Model Question Paper For Post Basic bsc Nursing Entrance Exam

Model Question Paper For Post Basic bsc Nursing Entrance Exam

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MCQs 1. The Best method to dry hands after hand wash is

A) By dry air
B) By hair dryer
C) By common towel
D) None of the above
Answer: By dry air
MCQs 2. The Place where RBCs are produced is
A) Liver
B) Blood
C) Testes
D) Red bone marrow
Answer: Red bone marrow
MCQs 3. Universal precautions include
A) Gloving
B) Gowning
C) Hand washing
D) All of the above
Answer: All of the above
MCQs 4. The Responsible Causative organism for ‘HIV’ is
A) Human immune deficiency virus
B) Sarcoptes scabies
C) Neisseria gonorrhea
D) Treponema pallidum
Answer: Human immune deficiency virus
MCQs 5. ‘Preterm baby’ means that Newborn
A) Born before 37 weeks
B) Born before 40 weeks
C) Born before 42 weeks
D) Born before 47 weeks
Answer: Born before 37 weeks
MCQs 6. ‘Simplified Partograph’ should be used
A) For every female in labor
B) For a female at risk to develop a complication
C) On the choice of nurse
D) Pregnant woman undergoing cesarean section
Answer: For every female in labor
MCQs 7. According to Freud, which component of personality operates according to the reality principle
B) Ego
C) Super Ego
D) Trust
Answer: Ego
MCQs 8. ‘VDRL Test’ is done for the Diagnosis of
A) Gonorrhea
B) Syphilis
C) Typhoid fever
D) Diphtheria
Answer: Syphilis
MCQs 9. Which bone is also known as ‘Collar bone’?
A) Clavicle
B) Scapula
C) Radius
D) Humerus
Answer: Clavicle
MCQs 10. ‘Koplik’s Spots’ symptom is associated with
A) Measles
B) Diphtheria
C) Chickenpox
D) Pertussis
Answer: Measles
MCQs 11. Chemical substances released by an organism that influence the behavior of other individuals of the same species are called
A) Pheromone
B) Insulin
C) Androgen
D) Steroid
Answer: Pheromone
MCQs 12. Which tablet is given under ‘Deworming program’?
A) Paracetamol
B) Cetrizine
C) Amoxycilline
D) Albandazole
Answer: Albendazole
MCQs 13. Medical management for increased intracranial pressure include
A) Administer mannitol
B) Administer half-strength saline
C) Administer plasma volume expanders
D) Reduce the number of breaths in ventilator
Answer: Administer mannitol
MCQs 14. “Five clean Practices” under strategies for elimination of Neonatal tetanus includes all, Except
A) Clean surface of the delivery
B) Clean hands of the attendant
C) New blade for cord cutting
D) Clean airways
Answer: Clean airways
MCQs 15. The Expanded form of ‘ESR’ is
A) Electrolyte Sedimentation Rate
B) Enzyme Synthesis Rate
C) Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
D) Erythrocyte Synthesis Rate
Answer: Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate
MCQs 16. ‘Bagassosis’ is an occupational disease of the lungs caused by inhalation of
A) Cotton
B) Jute
C) Sugarcane dust
D) Coal
Answer: Sugarcane dust
MCQs 17. A drug used in the treatment of Pediatric AIDS is
A) Procaine penicillin
B) Nevirapine
C) Azithromycin
D) Acyclovir
Answer: Nevirapine
MCQs 18. The active ingredient of Cidex is
A) Formaldehyde
B) Dettol
C) Savlon
D) Glutaraldehyde
Answer: Glutaraldehyde
MCQs 19. The diluent used for BCG vaccine is
A) Distilled water
B) Normal saline
C) Dextrose solution
D) Ringer lactate
Answer: Normal saline
MCQs 20. Which is Not a Dry Cold application?
A) Ice pack
B) Ice bag
C) Cold compressions
D) Ice cradle
Answer: Cold compressions

