RCUES Syllabus Para-Medical Assistant, State Nodal Officer And Veterinary Doctor Exam Pattern

RCUES Para-Medical Assistant Exam pattern

SI.NoExamination TypeName of the Topic Number of QuestionsTotal MarksTime Duration
1Objective TypeGeneral Studies50 Questions100 Marks2 Hours
2Technical/Core Subject50 Questions

RCUES Syllabus

Syllabus For General Studies:

  • Basic English
  • Reasoning and Analytical Ability
  • Fundamental of Computers
  • Geography
  • General Science and its applications to the day to day life
  • Current Affairs – Regional, National and International importance in Politics,
  • Economy
  • Society
  • Science,
  • Technology
  • Arts
  • Sports
  • Culture, and Governance.
  • History, Economy
  • Polity of India

Para-Medical Assistant Post Core Syllabus:

  • Various infectious diseases viz., bacterial, viral their etiology, signs, diagnosis, management, and control measures
  • Livestock feeding
  • Basics of veterinary pharmacy
  • Various vaccines used in livestock
  • Diseases of the female reproductive system of cattle
  • General fundamentals of veterinary surgery
  • Basic anatomy of livestock with particular reference to the bones and joints
  • Various non-infectious diseases
  • Basic physiology of various systems of livestock
  • Poultry and hatchery management
  • Basics in pet and companion animal management
  • Livestock farm management
  • Laboratory diagnosis

Veterinary Doctor Post Core Syllabus:

  • Veterinary Epidemiology & Public Health And Medicine
  • Livestock And Poultry Management And Nutrition
  • Veterinary Anatomy, Physiology, And Biochemistry
  • Veterinary Extension And Animal Husbandry
  • Role of livestock and their products in the Indian economy and human health
  • Animal Genetics And Breeding
  • Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics And Veterinary Surgery And Radiology
  • Livestock Products Technology
  • Veterinary Microbiology, Pathology, Parasitology And Pharmacology & Toxicology

State Nodal Officer Post Core Syllabus:

  • Classification and composition of feeds and fodders
  • Common terms used in animal husbandry
  • demography of livestock; housing, feeding.
  • Caring for different age groups of different species of animals including zoo/wild and lab animals
  • Judging of farm animals
  • Farms records. Economics of livestock and poultry farming
  • Dairy farming and clean milk production
  • Antinutritional factors and toxins in feeds and fodders
  • Feeding standards and nutrient requirements of different categories of livestock and computation of rations
  • Feed supplements and additives
  • Conservation and preservation of feeds and fodders
  • Economic utilization of agro-industrial by-products.
  • Wildlife nutrition. Role of minerals, trace elements and vitamins.
  • Preparation of project reports of livestock and poultry farm
  • Feeding and management of animals under drought, flood and other natural calamities
  • Nutritional terms and definitions

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