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Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1683

FIRST YEAR B.Sc.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINA110N, APRIL 2005 SOCIOLOGY

( (Revised Scheme) )

Time : Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Describe the nature and scope of sociology in India.

2. Define family. Explain the health related functions of the family.

3. What is social control. Enumerate the important social control measures.

 

[

2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

4.

Discuss briefly the various aspects of social medicine.

v

Explain the ingroups and outgroups of an individual.

6.

Social class and its influence on the health of individuals.

7v/

Uses of sociology in nursing.

Enumerate the differences between rural and urban communities.

9.

What is social system. Describe role and status of individuals.

10.

Write a short essay on customs of society.

11.

Causes of juvenile delinquency.

12.

Give a brief account of social groups.

13.

Differences between society and community.

 

[

8 x 5 = 40

marks]

Short Answers

14.

SOCial pathology.

15.

Man is a social animal. Comment.

16.

Cooperation and conflict.

17.

Public and audience.

18.

Joint family.

19.

Urban social problems.

20. SoCial values.

 

21. Malthusian theory.

22. Social class.

23. Role of religion in social control.

[

10 x 2 = 20

marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1683 FIRST YEAR B.Sc.NURSlNG (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINAllON,September-2005 SOCIOLOGY

TIme : Three Hours

«Revised Scheme»

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Describe briefly the contributions of sociology in the nursing profession.

2. Define urbancommunity. Describe its salient features and the social problems in the urban communities.

3. What do you mean by sodal stratification? Examine the stratification of indian society.

 

[

2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

 

4.

Community development project.

5.

Social procgsses-competition and conflict.

6.

Cultural factors in health and disease.

7.

Social diorganisation and its causes.

8.

Impact of urbanization on the rural community.

9.

Social class and health.

10.

Characteristics of indian village community.

11.

Describe different social systems in society.

12.

Role and status of individuals in a changing society.

13.

Tribal society and its features.

 

[ 8 x 5 = 40 marks]

Short Answers

 

14.

Social Medicine.

15.

Primary group.

16. Individualisation.

 

17. caste system.

18. Social mobility.

19.

Fraternal polyandry.

. 20. Industialisation.

 

21. Role and status.

22. Population explosion.

23.

Social planning.

 

[

10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1683 FIRST YEAR B.Se.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATlON,September-200S SOCIOLOGY

Time : Three Hours

«Revised Scheme»

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your answers shall be speclflc to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Describe briefly the contributions of sociology In the nursing profession.

2. Define urbancommunlty. Describe Its salient features and the social problems In the urban communities.

3. What do you mean by social stratlftcatlon? examine the stratification of

Indian society. [ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

4.

Community development project.

5.

SoCial procgsses-competltlon and conflict.

6.

Cultural factors In health and disease.

7.

Social dlorganlsatlon and Its causes.

8.

Impact of urbanization on the rural community.

9.

Social class and health.

10.

Characteristics of Indian village community.

11.

Describe different SOCial systems in SOCiety.

12.

Role and status of Individuals In a changing SOCiety.

13.

Tribal SOCiety and Its features.

Short Answers

[ 8 x 5 =40 marks]

14. Social Medicine.

15. Primary group.

16. Indlvldualisatlon.

17. caste system.

18. Social mobility.

19. Fraternal polyandry.

20. Industlallsatlon.

21. Role and status.

22. Population explosion.

23. SOCial planning.

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE : 1702

FIRST YEAR B.SC. NURSING (PC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 SOCIOLOGY

( (Revised Scheme) )

Time : Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Define sociology and explain the uses of sociology in nursing.

2 Explain the theories of social change.

3. Describe the different types of family in India

Short Essays

4. Difference between society and community.

5. Define Social system and explain the types of social system.

6. Define race and write briefly the features of different races.

7. Discuss the importance of co-operation in society

8. Give a brief account of the theories of socialisation

9. Differentiate between folkways and Mores.

10. Classification of social groups.

11. Functions of family

12. Features of urban community.

13. Changes in Indian rural life.

Short Answers

14. Role and Status

15. Isolation

16. Oedipal stage

17. Fashions

18. In group - Out group

19. Endogamy and Exogamy

20. Geriatric problems

21. Social mobility

22. Define culture.

23. Social disorganisation

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[ 2 x 10 =20 marks]

[ 8 x 5 :::: 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1680

FIRST YEAR B.Sc.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

( (Revised Scheme) )

Time: Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. What are the factors influencing perception and what is the relation between sensation and perception?

2. Critically examine observation method and experimental method - Explain.

3. Explain the laws of learning and what are the factors influencing our memory.

Short Essays

[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

4.

What is the role of heredity and environment in shaping behaviour.

S.

Describe distribution of intelligence.

6.

Explain the nature and factors influencing creativity.

7.

