AIIMS Bhopal NO Question Paper & Answer Key 2018 Shift – II

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Q.1. Select the synonym of the given word FRAGILE

  1. Strong
  2. Tough
  3. Elastic
  4. Delicate


Correct Answer: – Delicate



Q.2. In the following question the given sentence has been divided in three parts. Select the part that has an error. If there is no error, select option “No error. The snakes in the pit/ were not highly active/ but poisonous also/ No error

  1. The snakes in the pit
  2. But poisonous also
  3. Were not highly active
  4. No error

Correct Answer: –  Were not highly active


Q.3. This is as well as not knowing………………….. they will arrive

  1. Before
  2. After
  3. When
  4. Until

Correct Answer: – When


Q.4. Select the phrase that gives the nearest meaning of the underlined words in the given sentence. It is very difficult to make him understand certain things as he has a particular mind set

  1. Get across
  2. Get along
  3. Get over
  4. Get away

Correct Answer: – Get across


Q.5. The value of 2 √(2+ √3)+ 2+√3√2+√3 -√4-2√3 lies between

  1. 3 and 4
  2. 2 and 3
  3. 4 and 5
  4. 5 and 6

Correct Answer: – 5 and 6


Q.6. A dealer buys an article listed at 750 and gets successive discounts of 10% and 20% on it. He spends 100 on its transportation. At what price should he selt it to earn a profit of 15%?

  1. 736
  2. 712
  3. 720
  4. 786

Correct Answer: –  736


Q.7. The sum of the surface areas of two spheres is 100 cm2 and the ratio of their volumes is 64:27. What is the sum of the radii of the spheres?

  1. 7 cm
  2. 2 cm
  3. 6 cm
  4. 8 cm

Correct Answer: – 7 cm


Q.8. If 3 sin 0+5 cos 0=5, then 15 sin 0-3 cos 0|= ?

  1. 5
  2. 5
  3. 3
  4. 5

Correct Answer: – 3


Q.9. During the Indian freedom struggle, the concept of satyagraha was used as a method of_____

  1. Using physical force to fight the oppressor
  2. Seeking destruction of the adversary
  3. Less-violent resistance
  4. Persuading the oppressor to see the truth

Correct Answer: – Persuading the oppressor to see the truth


Q.10. The aggregate of very small water droplets, ice crystals, or a mixture of both, with its base above the earth’s surface is known as

  1. Thunderstorm
  2. Cloud
  3. Dust storm
  4. Snow fall

Correct Answer: – Cloud


Q.11. Which one of the following is a communication satellite?

  1. KALPANA-1
  2. GSAT-17
  3. ScatSat-1
  4. SARAL

Correct Answer: – GSAT-17


Q.12. The acronym NCLT stands for ‘National ________ Law Tribunal”.

  1. Copyright
  2. Coastal
  3. Company
  4. Corporate

Correct Answer: – Company


Q.13. From the given options, select the word which can be formed using the letters of the given word. INTELLIGENCE

  1. Entrance
  2. Centre
  3. Teenage
  4. Gentle

Correct Answer: – Gentle


Q.14. Which of the following words will appear in second place when they are arranged alphabetically as per in an English dictionary?

  1. Admiral
  2. Admit
  3. Admire
  4. Admission

Correct Answer: – Admire


Q.15. Select the option that is related to the third term in the same way as the second term is related to the first term. FHJL: USQO::RTVX:?

  1. CEGH
  2. JHDB
  3. IGEC
  4. SUWV

Correct Answer: – IGEC


Q.16. Shaurya walks 3 km towards the east and them turns to his left and walks for 4 km. He again turns left and walks 6 km. How far (shortest distance) and in which direction is he now from his starting point?

  1. 5 km north-west
  2. 7 km north
  3. 5 km west
  4. 7 km north-east

Correct Answer: –  5 km north-west


Q.17 ________ is used to copy formatting styles of a selected text and apply to other texts in a word document

  1. Auto correct
  2. Format painter
  3. Mail merge
  4. Marco

Correct Answer: – Format painter


Q.18. A storage device, which loses data when power supply is stopped, is called ______memory

  1. Volatile
  2. Static
  3. Dynamic
  4. Secondary

Correct Answer: –  Volatile

Q.19. Press _______ to insert current date in a Excel worksheet

  1. Ctrl + \
  2. Ctrl+}
  3. Ctrl+;
  4. Ctrl+/

Correct Answer: –  Ctrl+;


Q.20. What is computer booting?

