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PUNJAB VETERINARY INSPECTOR Recruitment 2023 Notification Vacancy, 644 Post, exam Date, Syllabus and Previous Paper and complete online course

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PUNJAB VETERINARY INSPECTOR Recruitment 2023 Notification Vacancy, 644 Post, exam Date, Syllabus and Previous Paper and complete online course

PUNJAB VETERINARY INSPECTOR Recruitment 2023 Notification Vacancy, 644 Post, exam Date, Syllabus and Previous Paper and complete online course

Punjab veterinary inspector recruitment 2023 Notification out 644

Subordinate Services Selection Board, Punjab

S.S.S.Board, Punjab

Van Bhawan Sector-68 Mohali.

sister letter

Subordinate Services Selection Board, Punjab has issued advertisement No. 17 of 2022 dated 09.12.2022

and dated 09.10.2023 through various newspapers and on the website of the Board, through which according to

the demand letter received from the Department of Animal Husbandry, Punjab, Veterinary Online applications

were invited from eligible candidates to fill 254 posts of Inspector. Now the Animal Husbandry Department, Punjab has

amended this demand letter through letter no: 689, dated 06/03/2023, according to which the number of vacancies of

Veterinary Inspector has increased to 644. The category wise distribution of these total 644 vacancies is as follows:-

punjab veterinary inspector vacancy
punjab veterinary inspector vacancy

2. Those candidates who had applied earlier regarding these vacancies but due to some reason

could not deposit the fee, those candidates can also pay their fee.

3. Now, giving the opportunity to the eligible candidates to apply online, the

date of application is extended as follows :-

Re-opening date for applying online :-      14.03.2023

Last date to apply online :-                  27.03.2023

Last date for submission of online fee:-    30.03.2023

punjab veterinary inspector syllabus 

ਅਧੀਨ ਸੇਵਾਵਾਂ ਚੋਣ ਬੋਰਡ, ਪੰਜਾਬ
S.S.S. BOARD, PUNJAB
ਵਣ ਕੰਪਲੈਕਸ, ਸੈਕਟਰ-68 ਮੋਹਾਲੀ
ਜਨਤਕ ਨੋਟਿਸ
Plan for Written Examination (Advertisement No.14 of 2021)
Proposed Structure and Syllabus for conduct of Written Test for Recruitment to the post of
Veterinary Inspector
Note-
1.This examination will be an OMR based objective type Multiple Choice
Question Paper.
2. Each question will carry 1 mark.
3. 1/4th mark will be deducted for wrong answer.

punjab veterinary inspector syllabus
punjab veterinary inspector syllabus

Note: 1. The distribution of marks/question in each section is indicative & may
vary slightly.
II. The syllabus is broadly classified as above but may vary to some
extent.

