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College Of Veterinary And Animal Sciences ||


Besides curing animal illnesses, a veterinarian also handles the breeding and scientific handling of livestock. The demand for Veterinary doctors has increased tremendously, as more and more people are keeping animals - for protection, companionship and work. Besides domestic pets, they handle farm animals like cows, horses. Most of them develop a specialized area of expertise.

Vet surgeons attached to government hospitals mainly deals with pet animals. They are also posted in rural areas where responsibility extends to cattle, goats, horses, sheep, etc. Veterinary doctors working as extensive officers at block levels are a farmer's friend, giving advice on animal farm management and animal health problems. At least one extensive officer is required at the block level to manage diseases, and the various animals schemes and animal husbandry programes

With more and more species of animals being threatened, captive breeding is one area which is becoming important. Vets play an important role here. Wildlife and zoo vets promotes natural ecology and cater to health problems of wildlives in zoos, wildlife sanctuaries and national parks

Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) is an independent, public interest organisation which aims to increase public awareness on science, technology, environment and development. The Centre was started in 1980.

For more than two decades, CSE has been creating awareness about the environmental challenges facing our nation. Searching for solutions that people and communities can implement themselves. Challenging India to confront its problems. Inspiring it to take action. Pushing the government to create frameworks for people and communities to act on their own.

Today, Centre for Science and Environment is considered one of India’s leading environmental NGOs specialising in sustainable natural resource management. Its strategy of knowledge-based activism has won it wide respect and admiration for its quality of campaigns, research and publications. CSE promotes solutions for India’s numerous environmental threats – of ‘ecological poverty’ and extensive land degradation on one hand, and rapidly growing toxic degradation of uncontrolled industrialisation and economic growth on the other.

CSE’s core values are

  respect for science;
  equity for all;
  respect for nature’s diversity;
  respect for traditional knowledge;
  public participation; and
  environmental sustainability,
  have inspired citizens and communities to take action and find sustainable solutions.

  CSE’s role is to help India create a sustainable society even in the worst of circumstances, marked by poverty, illiteracy,       inequality, and population growth.

CSE’s organisational culture is built around an information-knowledge-wisdom chain that helps make people aware of the emerging problems and helps in building constituencies. CSE identifies solutions (intellectual leadership) and then pushes for change through lobbying with politicians and bureaucrats. CSE’s educational and training programmes are knowledge investments that seek to build capacities of managers and future leaders.

The Centre’s efforts are built around five broad activities:

 Communication for Awareness

 Research and Advocacy

 Education and Training

 Documentation

 Pollution Monitoring
 


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