Entrance Exam Paper PMT (BAMS/BHMS) Test, 2017

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This exam paper is collected by Himachal Pradesh University Shimla.HPU offers admission for BAMS/BHMS courses for acadmic session 2017-18.HPU university will conduct a combined Entrance test for admission to BAMS courses in Rajiv Gandhi Govt. Post Graduate Ayurvedic college, Paprola, Distt-Kangra (H.P.).This is five and half year including one year compulsory rotatory internship.This test will held on 20 August 2017.In this paper total 150 questions are asked which are 150 in number.This paper is completed in two and half hours.

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Ques:- The branch of science concerned with classification of living organisms is termed as

  • Nomenclature
  • Identification
  • Taxonomy

Ques:- Biological scientific name of Mango is

  • Mangifera indica
  • Musca domestica
  • Mango sapiens
  • Triticum indica

Ques:- Five kingdom classification was propose

  • Aristotle
  • Linnaeus
  • Ernst Mayr
  • H.Whittaker.

Ques:- Which of the following are responsible for the production of methane gas from the dung of ruminants ?

  • Photosynthetic autotrophs
  • Archaebacteria
  • Cynobacteria

Ques:- Which of the following show symbiotic association of algal and fungal components ?

  • Viroids
  • Euglenoids
  • Lichens

Ques:- Mossess and liverworts are

  • Zoospores
  • Algae
  • Pteridophytes
  • Bryophytes

Ques:- Which of the foillowing are pseudocoelomates ?

  • Chordates
  • Molluscs
  • Aschelminthes

Ques:- Junctions in the epithelium which facilitate the cell to communicate with neighbouring cells are

  • Adhering junctions
  • Gap junctions
  • Tight junctions
  • Compound junctions.

Ques:- Which of the following functions as conducting tissue from roots to leaves ?

  • Xylem
  • Collenchyma
  • Sclerenchyma
  • Companion cells.

Ques:- Which of the following is absent in vascular bundle of monocotyledons ?

  • Phloem
  • Cambium
  • Xylem

Ques:- Clitellum in mature earthworm is in

  • 26 – 35 segments
  • 4-6 segments
  • 14-16 segments
  • 98-100 segments.

Ques:- Nitrogenous wastes in cockroach are excreted as

  • Urea
  • Uric acis
  • Ammonia acids.
  • Amino acids.

Ques:- Tympanum in frog is associated with

  • Respiration
  • Respiration of light signals
  • Reception of sound signals
  • Sense of taste.

Ques:- Respiration through buccal cavity is the characteristic of

  • Cockroach
  • Earthworm
  • Sponges

Ques:- Larval stage during development of earthworm is called

  • Tadpole
  • Nymph
  • Instar
  • No larval stage.

Ques:- Cloacal aperture in frog is outlet for

  • Urea
  • Faeces
  • Gametes
  • All the above

Ques:- The prokaryotic cells are characterized by

  • A distinct nuclear membrane
  • District chromosomes
  • Absence of nuclear membrane
  • Absence of genes.

Ques:- Which of the following are prokaryotes ?

  • Protozoans
  • Fungi
  • Amoeba

Ques:- The process of transportation of substances across the plasma membrane  at the cost of energy is called

  • Facilitated transport
  • Active transport
  • Diffusion

Ques;- In animal cells, lipid like steroidal hormones are synthesized in

  • Nucleus
  • Golgi apparatus
  • Smooth endoplasmic reticulum
  • Rough endoplasmic reticulum.

Ques:- Which of the following is the site of aerobic respiration producing ATP ?

  • Ribosomes
  • Lysosomes
  • Mitochondria

Ques:- Which of the following is bright or blue-green in chromatogram ?

  • Chlorophyll ‘a’
  • Chlorophyll ‘b’
  • Xanthophylls

Ques:- How many turn of Calvin cycle produce one molecule of glucose ?

  • Two
  • Four
  • Six

Ques:- In plants which of the following is stress hormone ?

  • Cytokinin
  • Abscisic acid
  • Auxin
  • None of the above.

Ques:- Which of the following is not vegetative propagule ?

  • Rhizome
  • Tuber
  • Sperm

Ques:- The ‘Juvenile phase’ of animals is ………………..in plants.

