Pharmacist Question Paper (AIIMS Patna) August 2023

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Please find below the question paper of Pharmacist Gr II , AIIMS Patna. Examination was held on 19 August 2023.

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Q.1) Which of the following Topical Anti-histaminic agent which has leukotriene and platelet aggregating factor antagonistic activity?

 [a] Emedastine Difumarate

[b] Pheniramine Maleate

[c] Levocabastine Hydrochloride

[d] Azelastine Hydrochloride

Q.2)  __ types of steroids interact with androgen receptor and enhance muscle mass and male sex hormones.
 [a] Progestins

[b] Glucocorticoids

[c] Ergosteroids

[d] Anabolic Steroids

Q.3) Which of the given options is a demerit of using Internal Sources for recruitment in the

organizations?

[a] It adds knowledge and experience to employees leading to development.

[b] It involves the breeding of ideas.

[c] Less of time and money is spent without the need for orientation.

[d] It ensures continuity of employment and organizational stability.

Q.4) Which of the following was/were aims of the Pharmacy Act 1948?

1-Regulation of the practice of pharmacy in India.

2-Raising the status of profession of Pharmacy.

3-Regulation of import, manufacture, sale and distribution of drugs.

[a] 1and 2 Only

[b] All 1, 2 & 3

[c] 1 and 3 Only

[d] 2 and 3 Only

Q.5) Which of the following disease is not caused by Rickettsiae?

[a] Typhus

[b] Trench fever

[c] Q-fever

[d] Kala Azar

Q.6) Which of the following is not a function of Connective Tissue found in the human body?

 [a] It provides immunity to the body.

[b] It provides support and protects the body and its organs.

[c] It stores energy as reserved fat.

[d] It initiates and transmits action potential that helps coordinate body activities.

Q.7) Which of the following is not a feature of Covalent Bonding?

[a] More than one pair of electrons may be shared by the concerned atoms.

[b] The combining atoms may belong to the same element or different elements.

[c] The process of sharing electrons does not produce ions.

[b] All 1, 2 and 3

[d] The formation of sodium chloride (NaCl) from one atom of sodium (Na) and an atom
of chlorine (Cl) is an example.

Q.8) Which of the following is not a type of capillaries?
[a] Carotids

[b] Continuous

[c] Sinusoids

[d] Fenestrated

Q.9) Which of the following is/are characteristic of Positive mixtures?
1- Formed from materials such as gases or miscible liquids.
2- No input of energy is needed if the time of mixing is unlimited.
3-It includes emulsions, creams, and viscous suspensions.
[a] 1 and 3 Only

[b] 2 and 3 Only

[c] All 1, 2 and 3

[d] 1 and 2 Only

Q.10) Which of the following is/are the Principles of Drug Dispensing?
1-Dispense medications when it is in the best interest of the client.
2-Dispense medications can be dispensed to both clients who are under your care or not.
[a] Only 1

[b] Both 1 and 2

[c] Neither 1 nor 2

[d] Only 2

Q.11) Which of the following correctly depicts the equation for determining the rate of filtration?

Given V=Volume of filtrate, A=Filter area, W= Weight of dry cake solids, R= Resistant of filter medium & filter, T=time, P= tpta; pressue drop through cake & filter media, µ= Filtrate viscosity, a= Average specific Cake resistant

[a] dV/dT= AP/ [µ (aW+ R) ]

[b] dV/dT= AP/ [µ (aW/A × R) ]

[c] dV/dT= AP/ [µ (a W/A +R) ]

[d] dV/dT= AP/ [µ (aW- R) ]

Q.12) According to the Medicinal and Toilet Preparations Act 1955, the punishment for connivance at offences shall be imprisonment for a term which may extend to , or with fine which may extend to or with both.
Mark the correct option.
[a] One year and two thousand rupees.

[b] Eight months and one thousand rupees.

[c] Six months and five hundred rupees.

[d] Nine months and fifteen hundred rupees.

