Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 2012 (Medical)


1.  Which amongst U, Po and Am is not a transuranic element? – Rn

2.  The element with highest electro negativity in the periodic table is – Fluorine

3.  Which of the following Statement is wrong?
An atom is electrically neutral; the size of the cation is always smaller than that of the corresponding atom; the size of the anion is always grater than that of the corresponding atom; and an atom and its ion have an unequal number of protons.An atom and its ion have an unequal number of protons

4.  Which amongst PH3, AICI3, C3H8, C2H2 have a triple covalent bond? – C2H2

5.  The formula of silver phosphate is –Ag3PO4

6.  aFe2O3 + bH2---> cFe+dH2O a, b, c and d are – 1,3,2,3

7.  The property of an atom to form a bond with itself is known as – Catenation

8.  The formula of Oleum is – H2S2O7

9.  The plastics which soften upon heating but regains its properties on colling are called – Thermoplastics

10.The common name of Sodium bicarbonate is – Baking powder

11.Which amongst NaCl, MgCI2, CaF2 and C6H12O6 will not conduct electricity? - C6H12O6

12. A clinical thermometer is calibrated from - 35°C to 42°C

13. The process of reduction involves – Gain of electrons

14.The monomer of natural rubber is – Isoprene

15. Which amongst tartaric acid, oxalic acid, ascorbic acid and nitric acid is not an organic acid? – Nitric acid

16.“Milk of magnesia” is an – antacid

17.Which amongst CaO, CO2, H2O and N2O is a basic oxide? – CaO

18. Sodium carbonate is prepared  by – Solvay’s process

19. Butane and Isobutene are – Isomers

20. The allotrope of carbon which is a good conductor of heat and electricity – Graphite

21. Which amongst H2SO4, CH3COOH, H3PO4 and H2CO3 is monobasic acid? - CH3COOH

22. pH of tomato juice is 4 that means it is – Acid

23. NaOH+HNO3 --- NaNO3+H2O is a – neutralization reaction

24. Scattering of light by colloidal particles is known as – Tyndall effect

25. The first person to see a cell under the microscope was – Robert Hooke

26. N2 fixation is leguminous plants is done by – Rhizobium bacteria

27. Chemicals used to control the weeds are called – Weedicides

28.The process of separation of grain and chaff by farmers with small land holding is called – Winnowing

29. The process of obtaining nutrition by feeding on dead and decaying matter is called – Saprotrophic nutrition

30. Living partnership between a fungus and an alga is – Lichen

31.  The gas exchanging structures in plants are – Lenticels & Stomata

32. The absorbed Water and Minerals are transported to other parts of the plant by a network of tubes called – Xylem

33. Evaporation of water molecules in the from of water vapors from plant surface especially leaves is called – Transpiration

34. The areas where animals and plants are protected from any disturbance to them and their habital and the traditional life of the tribes in the area are called – Biosphere reserve

