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Government Of Assam Dhemaji District

Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department Dhemaji.

  • 1.Profile2.Contact Details3. Flood Management plan 4. Progress Report 

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji: Overview:

    Dhemaji district is one of the remote rural districts in the State. It has rich source of livestock and it plays a vital role in the upliftment of socio-economic development of rural and semi urban areas of the state of the District since inception.  There are 12 No’s of State Veterinary Dispensary and 16 Nos.  Veterinary sub centre/stockman centre across the District for rendering veterinary services. As per the 19th Livestock Census 2012, there were total cattle population 4,69,219, buffaloes 21635, goats 143,154 no’s, sheep-778, pig 132,427 , Fowl- 604542 and Duck 224774 nos. 

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Duties and Responsibilities

    Strengthen rural economy and alleviation of poverty through scaling up animal husbandry practices.

    Objectives of Veterinary Department:

    1. To increase meat production
    2. To increase milk production
    3. To increase egg production

    To achieve these objectives Veterinary Department is undertaken the following duties and responsibilities:

    1. Treatment and vaccination for prevention and relief of animal suffering from diseases.
    2. Artificial Insemination (AI) services to the crossbred, local cows, buffaloes and goat to increase milk production as well as meat production for goat.
    3. Extension services, Training to the farmers in the field level to scaling up the veterinary farming.
    4. Food safety and control of zoonotic and emerging diseases.
    5. Encourage the youths for self employment through different animal husbandry farming  

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Organizational structure

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Different Offices

    1. District Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Office, Dhemaji
    2. Rinderpest Eradication Office (REO), Dhemaji
    3. Sub Divisional Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Office, Jonai
    4. Regional Artificial Insemination Office (RAIO), Jonai
    5. Vigilance Unit Bovine Contagious Pleuro-Pneumonia (BCPP)

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Lists of Officers and staffs

    District A. H. &Vety. Office: Dhemaji

    Sl.

    Name of Officer/Staff

    Designation

    Contact No.

    1

    Dr. KuladharSaikia

    I/C  D.V.O., Dhemaji

    9401466887

    2

    Dr. ChatrapatiGoyari

    Vety.Officer,( BCPP),Dhemaji

    9954407538

    3

    Dr. GirinSaikia

    Vety.Officer, Sissimukh

    9954705801

    4

    Dr. ManojThakuria

    Vety.Officer, Akajan

    9435389574

    5

    Dr. NirmalSonowal

    Vety.Officer, (Mobile)Dhemaji

    9854212613

    6

    Dr. SukhenChangmai

    Vety.Officer, Bordoloni

    9706510182

    7

    Dr(Ms)SmitaLahan

    Block Vety.Officer, Dhemaji

    8822582242

    8

    Dr. GulapPadun

    Block Vety.Officer, Bengenagarah

    9476553154

    9

    Dr. Anil Kr. Pegu

    Vety.Officer, Gogamukh

    9435014290

    10

    Dr.GauriSankarChutia

    Vety.Officer, Batgharia

    9706580840

    11

    Dr. Ghana Kt. Doley

    Vety.Officer, Pipolguri

    7896521677

    12

    Dr. DigantaPegu

    Vety.Officer,KVC, Dhemaji

    8404023436

    13

    Sri Lila Kt. Boruah

    VFA,  StateVety. Dispy, Dhemaji

    9678283941

    14

    Sri Mohan Boruah

    VFA, State Vety. Dispy, Dhemaji

    9954368858

    15

    Sri SushilKonwar

    VFA, State Vety. Dispy, Dhemaji(BCPP)

    9954832344

    16

    Sri JitenBharali

    VFA, Vety. Sub-Centre.Lakhipathar

    9678666577

    17

    Sri DigantaBorgohain

    VFA, Vety. Sub-Centre.Moridhal

    9678273410

    18

    Sri Pradip Kr. Doley

    VFA, Vety. Sub-Centre JamuguriPanch Ali

    9957245586

    19

    Sri Ajit Borah

    Gr.IVDhemaji

    9859082601

    20

    Sri TilenGohain

    Gr.IV, State Vety. Dispy, Dhemaji

    8753942324

    21

    Sri PranabDutta

    VFA, State Vety. Dispy, Batgharia(BCPP)

    8749887511

    22

    Sri NomalSonowal

    VFA,  State VetyDispy, Batgharia

    9613966239

    23

    Sri Lakhi Kt. Hazarika

    Gr. IV Batgharia

    9577634737

     24

    Sri TankeswarBharali

    SVFA,Bengenagarah

    7896202364

    25

    Sri MohendraGohain

    VFA, Bengenagarah

     

