TSPSC Health Supervisor Syllabus 2017
TSPSC Health Supervisor Paper I Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor Paper II Syllabus
- Medical Science & General Medicine (MBBS) level
- Homeopathic Medicine (BHMS level)
- Unani Medicine (BUMS level)
- Medical Science & General Medicine (BAMS Level)
TSPSC Health Supervisor PAPER-I Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor GENERAL STUDIES AND GENERAL ABILITIES Syllabus
1. Current Affairs: International, National and State.
2. Society, Heritage and Culture, Polity, Economy, Human Development Indices and the Development Programmes in India and Telangana.
3. Natural Resources in India and Telangana: their distribution, exploitation, conservation and related issues.
4. Basic concepts of Ecology and Environment and their impact on health and economy; Disasters and Disaster management.
5. Impact of changing demographic trends on health, environment and society.
6. Agriculture, Industry, Trade, Transportation and Service sectors in India and Telangana.
7. Food adulteration, Food processing, food distribution, food storage and their relevance to public health.
8. Recent trends in Science and Technology.
9. Telangana Statehood movement and formation of Telangana State.
10.Moral values and Professional ethics.
11.Logical Reasoning: Analytical Ability and Data Interpretation.
TSPSC Health Supervisor PAPER-II Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor MEDICAL SCIENCE & GENERAL MEDICINE (MBBS LEVEL) Syllabus
The subject deals with the structure of human body. The curriculum for subject is as follow:
- a. General Anatomy
- b. Regional Anatomy
i. Upper limb
ii. Lower limb
iii. Abdomen and Pelvis
v. Head & Neck
vi. Spinal Cord & Brain
- c. Micro-Anatomy
i. General Histology
ii. Systemic Histology
- d. Developmental Anatomy
i. General Embryology
ii. Systemic Embryology
- e. Genetics
- f. Radiological Anatomy, USG, CT, MRI
- g. Surface Anatomy, Living & Marking
- a. General Physiology.
- b. Hematology
- c. Nerve
- d. Muscle
- e. Respiratory Physiology
- f. Cardiovascular Physiology
- g. Renal Physiology
- h. Body Temperature Regulation
- i. Alimentary System
- j. Nutrition
- k. Endocrine System
- l. Reproductive Physiology
- m. Special Senses: Eye, Ear, Taste, Smell
- n. Central Nervous System
- o. Bio Physics
- p. Environmental Physiology
- a. Molecular and functional organization of a cell and its sub-cellular components.
- b. Chemistry of enzymes and their clinical applications.
- c. Chemistry and metabolism of proteins and related disorders.
- d. Chemistry and metabolism of purines and pyrimidines and related disorders.
- e. Chemistry and functions of DNA and RNA, Genetic code; Protein bio synthesis & regulation (Lac-operon)
- f. The principles of genetic engineering and their applications in medicine.
- g. Chemistry and Metabolism of haemoglobin.
- h. Biological oxidation.
- i. Molecular concept of body defense and their applications in medicine.
- j. Vitamins and Nutrition.
- k. Chemistry and metabolism of carbohydrates and related disorders.
- l. Chemistry and metabolism of lipids and related disorders.
- m. Mineral metabolism: Water and electrolyte balance & imbalance.
- n. Acid base balance and imbalance.
- o. Integration of various aspects of metabolism and their regulatory pathways. Starvation metabolism.
- p. Mechanism of hormone action.
- q. Environmental biochemistry.
- r. Liver function tests, Kidney function tests, Thyroid function tests
- s. Detoxification mechanisms.
- t. Biochemical basis of cancer and carcinogenesis.
- u. Radioisotopes.
- v. Investigation techniques Colorimeter, Electrophoresis, Chromatography & Flame photometer.
- a. General Pathology
- b. Haematology
- c. Systemic Pathology
- d. Clinical Pathology
- e. Autopsy
- a. General Microbiology
- b. Immunology
- c. Systemic Bacteriology
- d. Mycology
- e. Virology
- f. Parasitology
- a. Introduction to Pharmacology
- b. General Pharmacology:
- c. Autonomic Pharmacology:
- d. Cardiovascular System Including Drugs Affecting Coagulation and Those Acting On Kidneys:
- e. Haematinics and Haematopoietic Factors:
- f. Neuropsychiatric Pharmacology Including Inflammation, Pain & Substance Abuse
- g. Chemotherapy Including Cancer Chemotherapy:
- h. Endocrinology:
- i. Agents Used In Gastrointestinal Disorders:
- j. Peri operative Management
- k. Rational Pharmacotherapy:
- l. Miscellaneous Topics:
Anti Allergies, Immuno modifying drugs, vaccines, Sera, Drugs acting on uterus, Drug interactions, Chelating Drugs, Drugs in extremes of age, Pregnancy, Drugs in organ disfunction, General anaesthetics, ocular and dermatological pharmacology.
7. Forensic Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology
- a. History of Forensic Medicine
- b. Need, Scope, Importance and probative value of Medical evidence in Crime Investigation
- c. Personal identity need and its importance.
- d. Mechanical Injuries And Burns
- e. Medico-Legal Aspects of Sex, Marriage And Infant Death
- f. Medico-Legal Aspects Of Death
- g. Medico-Legal Autopsy
- h. Forensic Psychiatry
- i. Poisons And Their Medico-Legal Aspects
- j. Forensic Science Laboratory
- k. Legal And Ethical Aspects Of Practice Of Medicine
- l. Definition Of Health And Items To Certify About Health
- m. Acts And Schemes Related To Medical Profession
8. Social and Preventive Medicine / Community Medicine
- a. Basic concept of Health and disease
- b. Principles of epidemiology and epidemiological methods
- c. Screening for diseases
- d. Epidemiology of Communicable diseases
- e. Epidemiology of chronic non-communicable diseases and conditions
- f. National Health Programmes of India
- g. Essential medicines and counterfeit medicines
- h. Demography and family planning
- i. Preventive medicine in obstetrics paediatrics and geriatrics
- j. Nutrition and health
- k. Medicine and social sciences
- l. Environment and health
- m. Hospital waste management
- n. Disaster management
- o. Occupational health
- p. Genetics and health
- q. Mental health
- r. Health information and basic medical statistics
- s. Communication for health education
- t. Health planning and management
- u. Health care of the community
- v. NGO’s & International health
- a. Principals of Medicine. Good medical practice, Therapeutics, Molecular & Genetic factors in disease, Immunological factors in disease, Environmental & nutritional factors in disease, Principles of Infectious diseases, Ageing & disease.
- b. Practice of Medicine.
- c. Critical Illness, Acute medical care, Emergencies & total management.
- d. Poisoning,
- e. Medical psychiatry,
- f. Oncology,
- g. Palliative care and pain,
- h. Infectious disease,
- i. HIV & AIDS,
- j. STD’s,
- k. Clinical Biochemistry & Metabolism,& Lab reference ranges,
- l. Kidney & Urinary tract disease,
- m. Cardiovascular system,
- n. Respiratory diseases,
- o. Endocrine Diseases and Diabetes
- p. Alimentary Tract and Pancreatic Diseases
- q. Liver and Biliary Diseases
- r. Blood Diseases,
- s. Musculo Skeletal Diseases,
- t. Neurological diseases,
- u. Stroke,
- v. Skin diseases,
- w. Geriatrics.
- a. Introduction of Paediatrics.
- b. Normal Growth and Normal Development and its disorders. Adolescent health and Development
- c. Nutrition, Micro nutrients in health and diseases
- d. New born infant
- e. Immunization and Immuno deficiencies
- f. Infections and infestations
- g. Disorders of gastro intestinal system, liver and Fluid & Electrolyte disturbances
- h. Disorders of Respiratory system, Cardio vascular system, Kidney, Urinary tract, Endocrine, Metabolic, Rheumatological, Genetic and Neuro Muscular
- i. Central nervous system
- j. Inborn Errors of Metabolism
- k. Haematological disorders
- l. Childhood malignancies
- m. Poisonings, injuries and accidents
- n. Paediatric critical care
- o. National Health Programme for Child including Immunization Programmes
- a. Nature and development of different aspects of normal human behaviour like learning memory, motivation, personality and intelligence.