What is intelligence test and elucidate its uses with examples?

8.

What is learning and explain trial and error method of learning?

9.

Enumerate the differences between learning by claSSical conditioning and operant conditioning.

10. What is reasoning and explain errors in thinking.

11. What is attitude and how is it modified.

12. What are the tools required for effective teaching.

13. What is classical conditioning with special reference to Pavlov?

Short Answers

14. Division of attention.

15. Extra sensory perception.

16. Development of personality.

17. Scope of education psychology.

18. case study method.

19. Individual differences.

20. Experimental method.

21. Physcial traits.

22. Social traits.

23. Creativity.

[ 8 x 5 = 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

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QP CODE: 1680 FIRST YEAR B.Se.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION,September-2005 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Time : Three Hours

((Revised Scheme»

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long£ssays

1. Define psychology and explain any two methods of psychology.

2. Explain theories of emotions and what do you mean by emotional status.

3. What is the scope of educational psychology in our society? Explain any two,methods of psychology.

 

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'.

[ 2 x 10

20 marks]

Short Essays

 

, ,1 ;i;:\QW,is psychology

I'elated to behaviour.? What do you mean by integrated responses?

5.

Explain vareties of attenti()n and what is degree of attention?

 

6. What is perception? Explain extrasensory perception.

7.

Define conflictand how it is related to motives.

8.

Clarify drives and needs in motivation.

9.

Define emotion and how does it influence our motives.

10.

Define personality and explain anyone type of personality.

11. What is the meaning and scope of educational psychology?

12. Explain introspection method with suitable example.

13. What are the factors that influence tearning? Explain in brief.

[ 8 x 5

40 marks]

Short Answers

'14/Scope of psychology. 'is: fpri,nciples of heredily.

16. Integrated responses.

17.>Attention.

18. Define perception.

"", . ,,:19.;P:ersonaL motives.

20.

Aggression.

21.

Drives.

. 22.

Emotional status.

23.

Organization of personality.

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (PC) DEGREE EXAMINAnON, APRIL 2005 MICROBIOLOGY

( RS2 Scheme)

QP CODE: 1704

TIme : Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Name the sexually transmitted diseases. Write in detail about the diagnosis in a suspected case of

syphilis.

2. Define infection. Describe the various methods of transmission of infection with examples.

3. Classify hypersensitivity reactions and write a brief note on each of them.

Short Essays

4. Prophylaxis in Rabies.

5. Laboratory diagnosis of bacterial meningitis.

6. Pulmonary tuberculosis diagnosis.

7. Bactorial growth curve

8. Laboratory diagnosis in a suspected case of typhoid fever.

9. Hepatitis B virus.

10. Leishmania donovani.

11. Ascaris lumbricoides.

12. Active immunity.

13. Grami stain.

Short Answers

14. Glutaraldehyde.

15. Zoonotic disease.

16. candida albicans.

17. Dermatophytes.

18. TAB vaccine.

19. Significant bacteriuria.

20. Wucheria bancrofti.

21. Enriched media.

22. Bacterial filters.

23. Pasteurisation.

[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

[ 8 x 5 == 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1681 FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 MICROBIOLOGY ( (Revised Scheme) )

Time: Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Classify Mycobacteria. How will you diagnose a suspected case of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. Add a note on RNTCP.

 

(

2+5+3 = 10marks)

2. Classify Immunity. Discuss in note immunity in detail

 
 

(

2+8 = 10marks )

3.

Name the malarial paraSites. Describe the life cycle of anyone of them

 

(

2+8 =10marks )

 

[

2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

4. Sterilisation using dry heat

 

5. Bacteriophage

6. Bacterial capsule

7.

Bacterial growth curve

8. Entamoeba histolytica

 

9.

Toxoplasma gondii

10.

Widal test

11.

Polio vaccines

12.

Prophylasis in rabies

13.

Varicella-zoster virus

 

[ 8 x 5

40 marks]

Short Answers

14.

Name 2 hemoflagellates

15.

Components of MMR vaccine and dosage schedule

16. Mention 2 sexually transmitted diseases

 

17. Name 2 arboviral diseases seen in India

18. Name the 4 different types of hypersensitivity.

19. Robat koch.

20.

Gram stain

21.

Pili.

22.

Exotoxin

23.

L.D. body

 

[

10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1657

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. (NURSING) (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

( Old Scheme)

Time: Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Discuss the major health problems in India.

( 10marks )

2. Define safe and wholesome water. Discuss the methods of water purification.

( 3+7

10marks )

3. Define family welfare. What are the methods of family planning.

Short Essays

4. Chlorination.

5. Multipurpose health worker.

6. Pulse polio vaccination.

7. Road safety is no accidents.

8. Methods of excreta disposal.

9. causes of poor health in India.

