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SC-0696

FIRST YEAR B.Se. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000


(1998-99 Batch)
SOCIOLOGY
Time :' Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Instructions to (:andidates :
,(1) Your answer should be specific to the question asked.
(2) Draw a labelled neat diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays: Answer any two of the following:
1 Explain how social factors influence health and illness.

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2 Describe the functions of primary and secondary groups.
3 What is Sociology? Explain the importance ofstudy of sociology.
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(2 x 10 =20 marks)

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II. Short Essays : Answer any eight of the following :­
4 Importance of Hindu Marriage Act of 1955 for Women.
5 Negative effects of social isolation.
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6 Consequences of social change.


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7 Health problems of Rural community.


8 Social mobility.
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, 9' Adverse effects of caste.


10 Functions of competition.
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11 Importance of social mores.


12 Health beliefs relating to food.
l~Yroblems of working women.
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(8 x 5
III. Short Answers: Answer the following in not more than four sentences each :
14 Write the meanings' of the root words from which the term sociology is derived.
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15 Define socia1.iZation.
16 List the health conseqllences of poverty.
17 Explain social conflict.
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18 Define social system.
19 Explain social planning. \
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20 What is paedocentric family? l
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21 Explain the llew code of criminal procedure-Section 125.
22 List the commo~ social problems of urban community.
23 Explain assimilation.
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(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
SOCIOLOGY
TIme : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
, Your answer shall .be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat and labelled !,¢irlgrams wherever necessary.
I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

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.V Explain the process of socialization.
2 Describe the advantages of co-:-operation and competition.
J Explain the various forms of Marriage.

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(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)

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'-*' Health benifits of social isolation.

4JV'Adverse.effects of in-groups.
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~ Characteristics of human society.

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~ Benefits of joint faniil~

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ealth problems of urban communi~~

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: /Characteristics of caste"

.~ Social mobility.

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11 Malthusian theory of population.

12 Social mores.

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~ Health effects of 1.,ll\employment.


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III. ShortAnswers : .'

. t-i<' Define Acco~odation.

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~ Defin Culture-lag.:,

16 What is ethno centrism?

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~Explain fretemal polyandry.. .

18 What is varna system'?

19 Dowry Prohibition Act-mention recent amendments.

20 Define Assimilation.

~Explain sociat telesis.

~ What are the health problems of untouchables?

tJ3-" Define Crowd.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
SC-0693
FIRST YEAR B.Se. NVRSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
(98-99 Batch)
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Tune: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
I. Long Essays: Answer any two of the following:
1 What is psychology? How does psychology help in good n~patient relationship?

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2 Explain the meaning of attitudes. Describe the processes involved in attitude change.
3 Explain the cauSes of individual differences.

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(2 x 10 =20 marks)
II. Short Essays : Answer any eight :.. ;;.:.

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4 Nature and type of personality tests .

. 5 Maslow's need Hierarchy theory.

6 Emotions and feelings. Its implication on behaviour.

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7 Importance of heriditary and enviornment in the development of behaviour.

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S Tests on intelligence-Nature and the types.

9 Factors influencing process of thinking.

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10 Need for evaluation in teaching.

11 Insightful learning in acquisition of knowledge.

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12 Levels of functioning in behaving organisms.

13 Determinants of attention and concentration.

(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers:

14 Problem solving methods.

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15 Causes of forgetting.

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16 Laws of learning.

17 Individual difference in behaviour.

18 Define personality..

19 Conflict resolution.

20 Extra-sesory perception.

21 Determinants of attention.

22 Biological motives.

23 Aims of Educational psychology.

(10 x 2 =20 marks)


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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
NUTRITION
(Old Scheme)
. TJll1e: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)
1 List out the different types of vitamins, discuss the sources, deficiency symptoms and treatment

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of thiamine.
2 Critically examine the role of diet, in old age and plan menu for them.
3 What is meant by Recommended Dietary Allowanc~s (RDA) ? How do you plan a balanced diet

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for pregnant women? Give RDA for pregnant women..'
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays :. (Answer any eight) .
4 Write dietary sources, deficiency and physiological functions of Vitamin K
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5 Define Proteins, and Vl[rite classification of proteins.
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6 Effects of Vitamin A deficiency. .
7 What are the measures should be taken to conserve nutrients during storage and cooking?
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8 Write the factors which are affecting calcium absorption.


