1.

ifjokj ds lEcU/k esa dkSu-lk dFku lgh gS

1.

Which one of the following is correct for a family (1) Family is a group of persons

(1)

ifjokj O;fDr;ksa dk ,d lewg gS

(2)

,d ifjokj ifr-iRuh o muds cPpksa dh tSfodh; lkekftd bdkbZ gS

(2) A family is biological social unit composed of husband-wife and their children

ifjokj fyax lEcU/kksa ij vk/kkfjr gksrk gS

(3) Family is a group defined by sex relationship

(3)

(4) All of the above (4)

2.

la;qDr ifjokj ykHk iw.kZ gS

Advantage of joint family is (1) Freedom in relationship of husband and wife

(1)

ifr-iRuh ds Lora= thou ;kiu esa

(2)

ifjokj ds lnL;ksa esa vkRefuHkZjrk esa

(3)

ifjokj ds lnL;ksa esa lekurk o lg;ksx esa

(4)

cPpksa ds leqfpr fodkl esa

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2.

mijksDr lHkh

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(2) Self dependency of family members

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(3) Equality and Co-operation between family members Proper development of children

4.

ifjokj dk egRo gksrk gS

3.

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3.

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(4)

Importance of family is for

(1)

;kSu lEcU/kh dk;Z esa

(1) In sexual function

(2)

thou j{kk lEcU/kh dk;Z esa

(2) In life safety

(3)

HkkoukRed vkfFkZd o lkekftd lqj{kk esa

(3) In emotional, economic and social protection

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh esa

(4) All of the above

4.

Hkkstu gS

Food is

(1)

dksbZ Hkh [kkus ;ksX; inkFkZ

(1) Any edible substance

(2)

eq¡g }kjk fy;k tkus okyk 'kjhj ds fy, mi;ksxh inkFkZ

(2) Any substance taken orally, useful for body

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(3)

P. T. O.

(3)

(3) Edible, unnutritive substance

[kkus ;ksX; viksf"kr inkFkZ

(4)

Positive health is

(1)

'kkjhfjd :i ls LoLFk

(1) Physically healthy

(2)

ekufld :i ls LoLFk

(2) Mentally healthy

(3)

'kjhj o eu esa lkeUtL;

(3) Establish co-ordination between body and mind

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4)

6.

dqiks"k.k ls cpus dk mik; gS (1)

'kkdkgkj

(2)

larqfyr vkgkj

(3)

ekalkgkj

(4)

i;kZIr vkgkj

All of the above

Measures to combat malnutrition is (1) Vegetarian diet

(2) Balanced diet

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5.

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(4) All of the above

mijksDr lHkh ldkjkRed LokLF; gS

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(3) Non-Vegetarian diet

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(4) Sufficient diet

7.

fuEu esa ls dkSu-lk iks"kd rRo 'kjhj fuekZ.k esa lgk;d gS

7.

(1)

olk

(1) Fat

(2)

izksVhu

(2) Protein

(3)

[kfut yo.k

(3) Mineral

(4) (2) vkSj (3) nksuksa

8.

Which of the following nutrients helps in body building

(4) Both (2) and (3)

8.

ekuo 'kjhj esa ÅtkZ izkfIr ds nks eq[; òksr gSa (1)

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Two main sources of energy in human body are (1) Carbohydrate and Fat

dkcksZgkbMªsV o olk (4)

izksVhu o foVkfeu

(2) Protein and Vitamin

(3)

olk o foVkfeu

(3) Fat and Vitamin

(4)

ty rFkk [kfut yo.k

(4) Water and Mineral 9.

euq"; ds 'kjhj esa vko';d vehuks vEyksa dh la[;k gS

The number of essential amino acids in human body is

(1) 6

(1) 6

(2) 9

(2) 9

(3) 10

(3) 10

(4) 12

(4) 12

10.

izksVhu egRoiw.kZ gS

Protein is useful for

o`f) ,oa fodkl gsrq

(2)

jksx jks/kd 'kfDr gsrq

(3)

ÅtkZ iznku djus gsrq

(4)

mijksDr lHkh ds fy,

(1) Growth and development

hl

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(1)

tu

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9.

(2)

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(2) Immunity power

11.

12.

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(3) Energy Yielding (4) All of the above

11.

foVkfeu gekjs fy, egRoiw.kZ gSa

Vitamins are useful for us

(1)

jksx jks/kd 'kfDr ds fy,

(1) For immunity power

(2)

iztuu ds fy,

(2) For reproduction

(3)

iks"kd rRoksa ds mikip; ds fy,

(3) For metabolism of nutrients

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ds fy,

(4) All of the above

foVkfeu

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'A'

12.

dh deh ls gksrk gS

(5)

Deficiency of Vitamin 'A' in the diet leads to

P. T. O.

thjk¶FksfYe;k

(1) Xerophthalmia

(2)

fdjSVkseysf'k;k

(2) Karatomalacia

(3)

jrkSa/kh

(3) Night blindness

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

13 .

fo'o LokLF; laxBu dh LokLF; ifjHkk"kk fuEu esa ls fdl ij izdk'k Mkyrh gS

The health concept of WHO focus on which of the following

chekjh ls eqfDr

(1) Free from diseases

(2)

'kkjhfjd LokLF;

(2) Physical health

(3)

iw.kZ :i ls 'kkjhfjd] ekufld ,oa lkekftd LokLF; dh fLFkfr

(3) State of complete Physical, mental and social health

(4)

ekufld LokLF;

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(1)

(4)

Mental health

is

gjh iÙksnkj lfCt;ksa ls 'kjhj dks izkIr gksrk gS

14.

Green leafy vegetables provide to the body

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at

14.

hl

ec

13.

(1)

(1) Calcium

dSfY'k;e

(2)

foVkfeu ','

(2) Vitamin 'A'

(3)

vk;ju

(3) Iron

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

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(1)

15.

15.

cPpksa esa izksVhu dSyksjh dqiks"k.k ls gksrk gS

In children protein energy malnutrition causes

(1)

,uhfe;k

(1) Anaemia

(2)

Dokf'k;ksjdj

(2) Kwashiorkar

(3)

futZyhdj.k

(3) Dehydration

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of these

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(6)

16.

fuEu esa ls dkSu-lk dFku lgh gS

16.

(1)

js'ks iks"k.k esa lgk;d gksrs gSa

(1) Cellulose helps in nourishment

(2)

js'ks ikpu esa lgk;d gksrs gSa

(2) Cellulose helps in digestion

(3)

js'ks dCt nwj djus esa lgk;d gksrs gSa

(3) Cellulose helps to remove constipation (4) (2) and (3) both

(4) (2) rFkk (3) nksuksa

izksVhu] dkcksZgkbMªsV o olk ds ,d-,d xzke ls Øe'k% dSyksjh izkIr gksrh gS

17.

Each one gram of protein, carbohydrate and fat produces calorie respectively

om

17.

Which one of the following statements is correct

(1) 2, 4, 9

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(1) 2, 4, 9

(2) 4, 4, 9

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(2) 4, 4, 9

(3) 4, 8, 9

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(3) 4, 8, 9

(4)

2, 4, 6

izksVhu dh izpqj ek=k gksrh gS

18.

Which set has rich source of protein

w

18.

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(4) 2, 4, 6

19.

(1)

nw/k] vke] xktj esa

(1) Milk, Mango, Carrot

(2)

lsc] ngh] ekal esa

(2) Apple, Curd, Meat

(3)

v.Ms] eVj] eNyh esa

(3) Eggs, Pea, Fish

(4)

lks;kchu] puk] eDdk esa

(4) Soyabean, Gram, Maize

foVkfeu B1 dk jklk;fud uke gS

19.

Chemical name of Vitamin B1 is

(1)

ikbjhMkWfDlu

(1) Pyridoxin

(2)

jkbcks¶ysfou

(2) Riboflavin

(3)

Fkk;kehu

(3) Thiamine

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P. T. O.

(1)

foVkfeu

'E'

(2)

foVkfeu

'D'

(3)

foVkfeu

'K'

(4)

foVkfeu

'B12'

(1) Vitamin 'E' (2) Vitamin 'D' (3) Vitamin 'K' (4)

ck¡>iu-fojks/kh foVkfeu gS foVkfeu

'E'

(2)

foVkfeu

'A'

(3)

foVkfeu

'B'

(4)

foVkfeu

'K'

21.

Vitamin 'B12'

Anti-sterility vitamin is

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(1)

Osteomalacia results due to deficiency of

(1) Vitamin 'E'

ec

tu

21.

20.

vkWLVkseysf'k;k fuEufyf[kr dh deh ds dkj.k gks tkrk gS

re

20.

(4) Tocopherol

VksdksQsjkWy

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(4)

is

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(2) Vitamin 'A'

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(3) Vitamin 'B' Vitamin 'K'

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(4)

22.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk dFku lgh gS

(1)

thjk¶FkSyfe;k foVkfeu gksrk gS

(2)

csjh-csjh ykSg yo.k dh deh ls gksrk gS

(3)

fjdsV~l foVkfeu

(4)

isykxzk foVkfeu

'A'

22.

Which one of the following statement is correct (1) Xerophthalmia is caused by deficiency of Vitamin A

dh deh ls

(2) Beri-Beri is cause by deficiency of iron

23.

'B'

(3) Rickets is caused by deficiency of Vitamin B

dh deh ls gksrk gS

'C' dh

(4) Pelagra is caused by deficiency of Vitamin C

deh ls gksrk gS 23.

dkSu lh 'kDdj lcls ehBh gS

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(8)

Which one is the sweetest sugar

ÝDVkst+

(1) Fructose

(2)

Xywdkst+

(2) Glucose

(3)

lqØkst+

(3) Sucrose

(4)

ySDVkst

(4) Lactose

24.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lh 'kdZjk rqjUr ÅtkZ iznku djrh gS

Which of the following sugar gives energy most readily

(1)

ySDVkst+

(1) Lactose

(2)

lsyqykst+

(2) Cellulose

(3)

Xywdkst+

(3) Glucose

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24.

(1)

(4) Maltose

25.

fdlesa ugha

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'A'

Vitamin 'A' is not present in which of the following

(2)

vke

(3)

dsyk

(4)

vukj

(1) Carrot

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xktj

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at

(1)

hl

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25.

ekYVkst fuEufyf[kr esa ls foVkfeu ik;k tkrk gS

re

(4)

26.

w

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(2) Mango (3) Banana (4) Pomegranate

4-D

26.

uked jksx ds y{k.k fdl foVkfeu ls lEcfU/kr gS

The symptoms of disease named 4-D is related with vitamin (1) Niacin

(1)

fu;kflu

(2)

foVkfeu

'A'

(2) Vitamin 'A'

(3)

foVkfeu

'D'

(3) Vitamin 'D'

(4)

foVkfeu

'C'

(4) Vitamin 'C'

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P. T. O.

