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Hy Guy’s can some buddy give me the Indian Council of Medical Research NET exam information and provide me the date of exam and give me the question paper of ICMR NET?
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The CSIR UGC NET Exam for science stream is conducted by CSIR 2 times in a year June & December in the following areas:
Chemical Sciences
Earth Sciences
Life Sciences
Mathematical Sciences
Physical Sciences

Life Sciences Question paper:

51. Which of the followings is rich in triglycerides?
1. Chylomicrons
2. LDL
3. VLDL
4. HDL
52. Which enzyme has impaired activity in Vitamin B1
deficiency?
1. Succinate dehydrogenase
2. Pyruvate dehydrogenase
3. Transketolase
4. Citrate synthase
53. Which of the following is useful for identifying
amino terminal residue of proteins?
1. Cyanogen bromide
2. Fluorodinitrobenzene
3. Performic acid
4. Dansyl chloride
54. Which is the most abundant RNA in a cell?
1. tRNA
2. mRNA
3. rRNA
4. SnRNA
55. Which of the following statements concerning
characteristics of histones is FALSE?
1. They are highly basic proteins found in the nucleus
2. They form non-covalent bonds with eukaryotic
DNA called nucleosomes
3. They are very highly conserved proteins
4. They are associated with both prokaryotic and
eukaryotic DNA
56. Which of the following is an inhibitor of protein
synthesis?
1. Pencillin
2. Chloramphenicol
3. Actinomycin D
4. Bacitracin
57. The Ames test is used to:
1. To detect bacteria
2. To detect viruses
3. To detect enzymes
4. To detect mutagens
58. In which of the following tissues insulin enhances
transport of glucose?
1. Brain
2. Lens
3. Red blood cell
4. Adipose tissue
59. Which class of RNA characteristically contains
methylated purines and pyrimidines?
1. tRNA
2. mRNA
3. rRNA
4. 16sRNA
60. Km of any enzymatic reaction describes:
1. Reaction velocity expressed as mols per second
2. Dissociation constant of E-S complex
3. Amount of the enzyme required to convert half of
the substrate to E-S complex
4. Substrate concentration to achieve half of Vmax
61. A Codon consists of:
1. One molecule of amino acyl-t RNa
2. Two complementary base pairs
3. Three consecutive nucleotide units
4. Three individual nucleotides

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Old February 8th, 2014, 05:30 PM
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The CSIR UGC NET Exam for science stream is conducted by CSIR 2 times in a year June & December in the following areas:
Chemical Sciences
Earth Sciences
Life Sciences
Mathematical Sciences
Physical Sciences

Life Sciences Question paper:

1. Molality is defined as:
1. Number of moles of solute/L of solvent
2. Grams of solute/L of solvent
3. Number of moles of solute/Kg of solvent
4. Number of Grams equivalent of solute/L of solvent
2. An ‘inbred’ strain of an animal refers to:
1. Genetically undefined animal
2. Animals bred in a laboratory
3. Isogenic animals
4. Immunodeficient animals
3. The limits of Pearson’s Correlation coefficient are:
1. 0 ≤ Y ≤ 1
2. -1 ≤ Y ≤ 0
3. -1 ≤ Y ≤ +1
4. 0 < Y < 1
4. Which of the following tests will be used for testing
of mean between two groups?
1. Students unpaired ‘t’ test
2. Students paired ‘t’ test
3. ANOVA
4. Chi square test
5. When p < 0.05, which of the following is true?
1. Probability of type I error is less than 0.05
2. Probability of type II error is less than 0.05
3. Probability of type I error is more than 0.05
4. Probability of type II error is more than 0.05
6. Aspirin was first obtained from the bark of:
1. Cinchona tree
2. Neem tree
3. Willow tree
4. Eucalyptus tree
7. An isotope of an element has:
1. Same number of neutrons
2. Same number of electrons and neutrons
3. Same number of protons and neutrons
4. Same number of protons
8. The branch of science that deals with cancer is
known as:
1. Serology
2. Oncology
3. Pathology
4. Radiology
9. Which of the following waves cannot be transmitted
through vacuum:
1. Light waves
2. Heat waves
3. Sound waves
4. Electromagnetic waves
10. Luc Montagnier and Robert Gallo are the codiscoverers
of the following virus:
1. Ebola
2. Hepatitis-B
3. Small Pox
4. HIV

