Bachelor of Veterinary Science

Duration: 4½ Years
Level: Graduation
Type: Degree
Eligibility: 10+2

B.V.Sc. or Bachelor of Veterinary Science is an undergraduate Veterinary Science Course which deals with the branch of science dealing with all types of Animals. Veterinary Science, in specific terms deals with the application of medical, diagnostic, and therapeutic principles to various types of Animals. The duration of B.V.Sc. is mostly 5 academic years including compulsory internship of 6 months duration covered in more or less 10 Semesters. The duration of the course may vary from 4½ to 5 years depending on the duration of internship. The course is also referred as B.V.Sc. & AHB, an abbreviated form for Bachelor's in Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry. There are certain criteria for completing the course in a certain time period which may vary depending upon the institute, for example as per Kerala Agricultural University the maximum duration for completing the course is 8 academic years (16 semesters).

Veterinary Council of India is a statutory body established under the Ministry of Agriculture of the Government of India. It lays down minimum standards of veterinary education required for granting recognized veterinary qualifications by veterinary institutions. The course syllabus veterinary science degree includes theoretical and practical training in various disciplines. Veterinary courses are mainly provided by various Agricultural Institutes in India. A candidate who completes the course is known as a 'Veterinarian'. Veterinary course is most suitable for animal lovers. A candidate needs to have a compassionate predisposition for animals. Animals cannot verbally explain their pain and suffering so one needs to be extra sensitive towards Animal Behaviour so as to diagnose any expression of pain or abnormal behaviour.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Eligibility

A candidate for admission to the Veterinary Course must have obtained not less than 50% of the aggregate marks in English, Physics, Chemistry & Biology.

(i) at the qualifying examination (or at the higher examination) in the case of Veterinary College where the admissions are made on the basis of marks obtained at these examination 
(ii) 50% of the total marks in Physics, Chemistry and Biology taken together at the competitive entrance examination where such admissions are held for selection.

In case of candidates belonging to the Schedule Castes/the Schedule Tribes or other special category of students as specified by the Government from time to time, marks required for admission shall be 10% less than that prescribed for general category. The candidates are normally admitted in colleges through competitive entrance examination.

Veterinary Council of India conducts an All India Common Entrance Examination known as All India Pre-Veterinary Test (AIPVT) for filling up of 15% of the total no. of seats of each Veterinary colleges of all States where the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984 extends. This entrance exam is held in the month of May each year. An advertisement to the effect would appear in leading newspapers and employment news. The entrance examinations of the State Universities are conducted after the qualifying (12th or Plus 2) exam is held by the respective Board/University/examining body of the States. Some States hold Joint Entrance Examination along with medical, engineering and other professional courses.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Subjects

  • 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 and Obstetrics
  • Veterinary Surgery and Radiology
  • Veterinary Medicine
  • Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Specialisations

Specialisations are offered at the Masters level

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Colleges

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Syllabus

The below mentioned syllabus is provided by the Kerala Agricultural University.

The Veterinary Curriculum is comprised of 6 components of study-

  1. Core Courses
  2. Tracking Programme
  3. Study Circles
  4. Entrepreneurial Training
  5. Internship
  6. Competent in Veterinary skills
  7. Core Courses

In addition to the Core Courses above, a student has to successfully complete the Tracking Programmes, Study Circles, Entrepreneurial Training, Internship and Core Competence in Veterinary skills for the award of B.V.Sc. & AH. Degree.

Remount Veterinary Corps (RVC) Squadron/ National Cadet Corps (NCC)/ Equestrian/National Service Scheme (NSS)/ Sports and games shall be non-credit training programmes one of which for duration of minimum of two Professional Years shall be compulsory for the award of B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree. The performance of the students in these training programmes shall be assessed and graded as 'Satisfactory ‘or' Unsatisfactory'. A student has to obtain 'Satisfactory' grading for successful completion of course requirements.

