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Along with browsing the opportunities provided, we give you an opportunity to earn some money by passing us the information of the jobs available in your area and across country.

If you come across job openings for veterinarians in your area (in local newspapers/journals/ others, just send us the copy of the same, one week before the last day of submitting the applications or mail the availability of job openings available at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or you can directly post the job information in the website by just registering yourself in the website.

Each different job information posting will be accredited with some points. Details illustrated below:

Job Information

Job InformationPoints Earned
1 Postings * Points
2 Postings ** Points
3 Postings *** Points
4 Postings **** Points
5 Postings ***** Points
Job AdvertisementRupees
***** points 200
*****x 2 points 400
*****x 3 points 600
*****x 4 points 800
*****x 5 points 1000

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The jobs available can be posted on the above site OR could be sent to:

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You give us the information and we guarantee you the prize money.**

* Incase of duplication of postings of the same jobs available by different individuals, the first person posting the job would be awarded the points.

** The jobs will be validated by an independent body of professionals and the money will be sent according to the relevancy and authenticity of the information

Note: Every job posted in the website is considered for rewarding system and not the number of openings in it.

For example: If Rajesh posts a job with 200 openings, he earns 1 point for posting one job information, no matter how many openings it has but it is considered as one job posting. And five such postings of various jobs will start rewarding Rajesh.

 

PASHUDHAN

Pashudhan in Hindi means “Animal Wealth”.

The dearth of a quality journal, which failed to recognize animal health care in its entirety, was the beginning of a new era for Natural Remedies as a publisher.

Pashudhan started way back in 1974, has daunted on one vision- to reach out to a cross section of people, giving them information, news, views features and current research in animal health and care. In due course PASHUDHAN etched out a new dimension, the target audience started to get more definitive and the concept of “news you can use” rolled out.

Why read Pashudhan?

  • Veterinarians have found an effective guide, teacher and friend in Pashudhan.
  • Simply because Pashudhan has all that a Veterinarian needs. Right from diseases affecting livestock to what is happening in the lab to eradicate a disease.
  • The information in Pashudhan is also well categorized into specialties like poultry, farming, pet, research and so on.
  • Pashudhan is referred by many students and veterinarians for their academic pursuits. There is a great demand for back issues of Pashudhan, as much as there is for the current issue, simply because every issue of Pashudhan is nothing less than a collector's item.
  • The cost of Pashudhan is affordable. The main objective of Pashudhan is to disseminate information to every nook and corner of the world, reach every farmer, every veterinarian

Regular Features in Pashudhan

The regular columns and features in Pashudhan is one of the reasons for the popularity that it enjoys even among niche’ readers. Pashudhan is 8-page tabloid with two colour pages.

  • Photo feature-A disease or a disorder is illustrated with a photo.
  • Poultry News & Views-The column name says it all. It is everything to do with poultry.
  • Farmer’s File- Looking for articles pertaining to any kind of animal farming. This is just the place.
  • Clinical trials- This is where Pashudhan bridges the gap between theory and practice. All that one has to do is try the product.
  • Research Spotlight- What is happening in the labs around the world? This is for all those who want to read something new.
  • Pet Shop Talk- For all those pet owners who simply love their pets.
  • Six- Point Blank- Point Blank Interview of field experts.
  • National and International News- Keeps you abreast with current news within and outside the country.

How to Contribute?

1. Articles:

We invite you to contribute articles for publication in Pashudhan. The articles sent for publication should be:

a. Neatly typed on one side of the paper with double line spacing. One duplicate copy of the article for publication would have to be furnished.

b. A covering letter should be enclosed along with the article, describing the importance of the article. If the article is sent for publication under any specific column in PASHUDHAN, Viz., Photo feature, Research Spotight, Pet Shop Talk, News item etc., the same has to be indicated.

c. If any photograph is provided in support of the article, a caption is to be written on the back of the photograph. Due credit to the photograph/photographer would be required.

2. News items:

News items should be sent to the Editorial Office by the 14 th of every month for publication in the subsequent month's issue. Items in standard press release format are preferred. All items are published under the discretion of the editorial board.

Pashudhan Team

Editor: Dr.Ruturaj B.Patil,M.V.Sc(Veterinary Medicine)

Sub-editor: Nidhi Upadhyay

Editorial board members: Dr.Divya Divakaran,M.V.Sc(Medicine)

Associate Editors

Dr.V.Raghavan(Assoc.Ed.-Foreign Desk)

Doctor of Vet.Med.(Bangladesh)

PHD.Ani.Nutri.(Hannover,Germany)

Design & Circulation

Mr.Sanjeev Rao J.Bengley

Printed & Published

Mr.Ravinder Kumar Agrawal

for Natural Remedies Pvt.Ltd.,Bangalore

at Sri Ranga Printers Pvt.Ltd.,Bangalore

Editorial Office

5B, Veerasandra Ind.Area,Electronic City Office

Bangalore 560100,Karnataka,India

Phone:080-40209949

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

World Facing Shortage of Large-animal Veterinarians

It's worrisome, a Penn State veterinary scientist suggests, that there is a growing scarcity of 'public-sector' veterinarians who are involved in the care and treatment of livestock, the eradication of threatening diseases, and the monitoring of food safety and quality with state and federal agencies.

