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M.Sc Animal Production Management Admissions 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

Master of Science in Animal Production Management


Do you want to improve the health and production of livestock? Do you want to increase production of livestock and want to make your career as a veterinary doctor? Then, you should pursue Master’s degree course in Animal Production Management. Learn more about this course here.

Course Name: M.Sc Animal Production Management
Group: M.Sc
Stream: Science
Course Category: Production
Management
Duration: 2 years

Course Overview

It is a postgraduate veterinary science course. This course is designed for animal health specialists, veterinarians and livestock farmers. The course work covers animal welfare and agro biodiversity, environmental physiology and statistical techniques for increasing livestock production. After passing the course, candidates get many career opportunities in various fields.

Eligibility Criteria

  • The basic eligibility criteria for pursuing M.Sc Animal Production Management course is a pass degree in Bachelor’s or any equivalent degree with minimum 50% marks from a recognized college or university.
  • Some universities and institutes conduct an entrance examination for admission to this postgraduate course.

  • The duration of M.Sc Animal Production Management course is about 2 years.



Colleges offering M.Sc Animal Production Management course in India

College NameUniversityState
College of Veterinary Science And Animal Husbandry BhubaneswarOrissa University of Agriculture and TechnologyOdisha
Sam Higginbotom Institute of Agriculture, Technology & SciencesUttar Pradesh

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Production and management of cattle and buffalo

  • To look after the production trends of cattle and buffalo and factors affecting them.
  • To apply management strategies for reducing the mortality rate in calves.
  • Applying management strategies to improve reproductive efficiency in cattle and buffalo.
  • To look after the water requirement of dairy animals.

Production and management of other animals.

  • To analyse population dynamics of various categories of work and draft animals in India.
  • Estimating draft capacity of different species.
  • To train work animals.
  • Management, feeding and care of draft animals
  • Management of cattle with special reference to feeding, watering and rearing.

Who is suitable for M.Sc Animal Production Management course

  • Those candidates who want to improve the production and health of livestock through interaction and understanding of livestock with changing environment and people are suitable for this course.
  • Candidates who can control the diseases in animals within the context of management and communicating effectively on the health of animals are good suit for this course.
  • They should know to manage their own time as well as other’s time.
  • They should be able to solve problem such as identifying complex problem and reviewing it.

Advantages and benefits of M.Sc Animal Production Management course

  • The course educates and trains the students to become decision makers and self directed analysts to sufficiently analyse, advise and design sustainable livestock system.
  • The course teaches them to make good decisions and judgment considering the relative costs and choosing the most appropriate one.
  • After passing the course, they can go for teaching jobs in colleges and universities in both private and Government institute or they can also go for research studies and work.


M.Sc Animal Production Management Admissions for 2017 - 2018 Academic Year

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