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Exam Pattern

Name of the postAnnexure Annexed as
Junior StenographerAnnexure “A”
Steno TypistAnnexure “A”
Jr. Scale StenographerAnnexure “A”
ClerkAnnexure “B”
Junior AssistantAnnexure “B”
CarpenterAnnexure “B”
TailorAnnexure “B”
Liftman/Lift operatorAnnexure “B”
Junior PlumberAnnexure “B”
Junior ElectricianAnnexure “B”
Gas Pipe Line operatorAnnexure “B”
CarpenterAnnexure “B”
Xerox AssistantAnnexure “B”
TailorAnnexure “B”
Lift manAnnexure “B”
Welder/FitterAnnexure “B”
Tin SmithAnnexure “B”
MistryAnnexure “B”
Junior Mechanic TechnicianAnnexure “B”
Helper to Central Heating OperatorAnnexure “B”
Junior MechanicAnnexure “B”
FitterAnnexure “B”
ProjectionistAnnexure “B”
ProjectionistAnnexure “B”
Telephone operatorAnnexure “B”
ElectricianAnnexure “B”
DriverAnnexure “G”
Junior Staff Nurse/Junior Grade NurseAnnexure “H”
Tutor/Clinical Instructor / Public Health TutorAnnexure “H”
Junior Grade NurseAnnexure “H”
Jr. NurseAnnexure “H”
Junior Staff NurseAnnexure “H”
Junior Store KeeperAnnexure “I”
Extension EducatorAnnexure “I”
Health EducatorAnnexure “I”
Junior Supervisor /Sub AuditorAnnexure “I”
PatwariAnnexure “J”

JKSSB Junior Staff Nurse Exam Pattern for the Written Exam is as Follows

Annexure “A”

  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • The maximum Marks for this Exam will be 60 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 60 Minutes.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks.
Subjects/ TopicMarks Assigned
General Awareness With Special Reference To J&K UT20
General English & Comprehension20
General Intelligence & Reasoning10
Computer Applications10

Annexure “B”

  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • The maximum Marks for this Exam will be 80 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 80 Minutes.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks.
Subjects/ TopicMarks Assigned
General English20
General Awareness With Special Reference To J&K UT20
Numerical and Reasoning Ability20
Basic Concepts of Computer20

Annexure “G”

  • The exam Will be Objective Type.
  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • Maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks & for the Posts of Driver and Supervisory, it will be of 100 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 2 hours.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks.

ANNEXURE “H”

  • The exam Will be Objective Type.
  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • The maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 2 hours.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks.
Subjects/ TopicMarks Assigned
Anatomy and Physiology10
Community Health Nursing – I10
Fundamentals of Nursing25
Nutrition05
Medical Surgical Nursing – I10
Paediatric Nursing10
Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing10
Medical Surgical Nursing – 210
Community Health Nursing – 210
Midwifery20

Annexure “I”

  • The exam Will be Objective Type.
  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • The maximum Marks for this Exam will be 120 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 2 hours.
  • There Will be a Negative Marking of 0.25 Marks.
Subjects/ TopicMarks Assigned
General English20
General Knowledge & Current Affairs20
General Knowledge With Special Reference To J&K UT20
General Science20
Mental Ability Test20
Computer Application20

ANNEXURE “J”

  • The exam Will be Objective Type.
  • Questions will be in the form of Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ).
  • The maximum Marks for this Exam will be 150 Marks.
  • The time allocated for this Exam will be of 02:30 hours.
  • Part “I” will comprise Multiple Choice Objective Type Questions.
  • Part “II” (Urdu portion) will be of descriptive nature.
  • Both the parts viz Part “I” and part “II” will be compulsory
  • The candidates competing for Open Merit posts will be required to score at least 40% marks and candidates belonging to other categories (except OM) are required to score at least 35% marks with at least 33% in each part.
  • There will be negative marking (0.25 per question per the wrong answer) in Part ‘I”.