Q.13) Which of the following is/are the characteristics of Biphasic Liquid Dosage Forms?
1-It contains two phases which are undissolved drug and the solvent system.
2-The need for Biphasic Liquid Dosage forms arises when the medicaments are poorly
soluble in the solvent medium.
3-Elixirs and Syrups are common examples of Biphasic Liquid Dosage Forms.
[1] 2 and 3 Only

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] All 1, 2 and 3

[d] 1 and 2 Only

Q.14) The type of metrology in which part measurement is replaced by process measurement using techniques such as 3D error compensation is __.
[a] Prototype

[b] Dynamic

[c] Legal

[d] Deterministic

Q.15) Which of the following is/are the key principles of a Damage Assessment Survey?
1-Listen
2-Understand
3-Look
4-Action.
[a] Only 2, 3 and 4

[b] Only 1, 2 and 3

[c] Only 1, 2 and 4

[d] All 1, 2, 3 and 4

Q.16) Which type of toxic agents are neither created nor destroyed by humans?
[a] Pesticides

[b] Furans

[c] Heavy Metals

[d] Solvents

Q.17) As per the FDA, the suspected adverse drug reaction for a new drug should be documented within how many years of its entry into the market?
[a] Three

[b] One

[c] Four

[d] Five

Q.18) Which of the following is incorrect about the properties of Hydrocarbons?
[a] Immiscible in water

[b] Nonpolar

[c] weak intermolecular forces

[d] High solubility in water

Q.19) __ is not a type of a laxative which are the drugs that promote the evacuation of bowels and used in constipation.
[a] Senna

[b] Lactulose

[c] Loperamide

[d] Docusate

Q.20) The Pharmacy Council of India’s elected and nominated members shall hold office for a
period of how many years?
[a] 6 years

[b] 2 years

[c] 3 years

[d] 5 years

Q.21) Which of the following is/are true about the Reproductive Tract Infections?
1-These infections affect any organ of the reproductive tract in women.
2-Its incidences increase with increasing age.
3-It may result in chronic lower abdominal pain, backache, dysmenorrhea etc.
[a] Only 1

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] Only 2

[d] Only 2 and 3

Q.22) Which of the following is/are true about the Toxin?
1-It is a toxic substance that has produced naturally.
2-Dioxin produced as a by-product of certain chlorinated chemicals is a toxin.
[a] Only 1

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Only 2

[d] Both 1 and 2

Q.23) Arrange the following in the decreasing order of their bioavailability and mark the correct
answer.
Compressed tablets, Solution, Capsules, Suspension.
[a] Solution > Compressed tablets > Suspension > Capsules

[b] Solution > Suspension > Capsules > Compressed tablets

[c] Suspension > Capsules > Solutions > Compressed tablets

[d] Capsules > Solutions > Compressed tablets > Suspension

Q.24) Which of the given disease is not caused by Fungi?
[a] Dhobi itch

[b] Ringworm

[c] Filariasis

[d] Athlete’s foot

Q.25) Meninges are three thin membranes that protect the Central Nervous System. Which of the following is not one of them?
[a] Dura mater

[b] Median sulcus

[c] Pia mater

[d] Arachnoid membrane

Q.26) Which of the following is/are the characteristic of Pharmaceutic drug-drug interactions?
1-It is a physicochemical interaction that occurs when drugs are mixed with I.V. infusions
causing precipitation or inactivation of active principles before it is administered.
2-These drug-drug interactions occur when interacting drugs have either additive effects or
opposing effects.
[a] Only 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Only 1

[d] Both 1 and 2

Q.27) Which of the following is/are the features of White Mould?
1-Theses mould produce white mycelium.
2-They grow within the cheese.
3-Its typical examples are Pen. candidum and Pen. caseiocolum.
[a] 2 and 3 Only

[b] 1 and 2 Only

[c] 1 and 3 Only

[d] All 1, 2 and 3

Q.28) As per the Medicinal and Toilet Preparations Act 1955, Which of the following does not refer to the definition of ‘Opium’?
1-The capsules of the poppy, whether in their original form or cut, crushed or powdered and
whether or not juice has been extracted therefrom.
2-Morphine, that is, the principal alkaloid of opium having the chemical formula C17H19NO3,
and its salts and derivatives.
[a] Neither 1 nor 2