MCQs 21. The First Dose of Hepatitis B Vaccine is given to a baby
A) At 6 weeks
B) At 10 weeks
C) At birth
D) At 8 week
Answer: At birth

MCQs 22. The Burn assessment is done by the rule of
A) 6
B) 5
C) 9
D) 11
Answer: 9
MCQs 23. The Causative organism of Dengue fever is
A) Enteric Virus
B) Arbo Virus
C) Variola Virus
D) Influenza Virus
Answer : Arbo Virus
MCQs 24. ‘Cholera’ is caused by a
A) Retrovirus
B) Viron
C) Bacteria and virus
D) Bacteria
Answer : Bacteria

MCQs 25. As a routine, All Newborn are given an intramuscular dose of –
A) Vitamin A
B) VitaminB
C) Vitamin C
D) Vitamin K
Answer : Vitamin K
MCQs 26. When helping a stroke patient, the Nurse should assist
A) On the weak side
B) On the strong side
C) From behind
D) From back
Answer: On the weak side
MCQs 27. ‘Pulse Pressure’ is a
A) Difference between Systolic and Diastolic Pressure
B) Diastolic Pressure
C) Difference between Aortic and Systolic Pressure
D) Systolic Pressure
Answer: Difference between Systolic and Diastolic Pressure
MCQs 28. The Term ‘Immunity’ means
A) Antibodies and antigens reaction
B) Transfer of maternal antibodies across the placenta
C) Level of resistance of a person to a particular disease
D) Acquired immunity by immunization
Answer: Level of resistance of a person to a particular disease

MCQs 29. ‘Amoebic Dysentery’ is caused by
A) Giardia
B) Amoeba proteus
C) Entamoeba histolytica
D) Taenia solium
Answer: Entamoeba histolytica

MCQs 30. This Nutrient is needed for a healthy immune system and strong connective tissue
A) Fiber
B) Vitamin K
C) Vitamin C
D) Fluoride
Answer: Vitamin C
MCQs 31. The Term ‘Keratomalacia’ is
A) Toad skin
B) Phrynoderma
C) Corneal Disease due to deficiency of Vitamin A
D) Weak bones due to deficiency of Calcium
Answer: Corneal Disease due to deficiency of Vitamin A
MCQs 32. ‘Megaloblastic Anemia’ is due to the deficiency of
A) Iron
B) Thiamine
C) Acetic acid
D) Vit. B12 and Folic acid
Answer: Vit. B12 and Folic acid
MCQs 33. Intramuscular injection is given at
A) 45 Angle
B) 15 Angle
C) 90 Angle
D) 60 Angle