PART I (100 marks)

Subjects/ TopicMarks Assigned
General Knowledge & Current Affairs20
General Knowledge With Special Reference To J&K UT20
General English20
Knowledge of Computers20
Mental Ability & Reasoning20

PART II (50 marks)

  • Reading Section -20 Marks
  • Writing Section – 30 Marks

Exam Syllabus :

Exam Syllabus for Examination is given below:-

Annexure “A”

  1. GENERAL AWARENESS with special reference to J&K UT.
    1. Current Events of National and International importance
    2. Political & Physical divisions of India
    3. Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
    4. Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
    5. Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
    6. Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
    7. J&K UT
      1. History
      2. Economy
      3. Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
      4. Heritage & Culture
      5. Important Tourist Destinations
  2. GENERAL ENGLISH & COMPREHENSION
    • Tenses
    • Narration
    • Modals
    • Articles
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Fill in the blanks with Phrases, Pronouns, homonyms/ homophones etc
    • Clauses
    • Synonyms and antonyms
    • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
    • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
    • Idioms and phrases.
    • Uses of Prepositions.
    • Active & Passive Voice
    • Error Spotting
    • Sentence Correction
    • Spellings Correction
  3. GENERAL INTELLIGENCE & REASONING
    1. Number series, Letter series, Semantic Series, Speed, Distance and Time, Statements and conclusions, Logical Reasoning, Mental Reasoning, Word Building, Numerical Operations, Semantic Analogy, Symbolic/ Number Analogy,   Figural   Analogy,  Semantic   Classification,  Symbolic/   Number Classification, Figural Classification, Problem Solving.
    2. Symbolic Operations, Trends, Space Orientation, Space Visualization, Venn Diagrams, Drawing inferences, Punched hole/ pattern- folding & un-folding, Figural Pattern- folding and completion, Indexing, Address matching, Date & city matching, Classification of centre codes/roll numbers, Small & Capital letters.
  4. COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
    1. Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
    2. Fundamentals of computer sciences.
    3. Hardware & Software, Concept of Open-Source Technologies.
    4. Input & output Devices.
    5. Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS PowerPoint, PDF Internet and E-mail.
    6. Concept of Computer Virus and Latest Anti-Virus.
    7. Terms and Abbreviation used in IT.
    8. Role of Information Technology in Governance

Annexure “B”

Unit I General English -20 Marks

  • Comprehension
  • Editing / Proof Reading.
  • Rearranging jumbled sentences
  • Narration
  • Modals
  • Articles
  • Paragraph writing with blanks to be filled in with the following
    • Phrases
    • Pronouns
    • Homonyms/Homophones etc.
  • Clauses
  • Punctuation
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions
  • Active & Passive Voice

Unit II General Awareness with special reference to JK UT 20 Marks

  • Current Events of National and International importance
  • Political & Physical divisions of India
  • Indian Culture, Heritage and Freedom Struggle/Movement.
  • Demography- Census, its feature and functions.
  • Important Rivers & Lakes in India.
  • Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport of India.
  • J&K UT
    • History
    • Economy
    • Geography- (Weather, Climate, Crops, Rivers, Lakes, Flora, Fauna etc.)
    • Heritage & Culture
    • Important Tourist Destinations

Unit III Numerical and Reasoning Ability 20 Marks

  • Basic Arithmetic:
    • Number System
    • Percentage
    • Average
    • Profit & Loss
    • Ratio & Proportion
    • Time & Work
  • Reasoning:
    • Number series
    • Letter series
    • Coding decoding
    • Direction sense
    • Blood relations
    • Mathematical reasoning
    • Speed, Distance and Time
    • Statements and conclusions.

Unit IV  Basic Concepts of Computers 20 Marks

  • Fundamentals of computer sciences
  • Hardware & Software
  • Input and output devices
  • Operating system
  • M.S Word, M.S Excel, M.S Acess and Powerpoint Presentation
  • E_mail & Internet

ANNEXURE “H”

Anatomy and Physiology :

  • UNIT-1 Introduction to anatomical terms
    • UNIT-II Organization of body cells tissues .organs. systems membranes and glands
    • UNIT-III Skeletal system
    • UNIT –IV Muscular system
    • UNIT-V Cardio-vascular system
    • UNIT-VI Respiratory system
    • UNIT-VII Digestive system
    • UNIT-VIII Excretory system
    • UNIT-IX Nervous system
    • UNIT-X Endocrine system
    • UNIT-XI Sense organs
    • UNIT –XII Reproductive system

