PYQs (2017 to 2018) Forensic NTA UGC NET Mock Test 6

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Consider following statements regarding ossification of hyoid bone

I. Hyoid bone fuses from 6 centres.
II. Ossification begins in greater Cornu at 10 lunar months of intrauterine life.
III. Ossification begin in body at 10 years.
IV. Ossification begins in lesser Cornu just after birth.

A firearm “Model 1900 Colt 0.38” automating” is associated to:

Stack’s method deals with

Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) at autopsy may be removed by:

(a) Lumbar Puncture
(b) Withdrawing fluid from cisterna magna
(c) Puncturing the lateral ventricles directly
(d) Passing a plastic catheter in the brain through the nose.

Which of the following can distinguish human salivary amylase and human pancreatic amylase?

Name the colour test in which the reagent is made up of Selenous acid:

After smoking of the opium the left out residue is known as.

Which of the following statement is NOT correct ?

Regarding head injury due to precipitate labour, consider the following statements:

I. Bruises may be seen on vertex
II. Extensive comminuted and depressed fractures of base of skull
III. Lacerations on scalp are absent
IV. Brain shows lacerations

Regarding Gustafson’s method:

(a) It can be used to estimate age in both living and dead.
(b) It can be used to estimate age only in living.
(c) One of the criterias are secondary dentin formation.
(d) Single most reliable criteria is root transparency.

Which of the following are true regarding Cadaveric spasm?

(i) mimics heat rigor
(ii) occurs when person was sleeping at the time of death
(iii) occurs instantaneously after death
(iv) molecular death does not occur

Which of the following technique is used for the elemental profiling of cement?

Thickness of the paper can be measured by which of the following :

The Scientific Working Group for shoeprint and Tire Tread Evidence “SWGTREAD” was created by:

Leading Questions are not allowed in examination-in-chief, except when the witness is :

The objectives of a medicolegal autopsy include:

(a) Identification of the victim
(b) Determine time since death
(c) Determine cause of death
(d) Identify the accused

Dextromethorphon is metabolised to Dextrophon by which of the following process?

Lead-2,4,6-trimifroresor-cindte which is used as a priming compound is also known as

An unrotated bullet fired from a country made firearm soon loses its velocity, because :

Which of the following statements are correct in relation to scars?

(a) It is a fibrous tissue covered by epithelium
(b) It contains sweat glands
(c) It is pigmented and has hair follicles
(d) The shape of scars could be oval or elliptical in stab wounds

Consider following statements regarding amelogenin:

I. It can be used to differentiate sex.
II. Intron 1 in AMELX gene is 106 bp in size.
III. Using this technique sex can be determined from bone marrow.
IV. Amelogenin is a protein found in male genital system.

Match the following:

Offence Legal Sections
(a) Grievous hurt (i) IPC 375
(b) Culpable homicide (ii) IPC 304-B
(c) Dowry death (iii) IPC 299
(d) Rape (iv) IPC 320
  (V) CrPC 300

“Magnum Nitro Express” is a term associated with:

Which of the following is the most sensitive technique to isolate petroleum products from different substrates?

Study the following statements and choose the right answer using the code given below:

I. Cadaveric spasm occurs in smooth muscles.
II. Cadaveric spasm occurs instantaneously.
III. Primary relaxation is not seen in cadaveric spasms.
IV. Muscle reaction is alkaline in cadaveric spasm.

Which of the following detector is used in mass spectroscopy?

Assertion and Reason Question:

Assertion (A): Endosulfan is an organophosphorous compound.
Reason (R): It is derived from the esters of phosphoric acid.

In photography, high ISO numbers means:

Which of the following elements is used in plasma desorption?

Which of the following is considered responsible for individual characteristics in a photocopied document?

Arrange the following in order of their appearance of the discharge in a firearm:

(i) Bullet (ii) Unburnt and partially burnt propellant particle (iii) Scorching (iv) Blackening

In GLC, to elute an alcohol before an ether having nearly identical boiling points, a stationary phase is needed having which of the following?

Select from the following lists of glands, which are NOT present in the palm skin (ridged skin):

(i) Sweat glands (ii) Sebaceous glands (iii) Endocrine glands (iv) Epicrine glands

Arrange the following epidermal layers in correct order:

I. Stratum granulosum II. Stratum germinativum III. Stratum Lucidum IV. Stratum spinosum

The main purpose of a cartridge case is

(i) Expand and seal the chamber during firing
(ii) Easily adapted to be used by any firearm
(iii) Holding the components together
(iv) Could easily be reused

Assertion and Reason Question:

Assertion (A): Hair is a good source of mt-DNA.
Reason (R): mt-DNA is embedded in Keratin matrix of hair shaft cells.

“Arquebus”, “Hacquebut” are the examples of which kind of firearms :

The book titled “Ames on Forgery” has been authored by

The latent fingerprint development reagent, ‘1, 8-diazafluoren-9-one’ is also known as which of the following?

Regarding human and animal hair, consider the following statements and choose correct answer from the code below :

(a) Cortex in human hair is 4 -10 times as broad as medulla.
(b) Medulla in human hair is fragmented.
(c) Medullary index of animal hair in generally more than 0.5.
(d) Medulla in animal hair is absent.

Match the following:

Name of sexual perversion Description
(a) Eonism (i) Displaying sexual organs
(b) Exhibionism (ii) Having sex with dead
(c) Frotteurism (iii) Having sex with animals
(d) Necrophilia (iv) Rubbing sexual organs against others
  (v) Wearing clothes of opposite sex

Assertion and Reason Question:

Assertion (A): Caput succedaneum is a swelling that forms over neck region of the newborn.
Reason (R): Neck is the most frequent presenting part in normal deliveries.

The signs of live birth are

(i) Diaphragm at level of 7th rib.
(ii) Absolute weight of both lungs is 70 gm.
(iii) Specific gravity of lungs is 1.05.
(iv) Pleura is loose and wrinkled.

In crude oil, which one of the non hydrocarbon element is most abundant?

Saliva is largely water, containing small quantities of:

Consider the following statements regarding Coir:

(a) Comes from husk of coconut.
(b) Dark brown or opaque.
(c) Chemical tests for lignin are negative.
(d) Very light and elastic fibre.

Assertion and Reason Question:

Assertion (A): Lugol’s Iodine test is done on swabs collected from penile shaft in sexual assault cases.
Reason (R): It is done to detect the presence of protein in the vaginal epithelial cells.

Ultra–violet rays are known to damage DNA on its exposure due to

Identify the correct order in which calcification begins in permanent teeth:

Smokable form of cocaine is obtained by treating which of the following: