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Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2018)

An analysis of constraints as perceived by veterinary professionals of state department of animal husbandry (SDAH) for effective livestock service delivery in Haryana

Author(s):
Jayant Goyal, Mahesh Chander, Jitendra Pratap and Ajay Kumar Chaturvedani
Abstract:
The present investigation deals with different types of constraints faced by Veterinary Professionals (Senior Administrative Officers viz. Sub-Divisional officer and Veterinary Surgeons) of Department of Animal Husbandry and Dairying, Haryana for effective delivery of livestock services. The study was conducted in all the four divisions of Haryana selecting a random sample of 88 veterinary professionals as respondents across the state. To find out the constraints as perceived by the respondents, constraints were categorized under various components viz. human resource and development constraints, motivational constraints, administrative constraints, situational constraints, infrastructural constraints, technological constraints, social constraints and financial constraints. The major constraints perceived by veterinary professionals for effective delivery of livestock services were insufficient number of veterinary professionals at field, less avenues for promotion, few people got all benefits, veterinary personnel need to perform multitude tasks, lack of facilities for delivery of livestock services at farmers’ doorstep, lack of advanced disease diagnostic technologies, less integration of SDAH with rural organizations and paucity of budget for livestock services.
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How to cite this article:
Jayant Goyal, Mahesh Chander, Jitendra Pratap, Ajay Kumar Chaturvedani. An analysis of constraints as perceived by veterinary professionals of state department of animal husbandry (SDAH) for effective livestock service delivery in Haryana. Pharma Innovation 2018;7(4):1057-1060.
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