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COVAS, Parbhani

College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Parbhani has come into existence on 18th may 1972 under Marathwada Agricultural University. At the very first year of its inception the college started to offer 4 year B.V.Sc. and A.H. degree program, later it was extended to 4.5 years. From 1976 the College has started to offer post-graduate education, which took a full-fledged shape in the year of 1979-80. With the formation of MAFSU, this college is now a constituent unit of MAFSU.

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Associate Dean

Dr. Satish U. Digraskar took over the charge of Associate Dean, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Parbhani on 6th February, 2017. He has completed his graduate and post graduate studies (ICAR fellow) from Marathwada Agriculture University, Parbhani. He was awarded gold medal for his Master’s in Veterinary Medicine in the year 1984.

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Hon'ble Vice Chancellor

Dr. A. M. Paturkar, born on 22nd June, 1962 in Maharashtra state, India. He Graduated in Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry and did M.V. Sc. and Ph.D. in Veterinary Public Health.

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MAFSU

The Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University (MAFSU) was formally notified on November 17th, 2000 and was established under the State Act No. 1998 (MAH.XVII of 1998) on December 03rd, 2000 with its headquarter at Nagpur.

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TVCC

The Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex was inaugurated by Hon’ble Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri. Vasantdada Patil on Friday 19th May 1978. The objectives of TVCC are I) Teaching and demonstrating clinical cases to the undergraduate students and post graduate students, II) Offering clinical services in the form of diagnosis & expert treatment to the ailing animals in clinics, III) Guiding and advising to the field veterinarians as referral center, IV) Participation in work campaigns and natural calamities.

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Instructional Livestock Farm Complex

August 1980, Red Kandhari Research Scheme was sanctioned by the state Government of Maharashtra for research and education, consequently 82 cows along with 2 breeding bulls were added for selective breeding in 1982.

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