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Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner, Rajasthan
Address:Bijey Bhawan Palace Complex,
Near Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay circle,
Bikaner
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 334001


Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan is a University recognised by UGC. Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan was established on / in 2010.


Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan is situated in Bikaner of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan is 0151-2250336, 2543419.

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Website of Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan is http://rajuvas.org/.

Vice Chancellor : Prof. AJAY KUMAR GAHLOT 9414138211, 051-2240238 (R).


Contact Details of Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (RAJUVAS), Bikaner Rajasthan are : PHONE: 0151-2543419, 2544243
Dr Ram Krishana Tanwar, Director, Clinic, RAJUVAS, Bikaner
Dr Sutej Bhan Singh Yadav, Dean and Head of Dept


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Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Science to prepare database on camel diseases

JODHPUR: The state government has given a go-ahead to a project of Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Science (RAJUVAS), Bikaner, to prepare a database of the occurrence of various diseases in camels. For the first time an initiative has been taken to look into the causes of diseases in camels, called the ship of the desert.

This is being done not only in view of the dwindling camel population and but also to sustain the camel-based economy in the state.

New University RAJUVAS opens in 2010

RAJUVAS, Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner is a newly consituted body established under section (3) of section 1 of the Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Act, 2010. The university came in to existance on 13th day of May, 2010.

Objectives of the University.-The following are the objectives of the University, namely:-

1. making provision for imparting education towards development of quality human resource, in different branches of study in veterinary and animal sciences;
2. furthering the advancement of learning and conducting of research;
3. undertaking extension education;
4. promoting partnership and linkages with national and international educational institutions;
5. liaising and establishing vital linkages with the concerned line departments working in the fields of animal husbandry, fisheries and dairy development, animal technology in the State, by whatever name called, governed by the Government of Rajasthan as well as the Union Government;
6. liaising with National and International Research Institutes, specialized in the field of veterinary, animal, dairy and fishery sciences and animal technology with a view to keep abreast of the latest technology.

The new university currently holds the following teaching and research units:

1. Constituent College-College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Bikaner and units or farms under it;
2. Constituent College-College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Navania, Vallabhnagar, Udaipur and units or farms under it;
3. Constituent College-College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Jodhpur (Estd. From session 2010-11)
4. Six Affiliated Private Colleges of Veterinary & Animal Science imparting B.V.Sc. & A.H. degree
5. Three Constituent institutions imparting Diploma in Animal Husbandry-qualification for Minor Veterinary Service Providers under Section 30 (b) of the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984, one each at College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Bikaner, College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Navania, Vallabhnagar, Udaipur and Research Centre for Livestock Health and Production, Jaipur;
6. Forty two Affiliated Private institutions imparting Diploma in Animal Husbandry-qualification for Minor Veterinary Service Providers under Section 30 (b) of the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984;
7. Four Affiliated Government institutions imparting Diploma in Animal Husbandry-qualification for Minor Veterinary Service Providers under Section 30 (b) of the Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984;
8. Livestock Research Station, Vallabhnagar, Udaipur and units or farms under it;
9. Livestock Research Stations at Beechhwal (Bikaner), Nohar (Hanumangarh), Chandan (Jaisalmer);
10. Research Centre for Livestock Health and Production, Jaipur;

