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TISS SCHOOL OF HEALTH SYSTEM STUDIES: ACTUAL Extempore TOPICS & PERSONAL Interview(OPI) Questions 2023

Preparing for the Tata Institute of Social Sciences (TISS) Online Personal Interview (OPI) and Extempore Round is crucial for aspiring candidates. These rounds serve as a gateway to one of the most esteemed institutions in India, renowned for its excellence in social sciences education. To help applicants in their preparation, this blog provides insights into the actual Extempore topics and Personal Interview questions asked during the TISS OPI and Extempore Round in 2023 of School of Health System Studies in TISS.

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I.Extempore Topics for TISS School of Health System System in TISS OPI & Extempore 2023 Exam:

The TISS MPH, MPH HA, MPH HPEF, MPH SE Extempore Topics in TISS OPI & Extempore round 2023 are designed to evaluate candidates' ability to think critically, express themselves clearly, and demonstrate knowledge of relevant topics related to the master of public health. The topics provide a comprehensive evaluation of candidates' potential for success in TISS's MPH program. 

The TISS Extempore Topics (Program wise) that are asked in the real time exam are:

1. MPH(Master of Public Health)

Geriatric health

Strategies to increase no of doctors

Government initiatives to stop tobacco consumption, the regional disparity in healthcare

2. MPH(Health Administration)

Non communicable diseases

Obesity, is it a personal problem or a public health issue

Public private partnership on health

Technology in healthcare

Community participation in healthcare

Role of ASHA worker

Impact of income on health

Health status of elderly people Death penalty

3. MPH(Health, Policy, Economics and Finance)

Poverty in India

National Health Policy 2017

Why are public hospitals not clean?

Rural and Urban disparities in healthcare

4. MPH(Social Epidemiology)

Digital health

Kidney scandal

Anaemia prevalence in male and female

Women should take decision for child bearing

II.Personal Interview Question for TISS School of Health System System in TISS OPI & Extempore 2023 Exam:

The TISS MPH, MPH HA, MPH HPEF, MPH SE personal interview questions in the TISS OPI & Extempore round 2023 are intended to evaluate your drive and readiness to pursue a career in master in public health. These questions are designed to gauge your interest in the field, your academic background, relevant skills, experiences, and the qualities that position you as a strong candidate for this program and a successful MPH professional. The interview panel may also inquire about your past experiences working with people or ask you some general knowledge questions

The TISS Personal Interview Questions (Program wise) that are asked in the real-time exam are:

1. MPH(Master of Public Health)

1. Explain neurology?

2. Why do doctors treat the BPL population unequally?

3. What will you contribute to the BPL population?

4. Name some national policies?

5.  The main determinants of Social health?

6. Explain Physiotherapy?

7. Reasons for the prevalence of low back pain?

8. About Jaipur foot

9. CTEV (Congenital Talipes Equino Varus)

10. Deendayal disabled rehabilitation scheme?

11. Any other program you applied for?

12. Any other colleges applied for Tiss?

13. Define Epidemiology?

14. Relation between prevalence and incidence

15. Health indicators in terms of adolescents?

16. Health problems faced by adolescents?

17. Difference between PCOS and PCOD?

18. National health programs

19. Name any countries with a negative population rate.

20. What is the percentage of elderly population in India?

21. what is substance abuse?

