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General Surgery Including Orthopaedics

  • Wound healing
  • Fluid and electrolytes
  • Nutritional Support
  • Wound infection, special infections, AIDs
  • Sterilization, methods and precautions
  • Transplantation
  • Tumors
  • Skin diseases and Plastic surgery. Burns.
  • Arterial disorders and venous disorders, Lymphatics
  • Accident and emergency Surgery
  • Cleft lip and palate
  • Disorders of salivary gland
  • Sutures
  • Thyroid
  • Parathyroid and Adernal glands
  • Breast
  • Thorax – Injureis and diseases of Lung, Diaphregm
  • Heart
  • Liver
  • Spleen
  • Gall bladder and Bileducts
  • Pancreas
  • Peritoneum, Omentum, Mesentry and Retroperitoneal spaces.
  • Small and large intestine
  • Intestinal obstruction
  • Appendix
  • Rectum
  • Anus and Anal Canal
  • Hernias
  • Urology
  • Fractures
  • Tumors of Bone, Benign and Malignant
  • Metabolic and Non infection disorders of bones and joints
  • Infection of Joints, Pyogoenic, Tuberculosis
  • Injuries of spine and pelvis & their management

Medicine

  • Cardinal manifestations and presentation of diseases
  • Nutritional diseases
  • Hematology
  • Infectious diseases
  • Disease of Cardio Vascular system
  • Diseases of Respiratory system
  • Diseases of Kidney and Urinary tract
  • Diseases of Gastro Intestinal system
  • Diseases of Immune system, connective tissue and joints
  • Endocrinology & Metabolism
  • Neurologic disorders
  • Environment and occupational hazards

Obstetrics And Gynaecology

  • Introduction to Obstetrics
  • Development of human placenta and embryo, anomalies of placenta and coord
  • Formation of liquor amni and its circulation
  • Anatatomical and physiological changes during pregnancy
  • Diagnosis of pregnancy
  • Methods of Obsterical and Pelvic examination and special investigations
  • Role of USG and Radiology in Obstetrics
  • Antenatal care including use of drugs during pregnancy
  • Antepartum, foetal surveillance in high risk pregnancies
  • Social Obstetrics
  • Anemia in pregnancy
  • Heart diseases in pregnancy
  • Diabetes, prediabetic state, glycoosuria in pregnancy
  • Respiratory diseases in pregnancy
  • Psychiatric disorders in pregnancy and purperium
  • Jaundice in pregnancy
  • Skin diseases in pregnancy
  • Urinary Tract infection in pregnancy including Asymptomaticbacteruria, chronic renal
  • infection in pregnancy, renal failure in pregnancy
  • Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy
  • APH-plalcentaprevia accidental haemorrhage and extra placental causeshypofibrinogenemis
  • diagnosis and management, DUC annuria
  • Rh factor Pathology Rh testing and management of pregnancy and new born.
  • Multiple pregnancy
  • Postmaturity
  • Intrauterine growth retardation
  • Intrauterine death
  • Recurrent pregnancy – wastages
  • Surgical Gynecological conditions with pregnancy
  • Abnormal position and presentations
  • Special cases
  • Normal Labour
  • Preterm Labour
  • Abnormal Uterine action
  • Prolonged labour
  • Normal Pelvis and foetal skull
  • Contracted Pelvis, CPD, Pelvic assessment
  • Obstructed Labour
  • Injuries of Genital Tract
  • Injury of the Urinary System
  • Obstetrical Palsy
  • Postpartum Collapse
  • Normal Pueperium
  • Puerperal infection
  • Neonatology
  • Obstetrical procedure
  • Anatomy of Uro Genital tract
  • Development of Urogenitaltract
  • Physiology of Menstruation, ovulation and Normal Contro
  • Gynaecological History taking, examination and investigation
  • Sex differentiation, asexuality & Intersexuality
  • Amenorrhoea causes, Diagnosis and Management
  • Infertility Male & Female causes, Diagnosis with investigation and management with newer modalities.
  • Dysmenorrhoea
  • Abnormal uterine bleeding
  • Trophoblastic tumors
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Infections of Genital tract
  • Genital prolapse Retroversion
  • Urinary Incontinence
  • Rectal inconteinence
  • Endommetrioosis and Adenornysis
  • Benign conditions and benign tumors
  • Pruritis
  • Chronic Vulval Dystrophies
  • Tumors of Uterus
  • Ovarian Tumors
  • Genital Cancers
  • Menopause
  • Role of USG & Radiology in Gynae
  • Preoperative and postoperative management & complications of major Gynae surgery.
  • Gynaecological surgery
  • MTP 1st and 2nd Trimester
  • Contraceptions including Voluntary surgical contraception.
  • Demography

Pediatrics

  • Basic sciences as applied to paediatrics
  • Growth and development.
  • Adolescence
  • Clinical biostatistics
  • Community paediatrics, including National Programmes.
  • Immunization
  • Nutritional requirements and nutritional disorders.
  • Infectious disease, including parasitic infestations
  • Infections- Respiratory, G.I, CNS, Genito-Urinary, Hematopoietic infections in neonates, infants, children and adolescents.
  • Systemic diseases.
  • Neonatology including antenatal paediatrics.

