image image

Download Now

 Diploma Certificate Profarma In Animal Husbandry
 Academic Performance Indicators(APIs) for Performance based Appraisal System(PBAS) for Annual self Assessment of Teachers
 Profarma of Career Advancement Acheme for Teachers
 Academic Regulation of Bachelor Degree Program
 Academic Regulation of Master Degree Program
 Academic Regulation of Ph.D Degree Program
 Kulgeet Text CGKV
 Veterinary Polytechnic Acadimic Regulation

College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry

The College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Anjora, Durg was established on 8th September, 1985 under the Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh. After the formation of Indira Gandhi Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Raipur in January 20, 1987, it is included as one of the constituent colleges. This college becomes the only Veterinary College of the state when the present State of Chhattisgarh was carved out of Madhya Pradesh in the year 2000. This was followed by the announcement of the establishment of Chhattisgarh Kamdhenu Vishwavidyalaya (CGKV) by His Excellency the Governor of Chhattisgarh State dated 11th April, 2012. The livestock sector of the State of Chhattisgarh intends to build a dynamic livestock economy leading to improved employment, increased economy, food security and food self-sufficiency for its people. The Veterinary College under the umbrella of CGKV, is an autonomous, non-profit making educational and research organization dedicated for the upliftment of farmer’s livelihood in Chhattisgarh. Education, research and extension are the major activities of the college through grant in-aid received from State Government, Govt. of India, ICAR and other national and international agencies to fullfill need-based mandates and objectives which are :

  • To impart modern education in Veterinary & Animal Sciences.
  • To promote and strengthen research programmes in Veterinary and Animal Sciences for safeguarding the    animal health and improve livestock productivity.
  • To undertake effective transfer of technology to pass on the benefits of research to the line departments , farmers and entrepreneurs for adoption through extension education.

The college has highly competent and experienced faculty members who have made significant contributions in research on animal health and production and various accolades of merit. The college has implemented minimum Standards of Veterinary Education Degree Course (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) Regulations, 1993 of Veterinary Council of India and accordingly, external examination system is in vogue for B.V.Sc. & A.H. 5-year programme. The college is recognized by the Veterinary Council of India and has obtained accreditation from the Indian Council of Agricultural Research.

Academic

From academic session 2009-10 the university has implemented Veterinary Council of India- Minimum Standards of Veterinary Education for B.V.Sc. & A.H. Regulations, 2008 and the following departments were reorganized/ established:

  • Veterinary Anatomy
  • Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry
  • Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology
  • Veterinary Parasitology
  • Veterinary Microbiology
  • Veterinary Pathology
  • Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Animal Genetics and Breeding
  • Livestock Production Management
  • Livestock Products Technology
  • Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics
  • Veterinary Surgery and Radiology
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education
  • Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex
  • Instructional Livestock Farm Complex

All these departments have excellent laboratory facilities and adequate infrastructure for the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research, a well equipped veterinary teaching hospital to cater the demands of large and small animal health care. In addition, the college also has an elite Sahiwal dairy herd and experimental piggery, goat and poultry farm which provide adequate facilities for teaching and research. College of Veterinary Science offers the following programmes of study:

  • B.V.Sc. & A.H. 5-year programme : The programme leading to the award of the B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree is designed to equip graduates with the knowledge and skills essential to a veterinary career. The programme is divided into three phases. The pre-clinical phase, undertaken in years one and two, provides education in basic sciences such as anatomy, physiology and biochemistry, as well as in animal husbandry through intramural learning. The para-clinical phase, undertaken in years three and four, includes bridging subjects between the pre-clinical and clinical phases, such as Pathology, Microbiology, Parasitology, Pharmacology and basic clinical science. The clinical phase (Surgery, Medicine and Gynaecology) starts in year four and culminates in the fifth and final year. At the end of course work the students undergo a compulsory rotating internship programme of six calendar months envisaging on the job training in animal production, technology, diagnostic laboratories and hospital practice. The various departments of the College, aided by teaching veterinary hospital ensure relevance in basic and applied biological sciences through clinical practice. Recent graduates have shown considerable satisfaction with the programme of study, as it prepared them for professional life and have developed confidence in their skills for clinical investigation and lifelong learning, in the context of animal health, production and welfare.
  • M.V.Sc. : The postgraduate programme leading to the award of MVSc degree was started in the year 1995-1996.    At present MVSc degree programme as per new ICAR course curricula is offered in 14 disciplines.
  • PhD : Doctoral degree programme of three years duration was started in the year 2005-2006. At present PhD          degree programme as per the new ICAR course curricula is offered in 11 disciplines.
Research

Research primarily focuses on animal biodiversity in Chhattisgarh, their production, nutritional and health management. Research on prevalence, treatment and control of various economically important bacterial, viral and parasitic diseases of livestock and pet animals of Chhattisgarh, was also the priority. It also includes studies on toxicology, toxico-pathology of chemicals and heavy metal, pharmaco-pathology, pharmacology and biochemistry of ethno-veterinary medicines including alternative parasite control strategies.

