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SIGNATURE OF THE CANDIDATE

SIGNATURE OF THE INVIGILATOR To be filled in by the Candidate Registration No

Centre Name .......................................................................................................................................

PART-II MASTER OF HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION


Duration: 1 Hour SECTION I: Instructions I. Answer all the following questions Total Marks: 50 Marks: 25

II. All questions carry equal marks III. No overwriting is permitted IV. Wrong answers will carry negative marking ( 0.5 will be reduced for each wrong answer from the marks scored) *** 1. Who laid the wreath at the Amar Jawan Jyoti (India Gate) on 26th January, 2010? a) Prime Minister b) Defense Minister c) Home Minister d) President of India Full convertibility of a rupee means a) Purchase of foreign exchange for rupees freely b) Payment for imports in terms of rupees c) Repayment of loans in terms of rupees d) Determination of rate of exchange between rupee and foreign currencies freely by the market forces of demand and supply Who has been appointed as the Governor of RBI after the retirement ofShri Y V Reddy? a) Dr. Indira Rangarajan b) Ms. Nirupama Rao c) Dr. Vijay L. Kelkar d) Mr. D. Subbarao
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Cell or tissue death within a living body is called as a) b) c) d) Neutrophilia Nephrosis Necrosis Neoplasia

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To find out the total interest accrued on a sum of money after 5 years, which of the following information given in the statements P and Q will be sufficient? P : The sum was 20,000 Q : The total amount of simple interest on the sum after 5 years was 400 a) b) c) d) Both P and Q are needed Both P and Q are not sufficient Either P or Q is necessary Only Q is sufficient

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A medical doctor charges 30% above the actual price (cost price) but allows a 10% concession for cash payment. What profit does he really make? a) b) c) d) 15% 17% 19% 20%

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The cost price of a medicine is 64% of a selling price. Calculate the gain per cent after allowing a concession of 12% a) b) c) d) 52% 48% 50.5% 37.5%

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If a:10 = B:15 = C:25, then a+b+c/a =? a) b) c) d) 5 4 1/5 6

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Insulin is produced by a) b) c) d) Adrenal cortex Islets of Lagerhans Parathyroid glands Pituitary lobe

10. Joint sittings of the two houses of Parliament are presided over by the a) b) c) d) The President of India Speaker of Lok Sabha Chairman of Rajya Sabha A senior MP of Lok Sabha

11. Which of the following is the result, when currency notes are printed to meet the budget deficit? a) Inflation b) c) d) Deflation Devaluation of currency None of the above

12. Sphygmomanometer is the instrument used for measuring a) Blood sugar b) c) d) Blood pressure Cholesterol Uric acid

Directions (Qs 13 to 14): Complete the series by replacing the missing term indicated by ? 13. IP8, GS11, EV14, ? a) b) c) d) BY17 BX17 CY17 CY18

14. 2A11, 4D13, 12G17, ? a) b) c) d) 36J21 36I19 48J21 48J23

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15. 2, 8, 16, 128, ? a) b) c) d) 2046 2042 2048 2056

16. In an election involving two candidates, 68 votes were declared invalid. The winning candidate scores 52% and wins by 98 votes. The total number votes polled? a) b) c) d) 2450 2512 2382 None of these

17. The difference between the digits of a two-digit number is 4. What is the digit in the Unit's place? To find out the answer, which of the information given in the statements P and Q is/are sufficient? P: The difference between the number and the number obtained by interchanging the positions of the digit is 36

Q : The Sum of the digits of that number is 12 a) b) c) d) Only P is sufficient Only Q is sufficient Both P and Q are needed Either P or Q is sufficient

18. If HOSPITAL is written as 32574618 in a certain code, how would POSTAL be written ? a) b) c) d) 752618 725618 725168 725681

19. The Union Principal Health Secretary is a) b) c) d) Ms.K.Sujatha Rao Shri.P.K.Bharadhan Shri.S.Gandhiselven None of the above

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20. Corporate Hospital means the hospital registered under a) b) c) d) Companies Act, 1956 Section 25 of Companies Act, 1956, Indian Trust Act, 1882 Societies Registration Act, 1860

21. A hospital has number of departments; among these departments one of them is providing support services. a) b) c) d) Outpatient services Radiology Intensive Care Units Operation Theatre

22. Usually the accident victim is received in the a) b) c) d) Intensive care unit Operation theatre Casualty department Outpatient services

23. Patients who visits in India not only for seeking health care services but also site seeing are labeled as a) b) c) d) Medical tourist International patient Foreign patient None of the above

24. Medicalim Policy is offered by a) b) c) d) Life Insurance Corporation of India ICICI Lombard Oriental Insurance Corporation United India Insurance

25. The organisation who work with hospitals, patients and Insurance Companies are called a) b) c) d) Insurance Agency Third Party Administrators Medical Tourism International Patients Regulating Authority
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SECTION II: Write an essay on ANY ONE of the following: (about 750 words) 1. 2.

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Corporatisation of Healthcare Industry Leads to High Cost and Low Benefit to the Patients. Discuss General Sales Tax (GST) is Preferable to Value added Tax (VAT). Discuss

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