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PPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021

Finally, you have landed on the right page to get PPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 along with Exam Pattern which is required to begin the preparation. PPSC VO Syllabus 2021 consists of detailed topics covered for the forthcoming written exam. As per the latest update, the written exam is going to be held in April 2022. Punjab Public Service Commission will select the candidates only by checking their merit performance in the Written Exam, Interview. In order to get more information, you can continue to read this full All India Jobs article. With proper planning and preparation, only you can give the best, clear the recruitment rounds conducted by the higher officials.

Brief details of PPSC VO Syllabus 2021

Commission Name Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC)
Name of Post Veterinary Officer
Total Vacancies 353 Posts
Selection Process Written Exam, Interview
Type of Job Punjab Govt Jobs
Work Location Punjab
Date of Advt 18th November 2021
Initial Date to Apply 10th December 2021
Last Date to Apply  20th December 2021
Category  PPSC Syllabus
Official Website  www.ppsc.gov.in

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PPSC Exam Pattern 2021 for Veterinary Officer (VO) Posts

Selection Round No of Questions No of Marks
Written Competitive Examination 120 480
Interview 60
Total Marks 540

Written Exam Pattern

  • Each question carries 4 marks
  • For each incorrect answer, 1 mark will be deducted from the total marks
  • The duration of the test would be 2 hours
  • The written examination is a Pen & Paper-based Test
S.No. Topic No. of Questions Marks (Each Question carries 4 marks) Type of Questions
01 Questions from the Subject 100 400 MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
02 Questions from Logical Reasoning, Mental ability, and General Knowledge 20 80 MCQs (Multiple Choice Questions)
Total 120 480

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Punjab PSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021

We have shared all the topics of the PPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 for candidates’ easy reference purposes. All the candidates are advised to start the preparation as soon as possible by checking the Punjab Public Service Commission VO Syllabus, Punjab PSC Veterinary Officer Previous Papers along with PPSC Exam Pattern provided on this page. Keep checking this page to get the latest updates on the Punjab VO Written Examination.

Latest PPSC Syllabus 2021 – General Knowledge & Current Affairs

  • Environment issues
  • Economic issues.
  • Polity issues.
  • Science and Technology.
  • History of India with special reference to Indian freedom struggle movement
  • History of Punjab- 14th century onwards.
  • Any other current issues.

PPSC Veterinary Officer Syllabus 2021 – Logical Reasoning & Mental Ability

  • Basic numerical skills, numbers, magnitudes, percentage, numerical relation appreciation.
  • Logical reasoning, analytical and mental ability
  • Data analysis, Graphic presentation charts, tables, spreadsheets.

Syllabus for PPSC VO Written Examination – Subject Knowledge

Animal Breeding and Genetics Aids to selection. Methods of selection. Sire index. Classification of mating systems. Breeding methods. Inbreeding and outbreeding – types, merits, demerits, genetics consequences, and their application in animal improvement. Importance of breeding records in farm animals and their standardization.
Animal Nutrition Importance of grasslands and fodders in livestock production. Various types of fodder crops are utilized in the state. Preparation and conservation of green-fodders. Rations for scarcity periods. Anti-nutritional components of feeds and fodders. Feed additives, feed processing. Requirements and recommended allowances of protein, energy, and minerals for maintenance.
Livestock Production and Management Role of dairying in India. Dairy development schemes in the country. Common animal husbandry terms. Body conformation and methods of identification. Breeds and economic traits of cattle, buffalo, horse, pig, and camel. Colour and markings (as per RWTCI) of horses. Common vices in the horse, poultry, and dogs; their prevention and care. Dentition and aging of animals. Feeding, care, and management of newborn, young stock, dry, pregnant, and milking cattle, buffalo, horse, and pig.
Livestock Products Technology Composition of milk. Factors affecting yield and quality of milk. Physical and chemical properties of milk. Principles involved in pasteurization, homogenization, and dehydration. Preparation of various concentrated and dehydrated milk products. Preparation of butter, ghee, khoa, lassi, curd, ice cream, and cheese. Legal and ISI standards of milk and milk products.
Veterinary Anatomy Topographic anatomy and gross anatomical structures are involved in the clinical examination and surgical interferences of importance in large and small animals. Radiographic anatomy of various regions of domestic animals.
Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry Physiology of digestion, circulation, respiration, and excretion in ruminants and simple stomach animals. Endocrine glands and their hormones –classification. the general mode of action and regulation of hormones. Structural and functional organization of mammary glands, hormonal control of mammary growth, lactogenesis, and galactopoiesis. The reaction of animals to different environmental variations and temperatures.
Veterinary Microbiology Development of immune system, humoral, and cellular immune responses. Antigens: Definition, specificity, azoprotein, heterophil, and blood group antigens. Antibodies: Chemical and physical properties, electrophoresis, structure, and function of immunoglobulins. Serological reactions.
Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology Anticonvulsants, opioid agonists and antagonists, antipyretics, steroids, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Commonly used emollients, demulcents, stomachics, prokinetics, antiemetics, antiulcer, carminatives, antizymotics, purgatives, antidiarrhoeals, antihypertensives, diuretics, urinary acidifiers, urinary alkalizer, ecbolics, cardiac glycosides, vasodilators, coagulants, anticoagulants, antihistaminics, expectorants, mucolytics, antitussives drugs.
Veterinary Surgery and Radiology General Surgery: General surgical principles, pre-operative and post-operative considerations, Importance of sutures, suturing materials, and different knots. Asepsisantisepsis, their application in veterinary surgery, sterilization of surgical material and instruments. Inflammation, abscess, tumors, cysts, hernia, etc.
Veterinary Medicine (A) General systemic states-hyperthermia, hypothermia, fever, septicemia, toxaemia, shock, and dehydration; (B) Diseases of (i) digestive system with special reference to rumen dysfunction and diseases of the stomach in ruminants and simple stomach animals; (ii) peritoneum, liver and pancreas; (iii) respiratory system

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