    26

    Sri KulamoniMissong

    Gr.IV,Bengenagarah

    8811969975

    27

    Sri DulalGohain

    VFA, Sissimukh

    8472047609

    28

    Sri NabinDeori

    VFA, Sissimukh

    8473018414

    29

    Sri KhagenPegu

    Gr.IV, Sissimukh

    9678952725

    30

    Sri DilipDeori

    VFA, Pipolguri

    7896035081

    31

    Sri Guna Kt. Boruah

    VFA, Pipolguri

    9954870413

    32

    Sri ManashGogoi

    Gr.IV, Pipolguri

    9957417688

    33

    Sri DebanandaPegu

    Gr.IV, Pipalguri

    8473834878

    34

    Sri PabitraPhulgoyari

    VFA, Sissiborgaon

    9678993518

    35

    Md. NirajuddinLaskar

    VFA, Sissiborgaon

     

    36

    Sri BaneswarChutia

    VFA, Sripani S/M Centre

    9954668091

    37

    Sri PabitraChutia

    Gr.IV,Sissiborgaon

    9577052282

    38

    Sri Sanjib Borah

    Gr.IV,Sissiborgaon

    9854735808

    39

    Sri JaduDeori

    Gr. IV, Sripani S/M Centre

     

    40

    Sri KiritiBuragohain

    SVFA, Akajan

     

    41

    Sri Dibya Kamal Pait

    VFA, Akajan

    8876414218

    42

    Sri MrinalNgatey

    VFA, Akajan

     

    43

    Md, DilwarHussain

    VFA, Akajan

     

    44

    Sri PremadharBhuyan

    VFA, Akajan

     

    45

    Sri Cheniram Borah

    Gr.IV, Akajan

    9954633450

    46

    Sri DebamadhavSarmah

    VFA, Bordoloni

    9854228165

    47

    Sri DhrubajyotiBasumatary

    VFA, Bordoloni

    7896918972

    48

    Sri ThaneswarSonowal

    VFA, Bordoloni

    8822035831

    49

    Sri ThaneswarLahan

    Gr.IV,Bordoloni

    7399880582

    50

    Sri Suresh Changmai

    Gr.IV,Bordoloni

    9678613267

    51

    Sri Babul Das

    SVFA, Gogamukh

     

    52

    Sri Sukhma Bora

    Gr.IV, Gogamukh

    9577773928

    53

    Sri Lohit Ch. Lahan

    Acctt. DVO's Office

    9894897852

    54

    Sri MinuGohain

    Jr.Asstt. DVO'sOffice, Dhemaji

    9864110097

    55

    Sri DuleswarSaikia

    Gr. IV  DVO Office, Dhemaji

    9957510194

    56

    Sri ArunHazarika

    Lab. Asstt.(BCPP) DVO'sOffice, Dhemaji

    9854026214

    57

    Sri jiban Ch. Hazarika

    SVFA, ICDP Centre,Dhemaji

    9435188534

    58

    Sri ArunDihingia

    Gr. IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    9854634412

    59

    Sri BidyadharGohain

    Gr. IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    9577336275

    60

    Sri Mahananda Borah

    Gr. IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    8753063049

    61

    Sri Mahanta Borah

    Gr. IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    9954616707

      62

    Sri SatyajitBoruah

    Gr. IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    9954385030

    63

    Sri Babul Boruah

    Gr.IV, DVO's Office, Dhemaji

    8822177688

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Lists of Officers and staffs

    REO: Dhemaji

    Sl.

    Name of Officer/Staff

    Designation

    Contact No.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    1

    Vacant

    REO, Dhemaji

    -

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Lists of Officers and staffs

    Sub -Divisional A. H. &Vety Office: Jonai

    Sl.

    Name of Officer/Staff

    Designation 

    Contact No.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    1

    Dr. Guna Kt. Deori

    S. D.V.O., Jonai

    9678499260

    2

    Dr. PrafullaHazarika

    BVO, Jonai

    9864528685

    3

    Dr. GautamDoley

    VO, ICDP, Jonai

    9435682949

    4

    Dr. BinudKachari

    VO ( Mobile), Jonai

    9435386675

    5

    Dr. PrakashPran Borah

    VO, Kemi

    9365744395

    6

    Dr. RajuDutta

    VO, Simenchapori

    7896744556

    7

    Mrs. ReenaKouli

    Sr. Asstt. SDVO, Jonai

    9707254541

    8

    Sri HorenSonowal

    SVFA, Jonai

    9954742831

    9

    Sri Purna kt. Gogoi

    VFA, Jonai

    9401263377

    10

    Sri GirishDeori

    VFA, Jonai

    7896833719

    11

    Sri DipludharPait

    Gr. IV ,Jonai

    7896369574

    12

    Sri Prodip Mohan

    Mali, Jonai

    9957068657

    13

    Sri BaburamChetry

    Gr. IV ,Jonai

    9678271339

    14

    Md. Kairul Islam

    Driver, Jonai

    9678101270

    15

    Sri Gubardhan Kaman

    Gr. IV ,Jonai

     

    16

    Sri NaranathSaikia

    VFA, Telam , Simenchapori

    9954638850

    17

    Sri Mohan Handiqui

    VFA, Simenchapori

    9954829166

    18

    F. Ahmed Laskar

    VFA, Simenchapori

     

    19

    Sri Hitesh Kouli

    VFA, Kemi

    9577993434

    20

    Sri BhupenDeori

    VFA, Kemi

    9864650852

    21

    Sri JugenMoyong

    Gr. IV Kemi

     

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Lists of Officers and staffs

    Regional AI Office: Jonai

    Sl.

