1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of February 2014


1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of February 2014

Subject: Kinesiology (New Curriculum)

Full marks: 100 Time: 3hours

Use separate answer script for each group

Answer any five questions from each group

All questions carry equal marks


Q: No: 01: What is plane and axis? Describe the different types of plane and axis with example and figure.

Q: No: 02: Define degree of freedom. Classify and briefly discuss degree of freedom. Write down the difference between open and close chin segment.

Q: No: 03: Define Muscle. Classification of skeletal muscles. What are different between contractile and non contractile component?

Q: No: 04: What do you mean by antigravity muscles? What is line of gravity & base of support? Describe the action of gravity on human body with example.

Q: No: 05: What do you mean by force? Write down the composition of force & describe force resolution.

Q: No: 06: Write short notes on:

  1. Group action of muscle
  2. Glenohumeral labrum & Glenohumeral rhytham.
  3. Muscle insufficiency


Q: No: 07: What is lever & types of lever? Explain different types of lever. Write down the principle of lever. Describe the effort weight & fulcrum of the following position

  1. Nodding position of the head
  2. Flexion of elbow joint

Q: No: 08: Define muscle strength and contraction. Describe the different types of muscle contraction.

Q: No: 09: Define joint. Classify the synovial joint according to the shape and articular surface. Write the function of joint.

Q: No: 10: Write the principle of safe lifting, pushing and pulling. Describe the application of Newton’s 1st law in physiotherapy.

Q: No: 11: Define gait &cycle. Describe the different phases of gait cycle.

Q: No: 12: Write short notes on:

  1. Fixation & stabilization
  2. Types-I and types-II muscle fiber
  3. Reflex and motor units

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