Procedure for opening a new college

Requirements on the part of the University:
The university needs to be empowered through its statutes to frame further
rules/regulations/guidelines/norms etc. regarding affairs of affiliated colleges. For
this, the university should put up the agenda before the Board of Management for
issuing an Ordinance with due approval of HE the Governor of Rajasthan and
Chancellor, Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner, to make change in the
statute at page 179(58) para (4a) to be modified as under by addition of the phrase
in bold letters within the existing provisions:
'to supervise, control and regulate the academic policy, including
affiliation of colleges, of the University'
Provisions/Norms/Process of affiliation of private veterinary colleges:
A. General norms to be followed by the applicant body and affiliated colleges:
1. These provisions, mentioned herein under, shall come in force with immediate
effect.
2. It shall be mandatory for the existing as well as future institute to abide by
these. Existing affiliated institute(s) shall fit in these rules automatically,
depending upon the stage in which they are currently running. They will have to
switchover to these provisions immediately.
3. Once, any institute is affiliated, it shall be mandatory for that institute to
implement the directions/advises of the university, failing which, such institutes
shall be inviting penalty, which may be financial fine, disallowing future
admissions and/or stoppage of affiliation.
4. Only those bodies/trusts/societies which have been provided permission/NOC
for opening a Veterinary College by the Govt. of Raj., shall be eligible to apply
for affiliation to the university.
5. It shall be the sole responsibility of the applicant body/affiliated college to
satisfy the requirements of Government of India (Department of Animal
Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi).
The university shall only be acting as forwarding and communicating agency,
without any legal and financial liabilities arising out of the matters connected
with the applicant body/affiliated college.
6. Affiliation shall be for the academic purposes only. The applicant body/college
shall be bound to follow all directives of Government of India (Department of
Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New
Delhi), Government of Rajasthan, UGC, ICAR, University etc.
7. The applicant body/college shall be bound to respond to the provisions of RTI
Act, so far as connected to the matters of affiliation and university.
8. The university shall develop a format which shall be the 'Prescribed application
form' having an enclosed self declaration regarding facilities developed by the
applicant body as per VCI requirements for the first year and second year and
growth plan for subsequent years (which has already been developed by the
university).
9. If at any time during the continuation of affiliation, the Government of India
(Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council
of India, New Delhi) raises any objection regarding adequacy of facilities, it
shall be mandatory on the part of the college to fulfill the same.
10. Any punitive/suggestive/advisory action by the Government of India
(Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council
of India, New Delhi) shall be binding to the college and university affiliation or
any other action shall not override the issues raised by the Government of India
(Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council
of India, New Delhi).
11. The university may appoint such number of visitors as it may deem requisite to
inspect any affiliated college or to attend any examination held by any such
college or any other affair as the university deems fit. The visitors shall not
interfere with the conduct of any training or examination, but shall report to the
Vice-Chancellor on the adequacy of the standards including staff, equipment,
accommodation,, training and other facilities prescribed by the Veterinary
Council of India, New Delhi and Rajasthan Agricultural University, Bikaner
(Raj). The report of the visitor(s) shall be treated as confidential unless in any
particular case the Vice-Chancellor otherwise directs.
12. The university shall be empowered to institute an enquiry into the affairs related
to academics/admissions/affiliation matters/any other, of the affiliated college,
for which it shall be mandatory for the affiliated institutes to provide required
information and cooperate.
B. Procedure of applying for provisional Affiliation:
1. The prescribed application form shall be made available at a charge of Rs.
2,000/-, as Application Form charges, to those applicants who have been
provided NOC by the Government of Rajasthan for opening of a new private
veterinary college. The person/body requiring application shall have to apply on
the letter head and official seal of the body to which NOC has been provided by
the Government of Rajasthan along with an attested copy of the NOC.
2. Application for affiliation shall be in the prescribed format along with
application fee of Rs. 25,000/-. This application shall be valid for only
forthcoming academic session. If the applicant fails to obtain affiliation of the
university/permission from Government of India (Department of Animal
Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi) to
start the college in that particular session, it shall have to apply afresh for the
next session, by obtaining fresh prescribed application form and depositing
application fee along with filled application form.
3. Applicants should have submitted all the required documents to the Government
of Rajasthan as per the terms and conditions of the NOC, before applying for
affiliation. They shall have to enclose a proof of it along with the application,
otherwise, the application shall be rejected.
4. The applicants shall be required to submit a prescribed declaration on a Non
judicial stamp paper of Rs. 1000/- along with the application form (format of
declaration shall be developed by the university).
5. Incomplete applications shall be rejected and fee forfeited. However, applicant
shall be free to file fresh application.
6. The application fee shall be non refundable, even in cases of withdrawal of