    Name of Officer/Staff

    Designation

    Contact No.

    1

    2

    3

    4

    1

    Dr. KuladharSaikia

    RAIO., Jonai

    9401466887

    2.

    Dr. DigantaPegu

    VO,KVC Dhemaji

    7578023412

    3.

    Dr. GautamDoley

    VO, ICDP, Jonai

    9435682949

     

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji : Schemes and How to avail them

    1. Artificial Insemination (AI) in Cattle, Buffalo, Goat
    2. Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) control programme under RKVY
    3. Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR) control programme
    4. Departmental routine vaccination proramme of HS & BQ, Swine fever,  Goat pox, Entero toxemia, Brucellosis, Anthrax,  Ranikhet,  Duck plaque etc. under Institute of  Veterinary Biological, Khanapara, Guwahati-22
    5. Rural Infrastructure Development fund (RIDF)
    6. Livestock Insurance/Risk management under National Livestock Mission ( NLM)
    7. Dairy Entrepreneurship Development Scheme (DEDS) through NABARD
    8.  Entrepreneurship Development and employment generation (EDEG) through NABARD
    9. Tribal Sub-Plan (TSP) for Piggery farming.

    How to avail the scheme:

    For details of the schemes and beneficiaries please contact local Veterinary Dispensary or District/ Sub divisional Veterinary office or browse at the following sites:        

    Who are eligible?

    For details of the eligibility farmer please contact local Veterinary Dispensary or District/ Sub divisional Veterinary office or browse at the following sites:        

    Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Department, Dhemaji :

    Disaster Management –Flood Contingency plan

    DHEMAJI FOR THE YEAR- 2019

                    The following flood contingency plan of A.H. &Vety. Department of Dhemaji District for taking up of flood measures for the ensuing flood of 2019 in a phased manner as stated below has been prepared.

    Phases (A) Before flood measures (B) During flood measures (C) After flood measures.

                    (A) Before flood measures:- For taking flood measures before flood the Veterinary Officers are directed to identify the pocket  areas of endemic diseases and ensure the complete vaccination of those areas before flood which is going on positively at present. They are also instructed to identify the high land for rescue of the flood affected Livestock and Poultry and they are asked to identify the areas for availability of green grass and fodder in their respective areas. They are also advised to keep contact with other authority concern and obtain in advance permission for collection of green grass etc.

                    (B) )Duringflood measures :- All Veterinary  Officers  of the District has been asked to remain in vigilance for taking prompt action in occurrence of flood in their respective Dispensary  jurisdiction. They should inform the SVFA/VFA/SM and relief staff under their jurisdiction to keep vigil in the areas allotted to them. The SVFA/VFA / SM will visit their allotted villages frequently and report to the Vety. Officers /Team Leaders concerned about any emergency  field condition in the village and will render necessary advice to them to solve the situation. They are also directed to keep them ready to move any time/any day to the affected areas of the District for relief duty as and when needed. The team leader has to place the requirement of feed and fodder immediately and they should inform to the flood Zonal Officer to take necessary measurement in respect of rescue operation, disease control and necessity of feeds and fodder supply during those situation.. All requisition of flood requirement will be made through the Deputy Commissioner, Dhemaji and the Deputy Commissioner, Dhemaji is requested for making fund arrangement for purchasing of cattle feed and fodder etc. The Vety. Officer should keep contact with their respective Flood Zonal Officer(Circle Officer) and should report immediately to the Zonal Officer(flood) when needed on occurrence of flood for rescue of animals to the safer places. The Vety Officer also ask to submit the detail authentic progress report of flood daily / weekly also livestock dead and wash away during flood. The Deputy Commissioner, Dhemaji is requested to inform necessary instruction to all Circle Officers Dhemaji and Jonai Sub-Division to allow necessary fuel for the vehicle of concerned Vety. Officer/Block Vety. Officer Dhemaji and Jonai so that they monitor the flood affected areas with due purpose.

                    (C) After flood measures :-  The Vety. Field staff will have to be vigilant in their own areas for treatment of sick animals and also to report to the undersigned in case of death of Livestock. Any report of death of Livestock should be authentic and should have recommendation from the GaonBurah, G.P. President, LatMandals and Circle Officers of their concern. The various measures for before flood, during flood and post flood are discussed thoroughly with the Vety. Field Staff of Dhemaji District. Direction has also been given to the Vety. Officers  and other staff of the District  that the whole Dhemaji Civil Sub-Division is divided in six flood zone areas as follows. Each flood zone area will be looked after by a team of Vety. Relief team lead by one Vety). Officer as team leader.

