Admission shall be done on merit drawn on the basis of marks of Senior Secondary (10+2) or equivalent. There are 50 seats in each institute. All seats (100%) of constituent colleges and affiliated Government institutes, as well as 85% seats of all affiliated private institutions, shall be State seats and filled from Rajasthan domicile, to be filled by merit-cum-reservation, as per rules.
Senior Secondary (10+2) or equivalent passed from the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education or CBSE or equivalent from any recognized institute with the optional subjects: (a). Physics, chemistry, and biology, OR (b) Agriculture stream subjects (with Biology as one of the optional subjects).
17 years as on the 31st December of the year of admission. Maximum age limit prescribed is 28 years as on 31st December of the year of admission. 5 years relaxation of upper age limit in case of boys of SC, ST, OBC & SBC and girls of general category and 10 years for Girls of SC, ST, OBC & SBC categories.
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In simple terms, animal husbandry is a discipline that deals with aspects such as animal care, breeding and raising of livestock. The main aim of this discipline is to care, breed and raise animals that provide us with meat, fibre, milk, eggs or other useful products.
Animal husbandry brings with it many challenges such as – nutrition, diseases, shelter management, sustainable farming, lack of resources, lack of suitable climate etc. The discipline puts to use various techniques and knowledge to find solutions to these problems.
In India, there exists different types of animal husbandry training programs. Based on the format of the course, these courses can be classified into the following types – Diploma course, Bachelor’s Degree course, Master’s Degree course, Doctoral Degree course etc.
AHDP is a diploma level animal husbandry course. Unlike Bachelor’s Degree programs, this course can be wrapped up within a short period of time. A Bachelor’s Degree course – like B.Sc. Animal Husbandry – is three years long. On the other hand, AHDP course is just two years long.
It is an ideal Diploma course for candidates who have passed 12th Science with PCB or agriculture subjects. If you want to pursue an animal husbandry course right after 12th, this program will be of help to you.