Designed and Updated by:
Dr. Pardeep Sharma
(1) Teaching :
This department is providing on and off campus practical exposure to
undergraduate, postgraduate and internship students through diagnosis and
treatment of clinical cases, which serve as random study sample of the diseases
of livestock, pets and wild species prevalent in the state.
All support in the form of manpower, infrastructure, equipment, medicines,
reagents and chemicals to carry on this activity is provided by this department.
Computer facility with LAN has been installed for efficient teaching, maintaince
and review of clinical records.
c. Courses offered: Following courses (17 numbers) are being offered and taught
by clinical and paraclinical faculty of the college-
a. Veterinary Clinic Practice
b. Veterinary Clinic Practice
c. Veterinary Clinic Practice
d. Veterinary Clinic Biochemistry & Laboratory Diagnosis
e. Veterinary Clinic Biochemistry & Laboratory Diagnosis
f. Compulsory Internship Programme
a. Treatment of OPD Clinical cases: Routine and referred clinical cases
pertaining to surgery, medicine and gynecological are treated.
b. Organization of Clinical camps: The department is providing clinical services
at the door step of farmers by organizing clinical camps in every part of state
including far flung tribal areas.
c. Clinical Diagnostic facilities available: X-ray, ultrasonography, endoscopy,
laparoscopy, image intensifier, ECG, electocautery, inhalant anaesthetic
machine, multiple para monitor, blood gas analyser, blood biochemical analyser,
blood cell counter, haemodialyser etc.
d. Emergency Services: Emergent services are provided round the clock including
Sunday and holidays. Major emergencies like Colic, intestinal obstruction,
dystocia, uterine/vaginal prolapse, obstruction of oesophagus/ intestine, hernia
bloat/tympany,snake bite , and burns are attended by the concerned department.
e. Indoor facility: This department is also providing the indoor ward
facilities. The emergency cases are admitted and there is facility for the
farmers/ animal owners to stay.
f. Diseases Outbreaks: The faculty members are also attending the diseases
outbreaks (viz., haemorrhagic septicemia, PPR, sheep and goat pox) in the tribal
as well as different parts of the state with the help of para-clinical
g. Consultancy services: Consultancy services to the livestock owners are being
offered commonly by the faculty on personal visit or on telephone. This has
become very popular amongst farmers in the far flung areas and has helped them
in taking proper measures for health and production related problems of their
livestock and pets. Farmers of DRDA projects in Kangra, Solan, Hamirpur, Mandi
and other parts have been benefited a lot through telephonic consultancy. Radio
and TV Talks on current animal health and other related problems are delivered
by Dharamsala and Shimla stations.Telephonic and personal visit consultancy is
being offered directly or through Directorate Extension
Education or at Telephone No. 01894-230381.Lecture cum demonstrations are also
given to the field officers para veterinary staff and farmers of the state from
field point of view.
Blue Cross Society of (H.P.) recognized by Animal Welfare Board of India
is actively carrying out Community Welfare Services through this department in
which faculty and student volunteers are participating. The society is regularly
involved in animal birth control activities (ABC), deworming, vaccination etc.,
in every part of the state.
Wild Life Activity: The department is in liaison with Wild life wing of state
and regularly providing consultancy and emergency services to the wild animals
as and when required.
Mobile Diagnostic Laboratory cum Exhibition Van: Itís a source of providing
expert diagnostic services in the different parts of the state. It is well
equipped with the diagnostic laboratory. There is facility for blood, urine and
faecal examination. The van is also provided with the multiple para-monitor and
This unit is serving as potent source of applied research material from
clinic and field which is being submitted to concerned para clinical
department for further processing reporting and publishing. The routine clinical
samples viz., swabs, blood, milk, skin scrapings etc. are sent for further
investigations and they act as a source for the research to post graduate