JKSSB-GMC JAMMU (350 JUNIOR STAFF NURSE) SYLLABUS 2021 !! GMC JAMMU JR. GRADE NURSE EXAM PATTERN, SYLLABI PDF!!

JKSSB Syllabus and Exam Pattern for the Posts of Junior Staff Nurse/Junior Grade Nurse (Divisional Cadre) in GMC Jammu / GMC Srinagar.

GMC Jammu – 350 Posts

Notification No: 02 of 2021

Department: Health & Medical Education

Item No: 173

Divisional Cadre: Jammu

Official Syllabus – Available

Exam Date – Notify Later

Admit Card – Will be available 10 days prior to Exam

JKSSB-GMC Junior Staff Syllabus for Written Examination 2021

Total Marks – 120

Time – 120 Minutes

Negative Marking – Yes (0.25)

JKSSB GMC Jammu Junior Staff Written Examination 2021

Exam Pattern

Subjects

Max. Marks

Anatomy and Physiology

10

Community Health Nursing - I

10

Fundamentals of Nursing

25

Nutrition

05

Medical Surgical Nursing

10

Paediatric Nursing

10

Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing

10

Medical Surgical Nursing - 2

10

Community Health Nursing - 2

10

Midwifery

20

JKSSB GMC Jammu Junior Staff Nurse/Grade Nurse Detailed Syllabus for Written Test

Anatomy and Physiology (Marks 10)

• UNIT-I Introduction to anatomical terms

• UNIT-II Organization of body cells tissues. organs. systems membranes

and glands

• UNIT-III Skeletal system

• UNIT –IV Muscular system

• UNIT-V Cardio-vascular system

• UNIT-VI Respiratory system

• UNIT-VII Digestive system

• UNIT-VIII Excretory system

• UNIT-IX Nervous system

• UNIT-X Endocrine system

• UNIT-XI Sense organs

• UNIT –XII Reproductive system

Community Health Nursing - I (Marks 10)

• Unit- I Introduction to community Health and community Health Nursing

• Unit-II community health nursing process

• Unit- III Health Assessment

• Unit- IV Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiological methods

• Unit- V Family Health Nursing care

• Unit-VI Family health care settings

• Unit- VII Referral systems

• Unit – VIII Records and Reports

• Unit-IX Minor Ailments

Fundamentals of Nursing (Marks 25)

• Unit-I Introduction to Nursing

• Unit – II Nursing care of the patient / Client

- Bed and Bed Making

- Maintenance of therapeutic environment Temperature, Light, noise

and humidity. Psycho Social Environment

- Nursing Process and Nursing Care Plan

- Discharging a patient

• Unit – III Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the patient

- Nutritional needs.

- Elimination needs

- Safety needs

- Activity and Exercises

- Physical Comforts

- Moving, shifting and Lifting of patient

• Unit – IV Assessment of patient / Client

- Physical Assessment

- Physiological Assessment

• Unit – V Therapeutic Nursing Care and Procedures Asepsis

- Care and Sterilization of:

- Care of Respiratory System

- Care of Gastro Intestinal Tre act

- Care of Genito Urinary System

- Care of Skin and Mucous Membranes

• Unit – IV Basic Needs and Care in Special conditions

- Dying patient

- Unit – VII Introduction to Pharmacology

Nutrition (Marks 05)

• Unit – I Introduction

• Unit – II Classification of food

Medical Surgical Nursing - I (Marks 10)

• Unit – Ι Introduction

• Unit – ΙΙ Nursing Assessment

• Unit – ΙΙΙ Patho Physiological Mechanism of Disease

• Unit – ΙV Altered Immune Response

• Unit – V Clinical Pharmacology

• Unit – VΙ Nurse’s role in Management of Fluids, Electrolyte and Acid Based

Balance

• Unit – VΙΙ Management of patients in pain

• Unit – VΙΙΙ Operation Theatre Technique Physical Environment

- Theatre Technique

- Preparation of Theatre equipment & Supplies

• Unit – ΙX Management of patient undergoing surgery

- Intra operative Management

- Post- operative management – Immediate and Routine

• Unit – X Nursing management of patient with impaired respiratory function

and gaseous exchange

• Unit – XΙ Nursing Management of Patients with Digestive and Gastro Intestinal Disorders

• Unit – XΙΙ Nursing Management of Patients with Metabolic and Endocrine

Disorders

• Unit – XΙΙΙ Nursing Management of patients with renal and urinary

disorders

• Unit – XΙV Nursing Management of patient with Neurological disorders

• Unit – XV Nursing Management of patients with disorders of connective

tissue collagen disorders.

