About Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU)
Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, an offshoot of Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana was first established at Hissar in 1962 where the College of Veterinary Science already existed since 1948. Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University was set up on 9th August, 2005 at Ludhiana to serve the society by promoting the livestock production, health and prevention of diseases through integrated teaching and extension programmes. Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University started functioning on 21st April, 2006 at Ludhiana to serve the society by promoting the livestock production, health and prevention of the diseases through integrated teaching, research and extension programmes.
The college has 18 departments having excellent laboratory facilities and adequate infrastructure for the undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and research, a well equipped veterinary teaching hospital to cater to the demands of large and small animal health care. In addition, the college also has an elite dairy herd and poultry farm which provide adequate facilities for teaching and research.
Foreign Students Facility - The candidates from foreign countries will be admitted in absentia against additional seats without appearing in the entrance test. Their admission will be regulated by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. They will be admitted only if they have valid student visa. They must be declared medically fit after examination as per Annexure F by the Doctor authorized by the Indian Embassy in the country from where the student wishes to seek admission. They should have full medical insurance before their admission to any programme in the University.
Fee Concession For All Classes - The Dean of the concerned College can remit half tuition fee to 10 per cent of students in each class on merit cum means basis in order to help such students as have financial difficulty in continuing their studies in the college. Application for the concession should be made to the concerned Dean with details of the financial position of the family. The application should be supported by certificates from responsible persons (Gazetted Officer, Head of the Institution last attended or a teacher in the College) having personal knowledge of the financial position of the student. The half fee concession is granted subject to the condition that the student will be regular in attendance and that he will show satisfactory progress in his/her studies. The concession will also be given to the students participating in sports and co-curricular activities
Scholarships, Stipends And Fellowships - These are University Scholarships, Marketing Board Scholarships, National Talent Scholarships etc.
Placement Cell - The placement cell is located at Room No:43, Second Floor, Animal Science Complex, College of Veterinary Science, GADVASU, Ludhiana-141004
NRI admissions - The admission of NRI candidates is made in these programmes - B.V.Sc. & A.H., B. Tech (Dairy Technology), M.V.Sc. and Ph.D.
Veterinary Teaching Hospital - The college has a well equipped Veterinary Teaching Hospital to cater the demands of large and small animal health and provide specialized treatment for the referred livestock patients and also provide clinical training to the students. In addition the college also has dairy and poultry farms which provide adequate facilities for teaching and research.
Centre Of Advanced Studies - The Indian Council of Agricultural Research has recognized following departments in the College of Vety. Science as Centre of Advanced Studies.
i) Department of Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics.
ii) Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology.
Book Bank - A Book Bank of College of Veterinary Science was established in August 1986 to provide textbooks to the students by purchasing their multiple copies and is located in the main Veterinary College complex. Book Bank has now more than 2700 textbooks in various subjects of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry. Books are purchased out of the grant received from Director Social Welfare, Punjab and ICAR, New Delhi under the scheme “Strengthening of Book Banks in Agricultural Universities”.
R&V Sqn. NCC - In the year 1984, Remote Veterinary Corps NCC programme was started and has been made compulsory for all undergraduate students of College of Veterinary Science, They are required to undergo compulsory RVC training for first two years with 0+2 non-credit hours load every semester. The Pb R & V Squadron NCC is stationed at the campus and has its own riding school comprising of riding arena and facilities for horse jumping. The Squadron has 10 riding horses for giving practice to students.
Veterinary College Complex
Animal Science Complex
Silver Jubilee Clinical Complex : i) Large Animal Clinic (ii) Small Animal Clinic