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mh0051 smu mba summer 2014 assignment

mh0051 smu mba summer 2014 assignment

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smu mba/bba/bca/mca assignment Summer 2014 season, sem (I , II , III , IV) in only Rs 700/ sem ( 6 sub) or Rs 125/question paper.
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smu mba/bba/bca/mca assignment Summer 2014 season, sem (I , II , III , IV) in only Rs 700/ sem ( 6 sub) or Rs 125/question paper.
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DRIVE Summer 2014 PROGRAM MBA (sem 3) MBADS (sem 3/sem 5)/PGDHSMN (sem 1) Semester 3 SUBJECT CODE & NAME MH0051
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 Health Administration BOOK ID-B1212 CREDIT & MARKS-4 Credits, 60 marks Q.1. Explain the types of epidemiological studies and list the uses of epidemiology. (Explanation of the types of epidemiological studies, Uses of epidemiology) 8, 2 ANS: Types of epidemiological studies: Observational studies:
In observational studies, the epidemiologist does not assign a treatment but
 
rather observes. For example, if the epidemiologist wanted to see if smoking
 
is related to lung cancer, she would not be able to ethically assign people to
 
smoke and not smoke, but rather would observe the  prevalence of who
 
(smokers vs. non) develops cancer.
 
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Q.2. Define health insurance. Discuss the different types of health insurance policies in India. (Definition of health insurance, Explanation of different types of health insurance policies in India.) 1, 9 ANS: Health Insurance:
 The year 1999 set the beginning of a new era for health insurance in the Indian context. With the passing of the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority Bill (IRDA) the insurance sector was opened to private and foreign participation, thereby giving way for the entry of private health insurance companies. The Bill also eased the establishment
 
 
Q.3.Define disaster management. Explain the steps in disaster management. (Definition of disaster management, Explanation of steps in disaster management) 1, 9 ANS: Disaster management:
It is considered that the number of natural disasters is increasing worldwide due to climatic changes. Still, disasters fascinate people. They bring on feelings of amazement and fear, and provide instances of courage, folly, and tragedy
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 in a sense, all the aspects of a greast drama. With the tropical climate and unsound land forms, matched with deforestation,
Q4. Discuss the occupational related legislations in India. (Listing the occupation related legislations in India, Explanation of any 3 occupation related legislations in India) 1, 9 Answer:
Following are the occupation related legislations in India:
 
Factories Act, 1948
 
Mines Act, 1952
 
Dock Workers (Safety & Welfare) Act, 1986
Q.5. Discuss the impact of lifestyle diseases on healthcare industry and economy. (Explanation of various impacts of lifestyle diseases on healthcare industry and economy) 10 ANS: Lifestyle diseases:
In addition to battling infectious diseases, India is grappling with the emergence of diseases such as AIDS as well as food-and water-borne illnesses. And as Indians live more affluent lives and adopt unhealthy western diets that are high in fat and sugar, the country is experiencing a rise in lifestyle diseases such as hypertension, cancer, and diabetes, which is reaching
Q.6: Discuss the government programs for nurturing newborns. (Listing the government programs for nurturing newborns, Explanation of programs for nurturing newborns) 2, 8 ANS: Listing the government programs for nurturing newborns:
 
Home-based new born care
 
Facility based new born care
 
Promotion of Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)
 
Child nutrition in the Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) programme-Breastfeeding
 
Routine immunization programme
 
Introduction of Hepatitis-B vaccine
 
Pulse polio immunization
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