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AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form

AIIMS Raipur i.e All India Institute of Medical Science Raipur Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form for total 475 Staff Nurse vacancies advertisement has been publish today.

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AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Advertisement Notification Apply Online www.aiimsraipur.edu.in for the post of Staff Nurse this is the Latest Job & Careers opportunities in All India Institute of Medical Science Raipur. All India Institute of Medical Science Raipur has recently publish an advertisement notification for Staff Nurse Posts vacancies jobs opening for June 2017.



AIIMS Raipur is an apex healthcare institute, established by the Ministry of Health &
Family Welfare, Government of India under the Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna
(PMSSY) with the aim of correcting regional imbalances in quality tertiary level healthcare in
the country and attaining self-sufficiency in graduate and postgraduate Medical education
and training. The PMSSY has set up 6 new AIIMS institutions in underserved areas of the
country.

The AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Advertisement Notification for the Staff Nurse Posts, candidates who are interested, may apply in the prescribed application format on or before 31-07-2017.

AIIMS, Raipur invites online applications from Indian nationals for the following
posts on direct recruitment basis:

Vacancies in AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017

Total vacancies in All India Institute of Medical Science Raipur (AIIMS Raipur) Staff Nurse post details are given below.

  1. Staff Nurse Grade-I (Nursing Sisters) = 75 Posts
  2. Staff Nurse Grade-II (Sister Grade-II) = 400 Posts

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Eligibility

Minimum educational qualification for AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 for the Staff Nurse posts is given below.

Education Qualification

  • Staff Nurse Grade-I (Nursing Sisters) = B.Sc. (Nursing) (4 year course) from a
    recognized Institute/ University. or B.Sc.(Post-certificate) or equivalent
    such as B.Sc. Nursing (Post-basic) (2 year course) from a recognised Institute/University. & Should be registered with the Indian Nursing Council/ State Nursing Council.
  • Staff Nurse Grade-II (Sister Grade-II) =  B.Sc. (Nursing) (4 year course) from a
    recognized Institute/ University. or B.Sc. (Post-certificate) or equivalent such as B.Sc. Nursing (Post-basic) (2 year course) from a recognised institute/university. &  Should be registered with the Indian Nursing Council/ State Nursing Council

Age Limit

  • Staff Nurse Grade-I (Nursing Sisters) = Between 21-35 years
  • Staff Nurse Grade-II (Sister Grade-II) = Between 21-30 years.

AGE RELAXATION:

Relaxation in age will be as per Government of India rules. Relaxation in upper age
limit is admissible only when the applicant claims the same in the online application form &
also properly fill the CATEGORY CODE. Relaxation in upper age limit is admissible to eligible
categories of applicants as under:

Cate gory Code No.CategoryAge Relaxation permissible beyond the Upper age limit.
01SC/ST5 years
02OBC3 years
03PH10 years
04PH + OBC13 years
05PH + SC/ST15 years
06Ex-Servicemen and Commissioned Officers including ECOs/SSCOs – for Group A & B posts(a) Five years subject to the condition that on the closing date for receipt of applications the continuous service rendered in the Armed Forces by an Ex-Serviceman is not less than six months after attestation. This relaxation is also available to ECOs/SSCOs who have completed their initial period of assignment of five years of Military Service and whose assignment has been extended beyond five years as on closing date and in whose case the Ministry of Defence issues certificates that they will be released within 3 months on selection from the date of receipt of offer of appointment. Candidates claiming age relaxation under this para would be required to produce a certificate in the prescribed proforma to the AIIMS, Raipur.

NOTE: Ex Servicemen who have already secured regular employment under the Central Govt. in a Civil Post are permitted the benefit of age relaxation as admissible for Ex- Servicemen for securing another employment in any higher post or service under the Central Govt. However, such candidates will not be eligible for the benefit of reservation, if any for Ex- Servicemen in Central Govt. jobs.

b) In order to qualify for the concession under (a) above, candidates concerned would be required to produce a certificate that they have been released from the Defence Forces. The certificate for Ex-Servicemen and Commissioned Officers including ECOs/SSCOs should be signed by the appropriate authorities specified below and should also specify the period of service in the Defence Forces:-

(i) In case of Commissioned Officers including ECOs/SSCOs: Army: Dte. of Personnel Services, Army Headquarters, New Delhi. Navy: Dte. of Personnel Services Naval Headquarters, New Delhi. Air Force: Dte. of Personnel Services, Air Headquarters, NewDelhi.

