2012 December UGC NET Solved Question Paper in Forensic Science (Paper 3)

1. Match the following:

List – I    List – II
a. Inquest  i. Cross examination
b. Conduct Moneyii. Police
c. Leading Questioniii. Body of evidence
d. Corpus delectiiv. Witness



Answer: (A)

2. Conduct money is paid for

(A) Conducting an autopsy

(B) Chemical analysis

(C) Collecting evidentiary material at crime scene.

(D) Appearing in a court as witness.

Answer: (D)

3. Which of the following types of inquests are presently held in India?

(A) Coroner and Police

(B) Police and Magistrate

(C) Magistrate and Coroner

(D) Police and Medical Examiner

Answer: (B)

4. The scales of hair can be preserved with the help of

(A) Wax cast

(B) Nail polish

(C) Plaster of Paris cast

(D) Plasticine

Answer: (B)

5. The term ‘Expert evidence’ is defined in section

(A) 45, Indian Evidence Act

(B) 131, Indian Evidence Act

(C) 45, Criminal Procedure code

(D) 131, Criminal Procedure code

Answer: (A)

6. Gas chromatography was developed by

(A) G.D. Kohler and K. Thide

(B) Henry and Pascal

(C) Piobert and Pascal

(D) Leduce and K. Thide


7. Chromatography was first reported by

(A) Ramsey

(B) Henry

(C) Pascal

(D) Leduce

Answer: (A)

8. Copy prepared by superimposing the document is called:

(A) Traced forgery

(B) Simulated forgery

(C) Free tend forgery

(D) Asymetrical forgery

Answer: (A)

9. Within a monochrometer, the necessary collimation and focussing are performed by:

(A) Mirrors

(B) Detectors

(C) Prisms

(D) Photo tubes

Answer: (A)

10. Match the instrument with the detector.

List – I                                                            List – II

i. Atomic Absorption Spectrometer                a. Thermal conductivity

ii. Infra Red Spectrometer                              b. Hypersensitive Photoplate

iii. Emission Spectrograph                              c. Golay

iv. Gas liquid Chromatography                       d. Photomultiplier Tube


      a b c d

(A) iv iii ii i

(B) i iv iii ii

(C) i iii iv ii

(D) iii iv iii i