NEET Biology Reproductive Health MCQs Set B


The normal functions of reproductive system are refered as reproductive Health.India was the first country in the world to kick off action plans and programmes at a national level to get total reproductive health as a social goal. These programme is called family planning were initiated in 1952 and were periodically assessed over the past decades.
Proper information about reproductive organs, adolescence and related changes, safe and hygienic sexual practices,sexually,transmitted diseases STD, AIDS, etc would help people especially those in the adolescent age group educating people especially couples and those in marriageable age group about available birth control option,care of pregnant mothers postnatal care of the mother and child importance of breast feeding equal opprtunities for the male and the female child etc can make society healthy.
India is the second most populous country in the world after china. The family planning method provided by the family planning programme are vasectomy ,tubectomy IUD conventional contraceptive and oral pills.
Voluntary termination of pragnancy before foetus becomes viable is called induced abortion or MTP.
Diseases or infections which are transmitted through.sexual intercourse are collectively called STD.
A number of couples all over the world including India are facing infertility common methods of ART are-IUF, ZIFT, GIFT.
For the given options select the correct options (a, b, c, d) each carries one mark.
1. According to WHO, reproductive health means a total well-being in all aspects of reproduction
(a) Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, Social
(b) Physical, Mental, Health, Sexual Habits, Healthy body
(c) Physical, Mental, Behevioural, Devlopment of sexual organs
(d) Physical, Mental, Emtional, Social
2. What is the rank of India to kick off action plans and programs at national level to get total reproductive health as a social goal ?
(a) First (b) Second (c) Third (d) Fourth
3. What are the programs called to get total reproductive health as a social goal of national level ?
(a) Family care (b) Family planning (c) Family organigation (d) Reproductive care
4. When was family planning initiated ?
(a) 1950 (b) 1951 (c) 1952 (d) 1953
5. By which name family planning is currently popular ?
(a) Family and child care
(b) Reproductive and chid care
(c) Reproductive and child health care
(d) Reproductive and child health.
6. What are the major tasks under reprouctive and child health care programs ?
(a) Create awareness about reproductive health among people
(b) Educate people about reproductive process
(c) Establish reproductive health care in society
(d) Both (a) and (c).
7. Which are the media to bring awarness about reproductive and child health care programs ?
(a) Audio- visual aids (b) Newspapers (c) Leaflets (d) Both (a) and (b)
8. How is information about reproductive health is given ib schools ?
(a) By introducing sex education as a subject
(b) By discussion
(c) By orators on sex education
(d) By arranging question-answer session.
9. What are the requirments for the successful implemenattion of sex education programs ?
(a) Professional expertise
(b) Materials and tools
(c) Qntrastructure
(d) All obove
10. What are the problems in reproductive health care which requires a doctor's help ?
(a) Conception,parturition, abortion
(b) Contracption, menstruction problem, infertility
(c) STD s
(d) All above
11. In which countries of Europe the population has decreased ?
(a) Itally, Spain (b) Itally, Germany
(c) Spain, Russia (d) Switzerland
12. Effects of high population growth are....
(a) Decrease in resources
(b) Increase in poverty and malnurition
(c) Other population related problems
(d) All above
13. What is the rank of India in population growth.?
(a) First (b) Second (c) Third (d) Fourth
14. Which country ranks first in population ?
(a) America (b) Russia (c) China (d) Australia
15. What is the percentage population of india compared to the world's population ?
(a) 16.80% (b) 16.85% (c) 16.90% (d) 16.87%
16. What percentage of region does indian population occupy ?
(a) 2.4% (b) 3.4% (c) 4.4% (d) 5.4%
17. What was the population of india during independence (in millions)
(a) 335 (b) 338 (c) .352 (d) 342
18. What was the increase in population size of our country from 1951 to 1991 ?
(a) 362 to 845 (b) 361 to 846 (c) 363 to 847 (d) 384 to 848
19. What was the size of India's population in 2001 (in millions) ?
(a) 1025 (b) 1028 (c) 1027 (d) 1026
20. What was the increase in the size of population from 1951 to 2001 in India ?
(a) 2 times (b) 3 times (c) 31/2 times (d) 4



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