(ii) In case of JCOs/ORs and equivalent of the Navy and Air Forces: Army: By various Regimental Record Offices. Navy: Naval Records, Bombay Air Force: Air Force Records, New Delhi.

NOTE- Other provisions relating to ExS will be as per the existing GOI instructions.

07Central Govt. Civilian Employees – for Group B posts
1) Central Govt. Civilian Employees (General/Unreserved) who have rendered not less than 3 years regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application5 years
2) Central Govt. Civilian Employees (OBC)) who have rendered not less than 3 years regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application8 (5 +3) years
3) Central Govt. Civilian Employees (SC/ST) who have rendered not less than 3 years regular and continuous service as on closing date for receipt of application10 (5+5) years

Note: Age relaxation to candidates working in AIIMS Raipur on contractual basis will be subject to approval of competent authority.

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Pay Scale | Salary

  • Staff Nurse Grade-I (Nursing Sisters) = (Pay-band of Rs.9300-34800/- with Grade
    Pay of Rs.4800/-).
  • Staff Nurse Grade-II (Sister Grade-II) = (Pay-band of Rs.9300-34800/- with Grade
    Pay of Rs.4600/-).

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Advertisement

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Selection Process

  • (a) Normally, all the candidates whose application forms are accepted will be called for
    the Computer Based Examination. However, if deemed necessary, the Competent Authority reserves the right to shortlist candidates for the computer based examination by duly appointed Search cum Selection Committee as per the criteria fixed.
  • (b) While shortlisting the candidates on the basis of marks scored at Graduation level,
    AIIMS, Raipur will follow the yardstick adopted by the University/Institution and take into
    account the percentage of marks as indicated in the Final Year Marks Statement. AIIMS,
    Raipur will not take the responsibility of working out the percentage of marks by adding up
    the marks secured by the candidates in different subjects/each year of Graduation and
    instead take into account the percentage of marks / CGPA as indicated in the Final Year
    Marks Statement.
  • (c) Where the Merit of the candidate is indicated in the Final Year Marks statement in
    CGPA without indicating the corresponding percentage of marks, AIIMS, Raipur will follow the criteria indicated by the University/Institution in the Certificate, if any, for arriving at the corresponding percentage. In all other cases, the conversion formula of CGPA (as indicated
    in the Final Year Marks Statement) multiplied by (x) 9.5 will be applied.
  • (d) Criteria followed in shortlisting candidates will be final. No appeal or representation
    will be entertained against such shortlisting.

AIIMS Raipur Exam Pattern 2017

STAFF NURSE GRADE I :

Computer Based Examination

PartParticularNumber of QuestionsMarks

Duration

Part-I

Subject knowledge of concerned post (Nursing)7070 Marks90 min.
Part-IIGeneral Aptitude and General Awareness —
Basic Computer Knowledge and Nursing Informatics—
15

15

30 Marks

Total

100100 Marks
Part-III

Skill Test*

* The Scheme of Skill Test will be uploaded on the website of the Institute in due course.

STAFF NURSE GRADE II :

Computer Based Examination

PartParticularNumber of QuestionsMarks

Duration

Part-I

Subject knowledge of concerned post (Nursing)8080 Marks90 min.
Part-IIGeneral Aptitude and General Awareness —
Basic Computer Knowledge and Nursing Informatics—
10

10

20 Marks

Total

100100 Marks
Part-III

Skill Test*

* The Scheme of Skill Test will be uploaded on the website of the Institute in due course.

AIIMS Raipur Exam Syllabus 2017

Nursing Foundations :

