Syllabus for MP-PEB Grade 5 Examination – Various Posts

Syllabus for MP-PEB Grade 5 Examination – Various Posts

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MP PEB Recruitment 2020 – Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MP PEB) (MP Vyapam) has notified the various vacancies in Group 5 and invited online applications for recruitment for Group 5 post like Staff Nurse, ECG Technician, Radiography Technician, Lab Attendant, Technical Assistant and Others for their health department. Those candidates who are holding the requisite qualification and experience in the relevant subjects / field are eligible to apply online through the link provided in Important Link Area in this blog. The date of apply online will be open from 10th October 2020 till upto 24th October 2020.

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Direct recruitment in MP PEB 2020 – Government of Madhya Pradesh has notified on official portal and Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board (MP PEB) (MP Vyapam) has released the detailed vacancy notification for the recruitment of various vacancies in Group 5 and invited online applications for recruitment for Group 5 post like Staff Nurse, ECG Technician, Radiography Technician, Lab Attendant, Technical Assistant and Others for their health department. Those candidates who are holding the requisite qualification and experience in the relevant subjects / field are eligible to apply online through the link provided in Important Link Area in this blog. The date of apply online will be open from 10th October 2020 till upto 24th October 2020. MP PEB will conduct an examination for the selection the suitable candidate for the required places. Here in this post we are highlighting the syllabus for the different post as published in the official Notification.

Short Details of Notification

Name and Number of the NotificationJoint Recruitment Examination – 2020
Name and Address of the RecruiterProfessional Examination Board – Bhopal, Cheyan Bhawan, Main Road – 1,
Chinaar Park (east), Bhopal – 462011
Official Phone No & Website ++91-755-2578801-02-03-04 ,
Notified Vacancies for the postsGroup 5 post Staff Nurse, ECG Technician, Radiography Technician, Lab Attendant, Technical Assistant and Other posts
Total number of posts2150
Places for the RecruitmentNetaji Subhash Chand Bose Medical College, Jabalpur, Shyam Shah Chikitasa Mahaviyalaya, Rava, Shaskiy Dant chikitasa Mahaviyalaya Indore, Directorate Health Services, M P Bhopal, Shaskiya Mahaviyala, Shahdol, Directorate, pashu palan Kamadhenu Buildings, Vaishal Nagar, M P .. Bhopal, Atal Bahari Vajpayee shashnik chikitsha mahavidyalya vidisha, State Insurance Services Indore, Shashkiya shvshashi chikitsha mahavidyalya Ratlam.
Selection ProcedureWritten Examination

Plan for Online Examination

Name of the ExamNo of Question
Description of Question PaperTotal Marks
Exam for various grade -5 post01(A) General knowledge, General Hindi, General English,
General mathematics, General Science, General Interest,
(B) Questions based on Trade Technique.

Notified Date and Time Table of Online Test

Date of ExaminationShift for the
Reporting Time for
the candidate
Reading Time for
Important Instructions
Time for Answer
the questions
16th – 27th December 2020First ShiftFrom 07.00 AM to 8.00 AM(10 Minutes)
From 08.50 AM to 9.00 AM
(02 Hours)
From 09.00 AM to 1100 AM
16th – 27th December 2020Second ShiftFrom 01.00 PM to 2.00 PM(10 Minutes)
From 02.50 PM to 3.00 PM
(02 Hours)
From 03.00 PM to 05.00 PM

Notified Syllabus for the Grade – 5 Examination

There will be only one paper based on the Modified notification number 06 of General Government Department, Bhopal Ministry, Bhopal dated 10th February 2017.

S NODescription of the Question Paper Marks
01General knowledge
02General Hindi
03General English
04General mathematics
05General Science
06General Interest25 (s no 1 – 6)
07Questions based on Trade Technique75
Total marks100

Syllabus for Technical based Examination.

(A) Physics
Unit and dimensions, dimensional analysis, S.I. Units, Motion in two dimensions Cases of uniform velocity and uniform acceleration, General relation between position and velocity, Uniform circular motion, Force and inertia. Newton’s Laws of motion. Conservation of momentum and energy. Static and kinetic friction. Work energy and power collisions, potentialenergy, gravitational potential energy and its angular conversion to kinetic energy. Potentialenergy of a spring, Rigid body rotation and conservation of its momentum. Moment of inertia, theorems of parallel and perpendicular axis. (Moment of inertia of uniform ring, disc, hin rod and cylinder only). Acceleration due to gravity and its variation, Universal law of gravitation, geostationary satellites, escape velocity. Hooke’s law, Young’s modulus, shear and bulk modulus, surface energy and surface tension, kinetic theory of gases, gas laws, kinetic energy and temperature. Specific heats at constant volume and constant pressure. mechanical equivalent of heat, isothermal and adiabatic processes. Heat conduction in one dimension, convection and radiation, Stefan’s Law and Newton’s law ofcooling Periodic motion, Simple harmonic motion, Oscillations due to spring, Wave motion principle of superposition; Progressive and stationary waves, Beats and Doppler effect.
Wave nature of light, Interference, Young’s double slit experiment, Velocity of light and Doppler’s
effect in light. Reflection, refraction, total internal reflection, curved mirrors, Lenses, mirror and lens
formulae. Dispersion in prism, absorption and emission spectra.
The human eye, defects of vision, magnification and resolving power of telescope and microscope
“e” and “e/m” for an electron, Einstein’s photoelectric equation, photocells. Bohr model of the atom,
Hydrogen spectrum, Composition of nucleus, atomic masses and isotopes, radioactivity, laws of
radio active decay, decay constant, half life and mean life,
Mass-energy relation, fission. X-Ray: Properties and uses.
Elementary ideas of conductor, semi-conductor and insulator, intrinsic and extrinsic semi
conductors, np Junction as a rectifier.
Bar magnet, lines of force, torque on a bar magnet due to magnetic field, earth’s magnetic field,
tangent galvanometer, vibration magnetometer.
Coulomb’s law of electrostatic, dielectric constant, electric field and potential due to a point charge,
dipole, dipole field, Gauss’s law in a simple geometrics. Electrostatic potential, capacitance, parallel
plate and spherical capacitors capacitors in series and parallel, energy of a capacitor.
Electric current, Ohm’s law, Kirchhoff’s laws, resistances in series and parallel temperature
dependence of resistance. Wheatstone bridge, potentiometer. Measurement of voltages and
currents. Electric power, heating effects of currents, chemical effects and law of electrolysis,
thermoelectricity. Biot Savart law.
Magnetic fields due to a straight wire circular loop and solenoid. Force on a moving charge in a
manetic field (Lorentz force), Magnetic moment of a current loop, effect of a uniform magnetic field
of a current loop, forces between two currents, moving coil, galvanometer, ammeter and voltmeter.
Electromagnetic induction induced emf, Faraday’s law, Lenz’s law, self and mutual inductance
alternating currents, impedence and reactance growth and decay of current in L-R circuit,
elementary idea of dynamo and transformer.

(B) Chemistry
General and Physical Chemistry
Structure of Atom : Constitution of nucleus : Bohr’s atom model : quantum numbers Aufbau
principle, electronic configuration of elements (upto-Kr) : de-Broglie relation, shapes of orbitals.
Chemical Bond : Electrovalent, covalent and coordinate bonds, hybridization (sp) : hydrogen bond:
shapes of molecules (VSERR theory) : bond polarity, resonance, Elements of VBT MOT.
Solutions: Modes of expressing concentrations of solutions: Types of solutions, Raoult’s law of
colligative properties, non-ideal solution, abnormal molecular weights.
Solid State: Crystal lattices, unit cells, Structure of ionic compounds: close packed structure lonic
radii, imperfections (Point defects): Properties of solids. Nuclear Chemistry: Radio active radiations:
half-life, radioactive decay, group displacement structure and properties of nucleus: Nuclear
reaction, disintegration series, artificial transmutation: isotopes and their uses, Radio carbon dating.
Chemical Equilibrium: Chemical equilibrium, Law of mass action: KP and KC: Le Chatelier principle
and its application. Ionic Equilibria in solutions, Solubility product, common ion effect, theories of
acids and base hydrolysis of salts: pH : buffers.
Thermochemistry and Thermodynamics: Energy changes during a chemical reaction: intrinsic energy
enthalpy, first law of thermodynamics: Hess’s law, Heats of reactions: Second law of
thermodynamics: entropy: free energy; spontaneity of a chemical reaction; free energy change and
chemical equilibrium; free energy as energy available for useful work. Chemical kinetics, Rate of a
reaction, factors affecting the rate, rate constant, rate expression,order of reaction, first order rate
constant expression and characteristics, Arrhenous equation.
Electrochemistry: Oxidation, Oxidation number and ion-electron methods. Electrolytic conduction.
Faraday’s laws; voltaic cell, electrode potentials, electromotive force, Gibb’s energy and cell
potentials. Nornest equation, commercial cells, fuel cell, electrochemical theory of corrosion.
Surface chemistry, Colloids and Catalysis; Adsorption, Colloids (types preparation and properties),
Emulsions, Micelles, Catalysis: Types and characteristics.
Inorganic Chemistry :
Principles of metallurgical-operations : Furnaces, ore concentration, extraction, purification
metallurgies of Na, Al, Fe, Cu, Ag, Zn and Pb and their properties.
Chemical periodicity : s, p, d and f-block elements, periodic Table: periodicity : atomic and ionic radii
valency, ionization energy, electron affinity electronegativity, metallic character.
Comparative study of elements: Comparative study of the following families of elements: (i) alkali
metals (ii) Alkaline earth metals (iii) Nitrogen family (iv) Oxygen family (v) Halogens (vi)Noble gases.
Transition metals: Electronic configuration of 3d-metal ions, oxidation states, other general
characteristic properties, Potassium permanganate, Potassium dichromate.
Co-ordination compounds : Simple nomenclature, bounding and stability, classification and bonding
in organometallics.
Chemical analysis: Chemistry involved is simple inorganic qualitative analysis: calculations based on
acid-base titrimetry.
Organic Chemistry :
Calculation of empirical and molecular formula of organic compounds, Nomenclature of organic
compounds, common functional groups isomerism structure and shapes of alkanes, alkanes and

