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Polytechnic In Animal Husbandry

Junagadh

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Year of Establishment : 2013-14
History :
Previously, it was a one year certificate course of Livestock Inspector. Considering the present trend towards the animal husbandry sector, Government of Gujarat has upgraded the one year livestock inspector course in the three year (six semesters) diploma course in “Polytechnic in Animal Husbandry" at Junagadh Agricultural University, Junagadh vide resolution no. AHS/10211/MUMAK/44-P.2 of Agricultural & Cooperation Department, Sachivalaya, Gandhinagar. The medium of instruction is English.
Faculty Profiles:
Name of Principal
Dr. G.P. Sabapara
Qualification         
Ph.D.
Specialized subject
Livestock Production & Management
Contact Address
Polytechnic In Animal Husbandry
Ivnagar Road, Junagadh Agricultural University, 
Junagadh- 362001 Gujarat (India) 
Phone : 0285 - 2675088
Mobile : 91069 65341
Sr. No.
Name
Designation
Qualification
& Specialized subject
Cell No. & Email
Photo
1.     
Dr. T. K. Patbandha
Assistant Professor
Ph.D.
Livestock Production & Management
+91-9671727812
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2.     
Dr. M. R. Chavda
Assistant Professor
M.V.Sc.
Animal Nutrition
+91-9925170538
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3.     
Dr. D. N. Borkhatariya
Assistant Professor
M.V.Sc.
Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics
+91-9978098395
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Sr. No
Name
Designation
Education Qualification
Specialized subject
Photo
1.
Dr. K. B. Savalia
Veterinary Officer
B.V.Sc. & A.H
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2.     
Dr. P. G. Dodiya
Instructor (Veterinary Officer)
M.V.Sc.
Veterinary Medicine
3.     
Ku. N. R. Parmar
Agriculture Officer
M.Sc. (Agri)
Genetics & Plant Breeding
4.     
Ku. B. N. Dave
Steno-II
B.Com
Account & Banking
5.     
Smt. V. K. Chavda
Laboratory Technician
B.Sc.
Chemistry
6.     
Shri H. D. Gadhavi
Livestock Inspector
Certificate in L.I., M.A.
English

Highlight of Course:
1. Course Name
Polytechnic in Animal Husbandry
2. Qualification for Course
SSC pass with English subject
3. Duration of Course
3 Years Full Time
4. Medium of Course
English
4. Pattern of Course
Semester System (Each semester is of 16 weeks and each week has 36 to 40 hours of contact for academic work)
5. Seats Available
40 Students
Courses offered during different semesters:
First Semester:
Sr. No.
Course No.
Title of the Course
Credit
1.
LAN-111
Introductory Livestock Anatomy
3+1=4
2.
APHY-111
Introductory Animal Physiology
3+1=4
3.
LPM-111
Introductory Animal Management-I
2+1=3
4.
ENG-111
English
2+1=3
5.
CA-111
Introduction to Computer Application
1+2=3
Total
11+6=17
Second Semester:
Sr. No.
Course No.
Title of the Course
Credit
1.
STAT-121
Elementary Statistic
1+2=3
2.
AN-121
Introductory Fodder Management and Grassland Management
1+1=2
3.
AB-121
Introductory Animal Breeding
1+1=2
4.
LPM-121
Introductory Animal Management-II
2+1=3
5.
AHE-121
Introductory Animal Husbandry Extension-I
2+1=3
6.
ENVS-121
Introduction to Environmental Sciences
2+1=3
Total
9+7=16
ThirdSemester:
Sr. No.
Course No.
Title of the Course
Credit
1.
VMI-211
Introductory Veterinary Microbiology
2+1=3
2.
VPARA-211
Introductory Veterinary Parasitology
2+1=3
3.
VPA-211
Preliminary Pathology
2+1=3
4.
AHE-211
Introductory Animal Husbandry Extension-II
2+1=3
5.
AN-211
Introductory Animal Nutrition-I
1+1=2
Total
9+5=14
FourthSemester:
Sr. No.
Course No.
Title of the Course
Credit
1.
AHEM-221
Introductory Animal Husbandry Economics and marketing.
2+0=2
2.
AN-221
Introductory Animal Nutrition-II
1+1=2
3.
VP-221
Introductory Pharmacology
3+2=5
4.
AR-221
Introductory Animal Reproduction-I
1+2=3
5.
AHC-221
Introductory Animal Health Care-I
2+2=4
Total
9+7=16
FifthSemester:
 Sr. No.
Course No.
Title of the Course
Credit
1.
AHC-311
Introductory Animal Health Care-II
2+2=4
2.
AR-311
Introductory Animal Reproduction-II
1+2=3
3.
VPH-311
Introductory Veterinary Public Health
2+2=4
4.
LPM-311
Introductory Animal Management-III
2+1=3
5.
VSUR-311
Minor Veterinary Surgery
2+1=3
Total
9+8=17
SixthSemester:
Farm practice training (0+15):
1. Two month of cattle and buffalo
2. One month of sheep and goat
3. One month poultry
4. One month and three weeks of government dispensary
5. Seven days Educational tour
6. Report writing
Credit hour means the weekly unit of work recognized for particular course as per the Syllabus. A theory lecture class of one hour per week shall be counted as one credit hour where as a practical class of two or three hours duration per week shall be counted as one credit hour.
 
