Indian Veterinary Research Institute Kolkata was established as a joint venture between IVRI (ICAR) and All India Institute of Hygiene & Public Health with WHO collaboration, to train specialists in veterinary public health, leading to the degree of MVPH of Kolkata University. The Regional Station conducts research activities related to important problems of veterinary public health and diseases of regional importance. The Station undertakes systematic epidemiological survey and research on zoonotic and other animal diseases of importance in the region. Institute aim is to undertake systematic epidemiological survey of animal diseases and providing referral diagnostic facilities for animal diseases in the region and maintenance of repository animal pathogens of regional problems.
The institute is well equipped with all modern facilities.
The Institute is annually producing, on an average, more than 100 well-trained competitive professionals with attractive employment opportunities in various sectors such as State and Central Govt., NGOS, Armed Services, Agricultural/Veterinary Universities, R&D jobs in Industry and Central Institutes, including Business and Media Management. The Placement Cell encourage linkages between leading organizations of livestock sector, other prospective employers and out going post-graduate students to provide assistance in placement of this highly trained human resource.View Top Recruiters and Placement structure
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