'C'

27.

ugha

Vitamin 'C' is not present in which of the following

(1)

fHk.Mh

(1) Ladies finger

(2)

ykSdh

(2) Bottle Gourd

(3)

iÙkk xksHkh

(3) Cabbage

(4)

djSyk

(4) Bitter Gourd

foVkfeu

'E' dk

28.

eq[; òksr gS

The main source of Vitamin 'E' is

(1)

lsc

(1) Apple

(2)

xsgw¡ dk Hkzw.k rsy

(3)

iÙkk xksHkh

(4)

xktj

(2) Embryo oil of wheat (3) Cabbage

ec

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28.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlesa foVkfeu ik;k tkrk gS

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27.

nw/k esa izksVhu dh ek=k gksrh gS

29.

The amount of protein in milk is

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(1) 3.50%

w

(1) 3.50%

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29.

at

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(4) Carrot

30.

(2) 8.50%

(2) 8.50%

(3) 12.75%

(3) 12.75%

(4) 17.30%

(4) 17.30%

30.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlesa lokZf/kd foVkfeu 'A' gksrk gS

Which one of the following has the highest Vitamin. 'A' content

(1)

nw/k

(1) Milk

(2)

gjh iÙksnkj lfCt;k¡

(2) Green leafy Vegetables

(3)

v.Mk

(3) Egg

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(4)

Which one of the following has highest calcium content

(1)

ewyh dh ifÙk;k¡

(1) Radish leaves

(2)

lgtu dh ifÙk;k¡

(2) Drum stick leaves

(3)

cFkqvk

(3) Bathua

(4)

ikyd

(4) Spinach

32.

(1)

ÅtkZ mRiknu

(2)

vk¡rksa dks xfr'khy cukuk

(3)

dSfY'k;e dk vo'kks"k.k

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

Main function of carbohydrate is

om

dkcksZgkbMªsV dk dk;Z gS

(1) Energy yielding

(2) Activation of intestine

hl

ec

tu

re

32.

31.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlesa dSfY'k;e dh lcls vf/kd ek=k ikbZ tkrh gS

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31.

(4) Pumpkin

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(3) Absorption of calcium

33.

34.

w

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(4) All of the above 33.

ikuh esa ¶yksjhu vf/kdrk izHkkfor djrk gS

Excess fluorine in water affects on

(1)

nk¡rksa dks

(1) Teeth

(2)

vfLFk laLFkku ij

(2) Skeleton System

(3)

vfLFk laf/k;ksa ij

(3) Bone Joints

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ij

(4) All of the above

34.

'kjhj dks lqj{kk iznku djus okyk ikSf"Vd rRo gS (1)

Nutrient which protects the body is

foVkfeu (1) Vitamins

(2) Part-II/C/39

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P. T. O.

(3)

[kfut yo.k

(2) Water

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(3) Minerals (4) All of the above

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk foVkfeu vf/kd idkus ls u"V gksrk gS

35.

Which one of the following vitamins gets destroyed by more cooking

(1) A & D

(1) A & D

(2) B & C

(2) B & C

(3) E & K

(3) E & K

(4)

(4) None of the above

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mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

36.

(2)

[knduk

(3)

Hkwuuk

(4)

ryuk

ec hl

mckyuk

Appropriate method of cooking of all vegetables is (1) Boiling

is

(1)

tu

lHkh lfCt;ksa dks idkus dh ,d mÙke fof/k gS

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36.

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35.

37.

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(2) Simmering (3) Roasting (4) 37.

ok"i }kjk idk Hkkstu gksrk gS

Frying

Food cooked by steam is

(1)

lqikP; ,oa ikSf"Vd

(1) Digestable and nutritive

(2)

Hkkstu Lokfn"V ugha gksrk] le; vf/kd yxrk gS

(2) is not tasty and more time consuming

(3)

/ku o b±/ku u"V gksrk gS

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(3) loss of money and fuel (4)

38.

38.

edku ds izfr O;fDr dks gksrk gS

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None of these

A person's attachment towards home is

(1) Emotional

(2)

lgkuqHkwfr

(2) Sympathy

(3)

izse

(3) Affection

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of these

39.

fuEu esa lss fdldks rhoz vk¡p ij idkus ls ,Øksfyu dk fuekZ.k gksrk gS

Which of the following produces acrolins on cooking on high temperature

olk;qDr Hkkstu

(1) Fatty foods

(2)

izksVhu

(2) Protein

(3)

dkcksZgkbMªsV

(3) Carbohydrate

(4)

foVkfeu

(4) Vitamins

40.

Light can be increased in the room by

r.c

dejs esa izdk'k c<+k;k tk ldrk gS

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(1)

xgjs jaxksa dk iz;ksx djds

(2)

niZ.k dk iz;ksx djds

(3)

dejs esa lkeku c<+kdj

(4)

f[kM+dh o njokts ij insZ yxkdj

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(1)

(1) Use of dark colours

(2) Use of mirror

at

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(3) Keeping many things in the room (4) Use of curtains on windows and doors

41.

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40.

laosxkRed yxko

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39.

(1)

41.

xgjs jaxksa ds inks± o nhokjksa okys dejs esa izdk'k O;oLFkk gksuh pkfg, (1)

rhoz

(2)

e/;e

(3)

de

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

Light arrangement in a room with dark colour wall and colourful curtains should be (1) Bright (2) Medium (3) Light (4) None of the above

42. laokru lEcfU/kr gS

42.

Ventilation is related to

(1)

dejs ls xeZ ok;q dks fudkyus dh fØ;k

(1) Exhaustion of warm air from the room

(2)

dejs ls ueh dks fudkyuk

(2) Exhaustion of moisture

(3)

dejs ls fLFkj ok;q dks fudkyuk

(3) Exhaustion of stable air from the room

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

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P. T. O.

dejs dh yEckbZ] pkSM+kbZ vkSj Å¡pkbZ ij

(1) Length, width and height of the room

(2)

dejs esa jgus okys lnL;ksa dh la[;k ij

(2) Number of members living in the room

(3)

dejs esa j[ks x;s lkekuksa dh la[;k ij

(3) Number of things kept in the room

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

dpjs fuLrkj.k dh loZJs"B fof/k dkSu-lh gS

(1)

tykuk

(1) Burning

(2)

ouLifr [kkn cukuk

(2) Composting

(3)

fu;fU=r :i ls mM+syuk

(3) Controlled Tipping

(4)

ikVuk

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ec

tu

xzkeh.k {ks=ksa gsrq eyew= fuLrkj.k dh fuEu esa ls dkSu-lh fof/k vf/kd mi;ksxh gS (1)

os/ku Nsn okys 'kkSpky;

(2)

ikuh dh eqgjcUn ;k vkj0 lh0 ,0 'kkSpky;

Which one of the following methods is more useful method of disposal of excreta

w

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(1) Bore hole latrines (2) Water seal or R. C. A. Latrines

[kqns dq,¡ okys 'kkSpky;

(4)

lQkbZ okys 'kkSpky;

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(3)

(3) Dug well latrines (4) Service type latrines 46.

izkFkfed fpfdRlk dk eq[; mís'; gS

Aim of first aid is

(1)

jksxh dks 'kkUr djuk

(1) To calm down the patient

(2)

fLFkfr fcxM+us ls jksduk

(2) To control the situation

(3)

jksxh dks rqjUr MkWDVj rd Hkstuk

(3) Transfer the immediately (4)

(4) 47.

Dumping

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(4)

w

46.

Which one is the best method for disposal of garbage

om

44.

at

45.

Ventilation depends on

(1)

hl

44.

43.

laokru fuHkZj djrk gS

is

43.

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha ?kjksa esa fdlh O;fDr ds tyus dk dkj.k gS

47.

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to

doctor

None of the above

Reason of burning of any person in house, is (1) Dry Heat

(1)

patient

48.

fo|qr

(2) Electricity

(3)

vEy

(3) Acid

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

48.

tyus o >qylus dh igyh Js.kh gS

First degree of burns and sealds is

(1)

Ropk flQZ yky gks tkrh gS

(1) Skin becomes red

(2)

Ropk ij QQksys iM+ tkrs gSa

(2) Skin contains blister

(3)

ekalisf'k;k¡ u"V gks tkrh gS

(3) Muscles get destroyed

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

49.

?kjksa esa cPps dks tyus ,oa >qylus ls cpkus ds fy, fdl pht ls nwj j[kuk pkfg,

In house children could be safe from burns and sealds by keeping them away from

[kkuk cukus ds LVkso ls

(2)

ekfpl ls

(3)

fctyh ds Iyx ls

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ls

(1) Cooking Stove

ec

tu

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(1)

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49.

(2)

(2) Match sticks

at

is

hl

(3) Electric Plug

51.

50.

jscht izfrjks/kd bUtsD'ku lEcfU/kr gS

w

50.

w

w

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(4) All of the above

Anti Rabies vaccine is related with

(1)

dqÙkk dkVus ls

(1) Dog bite

(2)

liZ na'k ls

(2) Snake bite

(3)

e/kqefD[;ksa ds Mad ls

(3) Stings of bees

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugah

(4) None of the above

51.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lgh gS

Which one of the following is correct

(1)

Xywdkst Qy 'kdZjk gS

(1) Glucose is fruit sugar

(2)

ÝDVkst jDr 'kdZjk gS

(2) Fructose is blood sugar

(3)

ySDVkst nqX/k 'kdZjk gS

(3) Lactose is milk sugar

(4)

lqØkst+ ekYV 'kdZjk gS

(4) Sucrose is malt sugar

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P. T. O.

(2)

e/kqeD[kh ds Mad ekjus ij

(2) Sting of bees

(3)

mi;qZDr nksuksa ds fo#)

(3) Both of the above

(4)

fo"kk.kq tfur chekfj;ksa ds fo#)

(4) Viral diseases

53.

fuEu esa ls fdl Lru/kkjh ds nw/k esa olk lcls de gksrh gS

The lowest fat content is found in the milk of which of the following mammal

(1)

HkSal

(1) Buffalo

(2)

xk;

(2) Cow

(3)

cdjh

(3) Goat

(4)

ekuo

(4) Human

The poison which affects the nervous system is

r.c

om

54.