                    (1)Machkhowa Flood Zone (2) Gogamukh Flood Zone (3)Bordoloni Flood Zone

    (4) Dhemaji Flood Zone(5) Sissiborgaon Flood Zone (I & II)

    Dhemaji Sub-Division :-

    1. Machkhowa Flood Zone :-Bengenagarah Block Vety. Dispensary will be Head Quarter and

    the relief team will be as follows :-

                    i)    Dr. GirinSaikia, Vety. Officer                 - Team Leader                   Ph No.9435389258(M)

                    ii)   Dr. GulapPadun, Vety. Officer                                             --             Ph No.9476553154(M)

                    iii)  Sri TankeswarBharali, SVFA                                   --                             PhNo.7896202364(M)

                    iv) SriMahendraBorgohain, S/M                                                --             PhNo.8473098205(M)

                    v)   Sri NabinDeuri, VFA                 --                             --                             PhNo.8473018414(M)

                    vi)  Sri DulalBorgohain, VFA                                          --                             PhNo.8472047609(M)

                    vii) Sri KulamoniMissong, Grade IV

                   viii)Sri KhagenPegu, Grade IV

    2. Gogamukh Flood Zone:- State Vety Dispensary, Gogamukh will be Head Quarter.

                    i)   Dr. Anil Pegu ,Vety. Officer    --             Team Leader                      Ph No.9435014290(M)

                    ii)  Sri Babul Das, SVFA                                                    --                             Ph No.6900929669(M)

        iii)  Sri Sukhma Bora, Grade IV                                    --                             Ph No.

    3. Bordoloni Flood Zone :- State Vety. Dispensary, Bordoloni  will be Head Quarter.

                    i)   Dr. SukhenChangmai, Vety. Officer    - Team Leader                   PhNo.9706510182(M)

                    ii)  Sri ThaneswarSonowal, VFA                                  --                             PhNo.8822035831(M)

                    ii)  Sri Debamadhab Sarmah, VFA                                              --             Ph No.9854228165(M)

                    iii) Sri Dhrubajyoti Basumatary, VFA                         --                             Ph No.7896918972(M)

                    iv) Sri ThaneswarLahan, Grade IV                                             --             Ph No.7399880582(M)

                    v)  Sri Suresh Changmai, Grade IV                                             --             Ph No.

     

     

    4. Dhemaji Flood Zone :-  State Vety. Dispensary ,Dhemaji  will be Head Quarter.

                    i)  Dr.SmitaLahan, Vety. Officer  - Team Leader                                   Ph No.8822582242(M)

                    ii)  Dr. GouriSankarChutia, Vety.Officer.                 --                             Ph No.9706580840(M)

                    iii)Sri Lila Kt. Baruah, VFA                                                              --             Ph No.9678283941(M)

                    iv) Sri Mohan Baruah, VFA                                                           --             Ph No.9954368858(M)

                    v)  Sri Pradeep Doley, VFA                                                           --             Ph No.9957245586(M)

    vi) Sri Diganta Borgohain,VFA                                     --                             Ph No.9678273410(M)

                    vii) Sri Nomal Sonowal, VFA                                         --                             Ph No.8011216494(M)

                    viii)Sri Pranab Dutta, VFA                                                              --             Ph No. 8749887511

                    viii) Sri TilenGohain, Grade IV

    5. Sissiborgaon Flood Zone(I) :- State Vety. Dispensary, Sissiborgaon will be Head Quarter.

                    i)   Dr. Ghana Kt. Doley, Vety. Officer,     Team Leader                      Ph No.7896521677(M)

    ii)  Sri Baneswar Chutia, VFA                                        --                             Ph No.9954668091(M)

                    iii) Sri Guna Kt. Baruah, VFA                                         --                             Ph No.9954870413(M)

                    iv) Sri DilipDeuri, VFA                                                      --                             Ph No.7896035081(M)

                    v)  Sri PabitraPhulgoyari, VFA      --                             --                             PhNo.9678993518(M)

                    vi) NirajuddinLashkar, VFA                                           --                             Ph No.

                  vii) Sri PabitraChutia, Grade IV                                   --                             Ph No.

                 viii) Sri Jadu Deori, Grade IV                                                        --             Ph No.

                   ix) Sri Debananda Pegu, Grade IV

    6. Sissiborgaon Flood Zone(II) :-Sissiborgaon Flood Zone(II) – State Vety. Dispensary, Akajan

    will be Head Quarter.