Answer: 90 Angle
MCQs 34. The Nurse giving oxygen therapy should know that it has to be humidified because
A) Oxygen is a hot gas and it may burn trachea
B) Oxygen is a dry gas and thickens the mucus
C) Humidification cleans the gases of bacteria
D) Absorption of oxygen improves
Answer: Oxygen is a dry gas and thickens the mucus
MCQs 35. ‘Poliomyelitis’ is transmitted through
A) Water
B) Air
C) Blood
D) Vectors
Answer: Water
MCQs 36. The ‘Multi-Drug therapy (MDT)’ is a treatment for
B) Leprosy
D) All of the above
Answer: All of the above
MCQs 37. ‘Assessment’Step of the Nursing process which of the following intervention includes
A) Taking blood pressure
B) Determine the level of comfort
C) Counting respiratory rate
D) All of the above
Answer: All of the above
MCQs 38. Long arm cast type of plaster cast is used in the treatment of
A) Fracture of the carpal and metacarpal bones
B) Fracture of radius and ulna bones
C) Fracture of metatarsal bones
D) Fracture of tibia and fibula bones
Answer: Fracture of radius and ulna bones
MCQs 39. The Most Common Side effect of IUCD insertion is
A) Bleeding
B) Pain
C) Pelvic Infection
D) Ectopic Pregnancy
Answer: Bleeding
MCQs 40. Hepatitis virus that spreads by the fecal-oral route
A) Hepatitis A
B) Hepatitis B
C) Hepatitis C
D) Hepatitis D
Answer: Hepatitis A
MCQs 41. Which of the following is included in daily meals to supplement the protein
A) Vegetables
B) Daal
C) Potatoes
D) Ghee
Answer: Daal
MCQs 42. The Important clinical parameter for assessing the degree of hypoxia at birth is
A) Respiratory rate
B) Colour of skin
C) Heart rate
D) Muscle tone
Answer: Colour of skin
MCQs 43. ‘Hemophilia A’ is
A) Christmas disease
B) Factor VIII deficiency
C) Factor IX deficiency
D) Von Willebrand disease
Answer: Factor VIII deficiency
MCQs 44. Floating tip of the iceberg represents
A) Clinical cases
B) Apparent cases
C) Latent cases
D) Undiagnosed cases
Answer: Clinical cases
MCQs 45. The Term ‘Mastication’ means
A) Digestion
B) Absorption
C) Assimilation
D) Chewing
Answer: Chewing
MCQs 46. Cardinal signs of inflammation are all, Except
A) Pain
B) Redness
C) Swelling
D) Hypothermia
Answer: Hypothermia
mcqs 47. ‘Undescended Testes’ is termed as
A) Cryptorchidism
B) Inguinal Hernia
C) Unbilical Hernia
D) Hydrocele
Answer : Cryptorchidism
MCQs 48. Old Man’s appearance is seen in children with
A) Fever
B) Marasmus
C) Jaundice
D) Encephalopathy
Answer: Marasmus
MCQs 49. Which of the following Danger signs should be informed immediately during the Antepartum period?
A) Blurred vision
B) Nasal stuffiness
C) Breast tenderness
D) Constipation
Answer: Blurred vision
MCQs 50. ‘The Indian Mental Health Act’ was passed during the year
A) 1992
B) 1987
C) 1947
D) 1942
Answer: 1987

MCQs 51. The Term ‘Inventory’ means
A) The list of medicines at a drug store
B) The list of material ordered
C) The list of materials available in the store
D) The list of materials required in the store
Answer: The list of materials available in the store
MCQs 52. What care should be taken on priority basis for oral hygiene of an unconscious patient?
A) Thoroughly cleaning oral surfaces
B) Preventing aspiration
C) Controlling mouth odor
D) Applying local antiseptic
Answer: Preventing aspiration
MCQs 53. In a patient already suffering from a disease, a new infection set up from another source or host is known as
A) Sepsis
B) Cross infection
C) Iatrogenic Infection
D) Contamination
Answer: Cross infection
MCQs 54. If the LMP is January 31 the expected date of delivery (ED4 is
A) Oct 7
B) Oct 24
C) Nov 7
D) Nov 8
Answer: Nov7
MCQs 55. The maximum amount of ‘Vitamin D’ is present in which of the following
A) Milk
B) Eggs
C) Fish fat
D) Cod liver oil
Answer: Cod liver oil
MCQs 56. What is the Colour coding of the bag in hospitals to dispose of human anatomical waste such as body part?
A) Yellow
B) Black
C) Red
D) Blue
Answer: Yellow
MCQs 57. Staining technique used in RNTCP is
A) Zeihl Nielson stain
B) Gram stain
C) Giemsa stain
Correct Options: Zeihl Nielson stain

MCQs 58. Which of the following anti-tuberculosis drug is Not given in Pregnancy?
A) Streptomycin
C) Ethambutol
D) Rifampicin
Answer: Streptomycin