Luk;q laLFkku dks izHkkfor djus okys fo"k gSa

(1) Sleeping tablets

uhan dh xksfy;k¡

(2)

nnZ fuokjd xksfy;k¡

(3)

,Ydksgy dk vR;f/kd iz;ksx

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

ec

tu

re

(1)

(2) Pain killers

is

hl

(3) Excessive use of alcohol (4) All of the above

56.

57.

55.

vkbZ0 lh0 Mh0 ,l0 dk iw.kZ :i gS (1) buVhxzsVsM pkbYM MsosyiesUV

w

55.

w

w

54.

Antihistamin is used against (1) Dog bite

at

53.

52.

,UVhfgLVkfeu dk iz;ksx gksrk gS (1) dqÙks ds dkVus ij

.s

52.

State the full form of ICDS (1) Integrated Child Development

(2)

buVsfUlo ds;j MsosyiesUV lfoZlsl

(2) Intensive Care Development Services

(3)

bUuj DyksfFkax fMt+kbu lsysD'ku

(3) Inner Clothing Design Selection

(4)

bEikWVsZUV pkbYM MsosyiesUV lfoZlsl

(4) Important Child Development Services

56.

fefJr oL= gS (1) Vsjhowy

Blended fibre is (1) Terriwool

(2)

[kknhflYd

(2) Khadisilk

(3)

dkV~l owy

(3) Cots Wool

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

fuEufyf[kr ifjlTtk gS

Part-II/C/39

esa

ls

dkSu

,d

57.

;kfU=d

( 16 )

Which one of the following is mechanical finish

(1)

eflZjkbftax

(1) Mercerising

(2)

Øsfiax

(2) Creping

(3)

Xysftax

(3) Glazing

(4)

(4) Crease Resistancy

flyoV vojks/kd ifjlTtk 58. okV jatd loZizFke rS;kj fd;k x;k o"kZ

Vat dyes were prepared first time in year

(1) 1879 esa

(1) 1879

(2) 1887 esa

(2) 1887a

(3) 1871 esa

(3) 1871

(4) 1889 esa

(4) 1889

59.

Weft knitting is done by

(1)

dsoy gkFk }kjk

(1) Hand only

(2)

dsoy e'khu }kjk

om

os¶V fufVax dh tkrh gS

(3)

gkFk ,oa e'khu nksuksa ls

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

ec

tu

re

r.c

(2) Machine only (3) Both hand and machine (4)

None of the above

at

foLrkj dkexkj dk dk;Z gS (1) og tSlh vko';drk gks mlh ds vuqlkj fofHkUu foLrkj fof/k;ksa dk iz;ksx djs

60.

w

w

w 61.

Role of extension worker is (1) He should use as many methods of extension as are necessary

.s

60.

is

hl

59.

58.

(2)

og cktkj dh fofHkUu fof/k;ksa dk iz;ksx djsa

(2) He should use various marketing methods

(3)

og Hkkstu idkus vkSj oL= fuekZ.k dh fofHkUu fof/k;ksa dk iz;ksx djs

(3) He should use many methods of cooking and clothing

(4)

og O;fDrÙo rS;kj djus ds fofHkUu fof/k;ksa dk iz;ksx djs

(4) He should use various personality grooming methods

61.

Ñf=e js'kksa dh jaxkbZ dgykrh gS

Dyeing of artificial fibres is known as

(1)

LVkWd jaxkbZ

(1) Stock dyeing

(2)

VkWi jaxkbZ

(2) Top dyeing

(3)

MkWi jaxkbZ

(3) Dop dyeing

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

Part-II/C/39

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P. T. O.

62.

62.

cPpksa ds Ldwy ds oL= esa fuEu esa ls dkSu xq.k gksuk pkfg, (1)

lja/kz

(1) Porous

(2)

vo'kks"kdrk

(2) Absorbent

(3)

iDdk jax

(3) Permanent Colour

(4)

(4) All of the above

mi;qZDr lHkh vikjn'khZ izkstsDVj dk nwljk uke gS

Another name for opaque projector is

(1)

bUMkbjsDV izkstsD'ku

(1) Indirect projection

(2)

bfiMkbLdksi

(2) Epidiascope

(3)

fj¶ysDVsM izkstsD'ku

(3) Reflected projection

(4)

,.MksLdksi

om

63.

(4) Endoscope

64.

(2)

lwrh

(3)

fyusu

(4)

mijksDr lHkh ds fy,

ec hl

js;kWu

Sodium hypochlorite bleaching agent is used for which fibre (1) Rayon

at

is

(1)

tu

lksfM;e gkbiksDyksjkbV fojatu dk iz;ksx fdl js'ks ds fy, fd;k tkrk gS

w

.s

(2) Cotton

w

(3) Linen

w

64.

re

r.c

63.

Which of the following quality should be required for school dress of children

65.

66.

(4) All of the above

65.

le;] 'kfDr ,oa /ku dh cpr djus okyh NikbZ dh vklku fof/k gS

The easy method of printing for saving time, energy and money is

(1)

Lizs fizafVax

(1) Spray Printing

(2)

LØhu fiazfVax

(2) Screen Printing

(3)

LVsfUly fizafVax

(3) Stencil Printing

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

66.

jsfVax }kjk rUrq vyx fd, tkrs gaS

Fibres which are separated by retting

(1)

dikl

(1) Cotton

(2)

js'ke

(2) Silk

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67.

(3)

fyusu

(3) Linen

(4)

twV

(4) Jute 67.

Mh ,u , dk f}dqaMfyuh ekWMy izLrqr fd;k x;k Fkk (1)

okWVlu vkSj fØd ds }kjk

(1) Watson & Crick

(2)

tSDc vkSj eksukWM ds }kjk

(2) Jacob & Monod

(3)

g"ksZ vkSj pSt+ ds }kjk

(3) Heshey & Chase (4) Salk & Saben

(4)

lkYd vkSj lkcsu ds }kjk fuEu esa ls dkSu-lk lkekU;r% ,d 'cgq,ekbM' dgykrk gS

68.

Which of the following called a Polyamide

js;kWu

(1) Rayon

(2)

uk;ykWu

(2) Nylon

(3)

Vsjhyhu

(4)

vkWjykWu

r.c

om

(1)

is commonly

(3) Terylene (4) Orlon

is

69.

at

fdl cqukbZ esa gkusZl dk iz;ksx ugha gksrk gS

In which weave harness is not used (1) Rib Weave

jhc cqukbZ

(2)

fV~oy cqukbZ

(3)

tsdkMZ cqukbZ

(3) Jacquard Weave

(4)

ckLdsV cqukbZ

(4) Basket Weave

.s

(1)

70.

71.

w

w

69.

hl

ec

tu

re

68.

Double helix model of DNA was proposed by

w

(2) Twill Weave

70.

cht okyk js'kk gS

Seed fibre is

(1)

fyusu

(1) Linen

(2)

twV

(2) Jute

(3)

dikl

(3) Cotton

(4)

gsEi

(4)

71.

nksgjs /kkxs dks feykdj cuk;k x;k /kkxk dgykrk gS

Part-II/C/39

( 19 )

Hemp

Double strand yarn mixed together is called

P. T. O.

dkMZ /kkxk

(1) Cord Yarn

(2)

bdgjk /kkxk

(2) Single Yarn

(3)

nksuksa

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(1) ,oa (2)

fdl js'ks dk uke js'kk

(3) Both (1) and (2)

'66'

(4) None of the above

72.

gS

(1)

Vsjhyhu

(1) Terylene

(2)

vkWjykWu

(2) Orlon

(3)

uk;ykWu

(3) Nylon

(4)

(4) None of these

buesa ls dksbZ ugha fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk js'kk [kfut js'kk ugha gS

(3)

,LcsLVl

(4)

pk¡nh

Which one of the following is not mineral fibre

r.c re

vckdk

tu

(2)

ec

lksuk

(1) Gold (2) Abaca

hl

(1)

73.

at

is

73.

Which fibre is called fibre '66'

om

72.

(1)

w

.s

(3) Asbestos Silver

w

w

(4)

74.

75.

izkÑfrd rUrqvksa esa lcls detksj js'kk dkSulk gS

74.

Which one is the most weak fibre among natural fibres

(1)

js'ke

(1) Silk

(2)

Åu

(2) Wool

(3)

fyusu

(3) Linen

(4)

dikl

(4)

75.

fyusu js'kksa dh yEckbZ gksrh gS

Cotton

The length of Linen fibre is

(1) 12 - 20 bap

(1) 12 - 20 Inch

(2) 1 - 3 bap

(2) 1 - 3 Inch

(3) 2 - 5 bap

(3) 2 - 5 Inch

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(4) 25 - 50 bap

Wild silk is

(1)

ew¡xk

(1) Munga

(2)

Vlj

(2) Tassar

(3)

vj.Mh

(3) Eri

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

77.

Which one of the following opposite side of weave is called sateen weave

(1)

lkfVu

(1) Satin

(2)

ckLdsV

(2) Basket

(3)

fV~oy

om

fdl oL= dh mYVh vksj dh cqukbZ lsVhu cqukbZ dgykrh gS

(4)

/kkjhnkj

r.c

(3) Twill (4) Rib

is

vehfcd isfp'k dk dkjd jksxk.kq gS

78.

The causal organism of amoebiasis is

.s

at

78.

hl

ec

tu

77.

76.

LofufeZr js'kk gS

re

76.

(4) 25 - 50 Inch

,sUVkehck fgLVksfyfVdk

(1) Entamoeba Histolytica

(2)

fofcz;ks dksysjh

(3)

,Lijfxyl fuxj

(3) Aspergillus niger

(4)

isfuflfy;e flfVªue

(4) Penicillium citrinum

79.

80.

w

w

w

(1)

(2) Vibrio choloerae

79.

Øsfiax ifjlTtk nh tkrh gS

Creeping finishes is given by

(1)

jklk;fud fof/k }kjk

(1) Chemical Method

(2)

HkkSfrd fof/k }kjk

(2) Physical Method

(3)

mi;qZDr nksuksa

(3) Both of the above

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4)

80.

ifj/kku esa frjNh js[kkvksa dk iz;ksx gksrk gS

Part-II/C/39

( 21 )

None of the above

Transverse lines used in dress of

P. T. O.

(1) Figure with prominent abdomen

(2)

cM+s furEc okyh 'kjhj vkÑfr ds fy,

(2) Figure of large hips

(3)

yEch o eksVh 'kjhj vkÑfr ds fy,

(3) Figure of stout and obese

(4)

Hkjs o{k dh 'kjhjkÑfr ds fy,

(4) Figure with large breast

81.

