Veterinary College Rewa

Research And Extension Activities


Research has been an integral part to keep pace with the advancements in the field of Veterinary and Animal Science. The scientists have been engaged in research work since the inception of the college. The scientists and faculty members have published more than 2000 research papers in various national and international journals of repute. A new species of filarid worm Gallifilaria mhowensis was recorded for the first time in the world from this college. One of the pioneer research works on Ranikhet vaccine in poultry was carried out in the institute and various prestigious awards and honours were received by the faculties of the institute.  Hari Om Ashram Trust Award in 1975 was given to Dr. B.S. Malik, Dr. S.K. Tanwani and Bhatnagar and Nair memorial award in 1978 to Dr. B.S. Malik and Dr. S.K. Tanwani for the research work on CDF66 strain.

Systematic and coordinated approaches to research in the different disciplines have been adopted. Research work on public health diseases of zoonotic importance, food borne and other microorganisms, environmental pollutants, toxicities, herbal formulations, feed analyses and formulation related to animal nutrition and studies on economic traits of livestock and poultry are being carried out as a part of curricular research programme.

Post graduate students also utilize the facilities at laboratories of collaborative institutes for their curricular research work.


Consultancy and advisory services are provided in the area of livestock health, production, feeding and management to the State Veterinary Department, Livestock owners, NGO’s and people belonging to tribal areas. To extend the benefits of research findings and to make the utility of the college extension activities in rural areas training programmes for the farmers and field veterinarians, animal health camps, livestock awareness camps, kisan goshthi, film shows, exhibitions, cattle fairs, Kisan Mela, farmers meet, vaccination and treatment camps and exhibitions demonstrations and lectures are being organized by the institute. A short period training program on dairying and poultry keeping for the rural masses were also organized. A well-equipped Ambulatory Clinic of the college visits to several rural areas for timely treatment of diseased animals and pregnancy diagnosis, artificial insemination and prevention of infectious diseases. Professional services have also been rendered through the well-equipped Veterinary hospital with X-Ray and indoor facilities. The aligned animals from adjacent villages as well as the patients coming from far-flung areas of the state take the advantage of this hospital.  The technical staffs of this college arrange lectures and demonstrations for farmers as well as for field veterinarians.

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