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1) Enteric coated tablets are meant for disintegration in
A) Stomach
B) Mouth
C) Intestine
D) None of the above

2) Active Immunity is induced by introduction of
A) Antigenic substances
B) Toxoids
C) Vaccines
D) Any of the above

3) An uncoated tablet must dissolve within
A) 30 minutes
B) 15 minutes
C) 45 minutes
D) 60 minutes

4) Toxoids are
A) Toxins isolated from microbes
B) Toxin treated with Formaldehyde
C) Suspension of microbes
D) None of the above

5) Fractional distillation is used for separating
A) Immiscible liquids
B) Miscible liquids
C) Volatile oils
D) Pyrogens

6) Sieve number 10 is having
A) 10 hole per square inch
B) 10 holes per linear inch
C) 10 hole per square Cm
D) 10 holes per linear Cm

7) Process of short successive maceration is known as
A) Soxhlation
B) Modified maceration
C) Percolation
D) Decoction

8) The gas used for fumigation
A) Ethylene
B) Nitrous Oxide
C) Sulphur di Oxide
D) Carbon di Oxide

9) Carbon-di-oxide is used as
A) Buffer
B) Acidifier
C) Respiratory stimulant
D) None of the above

10) Magnesium Sulphate is used as
A) Saline Purgative
B) Antacid
C) Adsorbent
D) Anti diarrheal

11) Which of the following is radio opaque compound
A) Barium Chloride A
B) Plaster of paris
C) Calcium Phosphate
D) Barium Sulphate

12) Limit Tests are performed in
A) Test Tube
B) Measuring cylinders
C) Nessler cylinders
D) Beakers

13) Normal saline contains
A) 0.9% w/v of Sodium Chloride
B) 0.9% w/w of Sodium Chloride
C) 9% w/v of Sodium Chloride
D) 5% w/v of Sodium Chloride

14) As per WHO formula ORS contains
A) NaCl, Sodium Bicarb., Dextrose
B) NaCl, KCI, Dextrose
C) NaCl, KCI, Sodium Bicarb, Dextrose
D) NaCl, KCI, Trisodium Citrate dihydrate, Glucose anhydrous

15) Increased SGOT is indicative of
A) Liver disorders
B) Rickets
C) Heart attack
D) Alcoholism

16) Normal fasting value of the glucose in blood is
A) less than 50 mg/dL
B) less than 100 mg/dL
C) Between 120 – 160 mg/dL
D) Between 100 – 140 mg/dL

17) 1 grain is equivalent to
A) 1 gram
B) 100 mg
C) 60 mg
D) 1 mg

18) How many Pints make one Gallon
A) Two
B) Eight
C) Ten
D) Twelve

19) Cool place means
A) Room Temperature
B) Zero degree temperature
C) Temperature between 2 to 8 degree Celsius
D) Temperature between 8 to 15 degree Celsius

20) Suspension cannot be administered by
A) intravenous route
B) Intradermal route
C) Subcutaneous route
D) Intramuscular route

21) Pessaries are introduced into
A) Rectum
B) Vagina
C) Nose
D) Ear

22) Concentration of Sugar in Simple Syrup IP IS
A) 85% W/V
B) 66.7% W/V
C) 66.7%W/W
D) 40% W/V

23) Latin term for taking a drug two times a day IS
A) b.i.d.
B) t.i.d.
C) q.i.d.
D) s.o.s.

24) Pyrogenic water causes
A) Rise of body temperature
B) Decrease in body temperature
C) Growth of microbes
D) increased toxicity of the drug

25) Example of female contraceptive is
A) Cortisone
B) Estradiol
C) Norethindrone
D) Progesterone

26) Acetyl Salicylic Acid is commonly known as
A) Phenacetin
B) Paracetamol
C) Aspirin
D) Naproxen

27) Naturally occurring alkaloid used in Glaucoma is
A) Pilocarpine
B) Ephedrine
C) Cocaine
D) Neostigmine

28) Which of the following hormone contains Iodine
A) Thyroxine
B) Insulin
C) Testosterone
D) Adrenaline

29) How many doses of medicine a passenger coming from foreign country can carry with him ?
A) 30
B) 60
C) 100
D) 150

30) The list of drugs to be sold on the prescription of Registered Medical Practitioner only are contained in
A) Schedule H
B) Schedule G
C) Schedule J
D) Schedule C

31) Drug containing any filthy, putrid or decomposed substance is called
A) Spurious drug
B) Adulterated drug
C) Misbranded drug
D) Substandard drug

32) The Education Regulations are prescribed by
A) Central Government
B) Pharmacy Council of India
C) Ministry of Education
D) State Government

33) The number of hours of practical training required before registration as a pharmacist is
A) 500 hours to be covered in not less than 3 months
B) 750 hours to be covered in not less than 3 months
C) 1000 hours to be covered in not less than 6 months
D) 300 hours to be covered in not less than 3 months

34) Entry from Journal to Ledger is called
A) Posting
B) Transfer
C) Recording
D) Journalising

35) VED stands for
A) Vital Essential Desirable
B) Very Essential Drugs
C) Very Economic Drugs
D) Vital Essential Drugs

36) Drugs which can be sold without prescription of RMP are called
A) Ethicaldrugs
B) OTC drugs
C) Non-prescription drugs
D) Promotional drugs

37) Surgical gauge is checked for following standards
A) Yarn number
B) Threads per stated length
C) Weight per unit area
D) All of the above

38) Where is Govt. Opium factory situated
A) Ghazipur (UP)
B) Neemuch (MP)
C) Bhopal
D) Both a and b

39) Ryle’s tube is used for
A) Feeding
B) Gastric lavage
C) Removing poison from stomach
D) All of the above

40) Poisoning caused by Organophosphate compounds is treated with
A) Pethidine
B) Charcoal
C) Pralidoxime
D) Caffeine

41) How many samples of a product are required to be taken by the Drugs Inspector
A) Four
B) Three
C) Six
D) Two

42) DPT vaccine provides protection against
A) Diphtheria, Whooping cough and Tetanus
B) Diphtheria, Polio and Tetanus
C) Diarrhoea, Pertussis and Toxoids
D) None of the above

43) Which of the following compound is radio opaque
A) Barium Chloride
B) Barium Sulphate
C) Magnesium Sulphate
D) Magnesium Carbonate

44) 1% W/V NaCl solution means
A) 1 gram in 100 ml of solution
B) 1 gram in 100 grams of solution
C) 1 gram in 1 litre of solution
D) 1 mole NaCl in 100 ml of solution

45) Usual temperature specified for storage of biological products is
A) Below 2 degree Celsius
B) Room temperature
C) Between 2 to 8 degree Celsius
D) Between 8 to 15 degree Celsius

46) Which of the following is an antioxidant?
A) NaCl
B) Boric Acid
D) Sodium Metabisulfite

47) Which of the following is an example of naturally occurring emulsion
A) Egg yolk
B) Latex
C) Milk
D) Sugarcane juice

48) Arjun bark is used as
A) Cardiotonic
B) Carminative
C) Laxative
D) Antipyretic

49) Which of the following can be used as analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory?
A) Aspirin
B) Naproxen
C) Indomethacin
D) Sulindac

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