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Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh
Address:Izatnagar
Bareilly (District Bareilly)
Uttar Pradesh, India
Pin Code : 243122


Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh is a University recognised by UGC. Status: Deemed University.

Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh was established on / in 16.11.1983.


Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh is situated in Bareilly of Uttar Pradesh state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Bareilly comes under Bareilly Tehsil, Bareilly District.

Fax # of Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh is +91-581-2303284, 2302179.

email ID(s) is Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI Bareilly Uttar Pradesh

Website of Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh is http://www.ivri.nic.in, www.ivri.up.nic.in.


Contact Details of Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh are : +91-581-2301827, 2301375, 2302536

Director : Ph. No. :+91-581-2300096
Jt. Director (Research) Ph. No. :+91-581-2300361
Jt. Director (CADRAD) Ph. No. :+91-581-2302188
Jt. Director (Academic) Ph. No. :+91-581-2302179
Jt. Director (Extension Education) Ph. No. :+91-581-2310259
Chief Administrative Officer Ph. No. +91-581-2302536
Admin. Officer : Sh. C.P. Thomas Phone : 0581-2302536

How to reach IVRI Izatnagar (Bareilly)
Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar is located in Bareilly (UP) on Delhi-Lucknow National Highway (NH-24) at 250 kms from Lucknow (UP) and 260 kms from Delhi. Bareilly city is well connected by rail and road routes. The institute is 8 kms away from Bareilly Railway Junction.


Courses

1. Master in Veterinary Sciences (M.V.Sc.)
2. Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
3. National Diplomas

Master Programme (MVSc)
* Animal Genetics & Breeding
* Animal Nutrition
* Animal Biochemistry
* Bio-statistics
* Epidemiology
* Veterinary Extension Education
* Livestock Production & Management
* Livestock Production & Technology
* Livestock Economics
* Poultry Science
* Veterinary Bacteriology
* Veterinary Gynecology & Obstetrics
* Veterinary Immunology
* Veterinary Medicine
* Veterinary Parasitology
* Veterinary Pathology
* Veterinary Pharmacology
* Veterinary Physiology
* Veterinary Public Health
* Veterinary Surgery
* Veterinary Virology (At Mukteswar Campus, Distt Nanital)
* Animal Biotechnology

Doctoral Programme (PhD)
* Animal Genetics & Breeding
* Animal Nutrition
* Veterinary Physiology
* Animal Biochemistry
* Livestock Production & Management
* Livestock Production & Technology
* Poultry Science
* Veterinary Parasitology
* Veterinary Pathology
* Veterinary Pharmacology
* Veterinary Surgery
* Veterinary Immunology
* Veterinary Extension Education
* Animal Biotechnology
* Veterinary Bacteriology
* Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics
* Veterinary Medicine
* Veterinary Public Health
* Veterinary Virology (At Mukteswar Campus, Distt Nanital)

National Diploma
* National Diploma in Preventive Veterinary Medicine (NDPVM)
* National Diploma in Animal Husbandry (NDAH)
* National Diploma in Veterinary Biological Products (NDBP)
* National Diploma in Animal Reproduction (NDAR)
* National Diploma in Poultry Husbandry (NDPH)
* National Diploma in Equine Husbandry, Medicine and Surgery (NDEHMS)
* National Diploma in Zoo and Wild Animal Health Care and Management (NDZWA)
* National Diploma in Meat and Meat Products Technology (NDMPT)
* National Diploma in Fodder and Feed Technology (NDFFT)

