CUET Home Science Sample Paper

Home Science Sample question Paper of Common University Entrance Test for Undergraduate courses CUET (UG) for the admission in academic session 2023 – 2024.

Number of Questions : Attempt any 40 MCQ, out of 50
Time : 45 Minutes

CUET Home Science Sample Paper

Q.1: Development process begins from ___.
(a) Specific to general
(b) Simple to easy
(c) General to specific
(d) All of the above

Q.2: Which of the following statement is true corresponding to Proximodistal development?
(a) Development is from head to foot
(b) Development is from foot to head
(c) Development is from centre to outwards of the body
(d) None of the above

Q.3: Which of the following is/are the Psychological needs of adolescents?
(a) Need for food
(b) Need for approval
(c) Need for rest and sleep
(d) Need for oxygen

Q.4: Which among the following is not a factor that influences the formation of the identity of the adolescent?
(a) Emotional changes
(b) Biological and physical changes
(c) Cognitive changes
(d) Traditional context

Q.5: Menarche usually is considered the point of _________ in girls.
(a) Sexual maturity
(b) Cognitive maturity
(c) Physical maturity
(d) Emotional maturity

Q.6: Why adolescents are over-concerned about their physical appearance and looks? Identify the reason.
(a) Respond differently to different situations
(b) Want to become socially popular
(c) They are self-conscious and pre-occupied
(d) Didn’t believe in themselves

Q.7: The period of young adulthood occurs between the age of__________________.
(a) 18-34
(b) 18-35
(c) 21-30
(d) 21-34

Q.8: Which of the following statement is incorrect with respect to problems faced during a career?
(a) Choosing a wrong choice of career leads to dissatisfaction.
(b) Adjust according to their job conditions.
(c) Frequent changes are required in a job.
(d) Job satisfaction in the initial stage of career.

Q.9: What could an old age person do so that they can become dependent on children or others?
(a) Arranging a pension or any other type of finances.
(b) A stable diet and satisfactory diet for health.
(c) Participating in social activities
(d) All of the above

Q.10: Pulses and legumes provide which of the following nutrients
(a) Fatty acids
(b) Fat
(c) Vitamin B2
(d) Invisible fats

Q.11: What will Calcium deficiency in an adolescent lead to?
(a) Decrease in physical growth
(b) Metabolic rate reduces
(c) Stunted and uneven growth
(d) All of the above

Q.12: Why is Vitamin A essential for a pregnant woman?
(a) To increase body weight
(b) For regeneration of blood cells
(c) For providing immunity
(d) To improve foeto-placental functioning

Q.13: ___________refers to the maintenance of cleanliness while handling food items.
(a) Food hygiene
(b) Food monitoring
(c) Food safety
(d) Food handling

Q.14: What should be used to handle the utensils while serving?
(a) Cloth
(b) Tongs
(c) Hand
(d) None of the above

Q.15: What is largely used in food products for colouring pulses, spices, condiments, sweets like ladoo, jalebi, etc ?
(a) Kesari Dal
(b) Argemone seeds
(c) Iron fillings
(d) Metanil yellow

Q.16: What kind of diet must be taken in Diabetes?
(a) Low carbohydrate diet
(b) Low salt diet
(c) Low oil diet
(d) High sugar diet

Q.17: When is liquid diet given?
(a) After recovery
(b) Before surgery
(c) After surgery
(d) Before disease

Q.18: Which of the following is a chronic disease caused by deficiency of nutrients?
(a) Cholera
(b) Jaundice
(c) Malaria
(d) Beriberi

Q.19: Family income means
(a) income of all related persons living in the household
(b) commodities and services produced in the country
(c) right to consume goods and services
(d) All the above

Q.20: What are the two ways that you can fix an unbalanced budget?
(a) Increase income and decrease expenses
(b) Decrease expenses and remove family members
(c) Ask an accountant to review your budget and increase income
(d) Ask a family member to review your budget and stop buying for necessities

Q.21: What is impulse buying?
(a) Buying for entertainment
(b) Buying regularly
(c) Buying on the spur of the moment
(d) Buying according to plan

Q.22: We should keep our savings with banks because
(a) It is safe
(b) It earns interest
(c) It can be withdrawn anytime
(d) All of above

Q.23: How can one withdraw money from one’s account?
(a) By asking the bank manager
(b) Through withdrawl slips
(c) By operating the bank account
(d) By going to bank

Q.24: Life insurance means
(a) Insurance of human
(b) Insurance of life of human and cattle
(c) Insurance of life of machines
(d) Insurance of life of automobiles

Q.25: Why do we need to have set rules and regulations for consumer rights?
(a) To protect and promote the interest of the consumers against unethical and unfair trade practices.
(b) To bring discipline in the country.
(c) To provide police protection to consumers during a dispute with the sellers.
(d) Its aim is to make all the sellers fair and honest.

