Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics

Passed : 61 MVSc 04 PhD Pursuing: M.V.Sc. – 7; PhD – 1

Students Status

Faculty: 35 Students: 27

Awards & Fellowships Conferred by our Faculty & Students


Research Projects

 Young Scientist Award (ISSAR) :   05

 Oral Presentation Award     :        05

Poster Presentation Award (ISSAR):09

UGC-NET :                                 01

ICAR-NET  :                               07

Student’s Achievements

Who Are we

After establishment of college in year 1986, the Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics till 1991 was clubbed with another clinical department. In July 1991, the department was declared as an independent department.

Our Strengths


  • Undergraduate and post-graduate teaching in the department (as per VCI and ICAR curriculum) is mainly focused on different diagnostic and therapeutic interventions useful for managing the reproductive ailments of various domesticated animals.


  • Research projects funded by different national agencies i.e. Department of Science and Technology, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, Rashtriya Krishi Vikas Yojna, Ministry of Agriculture, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, National Innovation Foundation and Himachal Council of Science, Technology and Environment, have been carried out.
  • Research is focused on different aspects of infertility management in cattle and buffaloes with modern diagnostic techniques.
  • Semen cryopreservation and its propagation through artificial insemination in migratory flocks, thus, helping inconservation of the Gaddi and Chegu goat germplasm.

Public Outreach

  • Organizing infertility treatment camps throughout the State.
  • Organizing trainings and workshops for Veterinary Officers on improvement in diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.
  • Imparting technical knowledge to Veterinary Pharmacists through training on artificial insemination for achieving optimum conception in field conditions.
  • Organizing trainings for farmers on aspects leading to better production and reproduction status of the livestock reared by them.
  • Infertility camps (Last 10 years; Camps = 432; Animals treated = 9964)
  • Ambulatory camps (Every week in collaboration with Veterinary Clinical Complex)

Teaching Facilities

  • Phantom Hall (Obstetrical Demonstration- UG and PG)
  • Seminar Hall (UG and PG)
  • Trans-rectal examination (In collaboration with Dairy Farm and Goshalas- UG and PG)
  • Computer room


  • Undergraduate lab
  • Caprine Semen Cryopreservation
  • Reproductive Endocrinology

Research Equipment

  • Color Doppler Ultrasound
  • Laparoscope
  • Auto-haemanalyzer
  • Chemiluminescence Analyzer
  • ELISA Reader
  • Millipore Assembly for Ultrapure Water
  • Phase Contrast Microscope (Semen evaluation)
  • Caprine Photometer (Semen cryopreservation)
  • Laminar flow

Clinical and Reproductive Surgery Units

  • Artificial Insemination Unit
  • Infertility Treatment Unit
    • Large Animal Operation Theatre
    • Small Animal Operation Theatre

Our Faculty

At Main Campus

Dr. Pankaj Sood

Professor and Head

Area of Expertise: Animal Reproduction & Gynaecology

Research Interests: Large animal infertility

Dr. Amit Kumar Sharma

Associate Professor

Area of Expertise: Animal Reproduction & Gynaecology

Research Interests: Small ruminant reproduction, Ultrasonography, Andrology

Dr. Pravesh Kumar

Assistant Professor

Area of Expertise: Animal Reproduction & Gynaecology

Research Interests: Large animal, canine reproduction, obstetrics and andrology

Dr. Akshay Sharma

Dr. Akshay Sharma

Assistant Professor

Area of Expertise: Animal Reproduction & Gynaecology

Research Interests: Management of transition phase associated reproductive complications in cattle

Technical & Office staff

Technical & office Staff

S. No.




Sh. Madan Singh

Senior assistant


Sh. Joginder Pal



Sh. Kamal Jeet


Courses and Training modules:




Public Outreach and Clinical Cases

Diagnostic Facilities

Laboratories and Operation Theatres

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