22. Difference between PHC and HWC?

23. What are halfway homes?

24. What are the Strength and weakness

25. Tell us about yourself

26. What are the health problems in tribal population?

27. In Maharashtra, the concentration of tribal population in which regions?

2. MPH(Health Administration)

1. The role of health administrator in IMR?

2. The role of the health administrator in MMR?

3. About Alma Ata & UHC?

4. What are the challenges in Jharkhand regarding healthcare? 

5. What's 7's of marketing?

6. Why women faces difficulty in starting a business?

7. What is Self help groups?

8. What are the subjects of  this course?

9. Causes of violence against doctors.

10. What is female foeticide?

11. Use of technology in domestic violence.

12. Why does doctors prescribe branded drugs?

13. Name of Health programs.

14. Why changing of Stream?

15. how you apply your knowledge in Healthcare administration

16. How community dentistry is connected to public health

17. Why MPH after BDS?

17. Define PHC?

18. Define Epidemiology?

19. Why do farmers suicide more in Maharashtra and give a reason?

20. What is your view on the caste system?

21. What are socio economic determinants?

22. What are health indicators? 

23. Define Pandemic? 

24. TB Program? Effects of not getting treated after TB.

25. Why HA?

26. What is the sex ratio of haryana?

27. Main social issue in haryana.

28. What is the human development index?

29. National oral health program.

30. Rotaract experience.

31. Opinion on reservation system.

32. Maratha reservation in Maharashtra

33. Ayushman Bharat

34. Universal health coverage and its need

35. Difference bet pandemic, endemic, epidemic.

36. What is quarantine?

37. What are national policies?

38. Health organisation in rural areas?

40. What are HWC?

41. Why do you use deodorants?

42. Job description ( since I am working) followed by cross-questioning on the same.

43. What are the social determinants of health?

44. What do you understand by public health?

45. Tell us about some of the health conditions of geriatrics in the USA?

46. Some geriatric health conditions in India? What can be done in order to tackle the problems?

3. MPH(Health, Policy, Economics and Finance)

1. Why HPEF(Health, Policy, Economics and Finance)?

2. How is a policy implemented?

3. What is epidemiology?

4. What is school health and wellness program?

5. How will you make a policy?

6. HPEF questions are on c-section?

7. IMR(Independent Medical Review) 

8. Government insurances on details

9. Kerala and WB health care models difference

10. Why MPH(HPEF). Why TISS? 

11. TB as public health threat.

12. Public health concerns

13. Hunger and obesity

14. What is experimental study?

15. Ethics of experimental studies?

16. The Three major problems in Mumbai?

17. What are the subjects of this course?

18. Where do you see yourself in 5 year?

19. Budget-related healthcare?

20. Biostatistics

21. What you study in community dentistry?

22. What comes to your mind when you heard about health policy, how is it connected to economics and finance?

23. What is public health?

24. What is hospital based management?

25. Job description followed by cross-questioning?

26. Are diseases common in Maharashtra?

27. People, these days do operations when not even necessary, for example, root canals or knee replacements, do you think it is right? Or ethical?

28. What other colleges you have applied to?

29. Sexual harassment policy at the workplace?

30. critical analysis of the Ayushman Bharat scheme?

4. MPH(Social Epidemiology)

1. Most of the questions are also from digitisation, telemedicine, its challenges?

2. About AI in the health sector What's the application drawback?

3.  What is the percentage of birth defects in India?

4.  SAM measures.

5. Why MPH(Social epidemiology)? 

6. What is pharmacology? 

7. What is Anaemia? 

8. What are the Social determinants of health? 

9. Strength and weakness

10. About your working experience if you are working professionals. 

11. Brief Introduction. 

12. What is the new mental health policy?

13. how it is different from old mental health policy?

14. How will you plan for alcohol abstinence? 

15. How will you plan for alcohol abstinence? 

16. National programs.

17. Difference between endemic pandemic and epidemic.

18. Where do you see yourself after 2 years, how it is related to your course?

19. Any other college you applied for?

20. Define Social determinants with examples of sanitation give examples of diseases like vector-borne disease, airborne disease etc.

21. Difference between ASHA and ANM

22. What are the major learning's from your working experiences 

23. What are the public health issues in your area.

24. How will u manage any kind of public health issue

25. Job description, and introduction.

26. Why MPH?

27. Preference sequence

28. Diseases in Maharashtra

29. Maharashtra is doing good economically, then why is there malnourishment?

30. Questions asked on the project I had done in my college.

31. Backup options.

32. What is public health according to you?

33. How did you prepare?

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