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Clinical training course at GADVASU, attracts veterinarians from abroad

September 08, 2017 11:11 PM

Punjab News Express
LUDHIANA: After giving an overwhelming push to Vet. Tourism Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana imparts expert knowledge to NRI's. College of Veterinary Science has started a new course of one month duration on “Important Veterinary Clinical Procedures”.

In first course, total nine veterinarians participated including two from Canada and one from Gujarat. During the training course participants were trained practically on advances in general anesthesia, surgery, radiology, necropsy, large & small animal medicine etc. The training consisted of different clinical skill procedures complying ethical approach on the pattern undertaken in foreign developed countries. All the participants expressed their gratification over conduct and curriculum of the course. Dr Ran Dev Singh, a veterinarian from Gujarat told that he has practiced many procedures for the first time and training will help in improving his diagnostic and treatment skills. Dr Aman Brar and Dr Kunal who flew from Canada to join this course told that every penny spent by them to join this course was worth and it will help them to clear veterinary licensing examinations of North America.

Dr Arun Anand training coordinator said that this training course will prepare our graduates to possess well-founded knowledge of clinical procedures so that they can demonstrate expertise while dealing with small & large animal clinical cases.

Dr Parkash Singh Brar, Dean College of Veterinary Science informed that such training course will help to our graduates to accept diverse kind of challenges of the clinical veterinary practice at various places in the world. It will also help our graduates to clear practical clinical examinations required by an entry level veterinarian to practice in countries like USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand etc. He informed that a number of candidates from India & abroad want to undertake this training course in future and have started submitting their applications.

Dr A S Nanda, Vice Chancellor informed that looking at the demand of this course, its frequency and number of seats will be increased from next year. He also apprised the participants regarding the employment avenues of Veterinarians in India and developed countries.

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