Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University News

News »

{tab=Diploma Programs}

KVASU Diploma Programmes 2013

The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University offers career – oriented diploma programmes for those who have passed Plus Two and VHSE examinations. Applications have been invited for admission to diploma courses in Poultry Production, Laboratory Techniques and an advanced diploma course in Dairy Science and Technology.

Online application form and prospectus for admission are available in KVASU’s website www.kvasu.ac.in

Candidates may remit the application fee of ₹ 500 ( general category ) or ₹ 250 ( SC / ST candidates ) at the nearest branch of the Federal Bank. Candidates from locations where the Federal Bank does not have branches may send a demand draft in favour of the Finance Officer, KVASU, payable at State Bank of Travancore, Kalpetta. Printed online application should be submitted along with attested copies of certificates to Director, Academics and Research, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Lakkidi P. O., Wayanad, Kerala – 673576 before 18th June, 2013.

{tab=KVASU New Courses}

KVASU 10 New Courses for Veterinary University

The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University ( KVASU ) plans to start 10 new courses in 2013 – 14.

Six of them will be started in its Mannuthy campus and the rest in the Pookkode campus.

Academic initiatives

The 2013 – 14 budget of the university, presented by KVASU Vice – Chancellor B. Ashok in Thiruvananthapuram on 26th March, 2013, highlighted academic initiatives.

The courses to be started in the Mannuthy campus are Master of Veterinary Science in Animal Biotechnology ( 10 seats ); Master of Science in Animal Biotechnology ( 10 seats ); Master of Science in Animal Science ( 10 seats ); PG Diploma in Livestock Agriculture Entrepreneurship and Food Security Management ( online course : 200 seats ); PG Certificate Course in Farm Journalism ( online : 100 seats ); and Certificate Course in Animal handling ( 32 seats ).

The courses to be started in the Pookkode campus are Postgraduate Diploma in Office Management ( 30 seats ); Diploma in Poultry Production ( 30 seats ); and Diploma in Dairy Science ( 30 seats ). A postgraduate course in Conservation Medicine is also expected to be launched in the Pookode campus in 2013 – 14.

A postgraduate Certificate Programme in Laboratory Animal Medicine will be started in 2013 – 14 in collaboration with the University of Guelph, Canada. A master’s course in Conservation Medicine is being developed in association with the University of Edinburgh. A postgraduate programme in Ethno Pharmacology, with focus on ayurvedic medicine, is being formulated in collaboration with the Kottakkal Arya Vaidyasala. The university plans to open regional centres in Kannur, Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram for the benefit of farmers.

Dr. Ashok said the number of students attending various programmes in the university had grown by 65 per cent over three years ( from 687 in 2009 – 10 to 1,053 in 2012 – 13 ).

He stated that the university’s plan allocation to boost education, research and extension activities had grown from ₹ 15 crore in 2011 – 12 to ₹ 20 crore in 2012 – 13 and to ₹ 26 crore in 2013 – 14.

He said efforts were on to meaningfully utilise an assistance of ₹ 144.48 crore from the Union government and NABARD. The KVASU has paid its employees their dues with the support of the State government, he said. There has been a growth in raising internal resources – from ₹ 5.96 crore in 2011 – 12 to ₹ 9 crore in 2012 – 13.

He said the KVASU was chalking out plans for the overall development of Wayanad District under the Wayanad 2030 project. A draft of the report is ready for release.

{tab=MS Programmes in KVASU}

Applications Invited for MS Programmes

The Kerala Veterinary and Animal Science University, Pookode, Wayanad, has invited applications for admission to MS programmes in the following disciplines.

Wildlife Studies :

Graduates in Botany, Zoology, Veterinary Science, Forestry and so on may apply.

Quality Systems in Dairy Processing :

Graduates in Dairy and Food Technology, Microbiology, Food Science, Biology and Chemistry may apply.

Applied Microbiology :

Graduates in Microbiology, Zoology, Botany, Biotechnology, chemistry, Veterinary Science and Agriculture may apply.

Applied Biochemistry :

Graduates in Biochemistry, Biology, Chemistry, Zoology, Botany, Biotechnology, Life Science and Dairy Science may apply.

Biostatistics :

Graduates in Statistics, Mathematics, Engineering, Technology and so on may apply.

Details at www.kvasu.ac.in

The application fee is ₹ 1,000 ( ₹ 500 for those belonging to the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes ). Download application form and details from the website.

The filled applications, along with documents, should be sent to the Registrar, Kerala Veterinary and Animals Science University, Pookode, Lakkidi ( PO ), Wayanad – 673 576 so as to reach there on or before 15th October, 2012.

{tab=KVASU Poultry Scheme}

Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Launch Poultry Scheme

The newly – formed Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University ( KVASU ) will launch some of its new and key concepts at the Haritosavam, which will get going at Maradu on September 3, 2011 .

Addressing the media here, S. Ramkumar, Director of Entrepreneurship, KVASU, said that Union Minister of State for Food and Civil Supplies K.V. Thomas will inaugurate the Akshaya poultry scheme at Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.

The scheme includes distribution of highly productive strain of ‘Athulya hen’ along with a specially designed coop and feed. The coop has been so designed so that families in urban areas can keep up to five chickens at a time and it is expected that 1,500 eggs would be produced in a year from one such single unit, Dr. Ramkumar said.

This scheme was developed in response to the food security drive and as part of attempts to ensure adequate egg and meat supply to the State. The coop developed at the university has provisions for collecting the droppings of the chicken and used as manure, making it ideal for closed living spaces as in apartments, he said.

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy will release the book “ Kozhivalarthal Muttathum Mattupavilum”, meant for those interested in poultry farming, at the venue on September 3, 2011 Saturday. Minister for Agriculture K.P. Mohanan will release the KVASU’s newletter ‘Windows’. Minister for Food and Civil Supplies T.M. Jacob will release booklet on top twenty courses by handing over the first copy to B. Asok, Vice Chancellor of KVASU. Details of the poultry scheme are available on the

Web site : www.kvasu.ac.in.

{/tabs}

JEE Main

Application Form Submission 16 Dec 2020 to 16 Jan 2021.