9 Write the names and objectives of the specific programmes which have been started by the
government to prevent!control the following deficiency diseases :­
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(a) Anae:mi.a. (b) Goitre.

10 Write short notes 'cm scurvy.

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11 Classify the foods based on their functions .

.12 Write essay on mid-day school meal.

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13 Effects of cooking on food constituents.

(8 x 5 =40 marks)
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III. Short Answers:

14 Define Goitre.

15 Define Protein energy'malnutrition.

16 Define Essential fatty acids and give examples.

17 Effects of excessive intake of NaCI.

18 Functions ot' applied nutrition programmes.

19 Expand UNICEF, FAD.

20 Define Pressure cookin~ Deep frying•.

21 Oassification of carbohydrates.

22 Digestion and absorption of fats.

23 Effects of poverty on anaemia.

(10 x 2 =20 marks)


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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
NUTRITION
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be SRecific to the question asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essay : (Answer any two) :

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1 What is a "Balanced Diet" ? What are the causes for Malnutrition ? Elaborate about
kwashorkor and Marosmus.
2 List out the nutritional problems_commonly found among pregnant women. plan balanced
diet for normal pregnant and lactating women at moderate and high cost level.

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3 Nutrition as health problem in India. Discuss:
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II. Short Essay : (Answer any eight) :
1 Define steaming and baking. How will you prepare egg flip and albumin water ?
2 Explain the functions of calcium in Human body.
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3 List the deficiency signs of Vitamin A. Explain the causes of DevelOpment of Deficiency
and the signs.
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4 Classify the carbohydrates and explain about mond saucharios.


S List out the common deficiencies observed in your hospital patients and explain different
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types of diet they are supplied from your hospital kitchen.


6 What are the common deficiency conditions of Vitamin C and list out any three sources of it ?
7 List the important processing and cooking methods, and explain briefly about effect of
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cooking on carbohydrates and fats.


8 What are the important functions of dietary protein and enumerate the protein metabolism '7
9 Explain any two of the following :­
(a) ICas ; (b) UNICEF; (c) FAC.
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10 Write an essay on Mid-day Meal School Programme.


(8 X S = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers.

1 List the factors which are influencing blood glucose levels.

2 Define Nutrition and Health.

3 List any two rich sources of vitamin B6•

4 Write any two factors affection on calcium absorption.

S Write any two functions of potassium.

. 6 Write the standards for basal metabolism.


7 List the water soluble vitamins.
8 Define Pem.
9 List out any two Vitamin K deficiency disorders.
10 Define Endemic Goiter. (lOX 2 = 20 marks)
SC-1114
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
MICROBIOLOGY
TIme: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

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1 Write briefly on poliomyelitis and prophylaxis.

2 Mention the methods of sterilisation and give an account on moist heat sterilisation.

3 Mention the sources of infection and give an account of preventing hospital infection.

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(2 x 10 =20 marks)
II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)

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-4 Anaphylaxis.
5 Immunisation sChedule:,
•6 Urinary tract infection.
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7 Meningitis. \..

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Candidiasis.

9 Biological vectors.

10 Food poisoning.

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11 Staining methods of bacteria.

12 Antibiogram.

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13 Tapeworm.

(8 x 5 =40 marks)
III. Short Answers':
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14 Nutrition~
requirement of bacte.ria.

15 Name five biologi~ vectors. '

16 Blood agar. '

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17 Carriers.'

18 Cholera vaccine.

19 Measles.

20 Fungal infection of skin.

21 Mycetoma foot.

22 Iatrogenic infection.

23 Allograft.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
SC-0689
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC)
DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH including FAMILY WELFARE
(1996-1997 and 1997-1998 Batches)
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be s,,-ecific to the question asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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1. Long Essay·: (Write any two) :

1 Define Family Welfare Programme.

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Explain the scope of Family Welfare Planning Services.
2 Define Primary Health Care. Explain the principles of primary health care.
3 Name some National and International Health Organisations. Enumerate the functions

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of UNICEF.
(2 X 10 =20 marks)

II.· Short Essays. (Answer any eight of the following) :­


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1 Enumerate the characteristics of mentally healthy person.
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2 State the methods used for removal of hardness of water in domestic scale.
3 Explain the types of ventilation.
4 What are the methods employed to control insects and Rodent ?
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5 Define Menstrual Hygiene. What education will you give to teenage girls in relation
to menstrual hygiene ?
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6 State the criteria for healthful hOUSing.


