2nd International Seminar on (Mrugayurveda) 1st December 2016, Science City, Kolkata
Dear sir/Madam, We the team Transdisciplinary University along with Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University(TANUVAS) and West Bengal University of Animal and Fisheries Sciences organizing 2nd One day International Seminar on Veterinary Ayurveda at Sciences city Kolkata on 1st Dec 2016. Organizer – World Ayurveda Foundation along with Vignana Bharathi. Theme – To mainstream Veterinary Ayurveda in Veterinary curriculum. Kindly find the attachment for brochure. Kindly publish this in your next article Looking forward to hear from you.
Best Regards Dr. Kumar S. K. Assistant Professor Transdisciplinary University (TDU) FRLHT, 74/2, JarakaBande Kaval, Via Yelanka, PO Attur, Bangalore – 560 064. India. Phone +91 9845103838; +91 80 2856 8972 firstname.lastname@example.org www.ihstuniversity.org Revitalize Indian Medical Heritage
Veterinary services have a crucial role in controlling highly contagious diseases and zoonotic infections…
Current source of veterinary resource in India Indian livestock sector today have 185 million catt le, 98 million buff aloes, 124.5 million goats, 6 million sheep, 343 million poultry, 13.5 million pigs, 1.6 million equines, 6.3 million camel and have the world share of 16% catt le and 57% buff aloes (rank-I), 18% goat (rank- II), 6% sheep (rank-III).
The livestock sub-sector has a signifi cant role in rural economy. Dairying especially is of vital importance to the livelihood security of rural poor. Around 80% of the bovine owners in India belong to the Below Poverty Level (BPL) populati on. They consist of landless, marginal and small farmers. For the dairy farmer, catt le feed accounts for more than 70 per cent of the total cost of milk producti on. Animal disease conti nues to be a major drain on farmer’s income. Modern veterinary care reaches to only 20% of livestock owners.
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