Semester
Theory
Practical
Total Credit Hours
First Year
I
11
6
17
II
9
7
16
Total
33
Second Year
I
9
5
14
II
9
7
16
Total
30
Third Year
I
9
8
17
II
0
15
15
Total
32
 
Grand Total
95
Infrastucture Facility :
1. Furnished class rooms with multimedia presentation (Projector, Computers).
2. Library with collection of national & international books, magazines, news papers and journals.
3. Well established computer laboratory with 30 working nodes.
4. All time Internet service with 2 mbps connectivity.
5. One conference room and one seminar hall with all facilities.
6. Students entertainment facility with availability of sports kits and indoor games like carom board, chess etc for hostel.
Hostel Accommodation
The diploma students has been accommodated in Vivek-3 hostel provided with all modern amenities. Girl students admitted to this programme are accommodated in old Nivedita Girls’ Hostel of the University.
Details
Vivek-3 Hostel
No. of rooms
52
Student room
41
Total capacity
82
Rectors Office
01
Guest room
02
Reading room
01
Sports room
01
Store room
01
Industrial R.O. room
01
Gymkhana room
01
Internee trainee room
03
Mess Hall
01
Library:
            A library has been established with sitting capacity of 35 students. There are sufficient books available at college library for students published by international and national publishers.
In addition to the Polytechnic in A.H. library, students also avail facilities available at the Veterinary College library as well as University library. There is also provision of full time internet access facilities for searching the study materials.
Distribution of Marks in Polytechnic in A.H.
(1)  Theory (Internal and Semester End Examination)
      I.        Objective type of questions : 60%
     II.        Subjective type of questions : 40%
(2)  Practical
(A) Practical Exam
      I.        Specimen /Written : 60%
     II.        Oral : 20%
    III.        Journal : 10%
    IV.        Practical work : 10%
Note: Distribution/weightage will depend upon the nature of practical.
Each of the course shall be of 100 marks (Theory and Practical combined). The score secured by candidate out of a total of 100 marks in a course shall be converted to equivalent grade under 10.00 point system., to represent the grade point for that course. 
Grade Point System in Polytechnic in A.H.
Overall Grade Point Average
Class
7.50 and Above First Class With Distinction
6.50 to 7.49 First Class
6.00 to 6.49 Second Class
4.50 to 5.99 Pass Class
Less Than 4.50 Fail
Academic :
Syllabus :
Reservation of Seats :
Total number of seats to be reserved for different categories shall be as laid by the government from time to time for the purpose of admission. At present the number of seats reserved for the candidates who are origin of Gujarat and falling under the following categories are as under:
Category
Reservation (%)
Remarks
Schedule Caste (SC)
7
Reservation of these seats shall be interchangeable among SC/ST candidates
Schedule Tribe (ST)
15
 
