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Question Paper for B.A.M.S DEGREE EXAMINATION, July 2002 KRIYA SAREERA – Paper II University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S DEGREE EXAMINATION, JULY 2002

KRIYA SAREERA – Paper II


Time : Three Hours
Maximum : 100 marks

Part A

1. What are the causes for Srodhorodha? (3 marks)

2. Define Lymph, describe its composition formation and functions (5 marks)

3. List the Lakshanas of Mamsa saara purusha (4 marks)

4. Narrate the causes of Medakshaya. (5 marks)

5. Mention the causes of Asthi vaha srotho dushti. (4 marks)

6. Explain how Hemoglobin is recycled. (4 marks)

7. Define Fibrinolysis and describe its Mechanism (4 marks)

8. Describe functions of Bone marrow. (4 marks)

9. Define Oja. Describe the vikrithi of Oja. (5 marks)

10. Short notes on:

(a)
Erythroblastosis Foetalis
(b) Arthavum
(c) Vyadhikshamathwam
(d) Melanin pigment (4x3 12 marks)

Part B


11.
Describe the mechanism of urine formation (5 marks)

12. Explain how photopigment respond to darkness and light (5 marks)

13. Explain the functional areas (motor and sensory) in the frontal lobe of the cerebrum. (5 marks)

14. Define decussation of pyramids. Why it is important? (5 marks)

15. Describe different types of Nidra. (5 marks)

16. Define Hormone. Explain negative feedback regulation of thyroid hormone secretion. (5 marks)

17. Explain the qualities of Manas.

18. Short notes on :

(a) Spinal nerves
(b) Atma
(c) Oxytocin
(d) Colour blindness
(e) Elcosanoids (5x3 =15 marks)

Question Paper for B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE EXAMINATION July 2002 KRIYA SAREERA – Paper I -University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE EXAMINATION, JULY 2002

KRIYA SAREERA – Paper I

Time :
Three Hours
Maximum : 100 marks

Parts A and B should be answered in separate answerbooks.

Part A

1. Give a brief note on different purushas explained by Charakacharya. Justify the
importance of Shaddhatu purusha in Ayurvedic view. (8 marks)

2. Define Kriyakala. Give a clear picture of doshas and dooshyas in sthanasamsrayavastha (5 marks)

3. Write in detail about swasapraswasa kriya (8 marks)

4. Describe vayu swaroopasthanas and its functions in detail (7 marks)

5. Describe the relation between udana vayu and vyana vayu in the control of cardiac
fuctions with the help of current principles of physiology. (7 marks)

6. Write short notes on:

(a) Pitta bhedas
(b) Conducting system of heart.
(c) Triguna

Part B

7. Explain datwagni paka in detail (10 marks)

8. Describe Sareera Vridhikara bhavas (5 marks)

9. How does Sara and Kitta separate during digestion? Explain (5 marks)

10. What is deglutition? Write the stages and mechanism of deglutition (8 marks)

11. Describe the formation of vata, pitta and kapha during digestion and describe the pitta. (10 marks)

12.Write short notes on:

(a) Grasanika.
(b) Prathiharini sira.
(c) Movement of large intestine.
(d) Bile (12 marks)

Question Paper For B.A.M.S DEGREE EXAMINATION, July 2002 RACHANA SAREERAM – Paper II - University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S DEGREE EXAMINATION, JULY 2002

RACHANA SAREERAM – Paper II

Time :
Three Hours
Maximum : 100 marks

Parts A and B should be answered in separate answerbooks.

Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

Part A

1. What is Asaya? Explain the Garbhāsaya [Uterus] (6 marks)

2. Briefly explain the muscles of Tongue (5 marks)

3. What is mesentery? Explain (5 marks)

4. Describe the following:

­(a) Thyroid gland (Graiveyak granthi).
(b) Structures of the lateral wall of nasal cavity (2x5 = 10 marks)

5. Briefly explain:

(a) Nephron
(b) Cartilages of larynx
(c) Grahani (3x5 = 15 marks)

6. Write short notes on:

(a) Waldeyer's ring
(b) Porta hepatis
(c) Sphincters of urethra (3x3 = 9 marks)

Part B

7. Describe the internal structure of Medulla-Oblongata. (5 marks)

8. Distinguish between Grey matter and White matter. Where is each found? (5 marks)

9. Describe the formation of Brachial plexus (6 marks)

10. Briefly explain the venous sinsus of dura matter (5 marks)

11. Describe the following:

­(a) Gross structure of spinal cord
(b) Lacrimal apparatus (2x5 = 10 marks)

12. Briefly explain the following marmas


­(a) Hridayam
(b) sringataka (2x5 = 10 marks)

13. Write short notes on:

(a) Tympanic membrane
(b) Emissary vein (3x3 = 9 marks)
(c) Cornea.