application, rejection of application and university deciding to not to grant
affiliation.
7. When the first year requirements are completely met, the management for the
proposed college will file the application, make a presentation of the facilities to
the university authorities, submit a video CD of the available facilities and
invite the inspection team of the university. The applicant body shall have to
deposit an Inspection fee of Rs. 20,000/- to the university.
8. Consequent to presentation and viewing the video CD, and deposition of
Inspection Fee, if the university authorities are satisfied that the facilities
developed by the body applicant are prima facie worth inspecting, the university
shall send a team for inspection. If the facilities are seemingly inadequate, the
applicant body shall be communicated so during the presentation and in writing
also. In such a case, the applicant body shall develop adequate facilities and
again make a presentation, with fresh video CD to the university authorities.
9. The university may decide such authorities, who shall be present at the time of
presentation for recommending adequacy/otherwise to the university. The
presentation, however, shall be open to all faculty members of the university.
10. The Inspection team (as constituted by the university) shall visit the college
after satisfactory presentation and receiving invitation letter. The team shall
submit the report to the Registrar for placing before the next Academic Council
meeting.
11. If the academic council approves, the report along with academic council
recommendation shall be put to the next BOM meeting. Otherwise it will be
returned back to the applicant body of the proposed college for improving the
facilities and re-inspection on a future date.
12. If approved also by the BOM, the university shall issue orders of provisional
affiliation which shall be communicated to the applicant body with in 4 weeks.
B. Annual affiliation:
1. The applicant body shall then submit a detailed status report along with request
to the university to forward their case to the Government of India (Department
of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New
Delhi) for obtaining permission to start the college.
2. The applicant body will be required to complete staff recruitments of first year
as per VCI norms and inform the University.
3. After receiving permission from Government of India (Department of Animal
Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi) to
start the college/admit the students, the applicant body having completed the
recruitment process, it shall invite the university team for Final Inspection (as
constituted by the university). The applicant body shall have to deposit a Final
Inspection fee of Rs. 50,000/- to the university.
4. At the time of final inspection, the applicant body should ensure that all the
required staff (teaching as well as non-teaching) has been recruited and present
during the time of inspection, failing which, annual affiliation may be denied
and the entire process of affiliation shall have to be started a fresh.
5. If the staff and other facilities are adequate, the university will give a letter for
deposition of the annual affiliation fee of Rs. 5 lakh.
6. After deposition of the annual affiliation fee, the University will issue orders for
Annual Affiliation.
C. Admission of students and subsequent annual affiliations:
1. The college shall not be able to admit students for that session without clear cut
permission of the Government of India (Department of Animal Husbandry,
Dairying and Fisheries/Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi) and subsequent
grant of Annual affiliation by the university.
2. Before the end of first academic session, when the second year requirements
are completely met, the management of the college will make a presentation of
the facilities to the university authorities, submit a video CD of the so far
developed facilities and invite the Annual Inspection team of the university. The
applicant body shall have to deposit an Annual Inspection fee of Rs. 50,000/- to
the university.
3. Consequent to presentation and viewing the video CD, and deposition of
Annual Inspection Fee, if the university authorities are satisfied that the
facilities developed for the second year by the body applicant are prima facie
worth inspecting, the university shall send a team for inspection. If the facilities
are seemingly inadequate, the applicant body shall be communicated so during
the presentation and in writing also. In such a case, the applicant body shall
develop adequate facilities and again make a presentation, with fresh video CD
to the university authorities, well before the admissions of the next session,
failing which the college shall not be allowed to admit fresh students.
4. The university shall be free to take decision regarding shifting of existing
students of first year, when they come in second year to another college, as
deemed fit, if the college fails to develop adequate facilities for the second year
as per Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi norms.
5. If the staff and other facilities are adequate, the university will give a letter for
deposition of the annual affiliation fee of Rs. 5 lakh. After deposition of the
annual affiliation fee, the University will issue orders for Annual Affiliation.
This process shall apply to subsequent years also.
6. After passing out of first batch of students from any college, presently affiliated
or affiliated in future, and after inclusion of qualifications in schedule 1 of the
Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984 by Government of India, the college shall
qualify for permanent affiliation, and university shall stop giving further annual
affiliation.
7. For getting permanent affiliation, consequent to fulfilling the conditions
mentioned above, the college shall be required to deposit one time affiliation fee
of Rs. 50 lakh in the university. This amount shall be non refundable. This
amount shall be forfeited, in case the college fails to fulfill the norms and
requirements as per Veterinary Council of India, New Delhi and Rajasthan
Agricultural University, Bikaner (Raj) at any subsequent date. In such cases, no
students shall be allowed to be admitted to such institute.

