Outreach and Services

Health camps are conducted at the surrounding villages of the college which is helpful for both livestock farmers and the students. Students are made to give seminars by the course teachers and are evaluated for assignments regularly. The above activity encourages students to better understand their topic and also to develop their communication skills to interact with farmers at field level. Students are well equipped with all the technical aspects which includes seasonal deworming and vaccination programmes organized by AH Department for important livestock diseases like FMD, Blue tongue disease, HS, ET etc. During these camps the students also involve in extension activities such as explaining the farmers regarding good animal husbandry practices like prevention of mastitis, deworming schedule, poultry farming, rabbit farming, pig farming, balanced ration formulation, concept of one health etc. Weekly NSS program is conducted which involves the students’ participation in maintaining a clean campus. A mandatory Special NSS program is conducted for every batch for one week prior to their internship programme. During their internship the students receive hands on clinical training at Veterinary dispensaries, Veterinary polyclinics, livestock research stations, disease diagnostic labs and Research stations. In addition students are trained for extracurricular activities including sports and games like cricket, volleyball in the college ground for maintaining physical fitness. Besides special NSS camps like Swatch Bharath Campaign 2.0, World Environment Day, Yoga Day, Meri Maatti Mera Desh campaign and National Sports day were effectively organized at A.H. Polytechnic, Vennelavalasa with the aim of creating awareness among the young citizens towards the social service and their responsibility towards the environment and society. Cultural activities like Fresher’s day for 2023 Batch students was also organized and made a successful event.

Special Veterinary Health Camps and fertility camps were conducted at nearby adopted villages of Sarbujjili Mandal and Amadalavalasa Mandals. In this connection Staff and students were actively engaged with the farmers and students were exposed to various gynaecological and surgical cases and further, medicines and mineral mixture were distributed to the farmers.