Courses Offered BY Indian Veterinary Research Institute
Post Graduate Degree Courses
MVSc in - Animal Biochemistry
MVSc in - Animal Biotechnology
MVSc in - Animal Genetics and Breeding
MVSc in - Animal Nutrition
MVSc in - Avian Diseases
MVSc in - Bio-statistics
MVSc in - Epidemiology
MVSc in - Livestock Economics
MVSc in - Livestock Production and Management
MVSc in - Livestock Products Technology
MVSc in - Poultry Science
MVSc in - Veterinary Bacteriology
MVSc in - Veterinary Extension Education
MVSc in - Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics
MVSc in - Veterinary Immunology
MVSc in - Veterinary Medicine
MVSc in - Veterinary Parasitology
MVSc in - Veterinary Pathology
MVSc in - Veterinary Pharmacology
MVSc in - Veterinary Physiology
MVSc in - Veterinary Public Health
MVSc in - Veterinary Surgery & Radiology Research / Doctoral-level Courses
PhD in Animal Biochemistry
PhD in Animal Biotechnology
PhD in Animal Genetics and Breeding
PhD in Animal Nutrition
PhD in Animal Nutrition
PhD in Avian Diseases
PhD in Animal Biochemistry
PhD in Livestock Production and Management
PhD in Livestock Products Technology
PhD in Poultry Science
PhD in Veterinary Bacteriology
PhD in Veterinary Extension Education
PhD in Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics
PhD in Veterinary Immunology
PhD in Veterinary Medicine
PhD in Veterinary Parasitology
PhD in Veterinary Pathology
PhD in Veterinary Pharmacology
PhD in Veterinary Physiology
PhD in Veterinary Public Health
PhD in Veterinary Surgery & Radiology


Academic Programs
Indian Veterinary Research Institute comprises master and doctoral programs in various subjects. There are over 20 disciplines taught in fields of veterinary and animal sciences, livestock products technology, basic sciences. Overall, the programs offered are as follows:

* Master's degree programs, there are Master of Veterinary Science (MVSc) in various specializations: Animal Genetics & Breeding, Animal Nutrition, Animal Biochemistry, Bio-statistics, Epidemiology, Veterinary Extension Education, Livestock Production & Management, Livestock Production & Technology, Livestock Economics, Poultry Science, Veterinary Bacteriology, Veterinary Gynecology & Obstetrics, Veterinary Immunology, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Parasitology, Veterinary Pathology, Veterinary Pharmacology, Veterinary Physiology, Veterinary Public Health, Veterinary Surgery & Radiology, Veterinary Virology, and Animal Biotechnology.

* Doctoral programs, there are PhD in the following specializations: Animal Genetics & Breeding, Animal Nutrition, Veterinary Physiology, Animal Biochemistry, Livestock Production & Management, Livestock Production & Technology, Poultry Science, Veterinary Parasitology, Veterinary Pathology, Veterinary Pharmacology, Veterinary Surgery, Veterinary Immunology, Veterinary Extension Education, Animal Biotechnology, Veterinary Bacteriology, Veterinary Gynaecology & Obstetrics, Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary Public Health, and Veterinary Virology.

* Diploma programs, there are available in the following specializations: Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Animal Husbandry, Veterinary Biological Products, Animal Reproduction, Poultry Husbandry, Meat & Meat Products Technology, Fodder & Feed Technology, Equine Husbandry, Medicine, & Surgery, and Zoo, Wild Animal Health Care, & Management.

The research activities at Indian Veterinary Research Institute are grouped into four:
1. Animal Health, with the following divisions: Avian Disease, Bacteria & Myco., Biological Products, Epidemiology, Immunology, Parasitology, Pharmacy & Toxicity, Standardization, Animal Biotechnology, Veterinary Division, Veterinary Pathology, VPH, Veterinary Surgery, and Virology.

2. Animal Production, with the following divisions: Animal Genetics, Animal Nutrition, Animal Reproduction, Livestock Production & Management, and Physiology & Climatology.

3. Basic & Social Science, with the following divisions: Biochemistry & Food Science, Extension Education, Biophysics, Electron Microscopy, & Instrumentation, and Livestock Economics, Statistics, & Information Technology.

4. Livestock Products & Technology, with the Division of Livestock Products & Technology.


Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI, Bareilly Uttar Pradesh runs course(s) in Universities stream(s).