Preparation properties and uses of alkynes, alkyl, benzene, petroleum, cracking octane number,
gasoline additives.
Nomenclature, Physical chemical properties, correlation of physical properties with structure
properties and uses of heloalkanes, halobenzenes, alcholos and phenols: General ideas of some
polyhalogen compounds viz., dicholorothanes, dichloroethers, chloroform, carbon tetrachloride
D.D.T., benzene hexachloride.
Nomenclature, methods of preparation, Chemical properties correlations of physical properties with
structures and uses of ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives,
Brief account of the chemistry of Cyanides, isocyanides, amines and nitro compounds.
Polymers : Classification : Preparation and uses of common natural and synthetic polymers.
Biomolecules : Classification, Structures and biological importance of carbohydrates amino acids,
peptides, proteins and enzymes, nucleic acids and lipids.

(C) Botany
Structural organization of cell, cell theory. Light and Electron Microscopic view of cell. Structure and
functions of cell organelles : Nucleus Mitochondria, Chloropast Endoplasmic reticulum, Golgi
complex lysosome, microbodies microfilaments Ribosomes, Centrioles and Plasmids, Ekaryotic
Chromosome (Morphology) cell and plasma membrane, Difference between plant and animal cell.
Division, cell cycle significance of mitosis and meiosis.
Mendel’s Laws of inheritance, Monohybrid and dihybrid cross; linage and crossing over of genetic
material DNA replication, genetic code transcription, transcription and gene regulation. Difference
between Prokaryote and Eukaryotes : Structure reproduction and economic importance of viruses
Mycoplasma, Bacteriophage, Cynobacteria (Nostoc) and Bacteria.
Five Kingdom classification, Binomial Nomenclature, External morophology and life cycle of
Spirogyra muccr, Funaria Selaginella and pinus.
Elementary knowledge of microsporogenesis megasporogenesis. Fertilization endosperm and
embroyo development in Angiosperms.
Tissues and tissues systems, meristematic and permanent tissue, Mineral nutrition essential
elements and their functions: uptake of minerals transport of water and solutes. Transpiration
Photosynthesis and Respiration: Importance, mechanism and factors affecting thisprocessess:
Enzymes and growth hormones with reference to their classification. Chemical nature, mode of
action, importance. Elementary idea of photoperidism and phytochrome.
Ecosystem – Structures and function, Major ecosystems i.e. lake and Forest; Food chain, Food web
and energy flow, Ecological crisis- Role of man in polluting Environment – Air, Water and Soil.
Role of plants in human welfare: A general knowledge of plant products of economic value- Drugs,
Fibers, Cereals.
Wheat and Rice, Pulse (gram), Oil seeds (Ground nut), Sugarcane, Coal and petroleum. Food
preservation-methods and importance. Principle of plant breeding and its role in improvement of
crops. Biotechnolgy; scope and importance in Agriculture and industrial manufacture of cheese.
Yoghurt, Alcohol Antibiotics.

(D) Zoology
Multicellularity – Structure and Function of Animal Life :
Structure and function of Animal tissues Epithelial, Connective Muscular, Skeletal and Nerve.
Histology of mammalian organs – Stomach, Intestine, Liver, Kidney, Lung, Testes and Ovary. Structure
and Physiology of different organ systems of Human body. Skin, Digestive system, Respiratory
system, Circulatory system.

Skeleton, Joints, Muscles on the basic of movement receptors. Endocrine system with special
reference to various Endocrine glands of man and hormonal coordination. Vitamins & minerals
(source and disorders due to deficiencies).
Developmental Biology and Genetics:
Female reproductive cycles in mammals. Gametogenesis alongwith structure of sperm and ovum.
Types of eggs, Fertilization, cleavage types of elevage and blastula. Development of mammals upto
three germinal layers. Foetal membranestructure and functions. Growth, repair and ageing,
aminocentesis. – Chromosomes, Types of chromosome, Human karyotype and chromosomal
abnormalities and syndromes, Hormonal, Chromosomal and Genic Balance theory of sex
determination, Sex linkage and sex linked inheritance in Man.
Blood Group and their significance, Blood Bank.
Tissue culture, Genetic Engineering (Brief idea). Mutation, gene mutation.
Human population, natality, Mortality, Sex ratio, Population explosion, dynamics of human life with
respect to food supply, housing, health and standard of living, impact of population problems and
their control.
Taxonomy Evolution and Economic Zoology:
Classification – Binomial and trinomial nomenclature, Basic features of classification, Classification of
different animal phyla upto classes with characters and suitable examples. Origin of life, Theories of
organic evolution-Darwin Lamarck, Synthetic Evidence of organic evolution, Human Evolution.
Economic Zoology/Sericulture, Apiculture, Lac culture, Poultry, Fishery and Pearl industry.Protozoan
disease in relation to man. Insect carrying diseases in relation to man. Cancer-types of cancer and
cancer cell. Communicable diseases (Hepatitis, AIDS) STD, Immune Response, Vaccines and antisera
allergies.Smoking, alcoholism and drug addiction,symptoms and control.Wild conservation.
Pesticides – Uses, advantages and hazards

1- Introduction of
physiotherapy 2- Anatomy
3- Physiology
4- Elemental nursing
5-Elemental biochemistry. Pathology and microbiology 6-
Hygiene and sanitation
7- Nutrition and sanitation
8- Biomedical wastemanagement
9- First aid
10- Disaster management
11- Anatomy and physiology asrelevant to physiotherapy
12- Medical and surgical nursing
13-Elementary harmacology
14-Human relations
15- Community health nursing and communicable
diseases 16-Equipment management
17- Pathology
19-Massage manipulation exercise and physical drill and yoga
20- Management of medical and surgicalemergencies
22-Medical subjects
23-Elementary physics and minor crafts 8- Physics of heat and heattherapy
24-Physics of light and light therapy
25-Physics of electricity and electro therapy
26- Hydrotherapy
27-Occupational therapy

Syllabus for Rediography

Basic sciences
Applied Anatomy & Physiology of all malignant Tumors of the human body.
Oral Cavity, Pharynx, Larynx, Oesophagus, G.I. Geneto urinary system, Respiratory systems.
The pathology of the tumors.

  1. Radiotherapy Machines:
    Superficial X-Ray therapy, orthovopltage, therapy or Deep X- Ray therapy, Mega voltage therapy Van
    De graph Genetor, Linear Accelerator, Betatron Cyclotron, Machines, using Radio nuclides, Cobalt60 units, Caesium- 137 Units Source Housing Beam Collimation and Penumbra.
    2.Radio effects of ionizing radiation & Radiation Protection Cell and its Constituents, Effects of
    radiation of cells, Cell Cervical Curves somatic effects, hereditary effects of Radiation in Man.
    Operational Limits, Dose Limits for Radiation Workers, Dose Limits to members of Public, Personal
    Monitoring Film Badge, Radiation Hazard evaluation and control, Time, Distance and shielding,
    Planning of Teletherapy and Brach therapy Facility. Radiation Emergencies and Preparedness
    Radiation Safety during source transfer Units, National Regulatory Requirements for Radiotherapy
    equipment radiation Protection Survey.
    3.Treatment Planning: Absorbed Dose, Depth Dose Distribution, Percentage Depth Dose, Initial Dos
    buildup, issue Air Ratio, Back Scatter factor, Scatter air radio, Isodose, charts field size, wedge filters,
    Combination of Radiation fields Parallel opposed fields, Multiple fields, SSD Technique, SAD
    Technique wedge field Techniques, Uniform Dose Distribution, Tumour Dose, specification, Target
    volume, Treatment volume, Rotation Therapy, ARC therapy, Tissue compensators, design of
    Compensators, Compensators wedges, Patient positioning simulation Procedure, Treatment setup,
    Field Blocks & Field shaping as a function of Photon energy, skin sparing at oblique incidence,
    separation of adjacent fields, Electron Beam Therapy.
    4)Nuclear medicine: Radio Nuclides in Nuclear Medicine Production of short lived radio nuclides,
    nuclear medicine isotopes used in viva & Vitro tests, decontamination procedures, scintillation
    camera, scanners and uptake studies, Program and other Gamma Camera ionizing imaging
    procedures, Hand & foot detectors. Flame hard and isotope waste wet & dry disposal procedures.
    Preparation for labeling and tragedy of isotopes in imaging.

