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Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras), Tamil Nadu
Address:Madhavaram Milk Colony
Chennai (Madras) (District Chennai (Madras))
Tamil Nadu, India
Pin Code : 600051
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Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is a recognised institute / college. Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu was established on / in 1876.


Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is situated in Chennai (Madras) of Tamil Nadu state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Chennai (Madras) comes under Chennai (Madras) Tehsil, Chennai (Madras) District.

Fax # of Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is 00+91-44-25551575, and 25551585.

Mobile No(s) of concerned persons at Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu are 98841-36148.

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Website of Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu is www.tanuvas.ac.in, www.tanuvas.tn.nic.in/.

Registrar : Dr. C. Balachandran.


Contact Details of Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, MADRAS VETERINARY COLLEGE, Chennai (Madras) Tamil Nadu are : Telephone: +91-44-25551586, 25551587, 25554555, and 25554556


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CHENNAI: The launch of two new colleges in Thanjavur and Tirunelveli has added 34 seats to the Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry programme of the Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University. The number of seats has gone up from 226 to 260 for the 2012-13 academic year.

Announcing the beginning of the admission process to undergraduate courses for the next academic year, vice-chancellor Dr R Prabakaran said the popularity of veterinary courses has been growing rapidly.

The veterinary and fisheries sectors are the only two industries growing at the same pace as the software industry, at 8-10%. There is a high demand for the courses as people have realised that all who complete them can get into government jobs. There is a lot of scope in the private sector too, he said. Against the annual requirement of 3,700 veterinary graduates in the country, only 1,800 students pass out, he said.

Application forms for the Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Bachelor of Fisheries Science and Animal Husbandry, BTech in Food Processing Technology and BTech in Poultry Production Technology can be bought from veterinary institutes from May 14. For further details visit www.tanuvas.ac.in. tnn

60,000 visit Tanuvas science expo

Captivated by the colourful fishes, this school girl cannot take her eyes off the fish on the last day of the science exhibition held at Madras Veterinary College in Chennai on Monday. — DC

Over 60,000 people visited the four-day science exhibition held at the Madras Veterinary College and 75 per cent of the visitors were school students, said R. Prabakaran, vice chancellor, Tamil Nadu veterinary and animal sciences university.

Students from more than 100 schools have participated and even college students lined up for the mega event. Monday being the last day of the exhibition, more than 22,000 visitors thronged the veterinary departments and units. More such interactive exhibitions to educate the public and children will be conducted, Dr Prabakaran said adding that several Chennaiites thronged with their family members during the weekend.

The aquarium show was interesting and I have learnt the names of three new ornamental fish varieties and I am planning to grow fish in my house seventh standard student K. Saranya said.

The display of big birds like Ostrich and EMU were fascinating in the ground and the role of veterinarians to the society is well presented, N. Krishnakanth,a restaurant proprietor said.

The exhibition was a part of the world veterinary year to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the veterinary profession and create awareness among public on the services rendered by the veterinarians to the society.

Experts warn of severe milk shortage in India

India is the largest producer of milk in the world, but the country will soon face severe shortage of milk and will have to import it from foreign countries, warned Dr Narayan Mohanty, president, Veterinary Council of India.

A recent survey said the annual growth of milk production was 3.5 million tonnes, but the demand was over 6 million tones in the country. Productivity per animal is very poor in our country. It is about 987 kg per lactation, whereas the world average is 2,038 kg per lactation, said the expert.

The problem of milk shortage is due to ineffective breeding programme, limited and non-availability of quality feed, lack of veterinary services and timely treatment of cattle. Further, there is no vision focussing livestock and the meagre payscales of veterinarians will worsen the situation in a couple of years, he said.

There is a need to enhance the overall livestock wealth of the country and Tamil Nadu is now lagging behind in milk production, compared to other states, opined Dr R. Prabakaran, vice chancellor, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.

The state s average milk availability per person is marginally lower than the all-India average. The daily national average of milk availability per person is 263 ml and, for Tamil Nadu, it is 237 ml, he observed. However, Tamil Nadu leads in poultry and egg production.

About 160 eggs are available per person in a year in Tamil Nadu and the national average is 52 eggs per person in a year, the vice-chancellor added.

To meet the demands of the growing economy, surge in population and increase in health-consciousness there is a need to increase milk production by at least 5 to 5.5 per cent.

The country ranks first in cattle population (206 million, including 91 million buffaloes) and is seventh in poultry production, Dr Mohanty said.

60,000 visit Tanuvas science expo

Captivated by the colourful fishes, this school girl cannot take her eyes off the fish on the last day of the science exhibition held at Madras Veterinary College in Chennai on Monday. — DC

Over 60,000 people visited the four-day science exhibition held at the Madras Veterinary College and 75 per cent of the visitors were school students, said R. Prabakaran, vice chancellor, Tamil Nadu veterinary and animal sciences university.

Students from more than 100 schools have participated and even college students lined up for the mega event. Monday being the last day of the exhibition, more than 22,000 visitors thronged the veterinary departments and units. More such interactive exhibitions to educate the public and children will be conducted, Dr Prabakaran said adding that several Chennaiites thronged with their family members during the weekend.

The aquarium show was interesting and I have learnt the names of three new ornamental fish varieties and I am planning to grow fish in my house seventh standard student K. Saranya said.