Counselling notification of Animal Sciences University

Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Counselling Notification

When
Monday, September 27, 2010 at 09:00 AM
Details
Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Bikaner

Admission and Entrance Test Notification for vacant seats of B.V.Sc. & A.H.

Applications are invited from Indian Nationals who have passed 10+2 with Biology along with Physics, Chemistry and English for admission on the vacant payment seats of B.V.Sc & A.H degree course in the constituent colleges to be filled through an entrance test. The application form and other details in this regard can be downloaded from website www.rajuvas.org.

Important Dates:
Courselling Date: List of eligible and successful candidates for counseling can be seen on website www.rajuvas.org on 27th September, 2010 at 10 A.M.
Complete application form should be reached at given address:

Office of the Controller of Examinations,
Rajasthan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences,
Bijey Bhawan Palace complex,
Near Pt. Deendayal Upadhyay circle,
BIKANER (Raj) 334001.

Prof Ajey Kumar Gahlot Vice Chancellor

CURRICULUM VITAE OF Prof. GAHLOT, AJEY KUMAR

First Vice Chancellor, RAJASTHAN UNIVERSITY OF
VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCE,
BIKANER (RAJ) 334 001

Objective: To further and lead veterinary & animal science teaching,
research and extension in Rajasthan and the country.

Exclusive attainments:
*Aroung Ten years' experience as Chairman-Faculty cum Dean.
*Chairman-Faculty of 50 institutions
*Heading largest veterinary faculty of the country with intake capacity of >2,500 students per anum, whereas all other faculties of RAU have <1,500
*Unique blend of experience of all three activities of the University, i.e., teaching (~15 yrs), research (~7 yrs) & extension (~4 yrs).
*First in the country to successfully implement PPP model in veterinary education
*First in the country to issue monthly weather based animal disease
forewarning bulletin since April, 2004.
*Gold Medalist of university and ICAR Team Research with first division and recipient of national scholarship throughout higher educational career.
*Initiated new programme of Diploma in Animal Husbandry qualification for para-vets in the state
*Initiated massive animal disease control training programme for vets
and para-vets (~1600 trained so far).
*HOD of 8 departments.
*Experience as member of all statutory bodies of University.
*Standing expert and Inspector of Veterinary Council of India, member of Rajasthan State Veterinary Council, Rajasthan Livestock Development Board, State's Technical Committees.
*Past and present Expert nominated by ICAR on Research Committees of National Research Centers on Equines, Sheep & Wool and Camel.


ACADEMIC RECORD

1992 Ph.D. (Veterinary Medicine), College of Veterinary Science, CCS Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (Haryana) Topic: Studies on some diagnostic, immunological and clinico-pathological aspects of early stage of Paratuberculosis in experimentally infected buffalo calves. Thesis submitted in partial fulfillment for the degree of Ph.D.-First Class with
first position in the subject.

1987 Registered Veterinary Practitioner No. 479 of the Rajasthan State
Veterinary Council, Jaipur.

1980 M.V.Sc. (Vety. Medicine), Topic: Studies on ovine Paratuberculosis.
Thesis submitted to university of Udaipur. Udaipur (Raj.) in Partial
fulfillment for the degree of M.V.Sc. - First Class with first position in the
University

1977 B.V.Sc. & A.H., College of Veterinary & Animal Science, University of
Udaipur- Gold Medalist-First Class with first position in the University

1971 Hr. Secondary, Board of Sec. Education Rajasthan, Ajmer - 71.5%-First
Class with distinction in Biology.

1970 Secondary, Board of Sec. Education Rajasthan, Ajmer - 77%-First Class
with distinction in Biology, Physics & Chemistry & English
PRIZES AND AWARDS

2005 Maj. (Mrs.) Malika Trivedi IAAVR Award for out standing professional
contribution.

2004 Bikaner Samvad Award for Outstanding contribution to Veterinary
Education, Research and Extension

2003 Intas Polyvet Best Clinical Article Award

2001 Platinum Jubilee Award from the Platinum Jubilee Committee of Govt. Sadul
Sr. Sec. School, Bikaner for Outstanding Public Service.

1991 Felicitation Award by the Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine for
outstanding research work on Theileriosis.

1990 CCS Haryana Agricultural University Appreciation Award for National level
Research on Theileriosis.

1989 ICAR Team Research Award and Gold Medal for research on Theileriosis in
animals conferred by Dy. Prime Minister of India.

1989 Senior Research Fellowship of the ICAR

1987 Received Rajasthan State Appreciation Award conferred by the Collector,
Jaisalmer for work on improvement of Tharparkar Cattle and Green Fodder
production.

1977 Junior Research Fellowship of the ICAR

1977 University Gold Medal for First position in B.V.Sc. & A.H.
1973-77 National Merit Scholarship WORK EXPERIENCE AND POSITIONS HELD
Oct.,28, 2000-till date
Chairman Faculty of Veterinary and Animal Science and
(A.K. Gahlot) DEAN , College of Veterinary and Animal
Science.