- b. Recognition of differences between normal and abnormal behaviour,
- c. Classification of psychiatric disorders
- d. Organic psychosis,
- e. Functional psychosis,
- f. Schizo-phrenia,
- g. Affective disorders,
- h. Neurotic disorders,
- i. Personality disorders,
- j. Psycho-physiological disorders,
- k. Drug & Alcohol dependence,
- l. Psychiatric disorders of childhood and adolescence
- m. Use of different modes of Therapy in Psychiatric Disorders
12. Dermatology and Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Leprosy
- a. Common skin diseases etiology pathology clinical features complications investigations and complete management
- b. Common sexually transmitted diseases etiology pathology clinical features complications investigations and complete management National AIDS control programmes
- c. Leprosy etiology pathology clinical features investigations complications and complete management, National leprosy eradication programme
- d. Various modes of topical therapy, Commonly used drugs, their doses, sideeffects/toxicity, indications and contraindications and interactions common dermatological medical and surgical procedures for various skin diseases and STD’s
13. Tuberculosis and Respiratory Diseases
- a. Common chest diseases clinical manifestations, investigations, complications and complete management.
- b. Mode of action of commonly used drugs, their doses, side effects/ toxicity, indications and contra-indications and interactions, common medical and surgical procedures for various respiratory diseases and tuberculosis and National Tuberculosis Control Programmes.
14. Radiodiagnosis and Radiotherapy
- a. Basics of X-Ray production it’s uses and hazards.
- b. Identification and diagnosis of changes in bones like fractures, infections, tumour and metabolic diseases.
- c. Identification and diagnosis of various radiological changes in diseases conditions of chest & mediastinum, skeletal system, GIT, Hepatobiliary system, and Genito-urinary system.
- d. Isotopes, Computerised Tomography(CT) Ultrasound, Magnetic Resonance Imaging(M.R.I.) and D.S.A.
- a. Symptoms and signs of various cancers, investigations and management.
- b. Basic principles of Radiotherapy and effect of radiation therapy on human beings
- c. Radio-active isotopes and their physical properties.
- d. Advances made in radiotherapy in cancer management
- e. Radiotherapeutic equipment.
I. General Principles
- a. Wound healing and management, management of severely injured. Metabolic response to injury
- b. Asepsis, antisepsis, sterilization.
- c. Surgical sutures.
- d. Acute, chronic Surgical infections and their management. Bites and stings.
- e. Hospital infection.
- f. AIDS and Hepatitis B; Occupational hazards and prevention.
- g. Mechanism and Management of missile, blast and gunshot injuries. Trauma and Disaster Management.
- h. Organ transplantation – Basic principles.
- i. Nutritional support to surgical patients.
- j. Diagnostic Imaging
- k. Resuscitation, Fluid electrolyte balance, Shock, Blood transfusion and Common postoperative complications.
- l. Anaesthesia and pain relief
- m. Day care surgery
- n. Principles of Laparoscopic and Robotic surgery
- o. Principles of Oncology
- p. Surgical Audit and Research.
II. Etiopathology Clinical Features and Management of :
- a. Common skin and subcutaneous conditions.
- b. Disorders of Arteries, Veins, Lymphatics and Lymph nodes
- c. Burns
- d. Disorders of Scalp, Skull and Brain
- e. Disorders of Oral cavity, jaws, salivary glands and neck.
- f. Disorders of Thyroid, Para Thyroid and Adrenal glands
- g. Diseases of Thorax, Heart, Pericardium and Breast
- h. Diseases of Oesophagus, Stomach, Duodenum, Liver, Spleen, Gall Bladder, Bile ducts, Pancreas, Peritoneum, Omentum, Mesentery and Retroperitoneal space.
- i. Diseases of Small Intestine, Large Intestine, Appendix, Rectum, Anal Canal.
- j. Acute Abdomen and Hernias.
- k. Diseases of Genito-Urinary system, Prostate, Seminal Vesicles, Urethra, Penis, Scrotum and Testis.
16. Orthopedics Applied Anatomy, Etiopathogeneses, Clinical features and Management of:
- a. Bone injuries and dislocations
- b. Common infections of bones and joints,
- c. Congenital and skeletal anomalies,
- d. Common Degenerative and Metabolic Bone diseases in India,
- e. Neoplasms affecting Bones, joints and soft tissues.
- f. Sports injuries.
- a. Anatomy and physiology of Ear, Nose, Throat
- b. Diseases of the Ear
- c. Diseases of the Nose and paranasal sinuses
- d. Diseases of the Oral Cavity and Salivary Glands
- e. Diseases of the pharynx
- f. Diseases of the Larynx and Trachea
- g. Diseases of the Oesophagus
- h. Deafness, Audiometry, Hearing Aids, and Rehabilitation
- a. Introduction Anatomy & Physiology of the Eye
- b. Ophthalmic Optics and Refraction
- c. Common Disease of Eye.
- d. Disorders of Ocular Motility
- e. Diseases of the Eye Adnexa
- f. Systemic Ophthalmology
- g. Principles of Management of Major Ophthalmic Emergencies
- h. Ophthalmic Pharmacology
- i. Community Ophthalmology and NPCB
- j. Nutritional Ophthalmology
19. Obstetrics and Gynaecology
- a. Anatomy, Physiology, Patho Physiology of Reproductive system, common conditions affecting it and its management.
- b. Normal pregnancy, Labour, Puerperium and the Management of concerned problems.
- c. Causes of maternal and perinatal morbidity and mortality
- d. Principles of contraceptions and various techniques, methods of Medical termination of pregnancy, sterilization and their complications.
- e. Use and abuse and side effects of drugs in pregnancy, pre-menopausal and post-menopausal periods.
- f. National programmes, maternal child health and family welfare and their implementation at various levels.
- g. Common Gynaecological diseases and principles of their management.
- h. Common obstetrical diseases and their medical and surgical management.
TSPSC Health Supervisor PAPER-II Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE (BHMS LEVEL) Syllabus
The subject deals with the structure of human body. The curriculum for subject is as follow:
- d. General Anatomy
- e. Regional Anatomy
vii. Upper limb
viii. Lower limb
ix. Abdomen and Pelvis
xi. Head & Neck
xii. Spinal Cord & Brain
- f. Micro-Anatomy
iii. General Histology
iv. Systemic Histology
- g. Developmental Anatomy
iii. General Embryology
iv. Systemic Embryology
- h. Genetics
- i. Radiological Anatomy, USG, CT, MRI
- j. Surface Anatomy, Living & Marking
- q. General Physiology.
- r. Hematology
- s. Nerve
- t. Muscle
- u. Respiratory Physiology
- v. Cardiovascular Physiology
- w. Renal Physiology
- x. Body Temperature Regulation
- y. Alimentary System
- z. Nutrition
- aa. Endocrine System
- bb. Reproductive Physiology
- cc. Special Senses: Eye, Ear, Taste, Smell
- dd. Central Nervous System
- ee. Bio Physics
- ff. Environmental Physiology
Unit III. PHARMACY:
I. General Concepts And Orientation
- 1. History of pharmacy with emphasis on emergence of homoeopathic pharmacy.
- 2. Official homoeopathic pharmacopoea (German, Britain, U.S.A,India)
- 3. Definitions in homoeopathic pharmacy
- 4. Components of pharmacy
- 5. Weights and measurements
- 6. Nomenclature of homoeopathic drugs with their anomalies
II. Drugs And Vehicles
- 1. Sources of drugs(taxonomic classification with reference to utility)
- 2. Collection of drug substances
- 3. Vehicles
- 4. Homoeopathic pharmaceurical instruments & applicances
III. Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics
- 1. Mother tincture and its preparation – old and new methods
- 2. Various scales used in homoeopathic pharmacy
- 3. Drug dynamisation or potentisation
- 4. External applications
- 5. Doctrine of signature
- 6. Posology
- 7. Prescription(including abbreviations)
- 8. Concept of placebo
- 9. Pharmaconomy – routes of administration
- 10. Dispensing of medicines
- 11. Basics of adverse drug reactions and pharmacovigilance
- 1. Homoeopathic pharmacodynamics
- 2. Drug proving
- 3. Pharmacological action of drugs listed in Appendix – A
V Quality Control
- 1. Standardisation of homoeopathic medicines, raw materials and finished products
- 2. Good manufacturing practices, industrial pharmacy.
- 3. Homoeopathic pharmacopoea laboratory – functions and activities, relating to quality control of drugs.