Preventive and Social Medicine

  • History of Preventive and Social Medicine.
  • Concepts of Health and Diseases.
  • Nutrition and Health
  • Social Science and Health
  • Environment & Health
  • Occupational Health
  • Genetics and Health
  • Public Health Administration
  • Demography and Family Planning
  • Maternal and Child Health
  • Immunity and Immunization
  • Epidemiology of communicable and non-communicable diseases.
  • National Control/Eradication programmes relevant to specific diseases.
  • Health Information systems for the routine and vital health statistics
  • Primary Health care-Principles, components and levels of practice in the health care
  • Health Education
  • International Health.

Forensic Medicine & Texicology

  • Medicolegal examination of injured person
  • Medicolegal examination of Rape victim
  • Medicolegal examination of Sodomy
  • Examination of accused of Rape
  • Medicolegal Examination of Intoxicated person
  • Procedure for conducting Medicolegal Post-mortem
  • Essential requirements for conduct of Medicolegal Post-mortem
  • Autopsy of Foctus
  • To calculate time since death on post-mortem
  • Examination of Skeletal remains
  • Technique of Viscera Preservation on post-mortem examination
  • Exhumation & Post-mortem
  • Medicolegal duties of Doctor in Poisoned Patients
  • Duties of a R.M.P
  • Procedure of recording Evidence
  • Recording of Firearm injuries
  • Forensic Science Laboratory
  • Post-mortem in case of Hanging and strangulation
  • Age Certification
  • Medical Jurisprudence
  • Forensic psychiatry
  • Thanatology
  • Deliriant poisons
  • Fire arm & bomb blast injury

 Anatomy

  • Cardiovascular system and lymphatic system-Blood supply of heart +lymphatic drainage of heart
  • Thoracic outlet syndrome
  • Abdominal quadrants
  • Vermiform appendix-Positions of appendix
  • Difference between male and female pelvis
  • Layers of Scalp
  • Triangles of neck, contents of anterior triangle
  • Paranasal sinuses with applied anatomy
  • Cartilages of larynx
  • Names of Cranial Nerves
  • Pharyngal arches
  • History of cardiac muscles
  • Difference between thick and thin Skin
  • Annual pancreas

Physiology

  • Nerve Muscles
  1. Neuromuscular transmission
  2. Muscle proteins(Biochemistry)
  3. Excitation-Contraction coupling
  • Blood
  1. Anemia
  2. Hemostatis
  • Respiratory System
  1. Mechanics of respiration-I
  2. Mechanics of respiration-II
  • Cardiovascular System
  1. ECG
  2. Exercise physiology
  3. Cardiovascular reflexes
  4. Special features of circulation in skeletal muscles and skin

Gastrointestinal System

  • Introduction of G.I. Physiology: General organization of G.I. tract
  • Pathophysiology of diarrheal disease

Nutrition

  • Diet during pregnancy and lactation
  • Diet during infancy and childhood

Environmental Physiology

  • Man in cold environment
  • Man in hot environment

Reproduction

  • Introduction to reproductive system

Kidney

  • Renal Tubular function-I
  • Renal tubular function-II
  • Micturition

General

  • CSF
  • Physiology of pain
  • Brain stem reflexs, stretch reflexes and tendon reflexes
  • Basal ganglia
  • Speech
  • Functional anatomy of eye
  • Functional anatomy of ear: impedance matching
  • Auditory pathway
  • Olfaction
  • Physiology of taste

Biochemistry

a. Molecular Biology-its role in Clinical Biochemistry

Structure, biochemical role of DNA and RNA, Genomes, Basic concepts of DNA & RN metabolism Replication, Transcription and Translation-importance of their inhibitors,Recombinant DNA technology and polymerase chain reaction-their role in medicine, Gene therapy, Genomics and Bioinformatics, their relevance to medicine.

b. Biochemical basis of Hormone action

Communication among cells and tissues, Molecular mechanism of action of Steroid hormones, hormones of pancreas, thyroid and parathyroid, Signal transduction, G-Proteins coupled receptors and second messengers, Role of leptins and adipocytokines.

c. Clinical Biochemistry

Organ function tests: Liver function tests, Kidney function tests, Thyroid function tests, Adrenal and Pancreatic function tests, Tumor markers and growth factors, Biochemical changes in pregnancy and lactation, Water and electrolytes balance and imbalance, Acid-base balance anddisorders. Total Quality Management of Laboratories, Internal quality control, External quality control, Accreditation of laboratories.