/kqykbZ esa e`nq lkcqu dk iz;ksx gksrk gS

Mild Soap is used for washing clothes

(1)

lwrh] js'keh

(1) Cotton, silk

(2)

Åuh] fyusu

(2) Wool, Linen

(3)

js'keh] Åuh

(3) Silk, Wool

(4)

fyusu] lwrh

(4) Linen, Cotton

82.

lHkh izdkj ds oL=ksa dks /kks;k tk ldrk gS

All types of clothes can be washed by

gkFkksa ls jxM+dj

(2)

ektZd cz'k }kjk jxM+dj

(3)

lD'ku fof/k }kjk

(1) Friction by hands

ec

tu

(1)

re

r.c

82.

isV fudys okys 'kjhj vkÑfr ds fy,

om

81.

(1)

at

is

hl

(2) Friction by scrubbing brush

w

w

.s

(3) Suction method

(4)

84.

w

83.

(4) Brush

czq'k }kjk Åuh oL=ksa dh /kqykbZ ds fy, iz;qDr gksrk gS

83.

For washing of woollen clothes we use

(1)

B.Mk ikuh

(1) Cold water

(2)

xquxquk ikuh

(2) Luke warm water

(3)

xeZ ikuh

(3) Hot water

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4)

84.

diM+ksa dh 'kq"d /kqykbZ esa fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu iz;ksx ugha gksrk gS

None of the above

For dry washing of clothes which of the following is not used

(1)

eqYrkuh feV~Vh

(1) Fuller's Earth

(2)

ÝsUp pkWd

(2) French Chalk

(3)

lksMk

(3) Soda

Part-II/C/39

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(4)

86.

"VkWi

Mkb±x" ,d fof/k gS tks fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl ,d js'ks ds jaxkbZ esa iz;ksx gksrk gS

85.

'Top dyeing' is a method of dye of which one of the following fibres

(1)

Åu

(1) Wool

(2)

js'ke

(2) Silk

(3)

lwrh

(3) Cotton

(4)

fyusu

(4) Linen

86.

oL=ksa esa ty vojks/kdrk ds fy, iz;qDr gksrk gS

Water-proof finish on the clothes is done by the use of

(1)

dksyrkj

(1) Coaltar

(2)

flfydkUl

(2) Silicones

om

85.

(4) Bran

Hkwlh

re

(3) Both (1) and (2)

tu

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

at

fuEu esa dkSu ty esa iSnk gksus okyh chekjh gS

87.

w

.s

87.

is

hl

ec

(4)

r.c

(3) (1) ,oa (2) nksuksa

Which amongst the waterborne disease

following

is

a

w

(1) Mumps

d.kZewy 'kksFk

(2)

gStk

(2) Cholera

(3)

bU¶yw,Utk

(3) Influenza

w

(1)

(4) Measles

(4) 88.

89.

[kljk lw{en'khZ ;U= }kjk ns[kus ij lu dk rUrq fn[kkbZ nsrk gS

88.

Microscopic structure of a Linen fibre looks like

(1)

ck¡l ds leku NksVh-NksVh xk¡Bsa

(1) Pointed ridge bamboo like

(2)

'kYd;qDr nksuksa fdukjksa ij uqdhysa

(2) Scales with pointed corners

(3)

lh/kk

(3) Straight

(4)

ikbi ;k uyh ds leku

(4) Pipe like or tubelike

89.

lHkh izkÑfrd rUrqvkas esa lcls etcwr js'kk dkSu-lk gS

Part-II/C/39

( 23 )

Which one is the most strengthful fibre in all natural fibre

P. T. O.

(1) Sunn

(2)

js'ke

(2) Silk

(3)

Åu

(3) Wool

(4)

fyusu

(4) Linen

90.

rsy nsus dh izfØ;k fdl js'ks ij dh tkrh gS

The 'Oiling' process is done on which fibre

Åu

(1) Wool

(2)

js'ke

(2) Silk

(3)

fyusu

(3) Linen

(4)

flly

(4) Sisal

91.

rkRi;Z gS

The meaning of 'Denier' is

r.c

'Msfu;j' ls

om

(1)

(1)

uk;ykWu ds ;kuZ ds otu ls

(2)

uk;ykWu ds ;kuZ dh ped ls

(3)

uk;ykWu dh ;kuZ dh yEckbZ ls

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ls

(1) The weight of the nylon yarn

ec

tu

91.

lu

re

90.

(1)

is

hl

(2) The brightness of the nylon yarn

.s

at

(3) The length of the nylon yarn

92.

w

w

w

(4) All of the above 92.

ilhus ds nkx dks NqM+kus ds fy, fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldk iz;ksx gksrk gS (1)

gkbMªkstu isjksDlkbM

(1) Hydrogen Peroxide

(2)

cksjsDl

(2) Borax

(3)

vkWDtsfyd vEy

(3) Oxalic Acid

(4) 93.

To remove sweat stain which one of the following is used

(4) Petrol

isVªksy rki lquE; js'kk gS

93.

Thermoplastic fibre is

(1)

Vsjhyhu

(1) Terryline

(2)

Qkbcj Xykl

(2) Fibre glass

(3)

uk;ykWu

(3) Nylon

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

Part-II/C/39

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94.

94.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu lgh gS

(1)

ukbVªkslsY;wyksl] ekuoÑr js'ks

(2)

vkWjyku] Qkbcj Xykl] jseh-jklk;fud js'ks

foLdl]

Which one of the following set is correctly matched (1) Nitrocellulose, Viccose, Cupramonium, Manmade fibres

dqizkeksfu;e

(2) Orlon, fibres

Fibre

glass,

Ramiesynthetic

(3) Asbesstos, Sisal, Coir-Mineral fibres

,LcsLVl] lhly] dkW;j [kfut js'ks

(4)

js'ke] fyusu] Åu-okuLifrd js'ks

(4) Silk, Linen, Wool-Vegetable Fibre

95.

Which of the following is recommended during constipation

(1)

js'ksnkj [kkuk

(1) Fibre rich foods

(2)

rjy [kkuk

om

d+Ct+ esa fuEu esa fdldh laLrqfr ugha dh tkrh gS

(3)

rSyh; vkSj elkysnkj [kkuk

(4)

Qy vkSj lfCt;k¡

not

ec

tu

re

r.c

(2) Fluid rich foods (3) Oily & Spicy foods

hl

(4) Fruits & Vegetables

.s

fdldh deh gkbiks-Øksfed] ekbØkslkfVd ,uhfe;k dk eq[; dkj.k gS

96.

97.

w

w

96.

at

is

95.

(3)

(1) Folic acid

Qksfyd ,flM

(2)

ykSg

(3)

foVkfeu

B12

(3) Vitamin B12

(4)

foVkfeu

C

(4) Vitamin C

w

(1)

(2) Iron

97.

xyhpksa ds fy, loksZÙke js'kk gS

Best fibre for carpet making is

(1)

ukfj;y js'kk

(1) Coir

(2)

Åu

(2) Wool

(3)

dikl

(3) Cotton

(4) 98.

The major cause of hypo-chromic, microcytic of anaemia is deficiency of

(4) Jute

twV VsDLpMZ ;kuZ cuk;k tkrk gS (1)

Part-II/C/39

98.

Textured yarn is prepared like (1) Loop-type

ywi dh rjg ( 25 )

P. T. O.

(2) Coil type

(3)

fldqM+unkj

(3) Crimp type

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

99.

fdl izdkj dh ;kuZ [kphZyh ugha gS

Which type of yarn is not expensive

(1)

dqizkeksfu;e

(1) Cupramonium

(2)

foLdl

(2) Viscose

(3)

ukbVªkslsyqyksl

(3) Nitrocellulose

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugah

(4) None of these

twV

(4)

gsEi

r.c

(3)

re

dikl

tu

(2)

Which vegetative small fibre is known as tow (1) Linen

ec

fyusu

hl

(1)

100.

om

fdl okuLifrd rUrq dk NksVk js'kk 'Vks' ds uke ls tkuk tkrk gS

(2) Cotton (3) Jute (4) Hemp

101.

w

dkV~l owy esa js'ks dk feJ.k gS

Cots Wool is mixture of fibres

102.

w

w

101.

.s

at

100.

pDdjnkj

is

99.

(2)

(1) Rayon

(1)

js;kWu

(2)

Åu

(2) Wool

(3)

dikl

(3) Cotton

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

102.

drkbZ dh lcls iqjkuh fof/k gS

Oldest method of spinning is

(1)

[kqyh vfUre drkbZ

(1) Open end twisted spinning

(2)

Lo;a ,saBu okyh drkbZ

(2) Self twisted Spinning

(3)

fjax drkbZ

(3) Ring Spinning

(4)

,saBu jfgr drkbZ

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(4) Twistless Spinning

LVkWd jaxkbZ

(1) Stock dyeing

(2)

VkWi jaxkbZ

(2) Top dyeing

(3)

Økl jaxkbZ

(3) Cross Dyeing

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

104.

The printing method of cloth which requires more time and energy is

(1)

LØhu

(1) Screen

(2)

CykWd

(2) Block

(3)

jksyj

(3) Roller

(4)

LVsfUly

om

oL= NikbZ dh fof/k ftlesa le; o 'kfDr vf/kd O;; gksrh gS

re

r.c

(4) Stencil

105.

(2)

ikfeVksfyd ,flM

(3)

LVh,fjd ,flM

(4)

fyuksfyd ,flM

ec

ikfefVd ,flM

One of the following is an essential fatty acid (1) Palmitic acid

hl

(1)

tu

fuEu esa ,d vR;ko';d QSVh ,flM gS

(2) Palmitolic acid

.s

105.

Dyeing of fabrics before spinning is known as

(1)

is

104.

103.

drkbZ ds iwoZ gksus okyh oL=ksa dh jaxkbZ dgykrh gS

at

103.

106.

107.

w

w

w

(3) Stearic acid (4) Linolic acid

106.

jksyj NikbZ dk vkfo"dkj loZizFke fd;k Fkk

The roller printing method was first discovered by

(1)

,p0 ,y0 nkl us

(1) H. L. Das

(2)

tkWu elZj us

(2) John Murser

(3)

FkkWel osYl us

(3) Thomas Wells

(4)

oscj Økl us

(4) Weber Crass

107.

oL=ksa ds pquko esa fuEufyf[kr esa fdldk /;ku nsuk pkfg,

(1) Part-II/C/39

During the selection of fabrics which of the following point should be taken into consideration (1) Durability of clothes

oL=ksa ds fVdkÅiu ij ( 27 )

P. T. O.

(2)

oL=ksa dh lqUnjrk ij

(2) Beautifulness of clothes

(3)

oL= dh mi;ksfxrk ij

(3) Utility of clothes

(4)

Embossing on clothes is done by the use of

(1)

jksyj

(1) Roller

(2)

e'khu

(2) Machine

(3)

flUFksfVd jsftu

(3) Synthetic Resin

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

109.

