Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus 2022 Community Health Officer Exam Pattern

By | July 12, 2022


Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus 2022 Punjab NHM has released the Community Health Officer Detailed Syllabus pdf Candidates Can Check National Health Mission Punjab CHO Exam Pattern & Selection Process of Punjab BFUHS Community Health Officer Posts

Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus 2022

Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus

About Punjab NHM CHO Recruitment:

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot has recently Announced About the Recruitment of Community Health Officer under National Health Mission Punjab on 350 Posts. Many Candidates filled their Online Application form for these Posts. The Process Of Submitting Online Application form is Conducting from 12.07.2022 to 25.07.2022. Candidates Can Check the Notification Details From the Link Provided on the Below Table.

About Punjab NHM Community Health Officer Exam:

Many Interested & Eligible Candidates Filled their Application form and Now they are waiting for their Exam. Soon the Exam will be Conducted on the Date 07.08.2022. More Details About the Exam is Provided Below…..

Selection Process of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:

Written test shall be conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot and Merit List shall be prepared only on the basis of marks obtained in the written test.

Exam Pattern of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:

The Exam Pattern Will be as Follows:

  • The Written Examination will be either on OMR Sheet based or online computer based (CBT).
  • Written test of 100 Marks shall be held and a common merit list shall be prepared of the following candidates based upon marks obtained in the written test:-
  1. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing candidates with integrated Bridge Programme of Certificate in Community Health course in curriculum from a recognized Institute/ University.
  2. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing or Ayurevedic Practitioner (BAMS) candidates having Bridge Programme of Certificate in Community Health from a recognized Institute/ University.
  3. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing or Ayurevedic Practitioner (BAMS) candidates.

Minimum Passing Marks of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:-

  1. The minimum passing marks shall be 35% for all categories (reserved and un-reserved categories) in written test i.e. 35 Marks out of 100.
  2. 1.5 times the number of candidates of actual vacancies in each category shall be called for the Counseling.

Exam Syllabus of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer Posts:

The Syllabus is as follows:

Bridge Programme for Certificate in Community Health (BPCCH)

Foundations of Community Health

  1. Introduction to Public Health and Epidemiology
    1. Concepts Of Community Health.
    2. Health Care Planning and Organization of Health Care at Various Levels Environmental Health and Sanitation.
    3. Introduction to Epidemiology-Epidemiological Approaches and Processes.
    4. Demography, Surveillance and Interpretation Of Data.
    5. Bio-Medical Waste Management and Infection Control.
  2. Nutrition
    1. Introduction to Nutrition and Nutritional Assessment.
    2. Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation Nutrition For Infant, Child, Adolescent And Elderly.
    3. Nutritional Deficiency Disorders.
    4. Food Borne Diseases And Food Safety.
  3. Communicable Diseases and Management Under National Health Programme
    1. Epidemiology of Specific Communicable Diseases
    2. Communicable Diseases 1 –Vector Borne Diseases
    3. Communicable Diseases 2 –Infectious Diseases
    4. Communicable Diseases 3 –Zoonotic Diseases
  4. Non-Communicable Diseases and Management Under National Health Programme
    1. Epidemiology of Specific Non-Communicable Diseases
    2. Non-Communicable Diseases-1
    3. Non-Communicable Diseases-2
    4. Occupational Diseases and their Prevention
    5. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders
    6. Elderly Care
  5. Communication, Management and Supervision
    1. Behaviour Change Communication Skills and other Soft Skills
    2. Work Management and Administration
    3. Leadership, Supervision and Monitoring
    4. Health Management Information System
    5. Financial Management, Accounts and Computing at Sub-Centre
    6. Records and Reports

Primary Health Care in Common Conditions

  1. Management of Common Conditions and Emergencies Including First Aid
    1. Common Conditions-1-Gastro Intestinal System
    2. Common Conditions-2-Respiratory System
    3. Common Conditions-3-Heart, Urinary System and Blood Disorders
    4. Common Conditions-4-Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
    5. First Aid in Common Emergency Conditions6 Disaster Management
  2. Maternal Health
    1. Introduction to Rmnch+A Programme
    2. Antenatal Care
    3. Intranatal Care
    4. Early Identification, Management and Referral of Complications
    5. Postpartum Care
  3. Reproductive Health and Adolescent Health
    1. Gynaecological Conditions
    2. Family Planning Methods, Spacing Techniques and Counselling
    3. Medical Abortion and MTP Act
    4. Counselling in Reproductive and Sexual Health Including Problems of Adolescents
    5. Management of Teenage Pregnancies
  4. Newborn and Child Health Care
    1. Essential Care of New Born at Birth
    2. Management of Common Neonatal and Child Health Problems
    3. Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness
    4. Introduction to Rashtriya bal Swasthyia Karyakaram
    5. Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP)
  5. Overview of Common Surgical Conditions
    1. Common Surgical Conditions-1
    2. Common Surgical Conditions-2
    3. Congenital Malformations
    4. Screening for Common Cancers
  6. Essential Drugs
    1. Essential Drugs-1
    2. Essential Drugs-2
    3. Essential Drugs-3

Final Words:

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Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus 2022 Punjab NHM has released the Community Health Officer Detailed Syllabus pdf Candidates Can Check National Health Mission Punjab CHO Exam Pattern & Selection Process of Punjab BFUHS Community Health Officer Posts

Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus 2022

Punjab NHM CHO Syllabus

About Punjab NHM CHO Recruitment:

Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot has recently Announced About the Recruitment of Community Health Officer under National Health Mission Punjab on 350 Posts. Many Candidates filled their Online Application form for these Posts. The Process Of Submitting Online Application form is Conducting from 12.07.2022 to 25.07.2022. Candidates Can Check the Notification Details From the Link Provided on the Below Table.