1) Structure of matter:
The Atom, the nucleus, elemental particles, Atomic Mass and energy units, extra nuclear structure,
molecular structure and Bonds, Atomic Energy Levels, Nuclear Energy levels, Electro magnetic
Radiation, Quantum Nature of Radiation. The Electro magnetic Spectrum, Radiation Energy, Particle
2)The Fundamentals of Nuclear physics: Natural & Artificial Radio- Activity, Exponential Decay, and
activity. The Half life and Radio Active Series, Growth of Radio Active Daughter (Equilibrium) Modes
of Radioactive Decay, Alpha Decay, Beta decay, Internal conversion Isomeric Transition, Nuclear
Reaction, The (Alpha, P) (Alpha, N) Reactions, Proton, Bombardment photo Disintegration, Fission,
Fusion, Activation of Nucloides.
3)Production of X- Rays: The X- Ray Tube: – Anode, Cathode, Basic X- Ray, Circuit, Voltage
rectification Diagnostic X- ray tube, The Ray X- ray tube physics of X- rays production,
Bremasstrahlung Characteristics X-ray: Operating characteristics of X- ray tubes (ratings), KVP, MAS
cooling time Modern, X-Ray tubes. Focal spot rotating Anodes, X- Ray tube housing special purpose,
X- ray tubes, X- Ray timers, Calibration of timers- spinning top. Quality controls of an X- Ray
4)Interaction of X- Rays & R- Ray with matter: Ionization, Beam, attenuation, Half value layer, Linear
attenuation co- efficient Mass attenuation co- efficient photoelectric adsorption, Compton
Absorption and coherent shattering pair production stopping power of medium penetration of
charged particles through matter.
5)The Radio logic Examination: The primary Radio logic image, Radiographic, Images Radiographic
and Fluorescent screens, Image Amplifying systems, Radiographic film, Grids, Factors effecting the
Radio logic Image, Characteristics curve of film, Dark room film, automatic film processors.
6)Radiation Quantities and Units: anode, X- ray housing special purpose X- Ray Tubes, X- ray timers,
Activity, Kerma, Exposure, Absorbed Dose, Dose equivalent dose.
7)Principles of Radiation detection and Monitoring Devices: Using a generator, elution procedure
with BARC MO- TC Generator, production of TC- 99 M., Localization Mechanisms, General
Methodology of preparing Radio pharmaceutical, Quality control of Radio- Pharmaceutical, TC- 99
M. leveled radio Pharmaceutical, Radio- Iodine leveled Compounds, Compounds leveled with other
Radio Nuclides statistics of Radio- Isotopes counting Resolving time and loss of counts, sodium
iodide, as X- ray detector, ER- Ray, spectrometer, preamplifier, Amplifier, Pulse storage Data
processing and display, Thyroid uptake probe, Rectilinear scanner, Gamma Camera, Collimator
performance, Collimator detector sensitivity, Collimator properties, pin hole and multi channel
collimators, Gamma Camera performance tests, Hines reference, Phantom and Bar Phantoms.
Dynamic perfusion Scanning procedure of thyroid Brain, lung, Bone, Kidney, Liver, Spleen, Pancreas,
and Myocardial imaging Radionuclide Therapy.

Syllabus according to Indian Nursing Council

i. Community health nursing
ii. Health Promotion
A. Nutrition
B. Human Body & Hygiene.
C. Environmental Sanitation
D. Mental Health
iii. Primary Health care nursing –I
A. Infection and immunization
B. Communicable Diseases.
C. Community health problems
D. Primary medical care
E. First aid and referral
iv. Child Health Nursing
v. Midwifery
vi. Health Center Management

Syllabus for Lab Assistant

Anatomy and Physiology
Human Anatomy with special reference to special senses. Organs of special senses. Pany Orbit and
ocular adnexa (lids & lacrimal system). Ocular muscles & cranial nerves. Gross anatomy of coats of
eye ball (Cornea, Sclera Uvea, retina, lens & Vitreous).
Physiology of the Eye Ball:
Physiology of vision including colour vision. Ocular movements & Binocular Vision. Accommodation
& convergence. Formation & circulation of aqueous & lacrimal fluids.
Physics & Optics:
Law of refraction & reflection spherical & cylindrical surfaces. Optical aberrations of ophthalmic
glasses. Prisms (a) Nomenclature (b) Uses.
Introduction to the various organisms responsible for ocular diseases (Bacteria, virus & fungi).
Technique of conjunctival smears, cultures, scropings & staining (Gram’s & KOH). Infections & its
prevention-routes, cross infection antisepsis & asepsis.
Clinical Pathology:
Examination of urine – Gross albumin & sugar. Preparation & staining of blood slides for DLC and
malarial parasite.
various methods of Administration of drugs in ophthalmic diseases. Preparation and dispensing of
various ophthalmic drugs including fluorescence, Mercurochrome, sodium sulphacetamide,
homatropine, atropine pilocarpine & antibiotic drops. various side reaction of common ophthalmic
drugs & drug abses. Anaesthetics & Antibiotics and acetazolamide. Miotics & Mydriatics.
Vision Testing:
various components of vision, principles of testing for visual acuity.
Geometrical & Physiological Optics:
Optics of human eye and refractive errors. Myopia, hypermatropia & its correction. Aphakia its
correction. Astigmatism, Prebyopia & its correction. Ophthalmic Lenses. Contact Lenser-uses and
abuses. Checking of spectacles. Protective glasses & L.V.A.
Retinosopy & Subjective Testing:
Visual Fields:
Common Eye Diseases:
Types of conjunctivitis including trachoma. Corneal ulcers & opacities. Iritis & cataract. Lids &
lacrimal sac. And eye emergencies. Chemical & radiotional injuries including prevention, first aid &
treatment. Mechanical injuries, prevention first & treatment.

Systemic Disorders:
Diabetes & hypertension.
Nursing care of Ophthalmic Patients:
Ophthalmic Instruments:
Ocular Surgery, Fundamentals of Asepsis Technique:
Ophthalmic Dianosis Equipment (Maintenance):
Minor Surgical Procedures:
Emergency Resuscitation: General & Ophthalmic.
Medical Records: Diseases index, alphabetic index, and numerical index major & minor surgical
Health Education:
National Plan for Control of Blindness. Screening of School children for eye problems. Survey
methodology. Rehabilitation of blind & vocational training for blind. Role of Ophthalmic Assistants in
eye camps.
Training at Mobile Ophthalmic Unit, Organization of Eye camps. Publicity technique. Arrangements
of OPD at camps. Arrangements of refradition of camps. Arrangements operation theatre at camps.
Arrangements of wards at camps. Arrangements of sanitation and illumination at camp.
Arrangements of catering at camps. Arrangements of exhibition at camp. Public relation with
voluntary organization. Interaction with volunteer. Health education – General & Ophthalmic. Survey
in Schools & Sub-health Centres.
Pre-operative preparation of patient in camp. Anaesthesia & Akinesia. Dispensing & Preparation of
drops. Eye dressing & bandaging including preparation of dressing trolley. Role of Ophthalmic
Assistant in O.T. Sterilization, carbolization & Fumigation. Follow up instructions to patients & follow
up visit. Eye Health education.
Ocular Emergencies :
Injuries of the eye including F.B.’s. Acute glaucoma. Causes of sudden blindness.

