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Certificate in Veterinary Clinical Assistant

Rs.5,000.00 Rs.2,500.00

A Veterinary Clinical Assistant is a person who assist a registered veterinarian or work under the supervision of registered veterinarian to provide a set of “Minor Veterinary services” in indoor setting required for a given job role as per the provision of Indian Veterinary Council Act


Course Name: Certificate in Veterinary Clinical Assistant

Course Id: CVCA/Q0001.
Education Qualification: 10th Class.
Course and Exam Fee: 5000.

Certification Process under Recognized Prior Learning (RPL) Mode.

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Step 7- After Online Examination within 3 days you will get Diploma Certificate soft copy(Scan Copy) and Hard Copy(Original With Seal and Sign) within 15 days.

Step 8- After Certification you will receive Prospect Job Opportunities as per your Interest Area.

Online Examination Detail:

Duration- 60 minutes.

No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple choice Questions).

Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.

There is No Negative marking in this module.

Benefits of Certification:

  • Government Authorized Assessment Agency Certification.
  • Certificate Valid for Lifetime.
  • Lifetime Verification of Certificate.
  • Free Job Assistance as per your Interest Area.

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Certificate in veterinary Clinical Assistant


Introduction to veterinary Clinical Assistant
Implementing regular preventive animal health care program
Provisional diagnosis of common animal diseases
Providing curative treatment for common animal diseases
Veterinary first aid
Assistance during veterinary surgery in hospital/ clinic setting


Introduction to veterinary Clinical Assistant

Identify the principles of general discipline in the class room (Do‟s & Don‟ts)  Understand the linkage between,  rural livelihood and livestock farming  Understand the scope and demand, of veterinary service (including laboratory services)  Understand companion animal sector, and general expectation from clients  Familiarize with the laws / rules, related to Minor Veterinary Practices / Drug dispensing and the importance of supervision by registered veterinarian.  Understand the role and,  responsibility of a Veterinary Clinical Assistant in public and private services.

Implementing regular preventive animal health care program

Identify animals and maintain proper record  Observe the environment and take, history  Conduct routine examination of,  health of animals.  Familiarize with the causes and,  ways of transmission of diseases.  Identify common transmissible, diseases  Identify zoonotic diseases,  Familiarize with the concept of, notifiable disease.  Familiarize with the common,  measures that can prevent diseases in animals.  Familiarize with the herd health,  approach.  Perform various preventive services,  such as vaccination, parasite control etc.

Provisional diagnosis of common animal diseases

Familiarize with the species and breed characteristics of common farm animals.  Familiarize with the prevalent farming, system, social, geographical and environmental condition of the service area.  Understand the definition of health, and disease, signs of health.  Familiarize with the basic aspect of, body scoring chart to ascertain the condition of an animal.  Familiarize with the basic veterinary, anatomy (digestive, respiratory, nervous, circulatory, urinary, reproductive, sensory and lymphoreticular organs system), Familiarize with the major bones, joints and muscles.  Familiarize with the boundaries of, thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities and the boundaries and clinical importance of the flank and para lumbar fossa.

Providing curative treatment for common animal diseases

Perform assessment of physical state of an animal and degree of seriousness of presenting signs.  Familiarize with the right of animal, owners, service quality and requirement of continuity of services.  Communicate with animal owners, regarding prescribed treatment and instructions thereof.  Familiarize with the initial care for, common signs and follow model guideline of curative care approved by supervising veterinarian.  Determine the suitability of the, animal condition to receive fluid therapy.  Follow the procedure for, administering fluid therapy  Understand the de-worming, procedures, Familiarize with the application of plaster cast or splint for fracture immobilization and other bandaging procedure in large and small animals.

Veterinary first aid

Understand emergency conditions and pre-disposing factors.  Undertake basic treatment of, emergency conditions (including use of approved traditional medicinal products and practices)  Undertake common first aid, measures  Familiarize with the nature of wounds, vis a vis procedure for cleaning and protection  Perform treatment of superficial, wounds / abscess  Handle fractures and horn injury, Provide first aid during animal birth,  Handle poisoning,  Perform administration of medicine to,  injured animals  Undertake the safety measures,during first aid.

Assistance during veterinary surgery in hospital/ clinic setting

Understand the basic objective of surgical sterilization  Familiarize with the sterilization, procedures for surgical instruments, Identify common surgical equipment, instruments and suture materials.  Carry out preparation of surgical, packs, instruments, drapes, operation theatres.  Familiarize with anaesthetic, apparatus, monitoring equipment and accessories.  Adhere to standard operating, procedures (Pre-surgical, during surgery and post-surgery)  Carry out preparation of surgical,  patients.  Undertake aseptic dressing and,  bandaging.  Familiarize with the underlying,  causes of prolapse of uterus, dystocia and retention of placenta.  Familiarize with the appropriate, equipment, season, age of animal for non-surgical castration.


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