Aug.,2001-Dec.,2004
CCPI of NATP project on Weather based animal disease
forecasts center at Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine
Bikaner

Oct,1999-Oct., 2000:
Director Students' Welfare and Founder Chairman
University Sports Board, Rajasthan Agricultural University,
Bikaner (Raj)

May,1996- till date:
Professor & Head, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine,
Ethics & Jurisprudence, College of Veterinary and Animal
Science, Bikaner (Raj).

During this period held the following responsibilities:
* Chairman-VCI cell of CVAS->4 yrs;
* Convenor of Admission Committee for 3 yrs of UG
admissions of CVAS;
* Chairman of number of committees of college and university
level;
* Had been Member of all statutory bodies of the
university right from the Departmental Committee,
Committee of Courses, Board of Studies, Academic Council,
Committee of Deans, Research Advisory Committee, Zonal
Research and Extension Advisory Committee, Local
Management Committee of Krishi Vigyan Kendra and even the
highest body of the University-the Board of Management;
* Member-Board of Secondary Education Rajasthan, Ajmer.
* Member-Rajasthan Hindi Granth Academy, Jaipur.
* Patron-Canine Welfare Society, Veterinary Students
Association, Bikaner Veterinary College Alumni Association.
July, 1992-
May, 1996
Founder In charge of Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Jaisalmer (Raj)
Jan., 1986-
July,1992
Officer In charge, Livestock Research Station, Chandan
(Jaisalmer), as Associate Prof.
Sept., 1985-
Jan.,1986
Officer In charge, Livestock Research Station, Chandan
(Jaisalmer), as Asstt. Prof.
Sept., 1983-
Sept., 1985
Member of the Founder team of the Directorate of Research
(Veterinary & Animal Science, Sukhadia University) at AES,
Durgapura, Jaipur as Asstt. Prof.
May, 1983-
Sept., 1983
Asstt. Prof., Department of Medicine, College of Veterinary and
Animal Science, Bikaner (Raj)
June, 1982-
May, 1983
Asstt. Scientist, Professor Emeritus Project on Theileriosis, CCS
Haryana Agricultural University, Hisar (Haryana)
March, 1980-
May, 1982
Instructor, College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Bikaner
(Raj)

Other Work

Experiences

* It was during his tenure, that the university sports stadium was built
and completed, which was inaugurated by the then Chief Minister of
Rajasthan on 16.11.2000.

* He was key instrumental figure in successful organization of the 3rd All India Agricultural universities' Games and Sports Tournaments held in November, 2001.

* He is continuously member of the University Sports Board since 2000.
After his takeover as Dean of the college, he has ensured that all the
games and sports events during any academic session were organized
uninterruptedly.
* Was an all rounder debater during his college life (1973-79).
* Participated in many games during his college and school life. He was
university champion of Chess. Remained a player of football, carom,
kabaddi, badminton etc. (1973-79).

* Figuring on the expert/ inspector/ examiner/ paper setter list of not
only of number of colleges/ universities of the country but also of the
National Bodies like Agricultural Scientist Recruitment Board, Indian
Council of Agricultural Research and Vety. Council of India (Currently)
Professional contributions
2009

* Created infrastructure for Embryo Transfer laboratory

* Created infrastructure for Veterinary Forensic Science Laboratory
2008

* Internet connectivity to all departments and few hostels based on
structured Optical Fiber Cable.

* Advanced Animal Nutrition Analytical laboratory with facilities for in vitro
rumen fermentation studies.

* Started PG programme on Animal Biotechnology

* Established separate Department of Microbiology & Biotechnology

2007
* Established Milk product processing training laboratory with equipments
for pasteurization, butter, cheese, cream, ghee, refrigeration, testing,
packing etc.

* Started new Animal Husbandry Diploma Programme at 47 institutes with
an intake capacity of 2350 students per anum, which includes 4 institutes
of the Govt. of Raj. And 42 private institutions

* Launched separate website for this programme www.bikanervetcolahdp.org

* Radioisotope laboratory for research on animal diseases

2006
* Modern computer center with internet leased line

2005
* Established Training Center for Field functionaries which is airconditioned
with separate alternative power supply, modern teaching aids like touch
screen, projection, visualiser, computer with peripherals, laptop, internet,
hands on working lab, manuals in Hindi and English etc.