Profile of Indian Veterinary Research Institute IVRI

About Institute
Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) was established on 9th December, 1889 as an Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory at Pune (Maharashtra) and was later-on shifted to Mukteswar (Kumaon, Uttranchal) in 1893. Mukteswar was chosen because of its suitability for research on infectious diseases. Subsequently, for extending the activities of the Institute, Izatnagar, Bareilly (UP) campus was established in 1913 for large scale production of sera and vaccines. It gradually expanded to the present size with its headquarters at Izatnagar (UP) and campuses at Mukteswar (Nainital, Uttranchal), Bangalore(Karnataka), Bhopal (MP) and regional stations at Palampur (HP), Srinagar (J&K) and Kolkata (WB). At present, there are 21 Divisions and 6 Sections specialized in various disciplines/areas. Research conducted in the areas of animal health, production and technology with multidisciplinary approach has paid rich dividends. The research contributions
have facilitated development of new biologicals used for diagnosis, prevention, cure and control of many devastating diseases of livestock and poultry, increased production of milk, meat, eggs and other animal products.

Upgradation of livestock and poultry with increased production potential, overcoming the shortage of animal feeds by better utilization of existing feed resources and substitution of conventional feeds by cheaper agro-industrial by-products are other significant contributions. Post-graduate teaching and training programmes started in 1900 at the Institute when training was imparted to field veterinarians, civil and army personnel on various aspects of animal health-care. Later, Associateship of IVRI and National Diploma courses were added as a part of post-graduate teaching programme.

However, with the establishment of Post-Graduate College of Animal Sciences in 1958, the Institute has been providing quality education at masters' and doctoral levels in 23 and 20 disciplines respectively. The Institute has been conferred the status of Deemed to be University with effect from 16th November, 1983 under Section 3 of the University Grants Commission Act (1956). The first academic session under Deemed University started on 15.1.1985. The administrative control of the Institute is vested with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR). The Institute has been attracting a large number of foreign students, specially from developing countries.

Scholars have been deputed to this Institute from different Countries for various short and long-term training programmes, diplomas and degree Courses. Besides the above courses, the institute has also been conducting various short term National and International Training Programmes, Staff Courses and Summer Institutes from time to time to make the professional workers familiar with latest Developments in veterinary and animal sciences. The Institute has also been recognised as the Centre for Advanced Studies in Animal Nutrition, and Animal Physiology and Centre of Excellence in Animal Biotechnology by Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. The Institute, spreaded over an area of 307 hectares, has a well established National Library of Veterinary Sciences, Animal and Fodder Farms, Boys and Girls' Hostels, Bank and Post Office facilities at its Izatnagar campus. It is located at a distance of 250 Kms from New Delhi, & about 8 km from Bareilly Jn. (BG) and 1 km from Izatnagar Railway Station (MG).

2. AUTHORITIES (DEEMED UNIVERSITY)
(a) The Director is the Principal Executive academic officer of the Institute and exercises powers similar to the Vice-Chancellors of other Universities in University affairs.

(b) The Joint Director (Academic)cum Dean, is responsible for the organization and implementation of the teaching programmes and coordination of post-graduate studies in all disciplines of the Deemed University.