  • Oestrus cycle
  • Vegetative phase
  • Binary fission
  • Isogametic

Ques:- ‘Heterothallic’ describes the

  • Unisexual condition
  • Bisexual condition
  • Haploid condition
  • None of the above

Ques:- In flowering plants, ‘Staminate’ is

  • Male flower
  • Female flower
  • Bisexual
  • Isogamete

Ques:- Diploid number of chromosomes in fruit-fly is

  • 20
  • 46
  • 13
  • 08

Ques:- ‘Parthenogenesis’ is

  • Formation of new organism from egg.after fertilization
  • Formation of new organism from egg without fertilization
  • Formation of new organism by binary fission
  • Formation of new organism from zygote.

Ques:- Pre-fertilization events include

  • syngamy and zygote formation
  • Cell differentiation and zygote formation.
  • Gametogenesis and gamete transfer

Ques:- Outermost layer of pollen grain (exine) is made up of

  • Sporopollenin
  • Cholesterol
  • Omega-3 fatty acids
  • Cellulose

Ques:- Inside the overy of angiosperms, ovule is attached to the placenta by means of

  • Nucellus
  • Chalaza
  • Megaspore
  • Funiucle

Ques:- Cotyledon in grass family is called

  • Plumule
  • Radical
  • Epicotyl
  • Scutellum

Ques:- The anterior part of human sperm with enzymes is

  • Acrosome
  • Semen
  • Spermatid
  • Middle piece.

Ques:- Which of the following is not a Assisted reproductive technology ?

(A)   In-Vitro fertilization

(B) Gamete intra-fallopian transfer

(C) Zygote intra-fallopian transfer

(D) Intra-uterine devices.

Ques:- Sex determination in chicken is

  • Male ZZ female ZW
  • Male ZW female ZZ
  • Male ZO female ZZ
  • Male XY female XX.

Ques:- Which of the following has RNA as genetic material ?

  • Azotobacter
  • Drosophila
  • Bacteriophage
  • Pea

Ques:- The DNA sequence whose presence in transcription unit defines the template and coding strand is called as

  • Terminator
  • Promotor
  • Coding strand
  • Replication fork.

Ques:- The structural gene in a transcription unit in eukaryotes is

  • Polycisrinic
  • Monocistronic
  • Terminator
  • None of the above

Ques:- Which organelle in the cell, other than nucleus, contains DNA ?

  • Centriole
  • Golgi apparatus
  • Lysosome

Ques:- Which of the following genotype causes Klinefelter syndrome ?

  • XO
  • XXY
  • XYY
  • XX

Ques:- Proteins that assist the binding of RNA polymerase to the promoter region on DNA strand are called

  • SSB proteins
  • Sigma factor
  • Transcription factor
  • All the above.

Ques:- Which of the following reproduces through asexual reproductive structures conidia ?

  • Penicillium
  • Amoeba
  • Sponge

Ques:- Down’s syndrome is characterised by

  • Trisomy 19
  • Trisomy 21
  • Only one X chromosome
  • Trisomy 13.

Ques:- Atherosclerosis is

  • Angina
  • Heart failure
  • Coronary artery disease
  • Discease of joints.

Ques:- Leydig’s cells and their secretion are related to

  • Pancreas and insulin
  • Ovary and estrogen
  • Testis and testosterone
  • Liver and bile.

Ques:- The succession of plants that takes place in dry areas is called

  • Xerarch succession
  • Hydrach succession
  • Pioneer succession
  • All the above.

Ques:- Bt toxin is coded by

  • Gene cry
  • Gene MX
  • Gene SRY
  • Gene TCF7L2.

Ques:- A substane which counteracts the deterioration of stored food products or removes potentially damaging oxidizing agents in a living organism is called

  • Preservative
  • Steroid
  • Antioxidant

Ques:- The amount of glucose (C6H12O6) required to prepare 2 L of a 0.5 – M solution is

  • 90 g
  • 180 g
  • 360 g.
  • 18 g.

Ques:- Which of the following is not a base of physical quantity ?

  • Thermodynamic temperature
  • Electric current
  • Electric charge
  • Intensity of light.

Ques:- Which of the following statements is not true about the Photoelectric effect ?

  • The number of photons emitted is proportional to the frequency of the incident light.
  • The number of photons emitted is proportional to the intensity of the incident light.
  • The kinetic energy of the photons emitted depends on the frequency of the incident light
  • The photoelectric effect can be explained on the basis of particle nature of electromagnetic radiation.

Ques:- Elements in the same ngroup of the periodic table have similar physical and chemical bproperties because they have similar

  • Atomic radius
  • Ionization enthalpy
  • Electronegativity
  • Valence shell electronic configuration.