The questions for test/examination shall be combination of objective type (60%) and subjective type (40%).Twenty percent choice shall be given for short answer questions. The pattern of questions shall be informed by the course teacher(s) at the beginning of the Semester.

NOTE: The Syllabus prescribed in sub-regulation is the minimum instructional syllabus and is illustrative of the course content for teaching different courses at the veterinary colleges in the country for B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree programme. However, there is scope for flexibility of addition of topics/courses in the programme as per need or regional/ institutional demand from time to time. Such changes should be non-violative and commensurate to the basic structure, curriculum and infrastructure prescribed in these regulations.

Tracking Programmes

  • These programmes have been developed to allow students to exercise more control over the specific direction of their profession and motivate them for self-teaming through virtual classroom, distant learning, internet etc.
  • A student has to compulsorily take any two programmes of two credits each (2x2=4 credits) any time (one semester duration each) during second year to fifth year of B.V.Sc. & A.H. Degree Course under the supervision of one faculty member as designated by the Dean/Principal of the College for that programme.
  • Evaluation of the students for this programme shall be done internally on Grade basis (A-Excellent. B-Good, C-Average). In case of unsuccessful candidates, the programme can be carried over to the next semester/year.

List of the Tracking Programmes is given below: 

1. Feline Medicine
2. Cryobiology of Gametes 
3. Neurosciences 
4. Clinical/ Interventional Nutrition 
5. Dermatology/integument Science 
6. Alternate Veterinary Medicine 
7. Ophthalmology 
8. Anaesthesiology 
9. Small Animal Critical Care 
10. Non-Mammalian Medicine 
11. Sports Animal Medicine 
12. Drug designing 
13. To be decided by the college/university.

These will be Non-Credit courses but shaft be mentioned in the Degree Transcript along with the grades obtained. 

Study Circles

Each student of B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course shall have to enroll himself/herself for at least two Study Circle activities daring the B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course out of the proposed Study Circles-as listed below:

i) Livestock and Livelihood Study Circle
ii) Production Systems Study Circle
iii) Ecosystems and Livestock Study Circle
iv) Equine Study Circle
v) Canine Study Circle
vi) Diagnostic Study Circle
vii) Alternate Animal Use Study Circle
viii) Fun/Sport Animal Study Circle
ix) Law and Veterinary Science Study Circle

  • The College shall designate an Advisor for each of the above Study Circle activities who shall supervise, guide, monitor and evaluate the activities of the Study Circles. Each enrolled student shall have to present a Seminar on the topics of his/her Study Circle any time during the Semester. The date and time of the Seminar shall be notified inviting participation of all students.
  • The Study Circle shall also put up news, wall papers, drawings, exhibits of their subject in the college. The Dean of the college shall coordinate the activities with the Advisor's for each of the above Study Circles.
  • The evaluation of the student for each of the registered Study Circles shall be done by the Advisor who will grade them as A-Excellent, B-Good, C-Average as per their performance. The same shall be recorded in the Degree Transcript along with the grades obtained. No student shall be allowed to change the Circles during the professional year.

Entrepreneurial Training

  • Each student of B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course shall be required to compulsorily undertake one of the activities of Entrepreneurial Training as listed below. This training is aimed at developing entrepreneurial skill for serf employment.
  • The university/college shall provide interest free loans out of a revolving fund (not less than Rs. 3.00 lakhs in a college to students groups (team of up to five students), technical support and infrastructure for these activities. Inputs, day-to-day work and financial accounting shall be undertaken by the students.
  • The profits/loss, if any, shall be kept/borne by the students. However, in case of loss, the Dean of the college through the Entrepreneurship Committee consisting of four faculty members (at least one subject matter specialist) may evaluate the reasons of such loss and provide compensation in case it is found that the loss has been inadvertent.

