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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001


PHYSIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
. (New Syllabus)
TIme: Three Hours MClximum.: 80 Marks
Answer Sections A and B in separate answer-book.

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Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.
Section A (Physiology)

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I. Long Essays: (Answer anyone of the follOWing.)

1 Describe in detail the composition and functions of blood.

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2 Describe the mechanism of breathing.
(1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II. Short Essays : (Answer any four..)·

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3 Factors determining the blood pressure.

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4 .Functions of stomach.

5 Refiactory errors of the eye.

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6 Functions of cerebellum..

7 Artificial respiration.

(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
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III. Short Answers : .

8 ~ame the anterior pituitary hormones.

9 Functions of testes.

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10 Apex beat.

11 Name the muscles ()f respiration.

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12 Functions of lymph.

(5 x2 = 10 marks) .
Section B (Biochemistry)
I. Long Essays : (Answer anyone.)
1 Describe glycogen metabolism.
2 Describe the sources, daily requirement functions and deficiency diseases of Vitamin A.
(1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II.. Short Essays: (Answer all.)
3 Digestion and absorption of lipids.
4 Functions of plasma prote~.
5 Urea cycle.
6 Classification of amino acids. (4 x 5 = 20 marks)
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III. Short Answers :
7 Benedict's test.
8 Di~tary sources and RDA for Vitarrdn C.
9 Protein digesting enzymes secreted by the pancreas.
10 Bile salts.
11 Milk sugar.

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(5 x 2 = 10 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
PHYSIOLOGY including BIOCHEMISTRY
(Old Scheme)
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.

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Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

Answer Section A and Section Bin separate answer books.

Section A (Physiology)

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I. Long Essays (Answer anyone of the following) :
1 Describe the stages of Erythropoiesis and mention the maturation factors regulating it.
2 Define cardiac output. Describe how it is regulated.

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, (1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II. Short Essays (Answer any four) :

3 Phases of Gastric secretion.

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4 Neural regulation of respiration.

5 Coronary circulation.

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6 Propagation of nerve impulse.

7 Refractory errors in the eye.

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(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
III. Short Answers:

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8 Sarcomere.

9 Ovulation.

10 Plasma proteins.

11 Functions of saliva.

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12 Orgal;l of corti.

(5 x 2 = 10 marks)
.Section B (Biochemistry)
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I. Long Essays (Write anyone) :


1 Write about dietary sources, daily requirement and functions of vitamin A.
2 How oral glucose tolerance test is performed? How blood glucose level is maintained?
(1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II. Short Essays (Answer any four) :

3 Essential amino acids.

4 Digestion and absorption of carbohydrates.


5 Name bile acids and mention about the functions of bile salts.
6 Metabolic acidosis.
7 Benedict's qualitative test.
(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
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II. Short Answers:
8 .What is a simple protein? Give two examples. ,
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9 What is lecithin ? '.~" .

10 Vanden Bergh test

11 What is nonnal serum sodium and potassium level?

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12 Write two important functions of insulin.

(5x 2 =10 marks)

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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION~~


ANATOMY
(1996 and 1997 ilalch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum.; 80 Marks
Your answers shall be, specific to tile question asked.
Draw Ileat and labelled diagrams wTlCrcver necessary.
I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions :
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I 1 Define epithelium; mention different lypes of epithelia with examples.
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i ') Describe the blood supply of heart.

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.3 Describe the lobes and surfaces of liver; add a note on its microscopic structU!p.
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(2 x 10 20 marks)
II. Short Essays. Answer any eight questions:

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4 Microscopic structure of skin.
S Shoulder jqint.
6 Ouodenum.

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7 Male urethra.
S Microscopic structure of adrenal gland.
9 Spinal ganglion.
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10 Ear ossicles.
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11 Left lung.
12 Great saphenous vcin.
13 Gluteus maxi mils mUl:icle.
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(8 x 5 ::: 4,,0 marks)


Ill. Short Answers :

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14 Mandible.