MCQs 59. Pregnancy test’ is based on the estimation of the
A) FSH Hormone
B) Progesterone Hormone
C) HCG Hormone
D) LH Hormone
Answer: HCG Hormone
MCQs 60. The Equipment used in the examination of ear is called
A) Laryngoscope
B) Otoscope
C) Proctoscope
D) Endoscope
Answer: Otoscope
MCQs 61. The Solution used to disinfect the bed linen of HIV infected patient
A) Savlon
B) Sodium hypochlorite
C) Dettol
D) Cidex
Answer: Sodium hypochlorite
MCQs 62. The Reduction of insulin leads to
A) Arthritis
B) Diabetes
C) Heart Diseases
D) Migraine
Answer: Diabetes
MCQs 63. Severe joint pain is associated with which of the following
A) Malaria
B) Flu
C) Chikungunya & Dengue
D) All the above
Answer: Chikungunya & Dengue
MCQs 64. Exposure to the sun without appropriate protection may cause
A) Skin Cancer
B) Blood Cancer
C) Bone Cancer
D) Mouth Cancer
Answer: Skin Cancer
MCQs 65. ‘March 8’ is celebrated as
A) Rajasthan Day
B) World Women’s Day
C) WHO Day
D) UN Day
Answer: World Women’s Day
MCQs 66. Which part of the eye is transplanted from the eyes that are donated?
A) Retina
B) Cornea
C) Entire eyeball
D) Iris
Answer: Cornea
MCQs 67. The Millennium Development Goal 6′ was associated with
A) Reduce Child Mortality।
B) To improve Maternal health
C) Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases
D) Develop a Global Partnership for Development
Answer: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases
MCQs 68. The first country to start the Family Planning program is
A) India
B) China
C) Pakistan
D) Japan
Answer: India
MCQs 69. District level authority of the health department is
B) Joint Director
Answer: CM&HO
MCQs 70. The National program ‘RNTCP’ is related to which disease condition
A) Neonatal Tetanus
B) Measles
C) T.B.
Answer: T.B.
MCQs 71. The Primary Health Centre (PHC) is managed by
A) Health Inspector
C) Medical officer
Answer: Medical officer
MCQs 72. ‘Scurvy’ is caused due to the deficiency of which vitamin
A) Vitamin B
B) Vitamin C
C) Vitamin D
D) Vitamin A
Answer: Vitamin C
MCQs 73. When should one drink ORS?
A) During fever
B) During Diarrhea
C) When Thirsty
D) During high Blood Pressure
Answer: During Diarrhea
MCQs 74. How many doses of Tablet/Syrup of deworming can be given to a child
A) Once in a month
B) Twice in six month
C) Once in a year
D) Twice in a year
Answer: Twice in a year
MCQs 75. ‘IYCF (Infant and young child feeding)’ is related to which of the following
A) Initiation of breastfeeding within one hour of birth
B) Exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months
C) Complementary feeding starting on completion of 6 months of age
D) All the above
Answer: All the above
MCQs 76. ‘Newborn Care Corners (NBCCs)’ have been established at
A) All Sub Centers
B) All Primary Health Centers
C) All Community Health Centers
D) All Delivery Points
Answer: All Delivery Points
MCQs 77. Section 4 of COTPA is related to COTPA
A) Warnings at selling points of tobacco products
B) Sale of tobacco products within 200 meters of educational institutes
C) Smoke-free public places
D) Advertisement for Tobacco products
Answer: Smoke-free public places
MCQs 78. Diet given in a Malnutrition Treatment Centre is ।called
A) H75 and H100
B) F75 and F100
C) Diet 75 and Diet 100
D) None of the above
Answer: F75 and F100
MCQs 79. Which food nutrient is required more in a pregnant woman in India?
A) Iron
B) Calcium
C) Potassium
D) Zinc
Answer: Iron
MCQs 80. ‘Iron Sucrose’ is given to
A) All women
B) All anemic women
C) Pregnant women who are highly anemic
D) Lactating mothers who are anemic
Answer: Pregnant women who are highly anemic