VI. Legislations pertaining to pharmacy (06 hrs)
- 1. The drugs and cosmetics act, 1940(in relation to homoeopathy)
- 2. Drugs and cosmetics rules, 1945(in relation to homoeopathy)
- 3. Poisons act, 1919
- 4. The narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances Act, 1985
- 5. Drugs and magic remedies Act 1954
- 6. Medicinal and toilet preparations Act, 1955
Unit. IV: ORGANON AND HOM PHILOSOPHY
- 1.1. Evolution of medical practice of the ancients (Prehistoric medicine, Greek Medicine, Chinese medicine, Hindu medicine and Renaissance) and tracing the empirical, rationalistic and vitalistic thoughts.
- 1.2. Short history of Hahnemann’s life, his contributions, and discovery of homoeopathy, situation leading to discovery of Homoeopathy
- 1.3. Brief life history and contributions of early pioneers of homoeopathy like C.V. Boenninghausen, J.T. Kent, C. Hering, Rajendra Lai Dutta, M.L. Sircar
- 1.4. History and Development of Homoeopathy in India, U.S.A. and European countries
- 1.5. Fundamental Principles of Homoeopathy.
- 1.6. Basic concept of:
1.6.1. Health: Hahnemann’s concept and modern concept.
1.6.7. Disease: Hahnemann’s concept and modern concept.
- 1.7. Different editions and constructions of Hahnemann’s Organon of Medicine
- 1.To understand Organon of medicine and homoeopathic philosophy, it is essential to
be acquainted with the basics of LOGIC to grasp inductive and deductive reasonings.
- 2.Preliminary lecturers on inductive and deductive logic 3. Psychology
- 3.1 Basics of Psychology.
3.2.Study of behaviour and intelligence.
3.3.Basic concepts of Sensations.
3.4.Emotion, Motivation, Personality, Anxiety, Conflict, Frustration, Depression, Fear, Psychosomatic Manifestations
- 4. Aphorisms 1 to 291 organon of medicine.
- 5. Homoeopathic Prophylaxis
- 6. literary works of SAMUEL HAHNEMANN J.T.KENT, STUART CLOSE ,ROBERTS, BOEINNGHAUSEN
- 7. Hahnemann chronic diseases
Unit. V: HOM .MATERIA MEDICA
a) Basic Materia Medica
- 1) Basic concept of Materia Medica
- 2) Basic construction of various Materia Medicas
- 3) Definition of Materia Medica
b) Homoeopathic Materia Medica
- 1) Definition of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
- 2) Basic concept and construction of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
- 3) Classification of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
- 4) Sources of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
- 5) Scope and limitations of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
Aconitum napellus;Aethusa cynapium;Allium cepa;Aloe socotrina;Antimonium crudum;Antimonium tartaricum; Apis mellifica;Argentum nitricum;Arnica Montana;Arsenicum album;Arum triphyllum;Baptisia tinctoria;Bellis
perennis;Bryonia alba;Calcarea carbonica;Calcarea flourica;Calcarea phos;Calcarea sulph;Calendula officinalis; Chamomilla; Cina;Cinchona office;Colchicum autumnale;Colocynthis;Drosera;Dulcamara;Euphrasia;Ferrum
phos;Gelsemium;Hepar sulph;Hypericum perf;Ipecacuanha;Kali muri;Kali phos;Kali sulph;Ledum pal;Lycopodium clavatum;Magnesium phos;Natrum mur; Natrum phos;Natrum sulph;Nux vom;Pulsatilla;Rhus toxicodendron;Ruta graveo Silicea;Spongia tosta;Sulphur;;Symphytum officinale; Thuja occidentalis;
|1||Acetic acid||29||Cantharis vesicatoria|
|2||Actea spicata||30||Carbo vegetabilis|
|3||Agaricus muscarius||31||Chelidonium majus|
|4||Agnus castus||32||Conium maculatum|
|7||Ammonium carbonicum||35||Cyclamen europaeum|
|8||Ammonium muriaticum||36||Digitalis purpurea|
|9||Anacardium orientale||37||Dioscorea villosa|
|10||Apocynum cannabinum||38||Equisetum hymenale|
|11||Arsenicum Iodatum||39||Ferrum metallicum|
|13||Aurum metallicum||41||Hellebores niger|
|14||Baryta carbonica||42||Hyoscyamus niger|
|16||Benzoic acid||44||Kali bichromicum|
|17||Berberis vulgaris||45||Kali bromatum|
|20||Bovista lycoperdon||48||Lachesis muta|
|22||Bufo rana||50||Murex purpurea|
|23||Cactus grandiflorus||51||Muriatic acid|
|24||Caladium seguinum||52||Naja tripudians|
|25||Calcarea arsenicosa||53||Natrum carbonicum|
|27||Cannabis indica||55||Nux moschata|
|61||Phytolacca decandra||73||Taraxacum offinale|
|62||Picric acid||74||Tarentula cubensis|
|65||Secale cornutum||77||Thalpsi bursa pastoris|
|1||Abies Canadensis||25||Vinca minor|
|3||Carbo animalis||27||Rheum palmatum|
|4||Carbolic acid||28||Sanicula aqua|
|6||Fluoricum acidum||30||Corallium rubrum|
|7||Hydrasis Canadensis||31||Lobclia inflate|
|8||Raphanus sativus||32||Mephitis putorius|
|9||Magnesia carbonica||33||Rumex crispus|
|10||Magnesia muriatica||34||Sabadilla officinalis|
|13||Lac caninum||37||Baryta muriatica|
|14||Lac defloratum||38||Crataegus oxyacantha|
|21||Hydrocotyle asiatica||45||Lillium tigrinum|
|23||Radium bromatum||47||Trillium pendulum|
|24||Urtica urens||48||Viburnum opulus|
|49||cicuta virosa||86||Kalmia latifolia|
|50||Ranunculus bulbosus||87||Physostigma venenosum|
|51||Rhododendron chrysanthum||88||Mercurius corrosives|
|52||Clematis erecta||89||Mercurius cyanatus|
|53||Sabal serrulata||90||Mercurius dulcis|
|54||Sarsaparilla officinalis||91||Mercurius solubilis|
|55||Coffea cruda||92||Mercurius sulphuricus|
|57||Melilotus||94||Bacillus No. 7|
|61||Veratrum viride||98||Morgan gaertner|
|64||Eupatorium perfoliatum||Additional medicines|
|65||Abroma augusta||101||Aesculus hippocastanum|
|67||Carica papaya||103||Artemesia vulgaris|
|68||Cassia sophera||104||Avena sativa|
|69||Ficus religiosa||105||BLatta orientalis|
|71||Justicia adhatoda||107||Carduus marianus|
|73||Syzigium jambolanum||109||Chininum arsenicosum|
|77||Sticta pulmonaria||113||Erigeron Canadensis|
|82||Cuprum metallicum||118||Ustilago maydis|
|83||Plumbum metallicum||119||Stannum metallicum|
|84||Zincum metallicum||120||Valeriana officinalis|
Unit. VI. Obs & Gyneacology
- a) A review of the applied anatomy of female reproductive systems-development and congenital malformations.
- b) A review of the applied physiology of female reproductive systems-neuro endocrinology in relation to reproduction,puberty, menstruation and menopause.
- c) Gynaecological history, examination, diagnostic procedures of a gynaecological patient and diagnosis.
- d) Developmental anomalies.
- e) Uterine displacements, retroversion pelvic organ collapse, chronic inversion
- f) Sex and intersexuality.
- g) General Management and therapeutics of the above listed topics in Gynaecology.
- a) Fundamentals of reproduction.
- b) Development of the intrauterine pregnancy-placenta and foetus and physiological changes during pregnancy.
- c) Diagnosis of pregnancy-investigations and examination.
- d) Antenatal care, Investigations and antenatal assessment of foetal well being(5 hrs)
- e) Vomiting in pregnancy.
- f) Preterm labour and post maturity.
- g) Normal labour and puerperium.
- h) Induction of labour.
- i) Postnatal and puerperal care.
- j) Care of the new born.
- k) Management and therapeutics of the above listed topics in obstetrics. (8hrs)
Unit. VII. Surgery
(a) General Surgery:-
- Introduction to surgery and basic surgical principles.
- Fluid, electrolytes and acid-base balance.
- Haemorrhage, haemostasis and blood transfusion.
- Boil, abscess, carbuncle, cellulitis and erysipelas.
- Acute and chronic infections, tumors, cysts, ulcers, sinus and fistula.
- Injuries of various types; preliminary management of head injury.
- Wounds, tissue repair, scars and wound infections.
- Special infections (Tuberculosis, Syphilis, Acquired Immuno Defeciency Syndrome, Actinomycosis, Leprosy).
