RSMSSB Animal Attendant Syllabus in English

You can read or download the RSMSSB Animal Attendant Syllabus. RSMSSB has announced 5934 posts for Animal Attendant. The scheme of examination for recruitment to the posts of animal attendant is as follows:

RSMSSB Animal Attendant Scheme and syllabus of examination:

part of question papernumber of questionstotal marks
Part- (a)105105
Part- (b)4545
Grand total150150

Note :

1. There will be a total of 150 multiple-choice (objective type) questions carrying equal marks as per the syllabus.

2. Maximum marks will be 150 marks.

3. A maximum of 1 (one) mark will be given for each correct answer.

4. 1/4 mark will be deducted for each wrong answer.

5. It will be mandatory to score a minimum 40% marks in the question paper.

6. The standard level of examination will be secondary.

7. Duration of Exam 03 Hours

Syllabus Part (A) (70 percent weightage)

Number of questions 105, integer: 105

Objective-type questions on general knowledge of secondary level which includes daily science, mathematics, social studies, geography, history, culture, art, current affairs etc. with specific reference to the state of Rajasthan.

Part – (B) (Weightage 30 percent)

Number of questions 45 Marks: 45

General knowledge of the following points related to animal husbandry, which includes major native breeds of animals in the state, artificial insemination, castration, hybrid breeding, milk exploitation, lactation period, clean milk production, animal and poultry management, disposal of organic wastes, balanced animal diet, Fodder crops, fodder/pasture development, identification of healthy and sick animals, internal and external parasitic diseases in animals, vaccination in animals, livestock propagation, health calendar of sheep and goats, production of wool, meat, milk and eggs in the country and state. Location, availability of milk/meat/eggs per person, milk productivity per animal, wool shearing, draft animals, vermicompost, use of animal skin and bones, determining the age of animals, harm to animals/environment due to polythene, animals Insurance, precautions to be taken at the time of purchasing animals, animal fairs, animal census, cowshed management, importance of cleanliness, proper disposal of dung and urine, marketing of livestock products, dairy development activities and major schemes of animal husbandry department etc. should be included. objective type questions

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