• Unit – XVΙ Nursing Management of the Elderly

• Unit – XVΙΙ Emergency Management

Paediatric Nursing (Marks 10)

• Unit – Ι Introduction

• Unit – II The New-born

• Unit – III The Healthy Child

- The Infant

- Health Promotion during infancy

- The Toddler

- The Pre-Schooler

- The School ager

- The Adolescent

• Unit – IV The Sick Child

- Nursing interventions adaptations in nursing care of sick child

• Unit – V Behavioural Disorders and common Health Problems during

Childhood, their prevention, Medical and Nursing Management.

- Infancy

- Early Childhood

- Middle Childhood

- Later Childhood

• Unit – VI Children with congenital Defects / Mal formations

• Unit – VII Children with various disorders and diseases

• Unit – VIII Welfare of Children

Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing (Marks 10)

• Unit – Ι Introduction

• Unit – II History of Psychiatry

• Unit – III Mental Health Assessment

• Unit – IV Community Mental Health

• Unit – V Psychiatric Nursing Management

• Unit – VI Mental disorders and Nursing Interventions.

- Functional Mental Disorders

- Definition, etiology, signs, symptoms, medical and nursing

management of:

• Unit – VII Bio-Psychosocial Therapies

- Psychopharmacology

- Somatic therapy

• Unit – VIII Forensic Psychiatry / Legal Aspects.

• Unit – IX Psychiatric Emergencies and Crisis Intervention

Medical Surgical Nursing - 2 (Marks 10)

• Unit -1 oncology nursing

- Nursing management of patients receiving:

• Unit-2 Nursing Management of patients with diseases of male genitor urinary tract.

• Unit-3 Nursing management of patients with disorders of breast.

• Unit -4 Nursing management of patients with diseases and disorders of

integumentary system.

• Unit -5 Nursing management of patients with ophthalmic disorders and

diseases

- Hospital cornea retrieval:

• Unit -6 Nursing management of patients with disorders and diseases of ear,

nose, and throat.

• Unit -7 Nursing management of patients with cardio vascular, circulatory

and haematological disorders.

• Unit -8 Nursing management of patient with communicable diseases

- Diseases caused by

• Unit – 9 Nursing Management of patients with sexually transmitted

diseases

• Unit – 10 Nursing Management of patients with Musculo-skeletal Disorders

and diseases.

• Unit – 11 Emergency and disaster Nursing.

Community Health Nursing - 2 (Marks 10)

• Unit – I Health system in India (Organizational set-up)

• Unit – II Health care services in India

• Unit – III Health Planning in India

• Unit – IV Specialized community Health Services and nurse’s role

• Unit – V Nurse’s Role in National Health Programmes

• Unit – VI Demography and family welfare demography

- Family Welfare

• Unit – VII Health Team

- Role of nursing personnel at various levels

• Unit – VIII Vital Health Statistics

Midwifery (Marks 20)

• Unit – I Introduction

• Unit – II Reproductive system

• Unit – III Embryology and foetal development

• Unit - IV Nursing Management of Pregnant Women

- Investigations.

• Unit – V Nursing Management of women in Labour

- A. First Stage of Labour

- B. Second Stage of Labour

- C. Third Stage of Labour

- D. Conduct of Home Delivery

• Unit – VI Nursing Management of Baby at birth

• Unit – VII Nursing management of Mother during puerperium

• Unit – VIII Complications of pregnancy and its management

• Unit – IX High Risk pregnancy and its management

- Ostemalacia, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS.

• Unit – X High Risk Labour and its management

• Unit – XI Complications of Puerperium and its management

• Unit – XII Obstetric operations

• Unit – XIII Drugs used in obstetrics

• Unit – XIV Ethical and legal aspects related to Midwifery and Gynaecological

Nursing.

- Clinical Experience

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