Sunday, 17 May 2015

For startup vets


For startup vets




1.      अगर तैरना सीखना है तो पानी में उतरना ही होगा - moral is get your hand dirty in the field
2.      किताबी ज्ञान आपको सिर्फ 20 प्रतिशत ही काम आएगा अतः ज्यादातर समय इलाज के दौरान सीखें और          फिर किताबों में उसे ढूंढे
3.       oxytetracyclin, belamyl, avil और meloxicam से 70 प्रतिशत बिमारियों का इलाज होता है
4.       फील्ड में किसान अपने जानवर को दुसरे दिन सुई लगवाना नहीं चाहता है अतः follow up के लिये           बोलस रखें
5.       If you know how to operate for upward fixation of patella then you are a GEM


Rest for next day

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Riding the TVO

A vet job is very challenging. I was sure about this, but when i joined the TVO in a state govt I was shocked to see the 4th grade staff dominating the vet practice in almost 95% of the remote area. After doing 6 years of service in remotest part of this state there is a picture coming out about this job. absolute lack of the work environment and unrealistic expectations thrown over to vets in the name of extra charge is ruining it further.  we have very cooperative and understanding fellow vets TVOs. The problem arises with the malpractices in senior positions  who want to keep field vets in dark and exploits. It is heartbreaking to see such persons getting unduly benefited and keep setting wrong precedence .
  The dominance of 4th grade staff in vet practice is correlated to frequent transfer posting of vets and immunity and managing power of them of district and regional animal husbandry offices.  Unless a fair system of transfer posting is made the  frustration will keep coming to field vets. Immunity of peons is brought about by lust for money of many daho and rd in most of the places. This gives them courage to speak against their immediate officer.
However, if this department is functioning this is due to the passion and hard work of vets TVOs who work despite all odds. 

Monday, 29 April 2013

dogs are very prolific

march 10 , i have seen 10 pups of a doberman. Such a prolific animal. Now see if they sell 6 pups by rs. 3000 it fetches huge eighteen thousand rs. or more may be twenty five thousand.

Thursday, 17 May 2012

IAS Prelims General Studies Solved Question Paper I of 2011

IAS Prelims General Studies Solved Question Paper I of 2011

Wednesday, 11 January 2012

A vet wikipedia you may like

http://en.wikivet.net  this will take you to veterinary wikipedia page.

Monday, 13 September 2010

Syllabus of ARS NET

There will one paper with 200 marks with all objective type questions

of 2 1/2 (Two and half) hours duration. Out of 200 objective type

questions 50 questions shall be of General Knowledge derived from

the relevant broad seven main groups of Agriculture & Allied Sciences

as indicated in Annexure – II


 

1. Agricultural Sciences

2. Veterinary Sciences

3. Fisheries Sciences

4. Natural Resource Management

5. Social Sciences

6. Agricultural Engineering And Technology

7. Dairy Sciences And Technology


 

II. VETERINARY SCIENCES

Part A: (GENERAL KNOWLEDGE)

Historical developments in veterinary and animal sciences, Role of livestock sector in Indian

agriculture, Current scenario of livestock and poultry production, health and epidemiology of

diseases including emerging and exotic diseases, Knowledge on current issues and development

programmes, Constraints in animal production systems, International organizations, policies and

regulations on animal health, production and trade, Climate change and its effects on animals and

relationship, contemporary advances in research and development : Animal anatomy,

physiology, gynqeacology & obstetrics, veterinary clinical and preventive medicine, surgery &

radiology, bacteriology, virology, parasitology, veterinary public health, pathology,

immunology, pharmacology & toxicology, animal ethics & veterinary jurisprudence, animal

production, animal genetics & breeding, livestock products technology including dairy sciences,

poultry sciences and cutting –egde sciences such as biochemistry, biotechnology and its use for

growth of animal sciences.

Part B:

5. BASIC VETERINARY SCIENCES

Animal Cell – organelles and functions, Digestive physiology of ruminants & non-ruminants,

Animal systems and their physiology, Descriptive anatomy and histology, skeletal system,

Animal and fish Biotechnology, Biochemical processes, enzymes, vitamins, hormones, minerals,

Current developments in animal biochemistry, biotechnology and molecular biology, Techniques

in biochemistry including physiological & clinical biochemistry, nutritional biochemistry and

immunological biochemistry, Genetic engineering, cloning, process engineering, Embryo

transfer, hybridoma.

6. PARACLINICAL VETERINARY SCIENCES.

Importance of paraclinical sciences, Animal Health, General Bacteriology and Mycology,

Virology, Pathology, Parasitology, Animal and Avian diseases, Immunology, Molecular cell

biology and diagnostic technology, Veterinary Public Health issues, Epidemiology,

pharmacology, chemotherapy, Toxicology, Autocids, Endotoxicology and all paraclinical

Veterinary Sciences topics.

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7. CLINICAL VETERINARY SCIENCES.

Veterinary gynaecology and obstetrics, reproductive cycles in farm animals, Reproductive

endocrinology, Gestation and reproductive disorders and infertility in animals: Andrology, Male

fertility, Frozen semen technology, Artificial insemination, Assisted reproductive technologies,

micromanipulation of embryo, Animal surgery and radiology, anaesthesia, orthopastic surgery

and lameness, Thoracic surgery and surgery of other systems / organs, General agents of

veterinary medicine and preventative medicine, Gastroenterology, Diseases of cardio-vascular

and pulmonary systems, urinary and nervous systems. Legislations and veterinary jurisprudence,

common toxicities and deficiency problems and metabolic diseases, Food and environmental

hygiene.

8. ANIMAL PRODUCTION

Livestock production systems, changing trends, Mendelian genetics, cytogenetics, molecular /

biochemical / population / quantitative genetics, mating systems, Breeding methods in animals,

poultry, conservation of genetic resources, lab animal breeding, Animal nutrition, lactation, Feed

evaluation and feed processing, Breeding / feeding / reproduction management, shelter / health

management, Methiogenesis and interventions poultry science, animal / poultry product

technology and management. Livestock population dynamics in India, Animal production

systems, Adaptation, Breeding policies, different breeds, Nutritional requirement, Marketing of

livestock and their products.

Particulars of Candidate Appearing in ARS / NET Examination - 2010


Date of Examination 19th September 2010


Roll Number

:

290811170158

Applied for

:

BOTH

Prelim Exam. Centre

:

RANCHI

Prelim ARS/NET Discipline

:

ANIMAL PRODUCTION

Main Exam. Centre

:

PATNA

Main ARS Discipline

:

ANIMAL GENETICS AND BREEDING

Medium

:

ENGLISH




Name

:

AMIT KUMAR