- Definition, pathology , clinical features , diagnosis and management of different types of Burn.
- Definition, pathology , clinical features , diagnosis and management of Shock
- Pre-operative and post-operative care.
- General management, surgical management and homoeopathic therapeutics of the above topics will be covered.
- f. General Pathology
- g. Haematology
- h. Systemic Pathology
- i. Clinical Pathology
- j. Autopsy
- g. General Microbiology
- h. Immunology
- i. Systemic Bacteriology
- j. Mycology
- k. Virology
- l. Parasitology
Unit. IX. Social and preventive medicine
1. Man and medicine
2. Concept of health and disease in conventional medicine and homoeopathy Study of aphorisms of Organon of medicine and other homoeopathic literatures, relevant to above topics including prophylaxis.
3. Nutrition and health
- a) Food and nutrition
- b) Food in relation to health and disease
- c) Balanced diet
- d) Nutritional deficiencies, and Nutritional Survey
- e) Food processing
- f) Pasteurization of milk
- g) Adulteration of food
- h) Food poisoning
4. Environment and health
- a) Air, light and sunshine, radiation.
- b) effect of climate
- c) Comfort zone
- d) Personal hygiene
- e) Physical exercise
- f) Sanitation of fair and festivals
- g) disinfection and sterilization
- h) atmospheric pollution and purification of air
- i) air borne diseases
- j) water and distribution of water; uses; impurities and purification
- k) Standards of drinking water
- l) water borne diseases
- m) excreta disposal
- n) disposal of deceased
- o) disposal of refuse
- p) Medical entomology-insecticides, disinfection, insects in relation to disease, insect control.
- q) School Health Services
6. Occupational health
7. Preventive medicine in pediatrics and geriatrics and mother and child
Unit.X PRACTICE OF MEDICINE
1. Diseases Of Respiratory System-
2. Diseases Of Gastro Intestinal Diseases-
3. Diseases Of Liver, Biliary Tract And Pancreas
4. Diseases Of Nutrition And Metabolism-
5. Diseases Of Haemopoetic System-
6. Diseases Of Endocrinology
7. Infectious Diseases –
8. Diseases Of Cardiovascular Sytem
9. Diseases Of Genito Urinary Tract
10. Diseases Of Central Nervous System
11. Psychiatric Diseases
12. Diseases Of Locomotor System
13. Diseases Of Skin And Std
14. Tropical Diseases
15. Peadiatric Diseases
16. Geriatrics Diseases
18. Immunology Including Hiv And Hepatitis–
19. Physical And Chemical Agents Climatic And Environment-
20. Water And Electrolytes
1. Repertory: Definition; and different terminologies in repertories
2. Scope and limitations of Repertory
3. Historical evaluation of Repertories
4. Classification of Repertories.
5. Kent Repertory
- a) History
- b) Philosophical background
- c) Structure
- d) Concept of Repertorisation
- e) Adaptability
- f) Scope
- g) Limitation(s)
6. Gradation of Remedies by different authors.
7. Methods and techniques of Repertorisation.
8. Steps of Repertorisation.
9. Conversion of symptoms into rubrics and Repertorisation using different repertories.
10. Repertory – its relation with Organon of medicine and Materia Medica.
11. Case taking and Case processing.
Unit.XII: Forensic Medicine and Medical Jurisprudence and Toxicology
- n. History of Forensic Medicine
- o. Need, Scope, Importance and probative value of Medical evidence in Crime Investigation
- p. Personal identity need and its importance.
- q. Mechanical Injuries And Burns
- r. Medico-Legal Aspects of Sex, Marriage And Infant Death
- s. Medico-Legal Aspects Of Death
- t. Medico-Legal Autopsy
- u. Forensic Psychiatry
- v. Poisons And Their Medico-Legal Aspects
- w. Legal And Ethical Aspects Of Practice Of Medicine
- x. Definition Of Health And Items To Certify About Health
- y. Acts And Schemes Related To Medical Profession.
TSPSC Health Supervisor PAPER-II Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor UNANI MEDICINE ( BUMS LEVEL) Syllabus
I.Basic of anatomy.
Introduction of (anatomy) -nizame jisman-ka-mukhtasar tarub (brief discription of all systems of body) 1)jild (skin) 2)lafaife satahiya wr ghaairah (superficial &./ deep fasciae) 3)avtar (tendon) ribatalt (ligaments) 4)izzaam (bones) aqsaam, afoal wa ta’azzum (types, functions & classification) 5)az/aat (muscls) aqsaam zafaal (types & functions) 6)mafasil (joints) aqsaam wa harkath (types & movements); Ras wa unaq (head & neck) junjunah (skull) & aur iske
aam mounzir ka bayan (discription & various vieus); Mafsal suduglu fakki (tempo mandibiular joint) jauf e faum lissa – asnam wa halaq (oral cavity guna, teeth, pharynx) Aaf, jauf ariaf wakhalaye hawaiya (nose, nasal cavity
paranasal sinuses); Uzn (ear) – ajfaan eyelids – lacrimal lands Gudad –eLulabia sahivan glands;Neck:unq musallasathe unqkbayan (discription of triangles of neck azlate, urooq, Asab (muscles, vessels nerve of neck;
Gudda-e-darqiya wa jarod darqiya thyroid & parathyroid flands.;Nizam-eassab (nervous system);Aghshiya-e-dimagh dimagh aur nukha ka byan (discription of mennings, brain & spinal cord;Asab-e-nukhawa dimaghi
(craimal & spinal nerves);Thorax sadr:jauf sadr (thoracic cavity) azla’a (rihe) azmul qas wa fuqrae-e- sadr (sfernum & thoracic vertebrac); Ghisha-ur-riyariya (pleura & lungs);Hijab-e-munassifus sadra wa mashmoilath its (media
sternum & contents);Gilaf-ul qalb-aur qalb (pericardium & heart);Tarafe ala (upper limbs) izam (bones) azlaath(muscles) mafasil (joints) lbt wa hufrace mirfaqiyah (axilla & cabital fissa) urooq wa asab (vessels and nerves);Batan (abdomen) hisase batan (adominalregions) ;Baritoon (peritoneum) urooq wa asaab (vessels & nerves);Azme ajuz wa us’us (sacrum & coccyx);Izaam (bones) azlath (muscels) asaab (vessels & nerves).
II.Basic of physiology.
Cytology & histrology;Defination , types distribution & functions;Qhalia(cell) insaja Tissue;Blood & haemopoetic system;Blood plasma: RBC Haemoglobin: WBC: types & functions;Platelets: function;Blood group, blood
bank & transfusion;Vitamins: types & functions;Metabolism: introduction ,types, carbohydrates lipids amino acids water & minerals.;Cirulatory system:introduction,values of heart,azlath-e-Qulb, aswath qalb (heart sounds),
nerves ;ECG-blood pressure cardiac cycle;Heart block;Lymphatic & reticnlo endo thelial system ;Nizame hazum digestive system introduction, salivary glands , secretions & functions, gastic juice, pancreatic juice – bile (safra);Forumation of faeces (baraz);Nizame – tanaffus : respiratory system ;Artifical respiration and its
methods ;Dyspnoea, apnoea, pulmonary volume;Excretory system: introduction Kidneys: structure, function, urine formation;Skin: structure, function;Nervous system: function of brain;Sensory organs: taste, smell, hearing, vision & touch Endocrine system;Male & female reproductive organs and its functions;Menstruation ,ovalution, fertilization and implantation.
III. Basic of kulliyat -e-tibb.
• Nabz – pulse; Boul – urine; baraaz – stool;Taqseem-e-amraaz;Definiation of sabab, marz & arz; Ahwal badan, sehat, marz, halath salasa; Soo-e-mizaj, sooe-tarkeb, tafaroq-e-ethesaal,;Amraz murakab;Classification of auram;Iltehab, manaat, fasad, aids;Ilmul asbab: asabab, sehat, – marz, umoom-easabab;Aqsam-e-jaraseem (classification);Gram +ve & gram –ve spiroch ete parasites;Amraz-qlab wa urooq (disease of heart & blood vessel);Amraz nizamatanaffus;Amraz meda-o-ama;Amraz kabid –wa- mimarah;Amraz kuliya wa masanah; Amraz banqaras (disease of pancreas);Amraz dimag (cerebal disease);Ilmul saidla (pharmacy);Defination, classification, importance histrocial background;Awazaan-e-adia jadeed-khadeem;Mufrad wa murakab dawao ka
husool;Anmar adng;Istehalaath;Ashkale-adng;Sufoob – tareef aqsaem;Amal tarveeq-tasfiys tasyeed;Gmp.
