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5. Illustrate the following using diagrams/ flow charts: (6)

a) Malnutrition and infection interrelationship

b) Visual cycle



c) Steps in preparation of a monthly food budget



6. What are the clinical features of Xerophthalmia? What advice will you give to mother of



a preschool child in a village to prevent xerophthalmia? (5)



7. Describe the dietary management of Diarrhoea. Give the method of preparing ORS at home. (5)



8. List down different nutritional status assessment methods. Briefly explain the



use of any one of them. (10)





































1. (a) Briefly discuss the different sources for collecting data on vital statistics. 6)



(b) Briefly discuss the measures beyond family planning that can regulate the



population growth. (4)



2. Define the following and give their significance in assessing the health status of a community. (10)



i. Infant mortalityrate



ii. Maternal mortality rate



iii. Neonatal mortality rate



iv. Total fertilityrate



v. Life expectancy at a given age



3. Discuss the hydrological cycle with the help of its diagrammatic representation. (5)



4. What are the essential components of primary health care? Present a brief critical



analysis on the delivery of the component, giving suitable examples. (10)

5. Explain thefollowing: (10)

i. Tube feeding

ii. MCT therapy

iii. Mantoux test

iv. Trachoma

v. Oral hypoglycemic drugs

6. Differentiate between normal and therapeutic diets? Explain using a flow chart. (5)

7. List down the common parasitic infestations in human beings. Briefly discuss any two. (10)





































1. What kind of diet would you prescribe to Kamla who is suffering from peptic ulcer?



Also prepare a list of foods which are permitted and foods which have to be avoided. (10)



2. Look upActivity 2 in Practical Manual -2. Read the activity carefully and then do the



required steps. Follow the guidelines provided to record your observations effectively. (10)



3. Conduct a survey in your locality and identify three hypertensive patients. Collect the



information on (a) their dietary habits and lifestyle. Analyze the data and present in a

tabular form (b) give the major dietary goals for management of above mentioned disease. (10)

4.Fill in the blanks: (10)

i. …………………….. is the most sensitive indicator of health status of the children of a

particular community.

ii. Tubectomy is one of the ………………………….. method of family planning.

iii. Malaria, amoebic dysentery and kala azar are diseases known to be caused by…………

iv. There is a ……………% increase in the BMR with every degree celcius rise in body

temperature.

v. In case of diverticulosis a……………………………. diet is prescribed.

vi. The time period required for the development of symptoms of a disease after infection is

known as……………………………. .

vii. ……………………. test is performed to determine whether a person is susceptible to

diphtheria.

viii. Whooping cough has an incubation period of………………………… .

ix. Leprosy is caused by leprosy bacillus………………………………… .



x. ………………………. or excessive thirst is a commonly seen symptoms in patients with diabetes.

































1. Write short notes on the following : (5+5)



i. Planning and preparation of non-machine aids.



ii. Techniques tocollect information on knowledge, attitude and practices (KAP)in the community.



2. As a community worker you have been asked to develop a plan of action to combat



malnutrition in the community. What aspects would you consider in developing the

action plan? Elaborate. (5)

3. Discuss the concept of Community Diagnosis in the context of Community Nutrition. (5)



4. What are TeachingAids? Explain giving examples. List five handy points you would keep



in mind while preparing teaching aids. (10)



5. List down the supplementary feeding programmes undertaken by the Government



to combat malnutrition. Briefly discuss any two programmes. (10)



6. a) Mention any two nutrition/health situations suitable for the following approaches: (6)



i. Persuasive



ii. Dialogue



iii. Analytical



b) Briefly explain the role of nutrition and health educators in the community. (4)



7. Comment on the efficacy of traditional approaches of communication. What are the different folk approaches that can be adopted for nutrition and health education? Briefly



discuss any one of them. (10)

































 


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