About Punjab NHM Community Health Officer Exam:

Many Interested & Eligible Candidates Filled their Application form and Now they are waiting for their Exam. Soon the Exam will be Conducted on the Date 07.08.2022. More Details About the Exam is Provided Below…..

Selection Process of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:

Written test shall be conducted by Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot and Merit List shall be prepared only on the basis of marks obtained in the written test.

Exam Pattern of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:

The Exam Pattern Will be as Follows:

  • The Written Examination will be either on OMR Sheet based or online computer based (CBT).
  • Written test of 100 Marks shall be held and a common merit list shall be prepared of the following candidates based upon marks obtained in the written test:-
  1. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing candidates with integrated Bridge Programme of Certificate in Community Health course in curriculum from a recognized Institute/ University.
  2. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing or Ayurevedic Practitioner (BAMS) candidates having Bridge Programme of Certificate in Community Health from a recognized Institute/ University.
  3. B.Sc Nursing/ Post Basic B.Sc Nursing or Ayurevedic Practitioner (BAMS) candidates.

Minimum Passing Marks of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer:-

  1. The minimum passing marks shall be 35% for all categories (reserved and un-reserved categories) in written test i.e. 35 Marks out of 100.
  2. 1.5 times the number of candidates of actual vacancies in each category shall be called for the Counseling.

Exam Syllabus of Punjab NHM Community Health Officer Posts:

The Syllabus is as follows:

Bridge Programme for Certificate in Community Health (BPCCH)

Foundations of Community Health

  1. Introduction to Public Health and Epidemiology
    1. Concepts Of Community Health.
    2. Health Care Planning and Organization of Health Care at Various Levels Environmental Health and Sanitation.
    3. Introduction to Epidemiology-Epidemiological Approaches and Processes.
    4. Demography, Surveillance and Interpretation Of Data.
    5. Bio-Medical Waste Management and Infection Control.
  2. Nutrition
    1. Introduction to Nutrition and Nutritional Assessment.
    2. Nutrition During Pregnancy and Lactation Nutrition For Infant, Child, Adolescent And Elderly.
    3. Nutritional Deficiency Disorders.
    4. Food Borne Diseases And Food Safety.
  3. Communicable Diseases and Management Under National Health Programme
    1. Epidemiology of Specific Communicable Diseases
    2. Communicable Diseases 1 –Vector Borne Diseases
    3. Communicable Diseases 2 –Infectious Diseases
    4. Communicable Diseases 3 –Zoonotic Diseases
  4. Non-Communicable Diseases and Management Under National Health Programme
    1. Epidemiology of Specific Non-Communicable Diseases
    2. Non-Communicable Diseases-1
    3. Non-Communicable Diseases-2
    4. Occupational Diseases and their Prevention
    5. Mental Health and Substance Abuse Disorders
    6. Elderly Care
  5. Communication, Management and Supervision
    1. Behaviour Change Communication Skills and other Soft Skills
    2. Work Management and Administration
    3. Leadership, Supervision and Monitoring
    4. Health Management Information System
    5. Financial Management, Accounts and Computing at Sub-Centre
    6. Records and Reports

Primary Health Care in Common Conditions

  1. Management of Common Conditions and Emergencies Including First Aid
    1. Common Conditions-1-Gastro Intestinal System
    2. Common Conditions-2-Respiratory System
    3. Common Conditions-3-Heart, Urinary System and Blood Disorders
    4. Common Conditions-4-Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
    5. First Aid in Common Emergency Conditions6 Disaster Management
  2. Maternal Health
    1. Introduction to Rmnch+A Programme
    2. Antenatal Care
    3. Intranatal Care
    4. Early Identification, Management and Referral of Complications
    5. Postpartum Care
  3. Reproductive Health and Adolescent Health
    1. Gynaecological Conditions
    2. Family Planning Methods, Spacing Techniques and Counselling
    3. Medical Abortion and MTP Act
    4. Counselling in Reproductive and Sexual Health Including Problems of Adolescents
    5. Management of Teenage Pregnancies
  4. Newborn and Child Health Care
    1. Essential Care of New Born at Birth
    2. Management of Common Neonatal and Child Health Problems
    3. Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illness
    4. Introduction to Rashtriya bal Swasthyia Karyakaram
    5. Universal Immunisation Programme (UIP)
  5. Overview of Common Surgical Conditions
    1. Common Surgical Conditions-1
    2. Common Surgical Conditions-2
    3. Congenital Malformations
    4. Screening for Common Cancers
  6. Essential Drugs
    1. Essential Drugs-1
    2. Essential Drugs-2
    3. Essential Drugs-3

Final Words:

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Candidates can leave their comments about this post. If there is any query regarding Admit Card, you can share with us. We will try to solve your query.

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