Cosmetic act (introduction)
Huboob wa akhraas: defination and detail description; rub & sat;Amal tareeq old & new methods sterlization; Qiwam advia; Ragan and tila;Tadbeer –e- advia; Ihraaq-o-taklees defination & method of preparation.
IV. Saidla basics (preparation of compound drugs basics).
. Single drugs (mufaraadat);. Compound drugs (murakkabat);. Basics of amraaz -eqabalat (obstetrics); . Basics of medical jurisprudence (tibb -e- qanoon -o- ilmus sumoom).;Introduction, defination of medical jurisprudence & forensic medicnie count & their powers medical code conduct; Mout-death (causes & types); Marge, tashdud,
(violent death); Jarah wa zakham ( wounds); Harq (burns) salaq (scald) definiation & character & types; Anannal (impotence) uqr (sterlity) defination, classification & stages Definiation causes medico legal importance; Doshuzgi (virginity); Sexual offences – types of natural & unnatural – active passive agents; Rape – sodomy; Hamal & abortion Mtp act 1971 & 1975. Foctocide & infanticide; Sumoom akkal: sumoom laziat (irrentant poisons); Sumoom
madani; Haiwani; Sumoom asbi,qalbi, tanaffusi;
Amraz nizame a sab wa dimag; Causes differnitial diagnosis; Usool-e- ilaaj Amraz tanaffusi, qalb, darane-khoon, dam wa lymphavia Amal takhmeer (fermentation) ; Murakabath Tarkeeb-e-adna ki agraz wa maqasid Arkiyath, shikan jabeen, sharbath, khamera, majoon, jawarish, itrefal, sunoon, tiryaq, barshasha, dayaqooza, zaroor, qairothi, kohl, zimad, tila, tarika –e tyyari.
basics of social & preventive medicine.
basics of surgery
jarahiyath umoomi (historical backgound); wound – darjabandi,clincial features usool eilaj; tadiya –infection –aqsam-e-ilaj; parasitie diseases;khuraj (abscess) –sinus fistula sadma (shock) & heamorrhage,-tumours –clinical features treatment & complications anesthesia (amale-takhdeer);dislocation, fractures & management soft tissuem injury & its management ;diseases of anas & rectum, peritonium mirara, pancreas, tihaal, basic knowledge of investigation and procedure;spectrum, x-ray, ct-scan, mri, cytology, biochemistry, biopsy,ecg, treadmill, angiograph & angioplastic.
amraz-e-hazm, amraz kabid, mirara, tehal, banqaras ki traeef, asbab, allamath, usool elaj ;amraz nizame bawl, tanasul, asbab, usool elaaj;endoscopy, x-ray, CTSCAN, MRI,IVP-colonoscopy sigmoidscopy, proctoscopy, biopsy;amraz mutadliya amraz- jild wa tazeeniyath;amraz mafasil, causes sign & symptoms;diagnosis –
treatment. ;Amraz –e- bowl, amraz kulliya –o- masana, amraz tansul, kasbab, alamat, elaj and complications.
Amraz – e- Niswan –o- Qabalath.
Diagnosis & Management of Common gynecological problems & Emergencies. Diagnosis & management of antenatal – intra natal, Post natal period of normal and abnormal pregnancy.
Mammary glands, vagina, cervic, Uterus Fallopion tubes, ovary. Disease, causes. Diagnosis, Differential Diagnosis, Treatment & Complications. VQR (infertility)- Foetus – Development & Diseases and complication. Psuedo Pregnancy.
IIMUL – ADVIA – KULLIYAT ADVIA & MUFARRDAT.
MAKHAZ –E- ADVIA, Classification according to pharmaconosy Dawa, Ghiza, Zulkhassa, Advia Ka Mizaj, properties, Ashkal –e- Advia, Masalik –e- Advia, Husool – Advia- Muzir, Musleh, Badal – Dosage Istelahath Advia.
Nabati Advia, Haiwani Advia, Miadani Advia.
Pharmcological terminologies, Defination, Scopes branches, Analgesis, Sedatives, ananthestic, antibiotics, – chemotherapy – antiprotozoal, antihelmenthic, antifungalHormones, Contraceptives, IV Fluids.
TSPSC Health Supervisor PAPER-II Syllabus
TSPSC Health Supervisor MEDICAL SCIENCE & GENERAL MEDICINE (BAMS LEVEL) Syllabus
1. Definition, significance, necessity and use of Pariksha.
2. Definition of Prama, Prameya, Pramata, Pramana.
3. Significance and importance of Pramana, Enumeration of Pramana according to different schools of philosophy.
4. Four types of methods for examination in Ayurveda (ChaturvidhaParikshavidhi), Pramana in Ayurveda.
5. Subsudation of different Pramanas under three Pramanas.
6. Practical application of methods of examination (Parikshavidhi) in treatment (Chikitsa).
Aptopdesha Pariksha/ Pramana
- Lakshana of Aptopadesha, Lakshana of Apta.
- Lakshana of Shabda, and its types.
- Shabdavritti-Abhidha, Lakshana, Vyanjana and Tatparyakhya. Shaktigrahahetu.
- Vaakya: Characteristics, Vaakyarthagyanahetu- Aakanksha, Yogyata, Sannidhi.
1. Pratyaksha Pariksha/ Pramana
- Lakshana of Pratyaksha, types of Pratyaksha- Nirvikalpaka- Savikalpaka with description, description of Laukika and Alaukika types and their further classification.
- Indriya-prapyakaritvam, six types of Sannikarsha.
- Indriyanam lakshanam, classification and enumeration of Indriya. Description of Panchapanchaka, Penta-elemental nature of Indriya by Panchamahabhuta (Panchabhautikatwa of Indriya) and similarity in
sources (Tulyayonitva) of Indriya.
- Trayodasha Karana, dominance of Antahkaran.
- Hindrances in direct perception (pratyaksha-anupalabdhikaaran), enhancement of direct perception (Pratyaksha) by various instruments/ equipments, necessity of other Pramanas in addition to Pratyaksha.
- Practical study/ application of Pratyaksha in physiological, diagnostic, therapeutics and research grounds.
- Lakshana of Anumana. Introduction of Anumiti, Paramarsha, Vyapti, Hetu, Sadhya, Paksha, Drishtanta. Types of Anumana mentioned by Charaka and Nyayadarshana.
- Characteristic and types of Vyapti.
- Lakshana and types of Hetu, description of Ahetu and Hetwabhasa.
- Characteristic and significance of Tarka.
- Practical study/ application of Anumanapramana in physiological, diagnostic, therapeutics and research.
- Lakshana and discussion.
- Importance in Ayurveda.
- Practical study and utility in therapeutics and research.
- Application in therapeutics and research.
Karya- Karana Siddhanta (Cause and Effect Theory)
- Lakshana of Karya and Karana. Types of Karana.
- Significance of Karya and Karana in Ayurveda.
- Different opinions regarding the manifestation of Karya from Karana: Satkaryavada, Asatkaryavada, Parinamavada, Arambhavada, Paramanuvada, Vivartavada, Kshanabhangurvada, Swabhavavada, Pilupaka, Pitharpaka, Anekantavada, Swabhavoparamavada.
KRIYA SHARIR (PHYSIOLOGY)
Conceptual study of fundamental principles of Ayurvediya Kriya Sharir e.g – Panchamahabhuta, Tridosha, Triguna, Loka-Purusha Samya, Samanya-Vishesha. Description of basics of Srotas.
- Definition and synonyms of the term Sharir, definition and synonyms of term Kriya, description of Sharir Dosha and Manasa Dosha. Mutual relationship between Triguna- Tridosha & Panchmahabhuta. Difference between Shaarir and Sharir. Description of the components of Purusha and classification of Purusha,
role of Shatdhatupurusha in Kriya Sharira and Chikitsa.
- Dosha- General description of Tridosha. Inter relationship between Ritu-DoshaRasa-Guna. Biological rhythms of Tridosha on the basis of day-night-age-season and food intake. Role of Dosha in the formation of Prakriti of an individual and in maintaining of health. Prakrita and Vaikrita Dosha.
- Vata Dosha: Vyutpatti (derivation), Nirukti (etymology) of the term Vata, general locations, general properties and general functions of Vata, five types of Vata (Prana, Udana, Samana, Vyana, Apana) with their specific locations, specific properties, and specific functions.
