Sewing Teacher

Sewing Teacher in Education Department
1 Fabric not suitable for summer wear
(A) Cotton        (B) Linen          (C) Polyester    (D) Jute

2. __________ is a type of decorative gathering.
(A) Dart           (B) Facing        (C) Binding       (D) Smocking

3. Casting off and casting on are terms associated with
(A) Knitting      (B) Weaving     (C) Spinning      (D) Reeling

4. A deep curved neckline can be finished best with
(A) cloth in sfraight grain           (B) cloth in true bias
(C) cloth in cross grain               (D) narrow hem

5. The self finished edge formed when weft yams interlace with warp yams during weaving is called
(A) Inlay           (B) Plaid           (C) Selvedge     (D) Lapels

6. Material does not feed correctly in the sewing machine due to
(A) Lack of oil                          (B) Dirt near feed-dog
(C) Lower tension tight              (D) Poor thread

7. Fabric that melts and burns is
(A) Nylon         (B) Rayon         (C) Jute            (D) Cotton

8. A band of cloth fixed at the mouth of the pocket in order that the cloth / lining inside it is not visible is called
(A) Locking      (B) Fork           (C) Jetting         (D) Selvedge

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Staff Nurse

Staff Nurse

1. An increase in number of cells resulting from increased cellular division is known as
(A) Hyperplasla             (B) Hypert-rophy          (C) Atrophy                  (D) Dysplasia

2. There are cranial nerves
(A) 10                          (B) 8                            (C) 12                           (D) 14

3. The arterial blood gases of a client is deteriorating and respiratory failure is impending. The nurse first assess for
(A) Cyanosis                             (B) Bradycardia
(C) Confusion                           (D) Distended neck veins

4. Vaginal hysterectomy is usually indicated in
(A) Fibroid uterus                      (B) Genital prolapse
(C) Genitourinary fistula             (D) Endometriosis

5. When providing care to patients with thrombocytopenia the nurse must avoid aspirin because
it:
(A) Interferes with platelet aggregation
(B) Destroy thrombocytes
(C) Reduces circulation
(D) Produces haemolysis

6. The nurse must assess a client experiencing excessive production of ADH for
(A) Hyponatraemia                   (B) Hyperglycaemia
(C) polyuria                               (D) Dehydration

7. Capto pril is :
(A) Antipyretic                          (B) Antihypertensive
(C) Diuretic                              (D) Antipsychotic

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HSST Botany

Higher Secondary School Teacher in Higher Secondary School

1. A mixture of inbred lines that combine favourably in all possible combinations:
(A) Synthetic variety      (B) Inbred variety
(C) Inbred line                 (D) Complex variety
2. Colloids consist of either liquid or solid disperse phase particles dispersed in a gaseous dispersion medium:
(A) Lysols                        (B) Aerosols
(C) Soliosols                     (D) Emulsions
3. Agar agar, extracted mostly from Gracilaria, is chemically consisted of:
(A) Nitrogenous oligosaccharides (B) Nitrogen – free oligosaccharides
(C) Galactan ester         (D) Polysaccharides
4. Half-life of isotope of carbon:
(A) 5760 days               (B) 5760 hours
(C) 5760 months          (D) 5760 years
5. Independent genes having separate but very close loci and affecting same trait are known as:
(A) lsoafleles                 (B) Multiple alleles
(C) Pseudoalleles         (D) Multiple genes
6. Melville (1963) proposed that both androecium and gynoecium are composed of basic units, which he called:
(A) Tegophylls           (B) Androphylls
(C) Gynandrophylls (D) Gonophylls
7. In cretaceous period, the dominant land plants were:
(A) Pteridophytes   (B) Gymnosperms
(C) Bryophytes        (D) Primitive angiosperms

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HSST – Botany

1. The rice variety PTB—10 was raised by
(A) Pure line method                 (B) Clonal selection
(C) Mass selection                      (D) Hybridisation

2. Foolish seedling disease is caused by
(A) Pythium                              (B) Phytophthora
(C) Cereospora                         (D) Fusarium

3. One nanometer is equal to
(A) 1W4 mm                            (B) 10 mm
(C) 100A                                   (D) 1A

4. The linkage between two glucose molecules in cellobiose is
(A) aL-4bond                            (B) a 1—6 bond
• (C) /3 1—4 linkage                 (D) /3 1—6 linkage

5. The credit for developing wheat rhye goes to
(A) Muller                                (B) Prof. MS. Swaminathan
(C) Prof. Muntzing                  (D) Dr. Norman Borlong

6. Cholera is a disease caused by
(A) Virus                                  (B) Protozoa
(C) Bacteria                             (D) Fungus

7. Steroids have the same core structure
(A) One 5 carbon ring and 2 six carbon rings
(B) One 5 carbon ring and 3 six carbon rings
(C) Two 5 carbon rings and 2 six carbon rings
(D) Three 5 carbon rings and 1 six carbon ring

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Lecturer in Anatomy, Forensic Medicine etc

Lecturer in Anatomy, Forensic Medicine, Pharmacology & Micro Biology

1. Massive hepatomegaly is a feature of the following illnesses EXCEPT:
(A) Hydatid Cyst                                                 (B) Hepatocellular Carcinoma
(C) Secondaries in the liver                                (D) Congestive Heart Failure

2. The specific sign for lobar pneumonia in the chest X-ray PA view is
(A) Air Bronchogram                                          (B) Homogenous opacity
(C) Obliteration of costophrenic angle             (D) Congestive Heart Failure

3. Combination of absent ankle jerk and extensor plantar can be seen in the following clinical
conditions EXCEPT:
(A) Freiclerich’s ataxia                                        (B) Tabes dorsalis
(C) Subacute combined degeneration              (D) Peripheral neuropathy

4. The ECG changes leading to a diagnosis of Acute ST elevation Myocardial Infarction are the following EXCEPT:
(A) ST elevation of at least 1mm in limb leads
(B) Increase in Ventricular activation time
(C) ST elevation of at least 2mm in chest leads
(D) Upward concave ST Segment

5. The normal value range for HbAIC is:
(A) 1.5 — 3.5 (8) 4.5 – - 6.5 (C) 7.5 – - 9.5 (D) 10.5 – - 12. 5

6. The ideal drug for treating Hypertension in a diabetic patient without evidence of renal
dysfunction is
(A) Nifedipine                       (B) Atenalol                          (C) Enalapril                          (D) Prazopressine

7. Jugular venous pressure is a bedside indirect method of measuring the:
(A) Left atrial pressure                                        (B) Central venous pressure
(C) Systemic arteñal pressure                            (D) Right ventricular Pressure

8. Etiology of Hypoplastic anemia include the following EXCEPT.:
(A) Radiation therapy                                         (B) Chemotherapeutic drugs
(C) Infective Hepatitis                                         (D) Mismatched blood transfusion

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