AIIMS Raipur Staff Nurse Paper 2017, Solved Answer Shift – 2nd

Staff Nurse Grade-II solved answer sheet (Reading mode)



1) The tumor of the Hyaline cartilage is called:-

  1. Osteochondroma
  2. Osteosarcoma
  3. Enchondroma
  4. Chondrosarcoma

2) The refractive error caused by the differences in the curvature if the cornea and lens is called:-

  1. Emmetropia
  2. Astigmatism
  3. Myopia
  4. Hypermetropia

3) Find the correctly spelled word.

  1. Entreprener
  2. Eantrepraner
  3. Entrepreneur
  4. Entreperanar

4) The type of AV aid, which is cheap and easy to carry aid that is covered with rough khadhi and the cut-outs, drawings and other illustrations are placed is called:-

  1. Flash cards
  2. Flannel boards
  3. Bulletin boards
  4. Exhibits

5) The following are the data collection techniques used in the community assessment, EXCEPT:-

  1. Making appropriate judgments
  2. Organization and comparisons of problem
  3. Effective communication
  4. Investigation and measurements

6) A clinical entity where the process of abortion has started but has not progressed to a state from which recovery is impossible is:-

  1. Spontaneous abortion
  2. Threatened abortion
  3. Inevitable abortion
  4. Missed abortion

7) Which among the following can be seen in a partial mole?

  1.  Triploidy
  2.  Haploidy
  3.  Polyploidy
  4.  Diploidy

8) The serological reaction, which sensitizes bacteria for phagocytosis is called:-

  1. Co-agglutination
  2. Neutralization
  3.  Opsonization
  4.  Complement fixation

9) The following are the causes of separation of a normally situated placenta, EXCEPT:-

  1. Sudden uterine decompression
  2. Defective decidua
  3. Supine hypotension syndrome
  4. Thrombophilias

10) Failure to deliver the head even after correct and judicious application of forceps raise the suspicion on:-

  1. Cervical dystocia
  2. Spastic lower segment
  3. Constricting ring
  4. Inco-ordinate uterine action

11) The congenital anomaly of the hand, in which there is persistence of the webbing between adjacent digits of the hands, so that they are attached to each other is called:-

  1. Polydactyl
  2. Monodactyl
  3. Syndactyl
  4. Reduction deformities

12) Identify the WRONG statement from the following.

  1. Health is a state and process of being and becoming integrated
  2. Adaptive responses are that do not contribute to integrity in terms of the goals of the human system
  3. Adaptation level represent the condition of the life processes, described on three different levels: integrated,compensatory and compromised
  4. Nursing goals are to promote adptation for persons and groups

13) A clinical features of patient with major depression includes:-

  1. Agitation
  2. Behaviour variation
  3. Increased appetite
  4. Panic attack
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,b,d
  4. a,c,d

14) Retaining a dead fetus in the uterus for a few weeks is known as:-

  1. Complete abortion
  2. Incomplete abortion
  3. Missed abortion
  4. Recurrent absorption

15) The theory which intends to provide a unifying focus for approaching a wide range of nursing concerns and for understanding fundamental nursing phenomena: the client, the environment, health, and nursing is:-

  1. Roy’s theory of nursing
  2. Neuman’s theory of nursing
  3. Nightingale’s theory of nursing
  4. Scudder theory of nursing

16) Complete the analogy by filling the correct answer.

Rat: Mammal : : Alligator: ?

  1. Animal
  2. Insect
  3. Reptile
  4. Omnivore

17) A string of bits used to represent a character is known as a:-

  1. Data
  2. Memory
  3. Byte
  4. Volt

18) The child at 15 months shows the following language development, EXCEPT:-

  1. Look at adults while communicating
  2. Enjoy listening to simple stories
  3. Follows a one-step command without gesture
  4. Understands 100 to 150 words

19) The placental abnormalities in which, a thin fibrous ring is present at the margin of the chorionic plate where the fetal vessels appear to terminate is:-

  1. Circumvalate placrenta
  2. Placenta membranecae
  3. Placenta marginata
  4. Placenta Spuria

20) The clinical manifestations of pyelonephritis includes:-

  1. abdominal or suprapubic pain
  2. Costovertebral angle tenderness
  3. Persistent vomiting
  4. Severe dehydration
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

21) The following statement is TRUE in reference to endotoxins, EXCEPT.

