Reproductive Health Questions

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List of reproductive health Questions

Question No Questions Class
1 Saheli, a female antifertility pill is used
A . Daily
B. weekly
c. Quarterly
D. Monthly
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2 The sex ratio is the highest in
A. Punjab
B. Harayana
c. Kerala
D. Karnataka
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3 Emergency contraceptives are effective
if used within
A. 72 hrs of coitus
B. 72 hrs of ovulation
c. 72 hrs of menstruation
D. 72 hrs of implantation.
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4 Assertion
In barrier methods, ovum and sperms
are prevented from physical meetings.
Reason

Barrier methods are used during coitus, to prevent the entry of ejaculated semen into the female reproductive tract
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect

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5 Explain the reasons that you feel are behind such embarrassment amongst
some parents to freely discuss such issues with their growing children.
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6 According to the Census Report 2011 India’s population grew between 2001 ( 2011, ) at annual average rate of
A . ( 1.64 % )
B . 2.14%
c. 2.25%
D . 1.34%
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7 Which one is the method of
contraception?
A. Barrier methods
B. Chemical methods
c. Intra Uterine Contraceptive Devices
D. All of the above
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8 Consider the statements given below regarding contraception and answer as directed thereafter
(a) Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) during first trimester is generally safe.
(b) Generally chances of conception are nil until mother breast-feeds the infant
upto two years.
(c) Intrauterine devices like copper ( T )
are effective contraceptives.
(d) Contraception pills may be taken upto one week after coitus to prevent conception. Which two of the above statements are
correct?
A. a and c
B. a and b
( mathbf{C} cdot mathbf{b} ) and ( c )
D. ( c ) and ( d )
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9 Given below are four methods (A-D) and
their modes of action (i-iv) in
achieving contraception. Select their
correct matching from the four options
that follow.

Method ( quad ) Mode of Action
A. Prevents sperms
Oral pill ( quad ) (i) ( quad ) reaching cervix
B. Condom
(ii) Prevents fertilisation
C. Vasectomy
(iii) Prevents ovulation
Semen contains no
D. CopperT ( quad ) (iv) ( quad ) sperms
( A )
A – (iii), B – (iv) ( C-(i), D-( ) ii)
B. ( A-(i i), B-(i i i), C-(i), D-(i v) )
( c )
( A-(text { iii) }, B-(i), C-(i v), D-(i i) )
D. A – (iv), B – (i), C – (ii), D- (iii)

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10 a. What are the features of an ideal
contraceptive?
b. Mention the natural methods of
contraception.
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11 Which of the following is the most widely accepted method of contraception in India at present?
A. Cervical caps
B. Tubectomy
c. Diaphragms
D. IUDs (Intra uterine devices)
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12 What are the programmes listed under the maternity and child health and
family planning.
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13 Name two intrauterine contraceptive
devices that affect the motility of
sperms
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14 Why should adolescent pregnancy be avoided? 12
15 Expand the following terms.
BOD, STP, MTP, UTR, MALT
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16 IUDs prevent pregnancy by
A. Inhibiting physiological and morphological uterine changes required for implantation
B. Increasing phagocytosis of spermatozoa within Uterus
C. Suppressing motility of sperms as well as their fertilising capacity
D. All of the above
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17 MTP involves
A. Opening and dilating of the cervix to evacuate the uterus by suction.
B. Opening and dilating of the fallopian tube to evacuate the uterus by suction.
C. Opening and dilating of the vagina to evacuate the uterus by suction.
D. None of the above
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18 CuT, LNG-20 and Cu7 are examples of
A. Contraceptive pills
B. Surgical methods of sterilization
C. Assisted reproductive technology
D. Intrauterine device
E. Monoclonal antibodies
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19 Oral administration of small doses of
which of the following hormonal drugs are popular contraceptive methods used by the females?
