Current Recruitment Notification From Directorate of Animal Husbandary, Vijayawada 2016-17 | 57 Vacancies Available On indianfreejobs.com
Directorate of Animal Husbandary Vijayawada Recruitment 2016 – 57 Veterinary Asst Posts: Directorate of Animal Husbandary, Vijayawada has inform 57 vacant seats for backlog posts of Veterinary Assistant in various zones. If you have a dream of join Directorate of Animal Husbandary Vijayawada. You can apply in prescribed format on or before 28/11/2016 by 05.00 PM. Other details are mentioned below.
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Qualification Criteria For Eligible Candidates:
Directorate of Animal Husbandary Vijayawada Vacant Seats Details:
Total Candidates Seats: 57
Name of the Posts:
Candidates Age Limit:
18 to 42 years as on 01/07/2016.
Age relaxation is applicable as per govt rules.
Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry or its Equivalent Qualification from any recognized University/Institution in India or Abroad.
How to Apply:
Interested candidates send their application in the prescribed format by superscribing the envelope as “Application for the post of Veterinary Assistant Surgeon” to the venue on or before 28/11/2016 by 05.00 PM.
office of the Director of Animal Husbandry Department, NTR SSVH Campus, Labbipeta, Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada – 520010
Last Date for Submit of Application Form: 28/11/2016 by 05.00 PM.
Job Location: Andhra Pradesh 520011
Since time immemorial Human Prosperity is linked with the livestock wealth. It has been rightly said by late U.N.Dhebar that “To think of Rural Development without Livestock Improvement is to think of Modern Industrialization without Power Stations”.Andhra Pradesh has some of the richest livestock resources in the Country and is one of the most advanced States in Animal Husbandry activities. The Livestock play a vital role in Socio-economic and cultural life of our people.During the year 1892, Civil Veterinary Department was established in the composite Madras State to provide Veterinary Aid to the needy farmers. Subsequently after Independence, C.V.D was renamed as Animal Husbandry Department (1948), with the main objective of treatment and prevention of diseases in livestock. Initially the emphasis was on health care only, but subsequently several schemes have been taken up for overall growth of livestock sector.