  1. They are lipopolysaccarides in nature
  2. They are relaesed from the bacterial surface by natural lysis
  3. They are heat liable proteins
  4. Their toxicity depends in the lipid component

22) The placental abnormalities in which, the accessory lobe is developed from the activated villi on the chorionic leave is:-

  1. Placenta Succenturiata
  2. Placenta Spuria
  3. Placenta extrachorialis
  4. Placenta marginata

23) Mr. Anand is a mentally ill person and need to be admitted immediately as of the medical officer incharge. In his case the following statements are TRUE EXCEPT:-

  1. He should be produced before magistrate within 72 hours
  2. The magistrate should meet Mr.Anand in hospital and examine him within 72 hours
  3. The magistrate can produce the reception order later in case of emergency
  4. The magistrate is eligible to extend the time period of 72 hours
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,b,d
  4. a,c,d

24) Which among the following is an excitatory amino acid receptor antagonist?

  1. Phencyclidine
  2. Quisqualate
  3. Homocysteate
  4. Kainate

25) The causes of hypoparathyroidism includes:-

  1. Damage of glands during thyroidectomy
  2. Congenital anomaly of the gland
  3. Fractured base of skull
  4. Development of antibodies to parathyroid cells
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,b,d
  4. a,b,c,d

26) Prioritize the methods of data collection from the following.

  1. Observe the patient by using the senses like, sight, smell, hearing and touch
  2. Interview the patient to obtain data by asking relevant questions
  3. Examine the patient and review the functioning of all major systems of the body through laboratory methods
  4. Use inspection, palpation, percussion and auscultation in the physical examination
  1. a,b,c,d
  2. b,a,c,d
  3. b,a,d,c
  4. a,d,c,b

27) Providing health education about environmental hygiene to the community people is an example of:-

  1. Social communication
  2. Structural communication
  3. Therapeutic communication
  4. Formal communication

28) The functions of babbage machine includes:-

  1. Arithmetic calculations
  2. Logarithmic  calculations
  3. calculation of lunar discs
  4. programming language
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

29) Sine wave signals may be generated in a laboratory with an instrument called:-

  1. Oscillator
  2. Amplitude Checker
  3. Analog finder
  4. Capacitor

30) Introducing a girl, Saranya said “Her father is the only son of my mother in law” How is the girl related to Saranya?

  1. Mother
  2. Daughter
  3. Daughter in law
  4. Mother in law

31) The Hypofunction of the anterior pituitary gland that rarely affects the posterior lobe leading to:-

  1. Graves disease
  2. Simmond’s disease
  3. Frohlick’s Syndrome
  4. Levi Syndrome

32) If there are 2500 bottles of intravenous fluid and per day 25 injections are given then how many months will the total supply last?

  1.  3 days
  2. 5 days
  3. 6 days
  4. 8 days

33) How many times do the hands of a clock coincide in a day?

  1. 20
  2. 21
  3. 22
  4. 24

34) Malformation of the spine in which the posterior portion of the lamina of one or more vertebrae fails to fuse, with or without defective development of the spinal cord is called:-

  1. Rachischisis
  2. Encephalocele
  3. Spina bifida
  4. Anencephaly

35) The functions of the community are:-

  1. a) It provides space for socializing & recreation
  2. b) It provides safety & security
  3. c) Socialization & Education for its members
  4. d) Provides an opportunity for interaction among members
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

36) Read the instructions below and mention the type of diagram or graph it represents:-

  1. The width of the bar are uniform throughout the diagram
  2. Bars may be either vertical or horizontal
  3. The gap between the bars are uniform throughout.
  1. Bar diagram
  2. Pie diagram
  3. Histogram
  4. Frequency polygon

37) The first electronic computer was developed at:-

  1. Pentagon
  2. Pennsylvania
  3. Germany
  4. France

38) To sterilize disposable syringes, the method of sterilization used is:-

  1. Ethyloxide Autoclavation
  2. Infra red radiation
  3. Ultraviolet radiation
  4. Gamma radiation

39) A strong weight bearing synovial joints with irregular elevations and depressions that produce interlocking of the bones is called:-