7 Write the sources of refuse in a urban area.
8 List the Nutritional Programmes in India.
9 Explain the trends of community health.
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10 List the different methods of disposal of Human Excreta.


(8 x 5 =40 marks)
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III. Short Answers.

1 Lists the functions of Indian Red Cross Society.

2 What are the aims of sewage purification?

3 Why community participation is important in primary health care?

4 Write. the importance of sex education.

5 How will you prevent food poisoning at domestic level ?

6 Enlist the sources of poor health.

7 Enumerate the methods of safe disposal of dead.

8 Indicate the importance of Family Health Counselling.

9 Write the importance of Menstrual Hygiene.

10 Control of air pollution. /


(10 X 2 = 20 marks)
SC-0695

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FIRST YEAR B.Se NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000


(1998-99 Batch)
INTRODUCTION- TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
Time: Three Hours -Maximum: 80 Marks
Instructions to Candidates :
(1) Answers shall be specific to the questions asked.
(2) Draw 'neat -and labelled diagram wherever necessary.

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I. - Long Essays: Answer any two of the following:
1 (a) list health conditions related to nutrition. (2 marks)

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(b) What is balanced diet? (1 mark)
(c) Explain the role ofcommunity health nurse iIi mitritioneducation programme.

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(7 marks)
2 (a) What is "safe wate.rll ? (2 marks)

(b) Mention the water-borne diseases.; (3 marks)


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(c) Explain the rapid sand filtration method of purifying water. (5 marks)
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.3 (a) list the causes of air pollution. (4 marks)


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(b) What are the measures to be taken for prevention of air pollution ? (6 marks)
II. Short Essays : Answer any eight :­
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4 Environment and health. 5 Primary health care.

6 Health promotion. 7 Appropriate technology. ­


8 Community health team. 9 Anaemia.

10 Housing. 11 Growth chart.

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12 Barriers of communication. 13 Principles of health educ~tiofi.

(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers: (State the meaning)

14 Oral rehydration. 15 Night blindness.

16 Quarantine. 17 Herd immunity.

18 Death rate. 19 Trained dai.

20 Air-borne disease. 21 Super-chlorination.

22 Felt need. 23 Host.


(10 x2 = 20 marks)
SC-0690
FIRST YEAR B.Se NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000.
(98-99 Batch) /

ANATOMY
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Instructions to Candidates:
(1) Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.
(2) Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays: Answer any two of the following:

1 Describe Aorta with a mention of its structure.

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2 Describe trachea with a mention of its structure.

3 Describe stomach with a mention of its importance.

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(2 x 10 =20 marks)
II. Short Essays : Answer any eight :­
4 Mention briefly about ovary.

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5 Mention briefly about larynx.

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6 Mention briefly about caecum and appendix.

7 Mention briefly about bronchial tree.

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8 Portal circulation.

9 Suprarenal cortex-Structure and importance.

10,. Brief mention about autonomic nervous system.

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11 ,Brief mention about organ of hearing.

1:( Brief mention about structure of vision.

13". Mention briefly about cranial nerves.

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(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. .Short Answers:

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14 Parathyroid gland-Structure.

15 Urinary bladder position.

16 Kidney~ Coverings.

17 Tongue-:-function•.

18 Biceps, triceps - actions.

19 Larynx pharynx - difference..

20 Flexion extension -difference.

21 Permanent sterilization in male.

22 Hip joint.

23 Draw the uterus and name the parts.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
(Old Scheme-1996-97 and 1997-98 Batch)
Tune: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

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1 (a) Define "Respiration".

(b) Name the factors which can alter the respiration.

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(c) Desc;nbe six types of abnormal respiration.
(2 + 2 + 6 = 10 marks)
2 (a) Functions ot S.N.A. (Student Nurses Association). "

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(b). Is nursing a profession? .

(c) State the nursing educational programmes available in our State.


