Reproductive Health: NEET MCQ Questions [50+ Solved]

Here you will find NEET MCQ questions on the Class 12 Biology Chapter “Reproductive Health” based on the NCERT textbook. Solve the below free NEET mock test for a better understanding of the various topics. 50+ important MCQs (multiple choice questions) are given in this NEET question bank.

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  1. According to WHO, reproductive health means total well-being in all aspects of reproduction like
    (a) Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, Social
    (b) Physical, Mental, Health, Sexual Habits, Healthy body
    (c) Physical, Mental, Behavioral, Development of sexual organs
    (d) Physical, Mental, Emotional, Social

(a) Physical, Emotional, Behavioral, Social

  1. Saheli is
    (a) An oral contraceptive for females
    (b) A surgical sterilization method for females
    (c) A diaphragm for females
    (d) A surgical method of sterilization in male

(a) An oral contraceptive for females

  1. What are the programs called to get total reproductive health as a social goal of the national level?
    (a) Family care
    (b) Family planning
    (c) Family organization
    (d) Reproductive care

(b) Family planning

  1. When was family planning initiated?
    (a) 1950
    (b) 1951
    (c) 1952
    (d) 1953

(c) 1952

  1. Under what name is family planning currently popular?
    (a) Family and child care
    (b) Reproductive and child care
    (c) Reproductive and child health care
    (d) Reproductive and child health

(c) Reproductive and child health care

  1. What are the major tasks under reproductive and child health care programs?
    (a) Create awareness about reproductive health among people
    (b) Educate people about the reproductive process
    (c) Establish reproductive health care in society
    (d) Both (a) and (c)

(d) Both (a) and (c)

  1. Which is the media to bring awareness about reproductive and child health care programs?
    (a) Audio-visual aids
    (b) Newspapers
    (c) Leaflets
    (d) Both (a) and (b)

(d) Both (a) and (b)

  1. How is information about reproductive health given in schools?
    (a) By introducing sex education as a subject
    (b) By discussion
    (c) By orators on sex education
    (d) By arranging a question-answer session

(a) By introducing sex education as a subject

  1. What are the requirements for the successful implementation of sex education programs?
    (a) Professional expertise
    (b) Materials and tools
    (c) Infrastructure
    (d) All above

(d) All above

  1. What are the problems in reproductive health care which require a doctor’s help?
    (a) Conception, parturition, abortion
    (b) Contraception, menstruation problem, infertility
    (c) STDs
    (d) All above

(d) All above

  1. In which countries of Europe the population has decreased?
    (a) Italy, Spain
    (b) Italy, Germany
    (c) Spain, Russia
    (d) Switzerland

(a) Italy, Spain

  1. Effects of high population growth are
    (a) Decrease in resources
    (b) Increase in poverty and malnutrition
    (c) Other population-related problems
    (d) All above

(d) All above

  1. What is the rank of India in population growth?
    (a) First
    (b) Second
    (c) Third
    (d) Fourth

(b) Second

  1. Which country ranks first in population?
    (a) America
    (b) Russia
    (c) China
    (d) Australia

(c) China

  1. 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%

(d) 16.87%

  1. What percentage of the region does the Indian population occupy?
    (a) 2.4%
    (b) 3.4%
    (c) 4.4%
    (d) 5.4%

(a) 2.4%

  1. What was the population of India during independence (in millions)?
    (a) 335
    (b) 338
    (c) 352
    (d) 342

(d) 342

  1. 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

(b) 361 to 846

  1. What was the size of India’s population in 2001 (in millions)?
    (a) 1025
    (b) 1028
    (c) 1027
    (d) 1026

(c) 1027

  1. What was the increase in the size of the population from 1951 to 2001 in India?
    (a) 2 times
    (b) 3 times
    (c) 3 and a 1/2 times
    (d) 4

(b) 3 times

  1. What is the main factor affecting population growth?
    (a) Increase in health care facilities
    (b) Better lifestyle
    (c) Increase in birth rate and decrease in death rate
    (d) Industrialization

(c) Increase in birth rate and decrease in death rate

  1. What is our main goal to control population growth?
    (a) Decrease in death rate
    (b) Decreasing the birthrate
    (c) Organizing several programs
    (d) Promote family planning programs

(b) Decreasing the birthrate

  1. What is the reason for the popularity of the barrier method of family planning?
    (a) The absence of side effect
    (b) Comparatively more reliable
    (c) Protection from sexually transmitted diseases.
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

  1. Which is the physical barrier method for family planning in females?
    (a) Condom for male
    (b) Condom for female
    (c) Diaphragm.
    (d) Both b and c