  1. Vestigeal tail
  2. Symphysism pubis
  3. Sacroiliac joints
  4. Sacrococcygeal joint

40) The treatment that uses light and energy aimed at an exact tissue location and depth to vaporize cancer cells is:-

  1. En bloc dissections
  2. Photoablation
  3. Debulking
  4. Diathermy

41) At 8 weeks of gestation, the uterus looks like:-

  1. Small unriped pear
  2. Large orange
  3. Size of grapefruit
  4. Cricket ball

42) The symptoms of congenital aplastic anemia includes:-

  1. a) Purpura
  2. b) Petechia
  3. c) Neutropenia
  4. d) Thalassemia
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

43) Mr. Raju says that he is the first lead of the world and he is born with a special mission in life. These are the symptoms of:-

  1. Autochthonous delusion
  2. Delusion of grandeur
  3. Delusion of persecution
  4. Delusion of reference

44) The cartilage that completely encircles the larynx with the narrow part anteriorly and the broad part posteriorly is called:-

  1. Thyroid cartilage
  2. Cricoid cartilage
  3. Arytenoid cartilage
  4. Epiglottis

45) The key activities necessary in budgetting are:-

  1. Acquisition
  2. Allocation
  3. Controlling
  4. Affiliation
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

46) Inability to carry out normal activities despite intact motor function is:-

  1. Anhedonia
  2.  Apraxia
  3. Apathy
  4. Amnesia

47) Which among the following type of people have the highest concentration of water in their body?

  1. fat men
  2. lean men
  3. fat women
  4. lean women

48) While comparing all types of computers, the computer with the least processing speed is:-

  1. Hybrid computer
  2. Mini computer
  3. Micro computer
  4. Notebook computer

49) The end phase of psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy constitutes the following, EXCEPT:-

  1. Strengthening of insight
  2. Reinforcing the patient’s improvement
  3. Application of therapeutic techniques
  4. Preparing the patient for termination of treatment

50) Identify the WRONG statement from the following.

  1. Newborns have a rapid pulse rate
  2. Men have higher pule than women
  3. Exercises increase the pulse rate
  4. Ingestion of meal causes a slight increase in pulse rate

51) The average Submentovertical diameter is:-

  1. 9.5 cm
  2. 10 cm
  3.  11.5 cm
  4. 13.5 cm

52) The safety planning for the child with seizure disorder includes:-

  1. The child should not be left alone in the bathtub
  2. Children who bath alone should use the shower
  3. Should wear a helmet to protect the head in case of a fall
  4. A form of medical identification should be worn
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4.  a,b,c,d

53) Rise of an existing antibody level in response to an irrelevant stimulus is called:-

  1. Anaphylactic reaction
  2. Anamnestic reaction
  3. Agglutination reaction
  4. Precipitation reaction

54) Who is the principal advisor to the Union Government in medical and public matters?

  1. Cabinet ministers
  2. Deputy commissioners
  3. The directorate general of health services
  4. Statutory and technical advisory bodies

55) The primary task of nursing research is:-

  1. To excute responsibilities for the actions of others directed toward determining and achieving patient care goals
  2. To contribute to the scientific base of nursing practice
  3. To meet the health care and nuring needs of individual patient, their families and significant others
  4. To accept overall responsibility for a given patient’s individualized nursing care

56) The components of desensitization includes:-

  1. Hierarchy construction
  2. Visualization
  3. Relaxation
  4. Item presentation
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4.  a,b,c,d

57) Which protocol provides e-mail facility among different hosts?