(2 + 4 + 4 = 10 marks)
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3 {a} State the basic human needs and explain how are they affected during illness.
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(b) Draw a format for health assessment of a 30 year old man.
(5 +5 =10 marks)
[2 x 10 =20 marks]
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II.· Short Es~ys : (Answer any eight)


4 Explain the orgaJ)isation of nursing service department in our Government Hospitals.
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5 State. the international development ofnursing. ' ~~\


6 Ust ~e comf~rt measures ~ for patients.
7 DescribeI,1ursmg process WIth s~ps.
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8 Mention the a~tration of medicine. ' .:, !' 'i


9 Explain the hygieriiccare of a patient , t [;.... '..' /\," , \
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10 Name th~ st~ges and care of dying. ~,.". ' .. '.. ' .~.
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11 Ust the principles of health teaching and describe any jour. t ...", .. , .. ' \
12 State the basic needs of individuals in health and illness. ~", '} ,......... _.. =~

13 Describe positions used for patients. ,:~.:":~~;,,,~=,:.=---


(8 x 5 =40 marks)
III. Short Answers :

14 Observation. 15 'Therapeutic uses of cold application.

16 Social and cultural background of a patient. 17 Functions of a hospital.

18 Medical asepsis. '19 Observation in urine.

20 Indian Nursing Council. 21 Rest and sleep.

22 First aid in fracture. 23 Solutions.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING
(New Scheme-1998-99-Batch)
Tune: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.
I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

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1 (a) Define "Communication".

(b) Explain the process of communication.

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(c) How can you make the nurse-patient relationship, effectively therapeutic?
(2 + 5 + 3 = 10 marks)

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2 (a) What are the advantages of oral medication" ?
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(b)' What are the possible errors that a beginning student-nurse should prevent in oral 1
administration. of drugs?
(c) What are the untoward reactions will you anticipate while administering drugs, and how I
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will you overcome them?
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(2 + 3 + 5 :: 10 marks)
3 Discuss "Nursing as a profession". (10 marks)
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[2 x 10:: 20 marks]
II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)
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4 Surgical asepsies~ ~ . 5 Bed sore.

6 Specimen collection. 7 Positions.

8 Fever (Pyrexia). 9 Nursing proc;ess.

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10 Naso-gastric feeding. 11 Cardio-pulmonary resuscitation.


12 Care of the dying. 13 Audio-visual aids.
"(8 x 5 =40 marks)
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Ill. Short Answers:

14 Agent. 15 Anaphylaxis.

16 Range of motion. 17 Breath sounds.

18 Nursing. " 19 Pulse.

20 Poly clinic. 21 Xylocaine.

22 Vertical transmission. 23 Rehabilitation.

(10 x 2:: 20 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Se. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATI9N, 2000
PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
(1996-97 and 1997-98 Batch)
Time: Three Hours Maxiinum : 80 Marks
Answer Section A and B·in separate answer-books.
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessmy.

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Section A (Physiology)
I. Long Essays: (Answer anyone)
1 Describe the ovarian and uterine changes during the menstrual cycle.

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2 Name the muscles of respiration. Describe the neural regulation of respiration. Write any two
methods of artificial respiration.

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(1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II. Short Essays: (Answer any four)
3 Harmones of placenta and its functions.
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4 Neuro muscular junction.
5 Micturition reflex.
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6 Blood transfusion.
7 Taste pathway.
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(4 x 5 20 marks)
III. Short Answers :
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8 Anticoagulants. 9 Middle ear.


10 Neuroglia. n Baroreceptors.
12 Spermatogenesis.
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(5 x 2 10 marks)
Section B (Biochemistry)
I. Long Essays: (Answer anyone)
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1 What is balanced diet? Name essential nutrients. Mention basic functions of these nutrients.
2 Enumerate kidney function tests. Describe anyone test which will help for the assessment of
kidney function.
(1 x 10 =10 marks)
II. Short Essays: (Answer any four)
3 Physical characteristics of urine. 4 Serum electrolyte levels.
5 Acidosis and alkalosis. 6 Digestion of carbohydrates~
7 Homeostasis of blood.
(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
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III. Short Answers:
8 Mention the normal range of fasting and post prandial blood sugar, serum cholesterol and total
protein.

9 Enumerate the kidney function tests.

10 . Name two fat soluble vitamins and their £ood sources.

11 Name two water soluble vitaminS and their requirement.

12 Name the tests which detect carbohydrate and protein in urine. Explain one test for detection of

protein in urine.

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(5 x 2 = 10 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
(1998-1999 Batch)
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Time: Three Hours Maxim~arks
Answer Section A and B in separate answer-books.
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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Section A (Physiology)
I. Long Essays: (Answer anyone)

1 Define Arterial blood pressure, with normal values. .

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Describe how it is regulated.
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II. Short Essays: (Answer any four)

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3 Oxygen transport. -'\ft.t

4 Functions of insulin. _ ~

5 Phases of menstrual cycle. - A:­

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. @ Regulation of erythropoiesis.
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Mechanism of contraction of skeletal ml1scle.
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III. Short Answers:


_8 Active transport. - ~ ",9 Functions of retina. ~.

