CSIR NET Memory Based Question for Life Science 17 Feb, Shift I & II: Questions Asked, Download PDF

By Renuka Miglani|Updated : February 17th, 2022

CSIR NET Life Science Memory Based Question 17 February, Shift 1 & 2: The last day of the CSIR NET June 2021 exam ended with the successful completion of both shifts i.e.,1 & 2 on 17 February 2022 and we are here with all the questions of shift 1 & shift 2 of Life Science questions asked on 17 February today. The NTA has successfully conducted all the examinations for CSIR NET in June 2021. 

We have previously provided a comprehensive CSIR NET Life Science Exam Analysis of the CSIR UGC NET Exam for Part A, B & C of 17 February Shift 1 & 2. Candidates can check the below article to download a PDF of all the memory-based questions.

 

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Key Highlights of CSIR NET 17 February 2022 Life Science Shift 1 & 2

  • There were two shifts on 17 February 2022 that is, the first shift was conducted from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM, and the second shift was conducted from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
  • There were a total of 145 questions in today's paper, the difficulty level was in the range of Moderate to Difficult.
  • However, the reasoning section was Easy, and as expected Quantitative Aptitude section was conceptual and time-consuming.
  • The maximum of the questions was from the Numerical Ability section. 

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CSIR NET Life Science Memory Based Questions 17 Feb, Shift 1: Part A

The aspirants can check the detailed analysis on the questions that were asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Part A for shift 1 with all the details.

Part A Quantitative Aptitude:

Candidates can check below the questions of Part A Quantitative Aptitude asked in today's CSIR NET life Science 17 February 2022, Shift 1, and hence can analyze their score accordingly.

S.No. QuestionsTopic
1A person sold a product at 10% profit and the same product at 10% loss. Find total loss or gain?Profit & Loss
2A boat takes 5 days to travel from A to B along a river. If It takes 7 days to return from B to A. How many days will it take for a raft to drift from A to B (all speeds stay constant)?Boat & Stream
3There are 3 colour balls red, Blue, Green and also there is a colour same colour box. What is the probability that the same colour ball will not fall in the same colour box?Probability
4

A free disc was Thrown 3 times and got six every time. What is the probability of getting a six one more time?

Probability
5A person starting from point A goes 1 mile south, then 1 mile east and then 1 mile North. What is the direction?Distance & Distance 
6(Not Confirmed)

Part A Reasoning:

S.No.Questions Topic
1.The time is 1:00 pm and the angle b/w long and shorthand of the watch is 40°. After 6 hours how many times the angle will be repeatedClock

Part A General Science:

S.No.QuestionsTopic
  1.If a plant with green leaves is kept in a dark room with only green light on. What will happen?Biology

CSIR NET Life Science Memory Based Questions 17 Feb, Shift 1: Part B & C

The aspirants can check the detailed analysis on the questions that were asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Part B & C for shift 1 with all the details.

Sr. NoQuestions AskedTopics
1Values were given. Km = 10mM, Vmax=100umol/min, S= 10mM. Calculate
the Vo
Molecules & Their Interaction Relevant to Biology 
2Match the following.
A. Basal angiosperm i. Brassicaceae
B. Lamids ii. Cucurbitaceae
C. Malvid iii. Solanaceae
D. Fabids iv. Nymphaeaceae
Diversity of Life Forms
3If a plant with green leaves is kept in a dark room with only green light on. What will happen?
A. The plant appears brighter than the
surroundings
B. The plant appears darker than the
surroundings
C. We cannot distinguish the plant from
the surroundings
D. It will have above-normal
photosynthetic activity
System Physiology - Plant
4How many hydrogen bonds with the backbone of CO and NH will be there in alpha-helix containing 15 amino acid residues?Molecules & Their Interaction Relevant to Biology
5Widal test used for screening of enteric fever is based onDiversity of Life Forms
6Shade leaves and sunlight leaves have a difference in terms of
i. Thickness of leaves
ii. Number of stomata
iii. Poor dark reaction phase
iv. More chlorophyll
System Physiology - Plant
7In the Calvin-Benson cycle, ATP is used in which phases.System Physiology - Plant
8Which of the following does not possess
a Fe-S cluster in the redox reaction.
A. NADH reductase
B. Succinate dehydrogenase
C. Cytochrome c oxidase
D. Cytochrome C reductase - NADH
reductase
System Physiology - Plant
9Which organism causes filariasis?Diversity of Life Forms
10Calculate the pI of lysine when K1, K2 and K3 were givenMolecules & Their Interaction Relevant to Biology
12What happens to the saturation curve of haemoglobin when pH is increasedMolecules & Their Interaction Relevant to Biology
13Recessive homozygous genotype = 0.04. Calculate homozygous dominant genotypeInheritance Biology
14Donor = A+b+c+d+e+
recipient = A–b – c – d – e –
Co-transformed obtained = A+ & b+ / c+ & e+/ b+ c+ & d+
Find the gene order
Inheritance Biology
15

If green leafy plant kept in dark room with only green light. What will you observe?

