Organizing training programmes for women Self Help Groups

Organizing training programmes for women Self Help Groups
 Organizing training programmes for women Self Help Groups
Pamphlets available at CCVEC in Telugu language for farmers

1.Outreach  and  Activities

Meekosam mee sevalo reyathu shiksha padham

Meekosam Mesevalo – Rythu Sikshana Patham – Pasuvidya Viswa Vydyalayam
Objective: The main objective of the “Meekosam Mesevalo – Rythu Sikshana Patham” is to go to the doorstep of the farmers to train and to transfer the technology from lab to the farmers.

The programme of “Meekosam -Mesevalo – Rythu Sikshana Patham – Pasuvydya Viswa Vidyalayam” was officially launched on “8th November 2017 ” at 10.30 AM in the premises of office of Joint Director, Anathapuram district. The inaugural programme was graced by the Honorable Vice- Chancellor Dr. Y. Haribabu, Dr. D. Sreenivasulu, Director of Extension, SVVU, Tirupati, and Dr. S. Sanyasi Rao- Joint Director of Animal Husbandry Department, Anathapuram, Dr. khaja Mohinuddin – Joint Collector, Board members and University Officers of SVVU and other dignitaries.

Method of Training:

A team of Professors / Associate Professor from the disciplines of Veterinary Medicine, Gynecology, Livestock Production and Management, Animal Nutrition, Microbiology and Animal Genetics and Breeding will go to the one Animal Husbandry division in a chosen district to give training to a group of 100 selected Livestock Farmers on different aspect of livestock production. Over a period of 3 to 4 days training camp, 3 to 4 Animal Husbandry divisions in a district will be covered. Totally 300- 400 farmers in a district will be trained during one training camp.
This programme is being organized in collaboration with the Director and Joint Directors of Animal Husbandry Department of Andhra Pradesh.

High lights of Meekosam – Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham programme in Ananthapuram District.
  1. Exchange of breeding rams
  2. Launching  and distribution of “sheep management calendars
  3. Distribution of mineral blocks to shepherds
  4. Interactive session with livestock farmers: All the questions raised by the trainee shepherds were clarified by experts (nutrition, breeding, management and disease prevention etc.)
  5. An orientation was given to the  livestock farmers on Bank loans and livestock insurance
  6. Book stall was arranged for the benefits of farmers
  7. Interactive session with field Veterinary Assistant Surgeons to know field problems
  8. Created awareness to Veterinary Assistant Surgeons on livestock mobile app

The trainees include, sheep entrepreneurs, members from sheep breeders association, unemployed youth and shepherds
The training was organised in 5 Animal husbandry divisions in Ananthapuram District and the schedule of training was detailed below:

 

Farmers training:

Date AH Division Resource person Topic
8.11.2017 Ananthapuram Dr D. Sreenivasulu Advantages of vaccination & deworming.
Dr B. Shobhamani Sheep diseases and their control. Control of internal and external parasites in sheep.
Dr A. Ravi Importance of feeding the balanced ration including concentrate feed.
Dr .G.Gangaraju Management of breeding, pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs.
Dr K. Verabrahmaiah Selection and management of breeding ewes & rams.
Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana Method of breeding in sheep.
Dr D. Sreenivasa Rao Advantages of feeding mineral mixture and concentrate feed.
Interactive session with farmers Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.
9.11.2017 Rayadurgam Dr B. Shobhamani Importance of vaccination and deworming. Sheep diseases and their control.
Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana Advantages of feeding mineral mixture and concentrate feed.
Dr. G.Triveni Ration formulation for all categories of sheep.
Interactive session with  farmers Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.
9.11.2017 Dharmavaram Dr D. Sreenivasulu Advantages of vaccination & deworming
Dr A. Ravi Importance of feeding the balanced ration including concentrate feed.
Dr .G.Gangaraju Management of breeding, pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs.
Dr D. Sreenivasa Rao Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh, livestock insurance.
Interactive session with  farmers
10.11.2017 Kadiri Dr B. Shobhamani Importance of vaccination and deworming.