UNIVERSITY PARK, Penn.-The United States is facing a shortage of large-animal veterinarians that could jeopardize the nation`s food supply, and result in diseases spreading from animals to humans, according to a veterinary scientist in Penn State?s College of Agricultural Sciences.

All veterinary fields have looming shortages both nationally and internationally, said David Wolfgang, field studies director and senior research associate in veterinary and biomedical sciences. Perhaps most worrisome, he suggests, is the growing scarcity of 'public-sector' veterinarians, who are involved in the care and treatment of livestock, the eradication of threatening diseases, and the monitoring of food safety and quality with state and federal agencies. They also play a major role in issues of animal welfare, agro- and bio-terrorism, biodiversity, and the consolidation of agribusiness.

?Veterinarians are a unique resource within the health-professions field -- we are the only health professionals trained in comparative medicine,' said Wolfgang. 'We play a critical role in the linkage between agriculture, animal health and human health.'

A major concern related to the shortages, Wolfgang explains, are zoonotic diseases, such as Salmonella, E. coli 0157:H7, tuberculosis, Ebola and avian influenza, which are passed from animals to humans. ?There are more than 800 infectious zoonotic diseases worldwide and the vast majority of emerging diseases, such as West Nile virus, have a zoonotic component. All of the gravest bio-threats facing humans are zoonotic in nature, with the exception of smallpox.?

State, national, and even international needs for public health, food safety and security, production-animal health, and comparative medicine are now more important than ever, he said. Fewer than 80,000 veterinarians practice in the United States today, and only 15,000 are engaged in food-animal care, public practice or herd-population medicine. 'This is a significantly inadequate number in relation to our needs,' said Wolfgang. 'In Pennsylvania the shortage is less severe, but there is still a crying need for rural veterinary practitioners.'

The existing shortage in the field and aging population of public-sector veterinarians is exacerbated by low student enrollment in academic programs leading to public-sector veterinarian careers and poor retention in those fields, he explained.

Lack of student awareness is a contributing factor to low enrollment in veterinary and preveterinary curricula, Wolfgang noted. ?Most people think of veterinarians as pet doctors,' he said. 'Many veterinary students (or students in general) are not aware of the other fields of study or specialization. Most people do not know how veterinarians can play a critical role in the science of animal care, the productivity of animal agriculture, the stewardship of the environment (wildlife, water quality, etc.), and the safety of the food system.'

During the last several decades, companion-animal veterinary care has flourished due, in large part to the increasing affluence of many Americans. A majority of veterinary students, who are from urban or suburban backgrounds, enter these sectors of the industry, Wolfgang explained. 'Companion-animal practices are generally more lucrative, which makes them more attractive to graduates who have exorbitant student loans to repay. 'Nationally, the average debt-load of a veterinary school graduate is almost $120,000.' he said.

Each year 2,500 graduates enter the veterinary job market, according to Wolfgang. Currently, about 150 to 200 veterinarians enter rural and food animal veterinary medicine every year, but almost 80 percent of them leave for different fields of veterinary medicine within three years of graduating. Each year about an equal number enter fields like teaching, research, and regulatory medicine. ?To meet current needs an estimated 500 veterinarians should enter, and be retained, in the public sector each year,? he said.

A number of states have enacted loan-forgiveness legislation (as great as $10,000-$20,000 per year for up to four years) in hopes of encouraging graduates to locate and remain in rural areas or in the veterinary fields where there are shortages, Wolfgang said. In return for every year of financial support, graduates provide one year of service to an area in need of veterinary care. 'Pennsylvania has not implemented debt forgiveness of this magnitude yet,' he said. 'Pennsylvania students saw a mere $800 a year in compensations for 2007.'

At the national level, Congress recently passed legislation that will provide $1.5 billion in competitive grants for increasing veterinary school infrastructure plus separate loan-forgiveness legislation that is not yet fully funded. ?Hopefully, Pennsylvania legislators will encourage their national counterparts to fully fund the national veterinary infrastructure and manpower initiatives,? said Wolfgang.

The shortage is a problem that won`t be resolved quickly, Wolfgang pointed out. 'The process could take 10 or more years to get new recruits into the field. Ten years adds up quickly when you consider undergraduate recruitment, professional school education, and additional advanced training. So we have to start as soon as possible,? he warned.' Especially given the declining, and aging population of public-sector veterinarians. The actions taken by the academic community, legislators, and industry groups will be determining factors in the future of some of our greatest public health concerns.' Source: Extension

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