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.10 Pathways for pain. - \ 'i1 Glomerular-filtration. - ~

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...}2 Functions of bile salts. _ ~

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Section B (Biochemistry)
I. Long Essays: (Answer anyone)
~1 Define Homeostasis. How do hormones maintain blood glucose homeostasis ?
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.2 Give the dietary sources, requirements, functions and deficiency manifestations of Vitamin A. rr
(1 x 10 = 10 tnaliks)
II. Short Essays:

.2 How is a 5 % dextrose solution prepared and sterilised ? What are its uses? _ I

.\ Why should an uncontrolled diabetes mellitus patient develop metabolic acidosis ?___

Give the functions of bile in digestion. ':'-3­


,6 Name the digestive enzymes of pancreas. Give their funCtions.~
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III. Short Answers:


7 Give the significance of blood urea estimation. ... .
8 What is the normal colour of urine? What do you infer when the urine of a patient is deep
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9 A sample of urine reduces Benedict's reagent. Give two reasons for the reduction._\
10 What is the nutritional value of ripe papaya fruit? - "
11 How is parboiled rice nutritionally superior to raw rice? 1't
(5 x 2 =: 10 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINAnON, 2000
ANATOMY
(1998-99 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.

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Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.
I. Long Essays : (Answer any .two)

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1 Describe the shoulder joint.

2 Describe the gluteus maximus.

3 Describe the respiratory tract.

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II. Short Essays : (Answer any eight)
4Blood supply of the heart.

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SF.issures of the lungs.

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6Ureter.
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7Axillary nerve.

8Typical spinal nerve.

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9Wrist joint.

10Corpus callosum.

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11 Sternocleidomastoid muscle.

12 Common peroneal nerve.

13 Palmar aponeurosis.

(8 x S = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers :


14 Tendocalcanem;.

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15 Biceps femoris.

16 Pulmomiry veins.

17 Brachia,l artery.

18 Inferior cerebellar peduncle.

19 Caudate nucleus.

20 Bones of the knee joint.

21 Classification ·of synovial joints.

22 Periosteum.

23 Ribosomes.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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.. FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
ANATOMY
(1996-97 Batch)
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be specific to the' questions asked.

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Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays: (Answer any twa)


1 Describe the sulci, gyri and functional areas of supero lateral surface of cerebrum.

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2 Describe the relations, coverings i and microscopic structure of right kidney.
3 Describe' the movements and related muscles of temporo mandibular joint.

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(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays : (Answer any eight)
4 Testis.
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5 P.ituitary gland.
6 Jejunum.
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7 Gall bladder.
8 Arch of aorta and its branches.
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9 Microscopic structure of the lung.


10 Stratified squamous epithelium.
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11 Spinal cord.
12 Uterine tube.
13 The. diaphragm. ,.
(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers :


14 Synapses.
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15 Median cubital vein.


16 Serous salivary gland;
17 Typical spinal nerve: .
18 Vascular coat of eyeball.
19 Microscopic structure of trachea.
20 Lower end of humerus.
21 Oropharynx..
22 Hyaline cartilage.
23 Microscopic structure of thymus.
(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
ANATOMY
(1996-97 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays : (AnsWer any two)

1 Describe the sulci, gyri and functional areas of supero lateral surface of cerebrum.

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2 Describe the relations, coverings i and microscopic structure of right kidney.
3 Describe the movements and related muscles of temporo mandibular jOint.
(2 x 10 =20 marks)

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II. Short Essays : (Answer any eight)
4 Testis.
5 P.ituitary gland.
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6 Jejunum.
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7 Gall bladder.
8 Arch of aorta and its branches.
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9 Microscopic structure of the lung.


10 Stratified squamous epithelium.
11 Spinal cord.·
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12 Uterine tube.·

13 The. diaphragm. /

(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
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III. Sl\ort Answers:


14 Synapses.
15 Median cubital vein.
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16 Serous salivary gland.


17 Typical spinal nerve: .
18 Vascular coat of eyeball.
19 Microscopic structure of trachea.
20 Lower end 'of humerus.
21 Oropharynx..
22 Hyaline cartilage.
23 Microscopic structure of thymus.
(10 x 2 =20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINAnON, 2000

ANATOMY­
(1998-99 Batch)

Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks


Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.

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Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)


1 Describe the shoulder joint.

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- 2 Describe the gluteus maximus.
3 Describe the respiratory tract.

