Animal Husbandry Assistant Posts Vacancies AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment 2019 Details

Animal Husbandry Assistant Posts Vacancies AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment 2019 Details
Applications are invited online for recruitment to the posts falling under Animal Husbandry Assistant for a total of 9800 vacancies Scheme of exmanination for Andhra Pradesh Grama Sachivalayam Animal Husbandry Assistant Posts Selection Procedure Syllabus for Recruitment exam

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AP Grama/Ward  Sachivalayam Post Name
Notification
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Village Horticulture Assistant
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Village Welfare and Education Assistant
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Mahila Police Women and Child Welfre Assistant
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AP Grama  Sachivalayam VRO Posts
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Panchayat Secretary and Digital Assistant
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Animal Husbandry Assistant
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Scheme of Examination and Syllabus
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How to Apply for AP Grama Sachivalayam Posts
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Animal Husbandry Assistant Posts Vacancies AP Grama Sachivalayam Recruitment 2019 Details  Applications are invited online for recruitment to the posts falling under Animal Husbandry Assistant for a total of 9800 vacancies Scheme of exmanination for Andhra Pradesh Grama Sachivalayam Animal Husbandry Assistant Posts Selection Procedure Syllabus for Recruitment exam

AP Grama Sachivalayam Animal Husbandry Asst Vacancies



Post Code


Age as on
Scale of Pay
Name of the Post
No. of Vacancies
01/07/2019





No







Min.- Max.






















Animal Husbandry Assistant



Rs.14600/-










9800
18-42 Yrs


to



(AHA)















Rs.44870/-



















ELIGIBILITY
He / She is of sound health, active habits and free from any bodily defect or infirmity rendering him / her unfit for such service:,
His / Her character and antecedents are such as to qualify him / her for such service:,
He /She possesses the academic and other qualifications prescribed for the post: and
He/ She is a citizen of Andhra Pradesh

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS
A candidate should possess the academic qualifications prescribed, if any, for the post as on the date of the notification for direct recruitment issued by the concerned recruiting agency.

1)Two years Animal Husbandry Polytechnic Course conducted by Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati,

OR

2)) Intermediate Vocational course in Dairying and Poultry Sciences as one of the subjects of study / two years Poultry Diploma Course conducted by the Polytechnic College

Ramachandrapuram of Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati etc., / two years Intermediate Vocational Course in Multi Purpose Veterinary Assistant (MPVA) as per the provisions of GO MS No:34 Dtd.13-09-2013 of AHDDF (AHII) Dept.

“ Provided that the candidates selected with the qualifications in clause (2) shall undergo one year departmental training in Veterinary Assistant course to be conducted by Director of Animal Husbandry and those who have successfully completed the said training shall be appointed as the
AHA post”

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PROCEDURE OF SELECTION:
The selection of candidates for appointment to the posts shall be based on the merit in the Written examination (Conventional)
The minimum qualifying marks for consideration of a candidate to the selection process are 40% for OCs, 35% for BCs, and 30% for SCs, STs and PHs or as per rules. In the event of Schedule Caste & Schedule Tribe candidates not coming up for selection with the existing minimum prescribed for selection in the competitive examination their selection shall be considered on the basis of rank with reference to their performance in the written and / or oral competitive examination irrespective of the marks secured.
Mere securing of minimum qualifying marks does not confer any right to the candidate for being considered to the selection.
Where the candidates get equal number of marks in the Examination if two or more candidates get equal total number of marks, those candidates shall be bracketed. Candidates within the same bracket shall then be ranked 1, 2, 3 etc., according to age i.e., oldest being considered for admission. In case there is tie in age, the person who possesses educational qualification at earlier date would be considered. However, where the preferential educational qualification is prescribed, the educational qualification will take priority over the age while ranking the candidates with equal marks.
With regard to situation where there is deletion of questions, if any, from any paper, scaling (proportionate increase) would be done for that particulars part of the paper to the maximum marks prescribed for the paper and the marks would be rounded off to 2 decimals to determine the merit of the candidate.
While the Department calls for preference of candidates in respect of posts, Multi Zones, zones etc., in the application form, it is hereby clarified that the said preferences are only indicative for being considered to the extent possible but not binding or limiting the Department’s powers under Article 315 and 320 of the Constitution of India. Therefore, the Commission has the power to assign a candidate to any of the notified posts for which he is considered to be qualified and eligible, subject to fulfilling the selection criterion. Mere claim of preference for any Zone for allotment against vacancy does not confer a right to selection for that Zone in particular or any Zone in general.
The appointment of selected candidates will be subject to their being found medically fit in the appropriate medical classification, and if he/she is of sound health, active habits and free from any bodily defect or infirmity.