Åu

(4)

uk;ykWu

r.c

(3)

re

flYd

tu

(2)

(1) Cotton and Linen

ec

lwrh vkSj fyusu

hl

(1)

Alkaline agents are used to remove the stains on the clothes made of

om

{kkjh; izfrdeZd /kCcksa dks NqM+kus esa iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS ;fn oL= cus gq, gSa

(2) Silk (3) Wool (4) Nylon

111.

110.

w

w

izkÑfrd rUrqvksa esa dsoy ;gh fQykesUV gS

The natural filament fibre is (1) Rayon

(1)

js;kWu

(2)

js'ke

(2) Silk

(3)

fyusu

(3) Linen

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

w

110.

.s

at

109.

108.

is

108.

(4) All of the above

mi;qZDr lHkh ij oL= ij fuf'pr fMtkbu ;k uDdk'kh djus ds fy, iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS

111.

?ksa?kk jksx jksdk tk ldrk gS

Goitre can be prevented by regular intake of

(1)

izksVhu [kkus ls

(1) Protein

(2)

dSfY'k;e [kkus ls

(2) Calcium

(3)

vk;ksfMu ;qDr ued [kkus ls

(3) Iodized Salt

(4)

fyfiM [kkus ls

(4) Lipids

Part-II/C/39

( 28 )

112.

112.

iqufuZfer lsY;qyksftd rUrq gS (1)

js;kWu

(1) Rayon

(2)

uk;ykWu

(2) Nylon

(3)

js'ke

(3) Silk

(4)

(4) Orlon

vkWjykWu izs'kj dqdj ikd le; dks de djrk gS D;ksafd (1)

Å"ek dk forj.k vkSj vf/kd le:irk ls gksrk gS

(2)

mPprj nkc Hkkstu dks eqyk;e cukrk gS

(3)

vUnj ds ty dk DoFkukad mPp gks tkrk gS

(4)

,d cM+h Tokyk dk iz;ksx gksrk gS

113.

Pressure cooker reduces cooking time because (1) The heat is more evenly distributed

om

(2) The higher pressure tenderises the food

tu

re

r.c

(3) The boiling point of water inside is elevated (4)

A larger flame is used

114.

at

is

Vsjhyhu ,d gS

Terylene is a (1) Poly - amide

cgq ,ekbM

(2)

ikfyLVj

(3)

iksyh bZFkj

(3) Poly ether

(4)

nh?kZ Ük`a[kyk gkbMªksdkcZu

(4) Long chain hydrocarbon

w

.s

(1)

w

(2) Polyester

w

114.

hl

ec

113.

Regenerated cellulosic fibres is

115.

116.

fuEu esa ls fdl cqukbZ esa 20-40 gkusZl dk iz;ksx ,d lkFk fd;k tkrk gS

115.

In which of the following weaves 20-40 harness are used together

(1)

MkWch

(1) Dobby

(2)

fV~oy

(2) Twill

(3)

lknh

(3) Plain

(4)

jhc

(4) Rib

116.

LVsiy js'ks dks ifjHkkf"kr fd;k Fkk (1)

Part-II/C/39

Staple fibre was defined by (1) Weber Cross

oscj Økl us ( 29 )

P. T. O.

117.

(2)

gkysu o lSaMyj us

(2) Hallen and Sandler

(3)

dSFkjhu gSl us

(3) Katherin Hase

(4)

MCY;w0 ,p0 dSjksFkFkZ

(4) W. H. Carothese

117.

vkgkj vk;kstu dks izHkkfor djrk gS (1)

fyax

(1) Sex

(2)

vk;q

(2) Age

(3)

dk;Z dh izÑfr

(3) Nature of work

(4)

(4) All of the above

mijksDr lHkh oL=ksa dks fpduk djuk dgykrk gS

Smooth finishing of clothes is known as

(1)

Vs.Vfjax

(1) Tentering

(2)

dSys.Mfjax

om

118.

(3)

Øsfiax

(4)

lsUQksjkbftax

tu

re

r.c

(2) Calendering (3) Creping

hl

ec

118.

Meal planning is affected by

120.

119.

w

w

feYVu DykWFk dk mi;ksx fd;k tkrk gS

Milton cloth is used for (1) Drafting

(1)

Mªkf¶Vax ds fy,

(2)

dfaVax ds fy,

(2) Cutting

(3)

fLVfpax ds fy,

(3) Stitching

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ds fy,

(4) All of the above

w

119.

.s

at

is

(4) Sanforising

"LokLF;]

120.

jksx ;k fucZyrk dk ek= vHkko ugha gSA oju~ 'kkjhfjd] ekufld rFkk lkekftd dY;k.k dh iw.kZ voLFkk gSA" ;g dFku gS

``Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well being and not merely the absence of disease of infirmity.'' It is a statement of (1) World Health Organization

(1)

fo'o LokLF; laxBu dk

(2)

ts0 ,Q0 fofy;e dk

(2) J. F. Williams

Part-II/C/39

( 30 )

osClVj lh0 fMD'kujh dk

(3) Webster C. Dictionary

(4)

,Q0 bZ0 fy.Mj dk

(4) F. E. Linder

;g fdldk dFku gS & ''[ksy ,d vkuUnnk;d ;k ekufld fØ;k gS tks vius vki esa iw.kZ gS vkSj ftldk dksbZ vO;Dr y{; ugha gksrk gS"

121.

(1)

,0 jlsy

(1) A. Russel

(2)

Vh0 ih0 uu

(2) T. P. Nunn

(3)

osysUVkbu

(3) Velentine

(4)

(4)

bZ0 ch0 gjykWd fuEu esa ls dkSu-lh lapkj fof/k rhu o"kZ dh vk;q ds cPpksa dks vf/kd izHkkfor djrh gS

JO; o n`'; nksuksa

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

tu

(3)

ec

n`'; dsoy

hl

(2)

Which of the following methods of communication influences the child of 3 years age group (1) Audio only (2) Visual only

is

JO; dsoy

at

(1)

E. B. Hurlock

r.c

122.

re

122.

The statement ''play may be defined as a joyful bodily or mental activity which is sufficient to itself and does not seek any exterior goal' is given by

om

121.

(3)

w

w

.s

(3) Audio-visual both

123.

124.

w

(4) None of the above 123.

cPpksa dh yEckbZ dh o`f) ij fuEu esa ls fdl xzfUFk dk izHkko iM+rk gS

Which one of the following gland effect on height of children

(1)

Fkk;jkbM

(1) Thyroid

(2)

ih;w"k xzfUFk

(2) Pituitary

(3)

iztuu xzfUFk

(3) Gonads

(4)

Dykse

(4) Clom

ICDS

124.

dk;ZØe ykHknk;d gS

ICDS programme is beneficial for

(1)

iwoZLdwy xkeh cPpksa ds fy,

(1) Preschool Children

(2)

xHkZorh efgykvksa ds fy,

(2) Pregnant Women

Part-II/C/39

( 31 )

P. T. O.

125.

(3)

Lruiku djkus okyh efgykvksa ds fy,

(3) Lactating Mother

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

125.

ckydksa esa *f[kykSus dh voLFkk* vius pje lhek ij gksrh gS

Peak time of 'Toy stage' in children is (1) 1 - 2 Years

(1) 1 - 2 o"kZ

esa (2) 5 - 6 Years

(2) 5 - 6 o"kZ

esa (3) 10 - 12 Years

(3) 10 - 12 o"kZ

esa (4) 8 - 10 Years

(4) 8 - 10 o"kZ

126.

(1)

ikyh-,LVj

(1) Poly-ester

(2)

izksVhu

(3)

ikWyhlSdjkbM

re

r.c

(2) Protein

hl

127.

(3) Polysaccharides (4) None of the above

Which of the following is used to remove rust and ink stain from clothes

w

.s

at

is

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugaha fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldk iz;ksx diM+s ls tax vkSj L;kgh dk nkx NqM+kus ds fy, fd;k tkrk gS

ec

(4) 127.

Natural Silk is

om

izkÑfrd js'ke gS

tu

126.

esa

(1)

vYdksgy

(2)

vkWDlksfyd vEy

(2) Oxalic Acid

(3)

feV~Vh dk rsy

(3) Kerosene Oil

(4)

bZFkj

(4) Ether

w

w

(1) Alcohol

128.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk lsV lgh gS

128.

Which one of the following set is correct

(1)

vkWjykWu] uk;ykWu] MsdjkWu → jklk;fud js'ks

(1) Orlon, Nylon, Decron → Chemical Fibres

(2)

js;kWu] fyusu] jseh → okuLifrd js'ks

(3)

js'ke] Åu] lhly → tkUro js'ks

(2) Rayon, Linen, Ramie → Vegetative Fibres

(4)

lksuk] ,LcsLVl] dkW;j → [kfut js'ks

(3) Silk, Wool, Sisal → Animal Fibres (4) Gold, Asbestos, Coir → Mineral Fibres

Part-II/C/39

( 32 )

Which one of the following is strong bleaching agent

(1)

gkbMªkstu ijvkWDlkbM

(1) Hydrogen Peroxide

(2)

lksfM;e ckblYQkbM

(2) Sodium Bisulphide

(3)

lksfM;e gkbiksDyksjkbM

(3) Sodium Hypochloride

(4)

lksfM;e gkbMªkslYQkbM

(4) Sodium Hydrosulphide

130.

/kkxk fuekZ.k dh vfUre voLFkk gS

The last stage of yarn construction is

(1)

drkbZ

(1) Spinning

(2)

/kqukbZ

(2) Carding

(3)

?kqeko nsuk

(3) Revolving

(4)

da?kh djuk

(4) Combing

LVkWd jaxkbZ

(3)

Økl jaxkbZ

133.

tu ec hl

.s

(3) Cross Dyeing (4) None of the above

mijksDr esa ls dksbZ ugha js'kksa dh igpku ds fy, ,d fo'oluh; ijh{k.k gS

w

132.

