Veterinary Science is a subject related to the
Treatment of different animals from domestic
Pets to farmyard animals. The course content
Mixes a group of topics like anatomy, animal
Behavior, animal husbandry, cell biology,
Nutrition, physiology, genetics,
epidemiology, pharmacology, infectious
Diseases, pathology and Parasitology.
Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry
Bachelor of Veterinary Science
Master of Veterinary Science Courses
10+2 with biology, chemistry and physics and to qualify the entrance test conducted by Veterinary Council of India.
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Uttar Pradesh
College of Veterinary Sciences, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar, Haryana
Bombay Veterinary Science College, Mumbai
College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (Anand Agricultural University), Anand, Gujarat
Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
Jawharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwavidyalaya, Jabalpur
Post Graduate Institute of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (PGIVAS), Akola
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR VETERINARY SCIENCES
Veterinarians should also possess the following specific qualities:
Compassion. Veterinarians must be compassionate when working with animals and their owners. They must treat animals with kindness and respect, and must be sensitive when dealing with the owners of sick pets.
Decision-making skills. Veterinarians must decide the correct method for treating the injuries and illnesses of animals. Deciding to euthanize a sick animal, for instance, can be difficult.
Interpersonal skills. Strong communication skills are essential for veterinarians, who must be able to discuss their recommendations and explain treatment options to animal owners and give instructions to their staff.
Management skills. Management skills are important for veterinarians who are in charge of running private clinics or laboratories, or directing teams of technicians or inspectors. In these settings, they are responsible for providing direction, delegating work, and overseeing daily operations.
Manual dexterity. Manual dexterity is important for veterinarians, because they must control their hand movements and be precise when treating injuries and performing surgery.
Problem-solving skills. Veterinarians need strong problem-solving skills because they must figure out what is ailing animals. Those who test animals to determine the effects of drug therapies also needs excellent diagnostic skills.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR VETERINARY SCIENCES
Veterinarians typically do the following:
Examine animals to assess their health and diagnose problems
Treat and dress wounds
Perform surgery on animals
Test for and vaccinate against diseases
Operate medical equipment, such as x-ray machines
Advise animal owners about general care, medical conditions, and treatments
Veterinarians treat the injuries and illnesses of pets and other animals with a variety of medical equipment, including surgical tools and x-ray and ultrasound machines. They provide treatment for animals that is similar to the services a physician provides to humans.