Veterinary College Jabalpur

History of College

The College of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Jabalpur was inaugurated on July 8, 1948 as Central Provinces and Berar Veterinary College by Shri Jairamdas Daulatram, the Agriculture Minister, Govt. of India. This is the oldest constituent college (Estt. 1948) of the Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya, Jabalpur (Estt. 1964), over the last more than five decades of its existence, has been able to make an impeccable impact on the overall development of livestock production and management through its impressive teaching, research and extension activities in basic and applied fields. Consequent to the establishment of Madhya Pradesh Pashu Chikitsha Vigyan Viswavidyalaya (renamed as Nanaji Deshmukh Veterinary Science University) the college became a constitution institution of the new Viswa Vidyalaya with effect from 3-11-2009.


1.      To impart under graduate and post graduate education for producing competent veterinarians

2.      To conduct basic and applied research on various aspects of livestock health, production and livestock products technology

3.      To carry out veterinary and animal husbandry extension activities through farm advisory services, health care services, organizing animal welfare camps, livestock shows etc.

4.      To provide expert advice on the matters of animal health and production including diagnostic services


1.      To promote need based and region specific research, human resource development and appropriate technology generation for  improving the rural livelihood

2.      To impart education in different branches of veterinary science

3.      To provide for the advancement of learning and prosecution of research in veterinary sciences

4.     To undertake the extension of veterinary sciences to the rural people in co-operation with the animal husbandry department
      Govt. of Madhya Pradesh

Thrust area

1.      Undergraduate and Postgraduate education

2.      Domestic and pet animal health and disease management

3.      Development of quick and precise methodologies including kits for diagnosis of animal diseases

4.      Monitoring and surveillance of drugs, pesticides, mycotoxins and microbial residues in livestock and livestock products

5.      Farming systems based research and extension activities for livestock-buffalo, cattle, goat, sheep and pigs

6.      Development and transfer of the technology in all areas of animal sciences 

College Administration

Academic Rules & Regulations for B.V.Sc. & A.H.,

Disciplinary & Ragging Committee

Internship Programme

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