Social Worker (MSW) - Question Paper and Answer Key

Name of Post: Social Worker (MSW)

Department: Medical Education Services

Cat. No: 001/2019

Date of Test: 23.03.2022

Question Code: 032/2022

 1. Who said that social work is a inter-related parts of
i. a network of social services
ii. carefully developed method and process
iii. policy expressed through social institutions and individuals
A) Fried Lander
B) Anderson
C) Stroup
D) Konopka

2. “The application of scientific method of helping people to help themselves" who is the author of concept ?
A) Fink
B) Witmer
C) Stroup
D) Bohem

3. Who has mentioned three functions social work-restoration of impaired capacity, provisions of resources and prevention of social malfunctioning ?
A) Boehm
B) Kher
C) Khinduka
D) Fink

4. Which of the following are objectives of social work ?
1. To provide physical help, help in adjustment
2. To solve psychological problems
3. Make availability of opportunities
4. All the above
A) 1,2
B) 2,3
C) 1,3
D) All the above

5. The following major tools, which one used in the practice of social work ?
A) Counselling
B) Reinforcing
C) Use of self
D) Observing

6. When the social work discipline highly professionalized ?
A) 1776
B) 1860
C) 1900
D) 1930

7. Chronologically order the events in history of social work in England ?
a. The Elizabethan-poor law
b. Settlement House Movement
c. Charity Organization Society
d. The Poor Law Commission
A) a,b,c,d
B) a,c, b,d
C) c,b,a,d
D) c,a,b,d

8. Match List — I with List - II and select the correct answer by using the codes given below the lists :
List -1
a. Educational service
b. Family counselling service
c. Nutritional service
d. Foster service
List -II
1. Remedial
2. Developmental
3. Supportive
4. Substitutive
Codes :
     a   b   c   d
A) 2   1   3   4
B) 3  4   2   1
C) 2  4   3   1
D 3  1    2   4

9. Match List — I with List — Il and select the correct answer by using the codes given below the lists
List -1
a. Yognas
b. Brihadaranyaka
c. Chhandogya Upanishad
d. Sangha
List -Il
1. Practice charity
2. Social welfare activities
3. Life is succession
4. Centres of shelters and learnings
Codes :
   a     b    c   d
A) 3   1   2   4
B) 2  1   3    4
C) 3  4   2   1
D) 2 4   3   1

10. During the Ashoka, consider the following statements :
1. Superintendents of women (Ithighaka Mahamattas) were appointed to look after the welfare of the women.
2. High commissions of charity (Dhammamahamatas) were appointed for the recording charitable donation by the royal family and regulation of charity.
A) Both 1 and 2 are correct
B) Both 1 and 2 are incorrect
C) Only 1 is correct
D) Only 2 is correct

11. Social case work is the “Art of changing human attitudes”.
A) Taft
B) Watson
C) Queen
D) Lee

12. Accurate empathy in case work is a
A) Object
B) Sensitive to express feelings
C) Nature
D) Character

13. Who described the principle of case work relationship ?
A) Bistek
B) Richmond
C) Hamilton
D) Pearlman

14. To which principles of casework relationship recognition of client in telling his negative feeling is
A) Individualisation
B) Confidentiality
C) Acceptance
D) Purposeful expression of feeling

15. Who rightly pointed out that “Social Investigation” is a psycho-social process ?
A) Skinner
B) Freud
C) Hamilton
D) Pearlman

16. Pearlman classify the client by nature of sickness is
A) Dynamic diagnosis
B) Clinical diagnosis
C) Etiological diagnosis
D) None of the above

17. Match List — I with List - II and select the correct answer from the codes given below :
a. Assertive therapy
b. Systematic desensitization
c. Impulsive therapy
d. Aversion therapy
List - II
i. Neurotic dysfunction
ii. Punishment
iii. Role play
 iv. Eliciting anxiety