Microbiology

a. General Bacteriology
i. Sterilization/disinfection
ii. Culture media
iii. Antimicrobial sensitivity
iv. Bacterial genetics
b. System Bacteriology
i. Gram positive bacteria
ii. Gram Negative bacteria
iii. Mycobacteria
c. Immunology
i. Innate and Adaptive immune responses
ii. Hypersensitivity
iii. Autoimmunity
d. Virology
i. DNA/RNA viruses
ii. HIV
iii. Herpes viruses

Pharmacology

i. General Pharmacology
ii. Autonomic nervous system
iii. Cardiovascular system
iv. Central Nervous
v. Antibiotics and chemotherapy

ENT

  • Complications of Otitis media
  • Otosclerosis and tympanoplasty
  • BERA
  • Acoustic neuroma (tumors of ear)
  • FESS/ESS
  • Neurological affections of larynx
  • Hoarseness and tumors
  • Tracheostomy
  • Diseases and tumors of thyroid
  • ENT manifestation of AIDS

Ophthalmology

1 Lids
I. Entropeon
II. Ectropeon
III. Ptosis
2 Cornea
I. Corneal ulcer
II. Keretoconus
III. Lasik laser
3. Lens
I. Senile cataract
II. Subluxlated lens
III. Multifocal iol
4. Retina
I. Diabetic Retinopathy
II. Macular hole
III. Retinal detachment
5. Optic nerve
I. Optic atrophy
II. Pappiliedema
III. Dilated pupil

Radiology

  • Radiation Protection and hazards
  • Basics of x-ray, ultrasound, CT and MRI
  • Basics of PET & SPECT
  • Clinical indications/contraindications of CT, MRI and PET
  • Contrast media and their adverse reactions and their management
  • Radiological investigations like IVP, HSG, Barium studies
  • Ultrasonography and Doppler

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JKPSC Medical Officer Syllabus for Ayurvedic