(c) The Registrar is responsible for maintenance of all records related to performance of the students, assistance in admissions and for establishment matters and general administration in the Deemed University The Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), the first research laboratory of the country in veterinary and Animal Sciences, is India's pioneering
Institute devoted to research and education at Master's and Doctorate levels. The administration of the Institute is vested with the Indian Council of Agricultural Research ( ICAR ). IVRI was established in 1889 as the Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory at Pune ( Maharashtra) and was lettered transferred to Mukteswar in Kumaon Hills (U.P) in 1893. Subsequently, for extending the activities of the Institute, Izatnagar(U.P.) Campus was established in the year 1913. it gradually expanded to the present size with its Headquarter at Izatnagar (U.P.) and campuses at Mukteswar ( Uttaranchal ) and Banglore (Karnataka) and regional stations at Palampur (HP) , Srinagar (J&K), Calcutta (West engal ) and Bhopal
(MP). At present, there are twenty one Divisions and six Sections engaged in research in the field of Animal Health, Production and Technology with well integrated multi-disciplinary approach. It has shown new direction in the development of new biological used for diagnosis,
prevention, cure and control of many devastating diseases of Livestock including poultry; increased production of milk, meat, eggs, and other animal products; upgrading of the livestock and the poultry with increaed production potential; overcoming the shortage of animal feeds through utilization of existing feeed resources and cheap agro-industrial by-product. The Institute is spread over an area of 307 hectares at Izatnagar Campus.
It is situated at a distance of about 8 km. from Bareilly Jn. (BG) and 4 km. from the Bareilly town. Izatnagar Railway Stations (MG) is about 1 km. from the Institute Campus.

Introduction
Indian Veterinary Research Institute , Izatnagar (IVRI) is the first laboratory in India conducting research in veterinary and animal sciences. It is a premier Institute in India, which offers research and imparts education at the Master and Doctorate level. The Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) administers the Institute. The Izatnagar campus is spread over an area of 307 hectares. The Bareilly Junction Railway Station is at a distance of 8 kilometers and the Bareilly town is at a distance of 4 kilometers. The nearest railway station is the Izatnagar Railway Station, which is at a distance of 1 kilometer from the Institute campus.

In 1913, the Izatnagar campus was established for extending the activities of the Institute. The institute expanded its curriculum and the Izatnagar campus became the headquarters of the institute. The Institute has two other campuses one at Mukteswar in Uttaranchal and the other at Bangalore in Karnataka. The Institute has regional stations at Palampur in Himachal Pradesh, Srinagar in Jammu and Kashmir, Calcutta in West Bengal and Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh. Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar At present the Institute has twenty-one divisions and six sections, which conducts research in the field of Animal Health, Production and Technology and several other courses. The University has come up with several methods of curing and controlling diseases of livestock including poultry, producing cheap agro-industrial by- product, increasing the production potential of the livestock and the poultry, zoo and animal health care and management and meat and meat products technology. Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), the first research laboratory of the country in veterinary and animal sciences, has its headquarters at Izatnagar near Bareilly.

An institute of national importance, IVRI has campuses at Mukteshwar and Bangalore. There are regional stations at Palampur, Srinagar, Kolkata and Bhopal. Courses are offered leading to MVSc, PhD, and national diploma programs. Presently, there are 21 divisions and six sections engaged in research in the field of animal health, production and technology. The institute is situated about 4 km from Bareilly.

Profile of Institute
The Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI), Izatnagar established in 1889 is institute of national importance for providing university level training in the areas of veterinary sciences and allied fields. The institute is one of the oldest one in south East Asia. The institute imparts postgraduate programs. Students from different corners of India as well as from foreign countries join IVRI to gain knowledge and conduct research work. Since early 1900, this institute was conducting training to field veterinarians on the general principles of therapeutics, and to civil and army personnel in comparative pathology, bacteriology and microbiology. Later these courses were eliminated and many numbers of refresher courses came on offer for the training of veterinary professionals.

In 1943 the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Izatnagar, started offering Diplomas for the Associateship of IVRI. These courses were part of postgraduate training program. Associate-ship was regarded as equivalent to M.V.Sc. / MSc for further studies as well as employment. The IVRI also started offering National Diploma Program in Animal Husbandary, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Poultry Husbandry, Animal Reproduction etc. The institute started offering research programs in different areas of animal sciences in 1937. Research programs leads to the award of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Doctor of Science (DSC). The Joint Indo-American Team emphasized the urgency of extending facilities for post-graduate education to meet the country's demand of trained and technical personnel for Veterinary Colleges and Livestock Research Stations in 1955. The College of Animal Sciences came into being in 1958 and IVRI became capable enough for producing human resources in the animal sciences and allied fields. The University Grants Commission (UGC) conferred the status of Deemed to be University status on IVRI on 16 November 1983. On recommendations of UGC the Government of India conferred Deemed University status to the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Izatnagar. The institute commenced its first academic session on 15 January 1984.