Syllabus for Pharmacist

Introduction to different dosage forms, their classification with examples—their relative
applications. Familiarization with new drug delivery systems. Introduction to Pharmacopoeias with
special reference to the Indian Pharmacopoeia. Size reduction, Size separation, Metrology—system
of weights and measures. Calculations including conversion from one to another system. Percentage
calculations and adjustment of products. Use of alligation method in calculations. Isotonic solutions.
Mixing and homogenization. Packaging of pharmaceuticals Extraction and galenicals, Clarification
and filtration, Heat processes, Introduction to drying processes, Distillation, Sterilization—concept of
sterilization and its differences from disinfection—thermal resistance of microorganisms. Detailed
study different sterilization processes. Study of immunological products like sera, vaccines, toxoids
and their preparations., Processing of tablets, Processing of capsules
Acids, bases and buffers, Gastrointestinal agents, Acidifying agents, Antacids, Protectives and
adsorbents, Saline cathartics. Antioxidants, Topical agents — (i) Protectives (ii) Antimicrobials and
astringents (iii) Sulphur and its compounds (iv) Astringents—alum and zinc sulphate. Dental product,
Inhalants, Respiratory stimulants, Expectorants and emetics, Antidotes. Major intra and extracellular
electrolytes, Inorganic official compounds of iron, iodine and calcium; ferrous sulfate and calcium
gluconate. Radio pharmaceuticals and contrast media radioactivity, Identification tests for cations
and anions as per Indian Pharmacopoeia. Quality control of drugs and pharmaceuticals
Definition, history and scope of pharmacognosy including indigenous system of medicine. Various
systems of classification of drugs of natural origin. Adulteration and drug evaluation; significance of
pharmacopoeial standards. therapeutic effects and pharmaceutical applications of alkaloids,
terpenoids, glycosides, volatile oils, tannins and resins. Occurrence, distribution, organoleptic
evaluation, chemical constituents including tests wherever applicable and therapeutic efficacy of (a)
Laxatives (b) Cardiotonics (c) Carminatives & G.I. regulators catechu. hyoscyamus, belladonna,
aconite, ashwagandha, ephedra, opium, cannabis, nux vomica. rauwolfia. vasaka, tolu balsam, tulsi.
guggal, colchicum, vinca. chaulmoogra oil. pterocarpus, gymnema sylvestro. gokhru, punarnava.
ipecacuanha. benzoin, myrrh, neem, curcuma. cinchona. ergot. shark liver oil and amla. papaya,
diastase, yeast. Collection and preparation of crude drugs from the market as exemplified by ergot,
opium, rauwolfia, digitalis, senna. Study of source, preparation and identification of fibres used in
sutures and surgical dressings—cotton, silk, wool and regenerated fibres.
Introduction to biochemistry. Brief chemistry and role of carbohydrates, proteins , lipids, their
classification and related diseases. Role of minerals and water in life processes. Brief chemistry and
role of vitamins and coenzymes. brief concept of enzymatic, Introduction to pathology of blood and
Definition of various terms used in anatomy, physiology, Structure of cell, unction of its components
with special reference to mitochondria and microsomes. Elementary tissues of the body,

Composition of blood, blood group and coagulation of blood, Name and functions of lymph glands.
Anatomy and physiology of different body systems in Brief .
Concept of health—definition, indicators of health, concept of disease, prevention of diseases.
Environment and health. First aid—emergency treatment in shock, snake bite, burns, poisoning,
heart disease, fractures and resuscitation methods. Elements of minor surgery and dressings.
Fundamental principles of microbiology, organisms of common diseases. Non-communicable
diseases—causative agents, prevention, care and control. Cancer, diabetes, blindness, cardiovascular
diseases. Communicable disease—causative agents, modes of transmission and prevention. (a)
Respiratory infections—chicken pox, measles, influenza, diptheria, whooping cough and
tuberculosis. (b) Intestinal infections—poliomyelitis, hepatitis, cholera, typhoid, food poisoning,
hookworm infection. (c) Arthropod borne infections—plague, malaria, filariasis. (d) Surface
infections—rabies, trachoma, tetanus, leprosy. (e) Sexually transmitted diseases—syphilis,
gonorrhoea, AIDS. Nutrition and health, vitamins and minerals. Demography and family planning,
natural family planning methods, chemical methods, mechanical methods, hormonal,
contraceptives, population problem of India. Epidemiology —I mmunity and immunisation,
immunological products and their dose schedule. Principles of disease control and prevention,
hospital acquired infection, prevention and control.
Prescriptions : Reading and understanding of prescription; Incompatibilities in prescriptions,
Posology: Dose and dosage of drugs, Dispensed Medications: (i) Powders (ii) Liquid oral dosage (b)
Biphasic liquid dosage forms: • Suspensions • Emulsions (iii) Dental and cosmetic preparations: (iv)
Semi-solid dosage forms: (a) Ointments (iv) emulsification. (v) Sterile dosage forms: (a) Parenteral
dosage forms (b) Sterility testing, (c) Ophthalmic products— study of essential characteristics of
different ophthalmic preparations.
chemistry of pharmaceutical organic compounds covering their nomenclature, chemical structure,
uses and the important physical and chemical properties. The stability and storage conditions and
the different types of pharmaceutical formulations of the drugs.
Pharmacology and Toxicology
Introduction to pharmacology, scope of pharmacology. Routes of administration of drugs, their
advantages and disadvantages. Various processes of absorption of drugs and the factors affecting
them. Metabolism, distribution and excretion of drugs. General mechanism of drugs action and the
factors which modify drugs action. Pharmacological classification of drugs. (i) Drugs acting on the
central nervous system: (a) General anaesthetics, intravenous anesthetics. (b) Analgesic, antipyritic,
sedatives and hypnotics, anti-convulsants, (ii) Local anaesthetics. (iii) Drugs acting on autonomic
nervous system. (iv) Drugs acting one eye, (v) Drugs acting on respiratory system (vi) Antacids, (vii)
Cardiovascular drugs, (viii) Drugs acting on the blood and blood forming organs. (ix) Drugs affecting
renal function (x) Hormones and hormone antagonists (xi) Drugs acting on digestive system
Pharmaceutical Jurisprudence

Study of the structure of a cell. – Normal anatomical Structure, Histology and Functions, (Physiology)
of the all Human Body Systems,
Biochemical structure of the Carbohydrates Proteins, Lipids Enzymes
Clinicial Biochemistry – Kidney function tests, Liver function Test, Cardiac Profile, Lipid Profile
Composition of blood, collection of blood and anticoagulants, Hb estimation, TRBC count –
ANAEMIAS, Preparation & staining of blood films, Leukopoiesis), TWBC & DWBC Count, Absolute
values, ESR, PCV, Reticulocyte count, Platelet count, BT & CT
LE cell preparation, Sickling test, Osmotic fragility Bone Marrow Examination.
Blood Groups, Cross Matching, Coomb’s test, Donor Screening, Blood Transfusion, & transfusion
reactions, Blood Components
Physical chemical & microscopic examination of urine, stool examination, Semen examination, CSF
Parasites in Blood, stool & urine
Morphology of Bacteria, Culture and isolation of bacteria, Gram positive and gram negative cocci
and bacilli, Anaerobic spore bearing bacilli.
Antigen & Antibodies, Diagnosis of syphilis – VDRL & RA test., Widal test, ELISA test.
Fixatives, Tissue processing, impregnation, Block making, Section Cutting, Basic staining of sections,
Collection of tissues for histology, Method of Decalcification.
Techniques & equipments required, Fixatives and staining procedure

Anatomy and Physiology of Human Body
Introduction to the body as a whole. The cells, Tissues, Epithelium: Simple: Compound, Connective
Tissues, Muscles, Cell regeneration, Membranes: mucous, serous, synovial Osteology (including
whole skeleton, bones and joints) Development of bone (osteogenesis): cells involved Types and
function of bone, Types of joints and various movement. Axial Skeleton: Skull, Vertebral Column,
Appendicular skeleton, Healing of bones.The respiratory system: Organs, Functions, Pharynx
Larynx – Functions, lungs: lobes, lobules, pleura.
Radiographic, Photography
Photographic process, Photographic emulsions, Film materials in x-ray department. History,
structure of an x-ray film, single sided films, types of films, Spectral sensitivity of film material,
graininess of film material, speed and contrast of photographic material, Sensitometry:
photographic density, characteristic curve features of the characteristic curve, The storage of film
materials and radiograph: Storage of unprocessed films, storing of radiographs, Intensifying screens
and cassettes. Luminescence: fluorescence and phosphorescence. Construction of an intensifying
screen, The fluorescent materials. Types of intensifying screens. Intensification factor. The influence
of KV, scattered radiation. Detail, sharpness and speed, size of the crystals, reciprocity failure,
Cassette design, care of cassettes, mounting of intensifying screens, Care of intensifying screens,
tests to check screen film contact and light leakage, Film processing: Development: The nature of
development, manual, automatic. The PH scale, The constitution of developing solutions and
properties of development chemicals, The development time, factors in the use of a developer.
Developers in processing systems, Film processing: fixing and role of a fixing solution. Constitution of
the fixing solutions and properties of the Constituents, Fixers used in automatic processors. Factors
affecting the use of the fixer, Regeneration of fixing solution. Silver recovery and its various
methods, Rinsing, washing and drying. Objects of rinsing and washing, methods employed. Methods
of drying films, Preparation of solutions and making stock solution, Processing equipment: , Dark
room: , Systems for daylight film handling , The radiographic image , Unsharpness in the
radiographic image. Various factors contributing towards unsharpness, The presentation of the
Radiograph. Identification markers and orientation. Documentary preparation, Viewing accessories,
Light images and their recording, Fluorography: , Subtraction: , Common film faults due to
manufacturing as well as due to chemical processing, Management of the quality of the
Radiographic image.
Structure of matter and principles of machines, electricity and electromagnetism applied in
radiological instruments. Physics principles in design and working of x-ray tube technology.
Construction and working principles of transformers and autotransformers used in x-ray circuits.
Measurement of voltage special KV meters. Measurement of tube current in milli and
microamperes. Principles of thermionic emission and rectification in x-ray technology. High voltage
D.C. circuits in imaging and therapy tube circuits. Electrical hazards and safety x-ray tube rating in
imaging and therapy x-ray tubes and thermal safety. Introduction to intensity of radiation in general
and its variation by distance. Introduction to eletroma-genetic spectrum, definition of wavelength
and its quantum relationship with peak kilovoltage. Physical principles of radiation and optical field
coverage and the factor affecting the field projected on patient during x-ray imaging and
radiotherapy exponential and trigonometric functions used in radiological calculations.
Radiography Techniques
Skeletal system: Radiography techniques for x-ray of: (a) Upper limb with special reference to joint.
(b) Lower limb which includes all the bones with special reference to joint. femur and metatarsals,
etc. (c) Shoulder girdle and thorax. (d) Vertebral column with special techniques for cervical spine,
intervertebral joints and formina. Limbo-sacral joint. (e) Pelvic girdle and hip region. (f) Respiratory