15 Arteries supplying lhyroid gbnd.

16 Fibro cartilage.

17 Lymph node.
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18 Ovum.
19 Nasal septum.
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20 Microscopic structure of the cerebellum.


21 Ligaments of utcrus:
22 Thoracic vertebrae.
23 Sensory innervation of the tongue.
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001

ANATOMY

(1998 and 99 Balch)

Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

Your answers simll be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wllerever necessary.

I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions: "..;


J Draw the diagram of the lungs and explain. i~J
2 Describe the structure and function of an animal cell.
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Descdbe the structure and function of urinary bladder. (;
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,(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays. Answer any fight questions:

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4­ Describe fallopian tube and its importance.
~ Describe vas deferens and its importance.
lv' 6' Make a brief mention the structure of pituitary gbnd.

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o Pulmonary circulation. . ,.', _./

-.-fr Classify the joints with examples. .J


"10/9 / Brief mention about large intestine. --.
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10 Relationship of nerves and blood supply to muscles.
11 Brief mention about broncho-pulmonary segments.
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02 Mention briefly about nephrons .
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</13 Classify hormones. \
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(8 x 5 48 marks)
III. Short Answers:
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'\../14 Thyroid gland-Blood supply. (


15 Salivary glands-Differences, \
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.,... 17 ~eft
lymphatic duct-Drain:lge.
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't..-18 Retina-Layers. ,
• 19 Gall bladder-Situation. \
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~.20 Bones of the cranium. \'


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21 Ureters-Extent. .
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
(1996-97 and 1997-98 Batches)
Time: Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two :
1 Draw the organization chart and explain the health care delivery system from centre to
periphery. ­

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2 Discuss the cultural factors influencing in health and disease.
3 Explain the sanitary methods of disposal of human excreta.
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
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II. Short Essays. Answer any eight :
4 Write briefly the sources of water supply.
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5 Explain the vaccine preve~t,!ble djs~ases.

6 Describe thEnemporary family planning methods.

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7 Narrate the mosquito control measures.

8 Write the minimum standards for housing.

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9 Write the food standards.

10 Explain mode of transmission of diseases.

11 Write principles of primary health care.

12 Enumerate the functions of community health nurse.

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13 Write the scope of family planning.

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


14 Population policy.

15 Composting.

16 Vitamin A deficiency.

17 Wholesome water.

18 W.H.O.

19 Over crowding.

20 Food handlers.

21 Medical termination of pregnancy.

22 Mosquito borne diseases.

23 Malnutrition.

(10 x 2 =20 marks)


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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
(1998-99 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Mp.ximum : SO Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two :
1 Describe briefly the health care delivery system in India and explain the functions of primary
health centre.

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2 Explain the epidemiologic concept of interactions of the agent, host and environment in the
occurrence of disease.
3 Discuss the general measures that you will follow in controlling AIDS in the community.
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(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
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II. Short Essays. Answer any eight:
4 Principles of health education.

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5 Rodent control measures.

6 Cooking principles.

7 How health is related to nutrition ?

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S Role of community health nurse in epidemics.

9 Sanitary well.

10 Protein energy malnutrition.

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11 Water purification in small scale.

12 Integrated child development services.

13 List the important points to be remembered while constructing a sanitary latrine.

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(S x 5 = 40 marks)
III. SROrt Answers :
14 'ePositive
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15 Effects of noise.

16 InC?bation period.

17 Isolation.

IS Surveillance of disease.

. . .. 19 Artificial ventilation:

20 Chloririation.

21 Food adulteration.

22 Iecberg phenomenon.

23 Iodine deficiency.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALm NURSING
(1998-99 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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1. Long Essays. Answer any two :
1 Describe briefly the health care delivery system in India and explain the functions of primary
health centre.

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2 Explain the epidemiologic concept of interactions of the agent, host and environment in the
occurrence of disease.
3 Discuss the general measures that you will follow in controlling AIDS in the community.
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(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays. Answer any eight :
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4 Principles of health education.

5 Rodent control measures.

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6 Cooking principles.

7 How health is related to nutrition ? t.,../'"

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8 Role of community health nurse in epidemiCS.