  • a). Health and Wellness: Definition of health, Concept of health, Concept of wellness and wellbeing Concept of healthillness continuum, Models of health and illness, Variables influencing health and health beliefs and practices, Health promotion, wellness, and levels of, disease prevention, Risk factors influencing health
  • b). Nursing as a Profession: Nursing: Definition, concepts, philosophy, objectives, History of nursing in India, Characteristics, nature and scope of nursing practices, Qualities of a professional nurse ,Professional responsibilities and roles of a nurse, Evidence Based Practice (EBP) in Nursing, Trends of nursing in India ,Ethics and values in nursing,
  • c). Hospital Admission and Discharge: Admission to the hospital: Unit and its preparation admission bed. Admission procedure, Special considerations, Medico legal issues in admission, Roles and responsibilities of the nurse in admission. Discharge from the hospital: Types of discharge: Planned discharge, LAMA/DAMA and abscond, referrals and transfers. Discharge planning. Discharge procedure. Special considerations. Medico legal issues in discharge, Roles and responsibilities of the nurse in discharge. Care of the unit after discharge
  • d). Communication and Nurse Patient Relationship: Communication and nursing practice; Basic elements of communication process, Forms of communication, Professional nursing relationship, Elements of professional, communication ,Patient teaching: importance, purpose, process, role of nurse.
  • e). Nursing Process and nursing care plan: Meaning, importance and steps in development.
  • f). Documentation and Reporting: Documentation: Purpose of recording and reporting Communication within the health care team Types of records: ward records, medical/nursing records ,Common record keeping forms, computerized documentation ;Guideline for reporting: factual ,basis, accuracy, completeness ,correctness, organization, & confidentiality :Methods of recording ;Reporting: Change of shift ,reports, Transfer reports, incident reports.
  • g). Vital Signs: Guidelines for taking vital signs.
    i) Body temperature: Physiology, regulation, factors, affecting body temperature. Assessment of body temperature: sites, equipment’s and technique, special considerations, Temperature alterations (hyperthermia, hypothermia & Heatstroke): assessment & management, Hot and cold applications. ii) Pulse: Physiology and regulation, characteristics of the pulse, factors affecting pulse. Assessment of pulse:
    sites, location, equipment’s and technique, special considerations. Alterations in pulse: Tachycardia and bradycardia. iii) Respiration: Respiration: Physiology and regulation, mechanics of breathing, characteristics of the respiration, factors affecting respiration. Assessment of respiration: techniques, special consideration. Alteration in respiration: types, assessment & management. iv) Blood pressure: Physiology and regulation, characteristics of the blood pressure, factors affecting blood pressure Assessment of blood pressure sites equipment’s and technique, special considerations Alterations in
    blood pressure: Hypertension and hypotension.
  • h). Health Assessment: Purposes of health assessment, Health history taking, Physical examination-Preparation & organization of physical examination, Methods & techniques of physical assessment. General assessment, Head to toe examination, after care of physical assessment.
  • i). Care of Equipment and Linen: Indent, maintenance and inventory; Disposable; Reusable; Rubber goods; Enamelware; Stainless steel articles; Glassware; Hospital furniture; Sharp instruments; Machinery.
  • j). Care in Special Condition: Unconscious patient; Patient with fluid imbalance; Patient with Dyspnea; physically handicapped; Perineal care of terminally ill-patient with urinary catheter.
  • k). Infection Control in Clinical Settings: Nature of Infection; Chain of infection transmission; Hospital acquired infection; Hand washing: Medical and surgical hand washing; Disinfection of equipment and unit
  • l). Barrier Nursing: Standard Safety precaution (Universal Precaution); Different types of hand washing; Personal protecting equipment’s types, uses, techniques of wearing and removing.
  • m). Biomedical waste management : Concept and importance; Segregation of hospital waste ;Treatment, transportation and disposal of hospital waste
  • n). Administration of drugs : Purposes of drugs; Routes of administration; Principles: Rights, special consideration, prescription, safety in administering drugs; Storage and maintenance of drugs and nurses responsibility ;Factors influencing drugs action; Terminologies and common abbreviation used in prescription of drugs.
  • o). First Aid – Meaning of First Aid; Rules of First Aid. First Aid in emergency Situation such as:- Fire, Earthquakes, Famines; Fractures; Accidents; Poisoning; Drowning; Hemorrhage; Insects bites; Foreign bodies ;Transportation of
    the injured Bandaging and splinting ;Immediate and later role of nurses
  • p). The dying Patient : Signs and symptoms of approaching death; Needs of the dying patient and relatives; Care of dying and last offices; Packing of dead bodies in non-communicable and communicable diseases
  • q). Meeting Needs of Hospitalized Patient:
    i. Patient safety: Environmental safety: temperature, humidity, noise, ventilation, light, odour, pests control; Fall, fire and accident safety; Safety devices: restraints, side rails, airways, trapez etc. ii. Hygiene: Hygienic care: Hair care, Oral care, Bed bath, Back care, Hand-feet & nail care, Eye care, Care of ear and nose; Patient environment: Unit cleaning/ disinfection. iii. Comfort: Types of beds and bed Making; Comfort devices; Pain management: Nature, types, factors influencing pain, coping, assessment and management of pain. iv. Elimination needs: Problems in sickness: Constipation, diarrhea, retention and in-continence of urine; Nurses role in meeting eliminating needs. v. Meeting nutritional needs: Importance of Nutrition; Factors effecting nutritional needs. vi. Activity and Exercises: Importance of activity and Exercise in health and sickness, active and passive
    Exercise.