Socially and Educationally Backward Communities (SEBC) and does not fall under Creamy layer section
27
As specified by the Government of Gujarat
Physically Challenged
3
It will be adjusted against respective category
Children of defense personnel and Ex-serviceman (Army)
1
- - -
Parsi Community
1
Additional Seat
Provided that nothing in this regulation shall require the University to admit candidates larger in number or with academic and other qualifications lower than those prescribed  Fore more detail Click Here
Admission Procedure : 
A candidate selected for admission shall become an enrolled student of the University only after his reporting at the polytechnic on the date fixed by the central admission committee in person which consist of following steps:
1.
Payment of the fees by challan the time of admission.
2.
Document Verification: Candidate who allotted Polytechnic has to produce below mentioned his / her original documents along with a set of two true copies to the principal of the concerned polytechnic for the verification and registration within the prescribed time limit.
1.     S.S.C.E. (10 standard) Marksheet.
2.     School Leaving Certificate.
3.     Caste Certificate (If candidate belongs to Scheduled Caste /Scheduled Tribe or SEBC).
4.     For SEBC category candidature, Non Creamy Layer Certificate of the current year (i.e. issued after-01-04-2014) by the competent authority, otherwise he / she will not be considered against SEBC reserved category.
5.     7/12 & 8-A Certificate of current year (i.e. issued after-01-04-2014) for owning Agricultural land, if applicable.
6.     Certificate of relation of candidate with land holder, if relation could not be established from 7-12 & 8-A certificate.
7.     Domicile Certificate of Diu, Daman and Dadara Nagar Haveli, if required.
8.     Certificate of Physically Challenged from competent authority (i.e. Civil Surgeon/ Hospital Superintendent of Government Hospital), if applicable.
9.     Certificate for Parsi Community from competent authority, if applicable
10.   Certificate for participation and / or securing position at the International / National / State Level Games, if applicable.
11.   Certificate of Defence Personal / Ex-Service man, if applicable.
12.   Three passport size photographs. 
Notes:  If it is found at the time of reporting, that candidate provided wrong information, his/her candidature treated as cancelled for admission from any Polytechnic and his/her fees will be forfitted as per prevailing norms. A student whose documents found correct during verification at the time of reporting at polytechnic will become an enrolled student of the concerned university.
3.
Attend the Orientation Programme at respective Polytechnic.
4.
Registration at respective polytechnics.
5.
Candidate who fails to report at the allotted Polytechnic within the prescribed time limit mentioned in the admission memo, his/her admission shall stand automatically cancelled.
6.
A candidate not in a position to report for his/her document verification and first registration on due date due to unavoidable circumstances (with proof), may obtain provisional registration by getting verify his/her original documents and paying fees on or before the fixed date for registration through messenger. He/she shall require to complete the remaining formalities of registration within one week from the date of commencement of the semester, failing which his/her registration will stand cancelled. .
7.
A students enrolled in the University will be given a registration number to be used along with his/her name in all the concerned academic documents.
8.
An identity card will be issued to every enrolled student. It should be carried by him/her and to be shown when required. In case, the identity card is lost, a new one shall be issued on payment of fees.
System of Evaluation :
Different types of examination and weightage for each course shall be as under:
Examination
Marks
Duration (Hrs.)
A.   Courses having Theory Only
(i)
Internal Examination (Two tests of equal weightage)
50
1
(ii)
Semester End Examination
50
2
B.   Courses having Practical Only
(i)
Internal Examination (Practical exam after second hourly)
50
3*
(ii)
Semester End Examination
50
3*
C.   Courses having Theory & Practical
(i)
Internal Examination
 
 
(a)
Two tests of equal weightage
10 + 10
1
(ii)
One practical examination (after second hourly)
40
3
(iii)
Semester End Examination
 
 
(a)
Theory Examination
40
2
* Duration of examination may vary depending upon nature of practical
AWARDS RECEIVED BY FACULTY:
Sr. No
Name of Faculty
Nature of Awards / Medals
Authority
Year of award
1.
D.N. Borakhatariya
Best Young Researcher National Awardfor the outstanding excellence
and remarkable achievements in the field of Teaching, Research and Publications.
IRDP Group of Journals-
Chennai.
2018
2.
Dr. T. K. Patbandha
Mr. J.M.I. Siddique award.
ISAPM
Thrissur
2019
Best Oral Presentation Certificate (as co-author).
ISSAR,
MAFSU, Nagpur
2014
Best Oral Presentation Certificate (as co-author).
ISAPM
NAU, Navsari
1
Best Oral Presentation Certificate (as co-author).
ISAPM
AAU, Anand
2014
Best Poster Presentation Certificate (as co-author).
ISAPM
AAU, Anand
2014
Dr. N.S.R. Sastry Young Scientist Award (as co-author) for best oral presentation.
ISAPM NDRI, Karnal
2013
3.
Dr. M.R. Chavda
Best Poster Presentation Award (as co-author).
Animal Nutrition Society
of India, JAU, Junagadh
2018

Publications Details:

Sr. No.
Name
Research
papers
Popular
Articles
Book
Chapter
Practical
Manual
Training
Manual
Conf./Seminar
Abstracts
1.   
Dr. D.D. Garg
25
30
06
06
02
55
2.
Dr. T. K. Patbandha
55
64
07
05
--
75
3.
Dr. M. R. Chavda
05
21
--
04
01
14
4.
Dr. D. N. Borkhatariya
13
05
--
02
--
08

List of publication in year of 2018:

