|Verfahren der Evaluierung||Kolloquium|
|Abteilung||Lehrstuhl für Tierzucht, Tierernährung und Labortierkunde|
Voraussetzungen: Prüfung in Tierzucht und Genetik I.
Diese Lehrveranstaltungen befassen sich mit den speziellen Merkmalen, Zuchtwerten, Zuchtmethoden und Produktionstechnologien der wichtigsten Haussäugetieren, wie Pferd, Rind, Schaf, Ziege, Schwein, Hund und Katze, weiterhin der Hühner-, Puten-, Wassergeflügel und anderen Geflügelrassen.
Verantwortlich: Doz. Dr. habil. András GÁSPÁRDY, PhD
Z.L.: Prof. László ZÖLDÁG, PhD, DSc, Tutor des deutschen Kurses
G.A.: Doz. Dr. habil. András GÁSPÁRDY, PhD
Vorlesungen: 2 x 2 Stunden/Woche
Übungen: 2 Stunden/Woche
Those students, who completed the first 4 semesters in the German language course and intend to continue with the English course from the 5th semester shall only do summer practice for two weeks, focusing on animal nutrition aspects. These students shall follow the rules detailed below:
András BERSÉNYI, DVM, PhD
Institute for Animal Breeding, Nutrition and Laboratory Animal Science
Address: 1078 Budapest, István u. 2., Hungary
Post office: H-1400 Budapest, POB. 2., Hungary
Tel.: +36-1-478-4122; Fax: +36-1-478-4291
Rules and guidelines for the 2-w-long Animal Nutrition summer practice (to be carried out till the 17 July, 2015) for the former German Students who want to continue their studies from the 5th semester in the English program of the Faculty
The aim of the summer practice is to directly experience the practice of animal nutrition and technology of large-scale farm animals, and to highlight the cooperation and bond between the nutrition and veterinary work.
The body of the e-mail shall contain your name only while the subject is “training agreement”.
b) a diary describing the daily activities day by day and
c) a signed note from the farm manager validating the participation
shall be prepared, printed out, bound ALL together and handed in as a HARD COPY to the Secretariat of the Department of Nutrition (1078 Budapest, Rottenbiller u. 50) by the beginning of the semester.
The report should also be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org ( .doc, .docx or .pdf format) by the beginning of the semester to get controlled in the plagiarism database.
Submission of the report is a PREREQUISITE for the exam of the discipline (animal nutrition II.) for the semester. Moreover, submission of the report is also a prerequisite for enrolling for Animal Nutrition, as those, who submit late will lose the chance for registering.
Instructions for preparation of the report and diary
The aim of the 2 weeks is the understanding of the every day practice of animal nutrition, as well as its rules, considerations, habits, strategies, trends and the proper role of the veterinarian surgeon in it.
During the time of the practical you need to be employed in the routine daily work of the farm, and work according to the directions of the supervisor or owner (farmer).
An up to date diary must be kept about all the activities day by day (hand written or electronic). This should be signed by the supervisor or by the owner of the farm at the end of the practical and shall be included as Chapter 4. of your report.
You have to summarise your experiences and observations collected during the practical in a report (18 - 25 written pages, preferably illustrated by photos, figures and tables).
The Institute will evaluate the report, and a mark (scores from 2-5) will be included in the scores of final examination, if the summer practical and the report were accepted.
Your critical approach and well based opinion is very important, such as the quality of the presentation of your work.
Structure of the report
1) Cover page: contains your name, farm`s name, supervisor`s name, date
2) Table of Contents with page numbers
3) Chapter 1. General description of the farm / unit (6 -8 pages, 1-2 maps, 2-3 images)
- name, address, location, economical and ecological conditions;
- the farmer’s or supervisor’s name; size of the land, farm-income, kinds of production (i.e.
plants, animals) and products, percentages of the plants produced;
- labour conditions, the management of the farm and of the animal breeding units, workers
- financial affairs concerning farm management (if possible);
- species and breeds bred on the farm(s);
- number of breeding and production animals (males, females) of different age groups;
- the main production results of the last year
4) Chapter 2. Aspects of animal nutrition (12 – 15 pages, 3-4 images)
- climate and type of soil;
- characteristics of the crop husbandry (sowing plan, yields, grassland);
- typical fodder;
- methods of fodder conservation (hay, silage);
- description of the mixing house and laboratory, watering system.
2. Explanation of the feeding processes of two different animal species in detail
- detailed introduction of the feeding of different animal species according to age, body weight, and biological status (e.g., growth, pregnancy, lactation), including those problems encountered during the feeding process which are connected to metabolic disorders and reproduction.
The following topics need to be addressed:
- nutrient requirements;
- feeding management;
- feedstuffs used for feeding;
- feed preparation;
- composition and evaluation of diets;
- nutritional disorders or diseases;
- the way feeding
Individual opinions and a brief evaluation.
5) Chapter 4. Diary. Short description of the daily work, day by day (~ 4 pages)
6) extra information (further images, pedigrees, maps, etc.)
Training Agreement for summer practice
Between Department of Animal Nutrition, Institute of Animal Breeding, Nutrition and Laboratory Animal Science, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Szent István University, Budapest, Hungary
WHEREAS the PARTNER ORGANIZATION accepts the STUDENT as an intern within the framework of this agreement.
The parties agree to the following:
I - Internship
1.1 The training period and this agreement will have a duration of 2 (+1) weeks, from ……………. to …………………...
The STUDENT’s training requirements are described in the Department`s handout that is available on the Department`s website., and is attached to this agreement as supplement.
1.4 During his/her internship, the STUDENT shall not receive any remuneration from the PARTNER ORGANIZATION.
1.5 The STUDENT shall not be considered, in any way, an employee of the PARTNER ORGANIZATION, either for the purposes of the internship or as part of it.
II – FACULTY’s Obligations
Under this agreement, the FACULTY assumes the following obligations:
1. To conduct a follow-up with the STUDENT once the internship is complete via a written report and diary;
2. The FACULTY is not responsible for any physical, personal damages, injuries or financial losses caused directly or indirectly by the STUDENT.
III – PARTNER ORGANIZATION’s Obligations
Under this agreement, the PARTNER ORGANIZATION assumes the following obligations:
3.1 To welcome the STUDENT, to integrate him/her into the workplace and to assign him/her professional tasks related to the specified objectives of the internship.
IV – STUDENT’s Obligations
4.1 During his/her internship with the PARTNER ORGANIZATION, the STUDENT will remain a student of the FACULTY but shall follow the rules and internal regulations of the PARTNER ORGANIZATION, particularly those related to discipline, working hours, work safety and confidentiality. He/she shall also comply with the work methods, social norms and standards of dress of the PARTNER ORGANIZATION and be very respectful of others in the interests of integrating into the workplace as successfully as possible.
4.2 The STUDENT shall not divulge any confidential information obtained during the internship that the PARTNER ORGANIZATION has indicated is confidential without having first obtained a formal written authorization from the PARTNER ORGANIZATION.
4.3 The STUDENT shall respect the confidential nature of the information obtained from clients of the PARTNER ORGANIZATION and shall not divulge any part of it without first having obtained a formal written authorization from the persons or organizations involved.
András Bersényi DVM PhD
Supervisor Partner organisation