Respiratory Physiology in Ayurveda, Physiology of speech in Ayurveda.
• Pitta Dosha: Vyutpatti, Nirukti of the term Pitta, general locations, general properties and general functions of Pitta, five types of Pitta (Pachaka, Ranjaka, Alochaka, Bhrajaka, Sadhaka) with their specific locations, specific properties, and specific functions. Similarities and differences between Agni and Pitta.
• Kapha Dosha: Vyutpatti, Nirukti of the term Kapha, general locations, general properties and general functions of Kapha, five types of Kapha (Bodhaka, Avalambaka, Kledaka, Tarpaka, Śleshaka ) with their specific locations, specific properties, and specific functions.
1. Etiological factors responsible for Dosha Vriddhi, Dosha Kshaya and their manifestations.
2. Concept of Kriyakala.
- Deha- Prakriti: Vyutpatti, Nirukti, various definitions and synonyms for the term ‘Prakriti’. Intra-uterine and extra-uterine factors influencing Deha-Prakriti, classification and characteristic features of each kind of Deha-Prakriti.
- Manasa- Prakriti: Introduction and types of Manasa- Prakriti.
- Ahara: Definition, classification and significance of Ahara, Ahara-vidhi-vidhana, Ashta Aharavidhi Viseshayatana, Ahara Parinamkar Bhava.
- Aharapaka (Process of digestion): Description of Annavaha Srotas and their Mula. Role of Grahani & Pittadhara Kala.
- Description of Avasthapaka (Madhura, Amla and Katu). Description of Nishthapaka (Vipaka) and its classification. Separation of Sara and Kitta. Absorption of Sara. Genesis of Vata-Pitta-Kapha during Aharapaka process. Definition of the term Koshtha. Classification of Koshtha and the characteristics
of each type of Koshtha.
- Agni – Definition and importance, synonyms, classification, location, properties and functions of Agni and
- functions of Jatharagni, Bhutagni, and Dhatvagni.
- Concept of Ashraya-Ashrayi bhava i.e. inter-relationship among Dosha, Dhatu Mala and Srotas.
- Ojas: Etymological derivation, definition, formation, location, properties, Praman, classification and functions of Ojas. Description of Vyadhikshamatva. Bala Vriddhikara Bhava. Classification of Bala. Etiological factors and manifestations of Ojavisramsa, Vyapat and Kshaya.
- Upadhatu: General introduction, etymological derivation and definition of the term Upadhatu. Formation, nourishment, properties, location and functions of each Upadhatu.
- Stanya: Characteristic features and methods of assessing Shuddha and Dushita Stanya, manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshaya of Stanya. Artava: Characteristic features of Shuddha and Dushita Artava. Differences
between Raja and Artava, physiology of Artavavaha Srotas
- Tvak: classification, thickness of each layer and functions.
Mala: Etymological derivation and definition of the term Mala. Aharamala: Enumeration and description of the process of formation of Aharamala.
- Purisha: Etymological derivation, definition, formation, properties, quantity and functions of Purisha. Physiology of Purishavaha Srotas, manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshhaya of Purisha.
- Mutra: Etymological derivation, definition, formation, properties, quantity and functions of Mutra. Physiology of Mutravaha Srotas, physiology of urine formation in Ayurveda, manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshhaya of Mutra.
- Sveda: Etymological derivation, definition, formation and functions of Sveda. Manifestations of Vriddhi and Kshaya of Sveda. Discription of Svedvaha Strotas
- Dhatumala: Brief description of each type of Dhatumala.
- Panchagyanendriya: Physiological description of Panchagyaanendriya and physiology of perception of Shabda, Sparsha, Rupa, Rasa and Gandha. Physiological description of Karmendriya.
- Manas: Etymological derivation, definition, synonyms, location, properties, functions and objects of Manas. Physiology of Manovaha Srotas.
- Atma: Etymological derivation, definition, properties of Atma. Difference between Paramatma and Jivatma; Characteristic features of existence of Atma in living body.
- Nidra: Nidrotpatti, types of Nidra, physiological and clinical significance of Nidra; Svapnotpatti and types of Svapna.
1 Rachana Sharir(anatomy).
Anatomical position, Planes, and explanation of anatomical terms related to skin, fasciae, bones, joints and their movements, muscles, ligaments, tendons, blood vessels, nerves,.
Definitions and branches of embryology. Embryo and fetus. Sperm and ovum, fertilization. Cleavage
Germ layers formation and their derivatives. Laws of heredity, Sex determination and differentiation, Month-wise development of embryo. Foetal circulation, placenta formation, Umbilical cord formation.
4. Osteology Bone: Definition, ossification, structure and types. Description of bones with clinical anatomy.
5. Arthrology Joints: Definition, structure types and movements. Description of joints of extremities, vertebral joints and temporomandibular joint with their clinical anatomy.
6. Cardiovascular system
1. Definition, types and structure of arteries and veins.
2. Description of heart and blood vessels with their course and branches.
3. Pericardium with applied aspect.
Definition, types and structure of lymph vessels, lymph glands with their clinical aspect.
a) Structure and types of muscles.
b) Description of muscles; their origin, insertion, actions, nerve supply and clinical anatomy.
1. Respiratory System
- Bronchial tree and lungs with their clinical aspects.
- Respiratory tract: nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchial tree.
- Pleura with its clinical aspects.
2. Digestive system
- Organs of digestive tract (alimentary tract) with their clinical aspects.
- Digestive glands: liver, spleen and pancreas.
- Description of peritoneum with its clinical aspects.
- Urinary tract: kidney, ureter, urinary bladder and urethra with their clinical aspects.
- a. Male Reproductive system: reproductive organs, tract and glands (prostate and seminal vesicles) with their clinical aspects.
- b. Female reproductive system: reproductive organs, tract and glands with their clinical aspects.
- Definition, classification & description of endocrine glands (pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus and suprarenal glands) with clinical aspects.
6.Nervous System Nervous system: definition, classification and its importance.
Description of brain and spinal cord.
Description of peripheral nervous system: cranial and spinal nerves, nerve plexuses, and autonomic nervous system, formation and circulation of cerebrospinal fluid and blood supply of brain and spinal cord.
Description of structures of eye, ear, nose, tongue and skin with their clinical aspects.
- a. Study of radio-imaging of limbs, abdomen, pelvis and vertebral column with its clinical application.
Introduction Definition of swastha & swasthya and swasthavritta. Arogya lakshana, swasthavritta prayojanam, WHO definition of health. Dimensions of healthPhysical,Mental,Social. Concept of wellbeing- objective, subjective, standard of living, quality of life.
- Definition of Dinacharya
- Aims and importance of dinachary
- Brahma Muhurta evam Utthana
- Usha Jalapana
- Mukha prakshalan
- Dantadhavana and preparation of Ayurvedic tooth powder and paste
- Pratimarsha Nasya
- Gandusha and Kavala
- Vastra dharana
- Danda dharana
- Padatra dharana
- Chatra dharana
- Ushnisha dharana
- Ratnabharana dharana
- Madhyahna charya
- Cosmetic effect of Dinacharya procedures
- Sandhya charya
- Rathri bhojana vidhi
- Shayanavidhi according to Bhavamishra
- Importance of ritucharya
- Ritu presentation as per different acharyas
- Adana kala & visarga kala
- Sanchaya-Prakopa-Prashamana of Dosha according to ritu
- Doshashodhana in Ritu Charya
- Relation of Agni bala and Ritu
- Pathya and Apathya Ahara and Vihara in different ritus
- a) Ritusandhi b) Yamadamsthra c) Rituharitaki d) Rituviparyaya
Sadvritta Description of Sadvritta and Achara Rasayana their role in Prevention and control of diseases.
i)Ahara Nirukti, Swarupa, Pramukhatva, Ahara dravya Vargikaranam, Aharavidhividhana, Dwadashashana pravicharana, Ashtaharvidhiviseshayatanani, Pathyahara, Apathyahara, Samashana, Adhyashana, Vishamashana, Ahara dushparinama & tajjanya vyadhaya, Santarpanajanya evam Apatarpanajanya vyadhi, Viruddhahara and its effects, Shadrasabhojanasya mahatwam.