Ques:- The highest value of first ionization enthalpy will be shown by the element with atomic number

  • 15
  • 16
  • 17

Ques:- Which of the following is true about dipole moments of N2, BeCL2, BF3 and NF3 ?

  • All are equal to zero
  • All are equal but not equal to zero
  • Only BF3 has a non-zero dipole moment
  • Only NF3 has a non-zero dipole moment.

Ques:- The paramagnetic nature of O2 can be explained on basis of

  • VSPER theory
  • Valence bond theory
  • Molecular orbital theory
  • None of the above

Ques:- Under same conditions, a real gas exerts

  • Less pressure than an ideal gas due to presence of intermolecular attractive forces
  • Less prtessure than an ideal gas due to absence of intermolecular attractive forces
  • More pressure than an ideal gas due to presence of intermolecular attractive forces
  • More pressure than an ideal gas due to absence of ointermolecular attractive forces.

Ques:- For a spontaneous process

  • Entropy of system increases
  • Enthalpy of system and surroundings increases.
  • Total entropy of system and surroundings increases.
  • Total enthalpy of system and surroundings decreases.

Ques:- Which of the following is not true about a system in equilibrium ?

  • Gibbs free energy change for the reaction is zero.
  • Standard Gibbs energy change for the reaction is zero
  • Equilbrium constant of a reaction is equal to the reciprocal of the equilibium constant of the reverse reaction
  • Rates of the forward and reverse reactions are equal.

Ques:- A substance is in equilibrium with its aqueous solution at a certain temperature. Its enthalpy of dissolution is -58 KJ/mole.If temperature of the system is decreased.

  • Solubility of the substance will decrease
  • Solubility of the substance will remain uncharged.
  • Solubility of the substance will increase
  • It depends on the amount of substance already dissolved.

Ques:- The chemical nature of water is

  • Acidic
  • Alkaline
  • Inert

Ques:- Sodium carbonate is manufactured by

  • The Castner-Kellner process based on electrolysis of brine
  • The Castner-Kellner process from NH3 and CO2
  • The solvay process based on electrolysis of brine
  • The solvay process from NH3 AND CO2.

Ques:- Which method can be used to separate a mixture of two compounds with different solubilities in a given solvent ?

  • Filtration
  • Fractional crystallization
  • Fractional distillation

Ques:- Geometrical isomerism is observed in

  • 2,3-dimethylbut-2-ene
  • 1-butene
  • 1,1-dimethylcyclopropane
  • 1,2-dimethylcyclopropane.

Ques:- Aromatic compounds are characterized by

  • Presence of 4n pi electrons
  • A tendency to ndergo nucleophilic substitution reactions
  • A tendency to undergo addition reactions
  • A tendency to undergo electrophilic substitution reactions.

Ques:- Biological oxygen demand is

  • The amount of oxygen required by bacteria to decompose the organic pollutants present in water samle
  • The amount of oxygen required by all living organisms
  • A measure of chemical pollutants present in a water sample
  • None of the above.

Ques:- In a cubic closed packed lattice.

  • The number of octahedral voids is twice the number of tetrahedral voids
  • The number of tetrahedral voids is twice the number of octahedral voids
  • The octahedral voids are present at the centre of each edge of the unit cell
  • There is one tetrahedral void present at the centre of the unit cell.

Ques:- In a non-ideal solution showing positive deviations from Raoult’s law.

  • Solute-solute intractions and solvent-solvent interactions are stronger than solute-solvent interactions, and enthalpy of solution is positive
  • Solute-solute intractions and solvent-solvent intractions are weaker than solute-solvant intractions, and enthalpy of solution is negative
  • Solute-solute intractions and solvent-solvent intractions are stronger than solute-solvent intractions, and enthalpy of solution is negative.
  • Solute-solute intractions and solvent-solvent intractions are weaker than solute-solvent intractions, and enthalpy of solution is positive.

Ques:- Select the correct statement.

  • In galvanic cells, anode is the positive electrode
  • In both galvanic cells and electrolytic cells, oxidation takes place at the anode
  • In electrolytic cells, chemical energy is converted into electrical energy
  • Standard cell potential of a galvanic cell decreases with time.

Ques:- Select the correct statement.

  • Molar conductance of a strong electrolyte increase with increasing concentration
  • Molar conductance of a weak electrolyte increase with increasing concentration
  • Molar conductance of a strong electrolyte increase with decreasing concentration as degree of dissociation increases
  • Molar conductance of a weak electrolyte increases with decreasing concentration as degree of dissociation increases.