system chest radiography for both the lungs, apical, lordotic and oblique views, techniques to
decubitus AP and lateral views.
Anatomy and Physiology of Human Body :
Types of cells, tissues, bones and joints. Introduction to system and cavities of the body. Heart and
Blood vessels, The Lymphatic System: The Digestive System:, The Urinary System:, The Reproductive
System: Male & Female Reproductive system:, The Endocrine System:, The Organs of Sense:
Atomic structure as applied to generation of x-rays and radioactivity spectrum of diagnostic imaging
and therapy x-rays. Effects of variation of tube voltage, current, filtration, HT waveform and target
material on x-ray production. Laws of radioactivity and decay schemes of different alpha, beta,
gamma ray, negatron and position emitters as used in medicine especially in radiotherapy. Artificial
radionuclide generators employed in medicine in general and radiotherapy sources in particular.
Interaction of radiation with matter attenuation absorption and scattering phenomena.
Photoelectric absorption, Compton scattering, pair production and annihilation process, ionisation,
effects of geometry of thickness of the absorber. Dependence on the nature and atomic number of
the absorber and on radiation quality. Transmission of x-ray through body tissues. Linear energy
transfer. Range of secondary electrons and electron build up. Relative amounts of scatter from
homogeneous and heterogeneous beam during the passage through a patient. Physical
requirements of beam defining devices e.g. cones, diaphragm, collimators etc. Units of radiation
measurement specification of quality and half-valve thickness (HVT) and its measurements, filters
and filtration. Measurements of radiation and dosimetric procedures. Radiation detectors and their
principles of working. Definitions of Bragg-peak, percentage depth dose, and peak scatter factor,
tissue air-ratio, tissue maximum ratios scatter air ratio, isodose curves and radiation penumbra of
different beams. Wedge filters, scattering foils. Physics properties of phantoms, phantom materials,
bonus and bolus substitutes. Factors used for treatment dose calculation method. Physical aspects
of electron and neutron beam therapy.
Radiation Protection:
Definition of radiation hazards maximum permissible dose and annual limit of intake (ALI),
permissible dose levels on and around sealed source housing and installation principles of radiation
protection and MPD’s of different ICRP rules, stochastic and non-stochastic effects. Importance of
‘ALARA’ physical principles of design and planning of radiation installation. Safe work practice in tele
therapy and Brach therapy. Shielding materials, radiation surveys and personnel monitoring devices
film badges. TLD badges, pocket dosimeters.
Skull: Radiography of cranial bones, cranium, sella turcica, orbit, optic foramina, superior orbital
fissure and inferior orbital fissure. Facial Bones:. Dental Radiography:. Abdomen:, Macro
radiography:, Stereography:, Soft tissue techniques: , Operation theatre techniques:
Radiography:- techniques including special procedures.
Ventriculography and encephalogrphy, Myelography, Angiogrphy


  1. Introduction to surgery and basic surgical procedures
  2. Sterilization of equipment and O.T. (Aphasia, Antisepsis & Fumigation.) & O.T.
  3. Surgical infection in O.T. & prevention anti Microbial therapy.
  4. Fluids & electrolytes & intra venous fluids & setting up of IV line & Eletransfuisa.
  5. Shifting of O.T. patients (Pre & Post op.) Sp. trauma patients.
  6. Various surgical instrument.
  7. Maintenance & care of general & special surgical instruments & equipments.
  8. Pre-Op requirements (case papers, Pt. identification, consent, pre-op
  9. Positioning of patient for special surgical procedures.
  10. Control of Hemorrhage & resusaration.
  11. O.T. illumination.
  12. Preparation of surgical field.
  13. Assisting at operation & setting up of instrument trolley
    (a) Gen. surgery.
    (b) Uri. Surgery.
    (c) Gastrointestinal surgery.
    (d) Neurosurgery.
    (e) Cardiovascular surgery.
    (f) Orthopedic surgery.
    (g) E.N.T surgery.
    (h) Gynaelogical & Obstetric surgery.
  14. Surgical sutures.
  15. Collection of specimens
  16. Dressing material & their application.
  17. Waste disposal.


    a- Structure and function of cell, tissue, Skeletal System, joints and muscles of body
    b- Structure and function of various system of human body for exc. Nervous System
    Circulatory, Respirator System, Excretory system, Reproductive system, Endocrine
    system. And Digestive system of human body.
    c- Sensory organs.
    a- Macro nutrient and Micro nutrient.
    b- Cookery rules and Preservation of nutrients.
    c- Role of nurse in nutrition programme
    a- Types of immunity
    b- Immunization
    c- Hyper sensitivity and auto Immunity
    d- Control and Destruction of Microbes:-
     Sterilization
     Disinfection
     Chemotherapy and Antibiotics
     Pasteurization
     Medical and Surgical Asepsis
     Bio safety and Waste management
    a- concept of health, nursing profession, hospital policy, nursing process, documentation,
    Recording, reporting health assessment, and meeting general and special need of patients
    .care of terminally ill patients.
    a- Personality development. Motivation and emotional process.
    b- psychological assessment and mental health and hygiene.
    a- Health determinants, Epidemiology and nursing management of common communicable
    diseases and non-communicable diseases, population explosion and its control.
    b- Health policy and planning, national health and family welfare programme, health
    agencies, role and responsibility of community health nurse
    a- Common sings, symptoms, and nursing management of medical and surgical systemic
    b- disorders of human body.
    c- nursing management of pre and post-operative patients.
    d- nursing management of communicable and non-communicable diseases

e- nursing management of patients in emergency and disaster situation.
f- nursing management of geriatric client
g- General clinical investigation
h- Oncology Nursing
i- Fluid and electrolytes balance and Imbalanced

    a- modern concept of child health nursing, IMNCI, management of behavioral and social
    b- problem of children, care of new born and new born resuscitation, KMC
    a- concept of midwifery and obstetrical nursing.
    b- assessment and management of antenatal, intra-natal, and postnatal period.
    c- assessment and management of normal neonates’ high-risk pregnancy, abnormal Labour.
    d- Drugs used in obstetric nursing, Family welfare programme.
    a- Principals and concept of mental health nursing, Assessment of mental health nursing,
    b- nursing management of client with psychotic and neurotic disorder, legal issue in mental
    health nursing.
    a- Research approach, design, sampling review of literature, and statistical analysis
    a- skill of communication, inter personal relationship and human relation
    b- Guidance and counselling, use of A V Aids, various method of class room and clinical
    c- teaching, use of IEC material
    d- Assessment of knowledge skill and attitude and OSCE
    e- Management of nursing services in the hospital and community, in service education,
    f- management of nursing institution and professional advancement, budget planning .
    a- Relationship between individual and society
    b- Social group, social changes, social control problems and different culture.
    c- Population, family and marriage and types of community in India.
    a- Administration and management process
    b- Administration of Hospital department, Units, Wards
    c- Management of equipment supply
    d- Cost and financing of Health care
    Vital statistics