Question Paper for B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE RACHANA SAREERAM - University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE EXAMINATION, JULY 2002

RACHANA SAREERAM – Paper 1


Time : Three Hours
Maximum : 100 marks

Parts A and B should be answered in separate answerbooks.
Draw diagrams wherever necessary.

Part A

1. Describe the method of “Mrutha samsodhana” as explained by Susrutha. (8 marks)

2. Enumerate the various bhavas derived from panchamahabhutas and atma. (6 marks)

3. Define Dehaprakruthi. Describe the physical and mental attributes of Vatha prakruthi. (10 marks)

4. Describe the microscopic structure of ovary with the help of a diagram. (5 marks)

5. Enumerate the body structures derived from ectoderm and mesoderm. (5 marks)

6. Write briefly on:

(a) Trigunas.
(b) Pumsavanam.
(c) Placenta.
(d) Satva prakruthi. (4x4 = 16 marks)

Part B

7. Describe the classification of synovial joints giving examples (7 marks)

8. Describe the gluteal surface of ilium with muscle attachments. (6 marks)

9. Name paranasal sinuses. Describe briefly the largest paranasal sinus and write its
surgical importance. (8 marks)

10.
Write the origin, insertion, nerve supply and action of the following muscles :­

(a) Trapezius (Prushtacchada)
(b) Rectus femoris (Uru dandika) (2x4 = 8 marks)

11. Describe the microscopic structure of a lymph node with the help of a diagram. (5 marks)

12. Write briefly on :

(a) Fascia lata.
(b) Koorcham
(c) Conducting system of heart
(d) Rectus sheath (4x4 = 16 marks)

Question Paper for B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE, JULY 2002 ASHTANGA SAMGRAHAM - University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL B.A.M.S (AYURVEDACHARYA) DEGREE
EXAMINATION, JULY 2002
ASHTANGA SAMGRAHAM

Time : Three Hours
Maximum : 100 marks

Parts A and B should be answered in separate answerbooks.

1. What is Prajnaparadha? Mention important five of them. (5 marks)

2. What is “sara”? Explain the significance of Sara Pareeksha. (5 marks)

3. Forceful evacuation of urges (vegodeerana) and diseases. Classify the relation in the present era. (5 marks)

4. Point out the approximate months and data in relation to the six seasons being felt in Kerala State. Criticise the above. (5 marks)

5. How can we prevent disease? (5 marks)

6. What is ojas? How can we assess the colour of ojas? (5 marks)

7. “Various types of classification of diseases “(Rogabhedeeyam) is for what? (5
marks)

8. Write short notes on:

(a) Samana chikitsa.
(b) Viruddha.
(c) Ranjaka pittham.
(d)Prabhavam.
(e) Upadhathu. (5x3 = 15 marks)

Part B

1. Explain the relation of Vipaka and Panchamahabhoota. (5 marks)
2. What are the consequences of the excess usage of salt? (5 marks)
3. Write a general list of persons eligible for Brimhana therapy. (5 marks)
4. Explain the after effects of improper sleep. (5 marks)

5. Explain the reason, why Vathaprakruti persons prefer sweat, sour and salty taste.
(5 marks)

6. Why “obase persons” are difficult to be treated? (5 marks)

7. Describe the general management of Pithic disorders. (5 marks)

8. Write short notes on:
(a) Snehayoni.
(b) Rasayana.
(c) Bahya rogamarga.
(d) Qualities of physician.
(e) Yapyaroga. (5x3 = 15 marks)

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Question Paper for M.B.B.S Degree Examination, September 2002 Anatomy University of Calicut

FIRST PROFESSIONAL M.B.B.S DEGREE EXAMINATION, SEPTEMBER 2002

ANATOMY – Paper 1 (New Scheme)

Time: Three Hours
Maximum
50 marks

Answer Sections A and B in separate answerbooks.
Draw labelled diagrams wherever necessary
Question 2 should be answered first in the response sheet for MCQs