Codes :
    a   b   c   d
A) iii  iv  i   ii
B) ii  iv  i   iii
C) iii  ii  iv   i
D) iv  i  iii  ii

18. Which one is not listed by Krill, concept of existential thought in the context of therapy ?
A) Disillusionment
B) Freedom of choice
C) Necessity of dialogue
D) Command

19. Who is the author of book “A changing psychology in social case work” ?
A) Miss Robinson
B) Taft
C) Towle
D) Turner

20. Assertion (A) : Home visits establishes really a friendly relationship.
Reason (R) : Helps in taking something about the clients attitude and make to learn from their actions.
Choose your answer from the codes given below :
A) Both (A) and (R) are correct and (R) is the correct explanation of (A)
B) Both (A) and (R) are not correct
C) Both (A) and (R) are correct, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)
D) (A) is correct, but (R) is not the correct explanation of (A)

21. The role of group work is the assumptions that regard to basic values dealt by
A) Northern
B) Douglas
C) Konopka
D) Coyle

22. The principle of guided group interaction was given by
A) Konopka
B) Trecker
C) Pearlman
D) Richmond

23. Nostalgia is a feeling at ___________ stage of group development.
A) Power and control
B) Intimacy
C) Differentiation
D) Separation

24. __________ practice has not emerged schools of social work in India.
A) Group work with elderly
B) Group work with workers
C) Group work with communities
D) Computer-based group work

25. Who used the term “Primary group” ?
A) Tonnies
B) Cooley
C) Toseland
D) Brown

26. Which group that serve new members at each meeting ?
A) Common interest group
B) Self-help group
C) Single session group
D) Peer group

27. Match Author and Theory and select the correct answer from the codes given below :
a. Freud
b. Kurt Lewin
c. Talcot Parsons
d. Emerson iv.
i. System Theory
ii. Power Dependence Theory
iii. Pychoanalytic Theory
iv. Field Theo
    a   b  c   d                                                              c
A) iii  iv   i   ii
B) ii   i    iv  iii
C) iii  ii   iv   i
D) iv  i   iii    ii

28. According to Douglas classification of group processes, arrange a correct order.
A) Basic, Molar, Structural, Locomotive
B) Molar, Basic, Locomotive, Structural
C) Locomotive, Molar, Basic, Structural
D) Basic, Structural, Locomotive, Molar

29. The rational model is based upon an _________ view of decision making.
A) Structured
B) Economic
C) Own interest of conceptions
D) None of the above

30. The worker dealt in group counselling, which of the following domains ?
1. Cognitive
2. Affective
3. Behaviou
4. Ego
A) 1,2,3
B) 2,3,4
C) 1,2,4
D) All the above

31. Match list -with List — II and select the correct answer using the codes given below the lists :
List -1 (Feature)
a. Tracing descent relationships through the females of the family
b. Tracing descent relationships through  the male and female family members
c. Tracing descent relationships through the male members of the family
d. A family (DA) in which most family affairs are dominated by women
List - II
1. Patrilineal
2. Matrilineal
3. Evolutionary theory of matriarchy the male members of the famil
4. Bilateral
Codes  :
    a  b  c  d
A) 2  4  1  3
B) 1  3  2  4
C) 2  3  1  4
D) 1  4  2  3

32. The marriage between social strata, where the women is a member of the upper stratum designated as
A) Hypogamy
B) Hypergamy
C) Exogamy
D) Endogamy

33. Which one of the following is an example of Sanskritisation ?
A) Monogamy among the present Nayars
B) Brahma form of marriage among the Namboodiris
C) Sapta-padi among the Kshatriyaas
D) Sapta-padi the present castes of Karnataka

34. Nayar joint family is known as
A) Tali
B) Taravad
C) Saulava
D) Tantrick

35. What does structural assimilation refers to ?
A) The integration of ethnic groups into full social participation
B) Embracing the norms, values and behaviour of dominant cultural group
C) Cultural exchange among rival groups
D) Universalisation of local cultural tradition

