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The study was conducted with the ob~ctives of analyzing in detail the clinical tasks performed
by the veterinary surgeons from three perspectives such as frequency of performance, level of
importance and performance difficulty and to prioritize the tasks to facilitate curriculum development under Continuing Veterinary Education (CVE) programme. The data were obtained by usingquestionnaires from the 130 veterinary surgeons out of 764 veterinary surgeons working in Kerala. It was found that top priority was assigned to the tasks management of mastitis, udder and teat surgery and artificial insemination respectively under medical, surgical and gynecological
tasks.However, 18 tasks each under medical and gynecology .and 32 tasks under surgery were
ranked according to priorities assigned by the respondents. The ranks assigned to these tasks can
be the yardstick for incorporating them in the curriculum of CVE programme