Health Inspector


To be considered for the position of Health Inspector, candidates should possess the following qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field (e.g., public health, environmental health, biology, or a related discipline).

Key Responsibilities:

  • As a Health Inspector, your responsibilities will include but are not limited to:
  • Conducting inspections of healthcare facilities, restaurants, public spaces, and other establishments to assess compliance with health and safety standards.
  • Identifying health hazards and violations of regulations and recommending corrective actions.
  • Educating businesses and the public about health regulations and the importance of hygiene and sanitation.
  • Participating in disease outbreak investigations and contact tracing efforts.
  • Collaborating with other healthcare professionals and agencies to promote public health initiatives.
  • Maintaining accurate records and reports of inspections and findings.
  • Keeping abreast of updates in health and safety regulations and standards.

Syllabus overview :

Anatomy and Physiology:

  • Study of the structure and function of the human body.
  • Understanding the various systems, organs, and tissues.


  • Basics of microbiology, including bacteria, viruses, and fungi.
  • Principles of infection control and prevention.

Nutrition and Dietetics:

  • Nutritional requirements for different age groups and medical conditions.
  • Diet planning and therapeutic diets.

Environmental Sanitation:

  • Knowledge of sanitation and hygiene practices.
  • Waste management and sewage disposal.
  • Control of environmental pollution.

Community Health Nursing:

  • Concepts of community health and primary healthcare.
  • Health promotion and disease prevention strategies.
  • Maternal and child health.


  • Understanding of the spread and control of diseases.
  • Disease surveillance and outbreak investigation.
  • Immunization and vaccination programs.

Health Education and Communication:

  • Effective communication skills for health education.
  • Health promotion campaigns and community outreach.

Occupational Health:

  • Workplace health and safety.
  • Occupational diseases and their prevention.

Basic Pharmacology:

  • Principles of pharmacology and drug administration.
  • Knowledge of commonly used medications and their side effects.

Healthcare Management:

  • Basics of healthcare administration and management.
  • Health policy and healthcare delivery systems.

Current Health Issues and Trends:

Awareness of contemporary health issues, such as emerging diseases and healthcare challenges.

General Awareness:

General knowledge about current events, national and international health organizations, and policies related to healthcare.

Features of SRG :

  • One to one Mentoring
  • Full syllabus Coverage
  • Weekly test
  • Expert Faculty Team
  • Subject wise & Full Mock test