Section A

1. Describe the shoulder joint under the following headings:­-

(a) Type
(b) Bones taking part (articular surfaces)
(c) Capsule and ligaments.
(d) Movements and muscles producing them (1+1+3+5 = 10 marks)

2. Multiple Choice Questions ( on attached sheet) (5 marks)

3. Write short notes on:

(a) Extent, relations and branches of arch of aorta
(b) Attachments, nerve supply and actions of Adductor magnus muscle. (2x5 = 10 marks)

Section B

4. Write briefly on:

(a) Klienfelter's syndrome.
(b) Primary cartilaginous joints.
(c) Clavipectoral fascia
(d) Superficial palmar arch
(e) Formation, course and termination of cephalic vein. (5x2 = 10 marks)

5. Write short notes on:

(a) Thoracic part of oesophagus.
(b) What are pleural recesses? Name them and give their importance.
(c) Blood supply of a long bone.
(d) Formation – contents and applied aspects of femoral sheath.
(e) Cutaneous innervation of dorsum of foot. (5x3 = 15 marks)

ANATOMY – Paper II

2. MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Time: 10 Minutes
Maximum: 5 Marks

Note:
­

1. Do not write anything on the question paper.
2. Write your register number on the answer sheet provided. Select the one most appropriate response and encircle the corresponding alphabet against each question number in the answer sheet provided. In the answer sheet enter the total number of your response in the appropriate boxes provided.

Each question carries ½ mark.


1. “Winging of Scapula” is due to the injury of:

(A) Long thoracic nerve
(B) Dorsal scapular nerve
(C) Radial nerve
(D)
Axillary nerve

2. The first carpometacarpal joint is a:


(A) Pivot joint
(B)
Plane joint.
(C) Condyloid joint
(D)
Saddle joint

3. Allantois is a diverticulum of:

(A) Yolksac
(B) Intraembryonic Coelome
(C) Amniotic cavity
(D) Extraembryonic Coelome

4. Diploid number of chromosomes is found in:


(A) Primary spermatocyte
(B)
Secondary spermatocyte
(C) Spermatid
(D) Spermatozoa

5. Dorsiflexion of foot is produced by:

(A) Peroneus longus
(B) Peroneus brevis
(C) Tibialis posterior
(D) Tibialis anterior

6. The following statements regarding the blood supply of heart are true except:


(A) The coronary arteries are branches of ascending aorta
(B) The anterior interventricular branch is seen on the sternocostal surface of heart.
(C) The great cardiac vein accompanies circumflex branch of left coronary artery.
(D) S.A Node is supplied by right coronary artery.

7. The following statements are true about medium sized arteries except:

(A) The subendothelial layer is very thin.
(B) The internal elastic membrane is not distinct and it merges with the elastic fibres of tunica media.
(C) The muscular layer is prominent and consists of circulary arranged smooth muscle fibres
(D) The tunica adventitia is as thick as tunica media.

8. The nerve felt behind the medial epicondyle is:

(A) Radial nerve
(B) Ulnar nerve
(C) Median nerve
(D)
Posterior interoseous nerve

9. The contents of adductor canal include the following except:

(A) Femoral artery
(B) Femoral vein
(C) Saphenous nerve
(D)
Great Saphenous vein

10.The following are true regarding thoracic duct except:

(A) It is the largest lymph vessel in the body.
(B) It enters the thorax through inferior vena caval orifice of the diaphragm.
(C) The vena azygos lies to the right of thoracic duct.
(D) It opens into the junction of subclavian vein and internal jugular vein on the left side.

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The University of Calicut, the second university to be set up in Kerala, came into being in 1968 with the objective of developing human resources in the northern districts of Kerala by extending the reach of higher education and by prom-

oting research in all areas of development with particular emphasis on technology and art and culture of Kerala.

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Arabic, Comparative Literature, English, Economics, Geography, History, Hindi, Malayalam, Music, Politics, Philosophy, Post Afzal-Ul-Ulama, West Asian Studies, Folklore Studies, Russian, Psychology, Women Studies, Geography, Islamic Studies Sociology,. Sanskrit, Tamil ,Urdu.