36. Which one of the following pairs is not correctly matched ?
A) C.H.Cooley  — Primary group
B) Talcot Parsons — Positivism
C) Herbert Hyman — Reference group
D) W.G. Sumner — Ingroup and outgroup

37. Which one of the following Articles of the Constitution of India states that the claims of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes shall be taken into consideration consistently with the maintenance of efficiency of administration, in making appointments to services and posts in connection with the affairs of the Union or of a State ?
A) Article 333
B) Article 334
C) Article 335
D) Article 337

38. The haphazard growth of cities often mixing land use in unplanned ways, is most precisely known as
A) Urban sprawl
B) Strip cities
C) Megalopolis
D) Urban periphery

39. To which of the following patterns of social change can the process of Sanskritization in India be compared ?
A) Anomie
B) Horizontal Mobility
C) Evolutionary Process
D) Reference Group Model

40. Low birth rate and pregnancy wastage in the population are primarily due to
A) Traditional practices
B) Maternal malnutrition
C) Female illiteracy
D) Insufficient health care

41. Behavioural states in the fetus are assessed using
A) Eye movements, breathing movements and heart rate pattern
B) Eye movements, breathing movements and body movements
C) Breathing movements, heart rate pattern and body movements
D) Eye movements, heart rate pattern and body movements

42. One of the following is not an ethical issue in mental health services
A) Confidentiality
B) Conflict of interest
C) Condoning the behaviour of the patient
D) Therapeutic misconception

43. Identify the one which is not the objective of health education ?
A) To create awareness among people about the health needs, problems and responsibilities of people in promoting health
B) Motivating people for positive action
C) Enabling and guiding people into positive action
D) To create fear in people so that they adopt right kind of practices to preserve and promote health

44. According to ICMR, the protein requirement of 0 — 6 months infant is
A) 0.69 g/kg/d
B) 1.16 g/kg/d
C) 2.69 g/kg/d
D) 1.69 g/kg/d

45. According to Sigmund Freud, what are the two important elements of dreams ?
A) Latent content and presenting content
B) Manifest content and latent content
C) Manifest content and presenting content
D) Presenting content and dynamic content

46. Legume proteins are deficient in
A) Sulphur containing amino acids and tryptophan
B) Tryptophan and threonine
C) Sulphur containing amino acids and threonine
D) Lysine and tryptophan

47. One of the following is not the objective of National Health Policy 2017
A) Progressively achieve Universal Health Coverage
B) Reinforcing trust in Public Health Care System
C) Encouraging Public Private Partnership in Health Care System
D) Align the growth of Private Health Care Sector with Public Health Goals

48. One of the following is not the objective/does not fall under the scope of family planning
A) To avoid unwanted births
B) To bring about wanted births
C) To determine the number of children in the family
D) To advocate late marriages

49. The first Psychiatric Social Worker was appointed in India in
A) Adult Psychiatric Unit
B) Child Guidance Clinic
C) Community Mental Health Programme
D) Neuropsychiatry Clinic

50. Match the following related to preventive efforts considered on the lines adopted by health workers :
i. Tertiary prevention
ii. Primary prevention
iii. Secondary prevention
a. Measures designed in such a way to attack the causative factors (Ex. Providing mental health education to parents so as to make them alter their child rearing practices in favourable manner)
b. Measures designed to identify the cases at the earliest and providing treatment (Ex. This process includes case-finding and case-treatment so that later complications can be prevented or reduced)
c. Measures designed to eliminate or at least reduce the deficits that remain after an illness and initiate rehabilitative measures and after-care services (Ex. To find a job, to prevent social isolation, to reduce excessive dependency)
A) i-b, ii-c, iii-a  
B) i-b, ii-a, iii-c
C) i-c, ii-b, iii-a
D) i-c, ii-a, iii-b

51. The personality type characterised by the direction of interest toward oneself and one’s inner world of experiences is known as
A) Extravert
B) Introvert
C) Ambivert
D) Personality disorder

