Epidemiological studies on Emerging Infectious diseases of elephants (Elephus maximus) with special reference to Tuberculosis (TB) and Elephant Endotheliotropic Herpesvirus (EEHV)
Dr. G. Mahato
Since establishment (Nov., 2005), the Department is imparting both U.G. and P.G. teaching and research.
At present, 1 (one) M.V.Sc. and 6 (Six) Ph.D. Scholars are working with different research projects assigned to them.
Besides, teaching, the faculty members also render their service in various extension activities by conducting treatment and vaccination camps, expert service to the State Departments (Vety. & A.H., Wildlife & Forest in disease investigation) and natural calamities etc.
The faculty members of this department published 48 (forty eight) research papers in different national journals.
Recently constituted IPR cell under the administrative control of Dean, FVSc, Khanapara is functioning from this department.
Dr. G. Mahato, an Associate Professor of this department is associated as a Co-PI with the NAIP project on ?Development of Novelty Pork Products and Value Chain Concept under Organized Pig Farming System? funded by ICAR.
No. of students awarded Ph.D. degree = 6
No. of students awarded M.V.Sc. degree = 15
Faculty members participated in different workshop/training in India: 20
Begged best oral presentation award in ISPAM, held at CVSc, AAU in 2010
2nd Best paper presentation in ISVM held at CVSc, Mizoram, CAU in 2012
Best oral presentation award in National Seminar organized by Indian Association of Hill Farming and ICAR Research complex for NEH region, Umiam, Meghalaya in 2015.
ISVM PhD MERIT AWARD 2018-19: 1
Imparting trainings to field Veterinarians/farmers