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UGC NET/JRF Social Medicine And Community Health Question Paper– III: December 2012

Mar 30, 2013 12:49 IST

    The question paper will help in the practice and thereby further the preparation procedure of the students. Jagranjosh.com will provide questions from the respective segments for the benefit of the aspirants preparing for UGC NET/ JRF/ SLET recruitment exams.

    1. Visceral protein malnutrition that tends to occur in Developing Countries during the weaning of children from breast milk is known as
    (A) Anabolism
    (B) Anasarca
    (C) Cachexia
    (D) Kwashiorkor

    2. The current recommendation for the Dietary intake for fats in adults is to have intake of
    (A) 10% of total daily calories
    (B) 30% of total daily calories
    (C) 65 grams per day
    (D) 75 grams per day

    3. Of the following environmental hazards the only one categorised as a Non-Threshold hazard is
    (A) Carbon Monoxide
    (B) Heat
    (C) Ionising Radiation
    (D) Noise

    4. The Ames test is used to
    (A) Determine Antibiotic susceptibility
    (B) Adequacy of Ventilation in a room
    (C) Estimate the Carcinogenic potential of a chemical
    (D) Quantification of Radiation exposure

    5. The indoor Air pollutant of greatest public health importance is
    (A) Environmental Tobacco Smoke
    (B) Carbon monoxide
    (C) Sulphur dioxide
    (D) Aromatic amines

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