History
Indian Veterinary Research Institute or IVRI is located at Izzatnagar, Bareilly in Uttar Pradesh state. It is India's premier advanced research facility in the field of veterinary medicine and allied branches. It has campuses at Mukteshwar, Bangalore, Palampur, Bhopal, Kolkata and Srinagar. Formerly known as Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory, it was renamed in 1925 as Imperial Veterinary Research Institute. The name of the Institute was changed following independence to Indian Veterinary Research Institute. Administrative control of the Institute is currently under Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR), New Delhi. Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) is a premier research institution in veterinary medicine and its related fields. Established in 1889 as Imperial Bacteriological Laboratory, it was not until 1925 that the institution was renamed as Imperial Veterinary Research Institute and later to the current name we know. It is also a pioneer institution in India to focus on veterinary fields. The campuses are built in Mukteshwar, Bangalore, Palampur, Bhopal, Kolkata, and Srinagar. The main campus of Indian Veterinary Research Institute is located in Izzatnagar, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh.

Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) located in Izatnagar, Bareilly (U P), has announced the date of PhD entrance exam 2009, also the notification for admission into the M V Sc Degree for the sponsored candidates.

Message of Director Dr. M.C. Sharma
Established in 1889, the Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) is one of the premier research institutions dedicated to livestock research and development of the region. This is the oldest research institution of South-East Asia with a strength of more than 350 faculty members engaged in research, teaching, consultancy and technology transfer activities. The Institute with its glorious scientific heritage has always enjoyed a certain prestige, a tradition all of its own. The Institute also takes pride in imparting quality post-graduate education which brings students not only from various parts of the country, but also from overseas. Today, the Institute with its deemed to be university status contributes immensely to human resource development in the discipline of veterinary sciences with skills and knowledge necessary for the challenges of the new millennium. It awards degrees to master and doctoral programmes in more than 20 disciplines of veterinary and animal sciences, livestock products technology, basic sciences and extension education. To impart continuing education to field veterinarians, the Institute also conducts diploma courses in veterinary preventive medicine, animal husbandry, veterinary biological products, animal reproduction, poultry husbandry, medicine and surgery, zoo and wild animal health care and management, meat and meat products technology.

The institute's research is currently addressed with clear benchmarking of deliverables through 157 research and 42 service projects. The IVRI Vision 2025 - the Perspective Plan has been finalized reflecting a strategic action plan on various research and developmental activities. A number of national and international research projects on animal health and production systems are addressed by the Institute. I am particularly pleased to make a special mention of the World Bank assisted National Agricultural Innovation Projects. It gives me a great sense of satisfaction and happiness in creating a unified vision of the opportunities and challenges across the organization.
The institute continues to play an important role in quality control and potency testing of immunobiologicals to various stakeholders with a good liaison with industry. In the liberalized scenario, to my mind this represents the inherent and fundamental strength of IVRI. Kisan Mela and Pashu Vigyan Pradarshini and other extension activities including KVK, ATIC, Helpline, etc. play a key role in technology transfer mission of the institute.

I welcome this opportunity to share information with you. Research and resources cut across nations and we hope and regard ourselves as a world Institute and a member of global community. I hope the information covered through this website on IVRI provides some glimpses of this oldest research institution widely known as "Mecca of Veterinary Sciences" in the region. I take this opportunity to welcome you to visit the site and we are open to suggestions, If any on improvement of this web based information.

Campuses and Regional Stations
The Regional Stations of the Institute have specific mandate and cater to the research priorities of the regions. as distinct from local problems (which is the responsibility of state AH Deptts and SAUs) and national problems to be tackled by IVRI. A Campus, on the other hand, will look after national problem(s), as well as regional problems.