MCQs 81. ‘Rashtriya Bal Swathya Karyakram’ considers children of the following age group
A) 018 years
B) 019 years
C) 118 years
D) 119 years
Answer: 018 years
MCQs 82. ‘HBNC+ Program’ covers the child until the age of
A) 2 Months
B) 6 Month
C) 1 Year
D) 5 Year
Answer: 1 Year
MCQs 83. Which females get services at ‘Anganwadi Center’?
A) All  women
B) All lactating mothers
C) All pregnant and lactating mothers
D) Aged women
Answer: All pregnant and lactating mothers
MCQs 84. What is the measure of the health status of children in the community?
Answer: IMR
MCQs 85. On a fixed day service for women and child health care are provided at the Anganwadi Kendra. This Day is called
A) Arogya health camp
B) Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition day
C) Swasthya Divas
D) Poshahar Divas
Answer: Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition day
MCQs 86. ‘Alopecia’ is commonly seen after in which of the following Drug therapy
A) Antibiotic therapy
B) Chemotherapy
C) Radiotherapy
D) None of the above
Answer: Chemotherapy
MCQs 87. What should be done to decontaminate the articles used in the labor room to conduct delivery?
A) Wash with detergent & water
B) Place in 0.5 % chlorine solution for 10 minutes
C) Place in 5 % chlorine solution for 60 minutes
D) Wash with tap water
Answer: Place in 0.5 % chlorine solution for 10 minutes
MCQs 88. ‘Distant vision’ is assessed by using
A) Confrontation test
B) Hirschberg test
C) Jaeger card
D) Snellen chart
Answer: Snellen chart
MCQs 89. Eyes need to be covered during phototherapy session because
A) To make sure that the newborn has closed the eyes well
B) Reduce overstimulation from bright colors
C) Prevent injury to conjunctiva and retina
D) Limit excessive rapid eye movements and anxiety
Answer: Prevent injury to conjunctiva and retina
MCQs 90. In diarrhea, which of the following supplementation should be done
A) Iron
B) Iodine
C) Zinc
D) Calcium
Answer: Zinc
MCQs 91. Which of the following patient is at high risk of UTI?
A) Diabetes mellitus
B) Patient on antibiotics
C) Patient with Urinary stone
D) Patient with a family history of U.T.I.
Answer: Diabetes mellitus
MCQs 92. The Most Commonest cause of Blindness in India is
A) Vitamin A deficiency
B) Cataract
C) Glaucoma
D) Trachoma
Answer: Cataract
MCQs 93. ‘Meniere’s disease’ is related to
A) Eye
B) Ear
C) Respiratory system
D) Digestive system
Answer: Ear
mcqs 94. Factor affecting nutrition is/are
A) Religion
B) Culture
C) Economic
D) All of the above
Answer: All of the above
mcqs 95. ‘KMC’ should be continued for a neonate born preterm
A) Up to 28 days after birth
B) Up to 4 month age
C) Up to 40th week of pregnancy
D) Till baby achieves 3500 gm weight
Answer: Till baby achieves 3500 gm weight
mcqs 96. The Space between arachnoid & pia matter is called
A) Epidural
B) Subdural
C) Subarachnoid
D) Extradural
Answer: Subarachnoid
mcqs 97. The right dose of Inj. Vitamin K for babies born with weight less than 1kg
A) 0.5 mg
B) 1 mg
C) 0.1 mg
D) 1 mcg
Answer : 0.5 mg
MCQs 98. ‘IOP’ increases in
A) In Conjunctivitis
B) In Glaucoma
C) In Cataract
D) In Style
Answer: In Glaucoma
MCQs 99. During Meningitis, which of the following clinical findings appears
A) CSF pressure increases
B) CSF pressure decreases
C) CSF glucose increases
D) B.P. decreases
Answer: CSF pressure increases
MCQs 100. Inadequate intake of which vitamin by the pregnant woman can cause Neural tube defect in the child
A) Folic acid
B) Thiamine
C) Niacin
D) Riboflavin
Answer: Folic acid

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