Scientific Research Papers published in International/ National Journal

1. Borakhatariya, D.N., Karangiya, V. K. and Ribadiya, N.K. 2018. Reproductive herd management in dairy cattle: A Review. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 7(8): 1332-1338. (NAAS      Rating-5.38)
2. Patbandha, T.K., Garg, D.D., Chavda, M.R., Parikh, S.S., Savaliya, B.D. and Gamit, V.V. 2018. Housing management of dairy bovines: A comparative study in South and North Saurashtra Sub-Agroclimatic Zones of         Gujarat. International Journal of Pure & Applied Bioscience, 6(1): 889-893. (NAAS Rating-4.74)
3. Patbandha, T.K., Garg, D.D., Vaghamashi, D.G., Marandi, S., Ravikala, K., Patil, S.S. and. Dash, S.K. 2018. Prediction of market weight in Caribro-Dhanraja broilers with different plumage colour using growth traits.         International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 7(9): 1147-1155. (NAAS Rating-5.38)
4. Patbandha, T.K., Pata, B.A., Trivedi, S.P., Gohil, B.C., Boradiya, P.C., Sharma, A. and Savalia, K.B. 2018. Evaluating phenotypic correlation between body weight and biometric traits of migratory goats. Journal of              Entomology and Zoology Studies, 6(1): 560-564 (NAAS score-5.53)
5. Patbandha, T.K., Sarma, M.P. Pata, B.A., Ravikala K., Savaliya, B.D. and Kadam, S.J. 2018. Effect of micro-climate on body temperature of black and white coloured breeds of goat. Indian Journal of Animal 
    Production & Management, 34 (1-2): 80-85. (NAAS Rating-3.56)
Other information:
Students’ Counselling and Placement cell (SCPC):
Students’ Counselling & Placement Cell has been started from 2016 and working to strengthen polytechnic students to develop skill and attitude in addition to the knowledge regarding animal management and treatment. This could be helpful for advancement of students’ career and development of their personality with an aim to have 100% placement of students. The cell provides a link between students and the recruiting agencies. The cell also informs to the recruiting agencies about the skills and ability of the student and as per their demand students are informed. Placement cell also provides information to students for the preparation of the competitive examination both in private as well as Government sectors. Polytechnic students are well placed in Universities (as Livestock Inspector) and different private dairies as well as NGOs. Some students also established their own business and turned as entrepreneur.
Convener  (SCPC)
Dr. D.N. Borakhatariya
Designation      
Assistant Professor
Contact Details:
Polytechnic In Animal Husbandry
Phone : 0285 - 2675088
Cell No.: +91- 9978098395
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National Service Scheme (NSS) Activities:
National Service Scheme (NSS) programme was initiated at Polytechnic in Animal Husbandry in 2014 with a sanction strength of 25 volunteers for special camp and 50 for regular activities. Over the years the strength of volunteers increased to 50 in special camp and for regular activities 100 volunteers.  Dr. T.K. Patbandha is taking the responsibility of NSS activities as the Programme Officer.
Health Services:
The Health Centre of University is under the administrative control of Director of Student Welfare (DSW) JAU, Junagadh. It provides health services to all the students of college, JAU, Junagadh. The health centre is equipped with ultra-modern diagnostic facility and ambulatory services.   
Hostel Monitoring Committee:
Sr. No.
Name of Faculty
Designation
Name of Department
1.
Dr. D. D. Garg
Principal
Polytechnic in A.H.
2.
Dr. M. D. Odedara
Rector
Livestock Prod. Mgmt.
3.
Dr. T. K. Patbandha
Assistant Rector
Polytechnic in A.H.
Anti-ragging Committee/Squad:
Sr. No.
Name of Faculty
Designation
Department
1.
Dr. D. D. Garg
Principal
Polytechnic in A.H.
2.
Dr. M. D. Odedara
Rector
Livestock Prod. Mgmt.
3.
Dr. T. K. Patbandha
Assistant Rector
Polytechnic in A.H.
4.
Dr. M. R. Chavda
Asst. Prof
Polytechnic in A.H.
5.
Dr. D. N. Borakhatariya
Asst. Prof
Polytechnic in A.H.
Contact :
Principal & Dean
Faculty of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
Junagadh Agricultural University, 
Motibaug, Junagadh- 362001 Gujarat (India) 
Phone : 0285 -2670722
PBX : 0285 -2672080-90 Ext. 502
Fax : 0285-2670722
Mobile: 98791 04086, 94293 28492 
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I/c. Principal
Dr. Deendayal, Associate Professor
Polytechnic In Animal Husbandry
Ivnagar Road, Junagadh Agricultural University, 
Junagadh- 362001 Gujarat (India) 
Phone : 0285 - 2675088
Mobile: +91 9510146169