A. Progesterone
B. Progesterone and estrogen
c. Lactogen
D. Both A and B
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20 The difference between birth rate and
death rate is termed as
A. life rate
B. survival rate
c. birth ratio
D. none of the above
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21 Population generally increases because of
A. high birth rate
B. relatively lower death rate
c. immigration
D. all of the above
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22 The first stage of demographic transition was experienced in India,
during the period of
A. ( 1891-1921 )
B. 1821-1881
c. ( 1951-1981 )
D. 1921-1951
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23 The substance used in the birth control
pills is?
A. Tetracycline
B. Sulphadiazine
c. Novestrol
D. Penicillin
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24 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given :
Identify the figures of the contraceptives given below and select
the correct option.
A. A – Condom for female, B Implant, C CuT, D- condom for male
B. A Implant, B CuT, C – Condom for female, D – condom for male
c. A – condom for male, B CuT, C Implant, D-condom for female
D. A – condom for male, B Implant, C CuT, D- condom for female
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25 Assertion
Capital formation in India has been low
due to population explosion.
Reason Rising population has led to increased spending on consumption, while very little part of the national income is available for savings and investments
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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26 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given:
Consider the following statements each
with one or two blanks.
(A) Lippes loop is a (i). IUD while multiload 375 is a ( (mathrm{ij}) ) IUD.
(B) Surgical methods of contraception are also called as (iii), methods.
(C) High MMR and IMR play a significant role in ( ( ) iv ) human
population. Which one of the following options,
gives the correct fill ups for the
respective blank numbers from
(i) to
(iv) in the above statements?
A. (i) copper releasing,
(ii) non-medicated (iv) decreasing
B. (iii) barrier, (iv) increasing
c. (i) non-medicated,
(ii) copper releasing, (iv) decreasing
D. (i) copper releasing, (ii) non-medicated, (iii) sterilisation
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27 Which of the following contraceptive methods do involve a role of hormone?
A. Lactational amenorrhea, Pills Emergency contraceptives
B. Barrier method, Lactational amenorrhea, Pills
c. CuT, Pills, Emergency contraceptives
D. Pills, Emergency contraceptives, Barrier methods
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28 Write any one cause of uncontrolled
population growth.
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29 Explain the action cu releasing IUO and hormone releasing IUD reperatily. 12
30 The population in India has almost tripled since
per Census 2011
A . 1921
B. 1941
c. 195
D. 2001
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31 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given :
Reproductive health in society can be improved by;
(I) Introduction of sex education in
schools
(II) Increased medical assistance
(III) Awareness about contraception and
STDS
(IV) Equal opportunities to male and female child
(V) Encouraging myths and misconceptions
( A cdot(i),(text { ii) },(i i i),(i v),(v) )
B. (i), (ii), (iv), (v)
c. (i), (ii), (iii), (iv)
D. (ii), (v)
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32 Contraceptive pill contains –
A. Chemical that cause automatic abortion
B. Chemical that prevent fertilization of ovum
c. spermmicidal salt
D. Progesterone and estrogen
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33 Define demography. What are the reasons for population explosion since
( 19^{t h} ) century? Describe the environmental impacts caused due to population explosion with the help of diagram.
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34 According to 1991 census, the minimum
percent of population increase is in the state
A. Kerala
B. Tamilnadu
c. west Bengal
D. Madhya Pradesh
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35 What is the legal age for the marriage
of?
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36 IUDs which are used by females
A. Act as spermicidal jellies
B. Block the entry of sperms into vagina
C. Are implanted under the skin and they release progestron and estrogen
D. Release copper ions in the uterus that increase phagocytosis of sperms
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37 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given :
What is true for lactational
amenorrhea?
(i) It means absence of menstruation.
(ii) Ovulation does not occur during the lactational period.
(iii) Chances of contraception are almost nil upto six months following parturition.
(iv) Side effects are almost nil
(v) Contraceptive efficiency reduces after the period of intense lactation.
(vi) It is a natural method of
contraception.
