1ST YEAR GNM COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING QUESTION PAPERS

MODEL QUESTIONS.
1 st Year PAPER-IV (GNM EXAM) Community Health Nursing - I
(Community Health Nursing, Env. Hygiene, Health Education, Communication skill& Nutrition)
Time – 3 Hrs Full marks – 75
Answer All Questions
Q.1 (3+6+6)
a. Define Primary Health Care?
b. Write the elements of Primary Health Care .
c. What are the Principles of Primary Health Care .
Or
a. What is Behaviour change communications? (5+5+5)
b. Describe Inter Personal Communication.
c. Give a situation where IPC technique is used to provide Health Edu cation.
Q.2 (4+3+8)
a. What is ‘Records’ & ‘Reports’ ?
b. What are the types of records?
c. How will you maintain the records & reports in your work place?
Or
a. Define Community. (2+4+8)
b. Write the Principles of Community Nursing.
c. Describe your role in Community Health Nursing.
Q.3 Write short notes on any 3. (3X5=15)
a. W.H.O.
b. ASHA

c. A.V.AIDS
d. Adulteration of Food
e. P.E.M.
Q.4 A. Mark ‘True’ or ‘False’ against each sentence.
(1X10=10)
a. Vit A is found in Sea Fish.
b. 1gm of Protein gives 9 Calories.
c. Malaria is caused by parasites.
d. Triple antigen prevents Polio, Typhoid and Cholera.
e. Deficiency of Iodine caused Goitre.
f. Better communication contributes to effective function of an Organisation.
g. A delinquent is one who shows deviation from normal behaviour.
h. Rodents are the cause of Filaria.
i. Vitamins & Minerals are protective foods.
j. Potassium Permanganate is an oxidising agent.
B. Fill in the Blanks. (1X5=5)
a. The Govt. of India enacted the Central Food Adulteration Act in ______.
b. Repeated occurance of a disease in a geographical area is called _____.
c. Measles vaccine is kept in a _________.
d. _______method of teaching is better than two way method.
e. The ________amino acids can not be synthesized in our body in sufficient quantity and must be obtained from the food.
Q.5 A. What is the immediate role and responsibility of a staff nurse in the following situations. (2X5=10)
a. During home visit, found that shallow well was used for drinking purpose.
b. Intake of bleaching powder by a person.
c. A 1 yr old infant weighing 4kg.
d. A 5 yr old child having severe constipation.
e. A 2 yr old child taking only diluted cows milk.
B. Write the full form of abbreviations. (1X5=5)
H.I.V.
U.I.P.
T.F.A.
V.V.M.
R.C.H.P.