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(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays : (Answer any eight)
4 Blood supply of the heart.
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5 FJssures of the lungs.
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6 Ureter.
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7 Axillary nerve.
8 Typical spinal nerve.
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9 Wrist joint.
10 Corpus callosum.
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11 Sternocleidomastoid muscle.
12 Common peroneal, nerve.
13 Palmar aponeuroSis.
(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
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III. Short Answers :


14 Tendocalcaneus. .­
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15 Biceps femoris.
16 Pulmonary veins.
17 Brachial artery.
18 Inferior cerebellar peduncle.
19 Caudate nucleus.
20 Bones of the knee joint.
21 Oassification -of synOVial jOints.
22 Periosteum.
23 Ribosomes.
(10 x 2 =20 marks)
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SC-1112~A

FIRST YEAR B.Sc.,/~l.IR~ING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000

INTRODUOIION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

Ii" "~ .. -~.-'" ~

i', "" (New Scheme-1998-99)


, Tune: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Y01:lr;ans\v'p'shall be specific to the questions asked.

Drtl.,rP, .n,eaf9 nd labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

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1 (a) State the mening and objectives of Health Education. '(1+2. = 3...­marks)
(b) List the principles of Health Education. marks)
(3 .,---­
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RA
(c) How will you evaluate the effectiveness of Health Education? (4 marks).,.­
2 (a) Expiain the" modes of transmission" with suitable examples. (6 marks)
(b) How will you handle, if many people in a village are noted to suffer from diarrohea ?

LIB
(4 marks)
3 ,(~), Define Primary H,,:~ith Care. (2 marks)
(b) List the elemeri~ pi Primary Health Care. (3 marks)
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(c) What is the role of a nurse in Primary Health Care? (5 marks)
IN
[2 x 10 = 20 marks]
II. Short Essays: (Answer anY' e.ight)

RS

/A.V.aidS.

5 Pulse polio.

NU

/Vitan$lA. .. ' ,,'

JPreveh~on of AIDS.•

~ Physical assessment.

JJmmunization schedule·i
RK

U( Rehydration solutiOn."
~Chlorination.\\.
ND

~ Noise,'a.{ld health1) .'


, ~ealt:!: problems in India."
(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers: State them~~g of the following.

~ Health. Community health ~ursing.

> Health sub-centre. c :


,"',i

'
. /.'

17---Birth rate. ;PI"

~Manurepit. ,c.,; \'.'1 ' ~ Safe water.

_~besity;, " ' Jl Cohortstudy.

,~~emiOlogy. V Communicable disease.

(10 x 2 = 20 "';;rks) 1--\ •


SC-l11~~'~
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
INrRODUcnON TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

"
(Old Scheme-1996-97 and 1997-98,

Tune: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks.

Your answer shall be specific to the qua""'.mI.

Oraw neat and labelled diagrams wherevtt JI«aIJIIry.

RY
L Long Essays : (Answer any two)

1 (a) Define Safe and Wholesome water.

RA
(b) Mention the disadvantages of hardness of water.
'(c) Describe briefly the methods of removal of harc:mes. of water.

2 (a) Define Primary Health Care.

LIB
(b) List the elements of p~ health care.

(c)' Explain briefly the principles of primary health cant.

3 D.efineFamily Welf~e. Explain briefly about the causes of hip birth rate in India.
G
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
IN

II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)

4 'List the major health problems in India and explain briefly anyone of them.

RS

5 Principles of health education.

. 6 Mass compaigns.

NU

7 Small scale pu1:i#cation of water.

8 Role.of Community Health Nurse in an epidemiC.

9 Information education and communication.

RK

.10 Elements and barriers of communication.

11 Dengue fever.

12 Pulse polio programme.

ND

13 Protein energy malnutrition.


(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers :
14 Health education. 15 Criteria of atulthful house.

16 Sanitation of fairs. 17 Food sanitation.

18 Micro nutrients. 19 EpidemioJosical'triad.

20 Determinants of community health. 21 Strategies for health for all by 2000 A.D.

22 Define Health. 23 Define Primary Health Centre.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

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SC-1112
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
INTRODUcnON TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
(Old Scheme-1996-97 and 1997-98)
TIme : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be. specific to the qua"'" 1IIked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherewr n«eIIIIrY.

RY
I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

1 (a) Define Safe and Wholesome water.

