Bombay Veterinary Science College (BVC), Mumbai was established in 1886 and inaugurated by Prof. J. H. Steel (father of modern Veterinary Journalism). The college is affiliated with Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University (MAFSU), Nagpur. It is accredited by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL). BVC is situated in compound of Bai Sakarbai Dinshaw Petit Hospital for Animals. Certain buildings belonging to the Hospital were handed over to the Government for the use of the college.
BVC offers UG & PG courses, check Bombay Veterinary College admission process and important dates for all programs
Type of college
Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR)
Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University [MAFSU], Nagpur
Parel Mumbai - 400012 Maharashtra, India
How to reach
15.1 Km from Mumbai Airport
3.9 Km from Parel
The college offers B.V.Sc (Bachelor of Veterinary Science) at undergraduate level, M.V.Sc (Master of Veterinary Science) at postgraduate level, Ph.D. at doctoral level as well as distance learning programs in veterinary science and animal husbandry. Read more about Bombay Veterinary College Courses and Fees.
The basic eligibility for B.V.Sc program is class 12 with not less than 50% marks (For SC/ ST 40%) from a reputed board. Applicants having a graduate degree in relevant discipline with at least 50% marks from a recognized university or institute are eligible to apply for M.V.Sc program. Students seeking admission to Ph.D. program must have master’s degree.
Bombay Veterinary College Admission to UG program is done on the basis of MHT CET while for PG programs, admission is purely done on the basis of merit of last qualifying exam. For Ph.D. admission, the selection is done through entrance exam followed by interview round.
The main objective of the college is to provide advanced knowledge to the students in the fields of animal, dairy and fishery sciences by adopting innovative, efficient and effective strategies.