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here are the question papers of previous years 2001-09 general studies mains…

General studies 2001 mains

General studies 2002 mains

General studies 2003 mains

General studies 2004 mains

General studies 2005 mains

General studies 2006 mains

General studies 2007 mains

general studies 2008 paper 1general studies 2008 paper 2

General studies 2009 mains

karnataka administrative service – gazatted probationary preliminary examination which was held on june 6th 2010 has announced their results yesterday night…

congratulations for those who have cleared the exams.

view ur results here: elglist of gp prelims 2010

all d best for mains…!!!!!!!

thanzxs….

PAPER – I SECTION A
1. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each: (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Steaming up
(b) Buffalo semen diluents
(c) Milk synthesis and ejection
(d) Bypass proteins
2. (a) Agro-industrial by-products are gaining momentum day-by-day in livestock feeding. How do you proceed in preparing safer feeds from the above products?(50)
(b) Name ten agro-industrial by-products used in feeding livestock.(10)
3. Why is fertility status of cattle and buffaloes low in India? Give suggestions for improving the fertility status of cattle and buffaloes in India.(60)
4. Enlist the proteolytic enzymes of gastro-intestinal tract of monogastrics (swine). Write the substrate and product formed and the optimum pH required for activity.(60)
SECTION B
5. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each: (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Package of practices in supply of green fodder to dairy cattle round the year
(b) Up-grading
(c) Management of livestock in drought conditions
(d) Environment and genotype interactions
6. (a) What do you understand by the words ‘Random Mating’ and ‘Selection’? When do we use random mating in breeding of livestock? (30)
(b) Explain the various aids to selection and their relative merits and demerits.(30)
7. Enlist different farming systems that are adopted in livestock rearing. Explain the advantages and limitations in each farming system. Suggest a feasible farming system most suitable to Indian conditions. (60)
8. (a) What do you mean by ‘Variance’? Discuss in detail about the components of variance.(30)
(b) What is heritability in the broad sense and heritability in the narrow sense? Give examples.(30)

PAPER – II SECTION A
1. Write short notes on any Three of the following in about 200 words each: (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Structure of sweat glands and their functions.
(b) Respiration in birds
(c) Drugs acting on Autonomous Nervous System.
(d) Significance of endocrine glands.
2. Discuss the following: (30 x 2 = 60)
(a) Investigation techniques for diagnosis of bacterial diseases-especially for collection, preservation and dispatch of materials along with the laboratory procedures to be performed.
(b) Indications, diagnosis, treatment and management of ‘cyanide’ poisoning in cattle.
3. Describe etiology, transmission, diagnosis, prevention and control of rabies. Discuss its public-health significance/importance.(60)
4. In spite of advancement in diagnostic techniques due to development in the field of biotechnology and molecular biology why are diseases like Tuberculosis, ‘Jhones disease’, Brucellosis etc. still threatening to the Indian Live-Stock Economy/Industry?(60)
SECTION B
5. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Role of Veterinarian in Public Health.
(b) Significance of preanaesthetic medications.
(c) Materials and methods for collections of samples for veterolegal investigation.
(d) Role of extension in Animal Husbandry Sector.
6. Discuss the following: (30 x 2 = 60)
(a) Regulatory provisions in meat trade industry.
(b) Application of epidemiological measures in the study of diseases and disease control.
7. Enumerate viral diseases of poultry. Discuss different vaccines and vaccination schedules used for Ranikhet Disease (RD) and infectious Bursal Disease (IBD). In spite of regular vaccination why are outbreaks of both the above diseases observed? (60)
8. Discuss indications and surgical interferences/ interventions of hernia in cow, caesarian in buffalo and choking in horse. (60)

below is 2009 mains question paper:

ANIMALHUSB_I

ANIMALHUSB_II

PAPER – I SECTION A
1. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each: (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Current issues of Indian feed industry
(b) Hormones as growth stimulating substances
(c) Milk ejection
(d) Recent methods of oestrus detection in cows
2. Using current research findings, discuss in detail the endocrine regulation of oestrus cycle. How can this knowledge be used to improve livestock productivity? (60)
3. Discuss the possible reasons for poor conception following artificial insemination, especially with frozen semen and suggest measures to improve conception rate.(60)
4. What is least cost ration? What is its significance under Indian conditions? Write the procedure of  developing the least cost ration.
(60)
SECTION B
5. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Care of neonate
(b) Mosaicism and Chimerism
(c) Recombinant DIMA technology
(d) Heterosis
6. Discuss merits and demerits of various methods of selection for livestock improvement in Indian context.(60)
7. Define outbreeding. Discuss various methods of outbreeding. Which is the most suitable method of outbreeding for the large Indian cattle population? (60)
8. Discuss various factors which can improve efficiency of dairy animals at a commercial dairy farmhaving 200 adult Murrah buffaloes in semi-arid Indian climate.(60)

PAPER – II SECTION A
1. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Gametogenesis
(b) Chemotherapy of neoplastic diseases
(c) Rumenotomy in bovines
(d) Veterolegal cases
2. (a) Give an account of the structure and function of kidneys.(30)
(b) Explain the structure & function of sweat glands. (30)
3. Discuss functional disorders of endocrine glands, their symptoms and diagnosis.(60)
4. Describe the etiology, epidemiology, pathogenesis, symptoms, diagnosis, prevention and control of bird flu. Elucidate its zoonotic and economic significance.(60)
SECTION B
5. Write short notes on any three of the following in about 200 words each: (20 x 3 = 60)
(a) Sterilized milk
(b) Rabbit wool production
(c) Meat preservation
(d) Mastitis
6. (a) Write an account on various cultured milks (30)
(b) Explain the preparation of different cultured milks. (30)
7. (a) Explain the channels for marketing of poultry meat, eggs and their products. (30)
(b) Suggest how they can be improved.(30)
8. “Research without extension is a hobby while extension without research is a folly.” Discuss. (60)