[b] Only 1

[c] Both 1 and 2

[d] Only 2

Q.29) Which of the following is/are incorrect about the Prosthetic Group?
1-It is a coenzyme or metal ion that is tightly or even covalently bonded to the enzyme
protein.
2-The binding of the prosthetic group with the enzyme is temporary.
[a] Both 1 and 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Only 2

[d] Only 1

Q.30) Which of the following is an acute form of exudative inflammation in which enzymes
produced by white blood cells cause liquefaction of the affected tissues resulting in the
formation of pus?
[a] Serous inflammation

[b] Suppurative inflammation

[c] Fibrinous inflammation

[d] Ulcerative inflammation

Q.31) Which of the following diseases falls under the non-communicable diseases?
1-Diabetes
2-Cancer
2-Rheumatic fever
4-Leprosy
[a] 1, 2 and 3 Only

[b] 2, 3 and 4 Only

[c] 1, 3 and 4 Only

[d] All 1, 2, 3 and 4

Q.32) Match the following organ with their primary function & mark the correct answer.

1. Pineal Gland calcium levelsA. Control tissue metabolic rate & regulates
2. Thyroid GlandB. Controls maturation of lymphocytes
3. ThymusC. adjust water ba;ance, tissue metabolism, cardiovascular & respiratory activity
4. adrenal Glands night rhythmsD. Control timing of reproduction & set day

[a]  1-D, 2-A, 3-B, 4-C

[b] 1-B, 2-D, 3-C, 4-A

[c] 1-A, 2-C, 3-D, 4-B

[d] 1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D

Q.33) Match the following  & mark the correct answer

1. AlcoholA. Peracetic acid
2. ColorantsB. Ethanol
3. PeroxidesC. Chlorhexidine
4. BiguanidesD. Ethacridine lactate

[a]  1-D, 2-A, 3-B, 4-C

[b] 1-B, 2-D, 3-A, 4-C

[c] 1-A, 2-C, 3-D, 4-B

[d] 1-C, 2-A, 3-B, 4-D

Q.34) Which of the following is/are the Accessory Organs of the Digestive system?
1-Small intestine
2-Liver
3-Pancreas
4-Gallbladder
[a] All 1, 2, 3 and 4

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] 2, 3 and 4 Only

[d] 1, 2 and 3 Only

Q.35) Which of the following options is not a type of Bulk Powders used for external use?
[a] Cachets

[b]Douche powders

[c] Insufflation

[d] Snuffs

Q.36) Which of the following are long thin, cylindrical rods, usually 1 to 2 μm in diameter found in
the skeletal muscle?
[a] Skeletal Muscle Fiber

[b] Sarcoplasm

[c] Myofibrils

[d] Sarcolemma

Q.37) What is the optimum temperature of most enzymes?
[a] 57 degree Celsius

[b] 37 degree Celsius

[c] 47 degree Celsius

[d] 67 degree Celsius

Q.38) Which of the following is true about the elected members of the Pharmacy Council of India?
1-Five members elected by the University Grant Commission (U.G.C)
2-One member elected by State Council, who shall be a registered Pharmacist.
3-Two members elected by Medical Council of India.
[a] Only 1 and 2

[b] Only 2

[c] Only 1

[d] Only 1 and 3

Q.39) Which of the following correctly defines Pharmacognosy?
[a] it describes the medical treatments that are used instead of traditional therapies.

[b] It employs treatment modalities such as purification, palliation, exercises and diets.

[c] Branch of pharmacy which plays key role in new drug discovery and development by
using natural products.

[d] It treats a patient with diet, massages, surgery and pharmacotherapy.

Q.40) Which of the following is/are correct about the Ectoparasites?
1-These parasites live on the interior of animals and humans.
2- Lice and scabies mites are some of the common examples.
 [a] Both 1 and 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Only 1

[d] Only 2

Q.41) Which of the following type of chemical reaction is depicted here

NaCl + AgNO3 → NaNO3 + AgCl

[a] Displacement

[b] Double decomposition

[c] Simple Decomposition

[d] Simple Combination

Q.42) __ is a small box-like structure situated in the neck, anterior to esophagus and supported
by Thyroid, Cricoid and Arytenoid cartilage.
[a] Pharynx

[b] Bronchus

[c] Larynx

[d] Trachea

Q.43) Which of the following is not a feature of Drum Dryer?
[a] The product obtained is completely dried and is in the final form.