Ques:- Select the correct statement.

  • Rate of a zero order reaction does not change as reaction progresses
  • In a zero order reaction, a graph of reaction concentration versus time is a straight line with zero slope
  • In a first reaction, a graph of rate of reaction versus time is a straight line with negative slope
  • Units of rate of reaction depend on the order of the reaction.

Ques:- Zeolites are not

  • Network solids
  • Ionic solids
  • Shape-selective heterogeneous catalysts
  • Used in petroleum industry.

Ques:- Which of the following is not a process for concentration of ores ?

  • Leaching
  • Froth floatation
  • Roasting
  • Magnetic separation.

Ques:- Select the incorrect statement.

Nitrogen differs from the other members of group 15 as

  • It has capacity to make multiple bonds with itself
  • It cannot expand its valence shell due to absence of d-orbitals
  • Its hydride has a higher boiling point due to hydrogen bonding
  • It has a stronger tendency towards concentration.

Ques:- The gas released when copper chips are added to concentrated sulphuric acid is

  • H2
  • SO2
  • SO3
  • No gas is released

Ques:- In a transition series, the largest number of oxidation states is observed for elements

  • In the middle of the series
  • At the start of the series
  • At the end of the series
  • There is no particular trend.

Ques:- Select the incorrect statement.

Interstitial compounds of transition elements

  • Have higher melting points than the pure metals
  • Are very hard
  • Have low conductivity
  • Are chemically inert.

Ques:- For the reaction of 1-bromobutane with aqueous NaOH,

  • Rate of reaction is independent of concentration of NaOH
  • Rate of reaction is independent of concentration of the haloalkane
  • Reaction is slower than for 1- methyl – 1-bromobutane
  • Reaction is sterospecific.

Ques:- The major product of reaction of 2-bromobutane with sodium ethoxide in ethanol is

  • 2-butene
  • 1-butene
  • Butan-2-ol
  • Butan-1-ol.

Ques:- The starting material for Williamson synthesis of 2-methoxy-2-met6hylpropane are

  • 2-bromo-2-methylpropane and sodium methoxide
  • Bromomethane and sodium tert-butoxide
  • Isopropyl bromide and sodium ethoxide
  • None of the above.

Ques:- A compound gave red colour with blue litmus and an orange coloured solid when treated with N,N-dimethylaniline, sodium nitrite and dilute HCL at low temperature. The compound is

  • A carboxylic acid
  • A phenol
  • A carbohydrate
  • An amine

Ques:- Which of the following will not give the iodoform test ?

  • Ethanol
  • Ethanal
  • 3-Pentanone

Ques:- Which of the following does not undergo aldol condensation ?

  • Benzaldehyde
  • Acetone
  • Cyclopentanone

Ques:- The Gabriel phthalimide synthesis is used for the preparation of

  • Amides
  • All primary amines
  • Only primary aliphatic amines
  • All type of amines

Ques:- Benzene can be converted to aniline by

  • Reaction with ammonia
  • Nitration followed by reduction
  • Reaction with KCN followed by reduction
  • Nitration followed by oxidation.

Ques:- Glucose is not

  • An aldohexose
  • A 6 –member cyclic structure
  • A hemiacetal
  • Optically inactive.

Ques:- A unit formed by attaching a nitrogenous base to the 1, position of a sugar, and a phosphate group to its 5 position is called

  • A nucleotide
  • A nucleoside
  • A nucleic acid
  • None of the above.

Ques:- Thermosetting polymers are

  • Linear long chain molecules
  • Extensively cross-linked
  • Fusible
  • Can be re-used.

Ques:- Caprolactam undergoes

  • Condensation polymerization to give Nylon-6,6
  • Addition polymerization to give Nylon-6,6
  • Condensation polymerization to give Nylon-6
  • Addition polymerization to give Nylon-6.

Ques:- Synthetic detergents

  • Cannot be used in hard water
  • Cannot be used in soft water
  • Can be cationic or anionic but not non-ionic
  • Can be cationic, anionic or non-ionic.

Ques:- B-decay is an example of

  • Electromagnetic force
  • Gravitational force
  • Weak nuclear force
  • Strong nuclear force.

Ques:- How many significant figures are there in 0.004700 km ?

  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7

Ques:- Each side of a cube is 7.203 m. To how many significant figs area and volume be rounded off ?

  • 6
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

Ques:- In the position time graph two objects have parallel lines.Strike out the incorrect statement derived from this.