  1. Loading operating system into memory to make the computer system ready to use
  2. Defragmenting the hard disk drive
  3. Deleting the operating system
  4. Formatting the hard disk drive

Correct Answer: –  Loading operating system into memory to make the computer system ready to use


Q.21. Which among the following represents the most common type of accidents found in case of toddlers?

  1. Toxic ingestions
  2. Choking
  3. Drowning
  4. Burns

Correct Answer: – Burns


Q.22. The doctrine of informed consent deals with:

  1. Full disclosure of all relevant facts to the patient
  2. Informing higher authorities about the patient’s condition
  3. Notification of diseases
  4. Patient confidentiality

Correct Answer: –  Full disclosure of all relevant facts to the patient


Q.23. Group strength and group bonding that hold the group members together, thereby sustaining them, are together known as:

  1. Group structure
  2. Group goals
  3. Cohesiveness
  4. Temporal change

Correct Answer: – Cohesiveness


Q.24. Root values for knee jerk reflex are:

  1. L1 and L2
  2. S1 and S2
  3. L3 and L4
  4. S3 and S4

Correct Answer: – L3 and L4


Q.25. Latent phase, alert line and action line are terms used in the context of:

  1. Partograph
  2. Biophysical profile
  3. Amniocentesis
  4. Non stress test

Correct Answer: – Partograph


Q.26. Upper airway illness that results from swelling of the epiglottis and larynx is broadly called:

  1. Measles
  2. Rubella
  3. Croup
  4. Whooping cough

Correct Answer: – Croup  


Q.27. The single-most important technique of prevention of hospital-acquired infections is:

  1. Establishment of microbiological labs
  2. Surveillance system
  3. Sterilization
  4. Hand washing

Correct Answer: – Hand washing


Q.28. Protein synthesis is a function of:

  1. Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
  2. Rough endoplasmic reticulum
  3. Mitochondria
  4. Golgi apparatus

Correct Answer: – Rough endoplasmic reticulum


Q.29. The process that enables one to access a nurse or a physician via telephone or computer is called:

  1. Telehealth
  2. E-Medicine
  3. Quality assurance
  4. Distant consultation

Correct Answer: –  Telehealth


Q.30. The diagnostic statement should include:

  1. Etiology vital signs and medication
  2. Problem, aetiology and prescription
  3. Problem, aetiology, signs and symptoms
  4. Etiology, signs and symptoms and medication

Correct Answer: –  Problem, aetiology, signs and symptoms


Q.31. The endotoxic activity of the gram negative bacteria is due to:

  1. Cell wall
  2. Glycolipids
  3. Aminoglycosides
  4. Lipopolysaccharides

Correct Answer: – Lipopolysaccharides


Q.32. Which of the following is an example of sublimation?

  1. Blaming the teacher for failing in exams
  2. A woman has no memory of being sexually assaulted as a child
  3. Child starts bedwetting after the birth of sibling
  4. A young man who is dealing with aggression by playing football

Correct Answer: – A young man who is dealing with aggression by playing football


Q.33. Among the following, the event during pregnancy that requires immediate attention by the physician is:

  1. Backache
  2. Frequency of micturition
  3. Dependent pedal edema
  4. Bleeding per vagina

Correct Answer: – Bleeding per vagina


Q.34. The science of betterment of human race by application of the law of inheritance is called:

  1. Genetics
  2. Eugenics
  3. Euphenics
  4. Euthenics

Correct Answer: – Eugenics


Q.35. Eradication of unwanted habits by associating unpleasant condition with it is called:

  1. Biofeedback
  2. Desensitisation
  3. Aversive conditioning
  4. Classical conditioning

Correct Answer: – Aversive conditioning


Q.36. Body temperature in neonates is regulated mainly via:

  1. Warmth seeking behaviour
  2. Sweating
  3. Shivering
  4. Brown adipose tissue

Correct Answer: – Brown adipose tissue


Q.37. Which of the following catheters is NOT used for total parenteral nutrition?