Proposed List of 16 Entrepreneurial activities is as follows:

  • Goat Production
  • Sheep Production
  • Pig Production
  • Broiler and Egg Production
  • Pet Production
  • Dairy Production
  • Meat Production and Processing
  • Fish Production
  • Feed Production-Mineral Mixture
  • Milk Products
  • Food safety-residue Analysis
  • Clinical Investigatory laboratory (xiii) Quality Control-Evaluation (Microbial) (xiv) Shoeing and Shoe Manufacture
  • Production of Diagnostic
  • Pharmaceutical Formulations.

Besides, the Colleges/Institutions may also offer the facilities for Entrepreneurial Training involving the activities of regional interest


(a) As per regulation 3 of Part II of these regulations, every student of B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree course shall be required after passing the fifth annual examination to undergo compulsory rotating internship to the satisfaction of the University for a minimum period of six calendar months so-as to be eligible for the award of the degree of B.V.Sc & AH. and full registration with the Council.
(b) Compulsory rotating internship shall include a full time training in veterinary and animal husbandry services {including emergencies and night duties, Sundays and holidays). The intern will devote whole time to the training and will not be allowed to accept a whole time or part time appointment paid or otherwise,
(c) Internship shall be undertaken only after completion of all credit requirements of veterinary curriculum including Tracking Programmes, Study Circles, Entrepreneurial Training -and R.VC. Squadron/N.C.C./ Equestrian/N.S.S/Sports and games as prescribed under these regulations.
(d) The university shall issue a provisional course completion certificate of having passed all the professional examinations and having successfully completed course work.
(e) The State or Union Territory Veterinary Council or Veterinary Council of India will grant provisional registration to the candidate on production of provisional B.V.Sc. & A.H. course completion certificate. The provisional registration will be for a minimum period of six months and maximum of eight months.
(f) After provisional registration with the State or Union Territory Veterinary Council or Veterinary Council of India, the candidate shall register for internship of six calendar months.
(g) Interns will be actively involved in rendering veterinary service under the supervision of an experienced teacher.
(h) They shall assist the teacher in all activities of the units they are posted in.
(i) During the period of internship they shall be" provided accommodation/lodging and paid consolidated remuneration in the form of internship allowance as may be decided by the University/Institution from time to time.
(j) Attendance will be compulsory. The candidate will be entitled for 10 days casual leave. The leave cannot be claimed as a matter of right until and unless the sanctioning authority sanctions it. If an intern wilfully absents from the training programme even if for part of a day or during off hours duty (including Sundays/holidays) he/ she may be treated absent for that day. The candidate will be required to undergo training for the additional days in lieu of the absence period and internship allowance will not be paid for these additional days.
(k) The internship programme shall be monitored by a Committee constituted by the Dean under his/her chairmanship including among others the Head of TVCC and Head of ILFC as members. This Committee shall monitor effective implementation of the internship training programme from time to time.
(l) In case of unsatisfactory work/ performance and/or shortage of attendance, the period of compulsory rotating internship shall be extended by not more than two months by the appropriate authority If this period is more than two months, the intern has to re-register afresh for internship programme for entire six calendar months including registration with the State or Union Territory Veterinary Council.
(m) Internship allowance will be paid only for six calendar months. No internship allowance will be paid for the period of absence/unsatisfactory performance/extended period.
(n) The compulsory rotating internship for six calendar months shall be done in teaching and approved Veterinary Polyclinics/Veterinary Hospitals, Veterinary Biological Centres, Technology Centers, Farms and Veterinary Disease Investigation Centers. The internship programme can be undertaken at approved veterinary institutions in India.

(o) The compulsory rotating internship shall be in the following areas:

(i) Clinical training covering veterinary medicine, surgery and radiology, animal reproduction, gynaecology and obstetrics, clinical emergencies, indoor ward care, hospital management record keeping etc. for three months.
(ii) Livestock production and management training, covering farm routines of cattle and buffalo farms, piggery/rabbitary, sheep and goat farms, and equine/ camel unit etc. for one month.
(iii) Poultry production and management covering layer and broiler production, hatchery and chick management quail, turkey, duck units etc. as well as fishery or any other recycling unit where feasible, for one month.
(iv) Livestock technology and service' covering familiarization in biological product units, disease control campaigns (disease investigation and sample collection and dispatch, vaccination, mass testing etc.) in plant training in meat plants, milk plants, etc. training in zoo/ wild life center/ national parks, for one month.