35.  Yeast reproduces by – Budding

36.  Fruit is the growth of – Fertilized ovary

37.  Tropical rain forests have – Good rainfall

38. In the soil profile, the lowest horizon is of – Bed-rock

39. Corbett National Park was declared in – 1935

40.  Bryophyllum reproduces through its – Leaves

41. A plants cell differs from an animal cell in having – Cell wall

42. The number of chromosomes reduces to half its original number in – Meiosis

43. Outermost green colored whorl of a flower is called – Calyx

44. Transfer of pollen grains from another to stigma in flower is known as – Pollination

45. Which amongst wheat and gram grow well in loamy and clayey soils? – Both

46. The product of photosynthesis is – Glucose

47. Which amongst pitcher plant, leguminous plant, green plant and Amarbel is an insectivorous plant? – Pitcher plant

48.  Green colored pigment present in plants is – Chlorophyll

49. The process  of photosynthesis utilizes these as catalysts – Sunlight, Chlorophyll

50. Among photosynthesis, transpiration and Respiration which phenomenon takes place in plants? – All of the above

51.  Which is the reproductive organ of cacti? – Stem

52. Which organism is called Nature’s Ploughman? – Earthworm

53. Ovules in a flower’s ovary after fertilization turn into – Seeds

54. The removal of top soil by agents such as wind and water is called – Soil erosion

55. The medicines used to kill or stop the growth of disease causing microorganisms are called – Antibiotics

56. Carrier of Malaria causing protozoan is – Female anopheles mosquito

57. When a disease causing microbe enters our body the body produces ____to fight the invader. – Antibody

58. Organisms giving birth to young ones are called – Viviparous

59. Adrenal gland is situated – On the top of kidneys

60. “Salk” vaccine is used for vaccination against – Polio

61.  Incisor tooth is meant for – Biting and cutting

62. Pulse beat is measured from – Artery

63. Which is called the powerhouse of the cell? – Mitochondria

64. Blood coagulation disorders are caused by the deficiency of – Vitamin K

65. Cranial nerves are ____ in number. – 24

66. Among frog, polar bear and Ox which animal does not hibernate? – Ox

67. Interlinked food chains make up – Food web

68. There is _____number of Lumber vertebrae in humans. – 5

69. Dental formula for an adult human is – 2123/2123

70. Female sex chromosomes are – XX

71.  Edward Jenner discovered the vaccine for – Small pox

72. Rearing of animals on large scale is called – Animal husbandry

73. Voice box is the common name for – Larynx

74. Bile is formed in – Liver

75. The other name for a fertilized egg is – Zygote

76. Louis Pasteur discovered ____in 1857. – Fermentation

77.  Which animal has become extinct recently – Mammoth

78. Which is a vestigial organ in the human body? – Appendix

79. Heart sounds are – Lub-Dub

80. Trachea divides into – Bronchi

81. Which microorganism promotes the formation of curd? – Lactobacillus

82. Disease causing microorganisms are called – Pathogens

83. Diseases which spread through air, water, food or physical contact are – Communicable disease

84. The disease Hepatitis B is caused by – Virus

85. Psychology is the science of – Behavior

86. Logos mean knowledge and psyche means – Soul

87. A child is born with some – Innate drives

88. How far does the mutual relationship of parents influence child’s personality? – Largely

89.  Which is the method of socialization? – Punishment & Reward

90.  A girl is not happy after marriage because her socialization remains – Incomplete

91.  The emotions of the child during the infancy are – Mainly egoistic and untrained

92.  The primary task of the teacher is – To stimulate & guide students learning

93. The extent to which a test actually measure, what is claims to measure is its – Validity

94. As the infant grows his mental ability – Increases

95. Hull’s system is called a need reduction theory as opposed to cognitive theory. Who opined this? – Tolman

96. The term “development task” was popularized by – Havighurst

97. The habit of smoking in students cannot be the result of – Inoculation

98. The child is referred to as an infant from – Birth to onset of speech

99. Pedagogy refers to – Strategies of instructions

100.  S. Hollingsworth is associated with her work on – Gifted children

101. The term “mental hygiene” was given by – C.W. Bears

102. Education psychology is concerned with – The learner, the learning process & the learning situation

103. The oldest method in psychology is – Introspection

104. Later childhood is also known as – Gang age

105. A good teacher should know or anticipate the concurrence of plateau – Yes

106. A child in school is called a problem child when – He suggests useful approach to teacher when he is explaining any problem.

107. Why are curricular activities used in teaching? – To assist the teacher

108. Education provided to the child by the school is – formal

109. Psychoanalysis was propounded by – S. Freud

110. Considering punishment as an insult, how do adolescents react to it? – Fear it very much

111. Tolman called his theoretical views as – Purposive

112. What is the “Bell” in Pavlov’s classical conditioning? – US

113. School comes in socialization of a child – After family

114. Children sensitive to being wet are – Easy to night-training

115. Halley’s comet appears once in – 76 years

116. Which is the longest bone in human skeletal system? – Femur

117. “Pygmies” are the tribes of – Zaire

118. The hottest place on earth is in – Libya

119. The time interval between a high tide and a low tide is – 6 hrs. 13 min.

120. The world famous Khajuraho temple was built by – Chandelas

121. Who wrote “Shahnama”? – Firdausi

122. Pollutant from motor cars exhaust that causes mental disease is – Lead

123. Formation of ozone hole is maximum over – Antarctica

124. The French Revolution broke out in – 1789

125. The 1857 uprising did not take place at – Madras

126. The All India Muslim League was founded in the year – 1906

127. Mahatma Gandhi’s first experience with mass movement in India was at – Champaran

128. Vande Mataram was written by – Bankim Chandra Chatterjee

129. The Kaziranga National Park is situated in – Assam

130. Jatakas are the stories of the previous birth of – Buddha

131. The Indian Board of Wildlife was constituted in – 1952

132. Name of the island of India which is an active volcano – Barren island

133.  Which State is the southern neighbor of Jammu & Kashmir? – Himachal Pradesh

134. A cyclone has low pressure area in the centre. – Yes

135. The origin of Beas is in – Beas Kund

136. The largest glacier in Himachal Pradesh is – Bara Shigri

137. Who was founder of Chamba? – Meru Varman

138. Pathankot to Mandi is a NH of number – 20

139. India’s first F1 racing track is  situated in – Greater Noida

140. Among Chandra, Maan Khad, Baira and Seer Khad which one is a tributary of Beas river? – Maan Khad

141. The most literate district in H.P. is – Hamirpur

142. When Gandhiji visited Shimla? – 1921

143. “H.P. Area and Languages” written by – Dr. Y.S. Parmar

144. The infamous 2G scam is related with – Telecommunication

145. Among Bromine, Carbon, Sulphur, Chlorine which non-metal occur in liquid form at room temperature? – Bromine

146. Soaps are sodium salts of – Fatty acids

147. CO2 turns lime water milky due to the formation of – CaCo3

148. The property of metals by virtue of which it can be drawn into wires is called – Sulphurous acid

149. The property of metals by virtue of which it can be drawn into wires is called – Ductility

150. An element “X” has twelve protons in its nucleus. To which group of the periodic table it will belong? - 2



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