10. Characteristics of mentally health

11. Functions of community health nurse.

12. Standards of good housing.

13. lII1ethods of vector control.

( 3+7 = 10marks ) [ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

 

[

8

x

5

= 40

marks]

Short Answers

14. Pasteurization.

 

15. Measles immunisation.

 

16. Dais.

17. Sub centre.

 

18.

Quarantine.

19. Heat exhaustion.

 

20. W.H.O (World Health Organisation).

21. Define community health.

22. Define mental health.

23. Cross ventilation.

[

10

x

2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Ga11dhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE :,De-2

FIRST YEAR S.SC. (NURSING) (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINA1l0N,October';2005 INTRODUCTlON TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

Time: Three Hours

((Revised Scheme»

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays 1. Ust the health problems of india. Describe any two problems in detail.

2. Describe the modes of disease transmission and general measures of controlling communicable diseases.

3. Describe the management of malnutrition. What are the specific nutritional programmes of the

 

governement.

 

[

2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

 

4;' Determinants of community health.

 

5.

Principles of primary health care.

 

"G'.Health hayards of environment.

7.

Biological effects of radiation.

S.

Effects of air pollution and its prenention.

 

9.

Types of ventilation.

\

,.

10.

Criteria of healthful house. '

 

11.

Methods of solid waste dispOSed:

12.

Sources of water.

13.

Sanitation of swimrping pool.

 
 

[ 8 x 5 =40 marks]

Short Answers

 

14.

Rickets.

15~ Vital layer.

 

16.

Uses of A.V.Aids.

17.

Chlorination.

is. Pasteuriyation.

 

19. Pellagra.

20. Food additines.

21. Controlled tipping.

22. Effects of heat stress.

 

23. Anganwadi worker.

 
 

[

10 x 2 = 20 marks]

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QP CODE: 1682

YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINAnON, APRIL 2005

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Time: Three Hours

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING - I

( (Revised Scheme) )

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Define health team. Describe the functions of the health team members

 

(

2+8 = 10marks )

2. Define wholesome water. Describe the large scale purification of water

 

(

2+8 = 10marks )

3. Define health Education. Describe in detail the methods of health education

 

(

2+8

= 10marks )

Short Essays

4. Principles of community health

5. Health problems of India.

6. Strategies of health for all.

7. Types of Environment.

8. Sources of radiation.

9. Obesity

10. Uses of Epidemiology

11. Modes of disease transmission

12. Nutritional problems of Indian community

13. Food fortification.

Short Answers

14. Barriers to communication

15. Uses of water

16. Compositing

17. Define primary health care

18. Requirements of good lighting

19. Levels of prevention.

20. Macro nutrients.

21. Pulse polio programme.

22. Primary health center.

23. Ventilation.

[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

[ 8 x 5 = 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1676

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 . ANATOMY

( (Revised Scheme) )

Time: Three

Hours

Maximum Marks: 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1. Describe the stomach giving the gross anatomy, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage, histology and applied anatomy.

2. Describe the cerebrum giving its blood supply.

3. Describe the kidney giving its gross anatomy, blood supply, nerve supply, lymphatic drainage, histology

and applied anatomy.

Short Essays

4.

Pericardium

5.

Trachea

6.

Ureter

7.

Testis

8.

Exterior of heart

9.

Classification of bones with examples

10.

Mitosis

11.

Abdominal aorta

[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

12.l\Iame 4 muscles of upper limb. Explain biceps brachii in detail

13. Pons

Short Answers

14. Name the salivary glands. How do they differ histologically?

15. Prostatic urethra

16. Parts of epididymis and its lining epithelium

17. Name all the laryngeal cartilages

. 18. Superficial palmar arch

19. Name 4 abdominal muscles

20. Name all the tarsal bones

21. Give the branches of brachial artery

22. Name the parts of Fallopian tube. Which part is the widest?

23. What are the constituents of connective tissue?

[ 8 x 5 = 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1677/1678 FIRST YEAR B.Sc.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATlON,September-200S PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY

TIme: 3 hours

(Revised Scheme)

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your Answer shall be specific to Questions Asked Draw Neat and Labeled Diagrams where ever Necessary. Use Seperate Answer books for section A and B

SectionA (Physiology)

(40 marks).

Long Essays

1. Describe the stages of erythropijesis and factors essential for it.

2. Describe the synaptic transmission at the neuromuscular junction.

 

[

1 x 10

= 10 marks]

Short Essays

 

3. Describe the errors of refraction with correction.

 

4. Describe the effects of mismatched blood trasfusion.

5. Describe the actions of testosteone.

 

6. IVlicturition-give the innervation to the urinary bladder. Explainmicturition reflex.

 

7. Describe the effects of exercise on cardiovascular and respiratory systems.

[

4 x

5 = 20

marks]

Short Answers

 

8.

