About Organization

The birth of the Arawali Veterinary College, Sikar in  2009 has opened a new chapter in the history of privatization of Veterinary education in the Country.

More than any thing else, the gigantic task before this group was to change the mind set of people associated with the public controlled system in this sector and also simultaneously infuse confidence in the society. Thus, Rajasthan became fore-runner in the country to strengthen animal husbandry sector by taking policy decision to permit private partners to open Veterinary Colleges. The guiding principle for the AVC was to adhere to the Standards laid down by the Veterinary Council of India as well as State Govt’s. Policies and programmes in this direction.

In the last 9 years since its establishment in 2009, the Arawali Veterinary College has undergone steady growth, evolving from 40 students, a small group of faculty and few teaching departments to over 300 students, around 85 faculty, 18 departments and a sprawling campus of its own.

Infrastructural facilities available in the AVC are second to none. Our library have enviable collection of books and journals. State-of-the-art sophisticated instruments render the TVCC department competent to treat the animals in the highest order.

Our faculty is made up of talented, dedicated teachers drawn from across the country who have exposure in some of the well-known veterinary colleges in India.

It is not just enough for a college to produce the best graduates, exposed to the best facilities and infrastructure, the country is in dire need of upright men and women to provide the right leadership to take it forward in the decades ahead.

OBJECTIVES

  • To impart quality Veterinary education as per the standards of Veterinary Council of India (VCI), in the field of livestock health care and management, and animal production sciences and technologies.
  • To inculcate interest in livestock production as an industry in private sector and to develop entrepreneur skills for self employment.
  • To Facilitate preventive, curative and rehabilitative animal health care with optimum livestock productivity and ensuring safety in human health.
  • To built a strong biotechnological base for improved animal breeding practices, diagnostics, immunological and therapeutic control of diseases and to develop epidemiological based forecasting system for the benefit of livestock owners.

Facilities