Ticks are common across the world. In the India ticks are most active from March to May and from August to November; this is what we would usually call tick season. Ticks can be active whole year as long as the temperature is above freezing. Most tick bites are harmless but some tick bites can transmit disease. The best action is to try to prevent being bitten by a tick, but if you are bitten use the following recommendations for correct Tick Removal.
First, take those steps which are necessary to avoid Tick Removal by taking precautions when going in the woods or grassy areas. Stick to the center of the trail, going cross country through tall grass of thick jungle will increase your chance of contact with ticks. Wear full sleeve shirts and Full pants, ticks can’t bite if they can't contact your skin, tuck in your shirts and pant legs into socks. We usually try to avoid mosquito, use insect repellent rated for both ticks and mosquitoes. When returning from jungle do a “tick check,” check your clothes and body for any ticks. Wash your body and clothing asap. As for pets, make sure to check your dogs and cats for ticks regularly and talk with your vet about the best actions to prevent their exposure.
If you have been bitten by a tick for these Tick Removal steps. Use fine tip tweezers or specifically designed tick tweezers to remove the tick. Do not use your fingers to attempt to remove the tick. We want to avoid smashing or otherwise disfiguring the tick, we want to remove it completely from our body. Using the tweezers grasp the tick as close to the body as possible. Pull up with steady even pressure until the skin tents. Within a few seconds the tick will likely detach from the body. If it does not detach, continue to pull with steady pressure to remove the tick. If you twist or jerk the tick it may cause mouth parts to break off and remain in your skin. If this happens use the tweezers to try and remove the remaining parts of the tick. After removing the tick, clean the area with lots of soap and water. You may dispose of the tick or place it in a sealed container, like a plastic bag, to take with you to your doctor to test the tick for disease. If you intend to test the tick, it must be viable, put a cotton swab with a bit of water in the container to prevent the tick from drying out. If you develop a rash or fever withing a few days to a few weeks of exposure see your doctor immediately. Find a list of common tick species and their geographic locations in the US from the CDC here.