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M.Phil 1st Semester (Malayalam) Examination Notification - University of Calicut

UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT University of Calicut
Pareeksha Bhavan

It is notified for the information of all concerned that the M.Phil (Malayalam) Ist Semester Examination will be conducted by the University as per the schedule given below:

Date of commencement of Examination : 21.08.2008

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Admission Notice 2008-09 - Birsa Agricultural University

Birsa Agricultural University
Kanke, Ranchi
Jharkhand


Admission Notice 2008-09

Prospectus for Post-Graduate Admission, 2008-09

Applications are invited in prescribed forms from the candidates desirous for admission to Post-Graduate Programme in Agriculture (including M. Tech. in Agril. Engineering), Veterinary Science & A.H. and Biotechnology of Birsa Agricultural University as detailed below for the Session 2008-09.

I. DOCTORAL PROGRAMME

A. AGRICULTURE :

(1) Agril. Economics
(2) Agril. Extn. Education
(3) Agronomy
(4) Horticulture
(5) Mycology & Plant Pathology
(6) Plant Breeding & Genetics
(7) Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry.

B. VETERINARY SCIENCE & ANIMAL HUSBANDRY

(1) Animal Breeding & Genetics
(2)Animal Husbandry Extension Education
(3) Animal Nutrition
(4) Live Stock Production & Management
(5) Vety. Biochemistry
(6) Vety. Gynaecology and Obstetrics
(7) Vety. Medicine,
(8) Vety. Microbiology
(9) Vety. Parasitology
(10) Vety. Pathology
(11) Vety. Pharmacology & Toxicology
(12) Vety. Physiology
(13) Vety. Public Health & Epidemiology
(14) Vety. Surgery & Radiology.

C. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

(a) Minimum overall grade point average (O.G.P.A.) 6.00/10.00 or 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent percentage of marks at Master’s degree level. A candidate can apply for Doctoral Programme only in the major subject of study at Master’s level.

(b) Merit list will be prepared in 10 point scale on the basis of OGPA (Overall Grade Point Average) earned by the candidate at Master’s degree level.

(c) The requirement of percentage of marks may be relaxed to the extent of 5% for such candidates who have published original research papers in standard scientific journals.

(d) Candidates appearing in final year exams can also apply but he/she must submit required certificates at the time of counseling followed by admission.

II. MASTER’S PROGRAMME

A. AGRICULTURE :

(1) Agril. Economics
(2) Agril. Entomology
(3) Agril. Extension Education
(4) Agril. Physics
(5) Agril. Statistics
(6) Agronomy
(7) Crop Physiology
(8) Horticulture
(9) Mycology & Plant Pathology
(10) Plant Breeding & Genetics
(11) Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry
(12) M. Tech. (Agril. Engineering)
(i) Farm Power & Machinery
(ii) Post Harvest Processing and Food Engineering
(iii) Soil and Water Engineering

B. VETERINARY SCIENCE & ANIMAL HUSBANDARY

(1) Animal Breeding & Genetics
(2)Animal Husbandry Extension Education
(3) Animal Nutrition
(4) Live Stock Production & Management
(5) Vety. Biochemistry
(6) Vety. Gynaecology and Obstetrics
(7) Vety. Medicine,
(8) Vety. Microbiology
(9) Vety. Parasitology
(10) Vety. Pathology
(11) Vety. Pharmacology & Toxicology
(12) Vety. Physiology
(13) Vety. Public Health
(14) Vety. Surgery & Radiology.

C. BIOTECHNOLOGY

(i) Biotechnology (Hons.) Stream
(ii) Agriculture
(iii) Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
(iv) Forestry

D. ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

i) Bachelor’s degree in Agriculture (4 years course), Vety. Science & Animal Husbandry (5 years course) for admission to M.Sc. (Ag.), M.V.Sc. Programmes, respectively. However, for M.Tech. in Agril. Engineering with specialization in Farm Power & Machinery, Post Harvest Processing & Food Engineering and Soil & Water Engineering, Bachelor’s degree in Ag. Engg./ Mechanical Engg., Ag. Engg./ Chemical Engg. And Ag. Engg./Civil Eggg., respectively, is required.

ii) Minimum overall grade point average (O.G.P.A) and Subject Grade Point Average( S.G.P.A.) 6.00/10.00 or 60% marks in aggregate or equivalent percentage of marks in aggregate at Bachelor’s Degree level for General and OBC candidates and for SC/ST candidates 5.50/10.00 O.G.P.A. /S.G.P.A or equivalent percentage of marks is required.

iii) The merit list will be prepared on the basis of S.G.P.A. (Subject Grade Point Average) obtained by the candidate in the subject in which he/she desires to seek admission. Subject means both core and elective courses studied by the candidate in that particular subject. The merit list will be prepared in 10 point scale.

iv) For admission in Biotechnology from Agriculture / Veterinary Science / Forestry stream, only O.G.P.A. will be considered. However, for Biotechnology (Hons.) graduates percentage of marks in Biotechnology component only at graduation level will be considered for admission in Master’s Programme in Biotechnology.

v) Candidates appearing in final year exams can also apply but he/she must submit required certificates at the time of counseling which will follow admission.