Sheep diseases and their control.

Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana Advantages of feeding mineral mixture and concentrate feed.
Dr. G.Triveni Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.
Interactive session with  farmers
10.11.2017 Hindupur Dr D. Sreenivasulu Advantages of vaccination & deworming .
Dr A. Ravi Importance of feeding balanced ration including concentrate feed.
Dr .G.Gangaraju Management of breeding , pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs.
Dr D. Sreenivasa Rao Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh, livestock insurance.
Interactive session with  farmers

 

 

 

Meekosam-Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham programme in Kurnool District.

The programme was organized from 7 to 9th December 2017 in 4 Animal Husbandry divisions at Kurnool District.The Chief Guest Dr. Y. Haribabu garu Vice chancellor of SVVU inaugurated the Meekosam- Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham programme on 7th December 2017  at 10.30 AM in Kurnool District.

The training programme was scheduled as detailed below:
  • Registration of farmers
  • Exchange of breeding rams
  • Awareness on usage of livestock mobile app for ration formulation
  • Distribution of mineral blocks, “sheep Management calendars” and pamphlets to the farmers
  • Interaction of SVVU teaching staff with field Veterinary Assistant Surgeons

 

The farmers were trained in the following aspects:
Date AH Division Resource person Topic
7.12.2017 Kurnool Dr D. Sreenivasulu

Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr A. Ravi

Dr .G.Gangaraju

Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana

 

Dr D. Sreenivasa Rao

Interactive session with  farmers

Advantages of vaccination & deworming.

Sheep diseases and their control.

Control of internal and external parasites in sheep.

Importance of feeding of balanced ration including concentrate feed.

Management of breeding, pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs.

Advantages of feeding mineral mixture and concentrate feed.

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

7.12.2017 Nandyala Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana

Dr. D. Raniprameela

Dr. Kalyanachakravarthy

 

Dr. G.Triveni

Interactive session with  farmers

Importance of deworming.

Advantages of feeding balanced ration, mineral mixture and concentrate feed.

Sheep diseases and their control. Advantages of vaccination

Advantages of feeding balanced ration, mineral mixture and concentrate feed.

Selection and management of breeding ewes & rams.

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

 

8.12.2017 Adoni Dr D. Sreenivasulu

Dr A. Ravi

Dr .G.Gangaraju

 

Dr D. Sreenivasa Rao

Interactive session with  farmers

Advantages of vaccination & deworming.

Importance of feeding balanced ration including concentrate feed.

Management of breeding, pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs.

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

8.12.2017 Allagadda Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr.M.V.A.N .Suryanarayana

Dr. Kalyanachakravarthy

Dr. G.Triveni

Interactive session with  farmers

Importance of vaccination and deworming.

Sheep diseases and their control.

Advantages of feeding mineral mixture and concentrate feed

Management of breeding, pregnant ewes, ram lambs and young growing lambs

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

A total of  472 farmers from Kurnool district were trained on economical rearing of sheep.

 

 

 

Interaction with farmers at Allagadda training programme

 

“Meekosam – Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham” programme in Srikakulam District.

The training programme was organized in 2 Animal Husbandry Divisions of Srikakulam district from  24th – 25th January 2018.
The Honorable Vice – Chancellor Dr. Y. Haribabu, the District Collector-  Mr. K. Dhanunjaya Reddy, Director of Extension – Dr. D. Sreenivasulu, Joint Director – Dr. M. Venkateswaulu and other dignitories were attended the inaugural ceremony of “Meekosam-Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham “on 24th January 2018 at 10.00 AM. An eye pleasing traditional dance “Tappeta Gullu” was performed by the professionals.