(vii) It increases phagocytosis of
sperms.
A . (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi)
B. (i), (ii), (iii) and (iv)
( c . ) (ii), (iii), (iv), (v) and (vii)
( D cdot(i),(text { ii) }, ) (iii), (iv), (v) and (vi)
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38 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given :
Which of the following statements, is incorrect regarding the medical termination of pregnancy (MTP)?
A. These help in getting rid of unwanted pregnancies.
B. These help in aborting the pregnancies which may be harmful to either mother or foetus or both
c. These contribute in decreasing the human population
D. None of these
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39 Birth-rate in India is high because of
A. illiteracy
B. social orthodoxy
c. desire of a male child
D. all of the above
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40 The given figure represents locations in human female reproductive system that are affected by different birth control measures. Identify them and
select the correct option
A. P-Copper T, Q – Birth control pills, R Tubectomy, S condom
B. P – Birth control pills, Q Copper T, R Tubectomy, S –
C. P- Birth control pills, Q Diaphragm, R Ovariectomy, copper ( T )
D. P Copper T, Q – Birth control pills, R Ovariectomy, S –
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41 What are the different methods of
contraception?
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42 Tubectomy is a population control method performed in
A . Males
B. Females
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
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43 Suggest the aspects of reproductive
health which need to be given specia
attention in the present scenario.
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44 select the correct option from the given
codes.
( mathbf{A} )
( A-(i), B-(i i) ;(i v) ;(i x), C-(i i i) ;(v i), D-(v i i) ) ; (viii), , E-(V)
( B )
( A-(i), B-(i i) ;(i v), C-(i i i) ) ; (vi); ; (ix), D-(vii);(viii), E-(v)
( ;(i x), D-(v i i) )
( mathbf{C} cdot A-(i), B-(i i) ;(i v) ;(i x), C-(i i i) )
; (viii), , E-(v); (vi)
D. ( A-(i) ) ( mathrm{B}-(mathrm{iv}) ;(mathrm{i} mathrm{x}), mathrm{C}-(mathrm{ii}) ;(mathrm{iii}) ;(mathrm{vi}), mathrm{D}-(mathrm{vii}) ;(mathrm{viii}), mathrm{E}-(mathrm{v}) )
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45 Suggest any four methods that are used
for birth control. State the basic
principles involved in each.
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46 As per Census 2011 , India has ( 2.4 % ) of
world’s land area and is home to
of the total world population.
( A ). ( 23.1 % )
B . 10.5%
c. ( 17.5 % )
D. 12.8%
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47 Which substance can be used as male
contraceptive in future?
A. FSH
B. Testosterone
c. Progesterone
D. LH
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48 Which among the following is a significant feature of the India’s
population?
A. High rural population
B. Low death rate
c. Low gender ratio
D. All of the above
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49 Literacy rate of male population is population.
A. higher than female
B. lower than female
c. same as female
D. none of the above
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50 Differentiate between :
Klinefelters syndrome and Turners syndrome
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51 Mala – D was developed by
A. CDRI Dehradun
B. Central marcotic Institute National
C . Central drug research Institute Lucknow
D. Central narcotic research institute Hyderabad
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52 are the ways of family planning.
A. To take contraceptive tablets
B. To use Nirodh (Condoms)
c. To install copper –
D. All of the above
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53 Select the option which correctly fills up the blanks, in the following
statement-
(i) Destruction of embryo or foetus in the uterus is called
(ii) Government of India legalised MTP in the year
(iii) Natural family planning method is also called
(iv) is a method in which the
male partner withdraws his penis from vagina just before ejaculation.
(v) ( —– ) is a copper releasing and is a hormone releasing intra uterine devices.
