JPSC Syllabus Jharkhand PSC (APHO) Paper-Wise Exam Pattern

JPSC Syllabus

JPSC Assistant Public Health Officer Syllabus:

JPSC Exam Syllabus of Medicine:

Topics covered in Jharkhand PSC APHO Syllabus are as follows:

  • Decisions about investigations and rehabilitation
  • Principles of Geriatric Medicine – Normal ageing
  • Clinical assessment of frail elderly
  • Major manifestations of disease in elderly

JPSC Syllabus of Infant Disease:

Topics covered in JPSC APHO Syllabus are as follows:

  • Whooping cough
  • Infant respiratory distress syndrome
  • Neonatal jaundice
  • Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
  • Intussusception
  • Meningococcal disease
  • Croup, Hypotonia
  • Meconium aspiration syndrome
  • Abdominal distension
  • Cradle cap, Gastroesophageal reflux disease
  • Intrauterine growth restriction
  • Encephalitis, Cerebral palsy
  • Preterm birth
  • Baby colic, Congenital heart defect
  • Perinatal asphyxia
  • Inborn errors of metabolism
  • Roseola, Hydrocephalus
  • Bronchiolitis, Kernicterus
  • Irritant diaper dermatitis
  • Metabolic disorder
  • Necrotizing enterocolitis

Orthopedic & Disabled Knowledge:

  • Congenital malformations
  • Volkmann’s Ischaemic Contracture
  • Septic Arthritis, Tuberculosis: Spine
  • Fracture shaft of femur & tibia
  • Acute Pyogenic Osteomyelitis
  • Fracture pelvis & dislocation of the hip
  • Poliomyelitis, Other Arthritides (Rheumatoid/Ank.Spond.)
  • Fracture neck of femur, Fracture, Amputations
  • Disorders of the hip
  • Chronic Pyogenic Osteomyelitis
  • Bone Tumours: Benign tumours, Malignant tumours
  • Osteoarticular tuberculosis: General consideration & principles of management
  • Classification of injuries around elbow & management of supracondylar fracture
  • Internal Derangements of Knee, Injuries of ankle & foot

Jharkhand PSC APHO Syllabus of ENT:

Topics covered in Jharkhand PSC APHO Syllabus are as follows:

  • Ear, Throat
  • Nose and paranasal sinuses

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Topics covered in Jharkhand PSC Syllabus are as follows:

  • Rhesus Negative Pregnancy
  • Intrauterine Growth Restriction (IUGR)
  • Anaemia in Pregnancy
  • Drugs prescription during pregnancy and lactation
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Disorders of a liver, kidneys in pregnancy
  • Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy

JPSC APHO Exam Pattern:

JPSC Assistant Public Health Officer Examination contains four papers. Total no. of marks in the test is 400. Each paper has 100 marks. The oral test contains 40 marks.

PaperSubject NamesMax. Marks
Paper -IMedicine100
Paper-IIa) Infant Disease40
b)Preventive medicine and community health including child welfare and family planning60
Paper-IIIa)Surgical treatment60
b)Orthopedic & Disabled Awareness40
Paper -IVa)Eyes25
b)Nose, Ears and Throat25
c)Obstetrics and Gynecology50
General Studies (Total Marks: 200) (Time: 2 hours)
(A) History of India – 15 Questions
Ancient India 5 questions
Medieval India 5 questions
Modern India 5 questions
(B) Geography of India –10 Questions
General Geography 3 questions
Physical Geography 3 questions
Economical Geography 2 questions
Social & Demographic Geography 2 questions
(c) Indian Polity and Governance – 10 Questions
Constitution of India 4 questions
Public Administration and Good Governance 4 questions
Decentrealization: Panchayats & Municipalities 2 questions
(D) Economic and Sustainable Development  –  10 Questions
Basic features of Indian Economy 4 questions
Sustainable Development and Economic issues 4 questions
Economic Reforms and Globalization 2 questions
(E) Science & Technology –  15 Questions
General Science 6 questions
Agriculture & Technology Development 6 questions
Information & Communication Technology 3 questions
(F) Jharkhand Specific Questions (General Awareness – of its History. Society. culture & Heritage) – 10 Questions      
(G) National & International Current Events – 15 Questions
(H) General Questions of Miscellaneous nature, not requiring subject specialization, such as 15 Questions   
1. Human Rights
2. Environmental protection, Bio-diversity & Climate Change
3. Urbanization
4. Sports
5. Disaster Management
6.Poverty and Un-employment
8.United Nations and other International Agencies

Syllabus for the Main Examination of the Jharkhand Civil Services

General Hindi and General EnglishTotal Marks: 100 (50 marks each for both segments) Time: 3 hours
Essay (400 Words) 15 marks
Grammar 15 marks
Comprehension 10 marks
Precis 10 marks
Language and LiteratureTotal Marks: 100 , Time: 3 hours
Candidates will have the choose any one of these  Languages and Literatures:Bangali, English, Hindi, Khadia, Khorta, Kurmali, Kuruk, Mullularl, Nagpuri, Oriyya, Panchpargania, Sanskrit, Santhali, Urdu
Social science (History and Geography)Total Marks: 200, Time: 3 hours
HistoryAncient PeriodMedieval PeriodModern Period 100 marks
GeographyPhysical geography (General Principals)Physical and Human Geography of IndiaNatural resources of India: Development and utilizationGeography of Jharkhand and utilization of its resources 100 marks
Indian Constitution and Polity, Public Administration And Good GovernanceSection A) Indian constitution and polity
Section B) Public administration and good governance
Total Marks: 200, Time: 3 hours
Indian Economy, Globalization and Sustainable DevelopmentGroup (A) – Basic Features of India Economy
Group (B) –sustainable development, economy issues and Indian development strategy
Group (C) –economic reforms, nature and Impact on Indian economy
Group (D) – Economy of Jharkhand: features, issues, challenges and strategies
Total Marks: 200,  Time: 3 hours
General Science, Environment & Technology DevelopmentGroup (A) – Physical Science
Group (B) – Life Science
Group (C) –Agriculture Science
Group (D) – Environmental Science
Group (E) – Science and Technology Development
Total Marks: 200,  Time: 3 hours

JPSC Mains / Prelims Exam Pattern Details

JPSC organized the written exam in two parts first is prelims and second is mains. Candidates who clear the JPSC Prelims exam they will only need to prepare for JPSC Mains exam.

Prelims (Screening Test)General Studies200 marks2 hrs
No optional subject. All are common compulsory papers
MainsPaper I:General HindiGeneral English(50 Marks50 Marks)100 marks3 hrs
Paper II: Language and literature100 Marks
Paper III: Social science (History and Geography)200 Marks
Paper IV: Indian constitution and Polity, Public Administration And Good Governance200 Marks
Paper V: Indian Economy, Globalization And Sustainable Development200 Marks
Paper VI: General Science, Environment & Technology Development200 Marks
Total marks (Main examination)1000 marks
Personality Test100 Marks
Grand total1100 marks

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