State PSC Examinations in Homopeopathy India

Dr Mansoor Ali 
Attention candidates
Various State Government in India offering excellent carrier opportunities for young homoeopaths through their medical officer examination. Selected doctors will be posted as medical officers in various Government dispensaries with attractive salary. It is high time for the aspirants to fine tune their strategy. Majority of the PG students, UPSC & PSC rank holders of the past years owe their success to the quality training programme conducted by us.

Lack of familiarity with MCQ may result in unexpected failure. A candidate who had revised the previous year’s questions had a definite advantage over a candidate who had not.

We will guide candidates regarding the methodology of preparation. High level topics will be discussed by eminent faculty who had cracked several competitive exams supported by study materials, rank files, previous question papers & model exams covering the entire syllabus with special guidance on methodology of preparation. Candidates can contact with faculty who compiled the materials through mail or phone. It will be a unique opportunity for the  aspirants to clear their doubts and to discuss how to prepare.

Dear friends the war is ahead…the war to cross. K.P.S.C .We are living in an era of tough competition. Unless & until you have a well planned strategy you will miss the target. So sharpen the instruments In your armoury and be prepared for the  final war to triumph in the examination.. Thousands are appearing for the examination and from that a few will be called for interview. In previous occasions candidates amounting to5-10 times of the reported vacancies were interviewed. The experiences of the author as well as many selected candidates show that you should have 90 or above correct answer out of  100 questions to get a call for interview.

Analysis of previous question papers show that questions were asked from all the subjects of B.H.M.S course. A concise idea  about all the 12 subjects of BHMS syllabus in required- with more importance to clinical subjects. Normal biochemical values, Death Certificate, Medical certificates etc. Common disease with their aetiology, clinical features, diagnosis with Homoeopathic medicines.

The break up of papers  shows that maximum questions are asked from clinical subjects. So the candidates should give more time for these  subjects. If you can score well in these subjects half the battle is won. But you should not neglect other subjects also.

Plenty of MCQ type books and study materials are available especially for allied subjects. But lack of study materials is a  major problem with regards to homoeopathic subjects. Students should read the authentic Text books

Previous question papers show that plenty of questions are asked from Allen’s Key notes. Candidates Should have a thorough knowledge of all medicines in Key note. Generally many questions are asked from Relationship part of the book. Candidates  should recollect comparison that is given in the book. A detailed understanding of Boericke`s materia medica is also  expected. Questions regarding Common name of drugs are also asked. Family wise study of medicine should be done. Students  should know the source and family of common medicines (Clinical materia medica by Farrington, last part of Clinical repertory by J.H.Clarke  & Articles regarding Family wise study given in materia medica portion of can be referred).

Questions regarding History of repertory, different repertories their philosophical background, year of publications, word  meaning, grading of rubrics, Computer repertories, Card repertories are asked usually. Some rubrics with their chapters,  rubrics in Kent’s repertory in which only one medicine is given are also asked

Questions regarding drug preparation, Pharmacopoea, source of drugs, rules& regulations are asked usually.

For other subjects prescribed text book of the B.H.M.S course can be used. MCQ questions of these subjects can be read from  the post graduate entrance guides mentioned above.

This is a rough guideline for preparation that was found useful for many successful candidates.


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