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1. Which is not a correct statement?
(A) Drinking water should be moderately hard.
(B) Comfortably corrected effective temperature is 25-27° C
(C) Soiling index is an indicator of air pollution
(D) 75db is the recommended maximum daily exposure of noise that people can tolerate without substantial damage to their hearing.

2. Which one is a wrong statement?
(A) Strength of sewage is expressed in terms of B. O. D., C. O. D. and Suspended solids.
(B) Sewage contains 99.9% of water.
(C) Composting is a method of disposal of refuse and not of night soil or sludge.
(D) In septic tank both aerobic and anaerobic digestions take place.

3. Which one is not a correct statement?
(A) Under E. S. l. Act there are provisions for many benefits for the employees but no benefit for employer.
(B) Maximum occupational cancers are skin cancer.
(C) Dust size 0.5-3 micron is responsible for pneumoconiosis.
(D) Pre-placement Examination and Periodical Examination are the examples of medical measure for prevention of occupational diseases.

4. Find out the incorrect one:
(A) Gobi campaign is a programme of UNlCEF.
(B) Millennium Development Goals (MDG) is a W. H. O. Project.
(C) Bio-medical Waste (Management and Handling) Rule, 1998 prescribed by Ministry of Environment and Forests.
(D) The Swedish international Development Agency (SIDA) is assisting National Tuberculosis Control Programme in India.

5. Which is a false statement among the following?
(A) At present (2012-2017) we are under 13th Five Year Plan.
(B) Sample Registration System is a source of health information in India.
(C) Mode is an example of Measures of Central Tendency.
(D) Standard Deviation is an example of Measures of Dispersion.

6. As per National Health Policy, 2002 which is not a correct goal?
(A) Reduction of infant Mortality Rate (IMR) to 30/1000 live birth by 2010
(B) Reduction of Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) (100/100000 live birth by 2010
(C) Elimination of Lymphatic Filarias is by 2015
(D) Elimination of Leprosy by 2010

7. The surest sign of identity of an individual is:
(A) Any birth marks
(B) Finger impression
(C) Skull size
(D) None of the above

8. Exhumation is done by the order of:
(A) Police Officer
(B) Medical Officer
(C) District Magistrate
(D) Concerned Lawyer

9. The edges of the incised wound in Scrotum is:
(A) Retracted
(B) Everted
(C) Inverted
(D) None of the above

10. Strangulation, by holding the neck of the victim in the bend of elbow is
(A) Chocking
(B) Nugging
(C) Gagging
(D) Cafe coronary

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11. What is the surest sign of rape below 16 years or age?
(A) Spermatozoa in genital tract
(B) Rupture of Hyrmen
(C) Tear-of cervix
(D) None of the above

12. Sexual gratification by seeing some portions of the body of girl:
(A) Masochism
(B) Fetichism
(C) Exhibitionism
(D) Incest

13. A child born dead after 28 weeks of pregnancy condition called:
(A) Still born
(B) Abortion
(C) Miscarriage
(D) None of the above g

14. Takes maximum time to putrefy is:
(A) Liver
(B) Brain
(C) Puerperal uterus
(D) Virgin uterus

15. Which of these is a cardiac poison?
(A) Yellow olender
(B) Strychnin
(C) Cannabis indica
(D) Dhatura

16. Best homicidal poison among the following is
(A) Arsenic
(B) Aconite
(C) Lead poison
(D) Dhatura

17. Immunohistochemistry is employed for the following purpose:
(A) To distinguish neoplastic from non-neoplastic lesion
(B) To distinguish benign and malignant lesion
(C) To localise the cell of origin of tumour
(D) To detect autoantibodies in the serum

18. CD4 T cell count in crisis phase of HIV according to revised HIV/AIDS classification is:
(A) <100/microlitre
(B) <200/microliire
(C) <250/microlitre
(D) <500/microlitre

19. Lepromin test is positive in
(A) Lepromatous leprosy
(B) Borderline lepromatous leprosy
(C) Tuberculoid leprosy
(D) Intermediate leprosy

20. Hypercalcaemia as a paraneoplastic syndrome is observed in the following tumours except:
(A) Squamous cell carcinoma lung
(B) Small cell carcinoma lung
(C) Renal cell carcinoma
(D) Breast cancer

21. DNA extraction is a pre-requisite for the following molecular techniques except
(A) PCR technique
(B) In situ hybridization
(C) Western blot technique
(D) Southern blot technique