9 Sanitary well.
10 Protein energy malnutrition.
11 Water purification in small scale.
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12 Integrated child development services.


13 List the importGmt points to bef.emembered while constructing a sanitary latrine.
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(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers :
14 Positive health.
15 Effects of noise.
16 Incubation period.
17 Isolation.
18 Surveillance of disease.
19 Artificial ventilation.
20 Chlorination.
21 Food adulteration.
22 Iecberg phenomenon.
23 Iodine deficiency.
(10 x 2 = 20 marks)

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SC-1344

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001


INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING
(1996---.,.97 and 1997-98 Batches)
Time: Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two :
1 Draw the organization chart and explain the health care delivery system from centre to
periphery. '

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2 Discuss the culturCj.lJactprsinfluencing in health aruLdisease.
3 Explain the sanitary methods of disposal of human excr~ti!:...
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
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II. Short Essays. Answer any eight :
Write briefly the sources of water supply. ~
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5 Explain the vaccine preventable diseases. v

6 Describe thEr'temporary family planning methods.

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7 Narrate the mosquito control measures.

8 Write the minimum standards for housing.

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9 Write the food standards.

10 Explain mode of transmission of diseases.

11 Write principles of primary health care.

12 Enumerate the functions of community health nurse.

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13 Write the scope of family planning.

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


14 Population policy.

15 Composting:

16 VItamin A deficiency.

17 Wholesome water.

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18 W.H.O.'

19 Over crowding.

20 Food handlers.

21 Medical termination of pregnancy.

22 Mosquito borne diseases.

23 Malnutrition.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMTI';'.TION, 2001
PSYCHOLOGY C
(Old Regulations)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: S: ~vfarks

Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.


Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessar:..j.

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I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)

1 Define Psychology and explain the scope of psychology in relaticr -0 nursing.

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2 Co-relate the influence of environment on the development of be:niour. Briefly discss the
.phases in grow:th and development.
3 Role of counselling in preventing mental and emotionaldisturbar:;;s.

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(2 x 10 = 20 ~larks)

II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)


4 Elicit the factors influencing the development of personality anci:! .:..i-taracteristics.

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5 Abraham Maslow's theory of motivation.

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6 Define Frustration and write about the sources of frustration.

7 What is General adaptation syndrome? Briefly discuss the role of a :~';::se in stress mana,::nent.

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8 Explain the principles on which Id, Ego and superego function.

9 Mention the types of attention. Describe the factors that control a:::. meet attention.

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10 Role of projection tests for assessment of personality. . __

11 Describe the sources of stress.

12 What is an emotion ? Explain some of the emotional situations.

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13 Role of a nurse in change of atttitudes •. t:Ji·.:..l-_ ";':"
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(8 x 5 = 40 :;Larks)
III. Short Answers :

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14 List the general characteristics of learning. ·'.s{(;:

15 Relation between psychology and sociology.

16 Branches of psychology.

17 Personal motives.
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18 Some common conflicts.

19 Define Intelligence. How is IQ measured?

20 Defense mechanisms.

21 Laws of learning.

22 What is sense perception ?

23 Leadership qualities. .'

(10 x 2 = 20 ::1arks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Se.NURSING (PC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001­
GENERAL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
(New Regulations)
Time: Three Hours' Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays: (Answer any two)
1 Write an essay on the nature and scope of psychology. Explain its methodology.

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·2 Define Emotion. Describe the various theories and states of emotion.
3 Explain heredity and environment. Give an account of the role of heredity and environment in
causing individual differences.

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

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4 ." ,Educational psychology its importance for a nurse.

5 Primary and secondary motives.

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6 Factors influencing perception.

7 Study of personality and nursing.

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8 Intelligence testing and its uses.

9 Differencii.ite types of memory and methods of memory.

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10 Write a short essay on reasoning and its different types.

11 Factors influencing development of attributes.

12 Explain purposes of evaluation and the various steps of evaluation.

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13 Role of incentives and rewards for a teacher.


