Academic programs: D.V.M (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine); 5-year composite degree program accredited by Pakistan Veterinary Medical Council (PVMC) Govt. of Pakistan.
Curricula: Approved by PVMCand HEC
Enrolment/ Seats: Chart at the end
Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan-Pakistan was established in 2006. It is the first accredited Veterinary Faculty in Southern Punjab,a highly populated emerging hub of livestock and poultry sector. Faculty comprises of four departments:
Department of Pathobiology
Department of Biosciences
Department of Clinical Sciences
Department of Livestock & Poultry Production
The faculty contributes in animal health and production. All the departments have adequate infrastructure and equipped laboratories for DVM degree program.Afully functional University Veterinary Clinic/Satellite Clinicis working to cater the need of large and small animal health care. In addition, the Faculty has also experimental livestock and poultryfarms, a University diagnostic Lab equipped with technically advance equipments for hands on training for the students and to facilitate the farmers.
The DVM degree program is designed to produce skilled Veterinary graduates. Students undergo a compulsory internship programin finalsemester envisaging on the job training in public/private sectors.Departments of the Faculty are being aided by University Veterinary Clinicto ensure relevance in basic and applied biological sciences through clinical practices.
Faculty has highly competent and experienced teachers who are actively involved in the capacity building of the students. Passed out Graduates from this faculty have shown considerable contribution in their professional life.
Para Veterinary School
Para Veterinary School established in 2016 which offers Livestock Assistant Diploma of two years.
To produce highly skilled Veterinary graduates to meet the emerging demands of veterinary profession.
To prod uce professionally skilled man power for sorting and solving husbandry & health problems of livestock and poultry industry to coop up national and international needs.
To improve the status in multidisciplinary fields of animal sciences and to set innovative trends in veterinary profession.
To strengthen the linkages between the professionals and stake holders by effective technology transfer.