52. One of the following is not a major professional problem of Medical/Psychiatric Social Workers ?
A) There is no strong professional association at National level to work for the wellness of the Medical/Psychiatric Social Workers
B) The salary of Medical/Psychiatric Social Workers is not attractive to get the best talent/Less or no promotional avenues
C) Cooperation from other professionals is not up to the required extent/Selection of non-social work persons as medical and psychiatric social workers aggravate the lack of professional recognition from authorities
D) No recruitment of the required number of social workers/Medical and Psychiatric Social Workers are not getting exposed to orientation and /or refresher training programmes

53. One of the following is not a measure of prevention of mental retardation ?
A) Delayed marriages
B) Proper maternal health care
C) Early recognition and proper treatment
D) Genetic counselling

54. The term client is preferred in social case work practice because
A) The help-seeking person is viewed as person with a unique problem
B) The help-seeking person is considered as a person (subject) for treatment
C) The help-seeking person is accepted for service
D) The help-seeking person is viewed and valued as a person who is responsible for his own goals and behaviour

55. According to psychoanalytic theory, what is the ‘anal triad’ ?
A) Orderliness, parsimony and obstinacy
B) Neatness, cleanliness and perfectionism
C) Compulsiveness, drive and conscientiousness
D) Stubbornness, attention to detail and poor hygiene

56. When children have an awareness of the world around them and are rapidly developing language skills, they are entering which stage ?
A) The concrete operational
B) The sensorimotor
C) The preoperational
D) The formal operational

57. Match the following :
1. Endemic     a. Disease that affects the people in the most countries
2.Epidemic     b. Disease is always present
3. Pandemic    c. Large number of cases of a disease that happen at the same time
A) 1 – b, 2 – c, 3 – a
B) 1 – c, 2 – b, 3 – a
C) 1 – a, 2 – b, 3 – c
D) None of these

58. Which of the following conflicts did Erikson believe arises during the pre-school stage of development ?
A) Industry vs. inferiority
B) Intimacy vs. isolation
C) Initiative vs. guilt
D) Shame vs. doubt

59. According to Piaget, the middle childhood years bring a new set of skills, concrete operations, that
A) Build on and expand development in fine and gross motor capabilities
B) Facilitate emotional development as the child resolves common cultural demands and tasks
C) Reduce anxiety in children at this stage by distorting reality to assist them in understanding
D) Provide general, abstract rules and strategies for examining and interacting with the world

60. What is the leading cause of death among 15 — 19 year old girls ?
A) Diarrheal diseases
B) Pregnancy and childbirth complications
C) Road injury
D) Self-harm

61. Which of the following does not occur with increasing age ?
A) A reduction in lean body mass
B) A reduction in bone density
C) An increased appetite
D) Impaired immune function

62. Which of the following statements is incorrect about chest X-rays for TB diagnosis ?
A) Chest X-rays have good sensitivity, but poor specificity
B) Chest X-rays can help determine the severity of lung damage
C) Chest X-rays alone is sufficient to diagnose pulmonary TB

D) Chest X-rays can look similar in patients with old, inactive TB and those with currently active TB disease

63. Which is a typical feature associated with skin patches due to leprosy ?
A) Loss of sensations over the affected skin
B) Pain over the affected skin
C) Intense itching
D) None of the above

64. UNESCO recognises ‘Early Childhood’ as
A) The period from prenatal to age eight
B) Pre-school age
C) A period from 2-6 years
D) A period from 0 - 6 years

65. Which of the following statements is incorrect about the objectives of ministry of AYUSH ?
A) Leverage the internet and social media potential for information exchange
B) Motivation to Ayush Students in the country and to instil a sense of pride within them
C) Focusing and leveraging the energy, innovation and imagination/inventions of youth
D) Providing mental health services to the people in need