Dietetic standards, Proximate principles of Food, Nutritional requirements, Sources and deficiency diseases of Protein, Carbohydrate, Fat, Vitamins and Minerals. Concept of balanced diet in Ayurveda, Nitya sevaneeya dravya, Balanced diet for different sections of people in the society, Social aspects of nutrition. Aharavarga – Dhanya varga(Cereals and millets), Shaka and Harita varga (Leafy and Non leafy vegatables), Kanda varga (roots and tubers), Phala varga (Fruits), Taila varga(Fats and Oils), Ikshu varga & Madhya varga(Alcoholic Beverages), Dugdha varga (Milk and Milk products), Masala and vyanjana dravyas (Spices & Condiments), Kritanna varga(Prepared Food), Mamsa varga (Meat types).
Food hygiene Milk hygiene-Milk composition, Source of infection (for Milk), Milk borne diseases, Clean and Safe milk, Pasteurization of milk. Meat hygiene-Meat inspection, Slaughter house, Freshness of fish and egg. Fruits and Vegetables hygiene Sanitation of eating places, Preservation of food, Food handlers, Food borne diseases, Food
fortification, and Food adulteration, Food toxicants, Properties of Vegetarian and Nonvegetarian diet, Effects of spices and condiments Consumption of Alcohol and its effects on personal and social health. Effects of pathya-apathya in life style disordersDiabetes, Hypertension, Obesity and Coronary heart Disease.
ii) Nidra- Nirukti and Utpatti, Types , Nidra – Swasthya sambandha, Properties of Yukta Nidra, Effects of Ratri Jagarana, Diwaswapna, Anidra, Atinidra, Ahara and Vihara causing disturbed sleep , Ahara and Vihara Causing sound sleep. Duration of sleep according to age, Sleep in healthy and diseased persons.
iii) Brahmacharya – Brahmacharya and Abrahmacharya, Importance of Bharmacharya and Abrahmacharya, Vyavaya sambandhi niyama, Effects of Ativyavaya. Methods of Virya Raksha, Surataspriha(Libido) through Vajikarana, Viryanasa phala.
Roganutpadaniya- Concept of Vega- Adharaniya Vega and Dharaneeya Vega, Diseases due to vegadharana and their chikitsa, sharir shodhan.
Rasayana for Swastha-Nirukti, paribhasha(definition ), classification and examples Ashta nindita purusha Menstrual hygiene
(YOGA AND NISARGOPACHARA)
Yoga shabda utpatti, definitions, Different schools of Yoga – Rajayoga, Hathayoga, Mantrayoga, Layayoga, Jnanayoga, Karmayoga, Bhaktiyoga. Yoga prayojana Ayurveda yoga sambandha, swasthya rakshane yogasya mahatvam Yogabhyasa pratibhandhaka & siddhikara bhavas as per Hathayoga.
Mitahara and Pathyapathyani during Yogabhyasa.
Astanga yoga Yama, Niyama Asana and its importance Standing Postures Ardhakatichakrasana, Padahastasana, Ardhachakrasana, Trikonasana. Sitting postures Swasthika, Gomukhasana, Padmasana, Vajrasana, Bhadrasana, Shashankasana, Ushtrasana, Pashchimottanasana, Suptavajrasana, ardhamatsyendrasana, Siddhasana. Supine Postures Pavanamuktasana, Sarvangasana, Matsyasana, Halasana, Chakrasana, Shavasana,Setubandhasana. Prone postures Bhujangasana, Shalbhasana, Dhanurasana, Makarasana. Suryanamaskara – procedure and benefits.
Pranayama Benefits of pranayama, time of practice, avara-pravara-madhyama lakshana, yuktaayukta lakshana Nadishudhi Pranayama . Kumbhakabheda – suryabhedana, ujjayi, sheetali, Sitkari, Bhastrika, Bhramari Murcha, Plavini.
Shatkarma Dhauti, Basti, Neti, Trataka, Nauli, Kapalabhati Bandhas and Mudras Shad chakras, Ida-pingala-sushumna nadis.
Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, Samadhi Description of Yoga in Ayurveda Moksha and Muktatma lakshana and upaya, Naishthiki chikitsa, Satyabuddhi, Tatvasmriti, Ashta Aishwarya, Ashta siddhi
NISARGOPACHARA (Prakritika chikitsa)
Definition, history, aims and objectives Theories as per Western school of Naturopathy Indian school – Panchabhutopasana Relation of Ayurveda and Naturopathy Importance of Naturopathy in present era. Jalachikitsa(hydrotherapy) – Hot water treatment, Cold water treatment, foot and arm bath, Spinal bath, hip bath, abdominal wet pack, Steam bath, enema and whirl pool bath. Mrittika chikitsa (Mud therapy) Types of soil, doctrine
of mud selection, mud bath.
Suryakirana sevana (sun bath – heliotherapy) Mardana (Massage) – different methods and effects. Diet types – Soothing, Elimininative, Constructive,Positive and negative diet, Acidic and alkaline diet Upavasa chikitsa(Fasting therapy) – Importance, types, therapeutic effects of fasting. Visrama chikitsa upayoga
Janapadodhwamsa Causes, Manifestations and control measures, importance of Panchakarma and Rasayana.
Vayu (Air) Vayu guna according to sushruta samhita, Properties of Vayu as per different directions, Vayu shudhi prakara – Ayurvedic aspect. Composition of air. Air of occupied room- Thermal discomfort and comfort zone, indices of thermal comfort.
Air pollution – health and social aspects, Prevention and control of air pollution ,Global warming. Ventilation and its types. Mountain air & High altitude – Health problems Jala (Ayurvedic and modern aspects) Importance of water , safe and wholesome water, water requirements, properties, types and sources of water,water pollution and health
hazards, Methods of water purification.
Hardness of Water. Examination,Tests and analysis of water. Rain water harvesting and water recycling Bhumi and nivasa sthana(Land and housing) Types of soil,soil & health, Land pollution, Bhumi shodhana, Nivasa yogya bhoomi, Social goals of housing, Housing standards, Mahanasa (Kitchen) standards, Rural housing, Housing and health,
Prakasha(lighting) Requirement of good lighting,natural lighting, artificial lighting, biological effects of lighting.
Dhwani pradooshana(Noise pollution) -Noise, Sources, effects,& control Vikirana(Radiation)- sources, effects and control Apadravya Nirmulana (Disposal of solid waste) Different types of solid waste Storage and collection of refuse Methods of disposal of solid waste (Rural & urban) Bio-medical waste management Malanishkasana Vyavastha (Excreta Disposal) Methods for Unsewered area and Sewered area Latrines for camps, fairs and festivals Disposal of dead body – Burial, Burning, Electric cremation. Meteorology (Ritu evam Vatavarana jnanam) Definition of
weather and climate,factors influencing weather and climate.
Definition, natural and man-made disasters,epidemiologic surveillance and disease control. Occupational Health Occupational Hazards, Occupational Diseases, Prevention of Occupational Diseases, Health & precautionary measures, ESI Act, Indian factories Act. Offensive Trades- Effects on health and precautionary measures .
School health services Health problems of school children, aspects of school health service, duties of school medical officers, Maintenance of healthy environment Epidemiology Concept of Epidemiology, Dynamics of disease transmission, concept of diseases, concept of causation, Epidemiological triad, natural history of disease,
concept of control, concept of prevention, Risks factor, modes of intervention, incidence and prevalence. Susceptible host, host defenses, Immunizing Agents, Disease prevention and control,investigation of epidemic. Disinfection – definition, types. Ayurvedic concept of Vyadhikshamatva and sankramaka rogas.
Epidemiology of communicable Diseases Chicken Pox, Measles, Diphtheria, Pertussis, Mumps, Tuberculosis, SARS, Influenza, Pneumonia, Cholera, Polio, Viral Hepatitis , Typhoid, Leptospirosis, Dengue Fever, Chikungunia, Malaria, Filariasis , Leprosy, Rabies , Tetanus, Emerging and re-emerging diseases Kuprasangaja vyadhi (STDs) AIDS, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, Chanchroid Non-communicable disease epidemiology Diabetes, Obesity, Hypertension, Coronary Heart Diseases, Rheumatic Heart Disease, Cancer Chikitsalaya Bhavana (Hospital Building) Prathamika swasthya samrakshana(Primary Health Care) Definition, principle, elements,levels of health care. Structure at village, sub centre, PHC,CHC, Rural hospital levels. Health insurance, Private agencies, Voluntary health agencies, NGOs and AYUSH sector. Role of Ayurveda in Primary Health Care.