(p) Details of day to day work, posting and duration needs to be worked out by the Veterinary Institution as per its needs and infrastructure facilities.
(q) Where an Intern is posted to a recognized Veterinary hospital for training, a representative of the college and the In-charge of the Veterinary hospital shall regulate the training of such interns,
(r) Every Intern shall render professional veterinary service, skill and knowledge under supervision and guidance of a registered veterinary practitioner working in the approved Veterinary Institution.

(s) Function, responsibilities and duties of Interns:

(i) Participation with clinical faculty in the hospital practice.
(ii) Shares the emergency and night duties on rotation in the larger and small ' animal hospitals including Sundays & holidays.
(iii) Participation with staff of the place of posting in Veterinary Practice (production or technology).
(iv) The intern responsibilities include hands-on diagnostic and treatment procedures for hospitalized cases under the supervision of the attending veterinarian.
(v) Participation in the tutorial instructional program of the Veterinary College.
(vi) The intern will administer primary care to emergency cases and participate in service such as anaesthesia, radiology, ultrasonography, endoscopy, laboratory and diagnostic procedures. Medicine and Surgery rounds are held periodically allowing the interns to present cases and participate in topic discussion.

(t) The training shall be supplemented by weekly sessions of clinical conference, farm operation and data analysis, preparation of feasibility reports, project report, campaigns/ discussions in, clinical training, farm training and technology
and services respectively.
(u) For the purpose of internship all necessary inputs .like accommodation, transport, adequate clinical facilities etc. shall be provided.
(v) The intern shall maintain a log book of day to day work which may be verified & certified by the supervisor under whom he/she works. In addition the interns will prepare a brief project report on the basis of his/ her case study/ case analysis, survey reports etc. This shall be based on his/ her own study during the internship. Such reports can be supervised by more than one teacher, if required. The interns shall present such report in seminar organized for the purpose.
(w) The grading shall be based upon the evaluation of log book, their performance reports from all the minimum prescribed training postings, project report and comprehensive examination in core competence in veterinary skills conducted at the end of the programme by an Evaluation Committee comprising of the faculty representing the concerned departments appointed by the Dean for this purpose.
(x) Every Intern shall have to submit an Entrepreneurial Project during the Internship Programme.

Comprehensive Examination on Core Competence in Veterinary skills

The competence in veterinary skills examination shall be based on an evaluation of core competence in professional skills as detailed below;

