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Three days International Congress on Canine Practice begains at RAJUVAS

Top-notch veterinarians and canine practitioners are set to exhibit the modern concepts in canine practice

Bikaner, Three days International Congress on “Modern Concepts in Canine Health and Diseases of Human Concern” organized by Rajasthan University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Bikaner in association with Indian Society for Advancement of Canine Practice was inaugurated today at Lallgarh Palace Hotel in Bikaner. Pranay Sahay, IPS DG, SSB, New Delhi was the Chief Guest and Prof. A.K. Gahlot, Vice-Chancellor, RAJUVAS, Bikaner presides over the function. 18 international and 250 national scientist and experts are participating in this conference.

Prof. A. K. Gehlot VC of RUVAS addressing in confernceThe Chief Guest of the function Pranay Sahay said that the intense sniff power, aggressive capabilities and other features of canines has made their significance in our lives. Social Structure and attitude towards canines is changing at a rapid pace. Canine once considered solely as a hunter have now assumed the role of protector of property, detective, policing, companion and emotional stress pacifier. Because of closer human association, emotional bondage and importance in security operations, the dogs need better healthcare so that veterinary professionals and researchers can be altered to the need of society for better canine health. They are also important for internal security purposes. The Chairman of function Prof. A.K. Gahlot, Vice-Chancellor, RAJUVAS, Bikaner said that canines has proved their utility in security and disaster management activities and human and canine interrelationship is also well known. Therefore breed improvement and development programs are need of the hour. He said that University is continuously working in the research of canine particularly the diseases which are communicable to the human being from dogs. 

Society President Dr. S.K. Roy reported that ISACP is promoting marking, development and dissemination of knowledge of modern technology to the dog lovers. Dr. A.K. Shrivastva, Secretary, ISCAP presented the annual report of society and progress in various areas of research and the remarkable work of scientist in canine practice. 

After the opening ceremony a deliberation is begun on future development in the field of canine practice and health. According to the organizing secretary Dr. Anil Ahuja on the first day of congress various research papers were presented by the experts in three technical sessions. The first technical session was chaired by Dr. A.K. Shrivastva in which discussion were made on the topic Modern Concepts in Canine Health and Diseases of Human Concern. In this session Prof. A.K. Shrivastva, Karnal, Prof. A.K. Gahlot, Bikaner, Dr. R.V. Barar, Bikaner, Dr. R.A. Bumb, Bikaner presented their research papers. 

In second technical session Prof. H.A. Upendra, Karnataka, Dr. S.S. Randhawa, Ludhiyana, Dr. S. Haque, Ranchi, Dr. J.P. Vershney, Dr. Sujit Singh Makkar, Punjab, Dr. S.K. Gupta, Jammu, Dr. G.S. Soodan, Jammu were presented their paper on the theme of canine medicine. The session was chaired by Prof. N.R. Pradhan. 

The third technical session was chaired by Prof .A.C. Vershney in which discussions were made on the topic of canine surgery. In this session Dr. N.S. Saini, Lidhiana, Dr. Naveen Kumar, Izatnagar, Dr. Amarpal, Izatnagar, Prof. A.K. Shrivastava, Ethiopia, Dr. Indramani Nath, Bhuvneshwar, Dr. V.P. Chandrapuria, Jabalpur, Prof. D.K. De, Kolkata were presented their research papers.

Around 300 delegates consisting of Scientists, Researchers, Academicians, Canine Practitioners, Veterinaries, Research Scholars and Canine Breeders in and around India were attend the congress, which includes presentations, round table discussions and live demonstrations in various fields of canine practice.


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