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Lok Sewa Aayog – Objective Questions | Public Service Commission

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PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMME AND MANGEMENT

SET-3

  1. Which of the following is the general characteristic of new born baby?

a. AGAR score below 7       b. APGAR score 7-10       c. APGAR score above 10               d. None of the above

2. Most satisfactory method of collecting data is …

a. Oral questionnaire        b. Postal questionnaire         c. Result of experiments                d. First hand reports

3. Quantitative data can be represented in …

a. Pictogram          b. Pie diagram    c. Histogram       d. Bar diagram

4. The percentage is depicted by …

a. Bar chart            b. Pie chart          c. Histogram       d. Pictogram

5. The Incubation period range of kala-azar is …

a. 7 to 28 days            b. 14 to 42 days                c. 10 days to 2 years       d. 14 days to many years

6. Census is usually carried difference of:

a. 12 years      b. A decade        c. 15 years          d. A dentury

7. Which of the following drug is useful for AIDS?

a. Azathioprine           b. Interferon      c. Vidarabine      d. Zidorvdine

8. The calculate vital statistics the population used is as on:

a. January 1         b. April 1              c. July 1                 d. October 1

9. What is the incubation period of kala-azar?

a. 1-2 weeks          b. 2-4 weeks      c. 2-6 months    d. 1-2 weeks

10. A Japanese encephalitis epidemic was seen in … district in Nepal for the first time?

a. Jhapa          b. Morang           c. Rupandehi      d. Sunsari

11. Egg supplies all nutrients except …

a. Fat            b. Minerals         c. Vitamin A        d. Vitamin C

12. Demography is the study of all except …

a. Fertility         b. Mortality        c. Migration        d. Morbidity

13. The second long term health plan period is started from:

a. 1995-2015 AD          b. 1996-2016 AD               c. 1997-2017 AD               d. 1998-2018 AD

14. Which of the following species of mosquito transfers Japanese encephalitis?

a. Anopheles           b. Cerlicine          c. Culex                d. None

15. Which animal is closet when organ transplant to human being is attempted?

a. Chimpanzee           b. Dog                   c. Monkey           d. Pig

16. Which vaccine is given for prevention of TB?

a. BCG                b. DPT                   c. Oral polio        d. TT

17. Most university accepted indicator of health status of whole population is:

a. Crude death rate           b. Infant mortality rate                  c. Child mortality rate     d. Maternal mortality rate

18. By second long term health plan period, the MMR will be reduced from 281/ lakh to:

a. 258/lakh              b. 250/lakh          c. 247/lakh          d. 240/lakh

19. The transmission of malaria can be significantly reduced by

a. Anti mosquito measures         b. Chemoprophylaxis     c. Radical chemotherapy              d. None of the above

20. Malaria parasite in mosquito has the … stages.

a. Okinete             b. Oocyst             c. Sporozite        d. Zygote

21. According to demographic health survey 064/065, the recent contraceptive prevalence rate of Nepal is:

a. 39%               b. 42%                   c. 44%                   d. 47%

22. Which of the following is the largest sinus?

a. Ethmoidal             b. Frontal             c. Maxillary         d. Sphenoidal

23. The denominator for calculating infant mortality rate is:

a. Mid year estimated population                  b. Number of infants

c. Number of live birth in one year                d. Number of birth in one year

24. Which of the following opportunistic fungal infections is seen in AIDS?

a. Cryptococcus               b. Coccidioides                  c. Candida           d. All of the above

25. According to annual report 2065/2066, the 4th ANC visit coverage is:

a. 7%               b. 49.8%               c. 55.9%                d. 58.5%

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26. The world AIDS day is celebrated on …

a. 1st January          b. 1st April           c. 1st May           d. 1st December

27. Which is the general pulse rate of new baby?

a. 90-120 times/ min          b. 100-120 times/ min    c. 120-140 times/ min    d. 140-160 times/ min

28. Which of the following provides maximum energy?

a. Carbohydrate            b. Fat                     c. Protein             d. Vitamin

29. The 1st five year plan period was between:

a. 1952-1952             b. 1954-1959                       c. 1956-1961       d. 1958-1963

30. All of the following are malaria control strategies except …

a. Prevention & control of epidemics with particular reference of p falciparum malaria

b. ICE for the use of personal protection measures (Simple bed not or INTS), treatment seeking behavior and compliance

c. Promotion of operational field research or evidence based decision making in malaria control

d. Training or increased competence of periplural level health status in malaria control

31. … is associated with defense mechanism of human body?

a. RBC                 b. WBC                 c. Platelets          d. None of the above

32. Kala-azar is also known as …

a. Genetic disease           b. Hormonal disease       c. Vector born disease   d. Water disease

33. The best time for collecting blood sample for microfilaria is

a. 8:00 pm – 10:00 am           b. 2:00 am – 6:00 am       c. 6:00 am – 6:00 pm       d. All of the above

34. The disease that may be transmitted by “Tatooing” is …

a. AIDS             b. Cancer             c. Gonorrhoea                   d. Hepatitis B

35. Respiratory unit comprises of …

a. Alveoli         b. Alveolar duct alveoli   c.  Terminal bronchial-alveoli      d. Respiratory bronchiole-alveoli

36. The safe motherhood program was initiated in Nepal in …

a. 1992                 b. 1994                  c. 1996                  d. 1998

37. A man with heavy smoking habit for many years is caught by cough breathlessness is suffering from …

a. Chronic bronchitis             b. Asthma           c. Both a & b      d. None

38. Which of the following blood cells is primarily affected in AIDS?

a. B-Lymphocytes             b. Monocytes                    d. RBC                   d. T-Lymphocytes

39. Which of the following indicates severity of illness?

a. Case fatality rate           b. Prevalence rate           c. Proportional mortality rate      d. Incidence rate

40. … is a feature of asymptomatic carrier state.

a. AIDS dementia          b. Fever                c. Splenomegaly               d. Persistent generalized lymphadenopathy

41. How much protein in required for an adult daily?

a. 5 gram/ kg body wt         b. 1 gram/ kg body wt    c. 1.5 grams/ kg body wt               d. 2 grams/ kg body wt

42. External respiration is the process of …

a. Exchange of gases        b. Exchane of O2 and Co2             c. Exchange of CO2 & Co3       d. Exchange of O2 & O3

43. 1 gm. Of Hemoglobin carries … of oxygen.

a. 34 ml           b. 1.5 ml               c. 2 ml                   d. 3 ml

44. Which is the most common cause of nutritional anemia?

a. Floate deficiency            b. Iron deficiency             c. Vitamin B12 deficiency              d. Pyridoxine deficiency

45. Weaning foods refer to …

a. Birthday dishes            b. Complementary food                c. Royal dishes                   d. Supplementary food

46. The first national immunization day (NID) was successfully conducted in Nepal on …

a. Mangsir 22 & Magh 5, 2054                  b. Mangsir 21 & Magh 4, 2055

c. Mangsir 20 & Magh, 2056                     d. Mangsir 22 & Magh 4, 2057

47. Which is the dangerous sign in ARI?

a. Convulsion          b. Unable to drink            c. Severe malnutrition    d. All of the above

48. The IMCI is short form of …

a. Integrated management of childhood illness             b. Integrated management of chronic illness

c. Integrated management of clinical illness                   d. Integrated management of clinical investigation

49. Which of the following continent is free from Japanese encephalitis?

a. Europe             b. Australia         c. America           d. All of the above

50. ARI does not includes …

a. Epiglottitis            b. Otitis media                   c. TB                       d. Tracheobronchitis

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