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Reproduction is the formation of new individuals of their own kind by living organisms. The Male Reproductive System consists of Testes, Scrotum, Urethra and other parts while the Female Reproductive System consists of Ovaries, Oviducts, Uterus and Vagina. Embryos are developed during reproduction passing through various phases such as Gametogenesis, Spermatogenesis, etc.
Very few questions have been asked from this chapter in the past 11 years with only 9 questions being asked. Although no question was asked from this chapter in the previous chapter, the paper in 2018 had 3 questions being asked making it an instant game changer. Same goes for 2013 when the paper had 3 questions after a appearance drought of 4 years. With the trend, we can expect 0 or 1 question from this chapter. The below given graph illustrates the number of questions asked from this chapter in the previous years:
The important topics to be covered from this chapter are:
• Male and Female Reproductive Systems
• Microscopic Anatomy of Testis and Ovary
• Gametogenesis – Spermatogenesis & Oogenesis
• Menstrual Cycle
• Embryo Development up to Blastocyst Formation
• Pregnancy and Placenta Formation
Chapter 2:Reproductive Health
The complete well being with respect to all aspects of reproduction like physical, emotional, behavioral and social. A society with people having physically and functionally normal reproductive organs as well as normal interactions with respect to behavior and emotions among them is reproductively healthy. Family planning measures were initiated in 1951 in India and Government has from then introduced various other plans and acts to support it. Reproductive and Child Health Care (RCH) Programs are being operated with the aim of creating awareness among people about various reproduction related aspects and providing facilities and support for building a reproductively healthy society.
This is the one of the most important chapter from reproduction. A gross total of 19 question has been asked in the past 11 years. 3 questions were asked in consecutive years in 2014 and 2013, however the last year just had 2 questions being asked. In 2009 no questions were asked but the count has continued on increasing from them except for the odd drought. Hence, we can expect atleast 1-2 questions from this chapter in the coming papers. The below given graph illustrates the number of questions asked from this chapter in the previous years:
The important chapter to be covered from this chapter are:
• Need for Reproductive Health and prevention of sexually transmitted diseases (STD)
• Contraception and Medical termination of Pregnancy (MTP)
• Infertility and Assisted reproductive Technologies IVF, ZIFT and GIFT