  • Both objects are moving with same velocity
  • Both objects have same acceleration
  • Both objects are moving on the same trajectory simultansously
  • Both objects are moving in the same direction.

Ques:- A mass of 6kg is suspended by a rope of length 2 m from ceiling.A force of 50 N in the horizontal is applied at mid-point of the rope.The angle rope makes with vertical in equilibrium is

  • 40 degree
  • 60 degree
  • 30 degree
  • 45 degree

Ques:- How much horse power work is required to operate an elevator of maximum load 1800 kg at speed 2 m/s ? The frictional forces is 4000 N.

  • 30 hp
  • 59 hp
  • 100 hp
  • 10 hp

Ques:- When two equal masses undergo a glancing elastic collision with one of them at rest, after collision they will move at

  • 180 degree angle
  • 120 degree angle
  • 90 degree angle
  • 0

Ques:- The ratio of moment of inertia of circular disc of mass m and radius R perpendicular to disc at centre and solid cylinder of same mass and radius R along axis of cylinder is

  • 2
  • ½
  • 1
  • 4

Ques:- Yield strength is

  • Stress corresponding to elastic limit
  • Strain corresponding to yield point
  • Same as tensile strength
  • Maximum value of stress till Hook’s law is obeyed.

Ques:- Which of the following is correct for thermal conductivity ?

  • Ag >Air>Ice
  • Ice>Air>Ag
  • Ag>Ice>Ice
  • Air>Ag>Ice

Ques:- Trade wind flows because of

  • Conduction
  • Convection
  • Earth’s rotation
  • Moon

Ques:- At a temperature T=300 K, the mean square speed of a molecule in nitrogen gas is

  • 332 m/s
  • 516 m/s
  • 400 m/s
  • 250 m/s

Ques:- Time period of simple pendulum does not depend upon

  • Length
  • Gravity
  • Mass
  • None of the above

Ques:- Speed of sound at STP is

  • 3 m/s
  • 4 m/s
  • 3 m/s
  • 2 m/s

Ques:- Doppler effect is about

  • Change in velocity due to motion
  • Change in frenquency due to motion
  • Change in phase due to motion
  • Change in polarization due to motiuon.

Ques:- Potentiometer is used to measure

  • Current
  • Change
  • Conductivity
  • Potential difference.

Ques:- The ratio of cyclotron frequency of alpha particle and proton in the same magnetic foeld is

  • ½
  • 2
  • ¼
  • 4

Ques:- A galvanometer is converted into an ammeter by

  • Introducing a large resistance in series
  • Introducing a small resistance in series
  • Introducing a large resistance in parallel
  • Introducing a small resistance in parallel.

Ques:- Self-inductance is analogous to

  • Mass
  • Moment of inertia
  • Angular velocity
  • Linear velocity

Ques:- A coil of area 0.10 m sequare with 100 turns rotates half a revolution per second and is placed in .01 T field perpendicular to axis of rotation Maximum voltage generated will be

  • 4 V
  • 14 V
  • 314 V
  • 314 V.

Ques:- The voltage across the terminals of an outlet in household is 240 V, the amplitude of this voltage will be

  • 170 V
  • 340 V.
  • 240 V.
  • 120 V.

Ques:- Microwave oven exploits the

  • Rotational frequency of water molecule
  • Vibrations of C-H bond
  • Eddy current for heating
  • None of the above.

Ques:- Astigmatism is related to

  • Porosity of bones
  • Farsightedness
  • Nearsightendness
  • Cornea not in spherical shape

Ques:- The nuclear reactor can be shut down by cadmium rods because

  • Cadmium emits beta particles
  • Cadmium absorbs Alpha particles
  • Cadmium absorbs neutrons
  • Cadmium emits neutrons.

Ques:- GaAs is preferred over Si for solar cell application because

  • GaAs has more band gap
  • GaAs has higher absorption coefficient
  • Si is not available abundantly
  • Maximum of solar irradiance is at 1.5 Ev.

Ques:- Sky propagation is about

  • Propagation of EM wave with the help of satellites
  • Ionospheric reflection of ratio waves

 

  • Propagation of EM waves of frequency >30 MHz
  • Formation of rainbow.

One thought on “Entrance Exam Paper PMT (BAMS/BHMS) Test, 2017

  1. Sudhanshu shandil

    i want PMT(BAMS/BHMS) question papers of year 2010,11,12,13,14,15 please send me these im not able to search all these

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