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GUWAHATI, June 14 � Dr Bijoy Dutta, Associate Professor of Department of Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, AAU, Khanapara, has been presented the Award of Excellence by the Government of Assam in recognition of his outstanding contribution in rescuing an adult female rhino from the human-dominated landscape near Mirza of Kamrup district, Assam on October 7, 2012.

As a well-known wildlife expert of north-eastern India, Dr Dutta is also actively involved in various rescue operation-cum-treatment and tranquillisation of one-horned rhinos in Assam and various wild animals in the north-eastern region and other parts of India.

It may be mentioned here that in his capacity as a wild life expert, he has made several visits outside the country. He is also actively involved in ongoing India Rhino Vision 2020 as a wildlife expert cum veterinary anaesthesiologist for translocation of that species from one territory to other, which was initiated to increase the rhino population in the national parks of Assam.

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Vety doctor awarded for rescuing rhino

GUWAHATI, June 14 � Dr Bijoy Dutta, Associate Professor of Department of Surgery and Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, AAU, Khanapara, has been presented the Award of Excellence by the Government of Assam in recognition of his outstanding contribution in rescuing an adult female rhino from the human-dominated landscape near Mirza of Kamrup district, Assam on October 7, 2012.

As a well-known wildlife expert of north-eastern India, Dr Dutta is also actively involved in various rescue operation-cum-treatment and tranquillisation of one-horned rhinos in Assam and various wild animals in the north-eastern region and other parts of India.

It may be mentioned here that in his capacity as a wild life expert, he has made several visits outside the country. He is also actively involved in ongoing India Rhino Vision 2020 as a wildlife expert cum veterinary anaesthesiologist for translocation of that species from one territory to other, which was initiated to increase the rhino population in the national parks of Assam.

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