(d) Both b and c

  1. Which of the following is not a natural family planning method?
    (a) Periodic abstinence
    (b) Interruption coitus
    (c) Chemical method
    (d) Lactational amenorrhea

(c) Chemical method

  1. Which of the following is not a variation of the diaphragm?
    (a) Conical cap
    (b) Umbrella cap
    (c) Vinule cap
    (d) a and b both

(c) Vinule cap

  1. Which one of the following is the most widely accepted method of contraception in India at present?
    (a) IUDs
    (b) Cervical caps
    (c) Tubectomy
    (d) Diaphragms

(a)IUDs

  1. From what day of the menstrual cycle should hormonal contraceptive pills be started?
    (a) 5th day
    (b) 7th day
    (c) 1st day
    (d) 2nd day

(a) 5th day

  1. Which is not related to hormonal contraceptive pills?
    (a) Prevent ovum to release from the ovary
    (b) Thicken the cervical mucous
    (c) Inhibits sperm penetration
    (d) Partial activation of cervical mucous

(c) Inhibits sperm penetration

  1. Which are the permanent methods of family planning?
    (a) Vasectomy, Tubectomy
    (b) Condom for female, condom for male
    (c) Copper T and pills.
    (d) Vasectomy, copper T

(a) Vasectomy, Tubectomy

  1. In Vasectomy, which part is tied and cut?
    (a) Epididymis
    (b) Vas deferens
    (c) Ejaculatory duct
    (d) Urinogenital duct

(b) Vas deferens

  1. Which part is removed in a tubectomy?
    (a) Funnel of the fallopian tube
    (b) Ovaries
    (c) Fallopian tube
    (d) Uterus

(c) Fallopian tube

  1. What do you mean induced abortion?
    (a) Voluntary termination of pregnancy after the foetus become viable
    (b) Voluntary termination of pregnancy before the foetus becomes viable
    (c) Foetus removed at incomplete gestation months
    (d) Accidently foetus is lost

(b) Voluntary termination of pregnancy before the foetus becomes viable

  1. What is the rate of induced abortion per year across the world in numbers?
    (a) 45 to 48 million
    (b) 55 to 60 million
    (c) 45 to 50 million
    (d) 55 to 58 million

(c) 45 to 50 million

  1. What are the problems related to legal induced abortions?
    (a) Emotional and moral
    (b) Redigiation and social
    (c) Mental and physical
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

  1. When was the Induced abortion act passed by the Indian Government?
    (a) 1970
    (b) 1971
    (c) 1972
    (d) 1980

(b) 1971

  1. When did the ‘Induced abortion act’ come into force by the Government of India?
    (a) 1st April 1971
    (b) 1st April 1972
    (c) 1st April 1973
    (d) 1st April 1974

(d) 1st April 1974

  1. In which of the following Induced Abortion is not necessary?
    (a) There is a substantial risk of the child being born with serious complications
    (b) Where the pregnancy is the result of rape
    (c) When the foetus is not of the desired sex
    (d) Unwanted pregnancy

(c) When the foetus is not of the desired sex

  1. What are sexually transmitted diseases?
    (a) Diseases transmitted through sexual intercourse
    (b) Diseases spread through bacteria
    (c) Diseases spread through viruses
    (d) Diseases spread through protozoans

(a) Diseases transmitted through sexual intercourse

  1. Which microbes cause sexually transmitted diseases?
    (a) Bacteria and virus
    (b) Protozoans and Fungi
    (c) Nematodes & viroids
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

  1. How many pathogens cause sexually transmitted diseases through contact?
    (a) More than 20
    (b) Less than 20
    (c) More than 25
    (d) Less than 25

(a) More than 20

  1. Match following columns according to their age group and amount of sexually transmitted
    diseases
    Column-I Column-II
    (P) 15-19 (i) medium/moderate
    (Q) 20-24 (ii) less
    (R) 25-29 (iii) very less
    (S) 30-34 (iv) more
    (a) P-iii, Q-iv, R-i, S-ii
    (b) P-ii, Q-iv, R-i, S-iii
    (c) P-ii, Q-iv, R-i,S-iii
    (d) P-ii, Q-iii, R-iv, S-i

(c) P-ii, Q-iv, R-i,S-iii

  1. Which microbes cause gonorrhoea?
    (a) Neisseria gonorrhoeae
    (b) Treponema pallidum
    (c) Herpes simplex
    (d) Tricomonas vaginatis

