Established :2001 | ICAR Rank : 44

Vice Chancellor : Prof. K.M.L. Pathak


Uttar Pradesh Govt. established the erstwhile Uttar Pradesh College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry Mathura in 1947 in the barracks of British Army and thereafter, the College was shifted to the newly constructed College building in 1953 which even today is the Administrative Block of the College. Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, present name as per the VCI regulations, was earlier known as Kothari Veterinary Hospital and was constructed in 1949.Mathura Veterinary College was the first Veterinary College in the country to start with degree programme in veterinary sciences and award BVSc&AH degree and also has the distinction of starting postgraduate degree programme (MVSc) in several disciplines of veterinary and animal sciences for the first time in India in 1951. PhD was started in 1953. Within few years of the establishment, College distinguished itself as one of the best veterinary colleges in the country and the alumni of this college later steered veterinary education throughout the country.

 

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1.        Successful organization of one 21 days winter school and one short course of 10 days duration sponsored by ICAR as per the details given below:

 

v  ICAR winter school on Advance techniques in Pharmaco-Dynamic studies: An analytical functional molecular and Cyto-Genotoxicity Approach by Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology.

v  ICAR short course on Strategies in Development of functional livestock products by Department of Livestock Product Technology.

 

2.        Successful conduction of ICAR 21nd All India Entrance Examination to bachelor (AIEEA-UG-2016) and successful conduct of DUVASU entrance examinations 2016 for admission of BVSc&AH, MVSc, PhD and Diploma programmes.

3.        12,598 number of clinical cases treated, 2036 clinical biological samples of blood, milk, skin, stool/faeces, urine were analyzed in TVCC apart from several clinical camps organized in different villages and students alongwith faculty members attended all these activities. Therefore, we were able to provide hands on training to students.

4.        Due to strengthening of infrastructural facilities, especially laboratories, we provided scientific and technical advisory and clinical services to Etwah Lion Safari, Etawah, National Zoological Park, Delhi, UP Livestock Development Board and UP State Animal Husbandry Department.

 

v Due to strengthening of infrastructural facilities under experiuential learning programmes, 1,160,747.5 litres of cow milk, 35,058.5 litres of Buffalo milk produced at ILFC and students were imparted hands on training in value addition to milk and meat and also trained in poultry farming including hatchery operations. 19,050 Day old chicks of different breeds were distributed to farmers for Backyard poultry farming. In another unit of ELU, 2700 Quintals of compounded feed and 60 Quintals of Area-specific Mineral Mixture was produced by Department of Animal Nutrition.

v Successfully running the following Externally funded projects:

 

i)          ICAR Outreach programme programme on Ethno Veterinary Medicine: Pharmacological studies an development of poly herbal formulation for reproductive disorders in animals by Department of Veterinary Pharmacology.

ii)        ICAR Outreach Programme on Zoonotic Diseases-VTEC by Department of Veterinary Public Health.

iii)      All India Network Programme on Diagnostic Imaging And Management Of Surgical Conditions In Animals of Indian Council of Agricultural Research by Department of Veterinary Surgery.

iv)      All India coordinated research project for epidemiological studies on FMD

v)        FMD control programme of Govt. of India

vi)      Extra-mural project of ICAR on Isolation, purification and characterization of antimicrobial peptide of gaumutra in indigenous and cross breed cows in Department of Veterinary Biochemistry.

vii)    ICAR network project on production augmentation through physiological and nutritional interventions.

 

5.        Provided better amenities to students and faculty amenities including internet facilities in all the hostels, departments and offices of the University;

6.        Large number of students are being attracted for postgraduate programme (MVSc) from outside states

7.        University has developed the capacity and strength to organize the summer/winter schools and short courses in frontier areas of veterinary science.

8.        Eight students qualified ICAR JRF examination, 17 ICAR NET Examination and 06 qualified ARS Preliminary Examination.

9.        Participation of students in Inter-University youth festivals and sports meet etc. and large number of faculty members attended national conferences and four of the faculty members attended international conferences.

10.     Very good research publications have started appearing from the research work undertaken by MVSc students in high NAAS rating journals.


Junior Research Fellowship (PGS)

Financial Year : 2018-19 | Beneficiary :1

National Talent Scholarship-PG

Financial Year : 2018-19 | Beneficiary :22

Senior Research Fellowship (PGS)

Financial Year : 2018-19 | Beneficiary :2

National Talent Scholarship-UG

Financial Year : 2018-19 | Beneficiary :7


U.P. Pt. Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Pashu Chikitsa Vigyan Vishwa Vidhyalaya Evem Go Anusandhan Sansthan,Mathura
Deen Dayal Upadhyaya Veterinary University

Website : http://www.upvetuniv.edu.in/