Master of Veterinary Science

Master of Veterinary Science

The Master of Veterinary Science (MVSC or MVSc) is a master's degree awarded for studies in the field of veterinary science. It can be awarded for research, or it can be a taught degree, or both. Masters degree defines eligibility for research as senior research fellows and lectureship as well. time duration of this course is generally 2 years comprising speacialisation in different areas of animal sciences including anatomy , physiology , biochemistry , animal nutrition , livestock production and management as well as livestock products technology ,microbiology , virology , and animal breeding and genetics. Masters programmes in the field of pathology and parasitology are also being offered by some colleges and universities. Master courses are in great demand because due to rapid globalisation demand for animal experts has increased to ensure economic demands and to tackle zoonoses. Thus graduates of this stream can have very bright future.

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