(a) Neisseria gonorrhoeae

  1. Which microbes cause syphilis?
    (a) Neisseria gonorrhoeae
    (b) Treponema pallidum
    (c) Herpes simplex
    (d) Trichomonas vaginalis

(b) Treponema pallidum

  1. Which are the main methods for the diagnosis of STDS?
    (a) By detection of antibodies in the blood
    (b) Identification of pathogen by culturing them
    (c) Through a short polynucleotide chain of pathogenic organism
    (d) With the help of Prime

(b) Identification of pathogen by culturing them

  1. Which diseases are diagnosed through the ELISA Test?
    (a) Gonorrhoea
    (b) Syphilis
    (c) AIDS
    (d) Herpes

(c) AIDS

  1. Which disease is diagnosed by the identification of antibodies against antigen?
    (a) Gonorrhoea
    (b) Syphilis
    (c) Hepatitis
    (d) AIDS

(d) AIDS

  1. Give full form of ELISA?
    (a) Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay
    (b) Enzyme-Linked Immun Assay
    (c) Enzyme Live Implantations Assay
    (d) Enzyme Live Immuno Absorbent

(a) Enzyme-Linked ImmunoSorbent Assay

  1. What is the full form of PCR?
    (a) Primary Chain Reaction
    (b) Polymerase Chain Reaction
    (c) Polymerase Cytosine Reaction
    (d) Primary Cytosine Reaction

(b) Polymerase Chain Reaction

  1. Which are the principles to prevent STD diseases?
    (a) Avoid sex with an unknown person
    (b) Always use a condom during coitus
    (c) In case of doubt consult a doctor and get treatment if the disease is diagnosed
    (d) All above

(d) All above

  1. Out of the following, which is the symptom of Trichomoniasis?
    (a) Fever and itching
    (b) Itching in and around the vagina
    (c) Liquid around the vagina
    (d) weight loss.

(b) Itching in and around the vagina

  1. Which procedure is used in prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities?
    (a) AFT
    (b) ART
    (c) IVF
    (d) ZIFT

(a) AFT

  1. Which method is used to detect the gender of the foetus?
    (a) ART
    (b) IVF
    (c) AFT
    (d) GIFT

(c) AFT

  1. Which method is mismatched ART?
    (a) IVF
    (b) AFT
    (c) ZIFT
    (d) GIFT

(b) AFT

  1. What is the meaning of infertility?
    (a) Unable to produce sperms
    (b) Unable to produce ova.
    (c) Unable the produce children
    (d) Unable for coitus.

(c) Unable the produce children

  1. Full name of GIFT is
    (a) Gamete Intrafallopian transfer
    (b) Gamete Inferfile Transfer
    (c) Gamete In vitro fertilization tube
    (d) Gamete Intrafallopian tube

(a) Gamete Intrafallopian transfer

  1. Where is the IVF method useful?
    (a) Woman’s fallopian tubes are blocked
    (b) Man produces very few sperm
    (c) Woman produces very few ova
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

58 In which Assisted Reproductive Technology the very young embryo is transferred to the woman?
(a) IVF
(b) ZIFT
(c) GIFT
(d) ART

(a) IVF

  1. In which Assisted Reproductive technology, the very young embryo is transferred to the fallopian tube instead of the uterus?
    (a) IVF
    (b) ZIFT
    (c) GIFT
    (d) ART

(b) ZIFT

  1. In which Assisted reproductive technology, sperms are transferred into the fallopian of women?
    (a) IVF
    (b) ZIFT
    (c) GIFT
    (d) ART

(c) GIFT

  1. In which Assisted Reproductive technology fertilization occurs in a woman’s body?
    (a) IVF
    (b) ZIFT
    (c) GIFT
    (d) ART

(c) GIFT

  1. Can you explain why sometimes the use of donor sperms or eggs is used in ART?
    (a) A woman can not produce ovum
    (b) When the woman or man has a genetic disease
    (c) Problem in coitus
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

  1. When are previously frozen embryos needed?
    (a) Fertilization can not occur in a woman
    (b) To care for infertility
    (c) Problem in coitus
    (d) Both a and b

(d) Both a and b

64 . Match columns I and II and find the proper option?
(a) Column-I Column-II
P-1952 (i) Passed MTP Act
Q-1947 (ii) Population of India 361 million
R-1951 (iii) Population of India 342 million
S-1971 (iv) Beginning of family planning
(a) (P – iv) (Q – iii) (R – ii) (S – i)
(b) (P – iii) (Q – iv) (R – ii) (S – i)
(c) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iv) (S – iii)
(d) (P – ii) (Q – iii) (R – i) (S – iv)