(2) Stock Dyeing

w

(4)

Dyeing of fabrics before spinning is known as (1) Top Dyeing

at

(2)

131.

is

drkbZ ds iwoZ gksus okyh oL=ksa dh jaxkbZ dgykrh gS (1) VkWi jaxkbZ

w

131.

re

r.c

130.

129.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu ,d rhoz fojatd gS

om

129.

132.

A reliable test for identification of fabrics is

(1)

rUrq rksM+ ijh{k.k

(1) Breaking fibre test

(2)

lw{en'khZ ijh{k.k

(2) Microscopic test

(3)

rsy ijh{k.k

(3) Oil test

(4)

flyoV ijh{k.k

(4) Creasing test 133.

xksan dk dyQ yxk;k tkrk gS

Gum starching is done by

(1)

lwrh diM+ksa esa

(1) Cotton Clothes

(2)

uk;ykWu ds diM+ksa esa

(2) Nylon Clothes

(3)

js'keh diM+ksa esa

(3) Silk Clothes

(4)

mijksDr esa ls fdlh esa ughaa

(4) None of the above

Part-II/C/39

( 33 )

P. T. O.

Woollen clothes condition by

(1) 25%

(1) 25%

(2) 50%

(2) 50%

(3) 60%

(3) 60%

(4) 15%

(4) 15%

135.

;g fdldk dFku gS ^^[ksy og dksbZ Hkh fØ;k gS tks izkIr gksus okys vkuUn ds fy, dh tkrh gS fdUrq blds vfUre ifj.kke ij dksbZ fopkj ugha fd;k tkrk gS**

are

weak

in

wet

The statement "In its strictest sense sport means any activity engaged in for the enjoyment it gives, without consideration of the end results" is given by

,0 jl

(1) A. Russ

(2)

LVuZ

(2) Stern

(3)

uu

(4)

b0 ch0 gjykWd

om

(1)

(3) Nunn (4)

E. B. Hurlock

is

cky fodkl v/;;u gS xHkkZoLFkk ls

136.

Child development study is from the pregnancy to

.s

at

136.

hl

ec

tu

re

135.

134.

xhyh voLFkk esa Åu dh 'kfDr de gks tkrh gS

r.c

134.

w

(1) Life long

thoui;ZUr rd

(2)

fd'kksjkoLFkk rd

(2) Adolescent

(3)

ckY;koLFkk rd

(3) Childhood

w

w

(1)

(4) None of the above

(4) 137.

138.

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha efgykvksa esa lEiw.kZ xHkkZoLFkk dh vof/k yxHkx fdrus fnuksa dh gksrh gS

137.

In women, the pregnancy period is of how many days

(1) 180

(1) 180

(2) 280

(2) 280

(3) 300

(3) 300

(4) 380

(4) 380 138.

buesa ls fdl psd dk udn Hkqxrku ugha fd;k tkrk gS

Part-II/C/39

( 34 )

Which one of the following cheque is not payable in cash form

vkns'k psd

(1) Order Cheque

(2)

js[kkafdr psd

(2) Cross Cheque

(3)

okgd psd

(3) Bearer Cheque

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh dk

(4) All of the above

;g fdldk dFku gS ";kstuk esa dk;Z ls iwoZ gh ;g fu/kkZfjr dj fy;k tkrk gS fd D;k djuk gS \ fdl izdkj djuk gS \ dc djuk gS \ vkSj fdlds }kjk fd;k tkus okyk gS" (1)

thu okjsu

(2)

gSjkWYM dqUVt vkSj lhjhy vkSj vksMksusy

(3)

yqbl ,0 ,ysu

(4)

csdj ,oa tkulu

139.

The statement "Planning is deciding in advance what to do, how to do it, when to do it and who is to do it" is given by

(1) Jean Warren (2) Harold Koontz and Cyril O Donnel

om

(3) Louis A. Allen (4) Baker and Johnson

140.

larqfyr ctV

(2)

cpr dk ctV

(3)

vkaf'kd ctV

(4)

?kkVs dk ctV

ec

(1)

tu

ikfjokfjd ctV gksuk pkfg,

Family budget should be a (1) Balanced Budget

is

hl

140.

re

r.c

139.

(1)

.s

at

(2) Saving Budget

141.

w

w

w

(3) Partial Budget (4) Deficit Budget

fuEufyf[kr esa ls ltkoV ds lkFk-lkFk dkSu vf/kd egÙoiw.kZ gS

141.

(1)

insZ

(1) Curtains

(2)

fp=

(2) Picture

(3)

QuhZpj

(3) Furniture

(4) 142.

Which one of the following is most important along with decoration

(4) Cleanliness

lQkbZ ikfjokfjd ctV egÙoiw.kZ gS

142.

Family budget is important for

(1)

lekt'kkfL=;ksa ds fy,

(1) Sociologists

(2)

vFkZ'kkfL=;ksa ds fy,

(2) Economists

(3)

jktuhfrKksa ds fy,

(3) Politicians

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ds fy,

(4) All of the above

Part-II/C/39

( 35 )

P. T. O.

okLrfod vk;

(1) Real Income

(2)

ekSfnzd vk;

(2) Money Income

(3)

izR;{k vk;

(3) Direct Income

(4)

ekufld vk;

(4) Psychic Income

144.

National Saving purchased from

(1)

cSad ls

(1) Bank

(2)

Mkd[kkus ls

(2) Post Office

(3)

;wfuV vkWfQl ls

om

jk"Vªh; cpr i= [kjhns tk ldrs gSa

(4)

chek dEifu;ksa ls

certificates

are

(4) Insurance Company

tu

re

r.c

(3) Unit Office

fuEu esa fdlesa dksysLVªky dh ek=k de gksrh gS

145.

.s

at

is

145.

The material goods and services available to the family members without the use of money is known as

(1)

ec

144.

143.

tks oLrq,¡ o lsok,¡ ifjokj ds lnL;ksa dks fcuk /ku ds mi;ksx ls izkIr gksrh gSa] og dgykrh gSa

hl

143.

Which of the following substance lacks cholesterol (1) Eggs

v.Mksa esa

(2)

eD[ku esa

(3)

lsc jl esa

(3) Apple Juice

(4)

eqxsZ esa

(4) Chicken

146.

w

w

w

(1)

(2) Butter

dkSu-lk ewY; izsj.kkRed gksrk gS

146.

(1)

vkjke

(1) Comfort

(2)

izse

(2) Love

(3)

LokLF;

(3) Health

(4)

147.

Which value is motivating

(4) All of the above

mi;qZDr lHkh 50-70 ds chp vkbZ0 D;w0 okyk cPpk dgykrk gS

Part-II/C/39

147.

( 36 )

A child with I. Q. between 50 - 70 is called

(1) Moron

(2)

bEcslkby

(2) Imbecile

(3)

ew[kZ

(3) Idiot

(4)

eUn

(4)

;g fdldk dFku gS "O;oLFkk dh izfØ;k ds fofHkUu lksiku ;FkkFkZ dh Ük`a[kyk ek= gS] ftlesa lksiku vUrr% fu.kZ; ij vk/kkfjr gksrs gSa" (1) Mh0 oqM~l FkkWel

148.

Dull

The statement ''The various steps in the management process are really a series of decision, each based upon the last'' is given by (1) D. Woods Thomas

lh0 ,0 cszVkWu

(2) C. A. Bratton

(3)

ih0 fudsy ,oa ts0 ,e0 MkWlhZ

(3) P. Nickell and J. M. Dorsey

(4)

xzkWl ,oa ØSaMy

(4) Gross and Crandall

149.

The meaning of work simplification is

r.c

dk;Z ds ljyhdj.k ls rkRi;Z gS

om

(2)

dk;Z dks lqfu;ksftr
(2)

dk;Z djus dh lcls vklku] ljy o 'kh?kz fof/k dh lpsruk iwoZd [kkst djuk

(3)

dk;Z dks ,d ls vf/kd yksxksa dk feydj djuk

(4)

dk;Z dks djus ds fy, vk/kqfud midj.kksa dk iz;ksx djuk

ec

tu

re

(1)

(1) Completion of work in planned manner

(2) The conscious seeking of the simplest, easiest and quickest method of doing work

.s

at

is

149.

eksjkWu

hl

148.

(1)

w

w

w

(3) Completion of work by more than one person

150.

(4) Use of modern equipments to complete the work

150.

lgh mÙkj dk pquko dhft,A ,afty ds fl)kUr ds vuqlkj tSls-tSls vk; c<+rh gS

Select the correct answer according to Engle's law of consumption 'As income increases'

(1)

Hkkstu ij O;; izfr'kr ?kVrk gS rFkk vU; vkjkensg oLrqvksa ij O;; dk izfr'kr c<+rk gS

(1) The proportion of income spent on food decreases while the income spent on luxurious goods increases

(2)

edku] oL= o fctyh ij O;; dk izfr'kr ?kVrk gS

(2) The proportion of income spent on shelters, clothing and lighting decreases

(3)

foykflrk] f'k{kk] LokLF; o euksjatu ij O;; dk izfr'kr ?kV tkrk gS

(3) The proportion of income spent on luxuriousness, education, health and recreation decreases

Part-II/C/39

( 37 )

P. T. O.

(4)

The statement "Home management is planning, organising, controlling and evaluating the use of resources available to the family for the purpose of attaining family goals" is given by

(1)

vkj0 ,p0 dkSVthu

(1) R. H. Kautzine

(2)

ih0 fudsy o MkWjlh

(2) P. Nickell and Dorsey

(3)

xzkWl ,oa Øs.My

(3) Gross and Crandall

(4)

xksYMLVhu ,oa xksYMLVhu

(4) Goldstin and Goldstin

152.

lokZf/kd lqjf{kr psd gS okgd psd

(2)

vkns'k psd

(3)

js[kkafdr psd

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(1) Bearer Cheque

om

(1)

The most secured cheque is

(2) Order Cheque (3) Cross Cheque

hl

ec

tu

re

152.

151.

r.c

151.

