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Medical Education Commission (MEC) is a National Medical Board of Nepal for providing the CEE exam and  Model Question Paper of Nepal.

It is an autonomous body, which has been established by the Government of Nepal for the development and regulation of medical education.

It was established in 2038 BS to regulate the board controls and regulates the quality of medical education at the bachelor and higher levels and coordinate the activities of various activities in the medical field of education in Nepal.

CEE Mock Test Papers are made available by different institutes. Those model question papers can be used by aspirants to practice the CEE Entrance examinations.

However, students take tests on the basis of their abilities and skills.

Introduction to CEE Nepal:

The Medical Education Commission (MEC) was established under the National Medical Education Act 2075 and the Government of Nepal. It has been conducting the Central Entrance Examination (CEE) for the last 4 years.

The Medical Education Commission (MEC) conducts the CEE entrance examination every year in order to offer admission to undergraduate courses in engineering in the universities of Nepal.

The CEE is a three-hour long exam that consists of a total of 120 marks.  The paper is divided into three sections- Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry.

The questions in the Mathematics section are 10 marks, the Physics section carries 30 marks, and the Chemistry section consists of 50 marks.

The CEE question paper Nepal is available online and aspirants can get it for FREE. The question paper will help the students get an idea about the type of questions asked in the exam and help them prepare better.

The present CEE examination system consists of a two-stage selection process. The first stage is the written examination and the second stage is the viva examination.

CEE Model Question Paper Nepal:

A model question paper is a replica of the question paper of an examination. It serves as an important tool for students who are appearing in the examination.

The model question paper is released by the examination authority a few months before the commencement of the examination.CEE Question Bank PDF: Latest Download Now.

Most of the questions in the model question paper are usually from the examination syllabus. This enables the students to get an idea about the type of questions that would be asked in the examination.

The students can also get an idea about the marking scheme of the examination from the model question paper.

Students are aware of their preparation and they can take tests themselves at home by practising the following questions and their patterns according to the latest syllabus.

The CEE question paper of Nepal has been released recently. The questions of this entrance examination paper have been set according to the latest syllabus.

In preparation for the entrance examination, it is very important to practice more question papers. This will help the students to know more about the examination and also they can get an idea about the marking scheme.

The CEE question paper is available in both PDF and online modes. The students can download it and practice it.

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CEE Questions and Answers:

1. Which of the following is correctly matched?
a) Traumatology – study of hairs
b) Splanchnology – study of joints
c) Tectology – study of structural organization
d) Sitology – study of whale

2. The mammals evolved from the reptiles in the:
a) Creataceous
b) Triassic
c) Devonian
d) Carboniferous

3. What was the principal missing element in Darwin’s concept of evolution?
a) Knowledge of heredity and variation
b) Concept of missing link
c) Convincing of fossil records
d) Concrete evidence for the operation of natural selection

4. Nearest ancestor of Homo sapiens is:
a) Neanderthal man
b) Java ape man
c) Cro-magnon man
d) Peking man

5. Contractile vacuole is present in:
a) marine protozoans
b) fresh water protozoans
c) both a & b
d) parasitic protozoans

6. Silicoblast is one of the:
a) Porocytes
b) Scleroblasts
c) Thesocytes
d) Calcoblast

7. Gyanecophoric canal is found in some members of:
a) Cestoda
b) Trematoda
c) Turbellaria
d) Aphsmida

8. Embryonated eggs of Ascais is:
a) An egg with gastrula
b) An egg after 2nd moult
c) An egg with juvenile
d) An unfertilized eggs

9. Body with distinct head and segmented body bears parapodia are the characteristic features of class:
a) Polychaeta
b) Oligochaeta
c) Hirudinea
d) Archianeelida

10. Housefly has:
a) 1 pair of wings
b) 2 pairs of wings
c) 3 pairs of wings
d) None

11. Axial gland is the other name of heart in:
a) Molluscs
b) Echinoderms
c) Crustaceans
d) Annelids

12. Foramen of Panizzae is associated with:
a) brain of reptile
b) lung of lizard
c) brain of rabbit
d) heart of lizard

13. Recurrence of high temperature in malaria at intervals is due to completion of:
a) Erythrocytic schizogony
b) Sporogony
c) gamogony
d) Exo-erythrocytic schizogony

14. Motile, elongated zygote of Plasmodium is found in
a) RBC of man
b) Gut of mosquito
c) Liver of human
d) Salivary glands of mosquito

15. Septal nephridia of earthworm poured into:
a) Buccal cavity
b) Intestine
c) pharynx
d) body surface

16. Supra-pharyngeal nerves in earthworm:
a) 1 pair
b) 4 pairs
c) 8 pairs
d) 12 pairs

17. In earthworm, larger pair of seminal vesicles is located in segment:
a) 10th
b) 11th
c) 12th
d) 13th

18. The phenomenon of neoteny leading to a axolotl larva is exhibited by:
a) all amphibians
b) all birds
c) some birds
d) some amphibians

