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Date posted: November 9, 2011

Nurse & Pharmacist Homeopathy Govt of Kerala Question Papers of the year 2005, 2007, 2009 Model, 2009, 2010

NOVEMBER 2005
Paper IIIELEMENTS OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer Part A and B in separate answer-books.

1. Write a short description of the following:

  •  1) Concept of Health and disease in Homoeopathy.
  •  2) Cardinal principles of Homoeopathy.
  •  3) Classification of symptoms.
  •  4) Peculiarities of case taking in Homoeopathy.
  •  5) Difference between Homoeopathy, Antipathy & Allopathy.    50 Marks

 I1.Write short notes on:

  •  1) Drug proving in Homoeopathy.
  •  2) Drug Dynamization.
  •  3) Totality of symptoms.
  •  4) Chronic miasms.
  •  5) Repetition of Dose.
  •  6) Individualization.
  •  7) Homoeopathic aggravation.
  •  8) Complete symptom.
  •  9) Exciting causes.
  •  10) Negative generals.          (10×5= 50)

MAY 2007
Paper 1I1ELEMENTS OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
Time: Two Hours        Maximum: 100 Marks
Answer Part A and B in separate answer-books.

I.  Explain briefly about the law of similars.           (1 0 marks)

II. Writ a short description of the following.

  • a) Importance of  Homoeopathic case taking.
  • b) Evaluation of symptoms.
  • c) Concept of Health & Disease in 1-lomoeopathy
  • d) Theory of Vital Force.
  • c) Cure.                                                                    (5 x 10 = 50)

Ill. Describe between acute and chronic diseases.             (10 marks)

IV. Write briefly about.

  • a) Epidemic diseases.
  • b) Diet and regimen.
  • c) Minimum dose.
  • d) Symptom and sign
  • e) Accessory management.
  • f)  Hyper sensitiveness                     (6 x 5 30)

December 2009
NURSE CUM PHARMACIST COURSE,2009-2010.
 MODEL EXAMINATION. DEC:2009.

PAPER. III .ORGANON OF MEDICINE & HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY

Time: 2 hours       Answer Sections Separately.             Maximum Marks 100

PART-A

1.Explain briefly about single remedy?           (10 Marks)

2.Short notes on ——

  • a)Concept of Health and cure-in Homoeopathy
  • b)Doctrine of Drug proving              c) Classification of symptom
  • d) Diet  and regimen in chronic disease                (4X10=40 marks)

PART B

1. Briefly  explain Totality of symptoms .      (10 Marks)

 2.Srort notes on: —-

  • a)Minimum dose
  • b )Define Drug,Medicine,and Remedy
  • c )Mental health
  • d)Subjective and Objective symptoms      (5×8=40 Marks)
  • e) Cause of disease

 October  2009
PAPER III-ELEMENTS OF HOMOEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
Time : 2 hours    (Maximum marks :100)

I.  How Homoeopathy differs, from other systems of medicine.    10

II. Write briefly. on:

  • 1.  Law of similars
  • 2.  Totality of symptoms
  • 3.  Disease
  • 4   Det in acute diseases
  •  5. Cure     50 marks

 III Explain evaluation of symptoms:   10

IV   Write short notes’ on :

  • 1.   Roots of administration of  medicine   2.Signs.
  • 3.    Observation of patient. -
  • 4. Drug proving
  • 5. Regimen.
  • 6.Minimum dose.                (6 x 5 = 30)

 January  2010
PAPER III-ELEMENTS OF HOMEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY
[Time: 2 hours .    (Maximum marks: 100)
[Note:  Write Part -A and Part-B in separate answer books]

PART-A

I.  Explain the principles of Homoeopathy         10

II.  Write short notes on:

  •  1.Mental health and mental care.
  • 2. Decimal scale of potentisation.
  • 3. Vital force
  • 4. Diet in chronic , diseases,,
  • 5.Health                (5 x l0 = 50)

PART-B

1. Explain Homoeopathic, case taking               10

11.  Write briefly on :

  • 1. General management
  • 2. Dose, 3. Potency  4. Idiosyncrasy 5. Epidemic., 6.   Symptom              (6x 5 = 30)
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