Sepoy Pharma Solved Question Paper 2023

Sepoy Pharma (Indian Army) Paper 2023 with Answer Key

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Memory Based-

Q.1)     Entering coated tablets are meant for disintegrade in

[a]       Stomach

[b]       Mouth

*[c]     Intestine

[d]       None of the above

Q.2)     The root world of prescription is

*[a]     To write before

[b]       To write about patient symptoms

[c]       To advise patient

[d]       To give order

Q.3)     Disting powders are sterilized by

*[a]     Dry Heat sterilization

[b]       Moist heat sterilization

[c]       Radiation

[d]       Heating with a bactericide

Q.4)     Biological and special products are comes under scheduled of drug and cosmetic act

[a]       P

*[b]     C & C1

[c]       R

[d]       S

Q.5)     Latin term ‘Pulvis’ means

*[a]     Powder

[b]       Drop

[c]       Ointment

[d]       Mouthwash

Q.6)     Which of the following is Non-parental type of glass

[a]       Type I GLASS

[b]       Type II GLASS

[c]       Type III GLASS

*[d] Type IV GLASS

Q.7)     Which of the following is a parenteral anticoagulant?

*[a]     heparin

[b]       WarfarIN

[c]       Phenindione

[d]       Thalidomide

Q.8)     How many pharmacist are required for 50 bed hospitals

[a]       4

[b]       2

[c]       5

*[d] 3

Q.9)     Karl-fresher titration is commonly used for the determination of

*[a]     Moisture

[b]       Protein

[c]       Nitrogen

[d]       Oxygen

Q.10)   ___ of bioavailability when the drug is given by intravenous route

*[a] 100 %

[b]       50 %

[c]       75 %

[d]       65 %

Q.11)   Which one of the following vitamin is synthesized by bacteria in the intestine

*[a]     vitamin K

[b]       Vitamin A

[c]       Vitamin D

[d]       Vitamin E

Q.12)   Which of the following is the largest size of gelatin capsule

*[a] 000

[b]       00

[c]       5

[d]       0

Q.13)   Which of the following is not an OTC Drug

[a]       Aspirin

[b]       Paracetamol

*[c]  ciprofloxacin

[d]       Vitamin

Q.14)   Increased heart rate is termed as

*[a] tachycardia

[b]       Bradycardia

[c]       Hypothermia

[d]       Hypotension

Q.15)   Chewable tablets are prepared by

*[a]  Wet granulation

[b]       Dry granulation

[c]       Lyophilization

[d]       Lamination

Q.16)   Schedule G drug label must contain the text

[a]       Warning

[b]       NRx

*[c] Caution

[d]       X

Q.17)   Which of the following is Non-essential amino acid

[a]       Lysine

[b]       Methionine

*[c] Cysteine

[d]       Valine

Q.18)   Yellow fever is a

*[a] viral disease

[b]       Bacterial disease

[c]       Non communicable disease

[d]       Hereditary disease

Q.19)   Gaseous exchange and transport between lungs and blood is carried out through

*[a] erythrocyte

[b]       Lymphocyte

[c]       Neutrophil

[d]       Basophil

Q.20)   Which type of route of Drug Administration is preferred in a emergency

*[a] Intravenous route

[b]       Inter muscular

[c]       Subcutaneous

[d]       Oral

Q.21)   Which of the following causative organism of Tuberculosis

*[a] M. bovis

[b]       M. leprae

[c]       M. avium

[d]       M. smegmatis

Q.22)   Which of the following loop diuretic used as anti hypertensive

*[a] Furosemide

[b]       Chlorthalidone

[c]       Amiloride

[d]       Spironolactone

Q.23)   Which of the following is not a systemic route of drug administration

[a]       Inter muscular

*[b] topical

[c]       Intravenous

[d]       Subcutaneous

Q.24)   The agent which is used to disintegrate the tablets

[a]       Lubricant

[b]       Glidant

[c]       Bee wax

*[d]     Disintegrating agent

Q.25)   Family of curcuma

[a]       Leguminoceae

[b]       Aposynaceae

[c]       Solanaceae

*[d] Zinziberaceae

Q.26)   Zinc oxide Powder is sterilized by

[a]       Autoclave

*[b] hot air oven

[c]       Filtration

[d]       Radiation

Q.27)   Nitro glycerine tablets should be dispensed in which type of the container

