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Diploma in Sanitary Health Inspector

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Sanitary health inspectors play a crucial role in the protection of public health and environment in various ways.  Civic bodies in a state depend on health and sanitary inspectors for dealing with various public issues which range from safe drinking water, safety of food and general sanitary conditions.


Course Name: Diploma in Sanitary Health Inspector

Course Id: DSHIQ1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 4000.

Certification Process under Recognized Prior Learning (RPL) Mode.

How You will Get Diploma Certificate:

Step 1- Select your Course for Certification.

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Step 4- Fill Your Billing Details and Proceed to Pay.

Step 5- You Will be Redirected to Payment Gateway, Pay Course and Exam Fee by Following Options.

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Step 6- After Payment You will receive Study Material and Online Examination link on your email id.

Step 7- After Completion of  Course Study give Online Examination.

Step 8- After Online Examination within 7 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 30 days.

Step 9- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

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Diploma in Sanitary Health Inspector
Name of PaperM. Marks Pass Marks
Medical Entomology& Parasitologi10040
Environmental sanitation & Waste Management, Biomedical Waste Management10040
Factors affecting health of Individual, Family and Community10040
National Health Programmes including HIV/AIDS,NRHM10040
Control of Communicable Diseases & Non Communicable Disease10040
Basic Medicine &Treatment of Minor ailments10040
Health and Vital Statistics, HMIS, Maintenance of records10040


Medical Entomology& Parasitologi

Classification of living things – Biological sciences and physical sciences Animal kingdom and plant kingdom,  An outline of the main sub divisions under each kingdom, Procedure followed in the classification of animals phylum and the sub groups, (various toxons) Binominal nomenclature of Linnaeus,  Definition and scope of the subject. Explanation of the term morphology, anatomy, Definition of vectors, Infesters and vectors, Classification of the vectors (types of vectors) Phylum – Arthropod – general features and classification, Explanation of the terms; Parasite, Host, commensals, endoparasite, ectoparasite, principal hose. Supplementary Host, and Incidental Host. Definition of Definitive Host and Intermediate Host. Life-cycle – A sexual and sexual reproduction. The various ways by which the parasite causes harm or trouble for the host. Parasitology – Definition and scope.

Environmental sanitation & Waste Management, Biomedical Waste Management

Introduction: Scope of Public Health – Hygiene and sanitation – modern Public Health practice – The Health Officer and his subordinates – the Sanitary Engineer and his subordinates, General Engineering: Basic elementary principles of surveying – leveling, drawing, estimating and of the general nature of building materials and building construction, Water: Purposes of requirements, Sources of supply – their characteristics – lakes, tanks, wells (Shallow and deep) springs, tube-wells; conservation of sources, Air composition of – importance to health; pollution of air, sources of – impurities in air and their effect on health, Physiological basis of ventilation – effect on health.

Factors affecting health of Individual, Family and Community

Gain knowledge of factors affecting the health of the individual, family and the community including factors affecting the health of the mother and child, Acquire knowledge about normal growth and development of the child and utilize this for promotion and maintenance of child health, Factors affecting the health of the mother and child, Special factors affecting the health of the mother and child Role of immunization Growth and development of child, Factors affecting growth and development-prenatal factors, maternal nutrition, hereditary factors, environmental factors socio economic conditions.

National Health Programmes including HIV/AIDS,NRHM

Understand the various national health programmes and identify the nature and magnitude of the problems regarding the implementation of health programmes, Identify the educational components in various national health programmes in order to organize health education programmes, Differences between control and eradication programmes, Aims strategy, plan of operation, methods, achievements shortfalls reasons thereof and of recurrence, special importance of surveillance and epidemiological investigation, measures to improve performance, role of health education, Needs, Strategy, plan of operation, achievements, shortfalls, place of health education, Needs, strategy, plan of operation, achievements, shortfalls, place of health education.

Control of Communicable Diseases & Non Communicable Disease

Acquire an understanding of major communicable diseases and its implications for protection and restoration of health, Gain knowledge of practices and techniques related to prevention and control of communicable diseases, Terminology; prevalence of communicable diseases Modes of disease transmission; general measures for prevention and control of communicable diseases- – controlling source of infection – blocking channels of transmission – Protection of susceptible, Purpose, types, effects National immunization schedule for prevention of major communicable diseases-BCG, Polio, Measles and typhoid vaccines, Care and treatment of patient with infection.

Basic Medicine &Treatment of Minor ailments

Develop the ability to recognize and treat minor ailments, Acquire sufficient knowledge of signs and symptoms and diseases of a common, recurrent type of diseases and to provide elemental medical care and take appropriate action, Acquire knowledge of drugs commonly used for treatment of minor ailments, Develop the ability to recognize adverse effects of drugs in common use and take appropriate action, Principles of medical care and treatment of minor ailments. Role and function of the Health Workers in the Health system Resources available for treatment and minor ailments coordination – understanding referral system, sacking guidance and learning opportunities.

Health and Vital Statistics, HMIS, Maintenance of records

Acquire knowledge and skills in the use of simple statistics as they apply to health, Contribute to the development of a satisfactory system of maintaining vital and health statistics, Statistics, vital statistics, health statistics, sources of vital and health statistics – census ; registration of births, deaths and marriages ; notification of infectious diseases; records of health centre and hospital; health surveys, Uses of statistics in community health-illustrations regarding use of statistics, Definitions-rates; ration; frequency distribution; arithmetic mean and the range. Calculations Collection of statistical date – factors to be considered, Role of Health Workers in participating in date collection procedures.