A . (i) foeticide
(ii) 1961
(iii) rhythm method, (iv) safety period, (v) Multiload 375, LNG-20
B. (i) foeticide
(ii) 1971
(iii) rhythm method, (iv) coitus interruptus
(v) Multiload 375, LNG-20
c. (i) foeticide,
(ii) 1965
(iii) rhythm method, (iv) coitus interruptus,
(v) Multiload 375, CuT
D (ii) matricide
(ii) 1982
(iii) contraception method, (iv) interruptus, (v) Multiload 375, LNG-20
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54 The number of people living per square feet is known as the density of population
A. True
B. False
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55 is measured in terms of the
number of persons per square kilometer.
A. Size of population
B. Sex-Ratio
c. Density of population
D. Life – Expectancy at Birth
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56 Which of the following factors does riot affect sustainable population size?
A. Predation
B. Resources
c. competition
D. All of these can affect population size
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57 Biotic potential refers to
A. Increase of population under optimum environmental conditions
B. Increase of population under given conditions
C. Increase of population under natural conditions
D. Increase of population under climatic conditions
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58 Select the hormone-releasing IntraUterine Devices.
A. Vaults, LNG-20
B. Multiload 375, Progestasert
c. Progestasert, LNG-20
D. Lippes Loop, Multiload 375
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59 Match the following procedures. 12
60 (a) Identify the given diagram. Name
the parts 1 to 5 .
(b) What is contraception? List three
advantages of adopting contraceptive
measures.
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61 Family Planning has made minimum impact in rural areas because of
A. non availability of birth control measure
B. social orthodoxy and psychological factors
c. lack of adequate fund
D. defective planning
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62 Suggest four measures for control of
human population.
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63 Which of the following socio-economic factor tend to keep birth rate in India at a high level?
A. Urbanisation
c. Poverty
D. None of the above
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64 Infant mortality rate in India has declined to ( _{-}-_{-}-_{-} ) per thousand as
per Census 2011
A . 32
B. 47
( c cdot 5 )
D. 66
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65 National population policy was declared
in the year
A. 2000
B . 1999
( c .200 )
D. 1998
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66 List three techniques that have been developed to prevent pregnancy.Which one of these techniques is not meant for males? How does the use of these
techniques have a direct impact on the health and prosperity of a family?
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67 Which of the following are the reasons for population explosion?
(i) Increased health facilities
(ii) Rapid increase in MMR
(iii) Rapid increase in IMR
(iv) Rapid decrease in MMR
(v) Decrease in number of people
reaching reproductive age
( A cdot ) (i) and (iv)
B. (iii) and (v)
c. (ii) and (iii)
( D cdot ) (i) and (v)
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68 Consider the following statements:
A. Condom, diaphragm and cervical caps ate the common barriers used to
prevent pregnancy.
B. Oral pills and vaginal pills are the chemical method practiced for the
prevention of pregnancy.
C. Intra-Uterine Contraceptive Devices (IUCDs) prevent implantation in the
uterus.
D. Vasectomy and tubectomy are the surgical methods practiced for birth
control.
The correct ones are given in
( A cdot A, B, C ) and ( D )
B. ( B, c ) and ( D )
c. A and D
D. ( c ) and ( D )
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69 Which among the following are biological methods that are being used
to control population growth?
A. Condoms
B. oral contraceptives
( c cdot c u-T )
D. All of the above
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70 Given below are four statements (i)-(iv).
Which two of the following statements
are correct?
(i) It is estimated that more than 70
percent of the world livestock
population is in India and China.
(ii) Stringent cleanliness and hygiene (both of the cattle and the handlers) are
of paramount importance while milking, storage and transport of the milk and its products.
(iii) Out-breeding is the breeding between animals of the same breed
only.
(iv) Crosses between different breeds is
called inbreeding.
A ( cdot ) (i) and (ii)
B. (iii) and (iv)
c. (i) and (iv)
D. (ii) and (iii)
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71 A class of spermicides (used for contraception) inhibits the flagellar motion of the sperm thereby preventing it from swimming towards the egg. This is achieved by
A. Inhibiting the motor protein dynein
B. Inhibiting the motor protein kinesin
c. Disrupting the microflaments
D. Depolymerizing microtubules
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72 Which of the following is regarded as an absolute contraindication of oral
contraceptive pill?
