Livestock management section trains the undergraduate

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Livestock Management Section trains the undergraduate students for efficient management of livestock farms including dairy, fattening, sheep , goat and stud farms. The department is maintaining several experimental livestock and poultry farms for the purpose. Animal Nutrition section accomplishes the training of undergraduate students in formulating feeds for various livestock species, feed analysis and improved feeding regimes. Poultry Production section not only provides practical training to undergraduate students but also supplies organic poultry meat to the community. Wildlife and Fisheries section provided up- to-date knowledge to the undergraduate students about fish farming. Department Mission To impart up-to-date knowledge on various aspects of livestock& poultry production, wildlife and fisheries. Research Activities Development of alternative methods for estimating live weight in small animals. Ecological importance of wildlife diversity in selected protected areas of Southern Punjab. Effect of fibrolytic enzyme mixed in urea treated wheat straw on nutrient intake, digestion, growth & production performance in cattle. Faculty Assistant Professor Dr. Abdul Waheed Dr. Fehmeeda Bibi Mr. Abu Bakar Sufyan Mr. Muhammad Jamshed Khan Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Ishaq Lecturers Mr. Abdur Rauf Khalid M. Phil Program in Pathobiology Department of Pathobiology offers M. Phil Program in the discipline of Pathobiology with specialization in Parasitology, Microbiology, Pathology and Immunology. The detailed rules for the programs are available with the University and the Department as well. Eligibility An applicant seeking admission to M. Phil in the discipline of Pathobiology must fulfill the following eligibility requirements: a) He/she should have passed DVM/MBBS/ BDS or equivalent degree with minimum CGPA of 2.50/4.00 or 45% marks in annual system from a recognized university/ institution b) He/she should have to appear and qualify the test arranged by the concerned department or any other test adopted / conducted by the University. Determination of Merit The merit will be determined according to the criteria laid down by the university. —————————————————— Scheme of Studies is Available with the Department —————————————————— PhD Program in Pathobiology The Department of Pathobiology also offers PhD programin the discipline of Pathobiology with specialization in Parasitology, Microbiology, Pathology and Immunology. For admission in PhD program applicant must have passed M. Phil or equivalent examination in the relevant discipline with at least CGPA 3.00/4.00. or 1st class degree of annual system in relevent field. Eligibility As per HEC/ University Policy Determination of Merit The merit will be determined according to the criteria laid down by the university.
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