  1. Swan-Ganz
  2. Hickman
  3. Groshong
  4. Broviac

Correct Answer: – Swan-Ganz


Q.38. Slow infusion of isotonic fluid into subcutaneous tissue is called:

  1. Dialysis
  2. Hypodermoclysis
  3. Plamapheresis
  4. Enteroclysis

Correct Answer: –  Hypodermoclysis


Q.39. _______ is acknowledged to be the first nursing theorist

  1. Florence Nightingale
  2. Linda Richards
  3. Isabel Hampton robb
  4. Mary breckenridge

Correct Answer: – Florence Nightingale


  1. __________ is a protein involved in forming the cytoskeleton.
  2. Actin
  3. Albumin
  4. Fibronectin
  5. Fibrin

Correct Answer: – Actin


Q.41. The concept of self-actualisation and the fifteen basic personality characteristics were described by:

  1. Jahoda
  2. Roger
  3. Maslow
  4. Meninger

Correct Answer: – Maslow


Q.42. Nursing care that is based on identifying and meeting the needs of a patient is called:

  1. Client-oriented
  2. Prioritisation
  3. Goal-oriented
  4. Target realization

Correct Answer: – Client-oriented


Q.43. The phenomenon at 8th week of gestation where pulsations are felt in the lateral fornices is called:

  1. Chadwick sign
  2. Goodell sign
  3. Osiander sign
  4. Hegar sign

Correct Answer: – Osiander sign


Q.44. The normal range of sodium in blood is:

  1. 135-145 mEq/mL
  2. 135-145 mEq/L
  3. 5-5.5 mEq/mL
  4. 5-5.5 mEq/L

Correct Answer: – 135-145 mEq/L


Q.45. Which of the following is NOT supposed to be demonstrated as a part of professionalism?

  1. Sense of duty
  2. Dishonesty
  3. Transparency
  4. Integrity

Correct Answer:- Dishonesty


Q.46. Which of the following was the first practical nursing school in the United States?

  1. Bellevue Hospital School of Nursing
  2. Thompson Practical Nursing School
  3. Household Nursing School
  4. Kaiserswerth School

Correct Answer: –  Bellevue Hospital School of Nursing


Q.47. The correct order of response to stress is:

  1. Resistance-alarm reaction-exhaustion
  2. Resistance- exhaustion- alarm reaction
  3. Alarm reaction- exhaustion-resistance
  4. Alarm reaction – resistance- exhaustion

Correct Answer: – Alarm reaction – resistance- exhaustion


  1. Clinical death is also known as:
  2. Brain death
  3. Accidental death
  4. Legal death
  5. Biological death

Correct Answer: – Brain death


Q.49. Which of the following is a retroperitoneal structure?

  1. Stomach
  2. Pancreas
  3. Kidney
  4. Spleen

Correct Answer: – Kidney


Q.50. Which of the following statement is true about nursing diagnosis?

  1. It predicts the prognosis
  2. It aids in the quality of care to meet the client’s needs
  3. It studies the cause and effect of the illness
  4. It identifies the disease

Correct Answer: – It aids in the quality of care to meet the client’s needs


Q.51. A mortality indicator among the following is:

  1. Prevalence rate
  2. Life expectancy at Birth
  3. Incidence rate
  4. Disability rate

Correct Answer: – Life expectancy at Birth


Q.52. Autoclaving is an example of:

  1. Moist heat
  2. Dry heat
  3. Biological agents
  4. Chemical agents

Correct Answer: –  Moist heat


Q.53. Efficiency of dry heat is tested using:

  1. Clostridium tetani
  2. Corynibacterium diphtheria
  3. Spores of mucor
  4. Bordetella pertussis

Correct Answer: – Clostridium tetani


Q.54. An individual’s ability to test assumptions about the word by empirical thoughts is called:

  1. Autonomy
  2. Reality perception
  3. Integration
  4. Positive attitude

Correct Answer: – Reality perception


Q.55. Skin turgor test is used to assess:

  1. Hydration status
  2. Level of pain
  3. Consciousness
  4. Infection

Correct Answer: – Hydration status


Q.56. A primigravida woman usually feels Braxton hicks contractions for the first time at around

  1. 4 weeks
  2. 8 weeks
  3. 16 weeks
  4. 24 weeks

Correct Answer: – 16 weeks  


Q.57. From the age of 1 to 3, the stage of development is called:

  1. Anal stage
  2. Genital stage
  3. Oral stage
  4. Phallic stage

Correct Answer: – Anal stage


Q.58. Which among the following is a criterion to classify a death as brain death?