Community Health Nursing – I

  • Unit- I Introduction to Community Health and Community Health Nursing
    • Unit-II community health nursing process
    • Unit- III Health Assessment
    • Unit- IV Principles of Epidemiology and Epidemiological methods
    • Unit- V Family Health Nursing care
    • Unit-VI Family health care settings
    • Unit- VII Referral systems
    • Unit – VIII Records and Reports
    • Unit-IX Minor Ailments

Fundamentals of Nursing

  • Unit-I Introduction to Nursing
  • Unit – II Nursing care of the patient / Client
    • Bed and Bed Making
    • Maintenance of therapeutic environment Temperature, Light, noise and humidity. Psycho-Social Environment
    • Nursing Process and Nursing Care Plan
    • Discharging a patient
  • Unit – III Basic Nursing Care and Needs of the patient
    • Nutritional needs.
    • Elimination needs
    • Safety needs
    • Activity and Exercises
    • Physical Comforts
    • Moving, shifting and Lifting of patient
  • Unit – IV Assessment of patient / Client
    • Physical Assessment
    • Physiological Assessment
  • Unit – V Therapeutic Nursing Care and Procedures Asepsis
    • Care and Sterilization of:
    • Care of Respiratory System
    • Care of Gastro Intestinal Treact
    • Care of Genito Urinary System
    • Care of Skin and Mucous Membranes
    • Unit – IV Basic Needs and Care in Special conditions
      • Dying patient
      • Unit – VII Introduction to Pharmacology

Nutrition:

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Classification of food

Medical Surgical Nursing – I

  • Unit – Ι Introduction
  • Unit – ΙΙ Nursing Assessment
  • Unit – ΙΙΙ Patho Physiological Mechanism of Disease
  • Unit – ΙV Altered Immune Response
  • Unit – V Clinical Pharmacology
  • Unit – VΙ Nurse’s role in Management of Fluids, Electrolyte and Acid-Based Balance
  • Unit – VΙΙ Management of patients in pain
  • Unit – VΙΙΙ Operation Theater Technique Physical Environment
    • Theatre Technique
    • Preparation of Theatre Equipment & Supplies
  • Unit – ΙX Management of patients undergoing surgery
    • Intraoperative Management
    • Post-operative management – Immediate and Routine
  • Unit – X Nursing management of patients with impaired respiratory function and gaseous exchange
  • Unit – XΙ Nursing Management of Patients with Digestive and Gastro-Intestinal Disorders
  • Unit – XΙΙ Nursing Management of Patients with Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders
  • Unit – XΙΙΙ Nursing Management of patients with renal and urinary disorders
  • Unit – XΙV Nursing Management of patients with Neurological disorders
  • Unit – XV Nursing Management of patients with disorders of connective tissue collagen disorders.
  • Unit – XVΙ Nursing Management of the Elderly
  • Unit – XVΙΙ Emergency Management

Paediatric Nursing

  • Unit – Ι Introduction
  • Unit – II The Newborn
  • Unit – III The Healthy Child
    • The Infant
    • Health Promotion during infancy
    • The Toddler
    • The Pre-Schooler
    • The School ager
    • The Adolescent
  • Unit – IV The Sick Child
    • Nursing interventions adaptations in nursing care of the sick child
  • Unit – V Behavioral Disorders and Common Health Problems during Childhood, their prevention, Medical and Nursing Management.
    • Infancy
    • Early Childhood
    • Middle Childhood
    • Later Childhood
  • Unit – VI Children with congenital Defects / Mal formations
  • Unit – VII Children with various disorders and diseases
  • Unit – VIII Welfare of Children

Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing:

  • Unit – Ι Introduction
  • Unit – II History of Psychiatry
  • Unit – III Mental Health Assessment
  • Unit – IV Community Mental Health
  • Unit – V Psychiatric Nursing Management
  • Unit – VI Mental disorders and Nursing Interventions.
    • Functional Mental Disorders
    • Definition, aetiology, signs, symptoms, medical and nursing management of:
  • Unit – VII Bio-Psychosocial Therapies
    • Psychopharmacology
    • Somatic therapy
  • Unit – VIII Forensic Psychiatry / Legal Aspects.
  • Unit – IX Psychiatric Emergencies and Crisis Intervention

