Download PDF UPPSC Staff Nurse Ayurveda Syllabus 2023

 Friends, as you must be aware the UPPSC Staff Nurse notification has been released soon, for which many students were busy preparing for months and some of them are continuously asking me on Telegram for UPPSC Staff Nurse Syllabus 2023 PDF. 

That's why has made available UPPSC Staff Nurse Syllabus 2023 in Hindi & English for all the students absolutely free of cost, which you can read from here and can also download the PDF.

UPPSC Staff Nurse Selection Process

For the information of friends who do not know, I would like to tell that the selection process of UPPSC Staff Nurse is mainly completed in 2 phases, which I have explained in detail below.

  • Prelims
  • Mains

UPPSC Staff Nurse Pre & Mains Exam Pattern 2023

Friends, here we have explained the UPPSC Staff Nurse Pre & Mains Exam Pattern one by one in complete detail in tables and main points about which you can get information from here.

1.UPPSC Staff Nurse Pre Exam Pattern

  • Main point:-

Common Sense3015
general Hindi2010
Main Subject: Nursing12060
Total17085120 minutes

  • A total of 170 questions will be asked for a total of 85 marks
  • For each wrong answer, one third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty
  • If a candidate selects more than one answer, negative marking will be applicable

2. UPPSC Staff Nurse Mains Exam Pattern

Note:- Friends, here we have explained about UPPSC Staff Nurse Mains Exam Pattern in complete detail through main points.

  • Main point :-

  • Part A: 5 descriptive questions asked for 5 marks each (word limit 125)
  • Part B: 6 questions will be asked out of which 4 should be attempted. Each question will be of 15 marks (word limit 300)

UPPSC Staff Nurse Syllabus PDF

Friends, here we have explained in detail about UPPSC Staff Nurse Syllabus 2023 in Hindi & English, which you can read and also download.

General Knowledge

(1) History of India and Indian National Movement:- Emphasis should be laid on comprehensive understanding of social, economic and political aspects of Indian history in History of India. In the Indian National Movement, candidates are expected to have a concise view of the freedom movement, development of nationalism and attainment of independence.

(2) Indian and World Geography – Physical, Social, Economic Geography of India and the World: – Questions on Geography of India will be related to the physical, social and economic geography of India. In World Geography only a general understanding of the subject will be expected

(3) Indian Politics and Governance, Constitution, Political System, Panchayati Raj and Public Policy, Rights-Issues, etc.:- In Indian Politics. And Governance questions will test knowledge of the country's Constitution, political system including Panchayati Raj, and community development.

(4) Indian Economy and Social Development: – Candidates will be tested with respect to the problems and relationships between population, environment, urbanization; Broad features of economic policy in India and Indian culture.

(5) Current events of national and international importance:- This will also include questions related to sports and games.

(6) Indian Agriculture: – Candidates will be expected to have a general understanding of agriculture, agricultural produce and its marketing in India.

(7) General Science: – Questions on General Science will involve general understanding and comprehension of science, covering matters of everyday observation and experience, as might be expected from an educated person who has studied a particular scientific subject. Have not studied. It will also include questions on the role of science and technology in India's development.

(8) Elementary Mathematics till 10th class:- Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry.

General Hindi

  • Antonym
  • Sentence and character correction
  • one word of many
  • similar and identical words
  • adjectives and adverbs
  • spoken words

 UPPSC Staff Nurse Syllabus for Nursing

  • ( 1 ) Anatomy and Physiology: Skeletal System, Muscular System, Cardio-Vascular System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, Excretory System, Nervous System, Endocrine System, Reproductive System and Sense Organs

  • (2) Fundamentals of Nursing: Nursing as a Profession, Maintenance of Clinical Environment, Nursing Process and Nursing Care Planning, Admission and Discharge of a Patient, Dying Patients, Hygienic Requirements and Physiological Needs, Activity and Exercise, Safety Requirements Elimination needs, care and special conditions, meeting nutritional needs, patient observation, equipment care, barrier nursing, administration of medications, recording and reporting

  • (3) First aid: Meaning and principles of first aid in emergency situations such as fire; Earthquake; Draught; fracture; Accident; Poison; Drowning; bleeding; insect bites; Transport of foreign body injuries, bandaging and bandaging, immediate and subsequent role of the nurse

  • (4) Medical-surgical nursing: The role and responsibilities of the nurse in medical and surgical settings. Surgical patient care, anesthesia. Diseases of the cardiovascular system, gastrointestinal system, genito-urinary system, and nervous system. Disorders and diseases of the respiratory system, and musculoskeletal system. Blood Disorders and Blood Transfusion

  • (5) Microbiology: Scope and utility of knowledge of microbiology in nursing, classification of microorganisms and factors affecting growth, sources of infection, portals of entry and exit of microbes, transmission of infection, factors to be taken into consideration while collecting specimen Collection of specimens and principles for preservation, immunoassay, control and destruction of micro-organisms

  • (6) Psychology: Definition, Scope, and Importance for Nurses, Psychology of Human Behaviour: Emotions, Attitudes, Frustration and Defense Mechanisms, Personality, Intelligence, and Related Factors, Learning and Observation

  • (7) Sociology: Importance of sociology in nursing. Socio-cultural and economic aspects of the community and their impact on health and disease. Family: The family is a social institution and the basic unit for healthcare, the basic needs of the family, benefits of Planned Parenthood.

  • (8) Family: Family as a social institution and basic unit for health care, basic needs of the family, and benefits of planned parenthood.

  • (9) Society: Concept of society, rural and urban society, social problems, unmarried mothers, dowry system, drug addiction, alcoholism, crime, handicaps, child abuse, domestic violence, women abuse, social agencies, and remedial measures.

  • (10) Economy: Resources of the country – natural, commercial, agricultural, industrial, etc.

  • (11) Social Security: Population explosion – its impact on the economy and the need for population control, budget for a family, per capita income, and its impact on health and disease.

  • (12) Personal hygiene: Maintenance of health, physical fitness and mental health.

  • (13) Environmental Sanitation: Water: Safe and healthy water, uses of water, water pollution, water-borne diseases, and water purification. Air: Air pollution, prevention and control of air pollution. Waste: Refuse, excreta, sewage, health hazards Collection, removal and disposal of waste, housing, noise.


Here in this post, we add all the information about the UPPSC Staff Nurse exam like the syllabus, exam pattern, selection process, and many more so if you are preparing for this exam then you should read this article till the end.

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