Himachal Pradesh Teacher Eligibility Test 2012 (Medical)

By | July 8, 2017
  1. Which amongst U, Po and Am is not a transuranic element? – Rn
  1. The element with highest electro negativity in the periodic table is – Fluorine
  1. 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

  1. Which amongst PH3, AICI3, C3H8, C2H2 have a triple covalent bond? – C2H2
  1. The formula of silver phosphate is –Ag3PO4
  1. aFe2O3 + bH2—> cFe+dH2O a, b, c and d are – 1,3,2,3
  1. The property of an atom to form a bond with itself is known as – Catenation
  1. The formula of Oleum is – H2S2O7
  1. 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 C6H12Owill not conduct electricity? – C6H12O6

  1. A clinical thermometer is calibrated from –35°C to 42°C
  1. The process of reduction involves –Gain of electrons

14.The monomer of natural rubber is – Isoprene

  1. 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

  1. Sodium carbonate is prepared  by –Solvay’s process
  1. Butane and Isobutene are –Isomers
  1. The allotrope of carbon which is a good conductor of heat and electricity –Graphite
  1. Which amongst H2SO4, CH3COOH, H3PO4and H2CO3 is monobasic acid? – CH3COOH
  1. pH of tomato juice is 4 that means it is –Acid
  1. NaOH+HNO3 — NaNO3+H2O is a –neutralization reaction
  1. Scattering of light by colloidal particles is known as –Tyndall effect
  1. The first person to see a cell under the microscope was –Robert Hooke
  1. N2fixation is leguminous plants is done by – Rhizobium bacteria
  1. 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