(a) (P – iv) (Q – iii) (R – ii) (S – i)

  1. Find out the correct option of column I (aids) of family planning and column II method of family planning
    Column-I Column-II
    P-Copper T (i) Permanent method
    Q-Vasectomy (ii) Temporary method
    R-Pills (iii) Intrauterine method
    S-Condom (iv) Hormone method
    (a) (P – iii) (Q – ii) (R – iv)(S – i)
    (b) (P – iii) (Q – i) (R – iv)(S – ii)
    (c) (P – iii) (Q – ii) (R – iv)(S – i)
    (d) (P – ii) (Q – iii)(R – iv)(S – i)

(b) (P – iii) (Q – i) (R – iv)(S – ii)

  1. Find out true options from column I and II
    column-I column-II
    P-Male condom (i) uterus
    Q-Female condom (ii) penis
    R-Diaphragm (iii) vagina
    S-Copper T (iv) cervix
    (a) (P – ii) (Q – iv) (R – i) (S – iii)
    (b) (P – ii) (Q – iii) (R – iv) (S – i)
    (c) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iv) (S – iii)
    (d) (P – ii) (Q – iii) (R – iv) (S – i)

(c) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iv) (S – iii)

  1. Match following column I and II for STDs and its carrier and select correct option
    column-I column-II
    P-Gonorrhoea (i) Herpes simplex
    Q-Syphilis (ii) Neisseria gonorrhoeae
    R-Genital herpes (iii) Trichomonas vaginalis
    S-Trichomoniasis (iv) Treponema pallidum
    (a) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iii) (S – iv)
    (b) (P – iii) (Q – iv) (R – ii) (S – i)
    (c) (P – ii) (Q – iii) (R – i) (S – iv)
    (d) (P – ii) (Q – iv) (R – i) (S – iii)

(d) (P – ii) (Q – iv) (R – i) (S – iii)

  1. Match columns I and II about Assisted Reproductive Technology and its methods and select the correct option.
    column -I column-II
    P-IVF (i) In vitro fertilization, embryo transferred to the fallopian tube
    Q-ZIFT (ii) In vitro fertilization, embryo transferred to the uterus
    R-GIFT (iii) Prenatal diagnosis of the foetus for a genetic disorder
    S-AFT (iv) In vivo fertilization, sperm, and ova transferred in the fallopian tube
    (a) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iv) (S – iii)
    (b) (P – iv) (Q – iii) (R – ii) (S – i)
    (c) (P – iii) (Q – iv) (R – ii) (S – i)
    (d) (P – iv) (Q – iii) (R – i) (S – ii)

(a) (P – ii) (Q – i) (R – iv) (S – iii)

  1. Which is not true for population explosion?
    (a) Increased rate of industrialization and urbanization
    (b) Encroachment on land, air, and water
    (c) scarcity of food, habitat, and clothes
    (d) countries develop more

(d) countries develop more

  1. What is the function of copper-T
    (a) Checks mutation
    (b) Stop fertilization
    (c) Stops zygote formation
    (d) Stops obliteration of blastocoel

(b) Stop fertilization

  1. A contraceptive pill contains
    (a) Progesterone and estrogen
    (b) Oxytocin
    (c) Relaxin
    (d) None of these

(a) Progesterone and estrogen

  1. The trade name of the weekly oral contraceptive pill is
    (a) Mala
    (b) Saheli
    (c) Mala-A
    (d) Mala-D

(b) Saheli

  1. Amniocentesis involves the analysis of
    (a) Amnion
    (b) Body fluid of amniotes
    (c) Amino acids of a protein
    (d) Amniotic fluid

(d) Amniotic fluid

  1. In amniocentesis, the fluid is taken from
    (a) Foetal blood
    (b) Mother’s blood
    (c) Body fluid of the mother
    (d) Fluid surrounding foetus

(d) Fluid surrounding foetus

  1. The daily oral contraceptive pill is
    (a) Mala C
    (b) Mala M and Mala D
    (c) Mala A
    (d) Mala D

(b) Mala M and Mala D

  1. Cu ions released from copper releasing Intrauterine devices (IUDs)
    (a) Prevent ovulation
    (b) Make uterus unsuitable for implantation
    (c) Increase phagocytosis of sperms
    (d) (b) and (c) both

(d) (b) and (c) both

  1. Medical termination of the pregnancy (MTP) is considered safe up to how many weeks of pregnancy
    (a) Six weeks
    (b) Eight weeks
    (c) Twelve weeks
    (d)Eighteen weeks

(c) Twelve weeks

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