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Camp on cardio-vascular function in animals

By The Assam Tribune

GUWAHATI, May 3 � An awareness camp on �Monitoring of cardio-vascular function in animal� was organised recently jointly by Department of Veterinary Physiology and Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex of CVSc, AAU at Khanapara.

Eminent Veterinary cardiologist Dr S Sanyal, Ex-Professor of Veterinary Physiology of West Bengal University of Fishery and Animal Sciences, Kolkata was invited to the camp as an Expert. The camp was jointly inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of AAU Dr KM Bujarbaruah and DDG, ICAR, Dr KML Pathak.

Faculty members and PG as well as UG students of CVSc. AAU, Khanapara attended the camp. ECG on as many as 33 sniffer dogs belonging to BSF, SSB and private owners and two horses of Remount Vety. Corps (RVC), Khanapara was done and demonstrated before the gathering. It was part of celebration of World Veterinary Day at the College of Veterinary Science, AAU, Khanapara.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Bujarbaruah highlighted the significance and objectives of World Veterinary Day which fell on the same day and termed this programme as most relevant one on the occasion as it aimed at education and service to the society, said a press release.

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Camp on cardio-vascular function in animals

GUWAHATI, May 3 � An awareness camp on �Monitoring of cardio-vascular function in animal� was organised recently jointly by Department of Veterinary Physiology and Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex of CVSc, AAU at Khanapara.

Eminent Veterinary cardiologist Dr S Sanyal, Ex-Professor of Veterinary Physiology of West Bengal University of Fishery and Animal Sciences, Kolkata was invited to the camp as an Expert. The camp was jointly inaugurated by Vice Chancellor of AAU Dr KM Bujarbaruah and DDG, ICAR, Dr KML Pathak.

Faculty members and PG as well as UG students of CVSc. AAU, Khanapara attended the camp. ECG on as many as 33 sniffer dogs belonging to BSF, SSB and private owners and two horses of Remount Vety. Corps (RVC), Khanapara was done and demonstrated before the gathering. It was part of celebration of World Veterinary Day at the College of Veterinary Science, AAU, Khanapara.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Bujarbaruah highlighted the significance and objectives of World Veterinary Day which fell on the same day and termed this programme as most relevant one on the occasion as it aimed at education and service to the society, said a press release.