1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of March 2012


1st Professional B.Sc in physiotherapy Examination of March 2012

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 centre of gravity, line of gravity and base of support? Describe the action of gravity on human body with example.

Q: No: 02: What do you mean by posture which factors are responsible for good and poor posture? Describe postural mechanism.

Q: No: 03: Classify of synovial joints according to their producing movement, function of synovial fluid.

Q: No: 04: Define muscle, classification of skeletal muscle. What are the different between contractile and non contractile component.

Q: No: 05: Define muscle contraction. Types of muscle contraction.

Q: No: 06: What are the roles of muscle as prime movers, agonist, antagonist fixators and synergist and their interection to produces purposeful movement.

Q: No: 07: Write short notes on: i) Friction ii) Stability iii) Equilibrium iv) Mechanics and Biomechanics


Q: No: 08: What is degree of freedom? Write the function of joint. What are the responsible factors for limiting the joint range of motion?

Q: No: 09: What is axis and plane? Describe different types of axis and plane with example.

Q: No: 10: Write the close packed and lose packed position of knee, hip and elbow joint and what are the importances of therapeutic setting.

Q: No: 11: Write down the different between open and closed chain segment.

Q: No: 12: Write the anatomical position of human body. Describe musculoskeletal principles of movement.

Q: No: 13: Write down the articulation of elbow joint. Name the muscle attachment elbow joint and their function.

Q: No: 14: Write short notes on: i) Shoulder complex and GH joint ii) Motor unit iii) Reflex iv) Safe lifting and handing principle

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