RPSC Senior Demonstrator Pathology Written Exam Syllabus With Paper Scheme

Rajasthan PSC Recruitment exam for Senior demonstrator in Pathology field is organized in the state. In Medical & health department, the examination to select the best candidates is being organized. There is a proper scheme of the exam which has to be followed by the appearing candidates. The exam has a definite exam pattern and syllabus which has to be kept into consideration for the exam preparations.

RPSC Sr. Demonstrator Pathology Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Exam pattern: Written Exam of Objective Type (MCQs) in which there will be 100 questions each of 1 mark. Total time allotted will be 2 Hours.

NOTE: There will be negative marking in the exam paper.

Exam Syllabus: The topics which will be the part of exam are-

For General Pathology, The topics which are the part of exam are-

  • Definition and scope of Pathology.
  • Inflammation acute and chronic.
  • Process of repair.
  • Infective granulomata.
  • Immuno Pathology including general concept, classification, basis lesions and immuno-diagnostic methods with special reference to AIDS.
  • Cell injury and its manifestations.
  • Disturbances of growth-atrophy, hypertrophy, hyperplasia, metaplasia,dysplasia, etc.
  • Neoplasia, Definition, carcinogensis, characters, modes of spread, classification and laboratory diagnosis of malignancy, Tumour markers (IHC including CD markers).
  • Hereditary and diseases (including study of genetics.)
  • Disturbances of pigment, Calcium and uric acid metabolism.
  • Necrosis and gangrene.
  • Disturbances of circulation i.e. thrombosis, embolism and infarction.
  • Disturbances of fluid and electrolyte balance pathogenesis of oedema with special reference to cardiac and renal oadema, as cites, transudate and exudate.
  • Pathology of shock.
  • Radiation hazards.

Next section of Systemic Pathology, the topics are-

  • Diseases of Respiratory system
  • Diseases of Stomach, intestines, liver and gall bladder
  • Diseases of Skin, Soft tissues, Bones and joints
  • Diseases of Cardio-Vascular system
  • Diseases of Thyroid, Pancreas, Adrenals and breast
  • Diseases of Kidneys, ureter and urinary bladder
  • Diseases of Spleen and lymph nodes
  • Diseases of Nervous system cerebro vascular diseases, meningitis, encephalitis and neoplasm

From Haematology, the candidates have to study-

  • General haematological procedures
  • Dyshaemopoitic anaemias-Definition, classification, pathogenesis, haematological and bone marrow changes and laboratory diagnosis
  • Examination of Bone marrow in health and disease
  • Anaemias-general consideration, classification
  • Multiple myeloma and dysproteinaemias
  • CBC (Complete Blood Counts) and interpretation
  • Haemorrhogic disorders details same as above
  • Haemolytic anaemias-details same as above
  • Leukaemias and myelopreliferative disorders with Cyto chemistry & IHC marker

The Clinical Pathology will include the areas of study-

  • Examination of urine (i.e. complete urine analysis)
  • Pregnancy tests
  • Examination of Cerebrospinal fluid
  • Gestric functions test
  • Renal function tests
  • FNAC, Cytology and sex chromation evaluation
  • Transfusion medicine –Blood grouping, cross matching & untoward reactions, Transfusion transmitted diseases, Blood components and uses
  • Liver function tests : Based on protein metabolism, Based on lipid metabolism including blood cholesterol, Based on carbohydrate metabolism including blood glucose and glucose tolerance test, Based on pigment metabolism-including laboratory diagnosis of jaundice, Based on detoxifying functions
  • Enzymes in clinical diagnosis
  • Diagnostic cutaneous tests and other immunopathology tests

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