A. Eczema/Dermatitis
B. Lactating mother
c. Breast cancer
D. Both (B) and (C)
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73 In the rhythm method of birth control, the couple abstain from intercourse
A. One day before and after ovulation
B. Two days before and after ovulation
c. Three days before and after ovulation
D. One week days before and after ovulation
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74 The
( 1921, ) thus, it has been termed as the
year of the great divide.
A. partition between India and Pakistan took place
B. population of India saw a negative growth rate
( c cdot operatorname{both} A & B )
D. neither A nor B
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75 Prevention of pregnancy is called
A. Contraception
B. conception
C. Abortion
D. Sterilization
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76 Diaphragms are used by
A. Male
B. Females
c. Both A and B
D. None of the above
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77 Which among the following statements is incorrect with regards to the features of population in India?
A. Birth rate per thousand is 20.97 as per Census 2011
B. According to Census 2011, the death rate per thousand stands at 7.48
C. As per Census 2011 , there are 940 females for every 1000 males
D. The density of population in India is 297 people per square kilometre
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78 What do you think would have
happened if humans also give birth to a large number of babies at the same
time?
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79 Which of the following is a hormonereleasing IUD?
A. LNG-20
B. Multiload-375
c. Lippes loop
D. ( c u-7 )
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80 What is meant by a reproductively healthy society? List two measures to
develop such a society.
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81 Dependency rate is above in
India
A . 30
B. 33
c. 36
D. 37
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82 Which structure is cut and tied off in a
vasectomy?
A. Penis
B. Epididymis
c. Urethra
D. Vas deferens
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83 What are the suggested reasons for
population explosion?
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84 Population explosion in India is due to
A. climate
B. Increased death rate
c. Lack of education
D. All of the above
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85 Which of the following organizations developed ‘Saheli’, an oral contraceptive drug for females?
A. National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education And Research (NIPER)
B. Central Drug Research Institute(CDRI)
c. International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology (ICGEB)
D. Indian Institutes of Science Education & Research Bhopal
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86 Which surgical operation is undertaken in a women for planned family?
A. Vasectomy
B. Prostatectomy
c. Tubectomy
D. None of the above
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87 Q. 2 Which is
which is the correct statement about birth control pills?
(a) Contain estrogen only
(b) Contain progesterone only
(c) Contain a mixture of estrogen and progesterone derivatives
(d) Progesterone enhances ovulation
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88 Briefly, answer the following questions given below.
(i) State two reasons for the increase of population in India.
(ii) What is the significance of amniotic fluid?
(iiii) What is the function of ear
ossicles?
(iv) Mention any two activities of the
WHO
(v) State Mendel’s law of dominance.
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89 Induced abortion is also called
A. STD
в. мтр
( c cdot mid u D )
D. PID
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90 First country in the world which adopted family planning programme is
A. Japan
B. USA
c. India
D. Bangladesh
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91 In the demographic transition, the birth as well as the death rates decline.
A. third
B. second
c. fourth
D. first
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92 Reproductive health is related to
A. Physical fitness
B. Emotional compatibility
c. Behavioural inter relationships
D. All of the above
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93 Which among the following is a feature of India’s population?
A. High birth rate
B. High death rate
c. High female literacy ratio
D. Low life expectancy
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94 Collecting the information about female festicide is the abortion at a female
foetus outside of legal methods.
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95 What could be the reasons for adopting contraceptive methods? 12
96 Assertion
In a woman after hysterectomy, the
ovarian cycle is stopped
Reason
Because ( F S H ) is not secreted.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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97 IUDs are ideal contraceptives for the females who want to delay pregnancy and/or space children. Justify 12
98 Write about dispersion of human
population and factors influencing it.
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99 Assertion
Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are made of rubber and are inserted
into the female reproductive tract to cover the cervix before coitus.