ECG Technician Course

  1. Anatomy or Heart
  • Structure of Myocytes
  • Coronary Arteries Veins
  • Nerves, Pericardium
  • Relation or heart of thoracic structures/Mediastinum.
  • Depolarization/Depolarization
  • Conic charges – Influx and Efflux of NaT,KT.
  • Calcium in Sarcoplasmic Reticulum.
  • Properties- Automaticity, Refractory period etc.
  • Normal ECG pattern and Recording.
  • Physiological charges in ECG9
    Pharmacology :
  • Cardiac Drugs
  • Effect of drugs on ECG charges.
  • Toxicity of Drugs and ECG charges.
    Clinical Cardiology :
  • Recording of ECG
  • Recording of various leads/modifications under different clinical conditions.
  • Recording at different speed/Amplitude.
  • Recording on single channel machine multi channel machine with analysis.
  • Basic interpretation of Myocardial infarction, Arrhythmia/ Hypertrophy/ Effect
    of Drugs.
  • Reporting of ECG and ECG changes which need immediate attention/

Orthopaedic Technician Course
Orthopaedics and traumatology

  1. Fractures and Dislocation:
    Definition, fractures healing, types of fractures, General principles of
    treatment, Common fractures of upper and lower extremities.
  2. General principles of Operative procedures and Orthopaedic appliances.
  3. Management of acutely injured:
    First aid, ransport, resuscitation methods.
  4. Operation room techniques:
    Reception of patients in OT premises, scrubbing, dressing, tourniquet and
    it’s application, growing. painting and draping,
    OT fumigation and UV lights,
    OT table and attachments, autoclaving
  5. Preparation for Anaesthesia:
    Reception of patient,
    positioning for anaesthesia,
    check out procedure.
  6. Sterilisation:
    Defination, classification of sterilizing agents, physical methods of
    sterilization, importance of sterilization.
  7. Maintenance of equipments in Operation Theatre:
    Surgical diathermy,
    suction machine,
    OT table, various lightening systems fumigation.
  8. Orthopaedic Instruments:
    Handling and care.
  9. Sutures:
    Absorbable: Surgical Catgut, collagen sutures, sy6nthetic absorbable utures
    Nonabsorabable: Silks, Cotton, Plyamide, Polypropylene, stainless steel etc.
  10. Plaster and plaster techniques:
    History of plaster of Paris,
    properties of plaster of Paris,
    Preparation of plaster of Paris bandages,
    different types of slabs and casts,
    correct method of Appling slabs and casts,
    special plaster –FCB, PTB etc.
    plaster removal,
    plaster cutter and associated instruments.
  11. Dressing and Dressing room techniques:
    introduction: general environment of cleanliness.
    Dressing table and trolley, drums: preparation contents and maintenance,
    dressing material: types, preparation, use and sterilization.

Different types of solutions used for dressing viz hydrogen peroxide,
providing iodine etc.
Medicated dressings viz Sofratulley, collagen etc.
Basic principles of bandaging.

  1. Fundamentals of Nursing:
    Introduction: general environment and cleanliness.
    Proper disposal of ward waste,
    Beds: bed making, posturing in bed, special beds viz pneumatic, waterbeds.
    Hygienic care: care of skin, care of hairs and nails, oral hygiene, care of
    pressure points. Exercise and activity: Principles of good posturing and
    body behaviour, moving and lifing patient, posture changes assisting patient
    in attaining ambulatory status.
    Promoting urinary and intestinal climinations: offering urinal, bedpan.
    observations of urine and faeces. Maintaining nutrition.
    Maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance.
    Maintenance of input/output records.
    Oral intake measures.

Normal aspects of speech, language and communication :

  1. History and development of the profession of speech – language pathology.
     Major work activities of SLP.
     Various settings of service delivery.
     Other professions concerned with communication disorders.
  2. Human Communication
     Defination and components.
     Distinctions and similarities between communication, speech and language.
     Speech chain.
     Functions of Communication, speech and language
     Modes of communication.
     Characteristics of good speech.
  3. The Physical mechanism of speech and language production.
     Anatomy and Physiology of respiratory system.
     Respiration for life and speech.
     Anatomy and physiology of laryngeal system.
     Bases of pitch and loudness change mechanism.
     Anatomy and physiology of articulatory system
     Anatomy of the nervous system related to speech and language.
     Speech as an overlaid function.
  4. Acoustic aspect of speech
     Source filter theory of speech production.
     Harmonics, formants, transients and aperiodic energy.
     Acoustic characteristics of normal voice and prosody.
  5. Interactive bases of human communication
     Social bases.
     Cognitive bases.
     Psychological bases.
  6. Normal development of communication
     Development of communicative intent.
     Development of voice.
     Development of Phonology.
     Development of Semantics.
     Development of Syntax.
     Development Pragmatics.
    Prerequisties for language and speech development.
    Factors affecting language and speech development.
    Theories of language acquisition – Innate Vs Acquired – a brief introduction
    Models of speech production.
    Stages of language and speech development.
    Speech and language skills of infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, school-going children and
    Speech and language disorder
  7. Definitions, cause and characteristics of :
    a. Developmental language disorder
    b. Articulation disorders
    c. Fluency disorders
    d. Voice disorders
    e. Cerebral palsy
    f. Cleft lip and palate
    g. Aphasia
    h. Learning disability
  8. General principles of assessment and intervention
    Definitions and goals of assessment and intervention.
    Basic procedures in assessment and intervention (interview, informal and formal procedures).
    Report writing and counselling – an introduction.
    Informal assessment of pre-requisites for language oral peripheral mechanism, child directed

Refrctionist & Optometrist Syllabus
Anatomy of eye
Physiology of eye
 General consideration of different terms used in ophthalmology.
 Common diseases of eyelids
 Common diseases of conjunctiva
 Common diseases of sclera Common diseases of iris & ciliary body
 Glaucoma Cataract
 Orbit
 Examination of eye
 Special investigation of eye
 Demonstrations – on above subjects.
 Visualaquity
 amplitude of accommodation
 Colour vision
 Principle of Radioscopy
 Static refraction
 Errors of refraction
 Myopia
 Hypermetropia
 Astigmatism
 Apahna
 Presbyopia
 Anisometropia
 Anisokomia.
 Physical optic
 Properties of light.
 Principal of reflection
 Principal of refractions
 Lenses and their combinations
 Len some try
 Keratometry
 Contact lenses
 Indications
 Types
 Uses
 Practice – Low vision aids

Dialysis Technician Syllabus

  1. Structure and function of Kidney (Anatomy & Physiology)
  2. Introduction of renal diseases.
  3. Renal failure – Acute Chronic and immediate management.
  4. History of dialysis.
  5. Principles and types of dialysis.
  6. Vascular access for dialysis.
  7. Anticoagulation : Principles and problems.
  8. Haemodialysis Machine : Working Principles and maintenance.
  9. Water Treatment Plant: Working Principles and maintenance.
  10. Complication and management of complication during dialysis.
  11. Assessment of adequacy of dialysis.
  12. Reuse of dialysis.
  13. Sterile techniques in dialysis.
  14. Emergencies in dialysis.

Dental Mechanics Syllabus

  1. Year Dental Mechanic
    Dental Materials Including Metallury :
    Composition, properties, uses, advantages, disadvantages of the following
  2. Plaster of paris
  3. Investment materials
  4. Impression materials
  5. Tray materials
  6. Denture base materials
  7. Waxes
  8. Dental cements
    Metallurgic terms
    General properties of metals
    Metals used in dentistry like gold, silver, zinc, lead, mercury, and
    Alloys used in dentistry like casting alloys, wrought gold, silver,
    stainless steel. Heat treatment done.
    Solders, Fluxes and anti fluxes
    Tarnis and corrosion
    Applied Oral Anatomy :
     Elmentary anatomy of denture bearing area
     Human dentition and occlusion
     Muscles of mastication and facial expression
     Muscles of phonation
     Movements of temporomandibular joint
     Tooth carving

Dental Hygienist Syllabus
General Anatomy and Histology :
a. General structures of mucous membrane, Bone, Museles, Blood
vessels, Lymphatic, Glands and nerves.
b. Blood supply, nerve supply and Lymphatic drainage of face in general
and teeth associated structures in particular.
c. Elementary knowledge of development of the face and jaw.
d. Muscles of mastication and facial expression.
e. Tempero mandibular joint.
f. Course and distribution of 5.7 and 9 cranial nerves.
g. Dental anatomy and histology- Structures, nomenclature and
development of human teeth.
General Physiology :
a. General Outlines of the Physiological process of the human body.
b. General outline of CVS, CNS and Endocrine glands, Special Senses.
c. Composition and function of saliva.
d. Mastication, Deglutition and phonation.
e. Blood-Structure-Function-Clotting mechanism.
General and Dental Pharmacology :
a. Brief description of Nomenclature.
b. Derivation, Dosage, Pharmacological action and therapeutic uses of
drugs commonly used in destistry.
c. Analgesics, Antibiotics, Local Anesthetics, Coagulants and AntiCoagulants and Vitamins.
General Pathology and Microbiology and Oral Pathology and Dental
Anatomy and Histology.
a. General Principles of Pathology- Inflammation, Degeneration and
b. Application of general principles of pathology of teeth and surrounding
c. Development of teeth and Histlology of enamel, Dentine, Pulp and
Periodontal tissues.
d. Dental Anomalies.
e. Dental Nomenclature.
f. Attrition, Abrasion and Erosion.
g. Oral Manifestation of systemic diseases.
h. Vitamin Deficiencies and infectious deseases.
i. Neoplasm in general.
j. Elementary knowledge of Bacteriology, Infection and Immunity.
k. Sterilisation and Infection control.
l. Brief description of Pathology and Bacteriology of Dental caries,
Gingival and Perodontal infections