  1. FTP
  2. SMTP
  4. SNMP

58) The inability of the left ventricle to fill or pump sufficient blood to meet the needs of the tissues for oxygen and nutrients is:-

  1. Decompensated heart failure
  2. Congestive heart failure
  3. Left ventricular failure
  4. Right ventricular failure

59) The type of fever in which the temperature fluctuates more than 2°C, all above normal, during a 24 hour period is:-

  1. Intermittent fever
  2. Remittent fever
  3. Recurrent fever
  4. Relapsing fever

60) An organized collection of software that controls the overall operation of a computer is:-

  1. Server
  2. Processor
  3.  OS
  4. Device Drivers

61) The ethical principles in the nursing profession are:-

  1. Beneficence
  2. Nonmalfenance
  3.  Fidelity
  4.  Veracity
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4.  a,b,c,d

62) The Indian Nursing council Act was proposed in:-

  1. 1945
  2.  1947
  3. 1958
  4. 2001

63) The nutritional management of a patient with acute pharyngitis include:-

  1.  Advice for liquid or soft diet
  2. Administer IV fluids for hydration
  3. Advice to avoid cool beverages and ice creams
  4. Advice to drink more fluids.
  1. a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3.  a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

64) A form of speech in which the client tends to wander away from the intended point and never returning to the original idea is called:-

  1. Verbigeration
  2. Thought insertion
  3. Tangentiality
  4. Thought block

65) Complete the analogy by filling the missing number.

1947: 2859::2465:     ?

  1. 2376
  2. 3576
  3.  3377
  4. 1354

66) The thermometer in which the result is seen within 45 seconds is:-

  1. Electronic Thermometer
  2. Clinical thermometer
  3. Disposable thermometer
  4. Tympanic membrane thermometer

67) The first Muslim ruler who invaded India was:-

  1. Mohammad Ghori
  2. Babur
  3. Mohammad Bin- Qasim
  4. Qutubuddin Aibak

68) Which among the following controls and directs light through the specimen under observation?

  1. Ocular
  2. Objective lens
  3. Condenser
  4. Optical Tube

69) DOTS is a comprehensive strategy to cure TB. The Primary element of DOTS is:-

  1. Sputum microscopy services
  2. Regular drug supply to the patients
  3. Healthworkers counsel and observe their patients swallow each anti-TB medications and monitor progress until cured
  4. Political will in terms of manpower

70) A statement of the predicted relationship between two or more variables in a research study is called:-

  1. Assumption
  2. Proposition
  3. Operational definition
  4.  Hypothesis

71) Identify the WRONG statement from the following.

  1. Play is critical to infant development
  2. Newborn often appears to mimic the expressions they see
  3. Rattles are the best toys for newborns
  4. Children at 8 months enjoy playing stacking toys

72) The main substances that are excreted from the fetus is:-

  1. Billirubin
  2.  Carbon dioxide
  3. Uric acid
  4. Tissues


73) Which phase of the Koratkoff sound is defined as the diastolic pressure?

  1. The pressure level at which the first faint, consistent tapping sounds are heard
  2. The time during cuff deflation when a murmur of swishing sounds are heard
  3. The time when a distinct, abrupt, muffling of sound is heard
  4. The pressure level, when the lat regular blood pressure sound is heard and after which all sound disappears

74) In verbal communication, which of the following reflects the feeling behind the words?

  1. Pace and rhythm
  2. Timing and relevance
  3. Posture and gait
  4. Intonation

75) The disadvantages of paper health record are:-

  1. Access may be delayed
  2. Retrieving information may be slow
  3. Documentation is time-consuming
  4. Downtime for changes
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

76) Find the missing numbers.

18,12,6,0 ? -12

  1. -7
  2. 7
  3.  -6
  4. 6

77) Which among the following is the synonym of the sun?

  1. Sunny
  2. bright
  3. solar
  4. fire

78) The preventive measures of bacterial endocarditis include:-

  1. Antibiotic prophylaxis before and after the procedure
  2. All catheters and drains are to be removed as early as possible
  3. Appropriate immunizations against the organisms
  4. Restriction of physical activity
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,b,d,c
  4. a,c,d

79) The side effects of antidepressant include:-

  1. Dry mouth, difficulty in micturition and constipation
  2. Epileptic seizures, tremors, and muscle twitching
  3. Skin rashes and jaundice
  4. Somnolence and orthostatic hypotension
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,b,d
  4. a,b,c,d

80) When instructing a patient about proper diet, which among the following would be considered as complete protein?