[b] Heating time is short being only a few seconds.

[c] This method gives rapid heat drying and mass transfer

[d] Loading and unloading can be done without losses.

Q.44) Which of the following is/are the characteristic of Fractional Distillation?
1-It is used to separate mixtures of liquids that have similar boiling points.
2- It is used to obtain essential oils and herbal distillates from several aromatic herbs.
[a] Both 1 and 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Only 2

[d] Only 1

Q.45) Which of the following is a function of Management?
[a] It makes use of the conceptual and human skills.

[b] It decides what is to be done and when it is to be done.

[c] It is concerned with formulation of broad objectives, plans and policies.

[d] The decisions are influenced by the values, opinions, and beliefs of the managers.

Q.46) Which of the following is not a stage of Tableting?
[a] Dry Blending

[b] Coating

[c] Granulation

[d] Filtration

Q.47) Which of the given options is true about the use of Diuretics?
[a]Increase the rate of urine formation by the kidneys.
[b]decrease the amount of sodium and increase the amount of water in urine.
[a] Only 2

[b] Only 1

[c] Both 1 and 2

[d] Neither 1 nor 2

Q.48) What is the phase three of healing in uncomplicated surgical wounds?
[a] Inflammatory stage

[b] Healing stage

[c] Haemostasis stage

[d] Proliferation stage

Q.49) Which of the following is/are characteristic of Monosaccharides?
[a]They usually contain a 3-6 carbon atom chain with an aldehyde or a ketone group.
[b]They are highly soluble in water due to the presence of polar hydroxyl groups.
[c]They have high solubility in nonpolar solvents.
[a] 2 and 3 Only

[b] 1 and 2 Only

[c] All 1, 2 and 3

[d[ Only 2

Q.50) __ is a rare genetic disease due to the deficiency of a peroxisomal phytanoyl CoA
hydroxylase.
[a] Carnitine deficiency

[b] Refsum’s disease

[c] Zellweger Syndrome

[d] Gaucher’s disease

Q.51) Which type of toxicology is concerned with gathering toxicological information from animal
experimentation?
[a] Descriptive Toxicology

[b] Clinical Toxicology

[c] Regulatory Toxicology

[d] Occupational Toxicology

Q.52) According to the Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act 1985, the Consultative
committee constituted by the Central Government shall not exceed __ members.
[a] 25

[b] 20

[c] 35

[d] 30

Q.53) Match the following compounds of eye with their respective functions & mark the correct answer/

1. ScleraA. Refracts light more than any other part of the eyeball
2. CorneaB. contains relay neurons & sensory neurons that pass impulses along the optic nerve to brain
3. IrisC. Protects eyeball against mechanical damage
4. RetinaD. Changes the size of pupil controlling the amount of light passing to the inside of the eyeball.

[a] 1-C, 2-A, 3-D, 4-B

[b] 1-D, 2-C, 3-B, 4-A

[c] 1-C, 2-D, 3-A, 4-B

[d] 1-A, 2-B, 3-C, 4-D

Q.54) Which of the following statements is/are correct about the features of Enzymes?
1- Conjugated enzymes consist entirely of amino acids.
2- The complete biologically active conjugated enzyme is called Holoenzyme.
[a] Only 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Both 1 and 2

[d] Only 1

Q.55 __ anatomy describes groups of organs that function together for a single purpose.
[a] Cytology

[b] Surface

[c] Developmental

[d] Systemic

Q.56) Which of the dugs increase the production of bronchial secretion and reduce its viscosity to
facilitate its removal by coughing?
[a] Pharyngeal Demulcents

[b] Antitussives

[c] Expectorant

[d] Antihistaminics


Q.57) Which of the given concepts of health view it as a dynamic equilibrium between man and his
environment, and diseases as a maladjustment of the human organisms to the environment?
[a] Biomedical Concept

[b] Psychosocial Concept

[c] Holistic Concept

[d] Ecological Concept


Q.58) Which of the following is not a feature of Zopiclone drug acting on Central Nervous System?
[a] They produce depression of CNS in dose dependent manner.