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ANSWER KEY AND MARKS: Answer key (Prelims) would be published on the website and marks of each candidate are also displayed on website. No separate memorandum of marks would be issued.

SCHEME OF EXAMINATIONWRITTEN EXAMINATION (OBJECTIVE TYPE)


Subject
No. of

Duration
Maximum

Questions

Minutes
Marks










(Objective Type)




This paper consists of (2)




parts i.e., A carries 50 marks




B carries 100 marks









A.  General Studies
50 Questions

50 Minutes
50 marks






B.  Subject related to ANIMAL
100 Questions
100 Minutes
100 marks
HUSBANDRY










N.B: 1. NEGATIVE MARKS: As per G.O. Ms. No.235 Finance (HR-I, Plg & Policy) Dept.,Dt.06/12/2016, for each wrong answer will be penalized with 1/4th of the marks prescribed for the question.

2.                       weightage will be given to those working with department on contractual basis who were recruited through a process of open notification when due process is followed in the selection without relaxation on educational qualifications, ROR followed and 6 point formula was observed in the selection process as per presidential rules
COMMON SYLLABUS PRESCRIBED FOR THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION TO BE
CONDUCTED FOR ANIMAL HUSBANDRY ASSISTANT POSTS IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY
DEPARTMENT

1. Basics in Veterinary anatomy and Physiology:

Major bones and joints of Animals, Important organs & functions of Digestive, Respiratory, Circulatory, Urinary, Genital, Nervous and endocrine system.

2.Infectious Diseases of Livestock Poultry:

Characteristics of different infectious agents, Bacteria, Virus, parasite (external & Internal), Transmission of diseases of Livestock poultry

Bacterial Diseases: Anthrax, HS, BQ, Mastitis, TB, JD, Brucellosis, Pullorum Disease, fowl Cholera.

Viral: PPR, FMD, POX, Rabies, RD, IB, ILT, Gambaro.

Parasitic: Ascariasis, strongylosis, amphistomiasis, mange, ticks, lice.

Fungal: Ring Worm, Vaccines for infectious diseases

General hygiene prevention & control measures of infectious diseases of livestock & poultry

3.Veterinary Pharmacy:

Drugs, forms, weighing, measuring (units) routes of administration of drugs, oral parenteral ( SC, IM, IV) Forms of drugs – Powders, mixtures, lotion, ointment, paste, tablet, electuary, enema, tinctures, bolus, emulsion, Standards of drug manufacturing I.P, B.P., B.Vet.C.,
4. Fundamentals of Animal reproduction and Gynaecology:

Genital  organs  of  different  livestock  species,  sexual  maturity,  estrus  cycle,  gestation,  pregnancy

diagnosis, parturition, infertility and sterility and their treatment, common reproductive disorders –

Dystocia & Retention of placenta

5. Basics in artificial insemination:

Advantages of AI, Preparation of AV, Semen collection, Management of Frozen ‘semen, Handling f

liquid nitrogen container, detection of heat in different livestock, insemination techniques, precautions

for successful AI, follow up of AI

6. Basics in Surgery:

General surgical conditions – abscesses, wounds, fractures. Antiseptics & disinfectants. Pre-operative &Post operative surgical care. Surgical pack preparation. Sterilisation techniques. Castration & different bandaging techniques.

7. Fundamentals of Veterinary Medicine:

Definition of Health, disease, symptoms. Physical & clinical examination of animals. Collection of History. General Diagnosis, treatment and control of diseases of gastrointestinal tract, liver, respiratory system, skin, Uro-genital tract, nervous system, metabolic and deficiency diseases 8. Introduction of Veterinary Biologicals and Vaccines:

Veterinary Biologicals and their importance in Veterinary practice.Handling & storage of various Biologicals. Vaccination schedule for livestock and poultry.