Parivara kalyana Yojana (Family welfare Programmes)– Demography, demographic cycle, life expectancy. Family planning, methods of family planning..
Matru sishu kalyana Yojana – MCH programme Ante natal, intra natal, post natal, neo natal care. Child health problems and indicators of MCH care.
Preventive geriatrics-Problems of elderly,prevention and control measures.
World Health Organisation-Objectives,structure and functions. International health agencies-United Nations agencies,Health work of bilateral agencies.
Alma Ata declaration National Health Policy Health statistics- Definition, Sources, uses Data collection, Classification, Presentation.
Vital statistics-Morbidity rates,Mortality rates ,Fertility rates. Health survey Swasthya prashasana(Health Administration) – Health administration at Central including AYUSH, state, district, village levels. National health programmes Tuberculosis(RNTCP), Leprosy(NLEP), AIDS (NACP), Blindness (NPCB), Polio(PPI),Diabetes (NDCP), Cancer (NCCP) , Guinea worm, Vector born disease control programme, NRHM, all the upcoming national health programmes, RCH programme, Universal Immunization Programme.
National Nutritional Programmes – IDD, Vitamin A prophylaxis, Mid day meal, anemia control programmes.
Demonstration of Dinacharya procedures- anjana, nasya, kavala, gandoosha dhoomapana, abhyanga, udvarttana.
Parichaya of aharadravya, immunization agents, disinfectants and family planning devices Practical demonstrations of Asanas mentioned in the syllabus Pranayama (Suryabhedana, Ujjayi, Shitali, Sitkari, Bhastrika, Bhramari and Nadishuddhi) and Shad karmas(Jala dhauti, Jalaneti, Sutraneti, Trataka, Kapalabhati).
Preparing and delivering of a health educational talk on health related issues. A short compilation on any topic on environmental health. Educational Visits Observe the functioning of the Milk Dairy, Water purification unit, Sewage treatment unit,MCH/Family welfare centre,Leprosy hospital and industraial unit.
Visit to Primary Health Centre for knowledge of actual implementation of National health programmes including knowledge of rural health. Visit of rural Ayurvedic dispensary. Visit to naturopathy centre to observe naturopathic treatment modalities.
Health survey- Minimum 5 families of rural and urban areas. There should be 3 case sheets for Yoga Naturopathy & pathya apathya together and 3 case sheets for communicable diseases. Proformas for Case sheets/practical
records/survey/Dinacharya projects etc should be prepared by the respective universities.
Detailed description of Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Jwara and its types. Etiopathogenesis & relevant Ayurvedic and Modern management of following types of Fevers-Typhoid, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Influenza, Mumps, Meningitis, Encephalitis, Tetanus, Yellow fever, Plague, Dengue Fever, Chikun Guniya, Leptospirosis,Viral Fever, Anthrax, Masurika (Small pox), Laghu Masurika (Chicken pox), Romantika (Measles).
- Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Rasavaha Srotas such as – Pandu, Amavata, Madatyaya, Hridroga, Hridshoola, Hypotension, Hypertension, Anaemia, Rheumatoid arthritis.
- Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Raktavaha Srotas such as – Raktapitta, Kamala, Kumbhakamala, Halimaka, Daha, Mada, Murcha, Sanyasa, Vatarakta, Plihadosha, Yakrut dosha, Haemolytic disorders, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis of Liver, Leukaemia, Kushta, Shvitra, Visarpa, Sheetapitta, Udarda, Kotha and Kshudra Roga.
- Knowledge of National Health Programmes and the relevant Ayurvedic Management of the following diseases enlisted by World Health Organisation- Malaria, Filaria, Kala Azar, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, AIDS.
- Introduction of general principles of maintenance of health and management of diseases of following systems of Medicine- Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation.
- Diseases of different Endocrine Glands- such as Thyroid, Parathyroid, Pituitary, Pancreas and
Adrenal glands and their management.
- General introduction, types and Management of diseases caused by Vyadhi Kshamatwa Hinata (Immuno deficiency disorders), Auto Immune Disorders.
- Description and Management of following Emergency ConditionsAcute Haemorrhage, Hypertensive Emergencies, Acute abdominal pain (Renal colic, Biliary colic, Gastritis, Pancreatitis, Peritonitis and Appendicitis), Acute Abdomen, Anuria/ Oliguria, Congestive Heart Failure, Myocardial Infarction/Angina, Shock, Syncope, Convulsions, Hyperpyrexia, Hyperglycaemia, Hypoglycaemia, Status Asthmaticus, Acute Respiratory distress Syndrome, Drowning and Electric shock.
1. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Pranavaha Srotas such as – Kasa, Shwasa, Hikka, Rajayakshma, Urakshata, Parshwashoola, Bronchitis, Bronchiectasis, Emphysema and COPDs.
2. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Udakavaha Srotas such as- Shotha, Jalodara, Trishna, Water & Electrolyte Imbalance.
3. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Annavaha Srotas such as – Agnimandya, Aruchi, Ajirna, Anaha, Atopa, Adhmana, Alasaka, Vilambika, Visuchika, Chardi, Grahani, Amlapitta, Gulma, Shoola, Bhasmaka, Acid peptic
4. Principles of treatment and management of Vata Vyadhi such as – Pakshavadha, Ekangavata, Sarvangavata, Ardita, Avbahuka, Kati Graha, Manyastambha, Gridhrasi, Vishwachi, Khalli, Khanja, Pangu, Padaharsha, Padadaha,
Vatakantaka, Kroshtukashirsha, Udavarta, Kampavata, Dhatugata and Ashayagata Avarana Vata, other Vata Rogas, Parkinsonism.
5. Nidana and Chikitsa of Urusthambha, Gullian Barrie syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, Myasthenia Gravis, Motor
Neuron Diseases and Neuralgia.
- Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Mamsavaha Srotas and Medovaha Srotas such as- Gandamala, Galaganda, Mamsashosha, Arbuda, Apachi, Prameha, Sthaulya, Karshya, Diabetes Mellitus, Dyslipidaemia.
- Chikitsa Sutra and Management of ‘Asthi and Majjavaha Srotas such as Asthimajja Vidradhi, Asthisoushirya, Asthi kshaya, Sandhigata Vata, Osteo Arthritis, Osteomyelitis, Osteoporosis, Osteopenia.
- Chikitsa sutra and management of Shukravaha srotas such as Klaibya, shukralpata, shukradosha, kshina shukra, dhwajabhanga.
- Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Mutravaha Srotas such as -Mutrakricha, Mutraghata, Ashmari, Cystitis, Nephritis, Nephrotic Syndrome, BPH, Renal Failure.
- Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Purishavaha Srotas such as – Atisara, Pravahika, Arsha,
Purishaj Krimi, IBS and Ulcerative Colitis.
- Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Sexually Transmited Diseases such as – Phiranga, Puyameha, Upadamsha,
lymphogranuloma inguinale, Syphilis, Gonorrhoea.
- Introduction, Definition and Management of Kama, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada, Matsarya, Shoka, Bhaya, Vishada, Dainya, Harsha and Pragyaparadha.
- Manas and Manovahasrotas, Nidana and Chikitsa of the following disorders – UnmadaApasmara-Atattvabhinivesha, Chittodvega, Vishada, Anxiety disorders, Depression, Somatoform and Mood disorders, Stress induced disorders, Psychosexual Disorders. Importance of Daivavyapashraya, Sattwavajaya, Adravyabhuta Chikitsa. Medhya Rasayana in the management of Manasa Roga. Bhuta Vidya diagnosis and management of graha disorders.
- Derivation, definition and synonyms of Rasayana, importance of Rasayana and its benefits. Indications of Rasayana therapy. Classification of Rasayana. Kutipraveshika and Vatatapika Rasayana. Indications of Vatatapika Rasayana. Knowledge of Kayakalpa, Achara Rasayana. Procedures of Kutipraveshika, Poorvakarma and specific schedules to be followed after Kutipravesha, benefits of Kutipraveshika Rasayana, duration of process, Rasayana yoga and directions for their use. Determination of dose of Rasayana according to age. Rules and regulation after Rasayana therapy, Importance of Immunomodulators and antioxidants in Rasayana therapy.
- Vajikarana- Derivation, definition, synonyms, necessity, benefits, importance of fertility, Symptoms of Shûkra (Semen), Vajikaran Dravya and Aushadhi. Properties, doses, methods of administration, ingredients and methods of formation of Rasayana & Vajikarana formulation. Classification and importance of Vajikarana Dravya .
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