(4) All of the above

mi;qZDr lHkh ;g fdldk dFku gS "x`g O;oLFkk ifjokj ds y{;ksa dks izkIr djus ds mís'; ls ifjokj ds òksrksa ds iz;ksx gsrq fd;k x;k vk;kstu] laxBu] fu;U=.k ,oa ewY;kadu gS"

154.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk lsV mfpr gS

w

153.

w

153.

w

.s

at

is

(4) None of the above

Which one of the following set is right

(1)

VkW;fyu] jsfuu] MsDlfVªu→,Utkbe

(1) Ptyalin, Renin, Dextrin → Enzymes

(2)

jsfuu] vkWfDlVksflu] fifjMkWfDlu → gkWeksZu

(2) Renin, Oxytocin, Hormone

(3)

,LdkfcZd vEy] lkbuksdksckyfeu → foVkfeu

(3) Ascorbic Acid, Cyanocobalamine → Vitamin

(4)

ÝDVkst] Xywdkst] ekYVkst



fu;kflu]

(4) Fructose, Glucose, Diasaccharides

f}'kdZjk

154.

ukW;yku cukus esa iz;qDr gksus okyk dPpk inkFkZ gS (1)

,Mhfid vEy

(2)

C;wVkMkbu

Part-II/C/39

(2) Butadiene



Niacin,

Maltose

A raw material used in making nylon is

(1) Adipic Acid

( 38 )

Pyridoxine



156.

,fFkyhu

(3) Ethylene

(4)

feFkkby esFkkfØysV

(4) Methyl Methacrylate

ts-isy ifjlTtk nh tkrh gS

155.

Ze-pel finishing is done on

(1)

cqus gq, diM+ksa ij

(1) Woven Clothes

(2)

fuVsM diM+ksa ij

(2) Knitted Clothes

(3)

QsYV fd;s x;s diM+ksa ij

(3) Felted Clothes

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

156.

jDr dk /kCck lkQ fd;k tkrk gS] ;fn iz;ksx esa yk;k tk; (1)

Blood stain is removed by the use of

gkbMªkstu isjksDlkbM

om

155.

(3)

veksfu;k

(3)

nksuksa

ec

tu

(1) vkSj (2)

hl

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(2) Ammonia (3) Both (1) and (2) (4) None of the above

lwrh oL= ds fojatu ds eq[; rjhds gSa

157.

w

w

w

157.

.s

at

is

(4)

re

(2)

r.c

(1) Hydrogen peroxide

158.

Bleaching on cotton clothes is done by the following method

(1)

gkbiksDyksfjd vEy

(1) Hypochloric Acid

(2)

DyksjhusVsM pwuk

(2) Chlorinated Lime

(3)

nksuksa

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(3) Both (1) and (2)

(1) vkSj (2)

(4) None of the above

158.

izkÑfrd js'kk gS

Natural fibre is

(1)

dikl

(1) Cotton

(2)

Åu

(2) Wool

(3)

,LcsLVsl

(3) Asbestos

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

Part-II/C/39

( 39 )

P. T. O.

Crease-Resistance on clothes is done by the use of

(1)

fQukWy QkesZfYMgkbM

(1) Phenol Formaldehyde

(2)

;wfj;k QkesZfYMgkbM

(2) Urea Formaldehyde

(3)

nksuksa

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls dksbZ ugha

(1) vkSj (2)

(3) Both (1) and (2) (4) None of the above 160.

Which one of the following is used to remove lipstick and nail polish stains from clothes

(1)

fLizV

(1) Spirit

(2)

feV~Vh dk rsy

(2) Kerosene Oil

(3)

,YdksgkWy

om

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdldk iz;ksx diM+s ls fyfifLVd o usyikWfy'k dk nkx NqM+kus ds fy, fd;k tkrk gS

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

r.c

(3) Alcohol (4) All of the above

cht okyk js'kk gS

161.

Seed fibre is

162.

163.

dkiksd

(2)

twV

(3)

gsEi

(4)

jseh

.s w

w

(2) Jute

w

(3) Hemp (4) Ramie 162.

nkgu ijh{k.k ds vUrxZr js'kksa dh jk[k gksrh gS (1)

lwrh oL= - ihyk

(2)

fyusu - Hkwjh

(3)

Åu

(4)

js'ke - /kwlj

-

Part-II/C/39

In the burning test, ash colour of fibre is

(1) Cotton - Yellow (2) Linen - brownish

lQsn

(3) Wool - White (4) Silk - Gray

163.

oL=ksa dks vToyu'khy ifjlTtk nsus ds fy, iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS (1)

(1) Kapok

at

(1)

is

hl

161.

ec

tu

160.

159.

oL= ij flyoV izfrjks/kdrk ds fy, iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS

re

159.

For fireproofing finish on clothes is done by the use of (1) Phenol formaldehyde

fQukWy QkeksZYMgkbM ( 40 )

164.

(2)

dSfY'k;e DyksjkbM

(2) Calcium Chloride

(3)

veksfu;k lYQsV

(3) Ammonium Sulphate

(4)

flfydkWu

(4) Silicon

164.

og O;fDr ftlus igyh fufVax e'khu dk vkfo"dkj fd;k (1)

tkWu elZj

(1) John Mercer

(2)

fofy;e ijfdu

(2) William Perkin

(3)

fofy;e tku

(3) William John

(4)

(4) Rewarend Williamlee

jojsaM fofy;eyh lsVhu cqukbZ ds lEcU/k esa D;k lgh gS

165.

What is true about sateen Weave

mi;qZDr lHkh

(2) Long weft-floats are seen on the top surface of clothes

r.c

(4)

re

lkfVu o lsVhu nksuksa cqukb;ksa ds xq.k-nks"k ,d leku gSa

tu

(3)

ec

oL= dh Åijh lrg ij ckus ds yEcs ¶yksV fn[kkbZ nsrs gS

hl

(2)

is

;g lkfVu cqukbZ dk foijhr :i gS

om

(1) It is opposite of satin weave

(1)

(3) Merits and demerits are same of both Sateen and Satin weave

at

(4) All of the above

166.

w

uenk gS ,d

Felting is a

w

166.

w

.s

165.

The person who discovered first knitting machine

167.

(1)

ifjlTtk

(1) Finish

(2)

ysl

(2) Lace

(3)

oL= cukus dh izfØ;k

(3) Process of cloth making

(4)

js'kk

(4) Fibre 167.

oL= ds Nkius dh fØ;k nksuksa vksj ,d lkFk dh tkrh gS

The printing on cloth is done on both side simultaneously by

(1)

MwIys NikbZ esa

(1) Duplex Printing

(2)

CykWp NikbZ esa

(2) Bloth Printing

(3)

fuLej.k NikbZ esa

(3) Extract Printing

(4)

jksyj NikbZ esa

(4) Roller Printing

Part-II/C/39

( 41 )

P. T. O.

169.

168.

Ñf=e jatd loZizFke rS;kj fd;k x;k

(1)

gsujh fofy;e ifdZu }kjk

(1) Henry William Perkin

(2)

oscj Økl }kjk

(2) Weber Crass

(3)

twYl yScFkZs }kjk

(3) Jules Labarthe

(4)

oSysl ,p0 dSjksFklZ }kjk

(4) Wallace H. Carothurs

169.

lcls vf/kd lqjf{kr fojatd gS

Most safe bleaching agent is

(1)

gkbiksDyksjkbM

(1) Hypochloride

(2)

gkbMªkstu ijkWDlkbM

(2) Hydrogen Peroxide

(3)

lY¶;wfjd vEy

(3) Sulphuric Acid

(4)

(4) All of the above

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

re tu ec

ekse

hl

(3)

is

rsy

(2) Oil

at

(2)

To lessen the shine of Rayon what substance is used (1) Titaniumdioxide

.s

fVVsfu;e-Mh-vkWDlkbM

170.

(3) Wax

w

(1)

r.c

mi;qZDr lHkh js;ku dh ped dks de djus ds fy, D;k iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gS

171.

172.

w

w

170.

Artificial dyes are prepared at first time by

om

168.

(4) All of the above

171.

oL=ksa ds ns[kjs[k ,oa cpko fuEu esa ls fdlls djuh pkfg,

From which of the following clothes should be cared and protected

(1)

ilhus ls

(1) Sweat

(2)

dhM+s ,oa Q¡Qwnh ls

(2) Moth and Moulds

(3)

/kwi ls

(3) Sunlight

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ls

(4) All of the above 172.

oL= fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdlds vuqdwy gksus pkfg, (1)

QS'ku ds

(2)

ewY; ds

Part-II/C/39

Clothes should be according to

(1) fashion

( 42 )

(3)

lekt ds

(2) cost

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(3) society (4) None of the above

173.

173.

Which of the following value belongs to the intrinsic and instrumental

(1)

dyk

(1) Art

(2)

Kku

(2) Knowledge

(3)

[ksy

(3) Play

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

174.

O;; dks vf/kd izHkkfor djus okyk rÙo gS

Which factor expenditure

is

more

effective

for

r.c

om

174.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls dkSu-lk ewY; vkUrfjd o lk/kukRed gS

(1) Total income of the family

ifjokj dh dqy vk;

(2)

fuokl LFkku

(3)

x`g.kh dh foosd'khyrk ,oa dq'kyrk

ec

tu

re

(1)

(2) Living place

at

is

hl

(3) Judicious and skilfulness of housewife

(4)

.s

(4) None of these

w

175.

Indirect income is

176.

w

w

175.

buesa ls dksbZ ugha vizR;{k vk; gS

(1) Salary Income

(1)

ukSdjh dh vk;

(2)

edku dk fdjk;k

(2) House Rent

(3)

fu%'kqYd f'k{kk

(3) Free Education

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(4)

176.

lkekU;r% ?kj esa dejs ds nhokj dh vf/kdre Å¡pkbZ j[kh tkrh gS

None of these

Normally the maximum height of the wall of room in the house is kept

(1) 12

QhV

(1) 12 Feet

(2) 10

QhV

(2) 10 Feet

(3) 14

QhV

(3) 14 Feet

Part-II/C/39

( 43 )

P. T. O.

(4) 15

Which of the following reason is responsible for dishonoured cheque

(1)

psd ij fy[ks gq, esa dkV-ihV gks

(1) Over writing on cheque

(2)

psd mÙkjkfrFkh; gks

(2) Cheque is post dated

(3)

tekdrkZ ds [kkrs esa psd dh jkf'k ls de jkf'k gks

(3) Availability of less amount in the account of cheque issuing person

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

178.

fe;knh tek[kkrk

(2)

cpr [kkrk

(3)

pkyw [kkrk

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

r.c

(1)

To deposit the money in bank, which of the following account can be opened

om

cSad esa #i;k tek djus ds fy, [kkrs [kksys tk ldrs gSa

(1) Fixed Deposit Account

ec

tu

178.

177.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl dkj.k ls psd vizfrf"Br gks tkrk gS

re

177.

(4) 15 Feet

QhV

is

hl

(2) Saving Account

w

.s

at

(3) Current Account All of the above

w

w

(4)

179.

180.

179.