System Physiology - Plant
16

Which has the lowest intrinsic growth rate (r)

Ecological Principles
17

Plant Character

  1. liverworts i. Unicellular rhizoids
  2. Ryossess ii. Multicellular rhizoids 

iii. Pyrenoids

  1. stomata on sporophyte
  2. dominant gametophyte 
Diversity of Life Forms
18 

Ery Activity

UV optimal foraging

visible photosynthesis

infrared plant water relation

short-infrared

Photosynthesis
19

Compound Skeleton

Phenolic xprating  5-Cisoprene unit

Alkaloids

Terpenoids N-containing

Cyanogenic glycoside aromatic amene with OH

System Physiology - Plant
20G1/S cyclin (which phase it is activated)Cellular Organisation
21Role of Rb with E2fFundamental Processes
22Difference between cell & cancer stem cellCell Communication & Cell Signalling
23Arrange the following in increasing
total productivity.
A. Tropical rainforest
B. Coral reefs and algal beds
C. Open ocean
D. Marshes and swamps
Ecological Principles
24A bacterium with 100 cells has a
doubling time of 2 hours. What will the
number of cells be after 2 hours and 9
hours?
Cellular Organisation

CSIR NET Life Science Memory Based Questions 17 Feb, Shift 2: Part A

The aspirants can check the detailed analysis on the questions that were asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Part A for shift 2 with all the details.

Part A Quantitative Aptitude 

Candidates can check below the questions of Part A Quantitative Aptitude asked in today's CSIR NET life Science 17 February 2022, Shift II, and hence can analyze their score accordingly.

S.No. QuestionsTopic
1If P+1/Q = 1 & Q+1/R = 1, then what is PQR ?Number System
210 m wide strip each on arctic Circle, equator and tropic of cancer. Find out which strip would have a larger areaMensuration
3During air ticket checking, one person gets caught some time, find the probability that how much time he would be caught.Probability

Part A Reasoning 

S.No.Questions Topic
1.How many squares are there in this figure?

Figure Counting

Part A Data Interpretation

S.No.QuestionsTopic
  1. Bar Graph

Part A General Science

S.No.QuestionsTopic
  1. If a 3-metre car moving with a velocity of 7 m/s. Then what time it will take to cross a 4m long Bus?Physics

CSIR NET Life Science Memory Based Questions 17 Feb, Shift 2: Part B & C

The aspirants can check the detailed analysis on the questions that were asked in the CSIR NET Life Science Part B & C for shift 2 with all the details.

Sr. No

Questions Asked

Topics

1

The peptide with tyrosine, valine and alanine, charge on pH 5?

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Protein Biology

2

100 amino acid peptide, find out solubility graph on pH 7

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - protein Biology

3

Nitric oxide signalling-Cyclic GMP

System Physiology - Plant - Nitrogen Metabolism

4

SINE- retrotransposons.

Cellular Organisation - Transposons

5

TLR 2 knock-out effect

Applied Biology

6

Genome is responsible for Rubisco enzyme formation.

System Physiology - Plant - Photosynthesis

7

PFK-1 - positive modulator- regulation

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Glycolysis

8

Melting of nucleic acid and absorbance at 260 nm.

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Nucleic Acids

9

MAP kinase pathway

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Cell Signaling

10

Which nucleic acid has a  high melting point. (high GC content)

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Nucleic Acids

12

DNA DETECTION techniques 

Methods in Biology - Molecular Biology & Recombinant DNA Methods

13

Nuclear localisation sequence.

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Cell Signaling

14

Matching

Topoisomerase I, Topoisomerase II, DNA Pol alpha and DNA Pol delta

Fundamental Processes - DNA Replication

15

A protein x was treated with DTT and the sulfhydryl group was blocked later that protein was treated with chymotrypsin and we got 5 fragments. Find out the disulphide bond between cysteine.

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Protein Biology

16

Unidirectional DNA REPLICATION diagram showing  LEADING and LAGGING STRAND

Fundamental Processes - DNA Replication

17

Photosynthesis - z scheme.

  1. Accessory pigments transfer elections to the Photo reaction centre.
  2. P680- Qa
  3. D1 is encoded by PSD D

System Physiology - Plant - Photosynthesis

18

Activation of NK and CTL cells upon viral  Infection*

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Immunology

19

B cell developmental marker

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Immunology

20 

Ramachandran plot

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Protein Biology

21 

Vesicular transportation

Cellular Organisation - Structural Organisation & Function of Organelles

22 

IGg experimental based question

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Immunology

23 

Trp operon - mutation was operator and E gene

Fundamental Processes - Control of Gene Expression

24

GPCR- dag and IP3 PATHWAY.

Cell Communication & Cell Signaling - Cell Signalling

25

Pi value of peptide. Pk1, pk2 and pkr

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Protein Biology

26

Coenzyme factors- B12 is an organometallic compound. Vitamins.

Molecules and Their Interaction in Biology - Metabolism of Vitamins

27

Cell cycle regulation. Cyclin B degradation, cyclin B, cdk degradation, rb blocks G2/M transition, cdk phosphorylation and dephosphorylation., SIC INHIBITION OR g1-s transition

Cellular Organisation - Cell Cycle Regulation

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VanshikaFeb 18, 2022

Ma'am life sciences ka net ki pdfs download ni ho rhi hai kl ka exam ki ... Shif 1 n 2

FAQs

  • According to the aspirants who applied for the CSIR NET Life Science Examination, part A of the question paper in the range of Easy to Moderate.

  • According to the aspirants of the CSIR NET Life Science Examination, the most time-consuming section of the paper was section B, as this section needed a lot of conceptual knowledge to get done.

  • As per the aspirant's review, the question paper was most likely to be considered Moderate to difficult. Section A was some easy, however section B and C was a bit time consuming and needed a strong conceptual knowledge to get done.

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