Ayurveda Rthihasa (History Of Ayurveda) And Padarath Vigyan
  • Introduction of Ayurveda and brief knowledge of other systerns of rnedicine
  • Information of Ayurveda during different eras
  • Description of ancient Ayurveda and Astang Ayurveda
  • Introduction to the authors of classical texts during Samhita kal and their contribution
  • Introduction to the commentators of classical Samhitas
  • Introduction to the authors of Modern era
  • The factors that red to the deterioration ofAyurveda system of Medicine
  • Establishment of different committees and their recommendations
  • Introduction, recent developments & role of — Deptt. ofAyUSH, ccIM, CCRAS, National
  • Medicinal Plant board, TKDL, National Health Mission, National Ayush Mission.
  • Introduction to the activities of wHo in the promotion of Ayurveda
  • Basic principles ofAyurveda and their significance.
  • Pramanas and their clinical application
Rachna Sharir (Human Anatomy)
  • Sharir Vyakhya (Complete Concept)
  • Garbha SharirRachna @mbryology)
  • Asthi
  • Sandhi Sharir Rachna
  • Kosht4 Koshtanga and Aashaya
  • Sira, Dhamani, Srothas Sharir
  • Lasika sansathan,
  • Peshi sharir Rachna
  • Srotas and Granthi Sharir
  • Tawak Sharir
  • Utamanga, Marma and Indriya Sharir
  • Ayurvedic & Modern concept of all the Systems
Kriya Sharir.(Human physiolory)
  • Detailed concept of sharir and fundamental principles of Ayurveda Kriya Sharir. Difference between Shaarir and Sharir
  • Complete concept of Dosha, Dhatu, updhatu and Mala
  • Factors responsible for Kshya and Vriddhi of Dosha and their manifestation
  • Concept of Kriyakala
  • Complete concept of prakrti
  • Detailed concept, classification and significance of Ahara, vipaka, Agni and oja.
  • Concept of Indriya (including Mana), Atama and Nidra
  • Concept ofAshraya- Ashrayi Bhava
  • Physiology of all systems of human body e.g; Respiratory system, circulatory system, neryous systems, digestive system etc. @oth Ayurvedic & Mo<rern concept)
  • Vitamins and minerals: sources, daily requirement, functions, manifestations of hypo and hyper vitaminosis
  • Description of Immunity and its classification and mechanism involved in immunity
Dravyaguna Vigyan
  • Detailed study of Dravya, guna,Rasa, Vipak a,yirya,prabhava, Karma and other terminologies used in Dravyaguna.
  • Knowledge of Important drugs/herbs/plants.
Rasa Shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana
  • Definition & etymology of Rasa, History of Rasa Shastra, concept of Rasa- Rasayan.
  • Concept, definition and types of puta
  • Detailed study of parada
  • Brief introduction of Quality control, standardization and GMp of Rasaousharlhies
  • Detnilcd ‘strrdy of Maharasu, Uparasa, sadharana Rasa, Dhatu, Ratna,Up ratana,sudha yarga, Sikta varga, Kshara yarga, Visha,Upvisha
  • Detailed study of panchvidha kashaya Kalpana, Sneha Karpana, sandhana Karpana
  • Brief knowledge of Drugs & cosmetics Act 1940 andrules 1945
  • Introduction of Pharamcovigilance, its status in India with reference to Ayurvedic drugs
Agadtantra
  • Manifestation ofpoisoning due to poisons ofplant origin and animal origin, their fatal dose, fatal period and management ofpoisoning, post mortem appearance and its medico legal importance
  • visha, upvisha, Garvisha, Dushi visha, Jangam visha in detair
Swasthavritta
  • Definition of Swastha as per Ayurveda and WHO
  • Dinacharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya in detail
  • Sadvritta and Acahra Rasayan in detail.
  • Trayopstambha in detail
  • Sankramak Roga in detail
  • Janpadhodhwansa in cletail
  • General introduction of Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Pranayama, Shatkarma, Shatchakara
  • Pratayahara,Dharana, Dhayana and Samadhi
  • Nisargopachara in detail
  • National Health Policy – Health statistics, National Health programmes and National Nutritional programmes
  • Alma Ata Declaration
Rog-Viryan Evam Vikriti Vigyan @athology)
  • Nidan Panchaka vigyan and shatkri yakaal – its importance and complete concept
  • Dosh, Dhatu, Updhatu and Mala_ its complete concept
  • Detailed classification of diseases according to srotas with their signs and symptoms along with modem concept.
  • vyadhi Kshamatva*its conce’t, impofta.ce and varieties
  • Rog- Rogi Pariksha- Detail concept
  • AshtaNindita roga
  • AshtaMahagada
  • upasarga janyavyadhi ( communicabre diseases) – detail concept.
  • Krimiroga vigyanam in detail with modem concept
  • Ojo vigyana
  • Dosh, Dhatu, Mala Gati, Vridhi, evam kshya in detail.
  • Srotas vivran
  • Aavaran
  • Detail knowledge about various hematological, biochemical, stool, urine tests, ECG, X- Ray,MRI
Kaya Chikitsa (Medicine)
  • Etiopathogenesis, symptoms and relevant Ayurvedic and modern management of all types of Jawara (fever)
  • chikitsa sutra and management of disesases of all the srotas both ayurveda and modern.
  • Diseases of different endocrine glands– Thyroid, Parathyroid, pituitary, pancreas, Adrenal gland and their management