Muketswar CampusMukteshwar Campus : Established in 1893, the Mukteshwar Campus spread over 3450 acres of land, now houses the Division of Virology and the Livestock Production Research Centre. The Virology Division conducts basic, adaptive and applied research on viral diseases of animals. The Central Typing Laboratory under development as International Centre of FMD virus typing also functions at this Campus. However, the Coordinating Unit of All-India Co-ordinated Research Project for Epidemiological Studies on FMD, is located at the main campus of IVRI, Izatnagar. The Livestock Products Research Centre conducts research on cattle production under temperate conditions and improvement of goats for pashmina production. There is a proposal to develop National Veterinary Museum at Mukteshwar. Izatnagar Campus :The headquarters of IVRI is located at Izatnagar Campus and is a seat of all activiities of research, education, training, extension and consultancy activities in animal health and production.

Banglore1 CampusBangalore Campus : The Bangalore Campus of IVRI, spread over 135 acres of land, was established in 1972 with the assistance of Government of Denmark for large scale production of FMD virus vaccine and conducts basic and applied research on FMD . The monitoring and surveillance wing of this Campus keeps a constant vigil over the economically important diseases of the southern region. The Institute has been awarded International Gold Star Award by (BID) Business Initiative Directions, Madrid, (Spain) for the quality of work for the year 1988-89. A laboratory animal facility exists on 110 acre plot at Yelahanka, a suburb of Bangalore city where animal housing for vaccine testing, with full containment facility at P-3 level, is under construction. Regional Station, Palampur (Himachal Pradesh) : The Palampur Regional Station of IVRI, situated over one acre of land was established in 1959 to cater to the research needs in livestock rearing in North-West Humid Himalayan Region (NWHHR) of the country. The major focus of this station has been the development of animal feeding systems using locally available feed resources and investigation of various health problems including the diseases prevalent in the region.

Regional Station, Calcutta (West Bengal) : The station at Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) was established in 1970, on 31 acres of prime land as a joint venture between IVRI (ICAR) and All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health (GOI), with WHO collaboration, to train specialists in veterinary public health, leading to the degree of MVPH of Kolkata University.The Regional Station conducts research activities related to important problems of veterinary public health and diseases of regional importance. The Station undertakes systematic epidemiological survey and research on zoonotic and other animal diseases of importance in the region. Regional Station, Srinagar (Jammu & Kashmir) : The Station at Srinagar was established in 1973 following the recommendations of the National Commission of Agriculture primarily for the control of 'parasitic bronchitis in sheep' and is presently stationed at Mukteswar(Kumaon hills). Possibilities are being explored to relocate it at Jammu.

Regional Station, Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) A High Security Animal Disease Laboratory was established with the assistance of UNDP and World Bank on 134.89 acres of land, at Bhopal, with P-4 containment facility for diagnosis and control of exotic/emerging diseases. Created data bank for exotic disease situations and network for dissemination of information.

Admission Scenario
Admission Scenario in Indian Veterinary Research Institute : Candidates seeking admission into Masters Degree programs of IVRI Izatnagar would require appearing in Entrance Test conducted nationwide by Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) for the award of Junior Research Fellowship (JRF). Candidates seeking admission into M.V.Sc. program under sponsored category may apply to IVRI Izatnagar directly. The written test and interview for admission to PhD program conducted in the last week of June and second week of August, respectively. Since sponsored candidate (M.V.Sc. / Ph.D.) are exempted from appearing in written test, their interview administered simultaneously in the second week of August at IVRI, Izatnagar.

Both the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) New Delhi and Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) Izatnagar issues detailed notification for the conduct of entrance test and admission process separately every year. For latest notification please click here. Foreign students shall route application for admission through their respective Embassies at New Delhi or through their respective Indian Missions abroad to the Government of India/Deputy Director General (Education) ICAR, Krishi Bhawan, New Delhi for consideration of their eligibility for admission, etc.

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