Extramural Research (Completed)

Over the last 25 years the following innovative extramural research projects were undertaken to generate new information on livestock diversities in Chhattisgarh and development of state-of-art technologies :

S. No. Title of Project Funding Agency
1 Studies on Superovulation, micromanipulation, cryopreservation and non-surgical transfer of Sahiwal embryos ICAR, New Delhi
2 Network programme on embryo transfer technology in Animal Production ICAR, New Delhi
3 Production of superior males through embryo transfer technology. ICAR, New Delhi
4 Network Project on Survey, Characterization and Conservation of Poultry (Aseel) Genetic Resources ICAR, New Delhi
5 Sustainable Livestock production for Rain fed Rice farming system (RRPS-12) NATP, ICAR, New Delhi
6 Control of parasitic disease of grazing and stallfed livestock in rainfed rice based farming system in M.P.Bihar & Orissa NATP, ICAR, New Delhi
7 Studies on Animal Husbandry Practices in Chhattisgarh Plains Chhattisgarh Livestock Development Agency
8 Biological control by nematode-trapping fungi as a tool for integrated management of parasitic gastroenteritis in livestock DBT, New Delhi
9 Biological control of trematodosis of livestock by egg parasitic fungi under All India Network Project on Gastrointestinal Parasitism ICAR, New Delhi
10 Studies on incidence, etiological factors and treatment approach of Bovine and Bubaline urolithiasis in some of the districts of C.G. State ICAR, New Delhi
11 Pathobiology of coccidiosis in poultry of Chhattisgarh CGCOST, Raipur
12 Induction of lactation in cows having reproductive disorders in Chhattisgarh region ICAR, New Delhi
13 Development of radioimmunoassay for hormonal estimation in bovines and estimation of hormones and metabolites in cows and buffaloes having reproductive disorders in Chhattisgarh region BRANS, BARC, Mumbai

Extramural Research (On-going)

The following research projects are in progress :

S. No. Title of Project (Department) Funding Agency
1

Poultry seed project

(Department of Animal Genetics & Breeding)

ICAR, New Delhi
2

Outreach programme on ethno-veterinary medicine (2009-2012)

(Department of Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology)

ICAR, New Delhi
3

Biological control of trematodosis in livestock by egg parasitic fungi as a component of integrated parasite management

(Department of Veterinary Parasitology)

DST, New Delhi
4

Management of anthelmintic resistance in livestock bu use optimization of anthelmintics

(Department of Veterinary Parasitology)

DBT, New Delhi

RKVY Projects

S.No. Name of Projects
1 Fodder Development Programme – Estt. Of Seed & Fodder Production Utilizingand
2 Estt. Of Modern Animal Feed Quality Testing Laboratory
3 Renovation & Strengthening of Bull Mother Experimental Farm
4 Multipurpose Training Centre at Anjora
5 Completion of Farmers Training Centre at Anjora
6 Renovation & Strengthening of Bull Mother Experimental Farm
7 Studies of Mineral Disorders with reference to Mineral Status of Soil, plant and animal in CG (Anjora)
8 Characterization of Local Non-descript Cattle (Kosli) of CG State (Anjora)
9 Renovation & Strengthening of Bull Mother Experimental Farm
10 Strengthening of Zoonoses & Food Safety Laboratory
11 Upgradation of Facilities for Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex as Referral Hospital & Diagnostic Centre
12 Proposal to strengthen existing Animal House Facility as per the guidelines of CPCSEA
13 Strengthening Veterinary Pathology Laboratory for Diagnosis of Diseases in Livestock & Poultry
14 Facilities for Nanotechnology Laboratory in the College of Veterinary Science & AH
15 Strengthening the infrastructure for training on AI & reproductive technologies in domestic animals
16 Establishment of state level modern superspeciality veterinary research surgical laboratory with intensive care unit
17 Development & validation of alternative therapy for amelioration of subclinical bovine mastitis
18 Upgradation of Pig Unit
19 Department of Veterinary Pathology – PM Hall
20 Ambulance
21 Extension of College Building
22 Establishment of Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex
23 Establishment of Veterinary Stem Cell Technology Laboratory
24 Establishment of a Computerized demonstration unit for histology, embryology and gross anatomy and photography laboratory
Extension

Creation of awareness with attitudinal changes among farming community to improve livestock production and productivity is the focused approach of extension. The capacity of farmers is being enhanced through transfer of skills, reduction of knowledge gap that destined to make them self reliant with the tools like participatory technology development, use of local knowledge and exposure visits. Demand based service delivery is the core thrust area.



News & Notification

 Order No.914 Date-07/07/2018
 Order No.957 Date-09/07/2018
 Notification No.572 Dated 08/06/2014
 Notification No.570 Dated 08/06/2014
 Notification No.574 Dated 08/06/2014
 Notification No.576 Dated 08/06/2018
Read More

Press Realese

 Help Desk Ph. No 9329020152 (Dr. S. D. Hirpurkar) For Veterinary Polytechnic
 Updated Civil Work Under RIDF Scheme
 Updated Civil Work Under Nabard Scheme

Photo Gallery


  • Workshop at VCA on Goatery

  • Workshop at VCA on Goatery 1

  • Teacher's Day Celebration at VCA

  • Orientation Program DT

  • Orientation Program DT

  • Orientation Program DT

  • Orientation Program DT

  • Orientation Program DT

  • Orientation Program DT

Student Notice

 Seal tender
 Notice Inviting Tender for Gehu Bhusha and Paira Kutti
 Notice Inviting e-Tender 576 Dt.20/03/2018
Design & Developed by : IIMPL All rights reserved @ CGKV Raipur, Chhattisgarh Visitor No :