Medical Surgical Nursing

  • a) Role and responsibilities of a nurse in Medical and Surgical Settings : Outpatient Units; In- Patient Units; Intensive Care Units; Home and Community setting
  • b) Care of Surgical patient : Pre-operative; Intra operative; Post-operative; Nurses functions in operation theatre
  • c) Anesthesia: Classification, anesthetic agents and role of a nurse in anesthesia.
  • d) Disorders of the Respiratory System : Etiology, Clinical manifestation, diagnosis, treatment and medical, surgical, dietetics and Nursing Management with : Asthma, Pneumonia, Lung abscess, Pleurisy, Emphysema, Bronchiectasis, Pulmonary Tumours, Pleural Effusions, Pulmonary Tuberculosis, Acute Respiratory distress syndrome, Preventive and rehabilitative aspects
  • e) Cardiovascular System : Diseases of heart; Cardiac arrhythmias; Cardiac arrests; Heart Blocks; Pericarditis, Myocarditis, Endocarditis; Congestive heart failure; Hypertension; Angina Pectoris; Valvular Diseases ,Basic life support, Advance cardiac life support.
  • f) Vascular Diseases: Arteriosclerosis; Atherosclerosis; Varicose veins and aneurysms.
  • g) Blood Disorder : Anaemia; Leukemia; Haemophilia; Hodgkins Diseases Blood Transfusion : Indications; Grouping and matching; R.H factors; Plasma precautions in administration ; Blood bank functioning and hospital transfusion committee. Bio-safety and waste management in relation to blood transfusion
  • h) Gastro Intestinal System : Stomatitis, gingivitis and parotitis; Dental caries; Tumours; Gastritis; Peptic ulcer; Enteritis; Colitis; Appendicitis; Haemorrhoids; Hernia; Hepatitis; Cirrhosis of liver; Liver abscess; Cholecystitis; Hepatic coma; Pancreatitis; Carcinoma of liver and Pancreas; Tuberculosis
  • i) Musculo-Skeletal System: Disorder and diseases of bones and joints : Sprains, Dislocation, Fractures, Arthritis, Osteomyelitis, Tumours, Tuberculosis, Deformities
  • j) Genito Urinary System : Diseases of kidney, ureter, bladder and urethra; Congenital abnormalities; Acute and chronic nephritis; Nephrosis; Uraemia; Tumours; Tuberculosis; Obstruction; Pyelitis and Pyelonephritis; Cystitis; Disorder of Micturition; Urethritis; Cancer Penis; Inflammation of testes, Epididymis and Prostate glands; Prostatic
    hypertrophy; Malignancy. Dialysis, renal transplant,trauma of ureter,bladder,urethra.
  • k) Nervous System: Diseases of Brain : Headache, Migraine; Epilepsy; Tumours; Chorea; Parkinsonism; Meningitis; Encephalitis; head and spinal cord Injuries; Cerebro-vascular accidents, haemorrhage, Embolism and thrombosis Diseases of Spinal Cord : Myelitis; Injuries; Tumours; Spinal cord compressions Diseases of Nerves : Neuritis and
    neuralgia; Myasthenia-gravis; Sciatica; Heat Stroke, heat Exhaustion; Cranial, Spinal Neuropathies;
  • l) Endocrine System, Metabolic disorders, deficiency diseases: Hyper and hypo Secretions of: Thyroid, Parathyroid, Pituitary, Adrenal gland; Cysts/Tumours; Metabolic Disorders: Diabetes Mellitus; Obesity; Gout; Deficiency Diseases: Common deficiency diseases; Prevalence in India; Early symptoms, prevention and treatment.
  • m) Operation Theatre: General set up of operation theatre and team; Theatre technique: – hand washing, gowning and gloving; Preparation of theatre equipment and instruments in common use; Role of a nurse in care of patient in the theatre; Principle of recovery room’s care.
  • n) Intensive Care Nursing : Concept; Principles of Intensive Care Nursing; Role of a nurse in I.C.U; Common gad gets use in I.C.U/C.C.U-Cardiac Monitors, Birds, respirator, defibrillators, etc
  • o) Diseases and Disorders of eye : Blindness-causes and prevention; Eye banking, Community services; Conjunctivitis; Glaucoma; Cataract; Retinal detachments; Eye prostheses and rehabilitation; Injury and hemorrhage
  • p) Diseases of the ear : Wax; Foreign bodies; Furunculosis; Fungal infections; Otitis Media; Injuries and deafness; Mastoiditis; Menieres syndrome Disease of nose and throat : Rhinitis; Defected Septum; Sinusitis; Allergy; Adenoids; Laryngitis; Tonsillitis; Pharyngitis; Injury
  • q) Communicable Diseases: Virus: Measles, influenza. Chickenpox, Smallpox, Mumps, infective hepatitis, poliomyelitis Bacteria : Diphtheria, Whooping cough, tetanus, leprosy, typhoid, dysentery, gastro-enterities and cholera Zoonoses : Kala-azar, plague, replapsing fever and rabies; Mosquito : Malaria, filaria, dengue fever Sexually transmitted diseases : Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Chancroid
  • r) Nursing management of patient with Immunological problems: Review of Immune system; Immunodeficiency disorders -HIV and AIDS.
  • s) Nursing Management Of Patients With oncological conditions: Structure & characteristics of normal & cancer cells; Prevention, screening, early detection, Common malignancies of various body systems warning signs of cancer; Modalities of treatment; Hospice care Stomal therapy.
  • t) Nursing management of patient in disaster situations: Causes and types of disaster; Policies related to emergency / disaster management at international, national, state, institutional level.; Disaster Management;
  • u) Nursing management of patient in emergency Emergency Nursing : Concept, priorities, principles & scope of emergency nursing Organization of emergency services: physical set up, staffing, equipment & supplies, protocols, Concepts of triage & role of triage nurse.