Section II (B)
Life Sciences
51. Which of the followings is rich in triglycerides?
1. Chylomicrons
2. LDL
3. VLDL
4. HDL
52. Which enzyme has impaired activity in Vitamin B1
deficiency?
1. Succinate dehydrogenase
2. Pyruvate dehydrogenase
3. Transketolase
4. Citrate synthase
53. Which of the following is useful for identifying
amino terminal residue of proteins?
1. Cyanogen bromide
2. Fluorodinitrobenzene
3. Performic acid
4. Dansyl chloride
54. Which is the most abundant RNA in a cell?
1. tRNA
2. mRNA
3. rRNA
4. SnRNA
55. Which of the following statements concerning
characteristics of histones is FALSE?
1. They are highly basic proteins found in the nucleus
2. They form non-covalent bonds with eukaryotic
DNA called nucleosomes
3. They are very highly conserved proteins
4. They are associated with both prokaryotic and
eukaryotic DNA
56. Which of the following is an inhibitor of protein
synthesis?
1. Pencillin
2. Chloramphenicol
3. Actinomycin D
4. Bacitracin
57. The Ames test is used to:
1. To detect bacteria
2. To detect viruses
3. To detect enzymes
4. To detect mutagens
58. In which of the following tissues insulin enhances
transport of glucose?
1. Brain
2. Lens
3. Red blood cell
4. Adipose tissue
59. Which class of RNA characteristically contains
methylated purines and pyrimidines?
1. tRNA
2. mRNA
3. rRNA
4. 16sRNA
60. Km of any enzymatic reaction describes:
1. Reaction velocity expressed as mols per second
2. Dissociation constant of E-S complex
3. Amount of the enzyme required to convert half of
the substrate to E-S complex
4. Substrate concentration to achieve half of Vmax
61. A Codon consists of:
1. One molecule of amino acyl-t RNa
2. Two complementary base pairs
3. Three consecutive nucleotide units
4. Three individual nucleotides
62. One mmol of NaCI contains:
1. 35.5 g
2. 35.5 mg
3. 58.5 g
4. 58.5 mg
63. Piezoelectric crystals are used in:
1. NMR imaging
2. Crystallography
3. Ultrasonography
4. Xeroradiography
64. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Imaging technique is
based on the gyromagnetic property of:
1. Neutron
2. Electron
3. Proton
4. Positron
65. Hydrogen-3 is a pure:
1. Alpha emitter
2. Gamma emitter
3. Beta emitter
4. Positron emitter
66. When a positron is emitted from a radioisotopic
atom, the atomic number of the daughter product:
1. Increases by one
2. Decreases by one
3. Decreases by two
4. No change
67. The sedimentation velocity of a protein in a
centrifuge tube does NOT depend on the:
1. Density of the solution
2. Density of protein
3. Mass of protein
4. Charge of the protein
68. Which law states that: At constant temperature, the
volume of a given quantity of any gas is inversely
proportional to the pressure upon the gas?
1. Boyle’s law
2. Charle’s law
3. Henry’s law
4. Dalton’s law
69. Western blot is a technique used for:
1. Protein expression
2. DNA expression
3. RNA expression
4. Fat expression
70. When a molecule absorbs light of a particular
wavelength and continues to emit light of higher
wavelength for a considerable time after excitation,
the phenomenon is called:
1. Phosphorescence
2. Fluorescence
3. Chemiluminescence
4. Cerenkov radiations

Section III (C)
Social Sciences
51. Which of the following is the correct Dental
Formula of the primitive Eutherian mammal?
1. 3143/3143
2. 2343/2343
3. 3413/3413
4. 4323/4323
52. Which of the following is NOT a fossil?
1. Stone tools
2. Petrified remains of the bones
3. Lucy
4. Coprolites
53. Which of the following methods is used for dating
the fossils older than 75000 years?
1. Carbon dating
2. Potassium argon method
3. Dendrochronology
4. Density
54. The name of the book Charles Darwin wrote is:
1. Origin of species
2. Natural history
3. Origin of man
4. Process and product
55. During the last fifty years the adult height of
Japanese has increased. This is known as:
1. Secular trend
2. Medronic trend
3. Physique
4. Growth gradient
56. Which of the following is the crippling disorder
that results from excessive consumption of
Khesari daal?
1. Endemic goitre
2. Marasmus
3. Malaria
4. Lathyrism
57. Bushman and Hottentots are the racial groups
found in:
1. South India
2. South Africa
3. South America
4. Central Europe
58. Khasis are the tribes inhabiting:
1. Nilgiri hills of South India
2. Himachal Pradesh
3. Madhya Pradesh
4. North-East India
59. Ring tailed lemurs are found in:
1. South America
2. Sri Lanka
3. Southeast Asia
4. Madagascar islands
60. Introns are those segments of DNA which are:
1. Directly responsible for producing specific traits
2. Responsible for controlling the activities of
structural genes
3. Non functioning spacer segments within a
structural gene
4. Structural genes coding for various traits
61. Among primates the bilophodont molars are
found among:
1. Old world monkeys
2. New world monkeys
3. Lemurs
4. Marmosets
62. Which of the following genera is the earliest
human ancestor:
1. Sivapithecus
2. Dryopithecus
3. Australopithecus
4. Aplidium
63. Bitot’s spot is caused due to deficiency of which of
the following vitamins:
1. Vitamin B-12
2. Vitamin E
3. Vitamin A
4. Vitamin C
64. Micro-blades are the characteristic tool types of
the following phase of human prehistory:
1. Lower palaeolithic
2. Mesolithic
3. Upper palaeolithic
4. Middle palaeolithic
65. The diploid number of chromosomes in man is:
1. 64
2. 23
3. 32
4. 46
66. The study approach that involves application of
evolutionary principles to the behavior of animals
is known as:
1. Paleontology
2. Sociobiology
3. Zoogeography
4. Paleo-primatology
67. In India a Homo erectus fossil skull cap was found
in:
1. Shivalik Hills
2. Kaveri basin
3. Narmada basin
4. Ganga basin
68. Haemophilia, a sex linked disease affecting only
males, is:
1. Recessive X-linked
2. Dominant X-linked
3. Y-linked
4. Dominant autosomal
69. Array is:
1. Comparing a number of people affected by a
disease and who are at risk
2. Another alternative in displaying data pictorially
and allowing rapid assimilation of finding by the
reader
3. A display where the horizontal and vertical axes
of a graph are formed according to the scale
values and the frequencies of the distribution
respectively
4. A systematic arrangement of the gathered data
either in an ascending or descending order
70. Incidence:
1. Is the number of cases that will occur within a
population during a specified period of time
2. Indicates what proportion of a given population
is affected by a condition at a given point of
time
3. The ratio of the number of people affected by a
disease compared to a number of people at risk
in a given population
4. Is a snapshot picture of the presence of a
particular disease over the year
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