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Jurisprudence Mcq Questions and Answers pdf

Jurisprudence Mcq Questions and Answers

1) Who was the first chairman of pharmaceutical enquiry committee
a) B. Mukharjee
b) S.S Bhatia
c) Joseph bhore
d) R.D .Dalal

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2)  Diacetyl morphine is also known as 
a) Ganja
b) Heroine
c) Charas
d) Cocaine

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3) A Person whose name have been removed from the register of other state  shall 
a) Again register of other state
b) On specific penalty they can registered
c) Non entitled to registration
d) All of the above

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4) The prescribed renewal fees should paid before of every year
a) 31st December
b) 25th march
c) 14th april
d) 1st january

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5) Delegated legislation is a legislation
a) Supreme
b) Superb
c) Kind
d) None of the above

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6) In retail price calculation what is the meaning of ED 
a) Extra duty
b) Excise duty
c) Extreme demand
d) Exempted

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7) Select the following authoritative instrument that rules on society
a) Ethics
b) Law
c) Code
d) Both (a) and (b)

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8)  First Pharmacy council of India was constituted in
a) 1940
b) 1948
c) 1949
d) 1954

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9) License is issued in which from for the manufacture of homeopathic drugs
a) 19B
b) 20C
c) 25C
d) 26C

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10) Give penalties with for falsely claiming to be a registered under the pharmacy act 1948
a) Punishable with fine upto 100 rupees on first conviction
b) With imprisonment upto six months or with fine upto 1000- rupees or both on any subsequent conviction
c) With imprisonment upto six months or with fine upto 2000-/ rupees or both on any subsequent conviction
d) Both (b) & (c)

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11) The premises licence for manufacture of drug must full fill the condition the condition according to 
a) Schedule N
b) Schedule M
c) Schedule O
d) Schedule X

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12) Premises licensed  for sale of drugs are inspected at least
a) Once in a year
b) Twice in year
c) Thrice in a year
d) Every month

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13) List of minimum requirements for retail pharmacy is given in schedule 
a) M
b) N
c) C
d) R

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14) University grants commission established under section of UGC act 1956 
a) section 3
b) section 4
c) section 10
d) section 3A

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15)  ………. means pharmacy council of india 
a) central council
b) D&C act
c) education act
d) Indian patent act

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16) Includes list of diseases & ailments which a drug may not claim to prevent or cure
a) schedule C
b) schedule C(1)
c) schedule J
d) schedule R

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17) To control import of drugs, the import of drug bill was introduced in
a) 1935
b) 1936
c) 1937
d) 1938

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18) In 1940, government brought act to regulate the import manufacture, sale and distribution of drug in British India
a) Pharmacy act
b) Drug bill act
c) D&C act
d) Drug act

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19) In case of any breach of rule laid down by state government is committed then it is punishable with 
A. Imprisonment up to 1 year or fine up to 1000 or both
B. Imprisonment up to 6 month or fine 500 or both
C. Imprisonment up to 1 year or fine up to rs. 1500 or both
D. Imprisonment up to 1.5 year or fine up to rs. 3000 or both

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20) Magic remedies include
a) Kavachas
b) Mantras
c) Talismans
d) All of the above

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21) List of disease or conditions which can not be claimed to be cured is caim under which schedule 
A. O
B.. J
C. S
D. Y

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22) The term ‘ abortion ‘ is defined under MTP act was
A. Termination of pregnancy before foetus is viable
B. Termination of pregnancy after foetus is viable
C.When length of pregnancy does not exceed 12 weeks
D. When the length of pregnancy does not exceed 20 weeks

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23) Animal welfare board of India stabilized by
A. Central government
B. State government
C. Pharmacy council of India
D. Institutional animal ethics committee

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24) M and TP act applicable to use of
A. Ethanol
B. Opium
C. Indian hemp
D. All of the above

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25) Non bonded laboratory inspected by the excise inspector
A. Every month
B. Every day
C. Every Sunday
D. Every day

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26) Cultivation of cannabis plant is a controlled operation of government as per yhe narcotic and psychotropic substances as 
a) Central
b) Both
c) State
d) None of the above

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27) Under the provision of NDPS act the central government may appoint
a) Drug control officer
b) Drug inspector
c) Narcotic commissioner
d) Police commissioner

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28) Vasopressin
(a) Schedule J
(b) Schedule R
(c) Schedule H
(d) Schedule C

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29) Give the objectives of DMR Act, 1954
(a) To control certain types of advertisements relating to drugs
(b) To prohibit certain kinds of advertisement relating to Magic Remedies, which falsely claim & mislead the public.
(c) Both (a) & (b)
(d) None of the above

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30) What are the objectives of Drugs & Magic Remedies Act,1954
(a) To secure or regulate the equitable distribution.
(b) To control certain types of advertisement related to drugs
(c) To maintain and increase the supplies of bulk drugs and formulations
(d) To make drugs available at fair prices

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31) A law is how society expects you to behave.
(a) True
(b) False

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32) Wholesale sale is For drugs specified in schedule C and C1: Form -21B
(a) True
(b) False

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33) In Manufacture in Bond Alcohol on which duty has not been paid shall be used under the excise supervision
(a) True
(b) False

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34) Schedule J is a List of habit forming, psychotropic and other such drugs.
(a) True
(b) False

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35) Guardian means a person having the care of a minor or a lunatic.
(a) True
(b) False

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