Signs and cause of diabetes insipidus.

9.

List the functions of haemoglobin (HP).

 

10.

Name the types of hypoxia.

11.

Draw and label the rerlex arc.

12.

List the functions of lymphocyte.

 

[

5 x

2

10 marks]

 

SectionB (Bio-Chemistry)

(40 marks)

Long Essays

13. Describe urea cycle. What is its importance,?

 

14. Discuss Glycogen metabolism. Add a note on its regulation.

 

[

1 x 10

= 10 marks]

Short Essays

 

15. Biochemical functions of folic acid.

16. Respiratory acidosis.

17. Biochemical investigation to diagnose jaundice.

 

18. Chemistry of polysaccharides.

 
 

[

4 x 5

= 20 marks]

Short Answers

 

19. Normal ranges of serum electrolytes.

20. Pellagra.

21. Anticoagulants used in blood collection.

 

22. Inorganic components of urine.

 

23. Serum enzyme marker in myocardial infarction.

 
 

[

5 x 2 =

10 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences

QP CODE: 1679 FIRST YEAR B.Se.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION,October-200S BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING

TIme: Three Hours

«Revised Scheme))

Maximum Marks :80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

5 \ '( Q.SS

Long Essays

1. (a). Define strees.• (b).Discuss the various coping mechanisms I

2. Discuss in brief health illness continueum and levels of care.

3. (a). Define inter personal

relationship?'- (b). Discuss the ~chniqueof inter view.

Short Essays

4.

Physical examination.

5.

Levels of prevention.

6.

Progressive patient care.

7.

Multi disciplenary approach.

8.

Reporting and records.

9.

Body mechani~

10.

Feeding helpless patient.

11.

Fluid & electrolyte balance.

12.

First aid for fracture-lower limb.

13.

Oxygen inhalation.

Short Answers

14. Comfort measures.

15. Types of beds.

16. Characteristics of pulse.

17. Purpose of giving back massage.

18. The factors which affects the body temperature.

19. Last office.

.

"'26.~tYpeof~trients.

21. Objective observation.

22.

23. Define nursing.

Suppositories.

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[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

[

8 x 5 = 40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

Rajiv Gandhi University of HealtIl Sciences

QP CODE: 1707

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (PC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 CONCEPT AND COMPONENTS OF NURSING

( (Revised Scheme) )

TIme : Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays

1.

Discuss the concepts of community health.

2.

Define interpersonal relations. Explain the role of nurse in establishing inter personal relations with client.

3.

Analyses the SCientific prinCiples involved in the procedure of administration of intramuscular injection.

Short Essays

4.

Subjective and objective observation.

5.

Theories of communications.

6.

Multi disciplinary approach.

7.

Functions of hospital.

8.

Importance of nurisng process.

9.

Nursing is profeSSion.

10.

Principles of body mechanism.

11.

Discuss the SCientific principles involved in cardia bed.

12.

The rehabilitation team.

13.

Health and illness continuing education.

Short Answers

14. Define nursing.

15. First aid.

16. Interpersonal relationship.

17. Rehabilitation.

18. Evaluation.

19. Liners.

20. Universal precautions.

21. Digital therometer.

22. Hope.

23. Bed bath.

[ 2 x 10 = 20 marks]

[ 8 x 5 =40 marks]

[ 10 x 2 = 20 marks]

KaJiv UandhI University of Health SCIences

QP CODE : 1679 FIRST YEAR B.Sc.NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, APRIL 2005 BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING

Time : Three Hours

( (Revised Scheme) )

Maximum Marks : 80 Marks

Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked. Draw neat and labeled diagrams wherever necessary.

Long Essays 1.a) Explain the solutions used for simple enema. b) Explain the responsibilities of a nurse in giving simple enema.

( 5+5 = 10marks )

2. a) Write the causes for pressures sore. b) Explain the nurses responsibilities in prevention of pressure sore.

 

(

5+5

= 10marks )

3.a) Define and list the steps of nursing process. b) Explain assessment in detail.

 

(

5+5 =10marks )

 

[

2 x 10 = 20 marks]

Short Essays

 

4.

Discharge of a patient from hospital.

5.

Man as a psychosocial being.

6.

Comfort devices.

7.

Body mechanics in nursing.

8.

Feeding a helpless patient.

9.

First aid for shock.

10.

Inter personal relationship in nursing.

11.

Importance of recording.

12.

Retention of urine.

13.

Pain management.

 

[ 8 x 5

= 40 marks]

Short Answers

 

14. Constipation.

15. Basic human needs.

16. Characteristics of a profession.

17. Care of rubber goods.

18. Cold compress.

19. Spiritual needs of a patient.

20. Vital signs.

21. Handling of chitel forceps.

22. Anorexia

23. Barrier nursing.

[

10 x

2 = 20 marks]