Computer Based Examination And Skill Test To Shortlist

  • a) Introduction : Definition: Midwifery, obstetrical Nursing; Development of maternity services in India; Morbidity and mortality rates and their significance; Internal and External organs of reproduction; Female pelvis : Structure, diameters and type; Fertilisation and implantation of the ovum; Foetal development and foetal circulation.
  • b) Normal Pregnancy : Physiological changes due to pregnancy; Signs, symptoms and diagnosis; Influence of hormones
  • c) Pre-natal care : Objectives; History taking; Calculation of Expected date of delivery; Routine Examinations
  • d) Care and advice regarding : diet in pregnancy; anti-natal Exercises
  • e) Minor disorders of pregnancy and alleviations of discomfort
  • f) Diseases associated with pregnancy : Cardio vascular; Urinary; Respiratory; Metabolic; Nutritional deficiencies; Sexually transmitted diseases
  • g) Normal Delivery (Preparation) : For mother and baby; Preparation of the patient and delivery room-hospital and home; Psychological preparation of mother and family
  • h) Normal labour : Definition, stage and duration; Causes of onset of labour; True and False labour
  • i) First stage of labour : Signs of onset of labour; Physiological changes in first stage of labour; Managementpreparation of labour; Preparation of women in labour – Physical and Psychological; Equipments for normal
    delivery; Monitoring of maternal and fetal condition; Vagina l Examination
  • j) Second Stage of labour : Signs of second stage; Mechanisms of labour; Monitoring of maternal and fetal conditions; Procedure for conduct of normal delivery; Prevention of Perineal tear; Episiotomy, suturing and care
  • k) Third Stage of labour : Signs, Physiological changes; Immediate care of baby; Technique of placenta expulsion and examination of placenta; Monitoring of maternal and newborn baby Nursing Management of Baby and birth : Assessment; Apgar scoring, examination for defects (head to foot examination); Care of cord, eyes and skin; Maintenance of body temperature; Prevention of infection and injury.
  • l) Nursing Management of mother during puerperium : Definition, objectives of care; Immediate postnatal care; Physiological changes during puerperium; Care of Episiotomy; Establishment of breast feeding; Postnatal Exercises; Postnatal Examination, follow up family welfare; Minor ailments and management
  • m) Complications of pregnancy and its management : Bleeding in early pregnancy; Bleeding in late pregnancy; Pregnancy induced hypertension, Pre-Eclampsia, Eclampsia; Hydramnios, Oligohydramnios; Hydatidiform mole; Pelvic inflammatory disease; Intra uterine growth retardation, intra uterine death; Post maturity
  • n) High risk pregnancy and its management : Anaemia, Jaundice, Viral infection; Urinary tract infections; Heart diseases, diabetes mellitus; Osteomalacia; Sexually Transmitted diseases; AIDS; Teenage Pregnancy; Elderly pregnancy; Multi Para & Multiple pregnancy; Un-Educated mother
  • o) Labour Complications : Malpresentations and malpositions; Occipito posterior position; Breach and shoulder; Face and Brow; Cord presentation and prolapse; Obstructed labour; Ruptured uterus; Post partum haemorrhage, atonic uterus, retained placenta and membranes
  • p) Complications of puerperium and its management : Puerperal pyrexia, puerperal sepsis, Thrombophlebitis, Embolism, puerperal Psychosis
  • q) Obstetrics operations : Manual removal of placenta; Version: Internal, External; Vacuum extraction; Caesarean section; Medical termination of pregnancy; Laparoscopic sterilization; Embryotomy
  • r) Drugs used in Obstetrics
  • s) Ethical and legal aspects related to midwifery and gynaecological Nursing.
  • t) Fertility and Infertility : Definition, causes both in male and female investigation and management
  • u) Diseases and disorders of female reproductive system including breasts : Infections; cyst, tumours and fibroids; Abortion; Ectopic pregnancy; Vaginal fistula; Erosion of cervix; Sexually transmission disease; Abnormalities of menstruation; Menopause; Mastitis; Breast abscess; Tumours; Malignancy.