  1. Olives
  2. Rice
  3.  Eggs
  4. Nuts

81) A strategy commonly used to improve therapeutic communication skills is called:-

  1. Active listening
  2. Restating and clarifying
  3. Validating
  4.  Process recording

82) Identification and classification of data, which includes, quantitative and qualitative data, belongs to which stage of community diagnosis:-

  1. Stage -1
  2.  Stage -2
  3. Stage -3
  4. Stage -4

83) The principles of primary health care include:-

  1. Equitable distribution
  2. Community participation
  3. Coverage and accessibility
  4. Appropriateness and continuity
  1.  a,b,c
  2. b,c,d
  3. a,c,d
  4. a,b,c,d

84) The use of the external command, “TREE” is to:-

  1. Display memory used by files
  2. Create break up copies from one floppy to another
  3. Restores file from the backup floppy
  4. Copies files from one floppy to another

85) Mrs. Gowri, on assessment, shows the following behavior.

  1. Maintaining a rigid posture
  2. Being mute
  3. Hears “God’s voice”
  4. Repeating the phrases.

These are the characteristics of:-

  1. Paranoid Schizophrenia
  2. Undifferentiated schizophrenia
  3. Catatonic schizophrenia
  4. Residual Schizophrenia

86) Preparation of the micro lesson falls under which phase of the micro-teaching?

  1. Knowledge acquisition phase
  2. Skill Acquisition phase
  3. Implementation phase
  4. Transfer phase

87) The use of the sense of smell to gather data in the physical examination is called:-

  1. Auscultation
  2. Olfaction
  3. Percussion
  4. Palpation

88) Identify the antonym of relaxed.

  1. Calm
  2. Eased
  3.  Wired
  4. Cool

89) Which of these is not a symptom of vaginal atrophy?

  1. Lengthening of the vaginal canal
  2. Thinning of vaginal walls
  3. Decreased vaginal lubrication
  4. Urinary incontinence

90) The following are the functions of Male health workers as a Health Team member “Except”:-

  1. Conduct a survey of the Sub center are and maintain a record of all families
  2. Provide nutrition advice and Immunization to mothers & Children
  3. Maintain information of all vital events
  4. Promote health education activities

91) The advantages of breastfeeding include the following, EXCEPT:-

  1. Promotion of gastrointestinal function
  2. Fostering immune defense
  3. Nutritional imbalance
  4. Economic advantage

92) The file that controls and manages data communication and working of the input and output devices like keyboard, mouse, monitor, printer is:-


93) A posture that involves, responding with a posture that differs in focus and is directly opposite in degrees of affiliation and interdependence from the partner’s message is called:-

  1. Complementary posture
  2. Symmetric posture
  3. Asymmetric posture
  4. Anti – thetic posture

94) The phase in which the lining cells of the ovarian follicle are stimulated by luteinizing hormone to develop the corpus luteum, to produce progesterone and estrogen is:-

  1. Menstrual phase
  2. Proliferative phase
  3. Secretory phase
  4. Follicular phase

95) Congenital obstruction of the posterior nares at the entrance to the nasopharynx is called:-

  1. Tracheoesophageal fistula
  2. Esophageal atresia
  3. Choanal atresia
  4. Diaphragmatic Hernia

96) The practical nursing programs were developed during the:-

  1. The first half of the nineteenth century
  2. The first half of the twentieth century
  3. The second half of the nineteenth century
  4. The second half of the twentieth century

97) Find the correctly spelled word.

  1. Hemorage
  2. Heamorhage
  3. Hemorrhege
  4. Hemorrhage

98) Mrs. Sandra got admitted to undergo lymph node biopsy. The investigation report states that there is no evidence of primary tumor and no regional lymph node and distant metasis. The stage of her disease based on TNM classification is:-

  1. Tx Nx M0
  2. T0 N0 M0
  3. Tx N0 M1
  4. To Nx M1

99) The suction of the internal fluids, of the corpse and the injection of embalming chemicals into body cavities, using an aspirator and trocar is the method of:-

  1. Surface embalming
  2. Cavity embalming
  3. Hypodermic embalming
  4. Arterial embalming

100) The severe weight loss accompanied by progressive weakness, loss of appetite and anemia that is usually associated with advanced cancer is called:-

  1. Carcinomatosis
  2.  Cachexia
  3. Anaplasia
  4. Dysplasia

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