CMS Examination 2011- Paper 1 and Paper 2 (General Knowledge, Medical ) model papers analysis

October 2nd, 2010| Education.

CMS Examination 2011- Paper 1 and Paper 2 (General Knowledge, Medical ) model papers analysis

General knowledge and medical knowledge of the candidates are tested through the written exam. Exam consists of two papers for total marks of 500.  Questions on general ability are asked in the first paper.  Each paper is given 2 hours time.

Paper-1

This paper consists of three sections A, B and C and the total marks are 120. Section A contains 30 General ability questions, section B contains 70 General Medicine questions, section C contains 20 pediatrics questions.  General ability questions on Indian History, Polity, Current Affairs, Natural Resources, Geography, Social Health, Natural Calamities and Science and Technology are asked. Questions on Cardiology, Neurology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Viruses, Various fungus, Bacterial, Nutrition and growth, Hematology, respiratory diseases etc are asked in Section B.  Health problems of children, prevention etc is asked in Section C.

Paper-2

Total marks of this paper are 250 and questions of 40 each on General Surgery ( Wounds, Tumours, Infections, Elementary track, Abdominal injuries, Neuro surgeon etc), Gynecology and Obstetrics ( Intra-natal, Post-natal, Applied anatomy, Applied Psychology, Genital track, Neoplasma, Birth control methods etc)  Preventive And Social Medicine (Social and Community medicine, Health administration, Nutrition and health, Health education and Medical sociology etc) are asked.

Success is easy

Success is easy with hard work in Combined Medical Services.  Because, students of MBBS are always on the field and they will be in touch with various subjects.  They need not work hard in the core subjects.  First analyze the syllabus and observe previous papers and exam methods.  These candidates should work hard in General Ability.  Study the topics like history and polity prescribed in the syllabus.  Concentrate on current affairs.  Gather information on Community health and Demography and Health statistics.  Divide the syllabus basing on time.  Practice the bits every day.  Remember that each mark is important in competitive exams.