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CTEVT HA 2nd and 3rd year Syllabus HA 2nd and 3rd yea Syllabus

CTEVT HA 2nd and 3rd Year Syllabus HA 2nd and 3rd year

CTEVT HA 2nd and 3rd year SyllabusCTEVT HA 2nd and 3rd Year Syllabus HA second and third year. CTEVT Syllabus for Health Assistant second and third year. HA is a Three Year diploma course after SLC or SEE



1   Medicine I                                                             2   Surgery I
3   Clinical Pathology:
        A. Medical Microbiology
        B. Medical Parasitology
       C. Haematology
       D. Clinical Biochemistry                                    4   Obstetrics/Gynecology
5   Clinical Pharmacology/ Pharmacy                       6   Environmental Health
7   Foundation of Health Education                          8   Primary Health Care/Family Health
9   Epidemiology and Community Diagnosis           10 Basic medical Procedure/First Aid 

Course: Medicine   I
Hours Theory:        120
Hours Practical:       80
Assessment Marks: 100
Course Description:
This course begins with an in-depth presentation on the diagnostic process applied to the history and physical examination of the patient and includes assessments specific to each system. The medicine I present a basic review of selected conditions and disorders from areas of internal medicine, including haematological, cardiovascular, respiratory, gastrointestinal, endocrine, hepatic, nervous, and genitourinary systems. Additionally, communicable diseases common to Nepal are individually discussed. For each disease or condition, this course examines etiologies, clinical features, differential diagnosis, management at the health post level, indications for referral, and preventive education.
Course Objectives:
On completion of the course the learner will be able to:
1. Perform a thorough history and physical examination, and analyze and interpret the findings to

make a rational provisional diagnosis.
2. Identify the etiologies, pathology and clinical features of common systemic disorders and 

    communicable diseases.
3. Describe the management and counselling for common systemic disorders and communicable

4. Identify indications that a case requires referral to a higher level or speciality facility.
5. Identify and implement opportunities for health education, prevention measures, or rehabilitation.
Minimum Standards:
Students must achieve at a minimum of 40% accuracy, in theory, 50% accuracy in Practical. 
 and others to follow.


A. The first half of the third year
1 Paediatrics 2 Medicine II
                                                                       A.   Psychiatry
                                                                       B.   Dermatology/Sexually transmitted infections
3 Surgery II
   A.   Otorhinolaryngology
   B.   Dentistry
   C.   Ophthalmology                                4 Health Management 

Course: Medicine II – Pediatrics including Neonatology
Hours Theory:          50+10=60
Hours Lab:               60
Assessment Marks: 35
Course Description:
This course provides the knowledge and skills necessary to assess the sick child, Neonatology manage the uncomplicated cases at the health post level, and identify indications for referral to a higher level facility for expert treatment. Emphasis is given to community health education for prevention or early treatment of childhood and neonates conditions and illnesses. This course also teaches the student to apply the principles and guidelines of the Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) and neonatal health care in a package. Practicals involve the application of learned theory during experiences in the pediatric hospital ward, out-patient pediatric clinic, maternal-child clinic, and health post attachment.

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Course Objectives:
On completion of the course the student will be able to:
1. Assess, diagnose, and treat the common pediatric and neonates disorders and identify indications 
    for referral of complex conditions.
2. Apply the CB-IMCI approach to assess, classify and manage the illness of children ages up to 21 
    days to 15 years.
3. Apply strategies for health promotion and prevention of illness among children.
4. Apply fundamental principles for health promotion of neonates and children within the community. Minimum Standards:
Students must achieve a minimum of 40% accuracy in theory, 50% accuracy in practical. 
more to follow.

B. The second half of the third year
  1    Comprehensive clinical field practice 290
  2    Comprehensive community field practice 295

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