22. State of hypervitaminosis occurs in:
(A) Vitamin A and B
(B) Vitamin B and C
(C) Vitamin C and D
(D) Vitamin A and D

23. The following lipid has highest association with atherosclerosis:
(A) Triglycerides
(B) Low density lipoproteins
(C) Very low density lipoproteins
(D) High density lipoproteins

24. All of the following cause left-sided heart failure except:
(A) Cor pulmonale
(B) Systemic hypertension
(C) Mitral stenosis
(D) Ischaemic heart disease

25. Malloy’s hyalin is seen in the following conditions except:
(A) Alcoholic hepatitis
(B) Hepatocellular carcinoma
(C) Post necrotic cirrhosis
(D) Primary biliary cirrhosis

26. Nephrocalcinosis is characterised by deposition of calcium salt at the following locations except:
(A) Basement membrane
(B) Within mitochondria
(C) Lysosomes
(D) Cytoplasm

27. Mark the sulouses that border anterior funiculus of the spinal cord:
(A) The right and left anterolateral sulcuses
(B) The right and, left posterolateral sulcuses .
(C) The anterolateral and posterolateral sulcuses
(D) The anterior median fissure and anterolateral sulcus

28. The atlas vertebrae is unique having:
(A) No boday
(B) Aspine
(C) Foramen transversarium
(D) All of the above

29. Which of the following does not pass through the carpal tunnel?
(A) Ulnar nerve
(B) Median nerve
(C) Flexor pollicis longus
(D) Flexor digitorum

30. All of the following cranial nerve control eye movement except:
(A) Optic nerve
(B) Occulomotor nerve
(C) Abducent nerve
(D) Trochlear nerve

31. The chromosomal formula of the normal human ovum is:
(A) 45 autosomes and 2X chromosomes
(B) 45 autosomes and 1X chromosomes
(C) 22 autosomes and 1Y chromosomes
(D) 22 autosomes and 1X chromosomes

32. The shoulder joint is weakest:
(A) Above
(B) Below
(C) Medially
(D) Laterally

33. The muscle pair responsible for abducting the humurs to a right angle:
(A) Deltoid and subscapularis
(B) Delloid and supraspinatus
(C) Supraspinatus and subsoapularis
(D) Teres major andsubscapularis

34. The Grinning Muscle is:
(A) Masseter
(B) Risorius
(C) Zygomaticus major
(D) Levator anguli oris

35. The Stylohyoid Sternocledomastoid and superior belly of omohyoid boundeci the following triangle of neck:
(A) Submental
(B) Digestric
(C) Anterior
(D) None of the above

36. The apex of the Cubital Fossa is formed by:
(A) Brachioradialis and pronatorteres
(B) Brachialis and pronatorteres
(C) Bicepsbrachiand supenator
(D) Brachioradialls and bicepsbrachi

37. Of the following anticoagulants which can be used both in vitro and in vivo?
(A) Heparin
(B) Oxalate
(C) Citrate
(D) Hirudin

38. The hypertrophied ventricle becomes depolarised:
(A) Before the normal size
(B) After the normal ventricle
(C) More rapidly than the normal ventricle .
(D) At the same time as normal one

39. Shortly after birth the ductus arteriosus constricts in response to:
(A) increased temperature
(B) Increased P02
(C) Decreased PCO2
(D) Increased PH

40. Dumping syndrome is mostly due to:
(A) Considerable rise in plasmakinin
(B) Exagerrated fluctuation of blood glucose
(C) Marked increase in lipid of feces
(D) All of the above

41. Which of the following constituent of the glomerular filtrate is completely reabsorbed?
(A) Urea
(B) Uric Acid
(C) Glucose
(D) Protein

42. Chymotrypsin hydrolyses peptide bonds in which carboxyl group is contributed by:
(A) Phenylalanine
(B) Tyrosine
(C) Tryptophan
(D) All of the above

43. Loss of Thiamin can be decreased by using:
(A) Unpolished rice
(B) Parboiled rice
(C) Whole wheat flour
(D) All of the above

44. Pyruvate dehydrogenase complex is regulated by:
(A) Covalent modification.
(B) Allosteric regulation
(C) Both of the above
(D) None of the above

45. Intestinal absorption of calcium occurs by:
(A) Active uptake
(B) Simple diffusion
(C) Facilitated diffusion
(D) Endocytosis

46. Predominant fatty acids in meat are
(A) Saturated
(B) Monounsaturated
(C) Polyunsaturated
(D) Mono and Polysaturated