                    i)   Dr. ManojThakuria, Vety. Officer        -                                              Ph No.9435389574(M)

                    ii) Sri MrinalNgatey, VFA                               --                             --             PhNo.9435776874(M)

                    iii)  Sri DibyakamalPait, VFA          --                             --                             PhNo.8876414218(M)

                    iv)  Sri KirtiBuragohain, SVFA       --                             --                             PhNo.9954639384(M)

                     v)  Sri Prema Bhuyan, VFA                                          

                     vi)  Sri Cheniram Borah, Grade IV

     

                    Central Flood Squared and reserve team :-

                    1. Dr. KuladharSaikia, Dist.A.H. &Vety. Officer, Dhemaji --                             PhNo.9401466887(M)

                    2. Dr. Chatrapati Goyari,Vety. Officer, Dhemaji- Team Leader                       Ph No.9954407538(M)

                    3. Dr. Nirmal Sonowal, Vety.Officer(M),Dhemaji               --                             Ph No.7906780831(M)

                    3. Sri Jiban Ch. Hazarika, SVFA, ICDP, Dhemaji.    --                                          Ph No.9435188534(M)

                    4. Sri Sushil Konwar, VFA (BCPP) Dhemaji                             --                            Ph No.9954832344(M)

                    5. Sri Jiten Bharali, VFA                                                  --                                        Ph No.9678666577(M)

                    6. Sri BidyaGohain, Grade IV                                       --                                         Ph No.

                    7. Sri Mahananda Borah, IV                                                         --                           Ph No.

    Under Jonai Sub-Division :-

    1. Jonai Flood Zone :-
    1. Dr. Binud Kachari, Vety. Officer(Mobile), Jonai- Team Leader      Ph. No.9435386675(M)
    2. Sri Purna Kt. Gogoi, VFA                               
    3. Sri Baburam Chetry, Grade IV

     

    1. Laimekuri Flood Zone :-
    1. Dr. Prafulla Hazarika, Block Vety. Officer, Jonai- Team Leader      Ph No.9864528685(M)
    2. Sri Girish Deori, VFA
    3. Sri Gubardhan Kaman, Grade IV

     

    1. Gali Flood Zone :-
    1. Dr. Gautam Doley, Vety. Officer(ICDP), Jonai--           Team Leader      Ph No.9435682949(M)
    2. Sri Bhupen Deori, VFA
    3. Sri Dipladhar Pait, Grade IV

     

    1. Mechaki Chapori Flood Zone :-
    1. Sri Nara nath Saikia, VFA      
    2. Sri Pradip Mohan, Grade IV

     

    1. Kobu Chapori Flood Zone :-
    1. Dr. Prakash Pran Bora, Vety. Officer, Kemi                   Team Leader      Ph No.8822255690(M)
    2. Sri Hitesh Kuli, VFA
    3. Sri Jugen Moyong, Grade IV
    4.  
    5. Simen Chapori Flood Zone :-
    6. Dr. Raju Dutta, Vety. Officer, Simenchapori                 Team Leader      Ph No.8136058713(M)
    7. Sri Mohan Handique, VFA

    Central Flood Squad :-

    1. Dr. Binud Kachari, Vety. Officer(M), Jonai’                                                    Ph no. 9435386675(M)
    2. Dr. Gautam Doley, Vety. Officer, ICDP, Jonai                                                               Ph no. 8753941316(M)
    3. Sri Bhupen Deori, VFA
    4. Sri Girish Deori, VFA
    5. Sri Pradip Mohan, Grade IV
    6. Sri Gubardhan Kaman, Grade IV

     

    1. Control Room Squad :-
    1. Dr. Guna Kt. Deuri, Sub-Divisional A.H.& Vety. Officer, Jonai                Ph No.9678499260(M)
    2. Mrs Rina Kuli, Accountant, SDVO Office, Jonai                                            Ph no. 9707254541(M)
    3. Sri Girish Deori, VFA, Jonai
    4. Sri Pradip Mohan, Grade IV

                                                                                                   

    The District A.H. &Vety.Officer ,Dhemaji will be  Chief Flood Relief Officer under A.H. & Veterinary Department, Dhemaji .

                    All the above mentioned team leaders are directed to keep close contact and co-operation should maintained with administrative flood zonal officer (Circle Officer) of their respective zones and information regarding flood matters should dispatch regularly to this office. Daily/Weekly flood report should be submit from the field in the prescribed format to the District A.H.&Vety. Officer, Dhemaji. The Director, A.H.&Vety. Department, Assam, Guwahati-3 is requested to arrange for regular supply of  adequate medicines, vaccines, instruments, appliances and camping materials etc. to the District A.H.&Vety. Officer,  Dhemaji as per indent. There is no cattle feed agency at Dhemaji. However, to meet the emergent unavoidable circumstances,  requisition for supply of rice bran, rice polish, wheat bran etc. are to be placed to the District authority ;Dhemaji.

                The requirement of feed @3 Kg/Animal/Day for Large animal and @1 Kg/Animal/Day for small animal and 5 Kg of Fodder per large animal/day and 1 Kg/Small animal/Day will be required.