* Launched Web site of the Alumni Associationwww.
bikanervetcolalumni.org

* Launched ASCAD trainings (14) of Veterinary Officers and Para-Veterinary
Staff on Animal Disease Diagnosis and Control and the trainings are
continuing every year since then.
2004

* Launched monthly 'Weather based animal disease forewarning bulletin',
Rajasthan being the only state in the country to issue such a bulletin.

* Organising Secy.- National Symposium of the Indian Association for
Advancement of Veterinary Research.

* Course Director- Winter School on Veterinary Jurisprudence.

* Got the college connected with RAU's other colleges through WAN

2002, 2003,
2004, 2005

* Patron- Alumni Meets
2003

* Launched Web site of the College-www.bikanervetcol.org
2001

* Organising Secy.- National Symposium of the Indian Society of
Veterinary Medicine.

2000
* Course Director- Training programme on 'Use of blood chemistry
autoanalyser for biochemical analyses of the animal blood serum'.

1999
* IPSACON-99- Poultry scenario in the post-independence era and the
challenges ahead-Editor-Souvenir.
1997

* Jt. Organising Secy. & Editor-Compendium-'Gau Palan, Gram
Swavlamban evam Gramotthan'-a seminar participated by Scientists
and NGOs.

1987
* Organising Secy.- National Symposium on Livestock Production vis-a
vis Fodder & Pasture Development, LRS, Chandan (Jaisalmer).
PUBLICATIONS
(i) Co-Author of book 'Veterinary Jurisprudence'-3rd, 4th & 5th Edition (NBS
Publishers)
(ii) Executive Editor of Biannual Journal 'Veterinary Practitioner' Since 2002.
(iii) Member Editorial Board of Biannual Journal 'Journal of Canine Development
& Research' since 2003.
(iv) Former Member of the Editorial Board of "Indian Journal of Veterinary
Medicine"
(v) Issuing a monthly Weather based animal disease forewarning bulletin of
the State since April, 2004 on the basis of software based retrieval of relevant
disease data of animal diseases since 1995.
(vi) Have published and presented more than 150 articles in national and
international journals/seminars.

Important achievements in the field of upgrading education:
* An academician having experience of all three major fields of a
university system, i.e., Teaching, Research and Extension.
* Initiated Public Private Partnership (PPP) in the field of Veterinary
Education for the first time in the country.
* Launched self finance degree and diploma programmes in
veterinary education.
* Initiated Manual based practical teaching in all UG subjects.
* Established fibre optic cable based internet connectivity in all
teaching departments and hostels.
* Launched Animal Husbandry Diploma programmes of 2 years in 47
institutes simultaneously which includes 4 Government institution
and 42 private institutions.
* Launched new PG programmes particularly, in Animal
Biotechnology.
* Increased income of the college >10 times, which has reached to
around 1.50 crores per anum.
* Established modern Training Center for Vets and Para-vets fully
equipped with latest teaching aids and fully centrally air
conditioned.

* Initiated Animal Disease Control Training programme for Vets and
Para-vets and the college is training 250 trainees per anum
regularly since last 4 years.
* Started Communication skill course for students free of cost.
* Insured all the students in group insurance.
* Initiated out-reach activities in the form of animal treatment
camps attracting more than 30,000 cases per anum.
* Modernised clinical facilities of the college attracting 40-50
thousand cases per anum.
* The institute is having 100% students' placement with 1-2
students every year seeking admission in foreign universities and
around 15-20% students going in the diversified fields of
Management, bioinformatics etc.

Born on 9th March, 1953,
Superannuating(on present position) 31.03.2013
Tenure of present post held: >9 years

S/o Dr. Gauri Shankar Gahlot

Married in 1980 to Smt. Aruna, who is presently Principal of Hr. Sec.
School. Have one daughter doing MD (Paediatrics) and one son
pursuing MS (Ortho-surgery), both at the PGI, Chandigarh.
Res. Address: GAHLOT KUTEER, B-30-A KARANI NAGAR,
NAGENIJI ROAD, BIKANER (RAJ) 334 003
PHONE: 0151-2543419, 2544243 (O) 2250336, 2543419
(FAX), 2240380, 2240238 (R), 9414138211 (MOB),
e-mail: ajeygahlot@hotmail.com
Web site: www.rajuvas.org, www.akgahlot.com

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Total number of colleges affiliated with this University = 1
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