Under Graduation

The department offers Veterinary Physiology and Veterinary Biochemistry course comprising of Unit I, Unit II, Unit III and Unit IV to 1 st year B.V.Sc. & A.H. students as per MSVE 2016 guidelines. The UG course of Veterinary Physiology is of 4+1 credit hours and currently 100 students of First year B.V.Sc. & A.H. are enrolled in this course. Whereas, UG course of Veterinary Biochemistry is of 2+1 credit hours
and currently 75 students of Second year B.V.Sc. & A.H. are enrolled in this course.


Post Graduate Degree Courses

The department is offering Master of Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Veterinary Physiology and Veterinary Biochemistry. The postgraduate programmes in Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry focuses on metabolic and endocrine studies in ruminants to augment production efficiency. Also, enhancement of reproductive efficiency in farm animals through physiological
interventions. Establishment of biochemical profile of livestock in health and disease.

Exploration of biomarkers for development of affordable diagnostics and therapeutics application are other major thrust area of work. The department had facilities and is actively providing the know how to student in various classical techniques of physiology and biochemistry. Furthermore students and their guides are also using techniques of OMICS based on LCMS and NMR platform, nanotechnology
based interventions, gene expression analysis etc in their different research programme.

Currently nine students are pursuing M.V.Sc. and two students are enrolled in Ph.D. programme of department.


DVLT Diploma

  • The department offers two courses i.e Techniques in Biochemistry and Biotechnology (0+2) and Techniques in veterinary physiology (0+2) to the first year students of two year Diploma in Veterinary Laboratory Technology (DVLT) course.
  • The course is aimed to acquainting the aspirant from various physiological and biochemical test required in day to day in field condition to accessing production and reproductive performance of the animal. The program is designed to well equip the human resources to perform such tests in field condition.