Important Objectively Structured
(Would Help Students of Public Health at Post
Graduate Level too)
1. Identify the diagram 1
2. What is the recommended amount of Residual chlorine
3. Give the significance of Residual Chlorine 2
Q. No 1.
1. What is the storage temperature of this vaccine 1
2. What is the schedule and route of administration
of this vaccine for a new born child 1.5
3. What is the dosage schedule of this vaccine for women
of child-bearing age? 1.5
Q. No 2.
Mr. & Mrs. Ramzan planned to go to Saudi Arabia
for Umra during the month of Ramazan along
with their two sons Usama and Bilal age five and
1. Mr. Ramzan 01
2. Mrs. Ramzan 01
3. Usama 01
4. Bilal 01
Meningitis vaccine will be
Q. No 3.
1. What is the most likely diagnosis? 01
2. Which vitamin is most likely deficient in this young boy?
3. How this nutritional deficiency disorder can be prevented
in the community? 02
Waseem 15 years of age
came to medical OPD with
C/O frequent diarrhea for
the last 3 weeks. O/E he
was having bilateral
symmetrical dermatitis on
his exposed body surface.
His dietary habits revealed
that he was dependent on
cereals for a long time.
Q. No 4.
A public health team surveyed a community of
Pharpur, D.I khan for tuberculosis. The
Incidence of TB was found to be 10 cases
per 1000 population per year. However,
mean duration of illness of TB in this
community was determined to be one and
Calculate the prevalence of Tuberculosis
among the residents of Dhoke Ratta.
Q. No 5.
In a screening programme to detect Hepatitis C by
Anti HCV antibodies among the doctors working in
teaching hospitals of Rawalpindi, 790 doctors were
tested, out of which 38 showed positive results.
later on PCR-RNA confirmed that only 8 were
actually suffering from the disease and two were
false negative. Keeping the above results in view.
1.construct 2X2 table by putting above mentioned values 2
2.Find out Sensitivity of the Screening test 2
Q. No 6.
A seven years old child presented to the dental
clinic with tooth ache. The above picture shows
the condition of his teeth on examination.
1.Identify the dental Problem. 1.5
2.What interventions and advice should be given
to this child to manage his problem. 2.5
Q. No 7.
Of the 10,000 males randomly
selected from district
Chakwal, 7000 were
cigarette smokers while
3000 were non-smokers.
Incidence rate of CA lung
among smokers and non-
smokers was found to be
10/1000 and 1/1000
1.Calculate Relative Risk (RR). 02
2.Interpret the results. 02
Q. No 8.
Imtiaz 20 years of age is a student of B.A in
Gordon College, Rawalpindi. He came to the
clinic of general physician with C/O chronic
constipation. Instead of prescribing
medicines, physician recommended him
some life style modifications.
1.What could be the recommendation of
physician to relieve his constipation (02)
2.What other benefits Imtiaz will receive if he
follows physician’s advise? (02)
Q. No 9.
Ahmed went to a general store
and bought 3 tins of Tuna
fish. At home when he was
taking tin out of the shopping
bag, he noticed that one of
the tins was bulging and
having deformed shape.
1. What could be the reason for bulging
of that tin. 02
2. Which points should be kept in mind
Q. No 10.
If this growth rate persists, What will be the
population of this city after 02 years? (4)
Total population of
Islamabad on 1st
January, 2010 was
recorded to be 2
rate was calculated
to be 5 %.
Q. No 11.
Mid year population in a small
town near Peshawar during
2008 was found to be 20,000.
The number of live births in this
town during 2008 were 500
while mid year estimated
female population of
reproductive age (15-49 years)
1. Calculate General Fertility Rate (GFR). (02)
2. Calculate Birth rate. (02)
Q. No 12.
Of the total 180 adult males residing in district
Jhang, 110 were smokers while rest of them were
non- smokers. All of them had negative family
history. After a follow-up of a 15 years, 6 of the
smoker’s and 2 of the non-smoker’s group
developed Ca-lung. Incidence of the disease in
general population was 2/1000 population.
1. Construct 2×2 table for this study. (2)
2. Calculate population attributable risk. (2)
Q. No 13.
A mother brought her 18 months old son to a
medical officer at BHU. She gave H/O poor
appetite and weakness of the child for the
last 2 weeks. On examination, chilssd had
inadequate weight and height for his age.
1. What would be the appropriate strategy
of to monitor the growth of the child in
the given setting. 01
1. What are the contents of counseling
of the mother 03
Q. No 14.
Mr. Salem is a company
executive. His height is 1.60m
and weight is 80kg. He is
conscious about his physical
1. Calculate BMI (Body Mass Index) of Mr. Saleem.
2. Interpret the results 2
Q. No 15.
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