed in which Crop Modeling?
  1. Stochastic model
  2. Statistical empirical model
  3. Dynamic model
  4. Mechanistic model
Question 3
Glyphosate herbicide trade name is:-
  1. Killer
  2. Captain
  3. Round Up
  4. Maxim
Question 4
The botanical name of 6 row barley is:-
  1. Hordeumdistichon
  2. Hordeumvulgare
  3. Hordeumplantae
  4. Hordeumirregulare
Question 5
Legume is characteristic of:-
  1. Fabaceae
  2. Euphorbiaceae
  3. Malvaceae
  4. Musaceae