Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University

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Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University
Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Science University logo.png
TypePublic
Established10 February 2004; 16 years ago (10 February 2004)
ChancellorVajubhai Vala
(Governor of Karnataka)
Vice-ChancellorH. D. Narayanaswamy
Location, ,
17°52′8.75″N 77°28′43.85″E / 17.8690972°N 77.4788472°E / 17.8690972; 77.4788472Coordinates: 17°52′8.75″N 77°28′43.85″E / 17.8690972°N 77.4788472°E / 17.8690972; 77.4788472
Websitekvafsu.edu.in

Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University and abbreviated as KVAFSU is a public university, in Bidar, Karnataka. It was established by an Act of Karnataka Legislative Assembly which was passed on 10 February 2004. This university has its headquarters in the Bidar district of Karnataka state of India.

As the name says this university was created for the education and control of veterinary, animal and fisheries science education in the state of Karnataka.

As many as 21 allied institutions including colleges, research institutions, veterinary hospitals among others and the employees are transferred to the new university. These include Veterinary College, Bangalore; College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (Shimoga and Hassan) and Veterinary College, Bidar; Veterinary College Hospital, Hebbal; Dairy Science College, Bangalore; Rural Veterinary Hospital at Yelahanka; District Veterinary Hospital, Bidar of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services Department.

Institutions relating to fisheries which are transferred under the new university include College of Fisheries at Mangalore; Fisheries Research Station, Hesaraghatta; Fisheries Research Station, Ankola; Fish Seed Production farms at Munirabad and Shivapura, in Koppal district.

Other institutions under the university are the Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary Biologicals, Bangalore; livestock farm at Hesaraghatta; Livestock Breeding and Training Centre, Kurikuppe, Bellary; Devani Cattle Breeding Station, Hallikhed, Bidar; Killar Breeding Station, Arabhavi; Sheep Breeding, Bandoor, Malavalli; Main Research Station, Hebbal; Agriculture Research Station (ARS) at Mangalore and Nagamangala and Zonal ARS at Konnehally, Tiptur.

Undergraduate degree programmes[edit]

The university offers the following undergraduate degree programmes under a semester system in its seven constituent colleges on six campuses.

  • Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc.&A.H)
  • Bachelor of Technology (Dairy Technology) (B.Tech (D.Tech))
  • Bachelor of Fisheries Science
  • Diploma in Animal Science

Constituent colleges[edit]

  • College of Fisheries, Mangaluru
  • Bengaluru Veterinary college, Hebbal, Bengaluru
  • Bidar Veterinary College, Bidar
  • Institute for Animal Health & Veterinary Biological, Bangalore
  • Livestock Research and Information Centre (Deoni), Bidar
  • Hassan Veterinary College, Hassan
  • Shivamogga Veterinary College, Shivamogga
  • Marine Fisheries Research And Information Centre (MFRIC), Ankola, Uttar Kannada
  • Fisheries Research and Information Center (Inland) Hebbal, Bangalore
  • Fisheries Research and Information Centre (Inland), Hesaraghatta, Bangalore
  • Livestock Research and Information Centre, Nagamangala
  • Livestock Research and Information Centre, Amrut Mahal

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