 Highlights of the training programme:
  • Registration of farmers
  • Distribution of mineral blocks, “Sheep Management Calendars” and pamphlets to the farmers
  • exchange  of breeding rams
  • Book stall was arranged for the benefits of farmers
  • An orientation was given to the  livestock farmers on Bank loans and livestock insurance

The training schedule was detailed below:

Farmers training:
Date AH Division Resource person Topic
24.01.2018 Srikakulam Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr. G. V. Naidu

Dr. M. Yugandar

Dr. K. Ananda Rao

Interactive session with  farmers

Advantages and importance of vaccination & deworming. Prevention and control of sheep disease.

Management of infertility in bovines.

Importance of feeding balanced ration including concentrate feed.

Management of ewes  and care of newborn lambs.

 

25.01.2018 Tekkali Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr. G. V. Naidu

Dr. M. Yugandar

Dr. K. Ananda Rao

Interactive session with  farmers

Importance of vaccination and deworming. Prevention and control of sheep diseases.

Management of infertility in bovines.

Importance of feeding balanced ration including concentrate feed.

Management of ewes and newborn care in lambs.

 

VAS training:
Date AH Division Resource person Topic
24.01.2018 Srikakulam Dr.D.Sreenivasulu

Dr. V. Vaikunta Rao

Interactive session with VAS

Differential diagnosis of Foot rot, FMD, PPR and Blue tongue.

Prevention and control of mastitis. Latest trend in the therapy of mastitis.

 

25.01.2018 Tekkali Dr.D.Sreenivasulu

Dr. V. Vaikunta Rao

Interactive session with VAS

Differential diagnosis of Foot rot, FMD, PPR and Blue tongue.

Prevention and control of mastitis. Latest trend in the therapy of mastitis.

 

A total of  258 farmers from Srikakulam district were trained on economical rearing of sheep.

 

“Meekosam- Mesevalo- Rythu Sikshana Patham” programme in Vizianagaram District.

The training programme was organized in 2 Animal Husbandry Divisions of vizianagaram district from 27th to 28th January 2018. Dr. D. Sreenivasulu( DE), dr. Y. Simhachalam Joint Director of Animal Husbandry, Dr.G.V. Naidu, Associate Dean, Garividi, Dr.B. Shobhamani- Co- Ordinator  of CCVEC attended the inaugural ceremony .

Highlights of the training programme:
  • Registration of farmers
  • Distribution of mineral blocks, “Sheep Management  Calendars” and pamphlets to the farmers
  • Orientation on bank loans to the farmers by Mr. K. Srinivasaphani, director (ABRSETI), Andhra Bank

The training programme schedule was detailed below

Farmers training:
Date AH Division Resource person Topic
27.01.2018 Vizianagarm  

Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr. G. V. Naidu

Dr. D. Sreenivasa Rao

Dr. Allu Teja

Interactive session with farmers

Advantages and importance of vaccination & deworming.

Management of infertility in bovines.

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

Selection of breeding animals and reproduction in

28.01.2018 Garividi  

Dr B. Shobhamani

Dr. G. V. Naidu

Dr. Allu Teja

Dr. D. Sreenivasa Rao

Interactive session with farmers

Importance of vaccination and deworming.

Management of infertility in bovines.

Selection and management of breeding sheep

Livestock schemes of Andhra Pradesh.

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Pashu vigyan sanchara vahini

Facilities available in  “PASHU VIGNANA PRACHARA VAHINI”, SVVU, TIRUPATI
  • Builtin Monitor
  • Speakers
  • Storage space for Extension Materials and other materials
  • Provision for Microscope and Laptop
PASHU VIGNANA PRACHARA VAHINI  is Regularly used in Training Programmers in different Districts
  • Organizing training’s and awareness programmes at farmers door step.
  • Resolving issues of the farmers.
  • Providing low cost feed formulations with locally available ingredients.
  • Transfer of latest scientific technologies.
  • On farm collection of Milk, Blood and dung samples for immediate screening and diagnosis.