CHILD HEALTH NURSING

  • a) Concept in Child health care and role of Pediatric nurse in child care.
  • b) The healthy child : Growth and developments and factors affecting growth and development; Assessment of growth and development; Nurses responsibility to meet the nutritional needs; Accidents – Principal causes and Prevention; Value of play and selection of play materials; Review of immunization schedule; Care of under-five and underfive
    clinics, child guidance clinics
  • c) The Infant : Care of umbilical cord, skin, eye, mouth, buttocks and clothing’s
  • d) Disorder of Infants : Vomiting; Diarrhea; Convulsion; Distension
  • e) Recognition and Management of Congenital anomalies : Causes, Prevention management; Preparation of the parents; Parents counselling
  • f) Breast Feeding : Importance and principles; Preparation of mother; Difficulties in breast feeding; Factors inhabiting and promoting lactation
  • g) Introduction of Solids : Weaning; Developing healthy foods habits; Diet of healthy Child; Artificial feeding; Reason and maintenance of hygiene; Feeding technique; Common Problems;
  • h) Pre and post-Operative care
  • i) Preparation of parents for surgery of the infant child.

j) Diseases of Children : Etiology, Signs and symptoms, medical and surgical management, nursing care, Complication, diet and drug therapy, prevention and treatment with diseases.

  • i. Gastro- intestinal System : Thrush; Gastro enteritis, acute and chronic diarrhoea; cleft lip and cleft palate; Oesophageal atresia; Pyloric stenosis; Hernia; Intussusception, megacolon; Appendicitis, imperforated anus; Jaundice; Worm infestation
  • ii. Respiratory System : Foreign bodies; common cold and rhinitis; tonsils and adenoids; croup, influenza; bronchitis, pneumonia, emphysema
  • iii. Genito-urinary System : Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, nephrosis; Undescended testes; Wilm’s tumor; Prevention of infection; Congenital disorders
  • iv. Cardio Vascular system : Congenital defects; Rheumatic fever and Rheumatic heart diseases
  • v. Nervous System : Convulsions, epilepsy; Meningitis, Encephalitis; Epilepsy; Cerebral palsy;Mental retardation; Hydrocephalus; Spina bifida, meningocele; Mongolism
  • vi. Eye and Ear : Conjunctivitis; Squint; Congenital extract; Visual defects; Otorrhea; Otitis Media
  • vii. Nutritional Disorder : Marasmus; Kwashiorkor; Anaemia; Vitamin Deficiencies
  • viii. Communicable Diseases : Measle, Small pox and chicken pox; polio myelitis; mumps; Tetanus; Diphtheria and whooping cough; infective hepatitis, Scabies, Eczema, Pediculosis, ringworm, fungus, furunculosis
  • ix. Hemotological disorder : Anemias, leukemia, thalassaemia leukemia, haemophilia
  • x. Endocrine disorder : Diabetis insipidus; dwarfism; Orthopaedic disorder: Club feet; Fractures
  • xi. Child health Emergencies : Burns; Drowning; Foreign Bodies; Poisoning
  • xii. Psychological disorder and problems : Enuresis, tie, Speech defects, headache, Thumb Sucking, delinquency
  • xiii. The Handicapped Child : Importance of early diagnosis; Care of physically and mentally handicapped child; Deprived child; Community facilities; Adaption laws; Foster and orphanages.

