Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University

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Maharashtra Animal and Fishery Sciences University
Nagpur
Type Education and Research Institution
Established 2000
Vice-Chancellor Dr. Aditya Kumar Mishra
Location Seminary HIlls, Nagpur, Maharashtra,  India
Website http://www.mafsu.in/

MAFSU formally notified on 17 November 2000 was established under the State Act No. 1998 (Mah XVII of 1998) on 3 December 2000. This university is one of the pioneer institutes related to Veterinary Research and Extension in Central India. It is envisioned that by 2025, the MAFSU will be a globally recognized University of Excellence, specializing in animal, veterinary, dairy and fishery sciences and technologies.

Campuses/Colleges[edit]

The university was carved out of the four Agricultural Universities in the State by transferring five Veterinary colleges, one postgraduate Institute and one dairy technology college, a dairy technology institute and a diploma institute.

Among these veterinary facilities are:

  1. Nagpur Veterinary College, Nagpur ([1])
  2. Bombay Veterinary College, Mumbai ([2])
  3. College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Parbhani ([3])
  4. College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Udgir ([4])
  5. Krantisinh Nana Patil College of Veterinary Science, Shirwal ([5])
  6. Post graduate Institute, Akola ([6])

Dairy facility:

  1. College of Dairy Technology, Warud ([7])
  2. College of Dairy Technology, Udgir, latur

Fishery facility:

  1. College of Fishery Sciences, Nagpur
  2. College of Fishery Sciences, Udgir, latur