Reason

These are chemical barriers of
conception which are reusable.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect

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100 Dependent Population creates burden
on
A. resources of each family
B. public utility services
c. both (a) and (b)
D. neither (a) nor (b)
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101 Assertion
As long as the mother breast-feeds the
child fully, chances of conception are almost nil.
Reason
Lactational amenorrhea method is
based on the fact that ovulation does
not occur during the period of intense lactation.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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102 Assertion
In India, IUDs like placement of copper-T is one of most widely accepted method of contraception.
Reason
Sterilisation, procedure in the male is called vasectomy.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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103 RCH stands for
A. Routine check-up of health
B. Reproduction cum hygiene
C. Reversible contraceptive hazards
D. Reproductive and child health care
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104 Very short answer type. Define zero population growth. 12
105 Population explosion is the main cause of pollution. Explain 12
106 Which of the following means of birth control is most effective in preventing
AIDS?
A. Condom
в. Pill
c. Diaphragm
D. Spermicidal jelly
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107 Which of the following is considered as the first impact of a pill taken for medical abortion?
A. It blocks the release of hormone progesterone
B. It delays the menstrual cycle
c. It delays release of estrogen
D. None of the above
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108 Briefly explain natural methods of birth
control.
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109 Human population is directly affected by which of the following?
A. Availability of medical facilities
B. Standard of living
c. Availability of food and shelter
D. All of the above
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110 Which of the following factors were responsible for the period of stagnant
growth of India’s population from 1901
( 1921 ? )
Poor health and medical services.
2. Illiteracy of people at large.
2. Inefficient distribution system of food and other basic necessities.
A. Only 1 and 2
B. Only 1 and 3
c. only 2 and 3
D. 1,2 and 3
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111 Choose the correct answer among the alternatives given:

Which of the following contraceptives are implanted under the skin?
( A )
в.
( c )
D.

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112 List four methods of contraception used by humans. How does their use have a
direct effect on the health and
prosperity of a family?
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113 Name any two contraceptive methods used by human female. 12
114 According to 2011 census, the male literacy is highest in
A. Kerala
B. Maharashtra
c. Mizoram
D. west Bengal.
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115 IUDs are ideal contraceptives for
females who want to delay pregnancy and/or space children. Explain?
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116 Progesterone present in contraceptive pill is meant for
A. Checking ovulation
B. Preventing fertilisation
c. Preventing implantation of zygote
D. Preventing cleavage
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117 What are the benefits of using mechanical barriers during sexual act?
A. Prevention of infection
B. Contraception
c. Both A and B
D. None of these
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118 Name the category and the principle involved in the use of contraceptives. 12
119 Write any two major reasons for the population explosion in India. 12
120 Which of the following is not an intrauterine device?
B. Multiload-375
c. Norplant
D. Lippes loop
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121 How does CuT act as an effective
contraceptive for human females?
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122 Progesterone which is the most
important component of oral
contraceptive pills prevents pregnancy
by
A. Preventing the formation of egg
B. Preventing the cleavage of the fertilised egg
c. Creating unfavourable chemical environment for the sperms to survive in the female reproductive tract
D. Blocking ovulation
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123 The percentage of population living in rural areas in India, as per Census 2011
stands at
A . 62.17%
B. 68.84%
c. 56.61%
D. 31.16%
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124 The number of people living per is known as density of population.
A. square metre
B. square kilometre
c. square hectare
D. square feet
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125 Who was the first scientist to estimate
the human population
A. Darwin
B. Malthus
c. Garrod
D. Vavilor
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126 Is the use of contraceptives justified?
Give reasons.
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127 Assertion
Contraceptive pills are rich in only
progesterone and estrogen.
Reason
This will stop menstrual cycle for
Sometime.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is
the correct explanation for Assertion.
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion.
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect.
D. Assertion is incorrect but Reason is correct
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128 Which among the following is an effect of population explosion in India?