MENTAL HEALTH NURSING

  • a) Introduction: Meaning of mental illness; Terms used in psychiatry; Etiology of mental illness and contributing factors; Legal aspects in the care of the mentally sick
  • b) Community Responsibility: Attitudes towards mentally ill; Misconceptions towards mentally ill; Health and social service for the mental illness
  • c) Diagnosis: Early recognition of deviations from the normal; Classification of mental disorders; Signs and symptoms of common mental illness
  • d) Management : Physical therapy; drug therapy, shock therapy; Psycho therapy; hypnosis, psychoanalysis; behavior therapy, reactional and social therapy, occupational therapy
  • e) Role of the Nurse : Over active patient; Destructive patient; Suicidal patient; Depression; Withdrawal and Mania; Prevention of accidents amongst mentally ill; Observation reporting and recording; Procedure for admission into and discharge from mental hospitals.

COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING

  • a) Concept, Definition of Community Health, differences between institutional and community health nursing, qualities and functions of a community health nurse
  • b) Aspects of Community Health Nursing : Family Health services, maternal and child care and family planning services; School Health Services; Industrial Nursing; Geriatric Nursing; Tuberculosis Nursing; Nurses Role in National Health Programmes
  • c) Demography and Family Welfare : Demography Family Welfare : Its meaning, aims, objectives and importance; Policy; Family Planning methods; National Programme; Nurse’s role in family Welfare programme
  • d) Health Team : Composition at community : Health Centre (CHC), Primary Health Centre (PHC), Sub-Centre (SC)
  • e) Roles of Nursing Personnel at Various levels : Male & Female Health Worker; Health Supervisor; Public Health Nurse; Public Health Nurse Supervisor
  • f) Vital Health Statistics : Concept; Uses; Sources; Important rates and indices; Vital Health records and their utility y; Principles of reporting and recording;
  • g) Health Education and Communication skills : Concept, definition, aims & objectives of health education and scope; Methods of health education and Principles of Health education; Communication; Meaning and methods of Communication, verbal and non-verbal Communication; Art of listening; Barriers of communication Audio visual aids : Definition; Advantages and disadvantages; Preparation and uses of simple aids.

ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY

  • a) Skeletal system Bones : Types, Structure, Functions; Joints : Classification, Structure and Functions
  • b) Muscular System : Types, Structure, Functions; Position and action of Chief Muscles of the body
  • c) Cardio-Vascular System Blood : Composition, Blood Group, Cross Matching Heart : Position, Structure, Conduction System, Functions and Cardiac Cycle; Circulation of Blood; Blood Pressure and Pulse; Lymphatic System
  • d) Respiratory System : Structure and Functions of Respiratory Organs; Physiology of Respiration; Characteristics of normal Respiration and its deviations
  • e) Digestive System : Structure and Functions of Organs; Digestion, absorption and metabolism.
  • f) Excretory System : Structure and functions of Organs; Structure and functions of the Skin; Regulation of body Temperature
  • g) Nervous System: Type, structure and functions of neuron; Central Nervous System : Structure and Functions.
  • h) Endocrine System : Structure and functions of – pituitary, pancreas, thyroid, Parathyroid, Thymus and supra renal glands
  • i) Sense Organs : Structure and functions of eye, ear, nose and tongue; Physiology of Vision, hearing and equilibrium.
  • j) Reproductive System : Structure and functions of reproductive and accessory organs; Reproduction, Menstrual Cycle and Menopause; Reproductive Health; Structure and functions of male reproductive system.

MICROBIOLOGY

  • a) Scope and usefulness of knowledge of microbiology in Nursing
  • b) Classification of Micro-organisms and factors influencing growth
  • c) Sources of Infection
  • d) Portals of Entry and Exit of microbes
  • e) Transmission of infection
  • f) Collection of Specimens & Principles to be kept in mind while collecting specimen
  • g) Immunity : Meaning; Types of Immunity; Immunization Schedule (Currently Used)
  • h) Control and destruction of micro-organisms : Different types of Sterilization; Disinfection; Bio-safety and waste management

NURSING RESEARCH & STATISTICS

  • a) Research and research process:
  • b) Research problem/ question
  • c) Review of literature
  • d) Research approaches and designs
  • e) Population, Sample and Sampling
  • f) Data collection methods and tools:
  • g) Analysis of data.
  • h) Introduction to statistics Definition, use of statistics, scales of measurement. Frequency of distribution and graphical Presentation of data, Measures of central tendency: Mean, median, mode, Measures of Variability : Standard deviation Co-efficient of correlation Normal probability, Tests of significance : ‘t’ test , chi square, Statistical packages and its application – SPSS.