  1. Restraint of cow, sheep, horse, dog and pig. Haltering, snaring, muzzling, tad switch, bandaging of horse for exercise and stable bandaging
  2. Animal identification, Dentition and ageing of animals
  3. Housing layout/requirements of livestock and poultry
  4. Computation of ration of livestock of different breeds and age groups in health and disease
  5. Fodder management and interpretation of feed quality evaluation
  6. Physical. evaluation of livestock health parameters (auscultation, percussion, recording of temperature, pulse, heart rate, respiration rate etc.)
  7. Recording and interpretation of cardiovascular response
  8. Testing of milk and milk products for quality, clean milk production
  9. Carcass quality evaluation (ante-mortem & post-mortem examination)
  10. Specific diagnostic tests for zoonotic diseases
  11. Sample collection, handling-and dispatch of biological materials for laboratory examination
  12. Staining techniques for routine clinico- pathological examinations
  13. Relating post-mortem lesions to major livestock diseases
  14. Haematological evaluation (total leukocyte count, differential leukocyte count, haemoglobin, packed cell volume, erythrocyte sedimentation rate etc.) and interpretation
  15. Tests and their interpretation for haemoprotozoan diseases
  16. Body fluids collection, examination and interpretation as an aid to diagnosis
  17. Urine evaluation procedures and interpretation as indicators for diagnosis of diseases
  18. Fecal examination- procedures and interpretation
  19. Examination of skin scrapings and interpretation
  20. Interpretation of blood chemistry profile in diseases
  21. Deworming procedures and doses for different species of animals/birds
  22. Managing an outbreak of infectious/contagious disease
  23. Approach to diagnosis of a given disease condition
  24. Pre-anesthetic administration and induction, maintenance of general anesthesia and dealing with anesthetic emergencies
  25. Local anesthetic administration
  26. Nerve blocks-sites, functional application
  27. Suture material, suture pattern and tying knots
  28. Common surgical procedures including dehorning, docking, caesarian section, ovariohysterectomy, castration, rumenotomy
  29. Application of plaster cast/splint for fracture immobilization and other bandaging procedure in large and small animals.
  30. Soundness in horses
  31. Rectal examination - palpation of pelvic/abdominal organs in cattle/ horses/ buffaloes,
  32. Detection of oestrus, artificial insemination, pregnancy diagnosis,
  33. Management of vaginal/uterine prolapse and dystocia
  34. Andrological examination of bull, handing, preservation and evaluation of semen
  35. Vaccination procedures, vaccination schedules and vaccine types for different diseases
  36. Handling of radiograph, interpretation of a given radiograph of large and small animals
  37. Client management
  38. Managing a clinical practice, ambulatory van, transporting a sick animal requirements, etc.
  39. Dosage regimens of important drugs
  40. Drug administration techniques in different species of animals-oral, parenteral, rectal, intra-peritoneal and intra-uterine
  41. Identification of major livestock/poultry breeds
  42. Measuring climatic parameters and their interpretation
  43. Communication technology tools

There shall be no marks for this examination. Every intern shall be graded as 'Satisfactory' or as 'Unsatisfactory' based on the evaluation of this examination and submission of Entrepreneurship Project. The Dean shall then issue the certificate of satisfactory completion of internship training as prescribed by the Veterinary Council of India. In case of unsatisfactory performance in the comprehensive examination for core competence in professional skills, the candidate has to repeat the entire internship programme.

I  THEORY (Total marks= 60)
(a) Announced tests/ Midterm examination (to be conducted by the course teacher) = 20
(b) Final semester examination at the end of approximately 75% of working days in a semester and announced by the Dean = 40

II  PRACTICAL (Total marks=40)
(a) Records: 5
(b) Viva: 5
(c) Practical: 30
TOTAL : 40

Note : The distribution of marks is subjected to modifications/guidelines issued by VCI (Veterinary Council of India) from time to time.

Advantages or Benefits of Bachelor of Veterinary Science Degree

  • A private practitioner can get lucrative monetary returns depending on his popularity and experience. This can be gained through excellence in one's profession.
  • After completing  B.V.Sc. & A.H., one can apply for Master’s and Doctoral degree as these offer a large number of specialisations.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Employment Areas

  • Animal Resource Development under Panchayati Raj
  • Army - Remount Veterinary Corps
  • Banks
  • Biological Products or Vaccine Institutions
  • Biological Products and Vaccine Product Plants
  • Breeding Farms / Hatchery
  • BSF / Police
  • Central Farms
  • Clinical, Diagnostic & Investigation Centres attached to Veterinary Colleges and Research Institutes.
  • Consultancy
  • Corporate Bodies Eg. National Dairy Development Board, Milk Board and Milk Unions
  • Diagnostic Laboratories - Pathology, Biochemistry, Microbiology
  • Department of Animal Husbandry & Dairying
  • Disease Investigation Centres
  • Drug Research Institutions
  • Experimental Animal Unit
  • Experimental & Germ Free Animal Facilities attached to Veterinary & Medical Institutions.
  • Feed Processing Industry
  • I.C.A.R. - Indian Council of Agricultural Research
  • Ministry of Agriculture
  • Quarantine Units
  • Veterinary Hospitals
  • Veterinary Centres
  • Organised State Farms
  • Poultry Farms
  • Meat / Milk Processing Plants
  • Polyclinics
  • Public Health Laboratories
  • Teaching / Research / Extension in Veterinary College / Institutes / Universities
  • Para Veterinary Staff Training Schools
  • Local Bodies / Municipalities / Panchayats
  • Slaughter Houses/ Cattle Pounds / Public Health Laboratories
  • Zoos & Wildlife Centres
  • Race Clubs
  • Stud Farms
  • Veterinary Instruments / Equipment Industry
  • X-Ray and Ultra-Sound Facility

