UPPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 Advertisement 1/2020-2021 Exam Pattern

UPPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 Advertisement 1/2020-2021 Exam Pattern

UPPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 Uttar Pradesh PSC Veterinary Medical Officer Syllabus 2021 UPPSC Veterinary MO Written Exam 2021 UPPSC Various Posts Written Exam Pattern 2021 How to Prepare Selection Process for UPPSC Advertisement. No. 1/2020-2021

UPPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021

Advertisement No. 1/2020-2021

Latest Update Date 10.11.2021: UPPSC has released the Detailed Syllabus of Veterinary Medical Officer against Advertisement No. 1/2020-2021, Date: 05/09/2020. Check more details from below…

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About UPPSC Veterinary Officer Recruitment:

Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission (UPPSC) The recruitment process has started for 610 posts of Veterinary Medical Officer and various other posts under Animal Husbandry Department. UP 1/2020-2021 against advertisement no. All the interested candidates filled their online application form for these posts from 05 September 2020 to 05 October 2020. Candidates can check more details from the link given below……

About Exam:

Selected qualified candidates will be called for written test. The exam date will be made available separately on the official website of UPPSC. Candidates can check more details from below.

Nowadays the level of competition has become very high so competitive exams become very difficult. Aspirants facing the serious problem of “What to prepare” and “How to prepare” to give their best in their exam. So, here we are providing the latest syllabus and exam pattern.

Selection Process :

Exam Pattern:

The exam pattern of the written exam is as follows:-

  • Examination screening will be written test.
  • There will be 120 questions in the exam and each question will be of 2.5 marks.
    • 40 questions will be from General Studies and
    • 80 questions will be from Veterinary Medical Science.
  • The exam will be of 300 marks.
  • The exam will be based on subjects related to medical knowledge.
  • There are four options for answering each question. For each question for which a wrong answer has been given by the candidate, one-third (0.33) of the marks assigned to that question will be deducted as penalty.

Exam Syllabus:

The exam syllabus for the exam is given below:-

general Studies

genetics and animal breeding – the role of livestock in the national economy; Livestock and milk production statistics;
protection of germplasm; breeds of cattle, buffalo, goat sheep, pig and poultry; inbreeding coefficient; Methods of selection, methods and system of reproduction; Sir appraisal; current livestock and poultry breeding policies and programs in the state and country; Collection, evaluation, dilution and preservation of semen, methods of AI; Qualitative and Quantitative Characteristics.

animal treatment – Immunization and vaccination; principles and methods of vaccination; Vaccination program of cattle, buffalo, sheep, goat, dog and poultry; classification of diseases; Diseases of Cattle, Buffalo, Sheep, Goat, Pig, Dog Cat, Horse and Poultry: Etiology, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention and Control of Various Diseases like HS, Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheus, BQ, Anthrax, Mastitis, Tuberculosis, / John disease, FMD, RP, cow pox, milk fever,
Hypophosphatemia, Downer Cow syndrome, ketosis, actinobacilliosis, actinomycosis, theleriosis, babesiosis, trypanosomiasis, nodular dermatitis,. Tympany/Bloat, Naval Sick, Ranikhet Disease, Fowl Pox, Foul Typhoid, Pullorum Disease, Coccidiosis, Avian Leukosis Complex, Swine Fever, Ehrlichiosis, Gastritis, GDV, Rabies, Canine Distemper Glanders, Strangles, African Horse Sickness of Guttural Pouchoma, Empaise , PPR, swine erysipelas, short-term fever, blue tongue, sheep pox, goat pox, clostridial infection, foot rot, pneumonia.

veterinary parasitology – modes of transmission of parasites and modes of transmission of infectious stages of parasites; General control measures against parasites; Life cycle, modes of transmission, pathogenesis, epidemiology, diagnosis and management of common shivering, ruminant, horse, dog and poultry nematodes. Important morphological features, life cycle, modes of transmission, pathogenesis, diagnosis and general control measures (including chemo- and immunoprophylaxis) of the following protozoan parasites of epidemiological, veterinary and zoonotic importance: Leishmania, Trypanosoma, Trichomonas, Anaplasma, Pyroplasma, Coccidia and Coccidiosis of poultry and domestic animals. Mange, the general life cycle of arthropods with morphological characteristics of their developmental stages. Important morphological features, general bionomics, vector potential, pathogenesis and control of various arthropods affecting animals and birds.

veterinary public health – Zoonosis: Classification, definition, role of animals and birds in transmission of zoonotic diseases. Zoonosis prevention and control measures.

veterinary jurisprudence – rules and regulations for the improvement of animals and animal products; Materials and methods for the collection, preservation and dispatch of specimens (morbid material) for veterinary examination; Duties and Role of Veterinarians in Slaughterhouses to provide meat in hygienic condition.