Medical Surgical Nursing – 2

  • Unit -1 oncology nursing
    • Nursing management of patients receiving:
  • Unit-2 Nursing Management of patients with diseases of male genitor- urinary tract.
  • Unit-3 Nursing management of patients with disorders of the breast.
  • Unit -4 Nursing management of patients with diseases and disorders of the integumentary system.
  • Unit -5 Nursing management of patients with ophthalmic disorders and diseases
    • Hospital cornea retrieval:
  • Unit -6 Nursing management of patients with disorders and diseases of ear, nose, and throat.
  • Unit -7 Nursing management of patients with cardiovascular,circulatory and haemotological disorders.
  • Unit -8 Nursing management of patients with communicable diseases
    • Diseases caused by:
  • Unit – 9 Nursing Management of patients with sexually transmitted diseases
  • Unit – 10 Nursing Management of patients with Musculo-skeletal Disorders and diseases.
  • Unit – 11 Emergency and disaster Nursing.

Community Health Nursing – 2

  • Unit – I Health system in India (Organizational set-up)
  • Unit – II Health care services in India
  • Unit – III Health Planning in India
  • Unit – IV Specialized community Health Services and nurse’s role
  • Unit – V Nurse’s Role in National Health Programmes
  • Unit – VI Demography and family welfare demography
    • Family Welfare
  • Unit – VII Health Team
    • Role of nursing personnel at various levels
  • Unit – VIII Vital Health Statistics

Midwifery

  • Unit – I Introduction
  • Unit – II Reproductive system
  • Unit – III Embryology and foetal development
  • Unit – IV Nursing Management of Pregnant Women
    • Investigations.
  • Unit – V Nursing Management of women in Labour
    • A. First Stage of Labour
    • B. Second Stage of Labour
    • C. Third Stage of Labour
    • D. Conduct of Home Delivery
  • Unit – VI Nursing Management of Baby at birth
  • Unit – VII Nursing management of Mother during puerperium
  • Unit – VIII Complications of pregnancy and its management
  • Unit – IX High-Risk pregnancy and its management
    1. Ostemalacia, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, AIDS.
  • Unit – X High-Risk Labour and its management
  • Unit – XI Complications of Puerperium and its management
  • Unit – XII Obstetric operations
  • Unit – XIII Drugs used in obstetrics
  • Unit – XIV Ethical and legal aspects related to Midwifery and Gynecological Nursing.
    • Clinical Experience

Annexure “I”

General English

  1. Tenses
  2. Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  3. Narration
  4. Models
  5. Articles
  6. Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
    1. Phrases
    2. Pronouns
    3. Homonyms / homophones.
  7. Clauses
  8. Synonyms and antonyms
  9. Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  10. Idioms and phrases.
  11. Uses of Prepositions.
  12. Active & Passive Voice

General Knowledge & Current Affairs

  1. Indian History with special reference to the Freedom Struggle
  2. First in the world (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  3. First in India (Adventure, Sports, Discoveries)
  4. Popular Personalities (Politics, Scientific discoveries, Geographical, Sports, History)
  5. The Newspaper world – (Current Dailies & Weeklies of India)
  6. Languages & Culture
  7. International Organisations- UNO, WHO, WTO, IMF, UNESCO, UNCTAD etc.
  8. Important Regional Organizations and Blocs- BRICS, OPEC, ASEAN, SAARC, BIMSTEC, G-20, G-7 etc.
  9. Sustainable Development Goals
  10. Communicate Diseases- cure and prevention
  11. NCDC- COVID-19 – SOPs, Advisories, Guidelines etc
  12. World famous Awards
  13. The world of Sports
  14. Climate & Crops in India
  15. Political & Physical divisions of the world & India
  16. Important Rivers & Lakes in India
  17. Current Events of National and International importance
  18. Agriculture in economic development; Industrialization and economic development.
  19. Foreign Trade & Balance of payments
  20. New economic reforms
  21. Inflation, Monitory Policy, Fiscal Policy, Capital Markets, Role of RBI, Taxation in India- Direct & Indirect Tax – CBDT, GST etc.
  22. India’s Automic Research Programme,
  23. Thermal / Nuclear/ Hydro Power Plants in India.