The display of big birds like Ostrich and EMU were fascinating in the ground and the role of veterinarians to the society is well presented, N. Krishnakanth,a restaurant proprietor said.

The exhibition was a part of the world veterinary year to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the veterinary profession and create awareness among public on the services rendered by the veterinarians to the society.

Livestock sector to get fillip

Chief minister J. Jayalalithaa will surprise the rural population and the state livestock and animal husbandry sector is all set to witness a major boost in the ensuing budget, animal husbandry minister N.R. Sivapathi said on Friday.

Addressing the inaugural of a mega science exhibition at the Madras Veterinary College here, held as part of world veterinary year celebrations, he assured the veterinary students of abundant job opportunities. The chief minister is concerned about animals and has assured more financial assistance to the sector. So, veterinarians should help the government and support the rural economy, the minister urged.

Secretary of animal husbandry and fisheries ministry Gagandeep Singh Bedi said the government would be distributing 28 lakh goats and 60,000 Jersey cross-breed cows for alleviating rural poverty. More government schemes are in the pipeline and the veterinary university should come out with more supporting initiatives, he said.

Pointing out the role of veterinarians in society, Tanuvas vice-chancellor, Dr R. Prabhakaran said the Madras Veterinary College was continuing to be a favoured destination for foreign veterinary students as it deals with a variety of tropical and zoonotic diseases.

Tanuvas continues to be the premier institute in veterinary science with exclusive departments in orthopaedics, ophthalmology and microbiology, and has produced several vaccines to reduce poultry and ruminants mortality.

University sources said besides students from Virginia Tech and Michigan state, the university was expecting 55 students from the University of Chittagong in Bangladesh in September and a student from Indonesia next month under the student exchange programme.

TN to get Free Livestock scheme soon

The Free Livestock scheme of Jayalalithaa – promised on her election manifesto – is going to start on September 15, Former Chief minister C.N. Annadurais Birthday.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister stood on her promise to give free cow and goats to rural people of Tamil Nadu. This year nearly 37 thousand poor families will be benefited by this scheme which is exclusively for woman. The poor family selected for this scheme can choose between two schemes: they can get four goats, or one milk cow.

Those who wants to get the milk cow should not have more than one acre of land. And those who wants to have goats should be landless labourers. These are the essential criteria to be eligible under these schemes. With the company of government officials, they can go to the cattle market and select their cattle.

This year it has been planned that 12 thousand high breed jersey cows and one lakh goats would be distributed. Its not a mere free distribution scheme. It is planned as a comprehensive programme to develop the rural economy of Tamil Nadu, says Dr. R. Prabhakaran, Vice Chanchellor of Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.

Now Tamil Nadu has a cattle population of one lakh 10 thousand and 1 lakh 70 thousand goats. TN governments new scheme will increase the population. But apart from giving cattle and goats, there is the plan ahead to increase the fodder land and fodder production also.

Prabhakaran says that the government is going to introduce balanced food and mineral mixture to these animals. A goat can give 5000 Rupees as revenue to a family per year. Through the food and modernised cattle management cows inter carving period can be reduced, he says. It can bear six calfs in its life time. All these things have been integrated in this free animal scheme, he explains.

Tamil Nadu based Popular Naturalist Nammalvar welcomes this scheme. He has some suggestions too. Grass lands are deficient now a days. So government must plan to increase the fodder land in villages. In the surrounding village there is dry land in unused condition. It should be utilised to grow grass, rainwater tanks and forests, he says. Around every village house we have to grow tree fodders. When livestock population increases, through their excreta, we can get natural fertilizer also.

At the end of the scheme there will be 60 thousand cattle, and 28 lakh goats will be added to the states Livestock. This scheme that is targeted at the poor rural women will definitely help the rural economy.

HC rejects govt order on Metro

In a ruling welcomed by veterinarians and nature lovers in city, the Madras High Court said that no commercial buildings or Metro Rail Bhavan should be constructed in the veterinary varsity land near the Nandanam junction.

The bench comprising Chief Justice M. Y. Eqbal and Justice Sivagnanam, directed the state government that it could acquire only the necessary land required for constructing a station halt and not the entire campus that belongs to Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.

The eco-friendly judgement also insisted that for every tree cut a compensation of ten saplings should be planted. According to senior counsels Elephant Rajendran and M. Maharaja, the court has instructed not to promote any commercial buildings in the veterinary land.

The bench observed that the existing deer and birds reared by Tamil Nadu animal sciences and veterinary university at the Nandanam poultry research station (PRS) should not be shifted and not to disrupt the ongoing research works of the institution. The court also opined that a compensation of Rs 50 crore should be provided to the veterinary university for acquiring the necessary land.

Earlier the Metro Rail Ltd wanted to acquire the entire 9.67 acres of PRS land for developing a metro rail complex but now the court has rendered justice by allowing only bare minimum land acquisition (15,000 sq ft )required for the project, a senior veterinarian and one of the petitioners said.

Tamil Nadu veterinary and animal sciences university teachers association filed a writ petition seeking to quash the government order recently passed to acquire 9.912 acres of land along the arterial Anna Salai and pleaded that the government move was against the Tanuvas Act of 1989.

According to Tanuvas sources, the PRS was establised to impart training to rural poor and to promote live stock research. The 60-year-old centre has about 250 trees and supports a healthy population of above 50 deers.




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