The Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics started functioning as an independent department in 1972. The department is actively involved in teaching, research and different types of extension activities. The department has the mandate for teaching and research in various disciplines of the subject viz Gynaecology, Obstetrics and Andrology, apart from providing clinical service to the livestock owners in the teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex of the College. The teaching programme of the department has been planned to impart effective practical training to the undergraduate and postgraduate students

The faculty members of the department actively participate in the clinical and infertility camps being organized in rural areas of the Haryana state for the benefit of livestock owners. These camps also help in providing practical training to students and interns. Trainings are also organized on different aspects of animal reproduction for the field veterinarians of Haryana State and other states as and when required.

Radio and TV talks on the common reproductive problems and their managements are delivered by the faculty members from time to time for the benefit of farmers. Popular articles in hindi are also published for creating awareness amongst livestock owner.

The department has a well established ultrasonography unit for providing diagnostic services for small and large animals. This facility is routinely used by the postgraduate students of the department as well as other departments for the research work. Trainings are being organized on "Ultrasonographic imaging" for the field Veterinarians and faculty members of State Agricultural Universities from time to time.

The main mission of the department is to provide expert hand, latest diagnostic technologies related to theriogenology and dissemination of scientific knowledge to the stakeholders.


  1. Teaching: Undergraduate and post graduate teaching.
  2. Research: Research in Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology, Obstetrics, Semen biology and assisted reproductive technologies.
  3. Extension: Transfer of scientific knowledge through trainings and infertility camps to farmers.
  4. Clinical Services: Diagnostic and reproductive health management services to the animals in the university clinics and other farms of the state.

Thrust area

  1. To improve diagnostics for reproductive ailments in animals.
  2. To commission the services of experts in diagnosis and treatment of reproductive disorders in livestock species.
  3. Need based training programmes for field veterinarians, livestock farmers and interns.
  4. To propagate the elite germplasm through assisted reproductive technologies in indigenous breeds of cattle and Murrah buffalo.