RA
(b) Mention the disadvantages of hardness of water.
(c) Describe briefly the methods of removal of hardnesa of water.

LIB
2 (a) Define Primary Health Care.

(b) List the elements of primary health care.


(c) Explain briefly the principles of primary health cme.
3 IlefinePamily Welf~e. Explain briefly about the causes of hiih birth rate in India.
G
(2 x 10;:; 20 marks)
IN

IL Short Essays: (Answer any eight)


RS

4 List the major health problems in India and explain briefly anyone of them.
5 Prindples of health education.
.6 Mass compaigns.
NU

7 Small scale pu.ri#cation of water.


8 Role .of Community Health Nurse in an epidemic.
9 Information education and communication.
RK

.10 Elements and barriers of communication.


11 Dengue fever.
ND

12 Pulse polio programme.


13 Protein energy malnutrition.
(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers:
14 Health education. 15 Criteria of a healthful house.

16 Sanitation of fairs. 17 Food sanitation.

18 Micro nutrients. _. 19 Epidemiological triad.

20 Determinants of community health. 21 Strategies for health for all by 2000 A.D.

22 Define Health. 23 Define Primary Health Centre.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

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SC-1112,A
FIRST YEAR B.s~.'j~fUR~;rNG (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
INTRODU¢1;IQN TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
.. , (New Scheme-1998-99)
~
Tune : Three Hours Maximum ~~arks
Yo~r tins.wer shall be specific to the questions asked.
Prlrw ?feaf and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

RY
I. Long Essays: (Answer any two) ~
~ (a) State the mening and objectives of Health Education. :1
. (1 + 2 =:; marks)
(b) List the principles of Health Education. ~ marks)

RA
(c) How will you evalu~tethe effectiveness of Health Education? (i-marks)
2 (a) Expl~ the "fn~esoftransmission" with suitable examples. (6 marks)

LIB
(b) How will you handle, if many people in a village are noted to suffer from diarrohea ?
(4 marks)
_'l..
",3 (a) Defi;Ile Primary I:Ie~ith Care. marks)
G
(6) List the elemen~ pf P.rimary Health Care. I'J marks)
IN
(c) What is the role of a nurse in Primary Health Care? marks)
marks]
RS

ll. Short Essays: (Answer';'ny-eight} . .


~4. A.v. aids. y
NU

5 Pulse polio.

-?:-
6 Vitamin A. .~

Prevention of AIDS. .3

. 8 Physical assessment.

RK

JImmunization schedule...

~ Rehydration solutiOn. ~

ND

-11 Chlorination. ~
If Noise and health. ~
..l3
x5~arkS)
Health problems in India. ~
(8
III. ShortAnswers: State th~meaning
.
of the follOWing.
, ',' ~. ., .'

14 Health. L '~ 15 Community health nursing .

..1,6 Health sub-centre.1i, c.;,i.: .N7 Birth rate. (')

J;8 Manurepit.. \l'L .. ,.... " :.,. ,-' ---!9 Safe water.~

-.,20 Obesity. \. . _..~. 21 Cohort study.


,-22 Epidemiology. ~ <......23 Communicable disease., . fu
. (10 x 2 =~rks)

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SC-llll
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000

PSYCHOLOGY

(1996-97 Batch)

Time : 3 Hours ' Maximum : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

RY
Draw neat andlabeUed diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays. (Answer any two) :

l' Describe the importance of biological inheri~ as foundation of behaviour.

RA
2 What are the implications of Psychology to the students of Nursing ?

3 . Discuss the' general pattern of growth and development.

LIB
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)

II. Short Essays. Answer any eight of the following :­


G
4 Sense organs.

\•
IN
5 Motivation.

6 Branches in Psychology.

\ ,
RS

~"

7 Nunes role. in counselling;


" ,
8 Habits. f' t), \Ii
NU

, •• ,'

9 What is attitude? How is it measured? " ,,'" ......j

10 Discuss the problems of social and personal adjustment. " '... . ') ....... ' . __ .~~
i,~,'_."ll' ~.,..".:;.;:-~...."";,:..:.;;­
11 Exp~ the principles on which Id, Ego and Superego functio~:""""~
RK

12 Personality development.'
13 Defineirustration, briefly discuss the sources of frustration.
ND

(8 x 5 :::i: 40 marks)

III. Short Answers :

14 Concept formation 15 ' Mental Hygiene.

16 Avoidance-Avoidance conflict. 17 Aptitude test.

18 Emotions and health. 19 Types of physical make-up.

20 Types of thinking. 21 Leadership.

~ Endocrine glands. 23 Identification.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRSr YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000

.GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

(1998-99 Batch)

Time : 3 Hours. Maximum : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be spedjic to the question asked.

