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UPSSSC ANM Syllabus 2022 UP ANM Exam Pattern / Selection Process

UPSSSC ANM Syllabus 2022 UP ANM Exam Pattern / Selection Process

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UPSSSC ANM Syllabus 2022

Latest Update : UPSSSC has Provided the Detailed Syllabus for ANM Posts. Candidates Can Check Syllabus from Below Link…..

Detailed Syllabus pdf

Department Name UPSSSC
Name of Vacant Posts Auxiliary Nursing Midwifery or ANM
No. of Vacancy 9212
Dates of Application Submission 15/12/2021 to 05/01/2022
Selection Process Written Test
Exam Pattern OMR Based
No. of Questions 100
No. of Marks 100
Time Duration 02 Hours
Negative Marking 1/4th of Marks (25%)
Minimum Passing Marks Not Given
Syllabus Detailed Syllabus pdf

Exam Pattern:

Exam Pattern is as follows:

  • The questions in the exam will be of objective type and multiple choice.
  • The written examination will be of one shift, in which the total number of questions will be 100.
  • The time duration will be two hours.
  • Each question will be of one mark.
  • Negative marking will be given for the written examination, which will be 1/4th of the total marks of that question ie 25% marks for each wrong answer.
Subject questions number of Total numbers time period
subject knowledge 100 100 two hours (120 minutes)

UPSSSC ANM Syllabus:

Exam Syllabus is as follows:

subject knowledge

  1. Determinants of health.
  2. External form and plans of Indian health problems.
  3. Organization of SC, PHC, CMC and District Hospital.
  4. Health Organizations: International WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDPA, World Bank, FAO, DANIDA, European Commission. Red Cross, American Aid, UNESCO. Colombo Plan, ILO, CARE etc. National: Indian Red Cross, Indian Council for Child Welfare, Family Planning Association of India etc.
  5. Functions and responsibilities of health workers.
  6. Code of Conduct for ANMs.
  7. The role of health workers in advising people in the community.
  8. The need for nutrition for health, the relationship between nutrition and disease
  9. Nutritional classification of foods.
  10. Balanced diet for different age groups.
  11. Vitamin and mineral deficiency diseases and nutritional anemia in women.
  12. Nutrition of children up to five years, role of ANM/FHW/Anganwadi worker in nutrition.
  13. Structure and body systems of the human body and their functions.
  14. Body cleanliness.
  15. Concept of mental health.
  16. General measures for the control and prevention of infectious diseases
  17. Infectious Diseases: Symptoms, Prevention and Treatment: Diphtheria, Whooping Cough, Tetanus, Polio, Measles and Tuberculosis, Chicken Pox, Mumps, Rubella, Typhoid, Hepatitis, Rabies, Malaria, Dengue, Filariasis, Kala-azar, Trachoma , conjunctivitis, scabies, STDs and HIV/AIDS, encephalitis, leptospirosis, acute respiratory infections, diarrheal diseases, worm infestations, leprosy.
  18. Care of the sick in the community: history taking, physical examination: vital signs.
  19. Fever: Vital signs: temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure.
  20. Role of AYUSH in health and home remedies.
  21. Classification of drugs.
  22. need for first aid.
  23. Common injuries and illnesses.
  24. Cuts and wounds: types, principles and first aid care.
  25. Factors affecting growth and development in infants and children.
  26. Physical, psychological and social development of children.
  27. Accidents: Causes, Precautions and Prevention.
  28. Exclusive breastfeeding.
  29. School Health: Objectives, Problems and Programs and School Environment.
  30. Sex education for adolescents.
  31. Menstrual cycle and hygiene during it.
  32. Adolescent pregnancy and abortion information
  33. Embryo and placenta.
  34. Normal pregnancy: signs and symptoms of pregnancy.
  35. Care during normal delivery.
  36. Newborn care.
  37. Pregnancy abnormalities.
  38. Abortion: Types of Abortion and Causes of Abortion.
  1. Determinants of health.
  2. Overview of health problems of communities in India.
  3. Organization of SC, PHC, CMC and district hospital.
  4. Health agencies: International: WHO, UNICEF, UNFPA, UNDPA, World Bank, FAO, DANIDA, European commission. Red Cross, US aid, UNESCO. Colombo Plan, ILO, CARE etc. National: Indian Red Cross, Indian Council for Child welfare, Family planning association of India etc.
  5. Role and Responsibilities of ANMFHW.
  6. Code of ethics for ANM.
  7. Role of Counselor & Role of ANM/Female Health worker as counsellor.
  8. Importance of nutrition in health and sickness.
  9. Classification of foods and their nutritive value.
  10. Balanced diet for different age group.
  11. Vitamin and mineral deficiencies: Nutritional anemia in women.
  12. Under five nutrition, the role of ANM’s /FHW/AWWs in supplementary food.
  13. The Human body Structure and body systems and their functions.
  14. Hygiene of the body.
  15. Concept of mental health.
  16. Control and prevention of communicable diseases, General measures.
  17. Communicable diseases: Signs, symptoms, care and prevention of the following: diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, poliomyelitis, measles and tuberculosis, chicken pox, mumps, rubella, enteric fever, hepatitis, rabies, malaria, dengue, filaria, kala-azar, trachoma, conjunctivitis, scabies, STDs and HIV/AIDS, Encephalitis, Leptospirosis, Acute respiratory infections, Diarrhoeal diseases, Worm infestations, leprosy.
  18. Care of the sick in the community: taking history, Physical examination: Vital signs.
  19. Fever: Vital signs: Temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure.
  20. Home care remedies & Integrated accepted practices of AYUSH
  21. Classifications of drugs forms.
  22. Need of First Aid.
  23. Minor Injuries and Ailments.
  24. Cuts and wounds: types, principles and first aid care.
  25. Factors affecting growth and development in infants and children.
  26. Physical psychological and social development of children.
  27. Accidents: causes, precautions and prevention.
  28. Exclusive Breast feeding.
  29. School health: Objectives, problems and programmes, Environment of school.
  30. Sex education for adolescents.
  31. Menstruation and menstrual hygiene.
  32. Adolescent girls: pregnancy and abortion.
  33. Foetus and placenta.
  34. Normal pregnancy: Signs and symptoms of pregnancy.
  35. Care during normal labor.
  36. Care of new-born.
  37. Abnormalities of pregnancy.
  38. Abortion: types of abortion, causes of abortion.

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