Bachelor of Veterinary Science Job Types

Veterinarians can choose to work in any concerned are be it with the government animal husbandry departments or poultry farms or dairy farms. The options are not limited here. Below are mentioned, plenty of employment areas.

Job Titles-

  • Animal Care and Service Worker
  • Biological Scientist
  • Veterinary Researcher
  • Pharmacy Research Scientist
  • Veterinary Technologists and Technician
  • Private Practice
  • Lecturer
  • Veterinary Consultant
  • Partner, Assistant to Practitioner
  • Senior Medical Representative
  • Veterinarian / Veterinary Doctor
  • Veterinary Surgeon
  • Associate Scientific Manager
  • Manager Animal Farm

Advance Course in Bachelor of Veterinary Science

After completing B.V.Sc. you can become:
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B.V.Sc (Animal Production & Management)
B.V.Sc (Extension Education (Veterianry))
B.V.Sc (Veterinary Gynaecology & Obst.)
B.V.Sc (Veterinary Parasitology)
B.V.Sc (Veterinary Pathology)
B.V.Sc (Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology)
B.V.Sc (Veterinary Surgery & Radiology)
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B.V.Sc. (Animal Nutrition)
B.V.Sc. (Veterinary Anatomy & Histology)
B.V.Sc. (Veterinary Medicine, Public Health and Hygiene)
B.V.Sc. (Veterinary Microbiology)
B.V.Sc. (Veterinary Physiology)
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Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (B.V.M.S.)
M.S. (Quality Systems in Dairy Processing)
M.S. (Wildlife Studies)
M.Sc. (Live Stock Production & Management)
M.Sc. (Live Stock Production Technology)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Medicine)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Microbiology)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Parasitology)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Pathology)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Public Health)
M.Sc. (Veterinary Surgery & Radiology)
M.Sc. (Veternity Anatomy & Histology)
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M.V.Sc. (Animal Biochemistry)
M.V.Sc. (Animal Biotechnology)
M.V.Sc. (Animal Breeding & Genetics)
M.V.Sc. (Animal Genetics and Breeding)
M.V.Sc. (Animal Nutrition)
M.V.Sc. (Bio-Statistics)
M.V.Sc. (Epidemiology)
M.V.Sc. (Extension Education)
M.V.Sc. (Livestock Economics)
M.V.Sc. (Livestock Production & Management)
M.V.Sc. (Livestock Products Technology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Animal Breeding & Genetics)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Animal Reproduction Gynecology & Obstetrics)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Bacteriology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Biochemistry)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Immunology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Medicine)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Microbiology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Parasitology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Pathology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Physiology & Biochemistry)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Physiology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Preventive Medicine)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Public Health & Epidemiology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Public Health) or MVPH
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Surgery and Radiology)
M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Virology)
M.V.Sc. (Vetrinery Anatomy)
M.V.Sc. (Wildlife)
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Ph.D. (Animal Nutrition)
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Ph.D. (Veterinary Anatomy & Histology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Animal Breeding & Genetics)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Bacteriology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Biochemistry)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Extension Education)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Immunology)
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Ph.D. (Veterinary Microbiology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Parasitology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Pathology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Physiology)
Ph.D. (Veterinary Public Health & Epidemiology)
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