66. Which of these factors increases the risk for cancer of the stomach ?
A) Obesity
B) Sugar
C) Salt and salt-preserved foods
D) Dietary fibre

67. Suicidal ideas are commonly present in the cases of
A) Anxiety neurosis
B) Phobic neurosis
C) Hysterical neurosis
D) Depressive neurosis

68. According to the Mental Health Act, 1987 the term ________ is used instead of Mental Hospital.
A) Mental Asylum
B) Mental Health Institution
C) Psychiatric Hospital
D) Psychiatric Nursing Home

69. One of the following is not a function of Psychiatric Social Work.
A) Providing counselling services
B) Rehabilitation of patients
C) Mobilizing community resources to serve patients
D) Administering drugs and ECT

70. The severity of head injury is assessed on the basis of
A) Duration of PTA
B) Loss of blood
C) Brain functioning
D) Type of injury

71. _________ refers to the period during which maturation of the sexual organs occurs.
A) Infancy
B) Puberty
C) Childhood
D) Adulthood

72. A value of the profession that provides the basis of social work intervention is
A) Belief in individual's worth and dignity
B) Belief in the economic support to people
C) Belief in the capacity of people to grow and not change
D) Supporting the voluntary agencies to take up welfare work

73. Which of the following is not main component of the National Mental Health Programme, 1982 ?
A) Treatment of Mentally ill
B) Rehabilitation
C) Prevention and promotion of positive mental health
D) Resettlement

74. Which of the following diseases are related to coronavirus ?
A) MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome)
B) SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome)
C) Both A) and (B)
D) Neither A) nor (B)

75. Which of the following is a core value of social work practice ?
A) Competence
B) Social Justice
C) Integrity
D) All of the above

76. A client engaged in a therapeutic session is uncomfortable with a case worker because the case worker reminds the client of his father who was very organized. What behaviour is the client exhibiting ?
A) Transference
B) Transformation
C) Projection
D) Countertransference

77. The National Association of Professional Social Workers India (NAPSWI) general guidelines on professional conduct does not include
A) Social workers are expected to develop and maintain the required skills and competence to do their job
B) Social workers should not allow their skills to be used for inhumane purposes, such as torture or terrorism
C) Social workers should act in relation to the people using their services with compassion, empathy and care
D) Social workers can refer clients to a specialist in return for monetary favours

78. The product of conception in its first eight weeks of its development is _________ and after that stage till the end of pregnancy is ____________
A) Embryo ; Fetus
B) Fertilization ; Zygote
C) Neonate ; Infancy
D) Neonate ; Fertilization

79. The sick role of a person, generally, involves five stages. Arrange them in order
A) Symptom experience, Assumption of the sick role, Medical care contact, Dependent patient role, Recovery and rehabilitation
B) Recovery and rehabilitation, Symptom experience, Dependent patient role, Medical care contact, Assumption of the sick role
C) Recovery and rehabilitation, Symptom experience, Assumption of the sick role, Medical care contact, Dependent patient role
D) Medical care contact, Symptom experience, Recovery and rehabilitation, Assumption of the sick role, Dependent patient role

80. One of the following is not a goal of psychotherapy.
A) Changing the undesirable habits or reaction patterns of persons
B) Enabling the person who is in need of help to develop increased insight into one’s problem and behaviour
C) Improving the inter-personal relations of person-in-need of service and modification of 81. inaccurate assumptions about one self and one’s world
D) To provide ready-made solutions to problems of adjustment of persons

81. According to the recommendations for the nutritional management of patients with diabetes,
the consumption of saturated fat should be
A) < 10% of total daily energy
B) < 12% of total daily energy
C) < 15% of total daily energy
D) < 16% of total daily energy

82. Starch consists of a mixture of two components called
A) Amylose and amylo-pectin
B) Gluco-pectin and fructo pectin
C) Amylose and Gluco-pectin
D) Amylo-pectin and fructo pectin

83. Monozygotic twins are also called as
A) Fraternal twins
B) Identical twins
C) Two children
D) Two childrens of same age