C;kt dh nj cpr [kkrs esa tek dh xbZ /kujkf'k ij

Interest on money deposited in saving account

(1)

le;-le; ij ugha cnyrh gS

(1) Does not change time to time

(2)

dj eqDr gksrh gS

(2) It is tax free

(3)

mijksDr nksuksa

(4)

dj eqDr ugha gksrh gS

(1) o (2)

(3) Both above (1) and (2) (4) It is not tax free

180.

pkyw [kkrs esa lIrkg esa /ku fudkyk ;k tek fd;k tk ldrk gS (1)

Part-II/C/39

The money is withdrawn or deposited from the current account is (1) Only one time

flQZ ,d ckj ( 44 )

flQZ nks ckj

(2) Only two times

(3)

flQZ rhu ckj

(3) Only three times

(4)

dbZ ckj

(4) Many times

181.

ikfjokfjd ctV egÙoiw.kZ gS

Family budget is important for

dsoy x`gf.k;ksa ds fy,

(1) Only house wives

(2)

dsoy ljdkj ds fy,

(2) Only government

(3)

x`gf.k;ksa ,oa ljdkj ds fy,

(3) House Wives and government

(4)

mi;qZDr esa ls fdlh ds fy, ugha

(4) None of the above

om

(1)

182.

ec

tu

edku cuokus ds fy, lcls mi;qDr Hkwfe gS jsrhyh

(2)

fpduh

(3)

dadjhyh

(4)

jsrhyh] pwus] dSfY'k;e o eSXuhf'k;e ;qDr Hkwfe

(1) Sandy

hl

(1)

The best soil for construction of house is

at

is

182.

re

r.c

181.

(2)

183.

184.

w

w

.s

(2) Clay

w

(3) Gravelly (4) Sand stone, chalk, Limestone and magnesium stone soil 183.

ekuoh; lk/ku gS

Human resource is

(1)

le;

(1) Time

(2)

Kku

(2) Knowledge

(3)

'kfDr

(3) Energy

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

;g fdldk dFku gS "[ksy ,d LoSfPNd vkSj vkRedsfUnzr fØ;k gS"

Part-II/C/39

184.

( 45 )

The statement `Play is voluntary self contained activity' is given by

P. T. O.

,0 jlsy

(1) A. Russel

(2)

b0 ch0 gjykWd

(2) E. B. Hurlock

(3)

osysUVkbu

(3) Valentine

(4)

LVuZ

(4)

185.

jspu fl)kUr ds vuqlkj cPps [ksyrs gSa

Stern

According to Catharsis theory, children play

(1)

ruko dks nwj djus ds fy,

(1) to avoid tension

(2)

'kfDr dks O;; djus ds fy,

(2) to invest energy

(3)

mi;qZDr nksuks

(4)

viuh vr`Ir bPNkvksa dh iwfrZ ds fy,

(3) both above (1) and (2)

r.c

om

(1) o (2)

(4) To complete their unsatisfied desire

186.

hl

,dhÑr cky fodkl ;kstuk Hkkjr ljdkj us vkjEHk fd;k

.s

at

is

186.

ec

tu

re

185.

(1)

(2)

lu~

1970 esa

(3)

lu~

1960 esa

(4)

lu~

1975 esa

(1) 1957

w

1957 esa

w

lu~

w

(1)

187.

(2) 1970 (3) 1960 (4) 1975

187.

x`g O;oLFkk ,d ekufld izfØ;k gS] ftlesa vk;kstu] fu;U=.k o ewY;kadu ds }kjk ikfjokfjd lk/kuksa dk mi;ksx djds ikfjokfjd y{;ksa dh izkfIr dh tk ldrh gS" ;g dFku fn;k gS (1)

fudsy ,oa MkWlhZ us

(2)

xksYMLVhu ,oa xksYMLVhu us

Part-II/C/39

Integrated child development service scheme was started by government of India in year

The statement 'Home management is mental process through which one plans, controls and evaluates the use of family goals' is given by

(1) Nickell and Dorsey (2) Goldstin and Goldstin

( 46 )

(3) Elizabeth Walbert, Ina H. Gross and Crandall

(4)

Mh0 oqM~l FkkWel us

(4) D. Woods Thomas

dkSu-lk y{; vf/kd fuf'pr gksrk gS

188.

Which type of goal is much defined

(1)

rkRdkfyd y{;

(1) Short term goal

(2)

nh?kZdkfyd y{;

(2) Long term goal

(3)

mi;qZDr nksuks

(4)

buesa ls dksbZ ugha

(1) ,oa (2)

(3) Both (1) and (2) (4) None of these

(1)

okgd psd

(2)

vkfn"V psd

(3)

,dkmUV is;h psd

(4)

fof'k"V js[kkadu psd

The most risky cheque is

om

189.

lokZf/kd vlqjf{kr psd gS

(1) Bearer Cheque

hl

ec

tu

re

189.

,fytkcsFk okycVZ] buk ,p0 xzkWl ,oa Øs.My us

r.c

188.

(3)

(2) Order Cheque

.s

at

is

(3) Account Payee Cheque

w

w

w

(4) Special Crossing Cheque

190.

191.

190.

tks oLrq,¡ o lsok,¡ ifjokj ds lnL;ksa dks /ku ds :i esa izkIr gksrh gSa] og dgykrh gSa

The material goods and services available to the family members in the form of money is known as

(1)

ekufld vk;

(1) Psychic Income

(2)

izR;{k vk;

(2) Direct Income

(3)

okLrfod vk;

(3) Real Income

(4)

ekSfnzd vk;

(4) Money Income

191.

vk; dks izHkkfor djus okys rRo gSa (1)

Part-II/C/39

Factors which affect the income are (1) Family structure, number of members in the family, individual profession and ability of house wife

ifjokj dk Lo:i] lnL;ksa dh la[;k] O;fDr dk is'kk] x`g.kh dh dq'kyrk

( 47 )

P. T. O.

(2)

ifjokj esa cPpksa dh la[;k] fuokl LFkku] x`g.kh dh ;ksX;rk

(2) Number of children in the family, living place, ability of house wife

(3)

?kj dh dqy vk;] ifjokj dk Lo:i] x`g.kh dh ;ksX;rk

(3) Total income structure and necessary expenditure of the family ability of housewife

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh (4) None of the above

192.

ctV ;kstuk fuHkZj djrh gS

Budget planning depends on

ifjokj ds y{; ij

(1) Goal of family

(2)

ifjokj dh vko';drkvksa ij

(2) Needs of family

(3)

ifjokj dh vk; ij

(3) Income of family

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh ij

om

(1)

r.c

(4) All of the above

ec

x`g O;oLFkk esa vk;kstu dk eq[; pj.k gS

193.

is

hl

193.

tu

re

192.

(1) To prepare a work plan

dk;Z ;kstuk rS;kj djuk

(2)

leL;k dh igpku djuk

(3)

mi;qZDr fodYi dk pquko djuk

(3) To select appropriate alternative

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

at

(1)

.s 194.

195.

The main step of planning in home management is

w

w

w

(2) To identify the problem

194.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls fdl ewY; esa vkUrfjd o lk/kukRed nksuksa xq.k gksrs gSa

Which of the following values has both qualities of intrinsic and instruments

(1)

vkjke] LokLF;

(1) Rest, Health

(2)

dyk] Kku

(2) Art, Knowledge

(3)

I;kj] egRokdka{kk

(3) Love, Ambition

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(4) All of the above 195.

thou chek ykHknk;d gS] D;ksafd blls

Part-II/C/39

( 48 )

Life insurance is beneficial because it

provides

chek IkkWfylh ij dtZ ysus dh lqfo/kk gksrh gS

(1) Facility of taking loan of insurance policy

(2)

vk;dj ls NqVdkjk feyrk gS

(2) Relief in income tax

(3)

vdkye`R;q gksus ij ifjokj dk vkfFkZd leL;k ls cpko gksrk gS

(3) Safety of family economics trouble at the time of sudden death

(4)

mijksDr lHkh

(4) All of the above

196.

fuEufyf[kr esa ls ckydksa esa [ksy ds fodkl dks dkSu-lk rRo izHkkfor djrk gS

(2)

fØ;kRed fodkl

(3)

cqf)

(4)

mi;qZDr lHkh

(1) Sex

om

fyax

(2) Motor development

r.c

(1)

Which one of the following factor affect the development of play in children

(3) Intelligence

hl

ec

tu

re

196.

(1)

197.

w

Mªkek fdl izdkj ds lk/kuksa ds vUrxZr vkrk gS

Drama comes under which type of extension aids

w

w

197.

.s

at

is

(4) All of the above

198.

(1)

f'k{k.k lk/ku

(1) Teaching Aids

(2)

JO; lk/ku

(2) Audio Aids

(3)

JO;-n`'; lk/ku

(3) Audio-Visual Aids

(4)

n`'; lk/ku

(4) Visual Aids

198.

lkewfgd [ksy lwpd gS

Group game is symbol of

(1)

isze o Lusg dk

(1) Love and affection

(2)

izfrLi/kkZ dk

(2) Competition

(3)

yM+kbZ->xMs+ dk

(3) Quarrelling

Part-II/C/39

( 49 )

P. T. O.

(4)

200.

199.

In which games 6 - 7 years group children are more interested

(1)

,dkdh

(1) Unitary

(2)

lkewfgd

(2) Group

(3)

nksuksa

(3) Both

(4)

dksbZ ugha

(4) None of the above

200.

fdrus ekg dk ckyd fcuk lgkjs vklkuh ls cSB ldrk gS (1) 4

How many months old baby can sit easily without any help (1) 4 Months

ekl

om

199.

(4) Developed Society

fodflr lekt dk 6 ls 7 o"kZ ds ckyd dkSu-ls [ksyksa esa #fp ysrs gSa

(2) 7 Months

tu

re

r.c

(2) 7 ekl

(3) 9 Months

hl

ec

(3) 9 ekl

w

w

w

.s

at

is

(4) 10 ekl

Part-II/C/39

( 50 )

(4) 10 Months

Master Home Science

(3) Light. (4) None of the above. 42. laokru lEcfU/kr gS. (1) dejs ls xeZ ok;q dks fudkyus dh fØ;k. (2) dejs ls ueh dks fudkyuk. (3) dejs ls fLFkj ok;q dks fudkyuk ...... (2) Imbecile. (3) Idiot. (4) Dull. 148. ;g fdldk dFku gS "O;oLFkk dh izfØ;k ds. fofHkUu lksiku ;FkkFkZ dh Ük`a[kyk ek= gS] ftlesa lksiku vUrr% fu.kZ; ij vk/kkfjr gksrs. gSa".

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