  • General Introduction, types and management of diseases caused by vyadhi Kshamatav hinta ( lmmuno deficicncy diseases), Auto immune disorders.
  • Concept of Rasayan and Vajikarn,
  • Nidan evam chikitsa of urusutambha” G.B. Syndrome, Muscular dystrophy, Myasthenia Gravis, MND, Neuraliga
  • Detailed Concept of Vata Vayadhi with management
Panchkarma
  • Panchkarma- Introduction, classification, importance for promotion of health, prevention and treatment of disease.
  • Trividha Karma- purv4 pradhana and paschtakarma with their importance.
  • Indications of Shodana and shodana according to Ritu.
  • General principle of Doshgati from Koshta to Shaka and vice-versa
  • General precautions (pariharya vishya) for panchkarma
  • Importance of Koshta and Agni parikshan in context of panchkarma
  • Snehana, Swedana- their definition, classification and types, procedure, indications, contraindications, comprications and their management. Jgerana and , Jeeryaman Lakshana, samyak yoga, Atiyoga and Ayoga in case of –r shodanartha snehapana. General precautions during Sagni Swedana Methods to protect vital organs during swedana. Samyak yoga, Ayoga and Atiyoga of swedana. Drugs used for Snehana and Swedana with their mode of action.
  • Detailed knowledge of following procedure- Sankara/Pinda Sweda-Ruksha and Snigdha Sweda Patrapinda Sweda, Jambir Pinda Sweda,Baluka Sweda,Churna pinda Sweda, Kukkutand Pinda Sweda, Shashtika Shalipinda Sweda, Nadi Sweda, Vashpa Sweda, Ksheer Seka, Kwath Seka, Avagaha Sweda,Dhanymla Dhara Parisheka Sweda, pizichil, Upanaha Sweda, Annalepa, Kati Basti, Janu Basti, Greeva Basti, Urobasti, Shirodhara, Shirobasti, Shiropicchu.
  • Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshan- their Detailed study with Etymology, definition, Procedure, types, indications, contraindication, complications and their management, Samyak yoga, Atiyoga, Ayoga,Types of Shudhhi- Hina, Madhya, pravara Shudhi. Drugs used for these Karmas with their mode of action.
  • Detailed study of Samsarjana Kram
Kaumar Bhritya (Paediatrics)
  • Introduction of Kaumara Bhritya
  • Stage of childhood and classification of age
  • Growth and development, dentition
  • Nutrition according to different ages. Breast Milk, Dhatri and Milk substitutes
  • Garabha vridhi vikas kram ( Brief Month wise Development of Foetus)
  • Milestone development during infancy and childhood
  • Concept ofvarious Sanskaras
  • Cenoral Aushadhi Matra Nirdharan
  • Prasavkaleen Abhigak
  • Brief description of Sahaj Vyadhi (congenital disorders, Genetic disorders), prasavutaar vyadhi (Neonatal disorders), Kuposhanjanya vyadhi (Malnutrition), Upsargika vyadhi l n fecti ous diseases), Dushta Stanyapanaj anya Vyadhi
  • Behavioral disorders of children
  • lmmunization Schedule
Prasuti Tantra Evam Stri-Rog (Gynae and Obst.)
  • Stri Sharir Vigyan
  • Rajo Vigyana
  • Garbha Vigyana (Embryology), Garbhani Vyapad
  • Prasav Vigyana, Prasav Vyapad.
  • Sootika Vigyan, Aratva Vyapad, Yoni Vyapad, Vandatayva, Stan Roga.
  • Rirth control methods
  • STD’s
Shalalrya Tantra
  • Shalakya Definitions, History and development of Branches of ShalakyaNethra (Eye), Sirarsa (Head), Karna (Ear), Nasa (Nose) and Mukha (Mouth)
  • Nethra Roga – (Eye Diseases)
  • Shiroroga – (Head Diseases)
  • Karna Roga – (Ear Diseases)
  • Nasa-roga (Nasal Disorders)
  • Mukha Rog. (Oral Diseases)
Shalya (Surgery)
  • Origin of Shalya Tantra, the place of Shalya Tantra in eight Fold Ayurveda, Deterioration of Surgery in Ayurveda.
  • Classification of Diseases.
  • Management of Raktasarva (Haemostasis) in Ayurveda and Modern.
  • Bandaging.
  • Paschath Karma (Post operative care)
  • Application of kshara (Caustics).
  • Arbuda (Tumours) and Bhagana in detail
  • Diseases of the chest, diseases of the breast, breast abscess, diseases of pleura.
  • Diseasesoftheliver.Prostrate,kidney,ureter,urethraandurinarybladder’
  • Mutraghat, Mutrakriccha’ Ashamari Roga
  • Fissure, Fistula, piles – etiopathogenesis and their management’
  • Trividha karma, Ashwidha Shastra Karma
  • Marma_itsclinicalapplicationincontextofsurgicalknow|edge.
  • Kshara sutra_ preparation, indication, contraindication, method of application’ complication and their management’
  • Agni Karma

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JKPSC Medical Officer Exam Pattern

JKPSC released the recruitment notification for 97 Medical Officer posts. For those candidates who want to crack this exam, we are providing the JKPSC Exam Pattern in detail. Getting knowledge on the exam pattern is imperative for the candidates who are attending for the JKPSC Medical Officer Exam. By knowing the exam pattern, contenders will get an idea about the time management during the exam. Have a look!!

  • JKPSC MO Exam will be held for the 200 marks.
  • The tome duration of exam will be 2 hours.
  • There is no reduction of marks (negative marking) for the wrong answers.
  • Written test will be conducted on the particular subjects which are related to their topics as mentioned in syllabus.

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