[b] It is useful in short term management of insomnia.

[c] It exhibits anticonvulsant and sedative properties.

[d] It exhibits muscle relaxant properties.

Q.59) What is the function of the Insulin hormone found in the Pancreas?
[a] Aids in secretion of HCl by stomach

[b] Increases blood glucose by increasing glycogenolysis

[c] Inhibit acid secretion in stomach

[d] Decreases blood glucose, alters protein and lipid metabolism

Q.60) Which of the following components in tablets are intended to promote flow of granules or
powder material by reducing the friction between the particles?
[a] Diluents

[b] disintegrants

[c] Glidants

[d] Adhesives

Q.61) Match the following Environment exposures with the related human health effects.

1. UV ExposureA. Ischemic heart disease
2. AsbestosB. Melanoma
3. NoiseC. Insomnia
4. Second hand smoke exposureD. Mesothelioma

[a] 1-B, 2-D, 3-C, 4-A

[b] 1-D, 2-C, 3-B, 4-A

[c] 1-C, 2-D, 3-A, 4-B

[d] 1-A, 2-B, 3-C, 4-D

Q.62) Which of the following is/are the functions of Progesterone hormone?
1-Maintenance of uterine endometrium
2-Stimulation of mammary duct formation
3-Development and maintenance of female characteristics and behaviour
[a] 1 and 3 Only

[b] All 1, 2 and 3

[c] 1 and 2 Only

[d] 2 and 3 Only

Q.63) Which of the following is/are not the characteristic of Pre-Pathogenesis Phase?
1-This phase begins with the entry of the disease agent in the human host.
2-The factors that favour agent interaction with the human host exist in the environment.
3-The clinical signs and symptoms of the disease are absent.

[a] Only 1

[b] Only 1 and 3

[c] Only 2

[d] Only 2 and 3

Q.64) The structure of the sales organization depend(s) upon which of the following factors?
1-Methods of distribution adopted by the firm.
2-Personality of the sales manager

[a] Neither 1 nor 2

[b] Only 2

[c] Only 1

[d] Both 1 and 2

Q.65) Which of the following is a type of Oral Route used for drug administration?

[a] Intramedullary

[b] Intramuscular

[c] Sublingual Administration

[d] Subcutaneous

Q.66) Which of the following statements about the Nationalisation of Banks in India is incorrect?
1-On Jan 1st 1949, RBI was nationalized.

2-In 1955, the Imperial Bank of India was nationalized and named SBI.
3-On 19th July 1978, 14 major Indian commercial banks were nationalized.
4-On 15th April 1982, another Seven banks were nationalized.

[a] 3 and 4 Only

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] 2 and 4 Only

[d] 1 and 2 Only

Q.67) According to the Drug and Magic Remedies Act 1954, What is/are the penalties for whoever
contravenes the provisions of this Act?
1-In case of first conviction, with imprisonment which may extend to six months, or with fine,
or with both.
2-In case of subsequent conviction, with imprisonment which may extend to two years, or
with fine, or both.

[a] Neither 1 nor 2

[b] Only 1

[c] Both 1 and 2

[d] Only 2

Q.68) Which of the following is/are characteristic of Separate State Council which is a Provincial
Pharmacy Council?
1-Five members of whom at least three shall be possessing a degree/diploma in pharmacy or
be a registered Pharmacist nominated by the State Government.
2-Four members elected from amongst themselves by registered pharmacists of the State.
3-One member elected from amongst themselves by the members of each Medical Council
of the State.
[a] 1 and 2 Only

[b] Only 1

[c] 1 and 3 Only

[d] Only 3

Q.69) Which of the following is not included in the Local Application route of drug administration?
[a] Insertion

[b] Instillation

[c] Lotions

[d] Inhalation

Q.70) In which type of incompatibility, the chemical interaction can be minimized by addition or
substitution of one the reacting ingredients of prescription with another of equal therapeutic
value?
[a] Tolerated

[b] Physiological

[c] Immiscibility

[d] Adjusted

Q.71) __ are the fourth generation Cephalosporins used mainly in serious infections including
septicaemia, respiratory tract infections and infections acquired from hospitals.
[a] Cefepime