[a]       Plastic

[b]       Metal

[c]       Unit dose container

*[d] Glass container

Q.28)   Human tissue is sterilized by which method

[a]       Autoclaving

[b]       Dry Heat sterilization

*[c]     gamma radiations

[d]       Heating with bactericide

Q.29)   Ergometrine is a

*[a] Alkaloid

[b]       Tannin

[c]       Glycoside

[d]       Carbohydrate

Q.30)   Hospital pharmacy should be situated at which floor of the hospital

[a]       First floor

*[b] ground floor

[c]       Second floor

[d]       Outside the hospital

Q.31)   Which of the following carry the oxygenated blood from lungs to heart

*[a]     pulmonary Vein

[b] pulmonary artery

[c] Aorta

[d] superior vena cava

Q.32)   Presents of pus in urine indicate the disease of

*[a]     Pyuria

[b]       Polycystic kidney disease (PKD)

[c]       BPH

[d]       None

[S32] Pyuria is a condition in which you have pus in your pee.

Q.33)   Pharmacy act 1948 came into force for regulation of

*[a]     An Act to regulate the profession of pharmacy

[b]       To regulates the import, production, distribution, and sale of drugs and cosmetics in India

[c]       To regulates the import, production, distribution, and sale of medical device

[d]       to regulate UG courses

Q.34)   Bony bone structure of human body is

*[a]     Skeleton

[b]       Vascular

[c]       Muscular

[d]       Reproductive

Q.35)   Drug distribution does not depends on

[a]       volume of distribution

*[b]     Dosage form

[c]       rate of blood flow to the tissue

[d]       Plasma protein binding

Q.36)   A book to provide to provide standards of strength and purity for therapeutic drugs is

*[a]     Pharmacopoeia

[b]       EDL

[c]       Martindale

[d]       PDR (Physician Desk Reference)

Q.37)   Which of the following has a carminative action

*[a]     Pepperment

[b]       Quninine

[c]       Flavonoid

[d]       None

Q.38)   Proprietary medicine is also known as

*[a]     Patent Drug

[b]       Generic Drug

[c]       Non- Proprietary drug

[d]       Branded Drug 

[S38] Non-proprietary name is the name for the active ingredient in the medicine that is decided by an expert committee and is understood internationally. Thus, paracetamol/acetaminophen is the non-proprietary name (generic name) while rocin/Metacin/Meftal/Tylenol etc. are brand names.

All generic drugs have a brand name as well as a non-proprietary name but all drugs having a non-proprietary name (generic name) may not be generic drugs.

The patent for paracetamol expired in 2007 after which numerous generic versions have been developed and sold under various “brand names.” If one were to prescribe it only by the name “paracetamol” (generic name), it is up to the pharmacist to select and dispense a particular brand.

Q.39)   Nephrolithiasis is the term employed for the

*[a]     Kidney stone

[b]       Heart failure

[c]       Liver failure

[d]       CHF

Q.40)   RCI (Research Centre Imarat) is a premier laboratory of DRDO is situated at

*[a]     Hyderabad

[b]       New Delhi

[c]       Mumbai

[d]       Chennai

Q.41)   Aspirin is degraded by

*[a]     Hydrolysis

[b]       Acetylation

[c]       Ionisation

[d]       Conjugation

[S41] aspirin is known to undergo decomposition by hydrolysis into salicylic acid.

Q.42)   Essential method of Inventory is

*[a]     ABC Analysis

[b]       GMP

[c]       GLP

[d]       None

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