One day workshop for Effective delivery of Livestock Extension Services
One-day workshop on “Capacity building of stake holders for effective delivery of
Livestock extension services in Andhra Pradesh” was organized on 4th July, 2017
by Center for Continuing Veterinary Education and Communication (CCVEC), Tirupati
with the objectives of assessing the training needs of the field veterinarians and
livestock owners; to formulate strategies for improving the coordination among the
stakeholders of livestock development and to identify important veterinary extension
activities for SVVU.
A total of 65 participants representing officers from AHD and SVVU and 21 progressive
livestock farmers from all the districts of Andhra Pradesh attended the workshop
The participants were oriented about the necessity of training need analysis by
Dr.S.V.N Rao who acted as one of the resource persons. The necessary data were collected
by administering separate questionnaires to AHD officers, SVVU officers and Livestock
owners. A total of 17 training needs were identified and out of them these four
training needs i.e., Disease diagnosis and treatment, Improving fertility in bovines,
Cultivation of fodder and fodder development and Animal production technologies
were indicated as consensus training needs by all the three groups and hence considered
important for the SVVU to develop suitable training programmes with focus on skills
and attitude in consultation with AHD for improving the capacities of the farmers
and field veterinarians.
World Zoonosis Day Celebrations at Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, CVSC, Tirupati
“Free Anti Rabies Vaccination Programme” was conducted on the eve of “World Zoonosis
Day” on 6th July 2017 at Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary
Science, Tirupati. Dr.P.Eswara Prasad, Associate Dean, CVSC, Tirupati presided over
the function and Prof Y.Haribabu, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Sri Venakateswara Veterinary
University was the Chief Guest.Sri.C.Hari Kiran, IAS, Vice-Chairman, TUDA & Commissioner,
Tirupati Municipal Corporation; Dr.Kantha Rao, DIG, Rayalaseema Zone attended as
Guests of honour for the programme. About 500 dogs were vaccinated on this occasion.
All the 4th and final year BVSC & AH students, teaching and non-teaching staff of
the college participated in the event.
Rayalaseema Zone attended as Guests of honour for the programme. About 500 dogs
were vaccinated on this occasion. All the 4th and final year BVSC & AH students,
teaching and non-teaching staff of the college participated in the event.
Workshop on “Academic rules, Regulations and Service matters”, CVSC, Tirupati
A two day workshop was conducted on “Academic rules, regulations and service matters
(ARS) for SC and ST faculty members of SVVU” by Prof B. Rambabu Naik, Course Director
and Convenor SC & ST Cell, SVVU, Tirupati. Prof.T.S Chandrasekhara Rao, Dean, Faculty
of Veterinary Science attended as Chief Guest and the function was presided by Dr.P.
Eswara Prasad, Associate Dean, CVSC, Tirupati . 35 participants attended from various
institutes of the university and made the work shop grand success.