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Pupil, people's participation in national health programmes

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In this chapter, we answer all question related to the importance of the pupil and people's participation in the implementation of the national health programmes in India. Chapter 3: IMPORTANCE OF PUPIL AND PEOPLE'S PARTICIPATION IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMME   Health Education Class X MBOSE syllabus 2018 Pupil and people participating in the national health programmes on teenage pregnancy in the Garo Hills      |   nenow  Tick the correct answers  |  Pupil, people's participation in national health programmes Q1. The Malaria Control Programme was switched over to eradication programme in        (a) 1969             (b) 1958             (c) 1985           (d) 1986 Q2. The number of people suffered from Malaria in our country in 1952 was estimated to be         (a) 15% of the total population              (b) 20 % of the total population          (c) 30 % of the total population         (d) 25 % of the total population Q3. L

What is immunity? Explain briefly the different types of immunity

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Immunity and the different types of immunity are ones of the most commonly asked questions in the SSLC exams in all board examination across the world. Study the flow chart below before you answer the questions so that you will have some ideas in your mind about the different types of immunity. Flowchart showing 2 different types of immunity      |    Fembose Answer: A condition that is existed within our body which helps us to remain protected from certain diseases is called Immunity. A person who has a strong immune system in his body hardly contracted a disease even when his neighbours are victims of it. A person with poor immunity tends to fall sick readily and his body cannot adjust even to a slight change in the environment. There are two types of Immunity viz – 1. Natural immunity or inborn immunity and 2. Acquired Immunity. Natural immunity or inborn immunity The immunity that is there within our body from the time we were born is called Natural Immunity. It

How the government carries out national health programme? mbose syllabus

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National Health Programmes belongs to chapter 2 of Unit II of the Health Education Textbook prescribed by the Meghalaya Board of School Education. Chapter 2: NATIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMME   Health Education Class X MBOSE syllabus 2018 Civil Hospital  |  Tura Following are questions which are commonly asked from this chapter on the National Health Programme in the SSLC exam of MBOSE board examinations Tick marks | National Health Programme 1. The council of health was set up by presidential order in    (a) 9th  August 1952    (b) 2nd August 1952    (c) 22nd August 1952    (d) 15th August 1952 Fill in the blanks    | National Health Programme The Council of Health was set up under the article _________ of the Constitution of India.    [Ans. 263 ] The Union Health Minister is the ________ and the state health ministers are the members of the central council of health.  [Ans. The Chairman ] The _________ is the technical department of the department of the Unio