  1. The process of obtaining nutrition by feeding on dead and decaying matter is called –Saprotrophic nutrition
  1. Living partnership between a fungus and an alga is –Lichen
  1. The gas exchanging structures in plants are – Lenticels & Stomata
  1. The absorbed Water and Minerals are transported to other parts of the plant by a network of tubes called –Xylem
  1. Evaporation of water molecules in the from of water vapors from plant surface especially leaves is called –Transpiration
  1. 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
  1. Yeast reproduces by – Budding
  1. Fruit is the growth of – Fertilized ovary
  1. Tropical rain forests have – Good rainfall
  1. In the soil profile, the lowest horizon is of –Bed-rock
  1. Corbett National Park was declared in –1935
  1. Bryophyllum reproduces through its –Leaves
  1. A plants cell differs from an animal cell in having –Cell wall
  1. The number of chromosomes reduces to half its original number in –Meiosis
  1. Outermost green colored whorl of a flower is called –Calyx
  1. Transfer of pollen grains from another to stigma in flower is known as –Pollination
  1. Which amongst wheat and gram grow well in loamy and clayey soils? –Both
  1. The product of photosynthesis is –Glucose
  1. Which amongst pitcher plant, leguminous plant, green plant and Amarbel is an insectivorous plant? –Pitcher plant
  1. Green colored pigment present in plants is – Chlorophyll
  1. The process  of photosynthesis utilizes these as catalysts –Sunlight, Chlorophyll
  1. Among photosynthesis, transpiration and Respiration which phenomenon takes place in plants? –All of the above
  1. Which is the reproductive organ of cacti? – Stem
  1. Which organism is called Nature’s Ploughman? –Earthworm
  1. Ovules in a flower’s ovary after fertilization turn into –Seeds
  1. The removal of top soil by agents such as wind and water is called –Soil erosion
  1. The medicines used to kill or stop the growth of disease causing microorganisms are called –Antibiotics
  1. Carrier of Malaria causing protozoan is –Female anopheles mosquito
  1. When a disease causing microbe enters our body the body produces ____to fight the invader.– Antibody
  1. Organisms giving birth to young ones are called –Viviparous
  1. Adrenal gland is situated –On the top of kidneys
  1. “Salk” vaccine is used for vaccination against –Polio
  1. Incisor tooth is meant for – Biting and cutting
  1. Pulse beat is measured from –Artery
  1. Which is called the powerhouse of the cell? –Mitochondria
  1. Blood coagulation disorders are caused by the deficiency of –Vitamin K
  1. Cranial nerves are ____ in number. –24
  1. Among frog, polar bear and Ox which animal does not hibernate? –Ox
  1. Interlinked food chains make up –Food web
  1. There is _____number of Lumber vertebrae in humans. –5
  1. Dental formula for an adult human is –2123/2123
  1. Female sex chromosomes are –XX
  1. Edward Jenner discovered the vaccine for – Small pox
  1. Rearing of animals on large scale is called –Animal husbandry
  1. Voice box is the common name for –Larynx
  1. Bile is formed in –Liver
  1. The other name for a fertilized egg is –Zygote
  1. Louis Pasteur discovered ____in 1857. –Fermentation
  1. Which animal has become extinct recently – Mammoth
  1. Which is a vestigial organ in the human body? –Appendix
  1. Heart sounds are –Lub-Dub
  1. Trachea divides into –Bronchi
  1. Which microorganism promotes the formation of curd? –Lactobacillus
  1. Disease causing microorganisms are called –Pathogens
  1. Diseases which spread through air, water, food or physical contact are –Communicable disease
  1. The disease Hepatitis B is caused by –Virus
  1. Psychology is the science of –Behavior
  1. Logos mean knowledge and psyche means –Soul
  1. A child is born with some –Innate drives
  1. How far does the mutual relationship of parents influence child’s personality? –Largely
  1. Which is the method of socialization? – Punishment & Reward
  1. Agirl is not happy after marriage because her socialization remains – Incomplete
  1. The emotions of the child during the infancy are – Mainly egoistic and untrained
  1. The primary task of the teacher is –To stimulate & guide students learning
  1. The extent to which a test actually measure, what is claims to measure is its– Validity
  1. As the infant grows his mental ability –Increases
  1. Hull’s system is called a need reduction theory as opposed to cognitive theory. Who opined this? –Tolman
  1. The term “development task” was popularized by –Havighurst
  1. The habit of smoking in students cannot be the result of –Inoculation
  1. The child is referred to as an infant from –Birth to onset of speech
  1. Pedagogy refers to –Strategies of instructions
  1. S. Hollingsworth is associated with her work on – Gifted children
  1. The term “mental hygiene” was given by –C.W. Bears
  1. Education psychology is concerned with –The learner, the learning process & the learning situation
  1. The oldest method in psychology is –Introspection
  1. Later childhood is also known as –Gang age
  1. A good teacher should know or anticipate the concurrence of plateau– Yes
  1. A child in school is called a problem child when –He suggests useful approach to teacher when he is explaining any problem.
  1. Why are curricular activities used in teaching? –To assist the teacher
  1. Education provided to the child by the school is –formal
  1. Psychoanalysis was propounded by –S. Freud
  1. Considering punishment as an insult, how do adolescents react to it? –Fear it very much
  1. Tolman called his theoretical views as –Purposive
  1. What is the “Bell” in Pavlov’s classical conditioning? –US
  1. School comes in socialization of a child –After family
  1. Children sensitive to being wet are –Easy to night-training
  1. Halley’s comet appears once in –76 years
  1. Which is the longest bone in human skeletal system? –Femur
  1. “Pygmies” are the tribes of –Zaire
  1. The hottest place on earth is in –Libya
  1. The time interval between a high tide and a low tide is –6 hrs. 13 min.
  1. The world famous Khajuraho temple was built by –Chandelas
  1. Who wrote “Shahnama”? –Firdausi
  1. Pollutant from motor cars exhaust that causes mental disease is –Lead
  1. Formation of ozone hole is maximum over –Antarctica
  1. The French Revolution broke out in –1789
  1. The 1857 uprising did not take place at –Madras
  1. The All India Muslim League was founded in the year –1906
  1. Mahatma Gandhi’s first experience with mass movement in India was at –Champaran
  1. Vande Mataram was written by –Bankim Chandra Chatterjee
  1. The Kaziranga National Park is situated in –Assam
  1. Jatakas are the stories of the previous birth of –Buddha
  1. The Indian Board of Wildlife was constituted in –1952
  1. Name of the island of India which is an active volcano –Barren island
  1. Which State is the southern neighbor of Jammu & Kashmir? – Himachal Pradesh
  1. A cyclone has low pressure area in the centre. –Yes
  1. The origin of Beas is in– Beas Kund
  1. The largest glacier in Himachal Pradesh is– Bara Shigri
  1. Who was founder of Chamba?– Meru Varman
  1. Pathankot to Mandi is a NH of number –20
  1. India’s first F1 racing track is  situated in– Greater Noida
  1. Among Chandra, Maan Khad, Baira and Seer Khad which one is a tributary of Beas river? –Maan Khad
  1. The most literate district in H.P. is– Hamirpur
  1. When Gandhiji visited Shimla? –1921
  1. “H.P. Area and Languages” written by– Dr. Y.S. Parmar
  1. The infamous 2G scam is related with –Telecommunication
  1. Among Bromine, Carbon, Sulphur, Chlorine which non-metal occur in liquid form at room temperature? –Bromine
  1. Soaps are sodium salts of –Fatty acids
  1. CO2turns lime water milky due to the formation of – CaCo3
  1. The property of metals by virtue of which it can be drawn into wires is called –Sulphurous acid
  1. The property of metals by virtue of which it can be drawn into wires is called –Ductility
  1. An element “X” has twelve protons in its nucleus. To which group of the periodic table it will belong? –2

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