The Bombay Veterinary College was established in the year 1886 and inaugurated by Professor J.H Steel, the father of modern veterinary education in India. The college is affiliated to the Maharashtra Animal and Fisheries Sciences University and located in the city of Mumbai, Maharashtra.
Bombay Veterinary College offers undergraduate (B.V.Sc), postgraduate (M.V.Sc), doctorate (Ph.D) as well as distance learning programmes in veterinary science and animal husbandry.
- Admissions to the undergraduate course take place through the MHT-CET conducted by the state of Maharashtra.
- Candidates seeking admission to the postgraduate course must obtain B.V.Sc and A.H degree or equivalent with minimum 6.00 CGPA out of a total of 10.00 CGPA to be eligible.
- Reserve category candidates must secure at least 5.50 CGPA out of 10.00 CGPA.
- Ph.D candidates must have secured at a minimum of 7.00 CGPA (6.50 CGPA for reserved category) out of 10.00 CGPA in their M.V.Sc examinations to be eligible for an entrance exam conducted by the institute.
- The entrance exam is followed by a personal interview at the Bombay Veterinary College.
- Candidates who score at least 50% (40% for reserved category) in entrance exam and interview taken together are considered eligible for admission to the Ph.D course.
- Those who have passed B.V.Sc and A.H degree from colleges under the Maharashtra Animals and Fisheries Sciences University and are domiciled in Maharashtra are admitted under R and S quota seats.
- The application forms and prospectus can be obtained from the college admissions office for a fee of Rs. 500 to be paid by cash or demand draft in favour of “Comptroller, MAFSU, Nagpur” payable at Nagpur.
Bombay Veterinary College Admission Highlights Table:
|Name of the college||Bombay Veterinary College|
|Basic Admission Criteria||Entrance-based, Admission test|
|Name of Entrance||MHT CET|