84. Which of the following are the patterns of pathological family relationship ?
A) Family disorganization and family deviance
B) Family disturbance and family break-down
C) Family schism and family skew
D) Family distance and family isolation

85. The predominant purpose of healthcare services is
A) To make the health service available
B) To make the health service affordable
C) To make the health service accessible
D) To improve the health status of people

86. Obesity is a condition in which the individual is overweight due to deposition of fat in
A) Adipose tissue
B) Cardiac tissue
C) Epithelial tissue
D) Connective tissue

87. One of the following is not true of the functions of psychiatric social worker.
A) Mobilizing the community resources and help patients and families find solutions for their practical socio-economic problems
B) Counselling services to the patients and families focusing on emotional problems and interpersonal relation
C) Gathering information as much as possible from different sources so as to understand the person-in-situation and provide needed services
D) Assuming the primary responsibility for patients care

88. In the family life cycle, the period of ‘Families in the middle years’ is from
A) First child leaving home to last child leaving
B) Empty nest to retirement
C) Retirement to end
D) Just before retirement to after retirement

89. Consider the following statements :
1. The Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 replaces the Persons with Disabilities (Equal Opportunities, Protection of Rights and Full Participation) Act, 1995.
2. The Act increased the reservation for people with benchmark disabilities from 3% to 5% in government jobs and from 3% to 4% in higher education institutes.
3. The Act provides for five per cent reservation in allotment of agricultural land and housing in all relevant schemes and development programmes, with appropriate priority to women with benchmark disability.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1, 2 and 3

90. Consider the following statements :
1. The Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act allows abortion to be done on the advice of one doctor up to 20 weeks and two doctors in the case of certain categories of women between 20 and 24 weeks.
2. Termination is permitted only when continuance of the pregnancy would involve a risk to the life of the pregnant woman, cause grave injury to her mental or physical health (including rape and failure of birth control measures), or in the case of foetal abnormalities.
3. Termination is also allowed at any point during the pregnancy if there is an immediate necessity to save the child’s life.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1,2 and 3

91. Consider the following statements :
1. Any person who puts an advertisement for pre-natal and pre-conception sex determination facilities in the form of a notice, circular, label, wrapper or any document or advertises through interior or other media in electronic or print form or engages in any visible representation made by means of hoarding, wall painting, signal, light, sound, smoke or gas, can be imprisoned for upto three years and fined Rs. 10,000.
2. The Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques Act of 1994 was Amended in 2020 to bring the technique of pre-conception sex selection and ultrasound technique within the ambit of the Act.
3. Maharashtra is the first state to ban pre-natal sex determination through enacting the Maharashtra Regulation of Pre-natal Diagnostic Techniques Act.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1,2and 3

92. Consider the following statements :
1. The NDPS Act is designed to fulfil India’s treaty obligations under the Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs, Convention on Psychotropic Substances and United Nations Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances.
2. Section 37(1) of the NDPS Act states that an accused is not to be released on bail unless thecourt has a reasonable ground to believe that the said accused is not guilty.
3. Under Section 37 of the NDPS Act, the burden is on the prosecution to show the existence of reasonable grounds for believing that the accused is guilty.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?

A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1,2 and 3

93. With reference to the HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act, 2017, consider the following statements :
1. The Government of India enacted the HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in the year 2017 and was in force in 2018.
2. HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act maintain that without the consent of the person, no one can conduct any HIV tests or treatment related to HIV.
3. The person won't be under any compulsion to disclose his/her HIV status except when required the State Government.
4. An ombudsman will be appointed by each State Government to inquire into complaints
related to the violation of the Act and the provision of health care services.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1,2 and 3
B) 2,3 and 4
C) 1,3 and 4
D) 1,2and 4

