Veterinarians are physicians who diagnose and treat animals. Veterinarians are responsible for working to improve the health of animals as well as public health. They are responsible for the diagnosis, treatment and study of medical disorders and diseases of pets, cattle and other animals.
The goal of veterinary education is to equip veterinarians with the knowledge and skills necessary to strengthen the bonds between humans and animals by relieving them of pain and illness. The work of a veterinarian is extremely difficult, especially because animals are unable to communicate their pain. She cares for pets such as dogs, cats and birds. He ensures healthy and safe production of milk, meat, eggs and other animal products. As a result, veterinary science is a vast and interesting field.
The role of veterinarians in human safety
- Veterinarians have an important role to play in diagnosing and treating various zoonotic diseases such as bird flu, swine flu, anthrax, tuberculosis, cow / buffalo brucellosis and rabies in dogs.
- Veterinarians detect the infection through meat, milk and eggs.
- A veterinarian can detect synthetic or contaminated milk by testing it in a lab.
- Veterinarians contribute to environmental hygiene by reducing methane emissions from animals through high-quality rugs and a balanced diet.
Candidates must have Physics, Chemistry and Biology (PCB) in their 10 + 2 and complete BVSc and AH (Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry) programs. Grade and age requirements vary by state and university. Candidates are selected for this five and a half year term BV Sc. And AH courses through an entrance examination conducted by VCI (Veterinary Council of India) at the national level and State Veterinary University at the state level.
Veterinary Science: Opportunities and career opportunities
Veterinarians have the opportunity to work in various fields such as Dairy Cattle Feed Nutrition Specialist, Assistant Professor in various Universities, Extension Field Officer in Nationalized Bank, Remote Veterinary Corps (RVC) Captain in the Army, BSF Assistant Commandant.
There are also opportunities for veterinarians in industries such as feed production, pharmaceuticals, vaccine manufacturing industries, veterinary technicians and dairy consultants.