   

Training programs

2.Field Veterans

Training on Practical veterinary imaging techniques for Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Release of practical manual on veterinary imaging techniques
Training on imaging Techniques

 

Training on imaging Techniques

Training on imaging Techniques

Training on ultrasound scanning
Explaining the radiography  to Veterinary Assistant surgeons

Training on imaging Techniques

Taking feedback from Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Explaining the farmers about Fodder Production ,Conservation and Hydroponics
Explaining the farmers about Fodder Production ,Conservation and Hydroponics
Explaining the fodder varieties to livestock farmers
 VAS  training on Postmortem techniques and diagnosis for large and small animals including poultry

Release of practical manual on postmortem techniques

 Demonstration of Postmortem techniques in small Ruminant

 Explanation of Postmortem techniques in small Ruminant

Explaining the importance of  Postmortem  Diagnosis in Animals

 Demonstration of Postmortem techniques in Bird
 Demonstration of Postmortem techniques in Calf

Visiting of Veterinary Assistant Surgeons to pathology museum

Feedback from Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Feedback from Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Distribution of certificates to Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Distribution of certificates to Veterinary Assistant Surgeons
Trainees with trainers and university officers
Farmers training on detection of fat and adulterants In milk
Farmers training on occupational zoonotic diseases and their control
Importance of  Zoonosis day
Testing activities
Farmers Training-Release of manual on Dairy cattle management
Release of booklet on sheep and goat management
Farmers training on sheep and goat management

Dr.PRS.Moorthy,DSA explaining the importance of Sheep  and Goat rearing

Explaining the farmers on Sheep and Goat Nutrition
Visit of farmers to CCVEC museum
Farmers training on value addition of milk and meat products
Farmers training on value addition of milk and meat products
 Demo to  Farmers on value addition of milk and meat products
Farmers training on swine management- Explaining the preparation of rations for Swine

Explaining the Swine management

Explaining the Swine Diseases

Visiting of farmers to the AICRP on pigs, Tirupati
Farmers training on” Economic rearing “of sheep and goat- Explaining Nutritional Management of Sheep and Goat
Management of sheep and Goat

Sheep Rearing system

Breeding management of Sheep and Goat

Sheep and Goat Diseases

Lamb Management
Nutritional Management of Sheep and Goat
Farmers Training on formulation of complete feed

Farmers Training on formulation of complete feed

VAS training on Recent advances in Diagnosis of bacterial diseases in livestock and maintenance of cold chain for effective vaccination- Demo of Molecular Technique for Disease Diagnosis
Feedback from Veterinary Assistance Surgeons
Self help groups
  1. Meetings and workshops

Workshops

Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor & Director of Extension, SVVU inaugurating “Pasu Vignana Panchangam”in the Workshop.

One-day workshop on “Capacity building of stakeholders 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.

One day workshop for Effective delivery of Livestock Extension Services

Meetings:

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.

Vice-Chancellor SVVU, Associate Dean CVSC, Tirupati & Head, TVCC at world zoonosis day celebrations.

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.

Workshop on “Academic rules, Regulations and Service matters organized at College of Veterinary Science, 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.

Dean, Faculty of Veterinary Science & University officers at the inaugural function of the workshop.

Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC)  meeting at KVK, Lam, Guntur

Scientific Advisory Committee meeting was conducted at KVK, Lam, Guntur on 20-04-2017 under the chairmanship of Dr. D. Sreenivasulu, Director of Extension, SVVU, Tirupati to review the work done during 2016-17 and to finalize the action plan for 2017-18. Dr.Y.G.Prasad, Director, ATARI, Zone-V, Dr.P.Ratna Prasad, ADR, RARS, Lam, Dr.Vijayabinandana, Deputy Director of Extension, ANGRAU, Guntur, Dr. J.V. Prasad, Principal Scientist, ATARI, Hyderabad, Smt. A.Padma, Project Director, ATMA, Guntur, representatives from various line Departments and farmers from adopted villages participated in the meeting.

Director of Extension, Dr. D. Sreenivasulu addressing the SAC meeting.