     The requisition for feed and fodder will be submit to the Deputy Commissioner, Dhemaji when the flood demand the grazing land.

                    Necessary Indent for  flood medicines and vaccines  has already been submitted to the Asstt. Director, Central Vety.Store, Assam; Guwahati-3 and the Joint Director, Vety.Biologicals; Khanapara; Guwahati-22.

                    At least 10(Ten) Nos. of Country boat may be required to reach the remote and corner places of the District for treatment and vaccination works by the Vety. relief team. So, requested to provide the same by the Civil Authority during the flood time as and when needed.

                    4(Four) Nos. of Mini trucks  may be required for carrying of feed and fodder to the Livestock sheltering places during flood. So, requested to provide the same with fuel as and when necessary.

                    To meet various contingency expenditure i.e. loading, unloading charges of feeds and fodder and fuel for mobilization of staff and carrying  of flood medicines and vaccines from Guwahati an amount of Rs.20,000/- and 100 Ltr of Diesel oil will be required. Therefore, Civil Authority is requested to provide the same.

    Achievement Report under Animal Husbandry and Vety. Department, Dhemaji

    Introduction :- Agriculture is the main economy for the people of Dhemaji district. Animal Husbandry is the major component of Agriculture.  Since establishment of Dhemaji District Animal Husbandry is developing due to fast development of communication. The district is rich source of livestock resources with 4,69,219 Nos. of cattle, 21,635 nos. of buffaloes, 1,43,154 nos. of goat, 778 nos. of sheep, 1,32,427 nos. of pig,  6,04,542 nos. of fowls, 2,24,774 nos. of duck according to Livestock Census-2012. Due to frequent flood problem and community base practices in rearing livestock this sector could not be develop like other district of the state.

    1. FMD- CP Vaccination for the year -2017-18 ( 1st Phase)  :- Dhemaji District received total 3,80,000 doses  of FMD Vaccine under ASCAD  to control the Livestock mainly Cattle, Buffaloes, Pig, Sheep and Goat which is very common diseases in Dhemaji District. This vaccines already utilized during stipulated time and date in entire district of Dhemaji.

     

    1. FMD- CP Vaccination for the year -2018-19 ( 2nd Phase)  :- Dhemaji District received total 2,80,000 doses of Vaccine to control the FMD diseases mainly Livestock. At present the vaccination programmeis going on throughout the Dhemaji District till date out of 2,80,000 doses total 32,564 doses of vaccination is already done.

     

    National  Livestock Mission for the year 2017-18 (1st Phase) :- Dhemaji District have total target  3350 nos. of livestock Insurance  mainly cattle, pig, sheep and goat.   For smooth running of insurance Dhemaji district received total amount of Rs.2,18,829/- (Rupees Two Lakh eighteen thousand eight hundred twenty nine) only . Accordingly Rs.89,000/- (Rupees ) only utilized against 1175 nos. of livestock Insurance done out of3350 nos. of livestock Insurance. In 1st Phase total Rs.1,29,829/- (Rupees One Lakh twenty nine thousand eight hundred twenty nine) only not utilized due to incompletion of Insurance. The said unutilized amount will be return to the Govt.

    1. Distribution of Piggery Unit to SHGs under TSP Scheme for the year 2013-14 :- During the year 2017-18 Dhemaji district have got 15 nos. of piggery units under TSP Scheme for the financial year 2013-14. The fund for the piggery units completely utilized by the Directorate of A.H.&Vety. Department, Assam, Guwahati-3 with the help of District A.H.&Vety. Department, Dhemaji.

     

    1. Distribution of Piggery Unit to SHGs under TSP Scheme for the year 2014-15 :- During the year 2018-19 Dhemaji district have got 16 nos. of piggery units under TSP Scheme for the financial year 2014-15. The fund for the piggery units completely utilized by the Directorate of A.H.&Vety. Department, Assam, Guwahati-3 with the help of District A.H.&Vety. Department, Dhemaji.

     

    1. Artificial Insemination and Castration for the year 2018-19 :-Total Artificial Insemination (Cattle) is 1420 nos. Total calf born 402 nos.( male- 230 nos., female-181nos). Castration (cattle, pig, goat) is 5022 nos. in Dhemaji district.

     

    1. Services during flood :- Apart from normal duties of treatment and vaccination work Dhemaji district A.H.&Vety. Department always services the dumb animals during flood 2018-19 in the Dhemaji district. The Department also rendered the valuable services to the affected livestock through vaccination, treatment and distribution of livestock feed and fodder. Total feed distributed 2461.20 Quintals( Wheat bran/Rice polish).  Treatment camp done- 7 nos, Vaccination done-755 nos.(HS & BQ),  Animal treated- 745 nos,  Poultry treated- 673 nos.