Annexure – I
Subject Specific Syllabus for conduct of Written Test for Recruitment to the post of
Veterinary Inspector
1. Elementary Animal Husbandry
Common breeds of cattle. buffalo, sheep, goat, pig, horse and poultry; Animal production systems:
Principles of housing for farm animals: Routine managements practices for various categories of
livestock (calves, heifers, pregnant and lactating animals etc.) and sick animals; Introduction to
methods of castration: Milking techniques: Clean milk production concept, significance and factors
affecting clean milk production: Sanitation and hygiene practices; Routine farm practices including
wallowing, watering and bathing; Record keeping and responsibilities of veterinary inspector/ para-
veterinarian: waste management, Identification techniques in animals, Bio-security methods at
livestock farm.
2. Elementary Livestock Handling
An overview of animal behavior, Common tools used for animal control; Methods of restrain and
handling of animals; Dentition, Farrier practices and shoeing. Hoaf trimming in bovine: Prevention of
cruelty to animals, Preparing animals for show/animal fair.
3. Elementary Animal Nutrition
Principles of animal nutrition: Digestive systems including rumination; Nutritional important of
carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals and water; Common feeds and fodders: Scientific
feeding and feeding schedule for different categories of livestock: Colostrums feeding- How, when
and why to feed colostrums to calves? Feeding practice of cow & buffalo-Ration balancing: Anti
nutritional factors; Feed additives: Hay and Silcge making. Precautions in the storage of feed and
fodder.
4. Basic Computer Applications
Knowledge about the computer accessories. Use of computer in handling and presenting veterinary
and livestock data. Working in Windows operating system. Working with MS Word. Spreadsheets using
MS Excel, Graphics and MS Power Point. Internet and World Wide Web, E-mail and internet services;
Computer viruses, antivirus. Practice in Farm dala recording.
5. Elementary Anatomy and Physiology of Animals
Introduction to anatomy and physiology of musculoskeletal, digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory,
nervous, excretory, male and female reproductive and endocrine system: Mammary glands of
domestic animals; Body cavities (Thoracic, abdominal and Pelvic) and its related organs. Basic
physiological parameters of domestic animals.
6. Elementary Pharmacology
Introduction to Pharmacology. Nature and sources of drugs: Routes of drug administration; Dosage
forms: Pharmaceutical processes; Handling of hazardous substances: Common antiseptics and
disinfectants: Weights and measures; Pharmacy calculations: Classification of important drugs:
Important Indigenous and allopathic drugs.
7. Elementary Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Heath
Introduction to epidemiology, surveillance, and monitoring of common seasonal infectious diseases
like Brucellosis, Rabies. Cysticercosis, TB, JD. Anthrax, FMD. Food borne pathogens, Public health
considerations: Common zoonoses and their management: Disposal of cadaver: Concept of
contagious, notitiable diseases and outbreaks.
8. Elementary Poultry Science
Poultry types-Layer. Brailer; Common breeds/strains of poultry: Meat and egg productivity, and
production. Different housing/rearing systems; Management of layer and broiler farm: Brooding:
Hatchery routines: Cleaning of poultry sheds and litter management; Bic-security: Feeding and
poultry ration: Introduction to common poultry diseases: Vaccination.
9. Elementary Animal Husbandry Extension
Extension in rural welfare; Community development and rural sociology: Principles and objectives of
veterinary and animal husbandry extension; Qualities of extension worker: Extension teaching
methods: Extension and training programmers. Duties of veterinary inspectar/ para-veterinarian;
Communication tools and Role of media, Set-up of Animal Husbandry Department. Record
maintenance at Veterinary Hospital, Government schemes for farmers benefits.
10. Elementary Animal Reproduction
Female genitalia

