Organisation : Jammu and Kashmir Public Service Commission
Announcement : Download Admit Card
Designation : Medical Officer 2016
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Download your admit card here : Available on 25.08.2016
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Admit Cards shall be available on the website of the Commission from 25.08.2016.
Related : JKPSC Download Admit Card 2016 Lecturer 10+2 : www.admitcard.net.in/5447.html
It is notified for information of all the candidates who have applied for the posts of Medical Officer and Medical Officer Ayurvedic that the written test which was earlier scheduled for 10.07.2016 shall now be conducted on 28.08.2016.
Syllabus for the Written Test of Medical Officer :
1. Ayurveda rthihasa (History of Ayurveda) and padarath vigyan
a. Introduction of Ayurveda and brief knowledge of other systerns of rnedicine.
b. Information of Ayurveda during different eras.
c. Description of ancient Ayurveda and Astang Ayurveda.
d. Introduction to the authors of classical texts during Samhita kal and their contribution.
e. Introduction to the commentators of classical Samhitas.
f. Introduction to the authors of Modern era.
g. The factors that red to the deterioration of Ayurveda system of Medicine.
h. Establishment of different committees and their recommendations.
i. Introduction, recent developments & role of — Deptt. of AYUSH, CCIM, CCRAS, National Medicinal Plant board, TKDL, National Health Mission, National Ayush Mission.
j. Introduction to the activities of wHo in the promotion of Ayurveda.
k. Basic principles of Ayurveda and their significance.
l. Pramanas and their clinical application.
2. Rachna Sharir (Human Anatomy)
a. Sharir Vyakhya. (Complete Concept)
b. Garbha SharirRachna @mbryology)
c. Asthi , Sandhi Sharir Rachna
d. Kosht4 Koshtanga and Aashaya
e. Sira, Dhamani, Srothas Sharir
f. Lasika sansathan,
g. Peshi sharir Rachna
h. Srotas and Granthi Sharir
i. Tawak Sharir
j. Utamanga, Marma and Indriya Sharir
*Ayurvedic & Modern concept of all the Systems