     

    1. Animal Disease Diagnosis and Reporting System:
    1. National Animal Disease Diagnosis and Reporting System : Animal blood Serum / Clinical samples of organ / Nasal discharge / Cloacal sample etc. are send to the Regional Disease Diagnostic Laboratory Guwahati-22
    2. Disease Diagnostic Laboratory : There is no disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Dhemaji District. However sometime clinical samples are send through the Ditrict Diagnostic Laboratory available at North Lakhimpur.

     

    DISTRICT PROFILE

    ANIMAL HUSBANDRY AND VETERINARY DEPARTMENT, DHEMAJI

     

                                    Agriculture is the main economy for the people of  Dhemaji District. Animal Husbandry is the main component of Agriculture. Total area covered by Dhemaji District is approximately 3237 Sq. K.M. and has population of 6,86,133 ( Six Lacs eighty six thousand one hundred thirty three) Nos. as per Census-2011.

     

    A) Administrative Setup  :-

    1. Sub-Division                            :- 2 (Two) Nos.
    2. Revenue Circle                        :- 4 (Four) Nos.
    3. Police Station                          :- 5 (Five ) Nos.
    4. Development Block                 :- 5 (Five ) Nos.
    5. L.A.C.                                       :- 2 ( Two) Nos.
    6. Parliamentary Constituency   :- 1 (One) No.
    7. Town Committee                    :- 3 (Three) Nos.

     

    B) Livestock Population of Dhemaji District as per 19th Livestock Census-2012 :-

          1. Total Numbers of Cattle           :- 4,69,119 Nos.

              a) Indigenous                            :- 4,67,937 Nos.

              b) Crossbred                              :- 1,282 Nos.

          2. Total Numbers of Buffaloes      :-  21,635 Nos.

          3. Sheep                ---                    :- 778 Nos.

          4. Goat                  ---                    :- 1,43,154 Nos.

          5. Pig                     ---                    :- 1,32,427 Nos.

          6. Horse                 ---                    :- 1,238 Nos.

          7. Poultry               ---                    :- 6,04,542 Nos.

          8. Duck                  ---                    :- 2,24,774 Nos.

     

    C) Mission and Vision of the District A.H.&Vety. Deptt.Dhemaji :-

         1. Improving quality of Animal Health Service .

         2. Obtaining and Increase in production of Livestock and increasing employment.

     

    D) Objective of the Department of DhemajiDistrict :-

         1. To enhance milk, meat and egg production.

         2. To improve breed able Livestock population through Artificial Insemination.

         3. To production quality feed and fodder.

         4. To increase Insurance to support Livestock farmer.

         5. To built capacity of Veterinary professionals for providing better resource to the farmers.

    E) Function :-

         1. Scientific rearing of animal and development of Livestock and Poultry.

         2. Veterinary education, training and Research.

         3. Animal Health and Disease control.

     

    F) Progress report of last three year :-

     

    Sl.No.

    Activities

    2016-17

    2017-18

    2018-19

    1

    Treatment

    65,320 Nos.

    67,526 Nos.

    63,720 Nos.

    2

    Vaccination

    21,352 Nos.

    16,732 Nos.

    3,80,000 Nos.

    3

    Castration

    7225 Nos.

    8,826 Nos.

    8,642 Nos.

    4

    Artificial Insemination

    868 Nos.

    934 Nos.

    1025 Nos.

    5

    Calf born

    256 Nos.

    302 Nos.

    268 Nos.

    6

    Nos. of Registered Milk

    Cooperative Society

    1 No.

    2 Nos.

    11 Nos.

    7

    Distribution of Piggery Unit to the SHG under TSP Scheme for the year 2013-14

    -

    -

    15 Units

     

    8

    Distribution of Piggery Unit to the SHG under TSP Scheme for the year 2014-15

    -

    -

    16 Units

     

     

     

    G) Activities on Artificial Insemination :-

         1. Total Breed able Cattle             :- 57795 Nos.

         2. Total A.I. Centre                         :- 9 (Nine) Nos.

         3. Total GopalMitra engaged        :- 10(Ten) Nos.

         4. Infrastructure/Institution of A.I.            :-

         a)  Regional A.I. Office                  :- 1(One) No.( Jonai)

          b) I.C.D.P. Centre                          :- 5 Nos.(Dhemaji,JamuguriPanch Ali, Sripani, Bijoypur

                                                                            andJonai)

          c) Staff position     : -i) Regional A.I. Officer         :- 1 (One) No.

                                          ii) Vety. Officer, ICDP                       :- 2 (Two) Nos.

                                          ii) Stockman              ---        :- 5 (Five) Nos.

                                             iii) Grade IV                        ---        :- 3 (Three) Nos.

