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Class 12 Biology - Chapter 4, Reproductive Health - NCERT Solutions of CBSE Sample Questions

CBSE Board - NCERT Guide for Class 12, Zoology (Biology)
Chapter 4, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

(NCERT Biology Questions Bank on Reproductive Health, important for CBSE Board Exam, MBBS Entrance Exams of Medical Colleges and other Admission Tests)

Class 12, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH 

Very Short Answer Type Hot Questions of 1 Mark (VSQ)

Question.1: What are IUDs?
Question.2: Give an example of non-medication IUDS.
Question.3: Name the contraceptive developed by CDRI, Lucknow.
Question.4: Name the content of Saheli.
Question.5: Name two STDs caused by bacteria.
Question.6: Name any incurable STD.
Question.7: Which age group is most vulnerable to contact STD?   Or
 Mention the age group where STDs are reported to be very high.
Question.8: What is Amniocentesis?
Question.9: Mention the principle of natural methods of birth control.
Question.10: Define ‘Infertility’.
Question.11: Who plays the greater role in procreation?
Question.12: Define RCH programme.
Question.13: Define ‘in vitro’ fertilization.
Question.14: Does the production of test tube babies improve the human race?
Question.15: Why is tubectomy considered a contraceptive method?

Class XII, NCERT Biology, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Short Answer CBSE Sample Questions (2 - 3 Marks)

Question.16: Describe the function of copper releasing IUDS.
Question.17: Give the name of contraceptive methods.
Question.18: How do oral pills help in birth control?
Question.19: Mention some ill-effects of contraceptives.
Question.20: What is meant by ‘Surrogate Mother’?
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(NCERT Biology Hot Questions important for CBSE Board Exam, Medical Entrance Examinations and other Admission Tests)

Class XII, REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH 

Long Answer Type CBSE Questions (5 Marks)

Question.21: Describe the contraceptive lactational amenorrhea method. What are the advantage and disadvantages of contraceptive lactational amenorrhea method?
Question.22: Mention some of the benefits of awareness about sex related matters of reproductive health.
Question.23: What are the Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART)? Describe the following assisted reproductive techniques: (i) IVF, (ii) ZIFT, (iii) GIFT, (iv) ICSI, (v) AI.
Question.24: Describe the surgical methods of contraceptive with well labelled diagram.
Question.25: What are the different ways by which people can be made aware of the significance of reproductive health and a reproductively healthy society? Or,
Suggest some important steps to improve reproductive health standards in India.
Question.26: Discuss on the Pathogens, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Transmission, Incubation, and Treatment for the following STDs - (a) AIDS, (b) Gonorrhea, (c) Syphilis, (d) Hepatitis B, (e) Genital Warts, (f) Genital Herpes 
Question.27: Give brief reasons for Infertility in males.
Question.28: Give brief reasons for Infertility in females.
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