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GADVASU begins four training programmes for vets

HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times  Ludhiana, November 15, 2013
First Published: 19:41 IST(15/11/2013) | Last Updated: 19:43 IST(15/11/2013)

Department of veterinary and animal husbandry extension education of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (GADVASU) on Friday started four week-long training programmes for in-service veterinary professionals.

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The "Hands on Training on Latest Microbiology techniques, canine disease: diagnosis, prevention and treatment, management of infertility in bovines and refresher course" is being organised to update knowledge of veteranarians of animal husbandry department, Punjab, in collaboration with different departments of GADVASU.

These veterinary officers and specialists in these programmes will be trained in diagnosis and control of Brucellosis, Johnes Disease, Rabies, Parasitic diseases, Haemorrhagic septicemia, management of different toxicities viz Nitrate, OPI, postmortem diagnosis, ECG, echocardiography, ultrasound examination, embryo transfer technology, shelter management in animals, management of infertility in animal, Hormonal Assay and synchronisation and animals, growing quality fodder through the year and computation of ration for different categories of animals.

Dr JS Bhatti from extension education, said all participants who underwent this training highly appreciated the course structure and state of art facility.

Dr RS Sahota, director, extension education, said the university regularly organised training programmes on various aspects of livestock, production as well as treatment and diagnosis and also tailor-made training programmes as per demand of different departments of Punjab.

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