General Knowledge With Special Reference To J&K UT

  1. Popular names of personalities and their achievements/Contributions (National and International).
  2. Weather, Climate, Crops, Means of Transport.
  3. J&K History, Economy and Culture
  4. Flora and Fauna of J&K
  5. Rivers and Lakes.
  6. Important Tourist Destinations.
  7. J&K Panchayati Raj Act, 1989 (as ameneded upto December 2020), 73rd & 74th Constitutional amendments.
  8. J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

General Science

  1. Various sources of energy; conventional sources of energy; improvement in technology for using the conventional sources of energy (Biomass and wind energy)
  2. Non-conventional sources of energy (Solar energy, Tidal energy).
  3. Mechanics, Rest, motion, Velocites, acceleration, Newton Laws of motion,
  4. Voltage, Current, Resistance, Power, D.C Batteries
  5. Waves, light as a wave, Sound waves, Transverse and longitudinal waves.
  6. Structure of Atom
  7. Solids, Liquids and Gases(Basics)
  8. Life processes: Nutrition and its types, Respiration, Transportation of water, food and minerals in plants.
  9. Vitamins- Dieases related to vitamin deficiency.
  10. Environmental pollution.
  11. Ecosystem – Its components, Food chains and Food webs.
  12. Ozone layer, its depletion, Green House Effect.
  13. Importance of water in life

Mental Ability Test

  1. Number series.
  2. Letter series.
  3. Coding decoding.
  4. Direction sense.
  5. Blood relations.
  6. Mathematical reasoning.
  7. Speed, Distance and Time.
  8. Statements and conclusions.
  9. Logical Reasoning.
  10. Mental Reasoning.

Computer Application

  1. Fundamentals of computer sciences
  2. Hardware & Software
  3. Input and output devices
  4. Operating system
  5. M.S Word, M.S Excel, M.S Access and Powerpoint Presentation
  6. E_mail & Internet

ANNEXURE “J”

PART I

General Knowledge & Current Affairs-

  1. Current Events of National and International importance
  2. Science & Technology.
  3. Environment, Ecology & Bio-diversity
  4. Indian National Movement.
  5. Political & Physical divisions of the world & India
  6. Indian Economy.
  7. Indian Culture & Heritage.
  8. Climate & Crops in India
  9. Transport & Communication.
  10. Demography
  11. Important Rivers & Lakes in India.

General Knowledge With Special Reference To J&K UT

  1. History, Economy, and Culture of J&K UT.
  2. Geography -Weather, Climate, Crops, Soils
  3. Means of Transport.
  4. Flora and Fauna of J&K
  5. Rivers and Lakes.
  6. Important Tourist Destinations
  7. J&K Reorganisation Act, 2019

General English

  • Tenses
  • Rearranging of jumbled sentences.
  • Narration
  • Models
  • Articles
  • Comprehension with blanks to be filled in with
    1. Phrases
    2. Pronouns
    3. Homonyms / homophones.
  • Clauses
  • Synonyms and antonyms
  • Pairs of words and their use in meaningful sentences.
  • Idioms and phrases.
  • Uses of Prepositions.
  • Active & Passive Voice

Knowledge of Computers

  • Introduction and Objectives.
  • Basic Applications of Computer and its component.
  • Fundamentals of computer sciences.
  • Hardware & Software, Concept of Open Source Technologies.
  • Input & output Devices.
  • Knowledge of MS Word, MS Excel, MS Access, MS Powerpoint, PDF
  • Internet and E-mail.
  • Concept of Computer Virus and Anti-Virus.

Mental Ability & Reasoning

  1. Number series.
  2. Letter series.
  3. Coding decoding.
  4. Direction sense.
  5. Blood relations.
  6. Statements and conclusions.
  7. Logical Reasoning.
  8. Mental Reasoning.

PART II

Guidelines for checking working knowledge of Urdu

The exam intends to check the “working knowledge of Urdu” of the candidates. The same will be tested through a Reading and a Writing test (total comprising of 50 marks in a duration of 60 Minutes), to be conducted on the same day. The candidates belonging to ‘OM’ Category will be required to score at least 40% marks(overall) in the said exam with at least 33% marks in both Reading and Writing sections to be considered as having ‘working knowledge of Urdu’ for the purpose of this exam/qualified. The candidates belonging to other categories (except OM) are required to score at least 35% marks (overall) with at least 33% in each Section.

Reading Section –

Candidates would be required to answer questions each carrying one mark each out of given passages.

Writing Section

Letter writing of a minimum of 100 words on a particular situation.10 marks
One English passage is to be translated into Urdu or Vice Versa.10 marks
One Essay of about 100 words on any topic of social relevance10 marks

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