N-w A ge Publ-tions | 2008 | ISBN: 8122423523, 9788122423525 | 96 pages | PDF | 1,1 MB
MCQs in Microbiology Book Description
Medical and Paramedical graduates aspiring for higher education planning to take PG ought to appear in Entrance Examinations. These entrance examinations are usually patterned in objective type. Microbiology forms an integral part of curriculum of medical and paramedical courses. It is an important subject and deals with various biological, microbiological and pathological manifestations of microbial flora and fauna on human physiological systems. Quite a large number of MCQs appear in PG medical and paramedical competitive examinations in this subject. Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) test a candidate's ability to apply his knowledge gained during regular class work in the subject.
Framing a question paper based on MCQs is time consuming and evaluation of answers is not subjective and biased but based on merit. Several universities now-a-days are adopting MCQ pattern for their examination system. This system of evaluation can be computerized and human bias can be eliminated to a greater extent. The Medical Council of India in their latest recommendations on the medical education and examination have stipulated that part of the question paper should be objective type based. The Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science, Karnataka, the Tamil Nadu MGR Medical University, Tamil Nadu and the Rajasthan University of Health Sciences, Rajasthan also use the MCQ pattern in all their undergraduate and PG programmes of medical and paramedical courses.
The quick solution books presently available for this subject in the market doesn't cover the subject in an integrated way. Acquiring knowledge becomes simple if all the required information is made available at one place.
The MCQs in the book have been prepared with great care and after an exhaustive and extensive study of pattern of multiple choice questions in the subject. The questions are precise and clear enabling the reader to make correct choice based on his understanding of Microbiology.
This book is his contribution towards a better comprehension and understanding of Biochemistry.
History of Microbiology
Bacteria and Gram Staining
Sterilisation, Culture Media and Pure Culture Techniques
General Properties of Microorganisms
Structure of DNA and RNA