Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex

About Department

Veterinary Clinical Complex Previously TVCC, College of Veterinary Sciences caters to needs of clinical teaching, diagnosis, treatment of animals and Veterinary extension through its different units. The VCC is a premier centre for treatment of animals and serve as a referral Veterinary Clinics for Haryana and neighbouring states. During the last year, about 10,000 clinical cases of various animal species in clinical medicine, gynaecology, surgery and the pet animal section were provided treatment and 3,000 samples were tested in diagnostic laboratory. Around 500 cases were subjected to diagnostic imaging per month and income of Rs. 10.5 lacs was generated last year.
Head of Department :  
Dr. J.B. Phogat
Phone (O): 01662-256102






Dr. J.B. Phogat Professor & Head View Details
Dr. Rajesh Khurana Principal Scientist View Details
Dr. Divya Agnihotri Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Gyan Singh Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Anand Kumar Pandey Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Neelesh Sindhu Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Tarun Kumar (Gupta) Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Sandeep (Saharan) Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Satbir Sharma Assistant Professor View Details
Dr. Maneesh Sharma Assistant Professor View Details

Supporting staff

Mr. G.R.Sharma Steno-Typist
Sh.Sube Singh Messenger
Sh. Sunil Messenger
Sh.V.K.Garg Lab. Tech. (Reemployed)
Sh.Chand Singh VLDA
Sh. M.L.Gupta VLDA (Reemployed)
Sh. Rambhaj VLDA 
Sh. Amba Dutt VLDA
Sh. Vinod VLDA
Sh.Pirthi Singh Driver
Smt. Shashi Bala Sr. Lab. Asstt. 
Sh.Badri Dutt Lab. Assistant
Sh.Kuldip Saini Lab. Attendant
Sh.Kishan Chand Attendant
Sh.Ram Avtar Animal Attendant
Smt. Savitri Devi Mate
Sh.Dhanraj Sweeper

Major Achievements

  • TVCC provides excellent services to the entire Haryana state along with bordering states in medicinal, surgical, gynaecological and obstetrical treatment to farm animals as well as pet animals.
  • Techniques developed and standardized for treatment of Diaphragmatic hernia, upward fixation of patella, caesarean section, management of mastitis, post parturient haemoglobinuria etc.
  • Annually about 10,000 animals are treated in TVCC for various ailments.
  • Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory of the TVCC provides facility for testing of faecal, urine, blood etc. of animals.
  • TVCC organizes clinical camps, conferences & trainings for field veterinarians.
  • The skin diseases scheme contributed significantly in the epidemiology as well as undertaking drug trials against skin problems in various species of animals.
  • The scheme is also providing services to university animal farms, Gaushalas and Govt. Livestock Farms of centre and state.
  • Cheyletiella yasguri, a mite was reported for the first time from mange in dogs in India.
  • Ornithonyssus bacoti, a rat’s mite, was identified from skin scrapings of human beings for the first time in this part of the country.
  • Demodectic mange in cattle was recorded for the first time in this area.
  • In camel, orchitis due to Sarcoptes scabiei was recorded for the first time in the country.
  • Mange in camel due to Sarcoptes scabiei was shown to have zoonotic importance.
  • Formalin, when used orally brought about an effective cure of follicular (demodectic) mange in cattle.
  • Generalized psoroptic mange was diagnosed in a buffalo for the first time from this area.
  • Demodicosis in dogs was found to cause immunosuppression, which lead to pyoderma due to Staphylococcus spp. infection.
  • VVIPs holding high positions in National and International Academic, Social and Political arena have been visiting Veterinary Clinics and have been highly appreciative of the functioning of TVCC.

Research Projects

Ongoing projects
  • “Studies on incidence, etiology, diagnosis and treatment of skin diseases in animals;”sponsored by Government of Haryana.
  • “Diagnosis of infertility owing to hormonal imbalance and optimizing fertility through hormonal approaches in dairy animals” Funded by RKVY (Rs. 52.5/- Lakh) PI: Dr. Anand Kumar Pandey
  • “Characterization of the Murrah buffaloes based on melatonin receptor (MTNR1A) gene polymorphism and its association with reproductive seasonality” Funded by HSCST (Rs. 9.89/- Lakh) PI: Dr. Anand Kumar Pandey
  • Establishment of Mobile Veterinary Clinic equipped with most Advanced Diagnostic and Therapeutic facilities".PI: Dr. Tarun Kumar, Co-PI: Dr. Neelesh Sindhu, Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Dr. Rajesh Khurana, Dr. Sandeep, Dr. Sandeep Kumar and Dr. Vikas Nehra.