9. Veterinary First Aid and clinical Management:

Restraining of various Livestock species. Registration of cases. History taking, Recording of Body temperature, pulse and respiration. Methods of medication, (Oral and Parental) First aid measures in emergency cases. Collection & dispatch of clinical samples.

10. Analytical Laboratory Techniques:Common equipment for laboratory analysis, guidelines for handling chemicals & equipment, disposal of laboratory wastes. Sampling and sample preparation for chemical analysis.

11. Laboratory Diagnostic Techniques – I Sterilisation techniques of laboratory chemicals and glass ware. Media preparation, sero diagnosis – antigen, antibody.

12. Laboratory Diagnostic Techniques – II

Collection, preservation & dispatch of various materials for parasitological examination – Skin scrapings, etc.

13. Dairy Management: Importance of Milk – Advantages of Dairy farming important breeds of cattle & Buffaloes. Important exotic dairy cattle.Importance of cross breeding. Advantages of cross bred cows and upgrading of buffaloes. Ideal dairy animals. Dairy Farm practices. Feeding and Management of different classes of dairy animals. Milking methods. Clean Milk production. Importance of Colostrum. Housing of dairy animals. Identification of Dairy animals. Package of practices in calf rearing. Heifer rearing. Management of high yielding cows and buffaloes. Composition and Chemical properties of milk. Farm records and their maintenance. Bio gas production. Economics of Dairy Farming. Role of Milk co-operatives. Milk Chilling, Pasteurisation in milk – Important products. Marketing of dairy cattle, milk & milk products, important dairy products.

14. Principles of management of Meat animals Importance of meat producing animals – sheep, goat, swine and rabbits.Popular breeds of sheep, goat & swine and their characters.Breeding.Mating practices, feeding and general management & guidelines.Care and management of pregnant & lactating animals.Rearing of lambs, kids and piglets.Housing of sheep, goat, & swine.Debugging, docking, castration, vaccination, deworming, deticking in meat animals – Marketing of Live meat animals – Livestock insurance.

15. Livestock Farm Management:

Livestock farming vs mixed farming, record keeping, farm inventory marketing of Livestock & Livestock products, distribution channels, organisation of co-operative societies.

16. Principles of Livestock feeding: Importance of feeding – classification of feeds and fodders – importance of cultivated fodder & legumes, roughages & concentrates – chaffing of fodder- preparation of concentrate mixture – Formulation of rations- fodder conservation (Hay & Silage making) – common crop residues in animal feeding. Important fodder trees. Animal feeding & drought and natural calamities
– storage feeds – Thumb rules for Livestock feeding – Urea treated paddy straw.

17. Basics of Pet & Zoo animals management :

Common pet animals and their utility, common breeds of dogs, handling & restraining of pet animals Feeding & Management of dogs, important zoo animals - care, management & health cover of zoo animals Vaccination schedule, deworming – administration of medicines in different routes in dogs and cats

18. Avian Hatchery Management: Layout of Hatchery- incubators- setters – Hatchery incubation – management. Hatching eggs – Collection , selection and storage – fumigation – requirement of incubation – temperature, humidity , ventilation, turning candling of eggs – sexing , vaccination, grading of chicks, dubbing and toy clipping.

19. Poultry Management:Advantages of Poultry farming – present status of poultry industry – different breeds – system of poultry rearing – advantages and disadvantages – poultry farm equipment – breeding management – feeding and management of different classes of poultry – feed supplements - additives – mixing of poultry feeds – measure of sanitation – disinfection and disease control – Reconstitution of vaccine and their preservation – routes of vaccination – designing of vaccination program – litter management – handling of eggs. Farm records – record keeping. Feeding management of other avian species. Economics of poultry farming ( Layers& Broilers) –Marketing of poultry eggs and chicken meat

20. Basics in Meat production & Handling :Importance of meat yielding animals – Selection of ideal meat animals – optimum for slaughter – common instruments used to handle meat animals – dressing percentage- transportation of meat animals – care during transport – pre-slaughter handling – methods of slaughter – major cuts and their yields – components of abattoir – optimum facilities principles of meat preservation – ageing of differing species of Livestock.


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