A. Pressure on agricultural sector
B. Rising unemployment
c. Environmental degradation
D. All of the above
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129 What is the percentage of India’s population to the world population?
A. 6 percent
B. 17.5 percent
c. 26 percent
D. 36 percent
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130 What could be the reasons for adopting
contraceptive methods?
A. To maintain the population size by preventing unwanted children
B. To maintain the distance between two children and to plan the family size
C. To prevent sexually transmitting diseases
D. All of the above
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131 Assertion
One is every six person in the world in
an Indian.
Reason
In India, there are more females than
males.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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132 Copper- ( T ) is a device that prevents
A. Fertilisation
B. Implantation of blastocyst
c. Egg maturation
D. Ovulation
E. Both A and B
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133 Induced abortion is
A . IUD
в. мтр
( c . ) STD
D. None of the above
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134 Periodic abstinence is a method used to
avoid which of the following situations?
A. Fertilization of sperm and ovum after coitus
B. Unwanted pregnancy
c. Release of the ovum in a female body
D. None of these
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135 The third stage of demographic transition is characterised with low
growth rate of population due to decline in both birth as well as the death rate.
A. True
B. False
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136 “Human population grows in geometric ratio while food materials increase in
arithmetic proportion.” It is a statement
from
A. Darwin
B. Bateson
c. Amartya sen
D. Malthus
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137 MTP is considered safe upto how many weeks of pregnancy?
A. six
B. Eight
c. Twelve
D. Eighteen
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138 Copper-T is a device that prevents
A. Fertilisation
B. Implantation of blastocyst
c. Egg maturation
D. Ovulation
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139 Expand M.T.P. 12
140 The following factors indicate improved
reproductive health of the society.
1. Better detection and cure of disease
2. Better post-natal care
3. Medically assisted deliveries
4. Increased MMR
Select the code for the correct answer
from the options given below
A. 2,3 and 4 only
B. 1,2 and 3 only
C. 1,3 and 4 only
D. 1,2 and 4 only
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141 By taking one example of a local plant and animal, how would you help these parents to overcome such inhibitions
about reproduction and reproduction?
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142 Which of the following State has highest literary rate?
A. Maharashtra
B. Gujarat
c. Kerala
D. None of the above
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143 As per 2011 census literacy rate in India
is
A . 54.16%
в. 85.85%
c. 74.04%
D. 63.80%
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144 Saheli is?
A. An oral contraceptive for females
B. A surgical sterilization method for females
C. A diaphragm for females
D. A diaphragm used by males
E. A surgical method of sterilization in males
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145 Write any two major reasons for the population explosion in India. 12
146 Sex ratio refers to the number of
females per
A. 100 males
B. 1000 males
c. 10000 males
D. None of the above
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147 Assertion
CuT, Cu7 and multiload 375 are the
hormone releasing IUDs.
Reason
Cu ions released by some UDS affect the ability of uterine wall to support embryo thus cause contraception.
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
c. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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148 Read the following statements and select the option having both incorrect statements.
(i) Condoms decrease sperm motility.
(ii) Diaphragms, cervical caps and vaults are for both males and females.
(iii) IUDs are inserted by-expert nurses.
(iv) Sterilisation is a terminal method
to prevent further pregnancy.
A. (i) and (iii)
B. (i) and (ii)
c. (iii) and (iv)
D. (ii) and (iv)
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149 Which of the following statements is wrong regarding Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP)?
A. In India it is legal up to the 2 oth week of pregnancy
B. MTPs can’t be done without surgery
c. MTPs are considered to be relatively safe during the first trimester
D. It needs the assistance of qualified medical practitioners.
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150 Action of vaginal diaphragm is
A. Spermicidal
B. To prevent the sperm to come in contact with ova
C. To prevent the ova to come in the uterus.
D. Anti-implantational.
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151 In which of the following case/s, it is legal to terminate a pregnancy after 12 weeks of maternal age?