Q.26: Rights of consumer are protected under _
(a) Consumer protection 1986
(b) Consumer protection 1990
(c) Consumer protection 1982
(d) Consumer protection 1991

Q.27: Woolmak is owned by _.
(a) The Woolmark Company
(b) Organisation working under Minitsry of Textiles
(c) BIS
(d) FSSAI

Q.28: Line as an element of art is associated with
(a) Illusion
(b) Personality
(c) Tint and shade
(d) All of the above

Q.29: Surface ornamentation in textiles materials includes
(a) Simple yarns
(b) Laces
(c) Tuffing
(d) Brocades

Q.30: Consider the following statements and choose the correct option.
Assertion (A) Rhythm allows a pleasing vision of a dress.
Reason (R) Rhythm in other words is repetition.
(a) Both A and R are true but R is not the correct explanation of A.
(b) Both A and R are true and R is the correct explanation of A.
(c) A is true, R is false
(d) A is false, R is true

Q.31: The primary activity for selection of fabric is __
(a) Identification of purpose
(b) Design selection
(c) Durability
(d) Maintenance

Q.32: Select he correct pair.
(a) Synthetic fabrics- rainy season
(b) Flannel- summer
(c) Linen- winter
(d) None of the above

Q.33:____________refers to resistance to wear and tear.
(a) Maintenance
(b) Durability
(c) Mercerisation
(d) Finishing

Q.34: Clothing for infants should have which of the following qualities?
(a) Loose and comfortable
(b) Stiff and simple
(c) Stretchy and simple
(d) Loose and simple

Q.35: Which of the following is true for clothing for children?
(a) They must have extra margins
(b) They should have brightly colored
(c) They should be wrinkle resistant.
(d) All of the above

Q.36: Which of the following clothes have excellent draping quality?
(a) Cotton
(b) Silk
(c) Polyester
(d) Chiffon

Q.37: Which of the following statement is incorrect regarding soaps?
(a) They dissolve readily in water at all temperatures.
(b) They do not easily penetrate into the fabric.
(c) Leave deposits on the fabric, making it stiff and dull.
(d) Washing soaps are not perfumed.

Q.38: Which of the following is an example of Bleaching agents used to remove stains?
(a) Sodium Hydrochloride
(b) Washing Soda
(c) Ammonia
(d) Benezene

Q.39: Which method is used when the stain can be dissolved in the reagent?
(a) Chemical Method
(b) Sponging Method
(c) Solvent Method
(d) Absorbing Method

Q.40: What is a cause of water pollution?
(a) Misuse of water resources
(b) Mixing toxins in water
(c) Using water for cleansing purposes
(d) Over use of water in industries

Q.41: In the stainless steel filter, ‘steel’ is made by mixing which of the following?
(a) Chrome
(b) Nickel
(c) Steel
(d) All of these

Q.42: Which of the following is a benefit of the UV Filter method?
(a) Time consuming method
(b) Kills bacteria and viruses
(c) Removes suspended particles
(d) Easiest and cheapest method

Q.43: What amount of bleaching powder should be added to 200 gallons of water for purification?
(a) 30 gms
(b) 40 gms
(c) 50 gms
(d) 60 gms

Q.44: To which group, the income generating scheme provides employment?
(a) Traditional artisans
(b) Prospective artisans
(c) Unemployed youth
(d) All of the above

Q.45: The DWCRA scheme targeted to benefit which group?
(a) Rural families above poverty line
(b) Rural families below poverty line
(c) Urban families above poverty line
(d) Urban families below poverty line

Q.46: Which of the following is an important goal of MGNREGA?
(a) High paying job opportunities
(b) Educational benefits
(c) Livelihood security
(d) Providing job cards to all

Q.47: Which of the following works can a woman be employed to supplement their family income?
(a) Pickle making
(b) Sauce and jam making
(c) Beautician
(d) All of the above

Q.48: What kind of wage employment can a person get after learning the skills of home decoration?
(a) Assistant in a food outlet
(b) Sales executive in a fabric showroom
(c) Interior decorator in hotels
(d) Anganwadi worker

Q.49: Prevention of Food Adulteration Act has now been replaced by
(a) Food adulteration act 1973
(b) Food safety act 2000
(c) Food safety and standards act 2006
(d) None of the above

Q.50: What is used correct figure problems of design?
(a) Formal balance
(b) Horizontal balance
(c) Harmony by texture
(d) Proportion of texture

Answer Key : CUET Home Science Sample Paper

1. (c)2. (c)3. (b)4. (d)5. (a)6. (c)7. (a)8. (d)9. (d)10. (c)
11. (c)12. (d)13. (a)14. (b)15. (d)16. (a)17. (a)18. (d)19. (a)20. (a)
21. (c)22. (d)23. (b)24. (a)25. (a)26. (a)27. (a)28. (a)29. (c)30. (c)
31. (a)32. (d)33. (b)34. (a)35. (d)36. (d)37. (a)38. (a)39. (b)40. (a)
41. (d)42. (b)43. (d)44. (d)45. (b)46. (c)47. (d)48. (c)49. (c)50. (b)

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