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Give the schedules for following drugs

1.Vasopressin
(a) Schedule J
(b) Schedule R
(c) Schedule H 
(d) Schedule C

2.Insulin
(a) Schedule X
(b) Schedule J
(c) Schedule C
(d) Schedule G
(e) Both (c) & (d) 

3.Tolbutamide
(a) Schedule G 
(b) Schedule X
(c) Schedule C
(d) Schedule J

4.How retail price of formulation is calculated under DPCO Act-1995.
(a) R.P. = (M.C.- C.C.+ P.M. x P.C.) x (1+ MAPE/100) + ED
(b) R.P. = (M.C. x C.C.+ P.M. – P.C.) x (1- MAPE/100) + ED
(c) R.P. = (M.C.+ C.C.+ P.M. + P.C.) x (1+ MAPE/100) + ED 
(d) R.P. = (M.C.+ C.C.+ P.M. + P.C.) x (1 x MAPE/100) + ED

5.Give the objectives of DMR Act, 1954
(a) To control certain types of advertisements relating to drugs
(b) To prohibit certain kinds of advertisement relating to Magic Remedies, which falsely claim & mislead the public.
(c) Both (a) & (b) 
(d) None of the above

6.Give the objectives of drugs and price control order 1995.
(a) To achieve adequate production.
(b) To secure or regulate the equitable distribution.
(c) To make these available at fair prices.
(d) All of the above 

7.What is the purpose of DPCO
(a) To achieve adequate production 
(b) Misleading or exaggerated statements or claims
(c) To prohibit certain kinds of advertisements relating to magic remedies; which falsely claim and mislead the public
(d) An offer to refund money paid

8.examples of Schedule X drugs
(a) Meprobamate
(b) Phencyclidine
(c) Amobarbital
(d) All of the above 

9.What are the objectives of Drugs & Magic Remedies Act,1954
(a) To secure or regulate the equitable distribution.
(b) To control certain types of advertisement related to drugs 
(c) To maintain and increase the supplies of bulk drugs and formulations
(d) To make drugs available at fair prices

10.Examples of poisons from each List A
(a) Chloroform
(b) Aconite 
(c) Antimonial wines
(d) All oxides of Mercury

11.Examples of poisons from each List A
(a) Arsenic
(b) Aconine
(c) Zinc Chloride 
(d) Belladonna

 

State whether the following statements are True or False

12.Drug Store is Licensed premises for the sale of drugs, which do not require the services of a qualified Person.
(a) True 
(b) False

13.A law is how society expects you to behave.
(a) True
(b) False 
A law is something you must obey

14.Chemist and Druggist is a Licensed premises for the sale of drugs which require the services of a “Qualified Person” but where the drugs are not compounded against the prescriptions.
(a) True 
(b) False

15.Retail sale is For drugs those specified in schedule C and C1: Form-21
(a) True 
(b) False

16.Lunatic Has the meaning assigned to it in Section 16 of the Indian Lunacy Act, 1926.
(a) True
(b) False 
Lunatic Has the meaning assigned to it in Section 3 of the Indian Lunacy Act, 1912.

17.Wholesale sale is For drugs specified in schedule C and C1: Form -21B
(a) True 
(b) False

18.Ethics is something you must obey
(a) True
(b) False 
Ethics is how society expects you to behave.

19.License required should be obtained from Excise Commissioner
(a) True 
(b) False

20.Dutiable goods are medicinal preparations which are considered as capable of being misused as ordinary alcoholic beverages
(a) True
(b) False 
Dutiable goods includes the medicinal and toilet preparations specified in the schedule as being subject to the duties of excise levied under this Act

21.In Manufacture in Bond Alcohol on which duty has not been paid shall be used under the excise supervision
(a) True 
(b) False

22.Restricted Preparations includes the medicinal and toilet preparations specified in the schedule as being subject to the duties of excise levied under this Act
(a) True
(b) False 
Restricted Preparations are medicinal preparations which are considered as capable of being misused as ordinary alcoholic beverages

23.Law deals with actions that are punishable
(a) True 
(b) False

24.If law is broken, the professional body may subject the violator to loss of professional privileges.
(a) True
(b) False 
If law is broken, a violator may be subjected to punishment, a fine or imprisonment.

 

What do schedule R, schedule J and schedule X to D and C Act,1940 prescribe

25.Schedule J is a List of habit forming, psychotropic and other such drugs.
(a) True
(b) False 
Schedule J is a List of diseases and ailments which a drug may not claim to prevent or cure .

26.Schedule R is a Standard for condoms made up of rubber latex intended for single use and other mechanical contraceptives.
(a) True 
(b) False

27.Form 20G- License issued in Restricted area For the sale of Drugs other than sch. C, C(1) and X.
(a) True
(b) False 
Form 20G- License issued for Wholesale of Drugs specified in Sch. X

28.Schedule X is a List of diseases and ailments which a drug may not claim to prevent or cure
(a) True
(b) False 
Schedule X is a List of habit forming, psychotropic and other such drugs.

29.Guardian means a person having the care of a minor or a lunatic.
(a) True 
(b) False

30.Form 20A- License issued for Wholesale of Drugs specified in Sch. X
(a) True
(b) False 
Form 20A- License issued in Restricted area For the sale of Drugs other than sch. C, C(1) and X.

 

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