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Last Updated: August 01, 2015

Media Cell 

No. QSD/MC/33  Dated 1 August ,2015

Press Release


CSKHPAU Veterinary scientists organize clinical camps in remote areas of the State


Palampur 1 August. A team of veterinary scientists from CSK Himachal Pradesh Agriculture University organized six clinical camps at Datt Nagar, Kareri, Kalai, Dofda, Syarla and Kamsu  villages of Rampur sub-division of Shimla district.  The camps were organized under Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna (RKVY) project to investigate various reasons of infertility in bovines of Himachal Pradesh and around 130 cows suffering from infertility problems were examined and treated. 

Prof. Madhumeet Singh, team leader, told that the scientists collected blood samples and uterine discharge samples from infertile cows for detailed diagnosis of the diseases and free medicines were distributed to the farmers.

In the last two years, around 120 such infertility camps have been organized by the scientists of veterinary gynecology department under this project in various locations of Himachal Pradesh, including some remotest tribal villages of Pangi, Lahaul & Spiti, Kinnaur, Bharmour, trans-Giri areas of Sirmour and also Dodra-Kwar of district Shimla and more than 4000 animals have been examined and treated in these camps. The team members included Prof. Madhumeet Singh and   Dr. Pravesh Kumar from the Department of Veterinary Gynecology and obstetrics, Dr. G. C. Negi College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences. Manoj Negi and Vijay Rana were other members of the team. Dr.K.K.Katoch, Vice-Chancellor, has appreciated the efforts of veterinary scientists and asked them to organize more such camps in remote areas of the State for the benefit of livestock keepers.



Dr. Hirday Paul Singh
Jt. Director (Info & PR)
CSK H.P. Agri. University
Palampur 176062