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

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14 Aims of educational psychology. 15 Degree of attention.·

16 Conflict in motives. 17 Causes of forgetting.

18 Achievement tests. 19 Integrated responses.

20 Sensation. 21 Needs and drives.

22 Intelligence tests. " 23 Measurement of attributes.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
GENERAL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
(New Syllabus)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

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Your answers shall. be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled dtagrams wherever .necessary.

I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions :

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1 Write an essay on the nature and scope of psychology. What is its relevance in the study of
human behaviour ?
2 Give an account of the biological, personal and social motives ; and the classification of

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motives.
3 Describe the scope and aims of educational psychology. Point out its significance in the
nursing profession.
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
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II. Short Essays. Answer any eight questions :.
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4 Definition of perception and attention.

S Assessment of personality. What is its importance in nursing care ?

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6 The diffe~ent tests of intelligence.

7 Heredity and environment.

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8 What are the conditions for effective learning?

9 Problem solving methods.

10 Meaning and nature of attributes.

11 Teacher-learner relationship.

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12 Tools of evaluation.

13 Personal and social motives.

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III. Short Answers :


14 Levels of functioning.

15 Span of attention.

16 Extra-sensory perception.

17 Biological motives.

18 Types of personality,

19 Meaning of intelligence.

20 Behaviour of an organism.

21 PrinCiples of learning.

22 Types of thinking.

23 Evaluation.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
(Old Syllabus)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the questi01t askei

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever neL'essan;.

I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions:

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1 Define Psychology. Discuss the scope of educational psychology.
2 What is the role of emotions in health ? Discuss the general theories of emotion.

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3 Explain the development of concepts and Piaget's contribution to its understanding.
(2 x 10 =:; 20 marks)
U. Short Essays. Answer any eight:
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4 Discuss the integrated behaviour responses in organisms.
5 Definition and scope of psychology in nursing care.
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6 What factors affect learning ?


7 Differentiate sensation and perception.
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8 'Whatis the role of maturation in learning?


9 Discuss the nature of teacher-learner relationship.
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10 Explain individual differences as a result of heredity and environment.


11 Discuss various types of reasoning.
12 What is intelligence? How is it distributed?
13 Elaborate with examples various methods of improving memory.
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(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III; Short Answers:
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14 What factors influence perception?


15 List the laws of learning.
16 How is remembering measured?
17 What is a case study?
18 Explain in tvl,To sentences "transfer of learning",
19 Define Attitude.
20 Name two pl'ojectiv~ tests.
21 Define social motives.
22 What is introspection?
23 Define personality. List the various types.
(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Se. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
SOCIOLOGY
(1998-99 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

I. Long Essays. Answer any two :

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1 Define Community. What are the characteristics of rural community and examine the changes
"---Occurring in the village communities? ".

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2 What is socia}' control ? What are the different means of social control in the. society ?
3 Define Family. Discuss the legislation on Indian marriage and family.
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(2 x 10 :::: 20 marks)
II. Short Essays. Answer, any eight :
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4 Medico sociology and nursing care.

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S tiMan is a social animal". Substantiate the statement.

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6 "Co-operation and competition". Differentiate and show their role in social progress.

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7 Write a short essay on the social classification.

8Y,hat is family? Describe the types and functions of family and the changes taken place in

. them.

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9 Describe caste system. Examine the role of caste in the Inqian society.

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10 Define role and status and point out their place in the social system.

11 What is culture? Give an account of the cultural factors of social change.

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12 What do you mean by population pyramid? Examine the population structure of India and

show its impact on the development of the country.


13, Define social organisation. Enumerate the main causes of social disorganisation.
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(8 x 5 ;;;; 40 marks)
III. Short Answers :
14 Accommodation and assimilation.

15 Social groups.

16 Family welfare services.

17 Marital problems.

18 Rural development..

19 Racial groups.

20 Urbanisation.

21 Religion and social control.

22 Social planning.

23 Migration and its problems.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING· (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
NUTRITION
(1996-97 and 1997-98 Batches)
Time : Three Hours MaxilJlum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions :
1 Define balanced diet. What factors you would consider while planning a balanced diet ?

