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Q-81 Match the items of list I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below:

List 1 and List 2 Q 81
List IList II
  1. FAO
  • Geneva
  • ILO
  • Rome
  • UNICEF
  • New Delhi
  • WHO SEARO
  • New York

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (ii)
  2. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (iii)
  3. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (i)
  4. (a) - (i) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (iv)

Q-82 Match the items of list I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below:

List 1 and List 2 Q 82
List I

(Food Standard)

List II

(Agency)

  1. Codex Alimentarius
  • Directorate of Marketing and Inspection, GOI
  • PFA standards
  • Bureau of Indian Standards
  • Agmark Standards
  • Central Committee for Food Standards
  • ISI Mark
  • FAO/WHO Food Standards Programme

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (ii)
  2. (a) - (i) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (iii)
  3. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (iv)
  4. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (i)

Q-83 Match the items of list I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below:

List 1 and List 2 Q 83
List I

(Health Personnel)

List II

(Suggested Norm)

  1. Nurse
  • 1 per 30,000 population
  • ASHA
  • 1 per 1,000 population
  • Health Assistant (Male and Female)
  • 1 per 5,000 population
  • Pharmacist
  • 1 per 10,000 population

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iv)
  2. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iv)
  3. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (ii)
  4. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (ii)

Q-84 Figure: repeated glucose measurements on single sample with different instruments

Serum Glucose and Instruments

Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 84
List I

(Instrument)

List II

(Interpretation)

  1. A
  • Precise and biased
  • B
  • Precise and unbiased
  • C
  • Imprecise and biased
  • D
  • Imprecise and unbiased

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)
  2. (a) - (i) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (iv)
  3. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (iii)
  4. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (ii)

Q-85 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 85
List I

(International Organisation)

List II

(Interpretation)

  1. SIDA
  • Integrated Child Development Services Scheme
  • DANIDA
  • National Tuberculosis Control Programme
  • CARE
  • Family Planning Programme
  • Ford Foundation
  • National Blindness Control Programme

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (i)
  2. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (iv)
  3. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)
  4. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iii)

Q-86 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 86
List I

(Mode of transmission)

List II

(Disease)

  1. Soil transmitted
  • Brucellosis
  • Arthropod borne
  • Hepatitis C
  • Blood borne
  • Zika virus disease
  • Milk borne
  • Hookworm

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)
  2. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (i)
  3. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (i)
  4. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (ii)

Q-87 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 87
List I

(Food Material)

List II

(Common Adulterants)

  1. Black Pepper
  • Black gram husk
  • Tea dust
  • Saw Dust
  • Chili powder
  • Lead chromate powder
  • Haldi
  • Dried seeds of papaya

Options:-

  1. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (iv)
  2. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (iii)
  3. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iv)
  4. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)

Q-88 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 88
List I

(Health Day)

List II

(Celebrated On)

  1. World No Tobacco Day
  • 7th April
  • World Blood Donor Day
  • 21st June
  • World Health Day
  • 31st May
  • World Yoga Day
  • 14th June

Options:-

  1. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iii)
  2. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (ii)
  3. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (ii)
  4. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iv)

Q-89 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 89
List IList II
  1. Propagative
  • Scabies
  • Cyclo propagative
  • Malaria
  • Cyclo developmental
  • Filaria
  • Direct contract
  • Plague

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (i)
  2. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (iv) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)
  3. (a) - (i) , (b) - (ii) , (c) - (iii) , (d) - (iv)
  4. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (i)

Q-90 Match the items of List I with the items of List II and choose the correct answer from the code given below.

List 1 and List 2 Q 90
List IList II
  1. Sewage
  • Waste water which does not contain human excreta
  • Sullage
  • Food waste
  • Rubbish
  • Waste water from community containing solid and liquid excreta
  • Garbage
  • Paper, plastic, wood, metal etc.

Options:-

  1. (a) - (iii) , (b) - (i) , (c) - (iv) , (d) - (ii)
  2. (a) - (i) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (iv)
  3. (a) - (iv) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (ii) , (d) - (i)
  4. (a) - (ii) , (b) - (iii) , (c) - (i) , (d) - (iv)

Comprehension:

Table: Test results for an Investigative procedure

Test Results for Procedure
Disease PresentDisease AbsentTotal
Test Positive203353
Test Negative103747
Total3070100

A screening test was applied on 100 people for diseases X. the results of the test have been given in the table above. The next five questions are based on this table.

Q-91 The prevalence of the disease X in the population is

Options:-

  1. 10 %
  2. 20 %
  3. 40 %
  4. 30 %

Q-92 the positive predictive value of the screening test is

Options:-

  1. 62 %
  2. 38 %
  3. 21 %
  4. 79 %

Q-93 The sensitivity of the screening test is

Options:-

  1. 66.7 %
  2. 33.3 %
  3. 70 %
  4. 50 %

Q-94 the negative predictive value of the screening test is

Options:-

  1. 62 %
  2. 21 %
  3. 38 %
  4. 79 %

Q-95 The specificity of the screening test is

Options:-

  1. 53 %
  2. 30 %
  3. 70 %
  4. 47 %

Comprehension:

Read the following passage carefully and answer questions which follow:

Loading is required in very small quantities by the human body. Its deficiency occurs in certain mountainous regions, throughout the year at a low level and causes physical and mental energy loss due to inadequate production of thyroid hormone. In 1915, endemic goiter, as this deficiency disease was named, was found to be easy to prevent by use of iodized salt. The first large scale study was done on 5000 adolescent girls who were given iodized salt and development of iodine deficiency disorder in them was compared over a period of 5 years with a similar control group. The study group was found to have significantly lesser incidence of iodine deficiency disorders. Iodized salt was introduced on a community scale in many countries in 1924. Salt was considered an ideal vehicle for fortification.

Q-96 Why was salt considered an ideal vehicle for fortification?

  1. Iodine is a natural constituent of salt.
  2. Salt is consumed by all classes.
  3. Salt is consumed throughout the year at roughly the same level.
  4. Testing of iodine concentration in slat is easy

Choose the correct answer from the code given below:

Options:-

  1. (i) and (iii) are correct
  2. (ii) and (iii) are correct
  3. (i) and (ii) are correct
  4. (ii) and (iv) are correct

Q-97 Identify the study design used in the example cited:

Options:-

  1. Observational study
  2. Cohort study
  3. Intervention study
  4. Ecological study

Q-98 Based on which of the following criteria is iodine deficiency disorder labelled as endemic:

  1. Constantly present in a particular area.
  2. The prevalence is low.
  3. It can be prevented easily.
  4. Iodine is required in small amounts.

Choose the correct answer from the code given below:

Options:-

  1. (ii) and (iv) are correct
  2. (i) and (ii) are correct
  3. (i) and (iii) are correct
  4. (iii) and (iv) are correct

Q-99 Which of the following types of nutrient deficiencies best described iodine deficiency disorders?

Options:-

  1. Essential fatty acid
  2. Macronutrient
  3. Essential amino acid
  4. Micronutrient

Q-100 What level of prevention has been described in the above example?

Options:-

  1. Primary
  2. Tertiary
  3. Secondary
  4. Primordial

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