Pre-action plan interaction meeting of subject matter specialists and Research associates of KVKs in Andhra Pradesh pertaining to Veterinary and Fishery sciences was conducted at KVK, Lam, Guntur on 27-04-2017. Dr. E. Raghava Rao, Director of Research, Dr. J.V. Prasad, Principal Scientist, ATARI, Hyderabad, Dr. B. Vijay Abinandhan, Deputy Director of Extension, ANGRAU and Dr.D.Srinivas Kumar, Principal Scientist KVK, Guntur participated in this meeting. The meeting was organized to review the work done by SMS/RA’s in Veterinary and Fishery fields during 2016-17 and to finalize the action plan for 2017-18.

Director of Research, Dr.E.Raghava Rao at Pre action plan interaction meeting, KVK Guntur.
55th Meeting of the Members of the Board of Management, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati

55th meeting of the members of the Board of Management, Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University,Tirupati was organised at Administrative office, SVVU on 06.05.2017. The Board of Management approved promotions under career advancement scheme for teaching faculty; Deputy Registrar and Joint Registrar for Ministerial Staff; Permission for ambulance at NTR CVSC, Gannavaram; extension of deputation period to the Comptroller for one more year; administrative sanction for works under engineering section etc. Budget for the financial year 2017-18 was  also approved.

Meeting of the Members of BOM, SVVU, Tirupati.
a. Books

a. b. Information materials

c. E- newsletters

Newsletter January 2018
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College of Veterinary Science, Proddatur
On 8.8.17 Rally conducted on swachhta at Gopavaram village with NSS volunteers C.V.Sc , Proddatur and school children at Gopavaram village

Honourable Vice-Chancellor Prof Y. Hari Babu, PhD was felicitated by Newly elected Non teaching central association members on 07-08-2017 at College Auditorium, College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati. The non teaching staff from various colleges, research stations and farms attended the meeting and made the felicitation function grand success.

Activities at the adopted village
Eye camp to the residents of adopted village

College of Veterinary Science, Proddatur conducted a Human eye camp in association with Ravi Nethralaya hospital, on 12.09.2017 at Sunnapurallapalle, the adopted village. A total of 129 individuals were treated on this occasion. The camp was inaugurated by Smt. Aruna, MPP, Jammala madugu and Dr.C.Ravi, Ophthalmologist, Ravi Nethralaya, Proddatur.

Activities at Adopted Village of College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati

The College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati adopted a village named “Balijapalli” of P.V. Puram Panchayat, Ramachandrapuram Mandal, Chittoor District. Activities like treatment of ailing animals, de-worming, de-ticking and vaccination are being carried out regularly on weekly basis. A team of staff and students from clinical, production and extension departments visited the adopted village on every Tuesday i.e., 04.05.2017, 11.05.2017, 18.05.2017 and 25.05.2017 in this month. Besides, the department of Veterinary Extension conducted a bench mark survey, socio-economic survey and survey on livelihood security of all the villagers to know the existing status of the villagers in general and livestock farmers in particular before adoption of the village.

Associate Dean, CVSC, Tirupati; Member BOM Dr.P.S.Karunanidhi and NSS P.O’s at adopted village.

Students conducting bench mark survey at the adopted village
Village Adoption Programme by College of Veterinary Science, Tirupati

As a mandate of the University and to reach the livestock farmers with suitable practices through a novel concept of lab to land, college of veterinary science, Tirupati adopted a village named “Balija Palli” on 1.4.2017, on the eve of Animal Husbandry day. The said village was adopted with a strategic inaugural function, wherein, Dr.D.Sreenivasulu, Director of Extension, Dr. M.Srinivasa Rao, Joint Director (AH), Chittoor District, Dr.P.S.Karunanidhi, Member, BOM, Dr.P.Eswara Prasad, Associate Dean, have participated along with the livestock farmers. As a mark of initiation, the institution had distributed 10 Rajasri birds to five progressive farmers along with feed on free of cost basis. Gobar gas plants were initiated in the village with the support of private organizations.

Dr.D.Sreenivasulu, Director of Extension, SVVU addressing farmers at adopted village
Observation of Important Days