Dental Materials
a. General knowledge of various materials used in Dentistry and their
b. Impression materials and model materials.
c. Dressing materials and various filling materials, Temporary and

Ribs, Vertebrae, Intercostals space, intercostals nerve, pleural,
reflection, outline of respiratory system as a whole. Medicastinal surface of
lungs, Broncho-pulmonary segments, Mediastinum, Heart & Coronary
vessels, Jonits of Thorax, Vertebral column & its applied anatomy.
Abdomen & Pelvis:
Lumbar vertebral, Sacrum, Bony Pelvis, Ant Abdominal wall, Inguinal
canal & hernia, Testes, Scrotum, General outline of digestive system. Liver,
gall bladder, kidney, uretger, Suprarenal glad, urinary bladder, prostate,
urethra, male and female reproductive organs, joints and pelvis.
Superior Extremity:
Bones in detail Branchial Plexus including applied anatomy, Main
muscle groupos and their actions, joints and their applied anatomy, Axillary
lymphatic drainage of mammary gland venous drainage of upper limb.
Interior Extremity:
Bone in detail, lumber and sacral plexus, main nervesd and muscles.
Arches of foot and its applied anatomy, Arterial anastomosis around knee joint
venos drainage, Ingunal lymphodes joints & their applied anatomy.
Brain & Spinal Cord:
Connection & main functions of each part, internal capsule, and blood
Surface Anatomy:
Bony landmarks and surface anatomy of important structures.

Human Physiology

  1. Introdution
  2. Tissues.
  3. Cardio Vascular Systam
  4. Respiratory system
  5. Neuromuscular system
  6. Digestive System
  7. Genito Urinary Systam
  8. Endocrine System
  9. Temperature
    Biochemistry mm 35
  10. Biophysics
  11. Cell
  12. Carbohydrates
  13. Lipids
  14. Proteins
  15. Nucleic Acids
  16. Enzymes
  17. Vitamins
  18. Bio-Energetics
  19. Carbohydrate Metabolism
  20. Lipid Metabolism
  21. Protein Metabolism
  22. Water and Electrolytes
  23. Mineral Metabolism
  24. Nutrition
  25. Connective Tissue
  26. Nerve Tissue
  27. Muscle Tissue
  28. Hormones
  29. Isotopes
    Pathology & Bacteriology
     Pharmacology Section (B) 35
     General Psychology
     Principles of Occupational Therapy Theory

Anaesthesia Technician Syllabus

  1. Prelimary knowledge of basic principles of anaesthesia equipments.
    ( Gas pipeline system, oxygen cylinders, anaesthesia machine, various
    circuits tubes, vaporizers, moniters, ventilators.)
  2. Basic knowledge of drugs commonly used in anaesthesia practice (in
    OT,ICU), resuscitation.
  3. Cleaning & sterilization of the equipments used routinely.
  4. To assist the anaesthesiologist in preparing the patient for anaesthesia.
    And intra and post-operative care fo the patient.
  5. To assist the anaesthesiologist in ICU. (Care of the uncouncious patient)
  6. To learn and assist the anaesthesiologist during CPCR.
  7. Documentation of anaesthesia record.
    Operation Theatre Technician Topics for Anaesthesia:
  8. Introduction and types of anaesthesia.
  9. General anaesthesia – anaesthetic gases and volatile anaesthesia agent.
  10. Equipment for general anaesthesia – anaesthetic machine & other
    instrument preparation and arrangement.
  11. Drugs used for pre-operative, intra operative and post-operative
  12. Arrangement drugs and other equipment in O.T.
  13. Regional Anaesthesia – spinal, epidural, nerve & plexus blocks.
  14. Preparation and arrangement for regional anaesthesia.
  15. Clinical observation and identification of sign and symptoms of shock,
    allergic rerductions respiratory distress & assistance in other emergency
  16. Requirements and assistance in conduct of anaesthesia intensive therapy
    unit and resuscitation.
  17. Intravenous infusion solutions and blood transfusion therapy.
  18. Pre- operative check- up, and preparation of patient for anaesthesia.
  19. Post –operative observation and care of patient.
  20. Maintenance, care and sterilization of anaesthesia equipments.
  21. Care, maintenance and use of monitoring equipment used in anaesthesia.
  22. Record kepping and maintenance of record of drugs and patient
    anaesthesia record

Dental Technician

  1. Dental Anatomy and terminology
     A study of anatomy and terminology related to construction of
    dental applications.
  2. Complete Dentures
     Overview of complete denture construction.
     Anatomy and physiology of the mouth and associated structures.
     Artificial teeth for complete dentures.
  3. Partial Dentures
     Principles and major component parts for removable partial
    dentures .
     Partially edentulous classification ,principles of survey and design,
    cast design, contour soldering, tooth arrangement and wax-up,
    process and finishing.
  4. Tooth Morphology
     An introduction to tooth morphology and element of occlusion.
  5. Dental Material
     Physical and chemical properties of materials used in dental
    appliance construction.
     Testing and comparisons of dental materials.
  6. Fixed Prosthodontics
     The last wax method of constructing fixed dental restorations.
     Occluding metal crowns will be constructed on models of articulated
    posterior dentitions.
     Metal crowns, pontics.
  7. Complete Dentures Construction
     Complete dentures and post-processing occlusal refinement.
  8. Partial Denture Construction
     The study and construction of removable orthodontics.
     Contouring of wires to complete various techniques in anchorage,
    retention and tooth movement.
     Removable cast partial frameworks.
     Prescriptions, principles of design, spruing techniques.
     Processing in cold cure, pour and heat cure techniques.
  9. Fixed Prosthodontics
     Stress directing attachments in fixed partial dentures.
     Designing metal structures for ceramomental restorations.
     Dental porcelains and aesthetic restorations.
     Dental porcelains and ceramomental techniques, maxilloficial

Prosthetics (Upper Extremity)
(i) Classification by level of amputation. (ii) Medical consideration applied anatomy and pathological consideration
(iii) Classification of congenital skeletal limb deficiencies (iv) Prosthetic prescription (v) Amputee trainee (i)
Components of upper extremity prostheses, control & harness systems. (ii) Fabrication principle & procedures for
upper extremity prostheses (iii) Measurement fitting & alignment (iv) Check-out & care of B.E. prostheses.
(v) Bio-mechanics of U.E. prostheses. (vi) Harness & control systems Below Elbow harnessing & this causes, shoulder
amputee harnessing (vii) Clinical aspects of U.E. prosthesis (viii) Training in the use of U.E. prosthesis (ix) Electromechanical myoelectric and other externally powered prostheses (x) Study of publication sources for updating
information on upper limb prostheses
Prosthetics (Lower Extremity)

  1. Medical Subjects (i) Levels of amputation & limiting factor (lower extremity)
    (ii) Psychological aspects of amputation (iii) Classification of congenital skeletal limb deficiencies.
    (iv) Prosthetic / Orthotic assessment and evaluation techniques (v) Prosthetic prescription (vi)
    Immediate & early Prosthetic management
  2. Technical (i) Prosthetic components below knee & above knee (ii) Examination of stump,
    measurement, cast taking POP modification, fabrication, alignment & fitting procedures for below
    knee & above knee amputations (this include prosthesis for partial foot, choparts, syme’s below
    knee, through knee above knee amputations
    (iii) Gait analysis of BK/ AK amputees fitted with prostheses. (iv) Check out of below knee &
    above knee prosthesis (v) Maintenance & care of prosthesis vi) Hip disarticulation &
    Hemipelvectomy prosthesis (vii) Bio-mechanics of below knee, above knee & hip disarticulation
    prosthesis (viii) Fluid controlled prosthesis (ix) Modular & other modern types of prosthesis
    Orthotic (Upper Extremity)
  3. i. Functional anatomy of the hand
    ii. How to train the patients to use functional splint & arms braces.
  4. Measurement, selection of materials & components, fabrication & fitting of the following:
    (i) Static fingers hand splints. (ii) Functional hand splints (iii) Functional arm braces (iv)Feeders (v)
    Special assistive devices (vi) Myoelectric & other externally powered upper extremity orthoses
  5. Biomechanics of functional hand splints and arm Orthosis
    Orthotic (Lower Extremity)
  6. Foot Orthoses
    Medical – (i) Anatomy of Foot (ii) Orthotic – Prescription for different pathological condition, pathomechanics of
    foot & ankles.
    Technical- (i) Shoes, boots & their components (ii) Shoe modifications, principles & procedures in clinical
    application (iii) Biomechanics of the foot
  7. Ankle Foot Orthoses, K.O. KAFO, EKAFO, GIL, HKAFOMedical – (i) Pathomechanics Lower extremity (including foot, ankle, knee and hip.) (ii) Introduction to
    Orthotic management (iii) Orthotic prescription (iv) The influence of error in bracing upon
    deformity of lower extremity (v) Gait training
    Technical- (i) Lower extremity orthotic components & functions. (ii) Principles of taking measurements, selection
    of components, fabrication, alignment fitting and check-out of orthoses. (iii) Analysis of Pathological
    & orthotic gait (iv) Study of publications sources for up- to-date information on lower extremity