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2 Write the definition, classification food sources, daily requirements functions and defidency
effects of carbohydrates.
3 Explain the role of the nurse in relation to improve the nutrition of the community.
(2 x 10 ;:;: 20 marks)
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II. Short Essays. Answer any· eight :
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4 Nutritional classification of foods.

5 List and write about the main nutritional problems which our country is facing today.

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6 How does ~ge brings about changes in nutritional requirements ?

7 What are the nutritional requirements of pregnant women ?

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8 What are the functions of proteins in our body?

9 Write about the various factors effecting the food habits in detail.

10 Menu plan for school going child.

11 List the functions of calcium and write the factors affecting calcium absorption.

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12 List the different types of vitamins. Discuss the deficiency symptoms of vitamin D.

13 Applied nutrition programme.

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


14 Vitamin A prophylaxis programme.

15 Scurvy.

16 Characteristics of lipids.

17 Deficiency of riboflavin.

18 Pica.

19 Methods of cook~ng.
20 Therapeutic diet.

21 What foods you will include in the diet of the patient suffering from anaemia?

22 Weaning foods.

23 Name the essential amino acids.

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


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FIRST YEAR B.Se. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
PHYSIOLOGY including BIOCHEMISTRY
(Old Scheme)
Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks
Your answers shall be specific to the questions asked.

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Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

Answer Section A and Section Bin separate answer books.

Section A (Physiology)

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I. Long Essays (Answer anyone of the following) :
1 Describe the stages of Erythropoiesis and mention the maturation factors regulating it.
2 Define cardiac output. Describe how it is regulated.

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, _(1 x 10 = 10 marks)
II. Short Essays (Answer any four) :

3 Phases of Gastric secretioft.

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4 Neural regulation of respiration.

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S Coronary circulation.

6 Propagation of nerve impulse.

7 Refractory errors in the eye.

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(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
III. Short Answers :

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8 Sarcomere.

9 Ovulation.

10 Plasma proteins.

11 Functions of saliva.

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12 Orgal) of corti.

(5 x 2 = 10 marks)
Section B (Biochemistry)
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I. Long Essays (Write anyone) :


1 Write about dietary sources, daily requirement and functions of vitamin A.
2 How oral glucose tolerance test is performed? How blood glucose level is maintained?
(1 x 10 10 marks)
II. Short Essays (Answer any four) :

3 Essential amino acids.

4 Digestion and absorption of carbohydrates .


. 5 Name bile acids and mention about the functions of bile salts.
6 Metabolic acidosis.
7 Benedict's qualitative test.
(4 x 5 = 20 marks)
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III. ShbrtAnswers:
'-1'Benedict's test.
~ Di~tary sources andRDA for Vitamin C.
..1 Protein digesting enzymes secreted by the pancreas.
....:if Bile salts.

~ Milk sugar.

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(5 x 2 = 10 marks)

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FIRSTYEARB.Sc. NURSING (BASIC)D~GREEEXAMINATION, 2001
BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACfICE OF NURSING
(1998-99 Batch)
Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

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Your answers sltall be specifk to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two :

1 (a) Define body temperature.

(b) Briefly explain the observation and recording of body temperature.

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(2 + 8 = 10 marks)
2 (a) Define Medicine.
(b) List the different routes of medicine administration.
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(c) What are the principles to be observed while administering oral medicines?
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(1 + 2 + 7 = 10 marks)
3 What are the health care agencies? Write their function.
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II. Short Essays. Answer any' eight :

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4 Professional nurse.

5 Health illness continuum.

6 Data collection.

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7 Admission of a patient.

8 Complications of neglected mouth.


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9 Barriers to communication.

