Opposite To CBI Office, Hebbal, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560024
Veterinary Council of India (VCI)
Established in 1958, the Veterinary College of Bangalore changed a lot over the period of time. It was started at a temporary shed located in Mysore Serum Institute which is now known as the Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary Biologicals, Hebbal. It is also a part of the Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University, Bidar.
The college is located 7 km away from Vidhana Soudha on Bangalore to Hyderabad highway. It offers courses in B.V.Sc. & A.H. (Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal husbandry), M.V.Sc. (Master of Veterinary Science) and PhD (Doctor of Philosophy) in a structure laid down by the Veterinary Council of India.
The college is affiliated to Karnataka Veterinary Animal and Fisheries Sciences University and recognised by VCI. The college aims at providing quality higher education in various branches of Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences.
*Scholarships subject to central/state government and college rules.
Why choose Veterinary College, Bangalore?
Veterinary College of Bangalore has students from all over the world and provides quality education in veterinary science. The facilities provided by the college are as follows:
Facility: As the college has its own piggery, sheep and dairy units, the students can use it as an experimental unit. The Institute also has its own instructional farm.
Training: The college's main focus is to provide quality education in various animal sciences so that the students can help the rural farmers by educating them about the changing technology and better production.
Faculty: The teaching staff of the college is dedicated and supportive. They are striving hard to fabricate skilful and professional manpower from their students.
Hostel: The college provides separate hostel accommodation for boys and girls. The hostel has all the basic facilities for the students.
A veterinary examine animals to diagnose their health problems.
They treat and dress wounds
Test and vaccinate animals
Operate medical equipment used on animals
Prescribe medicines, medical condition, and treatments
Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc. & A.H.) and Animal Husbandry
Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Food Business Management
Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) Veterinary and Animal Science
People have pets and people have cattle and unlike humans who can go to or summon a doctor when illnesses strike, animals can’t do that, and that’s why we have veterinarians.
It’s a high paying job both at the government and private level. As a private veterinarian, you can earn lakhs tending to people’s pets and as a government veterinarian, you will be dealing with pets and cattle day in and day out. You can also move abroad to practice.
There are too few veterinarians looking after too many animals in rural and urban India. The job market is always ripe for veterinarians across the board.
Most courses are in English. They also have some courses in Kannada.
Yes. It’s the only college that offers a course in veterinary science.
It’s affordable and because it’s being offered in a government facility, you can expect some really good infrastructure and faculty.