Training Need Assessment for Veterinary Officers of Maharashtra
S. K. Das H. P. Aithal K. N. Bhilegaonkar
Vol 8(8), 303-308
To decide suitable training courses, feedback of 290 veterinary officers of Maharashtra state was taken regarding the preference of different training courses in supplied format. Format was prepared by the scientists of the centre consisting of different courses and score in 1-10 scale. It was revealed that course entitled “Management of infertility and reproductive health in dairy cows and buffaloes”, scored highest (9.13) indicating most preferred training course. Besides those, seventy three courses were listed by different trainees; out of those first important course informed by more than ten trainees was “Disease diagnosis by ultrasonography and radiography”. Data were analysed as per different factors. While data were analysed as per different organization of trainees, it was observed that officials working at Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (9.67), Veterinary Dispensary (9.32) and Panchyet Samiti (9.27) preferred most the course entitled “Advances in diagnosis and treatment of important infectious diseases of livestock”. While data were analysed as per designation of trainees, it was revealed that both Livestock Development Officer and Assistant Commissioner of Animal Husbandry preferred the course entitled “Management of infertility and reproductive health in dairy cows and buffaloes”. While data were analysed as per service experience of the participants, it was revealed that trainees of service experience upto 5 years and trainees of experience above 5 years upto 10 years preferred the course entitled “Advances in diagnosis and treatment of important infectious diseases of livestock”.
Keywords : Assessment Maharashtra Training Need Veterinary Officers
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