10 First aid for dog bite.

11 Five principles of giving enema.

12 Nurses responsibility in lumbar puncture.

13 Use of comfort devices.

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

14 Catheterisation. 15 Progressive patient care.

16 Ventilation. 17' Constipation.

18 Rehabilitation. 19 Disinfection.

20 Auscultation. 21 Body m~chanics.

22 Steam inhalation. 23 Hospital.

(10 x 2 20 marks)
SC-1342
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING
(1996-97 and 97..:....-98 Batches)
Time : Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

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I. Long Essays. Answer any two questions:
1 Describe the different roles of a nurse as a member of the health team.

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2 Explain
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needs of patients

with appropriate examples.


3 As a nurse. What communication skills one should have?

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

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4 Feeding a helpless patient.

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5 Fluid in take and output record.

6 Nursing process.

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7 Nursing management of a patient with retention of urine.

8 Prevention of cross infection in a hospital ward.

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9 Cold applications.

10 Anti tuberculous drug.

11 Importance of mouth care in a seriously ill patient.

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12 Principles of Hyle's t~be feeding.

13 Care ofpressllre points.


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

14 Apnoea.

15 Anti emetics.

16 Bacterio-stasis;

17 Decubitus ulcer.

18 Cardinal signs.

19 Fowler's position.

20 Ethics of nursing profession.

21 Hypothermia.

22 Oliguria.

23 Rest and sleep.

(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
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FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001
BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING
(1996-97 and 1997-98 Batches)
TIme: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

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Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

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

IBR
1 (a) Define Pyrexia.
(b) List the signs and symptoms of pyrexia.
(c) Explain the nurses role in the care of a patient VVith pyrexia.
GL (1 + 2 + 7 =10 marks)
2 (a) Define Medicine.
(b) List the advantages and disadvantages of parenteral therapy.
(c) Briefly explain the principles of giving intradermal injection.
IN

(1 + 3 + 6 =10 marks)
3 Enumerate the primary health care services including home care service. (10 marks)
RS

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

4 Agencies of health care.


.5 Nurse patient relationship.
6 Nursing care plan.
RK

7 Discharge of a patient.
8 Prevention of pressuresOr.es.
ND

9 Health essentials in the environment of a sick person.


10 Facilitator "to communication.
11 Golden rules of first aid.
12 Nurses responsibility in blood transfusion.
13 Spiritual needs of a patient.
_ (8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers:
14 Health. 15 Profession.
16 Nurse practitioner. 17 Interview.
18 Incontinence. 19 Immobility.
20 Cross infection. 21 Hospital.
22 Active exercise. 23 Nursing.
(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
SC-16S2-A
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001

FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING

(1998-99 Batch)

Time: Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

RY
Your answer .shall be specific to the questions asked.

Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary.

RA
I. Long Essays: (Answer for any two)
1 What are the effects of neglected mouth of bed patients ?
,J/ What are the points to be kept in mind while planning nursing care for a patient?

LIB
:If Enumerate the modes of transmission of diseases and their control.
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
G
II. Short Essays: (Answer any eight)

4 Write bri~fly the. nurse's responsibilities in the administration of ~ral medications.

IN

5 State the therapeutic uses of local hot applications.

RS

6 State the NurSing actions for urinary retention of a patient.

J7 State effects of exercises for a bed patient.

JJ State the Nursing measures to ensure sleep for a patient.

NU

v9 List the various positions used for the comfort of a patient.

1</ State the nurse's role in feeding a helpless patient.

11 What are the points to be noted while giving bed bath ?

RK

}2 Write briefly the care of hospital records.

:/.3 State the principles of surgical asepsis.


ND

(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
III. Short Answers: (Write the meaning of the following terms)

1'4 Inter-personal relatielnship.

l~ Barriers of communication.

11 Ethics.

117 Antiseptic.

18 Cross infection.

14 Barrier nursing.

~
Body mechanics.

Decubitus ulcer.
~ Anorexia.
2:;-1 Gavage.
(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
~

SC-1342 '~

FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC)D'EGREEEXAMINATION, 2001

FUNDAMENTALS' OF· NURSING

(1996-97 and 97-98 Batches)

Time : Three Hours Maximum : 80 Marks

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

RA
1. Long Essays. Answer any two questions :

1 Describe the different roles of a nurse as a member of the health team.

2 Explain the various learning needs of patients with appropriate examples.

LIB
3 As a nurse. What communication skills one should have?
(2 x 10 = 20 marks)
II. Short Essays. Answer any eight questions :

G
4 Feeding a helpless patient.