[b] Cefotaxime

[c] Cefazolin

[d] Ceftazidime

Q.72) In which of the following is the antimicrobial agent bactericidal in nature?
[a] Ethambutol

[b] Erythromycin

[c] Cephalosporins

[d] Chloramphenicol

Q.73) Energy-giving, bodybuilding, protective and regulatory functions refer to which type of Food
function?
[a] Physiological functions

[b] Social functions

[c] Psychological Function

[d] Cultural Functions


Q.74)  __ is the type of drug distribution system in which drugs are given to the patient from the
nursing station and the pharmacy supplies from the drug store.
[a] Combination of Individual Prescription & Floor Stock System

[b] Unit Dose System

[c] Floor Stock System

[d] Individual Prescription Order System

Q.75) When doses of a drug are repeated in quick succession, a reduction in response occurs
which is called __.
[a] Drug resistance

[b] Idiosyncrasy

[c] Tachyphylaxis

[d] Acquired tolerance

Q.76) Which of the following is/are incorrect about the functionality of Laxatives?
1-Bulking agents- makes the stool bigger which gives the child the urge to have a bowel
movement.
2-Osmotic Laxatives- soften the stool to make it easier for the child to push out.
[a] Only 2

[b] Neither 1 nor 2

[c] Both 1 and 2

[d] Only 1

Q.77) Which of the following types of the drugs dramatically affect perception, emotion and mental
process?
[a] Narcotic Analgesics

[b] Stimulants

[c] Depressants

[d] Hallucinogens

Q.78) Which of the given option is not an ideal property of Semi-solid Dosage Form?
[a] Non-dehydrating

[b] Rough texture

[c] Non-hygroscopic

[d] Non-greasy

Q.79) Which of the following is true regarding the Critical Aseptic Field?
[a] A workspace that is managed as a key part and utilised when key parts are large or
numerous.

[b] A workspace that promotes asepsis and is utilised when key parts can be easily
protected.

[c] A workspace that is always utilized when using a general aseptic field.

[d] A workspace that ensures the asepsis of key parts by utilising caps, sheaths and
packaging.

Q.80) Which of the recruitment tests measures the capacity and potentiality for learning the skills
required for the job?
[a] Job Tests

[b] Aptitude Tests

[c] Interest Tests

[d] Intelligence Tests

Q.81) Which of the following option is correct regarding the functions of Vitamin K?
 [a] It is a natural antioxidant.

[b] It plays an active role in calcium metabolism.

[c] It helps in forming different types of cells for different tissues and turnover.

[d] It is required for the synthesis of various proteins needed for the process of blood
clotting.

Q.82) __ are the substances that soften and moisturize the skin and decrease itching and
flaking.
[a] Glycosides

[b] Caustics

[c] Emollients

[d] Demulcents

Q.83) As per the legal aspects of a drug store, what is the temperature range required for the
storage of antibiotics, vitamin products, vaccines, sera, enzymatic preparations etc.?
[a] 2 to 8 degrees Celsius

[b] 9 to 10 degrees Celsius

[c] 20 to 30 degrees Celsius

[d] 12 to 15 degrees Celsius

Q.84) According to the Drugs and Cosmetics Act 1940, Which of the following does not fall under
the definition of Misbranded drugs?
[a] If it is an imitation of, or is a substitute for, another drug or resembles another drug in
a manner likely to deceive or bears upon it or upon its label or container the name of another
drug.

[b] If it is not labelled in the prescribed manner.

[c] if it’s so coloured, coated, powdered or polished that damage is concealed or if it is
made to appear of better or greater therapeutic value than it really is

[d] If its label/container or anything accompanying the drug bears any statement, design
or device which makes any false claim for the drug or is false or misleading in any particular.

Q.85) According to the classification of Antineoplastic Agents, which of the following does not fall
under the category of Antimetabolites?
[a] Purine Analogous

[b] Folic Acid Analogue

[c] Pyrimidine Analogues

[d] Aziridines

Q.86) Which of the following options correctly depict the Molecular formula of 2-Butanol?