11. Elementary Andrology and Artificial Insemination
Study of male genitalia and gonads: Puberty, Methods of semen collection and storage: Handling of
fresh/frozen semen; Artificial insemination including optimum time of Al: Diseases transmitted through
semen.
12. Elementary Parasitology
Introduction to common parasites I.e.. protozoo (Theileria, Babesia. Anaplasma and Trypanosomes).
Tremetodes (Liver flukes, amphistomes and lung flukes), cestodes (Moneizia, Dipylidiumcaninum.
Taehiasis, Hydatid cyst), nematodes (Toxocare. Hemonchus, Lung worm, filarial nematodes etc) and
arthropods [Flies. Ticks, Mites, Fleas and myiasis) in livestock: Economic importance of parasitic
diseases of livestock.
13. Procurement, Handling and Testing of milk
History of dairy development in India. Three tier structure of dairy cooperative. An introduction to
Indian dairy industry with special reference to dairy sector in Punjab. Milk- definition, its composition,
factors affecting the quality of milk and standards. Milk collection systems and its handling
[transportation, reception and storage). Platform tests for quality analysis of milk. Important sanitary
and hygienic practices for milk handling. Cleaning and its importance. Introduction to common
detergents & sanitary agents. Milk pricing system and its concept.
14. Basic Livestock Health Management
Introduction to common diseases of livestock: Hemorrhagic Septicaemia. Brucellosis, Tuberculosis.
Foot and Mouth disease. Rabies. Johne’s disease, Glancers. Theileriosis, Classical swine fever, etc..
Insecticide toxicities. Preventive health measures for bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases in various
species.
15. Veterinary Hospital Maintenance
Maintenance of case record and lig books of scheduled drugs Basic accounting: Preparation of bills.
and maintenance of consumable and non-consumable stock of hospital; History taking. Prescription
reading and dispensing of drugs. Preparation of animals for surgical operation: Care and
maintenance of surgical, anesthetic and other common equipments: Assisting veterinary surgeon in
post operative care; Hospital hygiene. Sterilization of operation theatro: Surgical pack and surgical
instruments: Types of suture material, Categorization of biomedical waste, its disposal as per pollution
control board regulations.
16. Elementary Veterinary Medicine
Introduction to digestive, respiratory, urinary and production systems and their diseases (Milk fever,
Ketosis; Haemoglobinuria): Preliminary knowledge about indigestion, bloat, constipation, diarrhea,
aspiration pneumonia and urinary incontinence, Mastitis: Common mineral and vitamin deficiencies.
Hoof care.
17. Elements of Wound care and Management
Wound causes, classification; Types of wound dressings; Basic concepts of abscess, ulcers.
haematoma, cyst, tumor and hernia: Clinical use of antiseptics, fly repellents, anti-maggot etc.: First
aid in sick animals including fracture cases. Management of bloat; Hoof care.
18. Basic Clinical Pathology and Laboratory techniques
Handling of laboratory equipment, glassware and chemicals: Cleaning and sterilizing of laboratory
wares: Basic microscopy principles: Blood collection techniques: Use of anticoagulants; Serum and
plasma separation: Urine collection, preservation and common physical and chemical tests:
Collection, preservation and dispatch of tissues for histopathology, Protocols for necropsy of
mammals and poultry birds.
19. Practical On-Farm/Farmer’s Door Training
Handling, management practices of Dairy farm. Stud Farm, Poultry Farm. Piggery Farm, Sheep and
Goat farm, Routine farm operations including vaccination etc. Communication with farmers: Use of
audio and visual aids for training fof farmers: Organizing farmer interactions. Extension programmes
viz. Kisan Mela, Livestock shows. Animal markets and Animal welfare camps.
20. Practical In-Clinics Training
Handling and dealing with sick animals. Record keeping: History taking: Sampling of body
fluid/tissues: Medication: Pos-operative management of surgical patients: Care of pregnant animals;
Vaccination: Preparation of solutions, lotions, tinctures, ointments, mixtures (carminatives, laxatives,
purgatives, febrifuge etc.) Electuaries etc.
21. Practical Lab/Hospital Training
Handling of laboratory equipment: Methodology for transporting various samples to laboratory for
examination; Blood smear preparation; Staining; Complete blood count; Serum and plasma
separation; Preservations of serum, plasma and fissues; Urine examination; Preparation of smears for
faecal examination.
22. Practical Bull Centre Training
Management of breeding bull; preparation of dummy; Artificial vagina preparation; Preparation of
extenders; Handling of chilled and frozen semen, Storage of semen; Handling of liquid nitrogen
including its containers; Artificial insemination; Record keeping

ONLINE COURSE PUNJAB VETERINARY INSPECTOR 

Punjab SSSB Veterinary Inspector (english medium)

This app Can be used on android mobile AND  iPhone For iPhone you have to download classplus first and then insert this code in it (XMBUC)

This online course is based on the entire course of PSSSB Veterinary Inspector (english medium) This special online course has been prepared keeping the facilities of the students in focus.

This course is now digitally designed than before Recorded video classes – All classes under this course will be available on record.

This means that first we will record the class of doctors of different subjects, then we will make it available to you. Our purpose behind doing this is to make all the classes available to the students without any hindrance So that they can take proper advantage of this course. The following are the major benefits of recorded video classes You can now view your online classes anytime at your convenience. Video Quality | Available from low to high.

👉 You can also watch videos in offline mode by downloading.

👉 Video classes as well as a PDF of that class, E-notes, quizzes etc. will all be available at once.

👉 You can watch the video by increasing or decreasing the speed as per your convenience. अध्ययन Studies by eminent experts. You can watch the demo lectures of all these teachers by searching on the Youtube channel of New Udaan classes.

👉 1. Veterinary Science-Dr. Rakesh Pooniya, Dr. SURESH SIR Dr. Gaurav Sir Dr. DD Goyal sir Of course this online The validity will last for 1 years from the day of purchase of the course.

👉 Unlimited feature of watching video recordings – You can watch video recordings of the course as many times as you like. This app Can be used on android mobile or iPhone For iPhone you have to download classplus first and then insert this code in it (XMBUC) NEW UDAAN CLASSES Fees will not be refunded after purchasing this course

 

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