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Organisation : West Bengal Joint Entrance Examinations Board (WBJEEB)
Exam Name : JELET Common Entrance Test for Lateral Entry
Document Type : Old Question Paper
Year : 2023
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WBJEEB JELET Old Question Paper

JELET-2023 Paper-II (For Pharmacy Candidates)
Duration: 2 Hours
No. of MCQ : 100
Full Marks: 100
Carry 1 mark each. Only one option is correct.
Negative marks : – ¼

Category-I (Q 1 to 100)
1. The Cephalosporin having maximum nephrotoxicity is –
(A) Cephaloridine
(B) Cefepime
(C) Cefalothin
(D) All of the above

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2. The action of Penicillin requires the presence of cell wall that contains –
(A) Pseudomureins
(B) Peptidoglycans
(C) Both (A) and (B)
(D) None of the above

3. The immunoglobulin present in breast milk is –
(A) IgM
(B) IgE
(C) IgA
(D) IgG

4. The drug of choice in case of ‘Cheese Reaction’ is –
(A) Tetracycline
(B) Phentolamine
(C) Phenobarbitone
(D) Gabapentin

5. Drug of choice for Epilepsy in pregnancy is –
(A) Carbamazepine
(B) Lamotrigine
(C) Topiramate
(D) Sodium valproate

6. Binding site of Tetracycline is –
(A) 30s ribosome
(B) Several sites of both 30 and 50s ribosomes
(C) 50s ribosome
(D) None of the above

7. Phentolamine is competitive antagonism of –
(A) Acetylcholine
(B) Isoprenaline
(C) Noradrenaline
(D) Atropine

8. Which one is used as an antidote in barbiturate poisoning ?
(A) Amiloride
(B) Picrotoxin
(C) Aflatoxin
(D) Ketamine

9. Most of the drug is absorbed through –
(A) Active transport
(B) Facilitated diffusion
(C) Passive diffusion
(D) Ion pair transport

10. Morphine affects the eyes by –
(A) Producing miosis through an action on the oculomotor nerve.
(B) Producing mydriasis through an action on the sympathetic system.
(C) Decreasing pupillary responses to light.
(D) Directly acting on the smooth muscle of the iris.

11. Atropine over-dosage may cause all of the following, except
(A) Miosis
(B) Increased heart rate
(C) Relaxation of GIT smooth muscle
(D) Mental aberration

12. Antidote of atropine is –
(A) Neostigmine
(B) Pralidoxime
(C) Physostigmine
(D) None of the above

13. Antidote of organo phosphorus poisoning is –
(A) Physostigmine
(B) Pralidoxime
(C) Neostigmine
(D) Tubocurarine

14. A reaction between an acid and an alcohol produces an ester and _______.
(A) Water
(B) Carbon dioxide
(C) Ethanol
(D) Oxygen

15. Major adverse effect of clonidine is –
(A) Bradycardia
(B) Tachycardia
(C) Hypertension
(D) Dry mouth

16. According to Drugs and Cosmetics Act, List of substances that should be sold by retailer only on prescription of registered medical practitioner is given in which of the following Schedule ?
(A) Schedule ‘H’
(B) Schedule ‘V’
(C) Schedule ‘X’
(D) Schedule ‘Q’

17. pH of human tear is –
(A) 7.6
(B) 4.5
(C) 7.2
(D) 9

18. Rain drops are spherical in shape because of –
(A) Surface tension
(B) Capillary
(C) Downward motion
(D) Acceleration due to gravity

19. In the preparation of vanishing creams, which types of bases are used generally ?
(A) Absorption bases
(B) Water removable bases
(C) Hydrocarbon bases
(D) None of the above

20. Vaginal suppositories also called as –
(A) Pessaries
(B) Simple suppositories
(C) Bougies
(D) None of these

JELET Examination Instructions for Candidates

1. All questions are of objective type having four answer options for each.
2. Category-I MCQ : Carry 1 mark each and only one option is correct. In case of incorrect answer or any combination of more than one answer, ¼ mark will be deducted.
3. Questions must be answered on OMR sheet by darkening the appropriate bubble marked A, B, C, or D.
4. Use only Black/Blue ink ball point pen to mark the answer by complete filling up of the respective bubbles.
5. Write question booklet number and your roll number carefully in the specified locations of the OMR Sheet. Also fill appropriate bubbles.
6. Write your name (in block letter), name of the examination center and put your signature (as appeared in Admit Card) in appropriate boxes in the OMR Sheet.

7. The OMR Sheet is liable to become invalid if there is any mistake in filling the correct bubbles for question booklet number/roll number or if there is any discrepancy in the name / signature of the candidate, name of the examination center. The OMR Sheet may also become invalid due to folding or putting stray marks on it or any damage to it. The consequence of such invalidation due to incorrect marking or careless handling by the candidate will be sole responsibility of candidate.

8. Candidates are not allowed to carry any written or printed material, calculator, pen, log-table, wristwatch, any communication device like mobile phones, bluetooth etc. inside the examination hall. Any candidate found with such prohibited items will be reported against and his/her candidature will be summarily cancelled.

9. Rough work must be done on the question booklet itself. Additional blank pages are given in the question booklet for rough work.
10. Hand over the OMR Sheet to the invigilator before leaving the Examination Hall.
11. Candidates are allowed to take the Question Booklet after Examination is over.

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