19. In frog, they gray crescent is visible in
a) ovulated egg
b) unfertilized egg
c) fertilized egg
d) immature egg

20. Spiral valve in heart of frog is present in:
a) sinus venosus
b) truncus arteriosus
c) auricle and ventricle
d) right auricle

21. Paneth’s cells are found in:
a) Crypts of Liberkuhn
b) Peyer’s patches
c) Organ of corti
d) Islets of langerhans

22. Most of Carbondioxide from cell respiration is transported in the form of:
a) carbonic acid
b) Bicarbonates of K and Na
c) Sodium bicarbonate
d) dissolved Carbon dioxide

23. The internal carotid artery:
a) supplies impure blood to kidney
b) supplies oxygenated blood to brain
c) brings impure blood from the brain
d) supplies oxygenated blood to heart

24. Unique feature of pectoral girdle is:
a) Acetabulum
b) Foramen of magnum
c) Glenoid cavity
d) Olecranon process

25. Which membrane is a part of embryonic contribution to placenta formation?
a) Allantois
b) Yolk sac
c) Chorion
d) Amnion

26. Glucose and 75% water is absorbed in:
a) PCT
b) DCT
c) Collecting tubule
d) loop of Henle

27. Action potential in nerve cell is created by:
a) potassium ions
b) chloride ions
c) sodium ions
d) calcium ions

28. The tectorial membrane is found in:
a) the eye of frogs
b) the eye of mammals
c) the ear of mammals
d) the tongue of frogs and mammals

29. Which of the following is responsible for ‘calcification of bones’ by stimulating osteoblastic activity?
a) Insulin
b) ADH
c) Parathormone
d) Thyroxine

30. The expulsion of completely, developed foetus from the uterus is known as:
a) ovulation
b) oviposition
c) Gestation
d) parturition

31. Step ladder pattern of fever is present in
a) Typhoid
b) Tuberculosis
d) Cancer

32. Testis is connected to the abdominal cavity by:
a) Inguinal canal
b) Gubernaculums
c) Rete – testis
d) Laurer’s canal

33. Lymphocytes that activate B cells and T cells are:
a) Activator B cells
b) Cytotoxic T cells
c) Macrophages
d) Helper T cells

34. Which of the disease is not transmitted by housefly?
a) Typhoid
b) Yellow fever
c) Cholera
d) Dysentery

35. The outermost layer of skin called stratum corneum is composed by:
a) completely dead and keratinized cells
b) living and most actively dividing cells
c) most of dead keratinized cells but some living cells
d) living keratinized cells

36. Nissl granules are found in cyton of nerve cells. These granules are made up of:
a) Proteins
b) DNA
c) Amino acids
d) RER

37. Multi-unit smooth muscles occur on the walls of:
a) stomach
b) intestine
c) large blood vessels
d) urinary bladder

38. Tendons and ligaments are:
a) epithelial tissue
b) muscular tissues
c) fibrous connective tissue
d) connective tissue

39. Which of the following is not adaptive feature in volant adaptation of birds?
a) Uricotelic excretion
b) Preen gland
c) Arteodactyly
d) Short tail

40. The daily cycle of a activity that occur over a 24 hours period of time is called as:
a) Taxis behaviour
b) kinesis behaviour
c) Circadian rhythm
d) stimulus response

41. Light microscope has
a) single lens
b) two lens
c) no lens
d) illuminance by light

42. A bacterium containing tuft of flagella at both ends is called
a) lophotrichous
b) amphitrichous
c) cephalotrichous
d) peritrichous

43. Naked virus does not contain
a) capsid
b) capsule
c) envelope
d) nucleoid

44. Little leaf of cotton is caused by
a) viroid
b) bacteria
c) fungi
d) virus

45. Universal pigments of all algae are
a) chlorophyll-a and xanthophylls
b) chlorophyll-a and carotene
c) chlorophyll-b and carotene
d) chlorophyll-a and chlorophyll-b

46. During zygospore germination in Mucor
a) only meiosis take place
b) only mitosis take place
c) meiosis is followed by mitosis
d) mitosis is followed by meiosis

47. The perichaetial leaf is
a) covering of archegonia
b) covering of antheridia
c) covering of capsule
d) sporophytic structure

48. Frond is
a) diploid
b) haploid
c) haploid or diploid
d) triploid

49. The wood of Cycas is
a) monoxylic
b) porous
c) pycnoxylic
d) manoxylic

50. Strawberry reproduces through
a) seed
b) root
c) stem
d) leaf

Puskar Nath, a 19-year-old science stream graduate from Himalayan Whitehouse International College, is a budding author with a passion for sharing his thoughts and ideas through writing.

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