NURSING MANAGEMENT:

  • a) Introduction to management & Administration in nursing: Definition, nature & Philosophy of Management and Administration
  • b) Management Process: Planning, Organization, Human resource management, Directing, Controlling, Budgeting, Material management.
  • c) Management of nursing services in the Hospital and Community.
  • d) Regulatory bodies; Indian Nursing Council (INC), State Nursing Council Acts; – constitution, functions. Current trends and issues in Nursing.
  • e) Professional ethics Code of ethics; Indian Nursing Council, International Council for Nurses (ICN). Code of professional conduct; INC, ICN
  • f) Legal aspects in Nursing: Legal terms related to practice; registration and licensing Laws related to nursing practice; Breach and penalties Malpractice and negligence
  • g) Patient Rights.
  • h) Professional Advancement: Continuing education, Career opportunities, Membership with professional organizations; National and International, Participation in research activities, Publications; Journals newspapers etc.

COMMUNICATION & EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

  • a) Communication Process: Definition, meaning, types and process of communication, barrier of communication, techniques of therapeutic communication.
  • b) Interpersonal relations: Definition, types, Phases of interpersonal relationship
  • c) Human relation in context of nursing
  • d) Guidance & counselling: Definition and purpose. Guidance & counselling, Basic principles of guidance & counseling Types/ areas of guidance approaches, organization of counselling services.
  • e) Methods of teaching, teaching learning process and educational media.
  •  f) Information, Education & communication for health: Health behaviors , Health education, Planning for health education ,Health education with individual, group & communities ,Communicating health messages ,Methods and media for communicating health message ,Use of mass media.

COMPUTERS & NURSING INFORMATICS

  • a) Introduction: Concepts of Computer, Characteristics and generation of Computers, Basic Organization of Computer
  • b) Introduction to disk operating system:
  • c) Uses of computers and applications
  • d) Nursing Informatics: General purposes, Patient Record System, E- Nursing, Telemedicine , Telenursing., Electronic medical records, Management information and evaluation system(MIES)

GENERAL APTITUDE AND GENERAL AWARENESS TEST

  • a) General Intelligence.
  • b) General Awareness.
  • c) Keenness.
  • d) Reasoning.
  • e) Observancy.
  • f) Rationalization.

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AIIMS Raipur Exam Important Dates

  • Starting Date to Apply Online Application Form: 15-06-2017.
  • Last Date for Submission of Online Application: 31-07-2017.

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment 2017 Online Application Form

The candidates are required to apply ONLINE ONLY. All details of this AIIMS Raipur Recruitment given in the Online Application Form. Therefore the candidates are advised to fill all details in the Application Form carefully

  • STEP–1Logon to www.aiimsraipur.edu.in  (AIIMS Raipur Official website)
  • STEP–2:   Click onCareers” || “Recruitment and subsequently enter on relevant post being applied. i.e. Staff Nurse Posts
  • STEP–3:   Read the AIIMS Raipur Advertisement Notification carefully and be ready with the mandatory documents mentioned above and then click on “Register Online & fill up the Online Application Form with all your details

AIIMS Raipur Exam Call Letter Download 2017 (Admit Card)

  • The Registration number along with Date of Birth can also be used for downloading the Admit Card 15 days prior to the date of examination which shall also be notified in the designated website i.e. www.aiimsraipur.edu.in

AIIMS Raipur Exam Call Letter Download 2017 Application Fees

  • Application fee of Rs.1000/- for General Candidates & No Fees For SC/ST is to be paid through online by Debit Card/ Credit Card/ Net Banking /SBI Challan facility.

AIIMS Raipur Recruitment Exam Question Papers

  • Candidates who are going to apply in these AIIMS Raipur Staff Nurse Posts job, they might need sample question paper for better preparation in AIIMS Raipur Recruitment written test exam. Search AIIMS Raipur Question Papers for Competitive exam.
  • Well we have search a lot find previous year question papers but we are unable to get it. Based on our experiences on the Sarkari Naukri Exam we have uploaded some model question papers with answers below.

AIIMS Raipur Exam 2017 Online Practice Test:

  • AIIMS Raipur Staff Nurse Exam Questions Answers. This mock test having question each, with four choices. On each click on answers system will tell you where the answers is correct or incorrect. There many online practice set of Sarkari Naukri Exam Question answers quiz.

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