B.V.Sc. in Animal Nutrition is a 3- year undergraduate course in animal science. The course cover concepts and processes of animal feeding, breeding, reproduction, health, genetics, and maintenance.
The average course fee in India ranges between INR 20 ,000 and 3 Lakhs, depending upon the institute offering the course. The minimum eligibility criterion for enrollment to the course is a 10+2 qualification completed from a recognized university, and with a minimum aggregate score of 60%.
|Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Tamil Nadu||Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Karnataka||Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Kerala||Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Maharashtra|
The average annual salary offered in India to successful graduates of the course ranges between INR 1.2 and to 6 Lakhs, depending upon the candidate’s expertise and experience in the field.
Listed below are the major highlights of the course.
|Eligibility||10+2 with a minimum aggregate score of 60%|
|Admission Process||Counseling after taking entrance examination/ direct admission in some cases|
|Course Fee||INR 20,000 to 3 Lakhs|
|Average Starting Salary||INR 1.2 to 6 Lakhs per annum|
|Top Recruiting Fields/Areas||College/ universities, Research projects/ Institutes (private or government), Sales sector, Livestock & Agriculture Management|
The course offers to eligible candidates exposure into animal functions such as feeding, breeding, reproduction, health, genetics, and maintenance. Candidates enrolled to the course are imparted advanced lessons in types of animal nutrition and feeding, and the concepts associated with animal health .
Livestock and agriculture management is an area requiring sufficient manpower. The program acknowledges such need and aims to practically and effectively address it by training candidates with field visits and real-time exposure.
Tabulated below are some of the top institutes offering the course in the country along with the corresponding location and fees charged by each.
|COLLEGE NAME||CITY||AVERAGE ANNUAL FEES IN INR|
|Orissa University of Agriculture & Technology||Bhubaneswar||25,000 to 3 Lakhs|
|Chaudary Sarvan Kumar Agrucultural Vishvavidyalaya||Palampur, Himachal Pradesh||60,000 to 2 Lakhs|
|Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Science University||Ludhiana, Punjab||84,000 to 2 Lakhs|
As a minimum criterion of eligibility, candidates wishing to apply for the course need to have completed 10+2 from a recognized educational Board with a minimum aggregate score of 60%, and with Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and English as main subjects.
|Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Assam||Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Haryana||Bachelor of Veterinary Science in Rajasthan|
Modes of admission to the course may vary across institutes, with some institutes in the country having entrance tests and rounds of personal interview for assessing and shortlisting candidates for admission. Essentially, students are selected based on the obtained merit.
The Veterinary Council of India (VCI) annually conducts an All India Pre-Veterinary Test (APIVT) across the country for admission to 15% of seats to the course.
Listed here are the principle components of study covered in the course’s curriculum.
Some of the popular professional avenues open to such graduates are listed below with the corresponding salaries offered for the respective positions.
|JOB POSITION||JOB DESCRIPTION||AVERAGE ANNUAL SALARY IN INR|
|Professor||To teaching Animal Nutrition in schools/ other academic institutes||1.8 to 3.6 Lakhs|
|Veterinary Sales Manager/ officer||To effectively sell and promote agri-based products||1.8 to 5 Lakhs|
|Veterinary Storekeeper||To maintain sufficient stock of animal fodder||1.2 to 4.5 Lakhs|
|Veterinary research scientist||To perform research work associated with animal genetics, breeding, cross breeding and associated diseases, etc.||2.5 to 4 Lakhs|
|Veterinary Doctor or Surgeon||To treat animals suffering injury or diseases.||3 to 6 Lakhs|
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