RY
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays. (Answer any two) :

RA
1 . DefiIi.e Learning. Enumerate various types ~d conditions of learning.

2 What is Personality ? Discuss the various trait compositions necessary to have effective

nurse patient relationship.

LIB
3 Describe briefly the study of educational Psychology in relation to Nursing profession.
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)

II. Short Essays. Answer any eight of the following :­


G
4 Discuss the integrated behaviour responses in organisms.
IN
5 Definition and scope of Psychology in Nursing care.
6 Discriminate factors between sensation and perception.
7 In:tplication of personal and social lI\otives on behaviour.
RS

8 Enumerate different states of emotions.


9 Concept of I:Q and present status of Intelligence Tests.
NU

10 Individual ruffer.ences as. a result of hereditary and~~()nment.


11 Discuss various types of reasoning.
12 Elaborate with examples various methods ~f memory.
13 Salient perso1)a1ity traits of an effective teacher.
RK

(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answe{s :
ND

14 ToolS of evaluation in education.


15 Define Attitude and its meaning.
16 Various methods in Educational Psychology.
17 What is remembering? How is it measured?
18 How does thinking develope ?
19 Uses of Intelligence Tests.
20 Discuss emotion as a motive.

21 Importance of social motives.

22 . Factors influencing perception.

23 Methods in study of Psychology.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

.'
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FIRSr YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2000
.GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
(1998-99 Batch)
Time: 3 Hours Maximum : 80 Marks
.Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.
Draw neat and .label1ed diagrams wherever necessary.

RY
I. Long Essays. (Answer any two) :
1 Defuie Learning. Enumerate various types and conditions of learning.

RA
2 What is Personality ? Discuss the various trait compositions necessary to have effective
nurse patient relationship.
3 . Describe brIefly the study of educational Psychology in relation to Nursing profession.

LIB
(2 x 10 :::: 20 marks)

II. Short Essays. Answer any eight of the following :­


G
4 Discuss the integrated behaviour responses in organisms.

5 Definition and scope of Psychology in Nursing care.

IN

6 Discriminate factors between sensation and perception.

7 Implication of personal and social motives on behaviour.

RS

8 Enumerate different states of emotions.

9 Concept of I:Q, and present status of Intelligence Tests.

NU

10 Individual ruffer.gnces as a result of hereditary and~ll~~ent

11 Discuss various types of reasoning.

12 Elaborate with examples various methods of memory.....

13 Salient perso:Qa1ity traits ofaneffective teacher.

RK

(8 x 5 :::: 40 marks)

III. Short Answe{s :


ND

14 Tools of evaluation in education.

15 Define Attitude and its meaning.

16 Various methods in Educational Psychology.

17 What is remembering ? How is it measured ?

18 How does thinking develope ?

19 Uses of Intelligence Tests.

20 Discuss emotion as a motive.

21 Importance of social motives.

22 Factors influencing perception.

23 Methods in study of Psychology.

(10 x 2 :::: 20 marks)


SC-lll1
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION,.2000

PSYCHOLOGY

(1996-97 Batch)

Time : 3 Hours Maximum : 80 Marks


.Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

RY
.Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.
L Long Essays. (Answer any two) :

RA
1· Describe the importance of biological inheritance as foundation of behaviour.
2 What are the implications of Psychology to the students of Nursing ?

LIB
3 . Discuss the· general pattern of growth and development.
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
n. Short Essays. Answer any eight of the following :­
G
4 Sense organs.

IN

5 Motivation.

6 Branches in Psychology.

RS

7 Nunes role. in counselling.

8 Habits. . f"

NU

9 What is attitude ? How is it measured ?

10 Discuss the problems of social and personal adjustment.


RK

11 .Exp~ the principles on which Id, Ego and Superego function.

12 Personality development:

13 Define Erustration, briefly discuss the sources of frustration.

ND

(8 x 5 == 40 marks)

In. Short Answers :

14 Concept formation. 15 . Mental Hygiene.

16 Avoidance-Avoidance conflict. 17 Aptitude test

18 Emotions and health. 19 Types of physical make-up.

20 Types of thinking. 21 Leadership.

22 Endocririe glands. 23 Identification.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)