[a] 1

[b] 2

[c] 3

[d] 4

Q.87) Which of the testing process defines a process used by drug manufacturers to determine if
bacterial toxins are present in vaccines and drugs that might cause fever when used on
humans?
[a] Sterility Test

[b] Pyrogen Testing

[c] Leakage Test

[d] Clarity Test

Q. 88) Which of the following correctly depicts the body surface area (BSA) of an individual which influences the concentration of drug in the body?

[a] BSA (m2)=BW(kg)0.889 × Height (cm)0.425 × 0.001232

[b] BSA (m2)=BW(kg)0.425 × Height (cm)0.725 × 0.007184

[c] BSA (m2)=BW(kg)0.925 × Height (cm)0.625 × 0.003399

[d] BSA (m2)=BW(kg)0.355 × Height (cm)0.525 × 0.004536

Q.89) Which of the following is/are the characteristics of Bronsted-Lowry-Acids and Bases?
1-It states that an acid is a proton donor, and a base is a proton acceptor.
2-It applies to only aqueous solutions.
3-It removes the role of solvent and allow bases like ammonia and fluoride ion to be
classified as bases as long as they bond to protons.
[a] All 1, 2 and 3

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] Only 3

[d] 2 and 3 Only

Q.90) Which of the following is/are the characteristic of Scheduled Banks in India?
1-These banks are included in the second schedule of the RBI Act 193
2- These banks are not always required to submit all the returns about their financial affairs to
the RBI.
3- These banks can get financial help from RBI by borrowing against approved securities or
discounting bills.
 [a] 1 and 3 Only

[b] All 1, 2 and 3

[c] Only 1

[d] 2 and 3 Only

Q.91) In which of the given options regarding the Product situation, the Personal Selling becomes
more effective and economical?
1-When a product is in the Maturity state of its life cycle and require creation of core demand.
2-When a product requires demonstration.
3-When product has no brand loyalty or very poor brand loyalty.
[a] 1 and 2 Only

[b] 1 and 3 Only

[c] all 1, 2 and 3

[d] 2 and 3 Only

Q.92) Which of the following is a part of Production Planning and Control?
[a] Cost Accounting

[b] Dividend decisions

[c] Scheduling

[d] Manpower planning

Q.93) __ is an example of Small Volume Parenterals which are the products in the containers
labeled as containing 100 mL or less of a single dose injection intended for administration?
[a] Dry Powders

[b] Electrolytes

[c] Fructose injection

[d] Invert Sugar injection

Q.94) __ is the process which involves soaking of the powdered crude drug with the menstruum
in a closed vessel for enough time for the menstruum to penetrate the cellular structure of
the crude drug and dissolve the soluble constituents.
[a] Extraction

[b] Percolation

[c] Maceration

[d] Infusion

Q.95) Which of the following is the correct definition of Bio Ethics?
[a] The ethical principles or codes designed for a medical profession.

[b] It refers to the study of moral beliefs of the people.

[c] It deals with origin of ethical principles that govern the specification of right and
wrong behavior.

[d] These are the ethical principles or codes for maintaining normal livelihood.

Q.96) What is the minimum area which is required to start a retail drug store?
[a] 10 sq. meter

[b] 30 sq. meter

[c] 100 sq. meter

[d] 50 sq. meter

Q.97) Which of the following is/are the types of Dispensed preparations?
1-Elixirs
2-Nasal drops
3-Granules
[a] All 1, 2 and 3

[b] Only 2

[c] Only 1 and 3

[d] Only 2 and 3

Q.98) The skeleton in the human body makes up almost how much of a healthy body’s weight?
[a] one-third

[b] three-fourth

[c] one-fifth

[d] two-fourth

Q.99) Which of the following is not related to the sterilization by dry heat?
[a] Eliminates wet pack problems in humid climates.

[b] Leaves no chemical residue.

[c] Effective method as dry heat by conduction reaches all surfaces of instruments.

[d] Sterilization cycle time is shorter.

Q.100) Which of the given therapeutics pharmaceuticals mainly focuses on discovery, development
and commercialization of therapeutics for rare diseases with a focus on the RNA?
[a] Bioxcel Therapeutics

[b] Horizon Therapeutics

[c] Allogen Therapeutics [d] Arcturus Therapeutics

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