94. With reference to Right to Constitutional Remedies guaranteed under Article 32, consider the following statements :
1. The Supreme Court has ruled that Article 32 is a basic feature of the Constitution.
2. Fundamental Rights and other Statutory Rights can be enforced under Article 32.
3. Article 32 cannot be invoked to determine the constitutionality of an executive order or a legislation unless it directly infringes on any Fundamental Rights.
Which of the above statements is/are incorrect ?
A) 1 only
B) 2 only
C) 2 and 3
D) 1 and 3

95. With reference to the National Food Security Act, 2013, consider the following statements :
1. The beneficiary Antyodaya Anna Yojana (AAY) household is entitled to 35 Kg of food grains per month while each Priority Households (PHH) person is entitled to 5 Kg of food grains per month under the National Food Security Act.
2. Pregnant women, lactating mothers and children in the age group of 6 months to 14 years will be entitled to meals as per prescribed nutritional norms under Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) and Mid-Day Meal (MDM) Schemes.
3. Section 46 of the Act provides that the State Commission has the power of imposing penalties not exceeding five thousand rupees on any public servant or authority found guilty while deciding an appeal or complaint or failing to provide relief recommended by the DRGO, without reasonable cause or wilfully ignoring the same.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1and 3  
D) 1,2 and 3

96. Consider the following statements :
1. The Biomedical waste means any waste, which is generated during the diagnosis, treatment or immunization of human beings or animals or in research activities pertaining thereto or in the production or testing of biological and including categories mentioned in Schedule I of the Rules.
2. Every occupier/operator of an institution shall submit an annual report to the prescribed authority in Form II by 31 January every year, to include information about the categories and quantities of biomedical wastes handled during the preceding year.
3. For violating the provisions of these Rules, the Board can file a complaint under Section 15 of EP Act which provide for imprisonment which may extend upto 5 years with fine.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1,2 and 3

97. Consider the following statements :
1. The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 legalises the buying and selling of human organs and makes cash-for-kidney transactions a criminal offence.
2. The Act defines brain death as an accepted form of death. The Act also defines the process and the criteria meant to be used for the purpose of brain death certification.
3. All non-governmental organizations, trusts and registered societies working for organ and/or tissue removal, transplantation or storage needs to be registered to work in such industries.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1a nd 3
D) 1,2 and 3

98. With reference to the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948, consider the following statements :
1. ESI is applicable when any organization employs 50 or more persons. This is regardless of the legal form of the entity. Be it a Limited Liability Company, LLP, Partnership Firm, Proprietorship, Trust, Society, etc.
2. The registration of a factory/establishment with the Employees’ State Insurance Corporation is a statutory responsibility of the employer under Section 2-A of the Act, read with Regulation 10-B.
3. Cash benefits payable under the Employees’ State Insurance Act are not liable to attachment or sale in execution of any court decree or order. Also, the right to receive any benefit is not transferable or assignable.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1 and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1and 3
D) 1,2 and 3

99. Match List — I with List — II and select the correct answer by using the codes given below the lists :
List -1
(Sections of the Employees State Insurance Act, 1948)
a. Section 3
b. Section 8
c. Section 10
d. Section 45
 List -II
1. Constitution of Medical Benefit Council
2. Establishment of Employees’ State Insurance Corporation
38 Appointment of Social Security Officers
5 4. Constitution of Standing Committee
5. Constitution of Employees’ Insurance Court
Codes :
    a  b  c   d
A) 2  3   1  5
B) 2  4   1  3
C) 4  3   5 2
D) 3  4   1   5

100. With reference to the Protection
With reference to the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, 2012, consider the following statements :
1. “Children” according to the Act are individuals aged below 16 years.
2. Section 42 A of the Act provides that in case of inconsistency with provisions of any other law, the POCSO Act shall override such provisions.
3. The Act calls for mandatory reporting of sexual offences. A false complaint with intent to defame a person is punishable under the Act.
Which of the following statements given above is/are correct ?
A) 1and 2
B) 2 and 3
C) 1 and 3
D) 1,2 and 3

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