A. The continuation of the pregnancy would involve a risk to the life of the pregnant woman
B. There is a substantial risk that if the child was born he/she would suffer from such physical or mental abnormalities as to be seriously handicapped
c. To avoid possible pregnancy due to rape
D. All of the above
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152 What is the work of progesterone which is present in oral contraceptive pills?
A. To inhibit ovulation
B. To check oogenesis
c. To check entry of sperms in to cervix and to make them inactive
D. To check sexual behaviour
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153 What is the function of copper-T?
A. Checks mutation
B. Stops fertilization
c. stops zygote formation
D. Stops oblituation of blastocoel
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154 Suggest the aspects of reproductive
health which need to be given specia
attention in the present scenario.
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155 37. IVF (In Vitro Fertilization) Tech-
nique was first devised by
(1) Patrick Steptoe and Robert
Edwards
(2) Dr. Henry Dixon
(3) Robertson
(4) Dr. Martin Cooper
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156 If a women is using a copper-T, will it
help in protecting her from sexually transmitted disease?
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157 Which of the following is useful in maintaining the reproductive health?
A. Sex education
B. Birth control devices
c. Medical facilities
D. All of the above
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158 Mrs. Mehra, who is 32 years old
underwent a surgery to get her oviducts removed after having a girl. Now, she wants to another baby. Do you think she can have another baby?
A. Yes, she can have another baby as her ovaries are still functional to produce an egg
B. No, she cannot have another baby because of fertilization of egg place in the oviducts
c. Yes, she can have another baby
D. No, she cannot have another baby as the hormones associated with the oviduct will not be present
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159 Assertion
The world population was around 2
billion in 1900 which has rocketed to
about 6 billion by 2000
Reason
Increase in longevity due to decline in
death rate, maternal mortality rate and infant mortality rate has been some
major causes of population explosion
A. Both Assertion and Reason are correct and Reason is the correct explanation for Assertion
B. Both Assertion and Reason are correct but Reason is not the correct explanation for Assertion
C. Assertion is correct but Reason is incorrect
D. Both Assertion and Reason are incorrect
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160 Correct the following statements:
(a) Surgical methods of contraception prevent gamete formation.
(b) All sexually transmitted diseases are completely curable.
(c) Oral pills are very popular
contraceptives among the rural women.
(d) In E. T. techniques, embryos are always transferred into the uterus.
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161 The population explosion in India has led to fragmentation of land holdings leading to creation of more small and marginal farmers.
A . True
B. False
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162 Removal of gonads cannot be
considered as a contraceptive option
why?
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163 Main disadvantage of intrauterine
contraceptive devices is,
A. the devices are permanently placed in Uterus and cannot be removed even if couple want to have children
B. the device has to be inserted by physician in the uterus through vagina
c. the devices are expelled out without the knowledge of the wearers
D. both (a) and (c)
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164 Which of the following birth control methods are associated with the
highest pregnancy rates with typical
use?
A. Cervical cap in nulliparous woman
B. Spermicides
c. symptothermal methodd
D. Two Day method
E. Withdrawal method
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165 Which among the following states is highly densely populated?
A. Delhi
B. Pondicherry
c. west Bengal
D. chandigarh
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166 Which of the following is doesn’t come under the barrier method of
contraception?
A. Condoms
B. Diaphragms
c. cervical caps
D. copper-releasing IUDs
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167 Which of the following is not an advisable method of contraception?
A. Tubectomy
B. Vasectomy
c. Hysteroctomy
D. condoms
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168 Dependent Population refers to –
A. Children and Old Persons
B. Employed Persons
C. Both (a) and (c)
D. Neither
(a) nor ( (b) )
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169 Family planning programme was invented in
A . 1981
B. 1972
( c cdot 1962 )
D. 195
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170 Tendency of abortion in ladies is caused by
A. Cyanobacteria
B. Bacteria
c. Mycoplasma
D. None of the above
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