IN

5 Fluid in take and output record.

6 Nursing process.

RS

7 Nursing management of a patient with retention of urine.

8 Prevention of cross infection in a hospital ward.

NU

9 Cold applications.

10 Anti tuberculous drug.

11 Importance of mouth care in a seriously ill patient.

12 Principles of Ryle's tube feeding.


'.
,
RK

13 Care of pressure points.


(8 x 5 = 40 marks)
ND

III. Short Answers :

14 Apnoea.

15 Anti emetics.

16 Bacterio-stasis;

17 Decubitus ulcer.

18 Cardinal Signs.

19 Fowler's position.

20 Ethics of nursing profession.

21 Hypothermia.

22 OligUria.

23 Rest and sleep.


(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
SC-1342
FIRST YEAR B.Sc. NURSING (BASIC) DEGREE EXAMINATION, 2001

BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF NURSING

(1998-99 Batch)

Time : Three Hours Maximum: 80 Marks

RY
Your answers shall be specific to the question asked.
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever uecessary.

RA
I. Long Essays. Answer any two :
1 (a) Define body temperature.
(b) Briefly explain the observation and recording of body temperature.

LIB
(2 + 8 = 10 marks)
2 (a) Define Medicine.
(b) List the different routes of medicine administration.
G
(c) What are the principles to be observed while administering oral medicines?
IN
(1 + 2 + 7 = 10 marks)
3 What are the health care agencies? Write, their function.
(10 marks)
RS

[2 x 10 = 20 marks]
II. Short Essays. Answer any eight :
NU

4 Professional nurse.
S Health illness continuum.
6 Data collection.
RK

7 Admission of a patient.
8 Complications of neglected mouth.
9 Barriers to communication.
ND

10 First aid for dog bite.


11 Five principles of giving enema.
12 Nurses responsibility in lumbar puncture.
13 Use of comfort devices.
(8 x 5 40 marks)
III. Short Answers:
14 Cathe terisa tion. 15 Progressive patient care.
16 Ventilation. 17 Constipation.
18 Rehabilitation. 19 Disinfection.
20 Auscultation. 21 Bod y m~chanics.

22 Stearn inhalation. 23 Hospital.


(10 x 2 = 20 marks)
N.D.R.K COLLEG'E OF NURSING

MODLE EXAMINATION

GENEARAL AND EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY

Your answer shall be specific to the questions asked.

RY
Draw neat and labelled diagrams wherever necessary

RA
I. Long Essays: (Answer any TWO) [2 x 10 =20]
1) What is observation? Differentiate between observation and experimental

LIB
method in psychology.
G
2) Define perception. Discuss the factors influencing perception. Explain
extra sensory perception.
IN
RS

3) Discuss the role of heredity and environment in cal~~iDg ~.!ic iti~ividual


differences.
NU

ll.. Short Essays: (Answer any eight) [8 x 5 =40]


4) Elucidate the personality of a good tea.cher.
RK

5) Achievement tests.
ND

6) Explain the integrated behaviour responses in organisms~


7) Bring out the differences in need and drives.
8) Nurses role as an educator.
9) Bring out the relation of emotion and good health.
10) What is creativity? Describe the factors fostering creativity.
11) Concept of evaluation.
12) Explain briefly the organisation of personality.
. 13) Describe habit interference in learning with appropriate examples.

P.T.O.

III. Short Answers: [lOx2 = 20r


14) Perception as an organised response.
15) Concept fonnation in children.
...,....;.'T'
16) Intelligence tests.

17) Development of thinking.

18) Conflicts of motives.

RY
19) Definition of personality.

20} . Span of attention.

RA
21) Problem - solving.

LIB
22) Teaching aids.

23) Insight learning.

"1:
G
IN
RS
NU
RK
ND