  1. An Architecture for Physiological Function
     Development, ultra structure and Anatomy of Respiratory tract and
     Embryology of lungs, heart, mediastinum and diaphragm.
     Development anomalies
     Surgical and endoscopic and applied Anatomy of chest and neck
    including Lymphatic drainage.
     Radiographic Anatomy (plain skiagram, CT, MRI, Ultrasound etc.)
  2. Physiological Principles
     Control of Ventilation and role of peripheral and central
    Chemoreceptors & pulmonary mechanics.
     Ventilation, pulmonary Blood Flow, Gas Exchange, Blood Gas
    Transport and assessment of pulmonary functions.
     Non-respiratory immunological and endocrine functions of lung.
     Inhalation kinetics and its implication in aerosol therapy, sputum
    induction etc.
     Acid-base and electrolye balance.
  3. Approach to the Patient with Respiratory signs and symptoms
     Basic signs and symptoms of lung diseases
     Pathogenesis, evaluation of dysnoea and abnormal breathingpatterns.
     Pulmonary manifestations of systemic diseases.
  4. Diagnostic Procedures
     Trache Bronchial Secretion/Transbronchial Aspirations
     Bronchoscophy and related Procedures
     Radiographic Evaluation of the Chest and Computer Tomography
    and MRI
     Gram’s stain, Zeihl-Neelsen stain for AFB, Fluorescent
    Microscopy, fungus Stain, Gomori stain for p. carini.
     Immunological Tests including Mantoux.
     Polymerase chain reaction, D. N. A. probe, Bactec tests.
     Thoracocentesis, Biopsy FNAC/FNAB
     Spirometry, ABG, Diffusion studies
  5. Mycobacterial diseases of the Lungs
     Epidemiology, Microbiology and Prevention of Tuberculosis
     Pathogenesis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis and clinical Manifestations
    and diagnosis of Mycobacterial Disease
     Diseases caused by Mycobacteria other than Mycobacterium
     Treatment of Mycobacterial Diseases of the Lungs caused by
    Mycobacterium Tuberculosis
     RNTCP
     Treatmetn of pulmonary tuberculosis in hepatic renal and endocrine
    disorders and in pregnancy.
     Multidrug resistant tuberculosis

 AIDS & tuberculosis
 Chemoprephylaxes

  1. Immunological Disorders
     Immune defenses of the lung and Cellular Communication in
    Respiration Immunity.
     Sarcoidosis
     Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis and Pulmonary Manifestations of
    Collagen Vascular Diseases.
     Eosinophilie Pneumonias and Tropical eosinophilia
     Granuloma like Wegener’s, Churg Strauss etc.
  2. Interstitial Diseases
     Reactions of the Interstitial Space to injury
     Pulmonary Fibrosis
     Occupatioonal and Environmental Pulmonary Diseases.
  3. Non-infection disorders of the pulmonary Parenchyma
     Aspiration and inhalational (non-Occupational) Disease of the Lung
     Pulmonary Edema
     Drug induced pulmonary diseases
  4. Pulmonary circulatory disorders
     Pulmonary Hypertension and Cor Pulmonale
     Pulmonary thromboembolic Disease.
  5. Obstructive diseases of the lungs
     Asthma Epidemology, General Features, Pathogenesis,
    Pathophysiology and therapeutic modalities Chronic Obstructive
     Immunotherapy
     Long term Oxygen therapy
     Inhalation therapy
     Cystic Fibrosis
     Pulmonary Rehabilitation
     Acute Brochrolitis and Bronchiolitis Obliteran
     Upper airway obstraction
     Broncholitis Obliterans organizing Pneumonia (BOOP)
  6. Hypoventilation Syndromes and sleep disorders
     Disorders of Alveolar Ventalation
     Sleep Apnea Syndrome
     Obesity
  7. Non – Tuberculosis Infections of the Lungs Generalaspects
     Approach to patient with PulmonaryInfections
     Nosocomal Pneumonia
     Systemic Infection and the Lungs
  8. Non – Tuberculosis infections of the lungs specific disorders
     Pneumonias caused by Gram-Positive Bacteria, Gram Negative

Aerobic- Organisms and Anaerobic Organisms and Anaerobic
infections of the Pleura
 Unusual Bacterial Pneumonia including viral or rickettsial
 Community Acquired Pneumonia
 Bronchectasis

  1. Cancer of the lungs
     Biology of the lung cancer, small cell and non small cell
     Epidemiology, Pathology, Natural History and Clinical Picture of the
    Carcinoma of the Lung.
     Diagnostic Approach of Pulmonary Nodules
     Small Cell Lung Cancer
     Medical Management and Surgical Treatment of Non-small Cell Lung
    Cancer and Parancoplastic syndrome
     Radiation Therapy in the Management of the Carcinoma of the Lung
     Benign and malignant Neoplasms of the Lung other than
    Bronchogenic Carcinoma and thymic and neuro fibromatous tumors,
    Neoplasms of the Pleura, Chest Wall and diaphragm
     Prevention of Neoplasia
  2. Diseases of the Mediastinum
     Non-neoplastic disorders of the Mediastinum
     Primary Neoplasms and cysts of the Mediastinum
  3. Disorders of the Pleura
     Pleural Dynamics and Effusions
     Non neoplastic and Neoplastic Pleural Effusions
     Pneumothorax
     Pyothorax and Broncho-pleural; fistula
     Pleural thickening, fibrosis and calcification
  4. Acute Respiratory Failure
     Acute Respiratory failure: Introduction and Overview
     Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome: Clinical Features, Pathogenesis,
    Sequential Morphological changes and Management
     Acute Respiratory failure in the patient with Obstructive AirwaysDisease
     Respiratory Muscles and clinical Implications of Respiratory Muscle
     Oxygen Therapy
     Mechanical ventilation

SYllabus: Theory for Cardio Thoracic Technicain

  1. General Human Anatomy & Physiology
  2. Anatomy of Heart Lung blodd vessel.
  3. Heart as pump & Cardiac Cycle.
  4. Bloo, its components and Haemostatic.
  5. Respiration, Gas Exchange & Diffusion.
  6. Types of Oxygenators and some common oxygenators
  7. Heat Exchange , Filters and Reservoirs,
  8. Aortic and Arterial Cannulae,
  9. Venous Cannulea and techniques.
  10. Priming fluids, PCv.
  11. Pharmacology of commonly used medicines lonotropes, antiarrythmies.
  12. Technique of Cardiopulmonary Bypass
  13. Cardioplegia, additives & techniques
  14. Hypothermia, Circulatory arrest and Homescstiatic management
  15. Conduction system of heart
  16. E.C.G. and defibrillation.
  17. Body response of Extra corporeal circulation and complication of
    Cardiopulmonary Bypass.
  18. Excretory function and Acid base Balance.
  19. Ultra filtration during cardiopulmonary Bypass.
  20. Heart blocks and pacemaker.
  21. Emergency during cardiopulmonary Bypass.
  22. Rheumatic heart diseases pathology and surgery.
  23. Ischemic Heart diseases (Pathology and surgical Management).
  24. Acyanotic congenital Heart diseases (Pathology and Surgery)
  25. Cyan tic congentital Heart diseases (Pathology and Sergery)
  26. Perfusion Technology for minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery.
  27. Method of Sterilization.
  28. Asepsis and Theatre technique The practical training is imparted in the
    following manner

The syllabus for Lab Assistant, Dark Room Assistant, Dresser Grade – 2, Discuss Hall attendant, Technical Assistant, Technician Assistant, Dresser, OT Assistant, OT attendant for the subject for Biology, Physics and Chemistry will be as per the syllabus as per 10+2.

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