PYQs (2004 to 2007) Forensic NTA UGC NET Mock Test 1

Welcome to your PYQs (2004 to 2007) Forensic NTA UGC NET Mock Test 1

1. 
The following material can be examined by Density Gradient tube method

(i) Soil (ii) Ink (iii) Paint chips (iv) Cement

2. 
Bloodstained clothes collected from the scene of the crime should be sent for examination

3. 
In high voltage electrophoresis, increasing the voltage applied to the electrophoretic plates extend the separation capabilities of the substance with :

4. 
Give the proper sequence of methodology in DNA typing

(i) Sorting (ii) Cutting (iii) Splitting (iv) Extraction

5. 
Inquest means inquiry into?

6. 
Mummified body helps in the determination of:

(i) Nationality of a person (ii) Religion of a person (iii) Time since death (iv) Place of death

7. 
First central forensic science laboratory in India, was established in:

8. 
Match the following:

Scientist Fields
(a) Osborn (i) Ballistics
(b) Goddard (ii) Tool marks
(c) Hershel (iii) Fingerprint
(d) Kirk (iv) Documents

9. 
Soft X-rays are useful for the examination of

(i) Paintings (ii) Jewellery (iii) Hidden Objects (iv) Loaded Dices

10. 
Asbestos sheet is a:

11. 
The first permanent molar erupts at the age of:

12. 
Testamentary capacity means

13. 
All are detonators except

14. 
Arrange the following tests of blood in order which they are performed. Use the code given below:

A. Benzidine test  B. Group test  C. Precipitin test  D. Takayama test

15. 
Latent finger print on the cloth can be developed by:

16. 
From the hair root sheath cells, sex can be conclusively determined by the presence of:

17. 
Match the following:

Teeth Age of eruption
(a) First molar (i) 11 years
(b) Third molar  (ii) 12 years
(c) Canine (iii) 18 years
(d) Second molar (iv) 6 years

18. 
Arrange the following in sequence based on the range of firing:

(i) Scorching (ii) Burning (iii) Metallic residue (iv) Tattooing

19. 
Arrange the following methods of latent fingerprint development in proper sequence:

(i) Laser Technique (ii) Iodine fuming (iii) Powder development method (iv) Ninhydrin method

20. 
Assertion and Reason Question:

Assertion (A): Fingerprints identifies a person conclusively.
Reason (R): Because fingerprints can be duplicated in 1 in 10,00,000 population.

21. 
Match the following:

Ammunition Material
(a) Cartridges with pellets (i) Shotgun
(b) Rimmed cartridges with bullets (ii) Auto-Pistol
(c) Rimless cartridges with bullet (iii) Air gun
(d) .177 slugs (iv) .303 rifle

22. 
The antidote used in the treatment of Endrin is:

23. 
Human femur is identified by the presence of:

24. 
The hydrostatic test for live birth depends on changes in the specific gravity of:

25. 
The flash burns in case of explosion injury is due to:

26. 
The following is the oldest form of ink:

27. 
Following is a stimulant drug

28. 
Assertion and Reason Question

Assertion (A): Choking reduces the dispersion of pellets.
Reason (R): Construction of barrel at muzzle end occurs in choking.

29. 
Match the following:

Name of Scientist Name of Instruments
(a) Leuenhoeck (i) Neutro Activation Analysis
(b) Roentgen (ii) Electrophoresis
(c) Jarius (iii) Microscope
(d) Culliford (iv) X Rays

30. 
Match the following:

Fibre Source
(a) Cotton (i) Artificial
(b) Pure silk (ii) Vegetable
(c) Rayon (iii) Mineral
(d) Asbestos (iv) Animal