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in the number of Co-operative Cattle Breeding Societies
and is making every effort to meet their requirements. It
does not, however, attach so much importance to the opening
of societies as it does to the help which the staff of the Co-
operative Department can give in discussing with members
of Co-operative Societies the economics of cattle-breeding
as at present practised in the majority of our Indian villages.

                        VII.—ESTABLISHMENT.

Numerical strength.—
Table VI.

43. At the close of the previous year the sanctioned
cadre of the subordinate veterinary
staff was 344 (28 Veterinary Inspectors,
20 Veterinary Assistant Surgeons and
296 Veterinary Assistants). The following additional staff
was sanctioned during the year under report :—

Veterinary Assistant Surgeons .. ..

8

Veterinary Assistant, 1st grade .. ..

1

Veterinary Assistants, 2nd grade .. ..

4

Veterinary Assistants, 3rd Grade .. ..

4

Total ..

17

Thus, at the close of the year, the sanctioned cadre
of the subordinate veterinary staff was :—

Veterinary Inspectors .. ..

19 (decrease due to
the elimination of
9 posts).

Veterinary Assistant Surgeons ..

28

Veterinary Assistants, 1st grade ..

60

Veterinary Assistants, 2nd grade ..

122

Veterinary Assistants, 3rd grade ..

123

Total ..

352

                            VIII.—EXPENDITUERE.

Expenditure.—Table X.

44. Details of expenditure under different heads are
shown in this Table. During the year
under report, the total expenditure
amounted to Rs. 24,60,562 as compared with Rs. 22,44,867
in the previous year.

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