     

    H) Institution and Infrastructure of A.H.&Vety. Deptt.Dhemaji :-

    1. State Vety. Dispensary, Gogamukh
    2. State Vety. Dispensary, Bordoloni
    3. State Vety. Dispensary, Batgharia
    4. Block Vety. Dispensary, Bengenagarah
    5. State Vety. Dispensary, Dhemaji
    6. State Vety. Dispensary, Sissimukh
    7. State Vety. Dispensary, Pipolguri
    8. State Vety. Dispensary, Sissiborgaon
    9. State Vety. Dispensary, Akajan
    10. State Vety. Dispensary, Simenchapori
    11. State Vety. Dispensary, Kemi
    12. Block Vety. Dispensary, Murkongselek
    13. Vety. Sub-Centre, Okhamati ( Non sanctioned)
    14. Vety. Sub-Centre, CheniaDeori ( Public donated)
    15. Vety. Sub-Centre, Salmari (Non sanctioned)
    16. Vety. Sub-Centre, Joyrampur (Public donated)
    17. Vety. Sub-Centre, Naruathan (Non sanctioned)
    18. Vety. Sub-Centre, Lakhipathar (Non sanctioned)
    19. Vety. Sub-Centre, Deorighat
    20. Vety. Sub-Centre, Simenmukh
    21. Vety. Sub-Centre, Bijoypur
    22. Vety. Sub-Centre, Laimekuri
    23. Vety. Sub-Centre, Telam
    24. Stockman Centre,  JamuguriPanch Ali
    25. Stockman Centre,  Moridhal
    26. Stockman Centre,  Sripani
    27. Stockman Centre,Centre,  Silapathar
    28. Stockman Centre,   Dekapam

     

    1. A) Man Power under the establishment of District A.H.&Vety. Officer, Dhemaji :-

     

    Sl.

    No.

    Name of the post

    Strength of post

    Man in position

    Nos. of vacancy

    1

    District A.H.&Vety. Officer,

    Dhemaji

    1 No.

    Nil.

    1 No.

    2

    U.D.A. cum Accountant

    1 No.

    1 No

    Nil.

    3

    Livestock Inspector

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    4

    L.D.A.

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    5

    Typist

    1 No.

    Nil.

    1 No.

    6

    Driver

    1 No.

    Nil.

    1 No.

    7

    Vety. Officer

    9 Nos.

    9 Nos.

    Nil.

    8

    Block Vety. Officer

    2 Nos.

    2 Nos.

    Nil.

    9

    S.V.F.A.

    5 Nos.

    3 Nos.

    2 No.

    10

    V.F.A.

    23 Nos.

    17 Nos.

    6 Nos.

    11

    Grade IV

    28 Nos.

    19 Nos.

    9 Nos.

     

    B) Man Power under the establishment of Sub-Divisional A.H.&Vety. Officer, Jonai

     

    Sl.

    No.

    Name of Post

    Strength

    of post

    Man in position

     

    Vacancy position

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    1

    S.D.V.O. Jonai

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    2.

    Vety. Officer

    3 Nos.

    3 Nos.

    Nil.

    3

    Block Vety. Officer

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    4.

    Accountant

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    5.

    L.D. Asstt.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    1 No.

    6.

    Typist

    1 No.

    Nil.

    1 No.

    7.

    Driver

    1 No.

    1 No.

    Nil.

    8.

    L.I

    1 No.

    Nil

    1 Nos

    9.

    S.V.F.A.

    2 Nos.

    2 Nos.

    Nil.

    10

    V.F.A.

    7 Nos.

    4 Nos.

    3Nos.

    11

    Grade IV

    11 Nos.

    5 Nos.

    6 Nos.

     

    Total

    30 Nos

    18 Nos

    12 Nos.

     

    J) Livestock Product:-

     

    Sl.No.

    Items

    2017-18

    2018-19

     

    1

    Milk

    41,05,251 Ltrs.

    54,16,621Ltrs.

     

    2

    Meat

    2,190  Tones

    3,215 Tones

     

    3

    Egg

    62,25,280 Nos.

    63,61,230 Nos.

     

     

    K) Private Poultry Farm:-

        1. Private Broiler Farm                   :- 235 Nos.

        2. Private Duck Farm                      :-   36 Nos.

        3. Private Quail Farm                     :-   12 Nos.

    L) Piggery Sector:-

       1. Total Pig population                     :- 1,32,427 Nos.

       2. Private Pig Farm                          :-  172 Nos.

       3. Piggery Self Help Groups             :-  537 Nos.

     

    M) 1) Total Feed distributed during Flood-2018 :- 2,461.20 Quintals (W/Bran, R/Polish)

          2)Total Health Camp done during Flood-2018   :- 36(Thirty six) Nos.

     

    N) Action to be taken:-

         1. To enhance milk, meat, egg production.

         2. Improve feeding management and health coverage of existing Livestock and Poultry.

         3. Provide technical support to the farmers through Training and Awareness.

         4. Providing support to the farmers for Govt. assistance and bank linkage.

         5. Free fodder seed distribution to the farmers for fodder cultivation.