E. RESIDENTIAL REQUIREMENTS : For Residental Requirements and Other Details Please Visit: www.baujharkhand.org/admission.htm

III. Reservation of seats will be in accordance with the Jharkhand Govt. Policy and will be followed in alphabetical cyclic orders of the P.G. Department in Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences & A.H. and Bio-technology. The details of seats are given at Annexure I.

IV. The S.G.P.A. (subject grade point average) from different grading system will be converted into 10 point scale.

V. The candidates who have graduated in Agril. / Vety. Sci. & A.H./ Forestry from SAUs / CAUs / Deemed Agril. / Vety. University / Institutions recognized by ICAR shall be considered for admission.

VI. The application forms and prospectus can be obtained from 11.08.2008 to 12.09.2008 in person during office hours and up to 07.09.2008 by Registered post from the office of the Registrar, Birsa Agricultural University, Kanke, Ranchi – 834006 on payment through Bank Draft from any Nationalized Bank, payable to Comptroller, Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi – 834006. Cost of application form (1) For General/ O.B.C. candidate Rs. 400.00 (2) For ST/SC candidate Rs. 100.00 (cost of application form paid in any other form will not be accepted.)

VII. Application forms complete in all respect along with the following documents should be submitted on or before 12.09.2008 to the Office of Registrar, Birsa Agricultural University, Ranchi – 834006.

VIII. DOCUMENTS REQUIRED


1. Processing Fee of Rs. 100/- only in the form of Bank Draft, payable to the Comptroller, Birsa Agricultural University, Kanke. Ranchi – 834006.

2. Self Addressed and Stamped (Rs. 25/-) envelope 23 x 10 cms.

3. Attested Xerox copies of

i. Transcript / Marks sheets of all examinations.
ii. Character certificate from Head of the Institution last attended.
iii. Residential Certificate as per clause E.
iv. The candidate claiming admission under reserved category must attach a certificate to this effect from the authorities as specified in the application form.
v. Any other relevant document.

IX. Application received late and / or incomplete in any respect shall be rejected.

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Kanke, Ranchi,
Jharkhand
Phone: 06512450500 (VC),06512450322 (Registrar)
Fax: 06512450850
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Birsa Agricultural University was established on 26th June, 1981 after its formal inauguration by the then Prime Minister of India, Late Smt. Indira Gandhi. Its primary objective is developing area specific technologies and manpower in the field of agriculture, animal husbandry and forestry for the agricultural development of the plateau region of Bihar and economic upliftment of tribal and other backward class population of the region.

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Bangalore University
Bangalore,
Karnataka,
India
Website: www.bub.ernet.in

Bangalore University (BU) is a public university located in Bangalore, Karnataka State, India. The university is one of the oldest in India, dating from 1886, and is renowned as one of the leading major universities in India.

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Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University

BABASAHEB BHIMRAO AMBEDKAR UNIVERSITY
(A Central University)
Vidya Vihar, Rai Bareilly Road
Lucknow-226 025
Phone : 91-522-2440826, 2440827, 2441515, 2441615, 2441888
Fax : 91-522-2440821 CABLE : Babversity
E-mail : info@bbauindia.org
Web : www.bbauindia.org


The Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow is one of the youngest central universities in the country. The jurisdiction of this residential University is over the entire state of Uttar Pradesh. The campus Vidya Vihar is located off Rae Bareli Road, about 10 kms south of the Charbagh Railway Station, Lucknow.

Courses Offered

Computer Science
Master of Computer Application (M.C.A.)

Library and Information Science
Master of Library and Information Science (MLISc.)

Information Technology
M. Sc. (Information Technology)

Applied Plant Science
M. Sc. (Horticulture)

Applied Animal Science
M. Sc. Sericulture
M. Sc. Applied Animal Science

Bio Technology
M. Sc. (Biotechnology)

Economics
M.A. (Economics)

History
M.A. (History)

Human Rights
LL.M. (Human Rights)

Environmental Science
M. Sc. (Environmental Science)
M. Sc. (Environmental Microbiology)

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