Expansion – Purpose, concept and principle of extension; Methods adopted for educating farmers in rural conditions; Transfer of technology and its response, problems and barriers to transfer of technology in animal husbandry programs for rural development.

animal nutrition – digestion of feed in ruminants and non-ruminants; Nutrient requirements for maintenance and production. Nutrients and their functions in the animal body. Classification of feed ingredients; Principles of rationing and calculation of remaining rations. Preservation of fodder in the form of hay and silage; Treatment of poor quality roughage, the role of vitamins and enzymes in digestion; Minerals: Source, Deficiency Diseases; Vitamins: sources, functions and deficiency syndromes. The role of hormones in production and reproduction; feed supplements and feed additives; Use of probiotics and prebiotics in dairy cattle and poultry nutrition; Feeding of animals under stress, pre- and post-delivery feeding of calves, heifers, bullocks and cows/buffaloes; Feed requirement and formulation for layers and broilers. Chelated nutrient and its role in animal nutrition.

animal physiology physiology of the digestive and respiratory systems, physiology of the excretory and endocrine systems physiology of reproduction, lactation and growth; ways to control stress due to temperature during summer and winter; Digestion and absorption of carbohydrates, proteins and fats in ruminants and non-ruminants. Physiology of male and female reproductive organs; Milk secretion and physiology of milk deficiency.

cattle breeding – Collection, evaluation, dilution and preservation of semen; deep frozen semen, semen diluent, sex sorted semen; AI technology; estrous cycle, synchronization of estrus, anestrus, repeat breeding, abortion, torsion, dystocia, mummification estrus detection, maceration, cervicovaginal prolapse, uterine torsion, retention of placenta, pregnancy diagnosis, obstetric mutation; pathological diseases of the ovaries, uterine tubes, uterus, cervix, vagina and external genitalia; Caesarean section in small and large animals; Postpartum care of dam and newborn in different species of farm and domesticated animals. ETT; diagnosis of infertility in male animals; induced breastfeeding.

lpm – Comparison of dairy farming in India with developed countries. Dairy: Commercial dairy farming under mixed and specialized system, starting an organized dairy farm, factors determining efficiency of dairy animals, herd recording, budgeting; housing of dairy cattle and poultry; Management of Livestock: Dairy calves, heifers, milkers, bullocks; maintenance of records; Methods and principles of milking system, economics of dairy and poultry farming. Common management problems of cattle, sheep, goats, pigs and poultry. Gokul Mission, Atmanirbhar Role of Livestock in India. Management of producers, broilers, layers and breeders.

LPT – production of clean milk; procurement and transportation of milk; Homogenization, pasteurization and sterilization of milk. The process of post-mortem and post-mortem of meat animals. meat processing; meat derivatives; Preservation of meat.

Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology – General Aspects of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology; antimicrobial, antifungal, antitubercular, anticancer, anthelmintic, antiprotozoal agent; ectoparasiticides; Treatment and antidote for various poisons in animals caused by metals, non-metals, poisonous plants, venomous bites and stings and agricultural chemicals. Pharmacology of indigenous medicinal plants.

Veterinary surgery and radiology – Sterilization and disinfection, types of suture material and suture pattern, definition, diagnosis and treatment of wound, abscess, tumor, cyst, hernia, burn, scab, frost bite, sinus and fistula. general pre-anesthetic and anesthetic drugs; Etiology, clinical signs and management of esophageal obstruction, salivary fistula, urethral obstruction, diaphragmatic hernia, traumatic pericarditis, ruminal impingement, painful reticulitis, omasal and abomasal impingement, abomasal dislocation, atresia ani and rectovaginal fistula; castration and vasectomy in large and small animals; Surgical attachment of udder and teat. Bovine lameness: soleus ulcer, septic laminitis, upward fixation of the patella, and interdigital fibroma. Laparotomy, rumenotomy, cystotomy, enterotomy. epidural and paravertebral block; Shock. Fluid therapy. Fractures: classification, management of fractures in small and large animals. Hip dysplasia, arthritis, cruciate ligament rupture in the dog. Lameness in the horse: classification, conformation, stringhalt, laminitis, quitter, pyramidal disease, canker, ring bone, hygroma, spavin. Canine breast tumor, CTVT, intestinal obstruction, intussusception, tail docking. Surgical diseases of the eyes, ears and horns. General preanesthetics and general anesthetics used in animals.

veterinary pathology Introduction, purpose, pre-neutosis guidelines, procedure for postmortem of different species of animals including wild animals, changes in postmortem. Writing postmortem reports, animal-legal autopsy, animal-legal wounds. pathology of various types of tumors in domestic animals; Interpretation of blood tests and urine analysis. Pathology methods of commonly used diagnostic tests for bacterial, viral, fungal, mycoplasmal and parasitic diseases in animals.

last word:

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