  1. Presence of EEG activity
  2. Cessation of breathing
  3. Responsive to deep pain.
  4. Hypothermia

Correct Answer: – Cessation of breathing


Q.59. The ability of a person to readily recover from stressful situations is called:

  1. Mental freedom
  2. Androgyny
  3. Hardiness
  4. Resilience

Correct Answer: – Resilience


Q.60. Naegele’s rule is used for:

  1. Estimation
  2. Determining the expected date of delivery
  3. Counting foetal heart rate
  4. Evaluating amniotic fluid

Correct Answer: – Determining the expected date of delivery


Q.61. The single-most important indicator of cardio-respiratory function in a neonate is:

  1. Good cry
  2. Good skin colour
  3. Good muscle tone
  4. Good eye contact

Correct Answer: – Good skin colour

Q.62. Edematous area in the scalp of the new-born, as a result of prolonged labour, is called:

  1. Cephalhaematoma
  2. Caput succedaneum
  3. Intracranial bleeding
  4. Subdural hematoma

Correct Answer: – Caput succedaneum


Q.63. The function of pectoralis major muscle is:

  1. Flexion of elbow
  2. Adduction of arm
  3. Extension of elbow
  4. Abduction of arm

Correct Answer: – Adduction of arm


Q.64. Repetition of similar actions in similar circumstances is the definition of:

  1. Attitude
  2. Emotion
  3. Motivation
  4. Habit

Correct Answer: – Habit


Q.65. Severe asphyxia is indicated by an apgar score of:

  1. 3-5
  2. 5-7
  3. 0-3
  4. 7-9

Correct Answer: –  0-3


Q.66. Monday fever is the other name for:

  1. Asbestosis
  2. Byssinosis
  3. Silicosis
  4. Anthracosis

Correct Answer: – Byssinosis

Q.67. Diffusion through a cell membrane does NOT depend on:

  1. Kinetic energy of the particle
  2. Charge of the particle
  3. Concentration gradient
  4. Size of the particle

Correct Answer: – Kinetic energy of the particle


Q.68. The most common type of pelvis in females is:

  1. Platypelloid
  2. Anthropoid
  3. Android
  4. Gynaecoid

Correct Answer: – Gynaecoid


Q.69. The functional component of abducens nerve is

  1. General visceral efferent
  2. General somatic efferent
  3. Special afferent
  4. General somatic afferent

Correct Answer: – General somatic efferent


Q.70. Data that includes all the measurable and observable pieces of information is called as:

  1. Subjective data
  2. Hearsay data
  3. Objective data
  4. Documented data

Correct Answer: – Objective data


Q.71. Gleno-humeral joint is also called

  1. Shoulder joint
  2. Elbow joint
  3. Knee joint
  4. Hip joint

Correct Answer: – Shoulder joint

Q.72. Which of the following is NOT a method of providing regional anaesthesia?

  1. Spinal
  2. Intravenous
  3. Nerve block
  4. Epidural

Correct Answer: – Intravenous


Q.73. _____is an isotonic solution among the following

  1. 3% saline
  2. Half normal saline
  3. 10% dextrose
  4. Ringer’s solution

Correct Answer: – Ringer’s solution


Q.74. The guidelines recommended by the centre for disease control in 1987, which were updated in 1988, to prevent the transmission of AIDS, are called

  1. Hospital infection control
  2. Personal protection
  3. Central sterilisation
  4. Universal precautions

Correct Answer: – Universal precautions


Q.75. Most common type of meningitis that affects children less than 5 years is:

  1. Idiopathic meningitis
  2. Aseptic meningitis
  3. Bacterial meningitis
  4. Tuberculous meningitis

Correct Answer: – Bacterial meningitis


Q.76. The behavior of a diabetic person who eats sweets regularly is an indication of:

  1. Dislocation
  2. Fixation
  3. displacement
  4. Denial

Correct Answer: – Denial


Q.77. The entire transitional phase between sexual maturity and menopause is called:

  1. Menarche
  2. Puberty
  3. Thelarche
  4. Climacteric

Correct Answer: – Climacteric


Q.78. Fall-risk interventions do NOT include:

  1. Use of restraints
  2. Use of a night light
  3. Sedation of a patient
  4. Non-slip footwear

Correct Answer: – Sedation of a patient


Q.79. The major cause for childhood illness is:

  1. Malnutrition
  2. Accidents
  3. Infestation
  4. Infection

Correct Answer: – Malnutrition


Q.80. The systematic and continuous collection of data as part of the nursing process is called as:

  1. Nursing assessment
  2. Implementation
  3. Planning
  4. Nursing diagnosis

Correct Answer: – Nursing assessment


Q.81. The commission or omission of an act that a reasonably prudent person would have performed in a similar situation thus causing harm to another person is called:

  1. Negligence
  2. Libel
  3. Slander
  4. Assault

Correct Answer: – Negligence


Q.82. Elevated levels of antistreptolysin O are seen in:

  1. Subacute endocarditis
  2. Ventricular septal defect
  3. Rheumatic fever
  4. Cardiomyopathy

Correct Answer: – Rheumatic fever


Q.83. Lethal effect of moist heat is due to:

  1. Cutting off of nutrient supply
  2. Damage to DNA
  3. Denaturation of proteins
  4. Toxic to mitochondria

Correct Answer: – Denaturation of proteins


Q.84 __________is completely reabsorbed by the renal tubules.

  1. Creatinine
  2. Potassium
  3. Uric acid
  4. Glucose

Correct Answer: – Glucose


Q.85. Which of the following is a cyanotic heart disease?

  1. Atrial septal defect
  2. Patent ductus arteriosus
  3. Ventricular septal defect
  4. Tetralogy of Fallot

Correct Answer: – Tetralogy of Fallot


Q.86. The visual examination of the cervix and vagina by special instruments is called as:

  1. Colposcopy
  2. Hysteroscopy
  3. Laparoscopy
  4. Salpingoscopy

Correct Answer: – Colposcopy


Q.87. The cause for respiratory acidosis among the following is:

  1. Hyperventilation
  2. Excessive vomiting
  3. Respiratory obstruction
  4. Diabetic ketoacidosis

Correct Answer: – Respiratory obstruction


  1. An affective disorder among the following is
  2. Depression
  3. Alzheimer’s
  4. Phobia
  5. Delirium

Correct Answer: – Depression


Q.89. Which of the following is NOT a role played by a nurse?


  1. Educator
  2. Care provider
  3. Diagnostician
  4. Communicator

Correct Answer: – Diagnostician


Q.90. A chain of reporting from the individual with the ultimate authority at the top to the one with the least authority at the bottom is called:

  1. Requisite authority
  2. Unity of command
  3. Scalar chain
  4. Span of control

Correct Answer: – Scalar chain


Q.91. The system of evaluation where an employee is measured against his/her coworkers is called:

  1. Ranking
  2. Graphic records
  3. Critical incidents
  4. Reports

Correct Answer: – Ranking


Q.92. The phenomenon of mittelschmerz indicates:

  1. Menstruation
  2. Ovulation
  3. Implantation
  4. Fertilization

Correct Answer: – Ovulation


Q.93. The distance from the lower border of the pubic symphysis to sacral promontory is called:

  1. Oblique diameter
  2. Diagonal conjugate
  3. Transverse diameter
  4. Antero-posterior diameter

Correct Answer: – Diagonal conjugate


Q.94 ______are agents that prevent the multiplication of bacteria

  1. Disinfectants
  2. Bacteriostats
  3. Antiseptics
  4. Bactericides

Correct Answer: – Bacteriostats


Q.95. Quality and quantity of an individual’s inter-personal ties and extent of involvement with the community is known as:

  1. Mental dimension of health
  2. Physical dimension of health
  3. Spiritual dimension of health
  4. Social dimension of health

Correct Answer: – Social dimension of health


Q.96. Which of the following is NOT a precaution to be taken in case of a patient with a central IV line?

  1. Hand hygiene
  2. Skin antisepsis
  3. Optimal site selection
  4. Changing the line everyday

Correct Answer: – Changing the line everyday


Q.97. Uterus with depression at the fundus is called:

  1. Uterus didelphys
  2. Arcuate uterus
  3. Septate uterus
  4. Bicornuate

Correct Answer: – Arcuate uterus


Q.98. Complementary health care refers to:

  1. Doctor-patient relationship
  2. Healthcare delivered at home
  3. Alternate systems of medicine
  4. Healthcare given free of cost

Correct Answer: – Alternate systems of medicine


  1. Respite care refers to:
  2. Palliative care
  3. Rehabilitation
  4. Part-time supervision of patients with chronic conditions
  5. End-of-life care

Correct Answer: – Part-time supervision of patients with chronic conditions



Q.100. Carpopedal spasm indicates:

  1. Hypomagnesemia
  2. Hypokalemia
  3. Hypocalcemia
  4. Hyponatremia

Correct Answer: – Hypocalcemia


Q.101. Red blood cells are synthesised in the embryonic life in the:

  1. Red bone marrow
  2. Yellow bone marrow
  3. Yolk sac
  4. Kidneys

Correct Answer: – Yolk sac


Q.102. Laboratory tests for pregnancy are based on the detection of _____ hormone

  1. Human chorionic gonadotropin
  2. Follicle stimulating
  3. Luteinising
  4. Progesterone

Correct Answer: – Human chorionic gonadotropin


Q.103. The developing offspring until eight week after implantation is known as:

  1. Chorion
  2. Fetus
  3. Neonate
  4. Embryo

Correct Answer: – Embryo


Q.104. In a patient receiving IV fluids, sluggish flow, redness and tenderness at the site of cannula indicates:

  1. Venous spasm
  2. Thrombophlebitis
  3. Infection
  4. Nerve damage

Correct Answer: – Venous spasm


Q.105. The type of play exhibited by toddlers where they play by themselves in the presence of other children is called:


  1. Passive play
  2. Cooperative play
  3. Solitary play
  4. Parallel play

Correct Answer: – Parallel play


Q.106. Skilled personnel who provide follow up visits, post discharge, to a patient’s home for the delivery of nursing services are called:

  1. Community nurse
  2. Home health care nurse
  3. Scrub nurse
  4. Clinical health care nurse

Correct Answer: – Home health care nurse


Q.107. Separation of a thought or memory from its associated feeling or emotion is known as:

  1. Idealization
  2. Projection
  3. Intellectualization
  4. Isolation

Correct Answer: – Isolation


Q.108. The most common site of implantation of fertilized ovum is?

  1. Fallopian tube
  2. Fundus of uterus
  3. Anterior wall of uterus
  4. Posterior wall of uterus

Correct Answer: – Posterior wall of uterus


Q.109. Using a computer of determine solutions aids in decision making is called:

  1. Models
  2. Decision tree
  3. Simulations
  4. Linear programming

Correct Answer: – Linear programming


Q.110. The term nosocomial infection is used to refer to:

  1. Hospital-acquired infection
  2. Chronic infection
  3. Untreatable infection
  4. Severe infection

Correct Answer: – Hospital-acquired infection


Q.111. Using precise methods to investigate problems and arrive at solutions is called as:

  1. Trial and error
  2. Critical thinking
  3. Scientific problem solving
  4. Planning and execution

Correct Answer: – Scientific problem solving


Q.112. The most common site of hospital-acquired infection is:

  1. Surgical sites
  2. Respiratory tract
  3. Urinary tract
  4. Eyes

Correct Answer: – Urinary tract


Q.113. Which of the following is a normal respiratory rate of a newborn?

  1. 20-30/min
  2. 10-16/min
  3. 60-100/min
  4. 40-60/min

Correct Answer: – 40-60/min


Q.114. Which of the following is NOT a step of planning?

  1. Briefing
  2. Execution
  3. Strategic healthcare planning
  4. Needs identification

Correct Answer: – Execution


Q.115. Which of the following organism lacks the cell wall?

  1. Staphylococci
  2. Spirochetes
  3. Actinomycetes
  4. Mycoplasma

Correct Answer: – Mycoplasma


Q.116. एक रोगी के लिए एक आदर्श परिचर्या देखभाल योजना कैसी होनी चाहिए?

  1. जटिल
  2. उचित
  3. अल्पतम महंगी
  4. व्यक्तिगत

Correct Answer: – व्यक्तिगत


Q.117. A method of date interpretation among the following is:

  1. Interview
  2. Observation
  3. Prioritisation
  4. Listening

Correct Answer: – Prioritisation


Q.118. An organic mental disorder among the following is:

  1. Bipolar disorder
  2. Vascular dementia
  3. Conversion disorder
  4. Schizophrenia

Correct Answer: – Vascular dementia


Q.119. From the following the defined form of CSSM is:

  1. Child sanitation and safety measures
  2. Child survival and safe motherhood
  3. Child survival and sickness control measures
  4. Child security and safety measures

Correct Answer: – Child survival and safe motherhood


Q.120. A woman who has given birth five times or more is called:

  1. Multipara
  2. Nullipara
  3. Grandmultipara
  4. Primipara

Correct Answer: – Grandmultipara



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