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Veterinarians are self selecting group of people for whom the frequency of people with personality traits such as neuroticism and conscientiousness and perfectionism are likely to be elevated. Population of high achievers is likely to have a higher proportion of people with these personality traits, which we know can be risk factors for mental health problem.

Since animals can't tell you in words what is wrong, veterinarians have to use their skills and knowledge of animal health, along with sensitivity and attention to detail, to uncover the clues to figure out the problem and treat the animals.So their field of study is diverse as they have to cater a variety of species they come across.

Veterinarians have to play numerous role in society like curing animals, researcher, in environment protection and maintaince of public health. Thus to be a good veterinarian one should have personal attributes of passion towards his job, empathy for patients and inclination to make world a healthier place to live in.

Dr. Vikramjit Singh,

Assistant Professor (M.V.Sc, Ph.D),

Dept. of Livestock Production and Management (LPM),

Sanskaram CVAS, Patauda, Jhajjar (Haryana), India



Recently scope for the veterinarians is increased in India.Veterinary education in India today forms an integral component of Land Grant System of education. For becoming veterinary doctor, the basic qualification is B.V.Sc. & A.H (Bachelor of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry) degree. The duration of the degree is 5.5 years in which 4 years for the teaching of different courses which are mandatory for the degree and 1.5 year duration for the compulsory rotatory internship program.As per minimum standard of veterinary education, there are 17 teaching departments in addition to a teaching veterinary hospital complex in every veterinary college.

There are 41 veterinary colleges which offer recognized graduate veterinary qualifications. They are affiliated to either state agricultural universities or veterinary universities.At present, there are 7 veterinary universities and 37 state agricultural universities and 2 deemed universities (IVRI and NDRI) dealing with postgraduate qualifications in veterinary and animal sciences. The veterinary colleges produce more than 2500 veterinary graduates per annum. All veterinary colleges have implemented minimum standard of veterinary education regulation 1993 of Veterinary Council Act, 1984.Considering the increase in importance of veterinary profession in the country, Veterinary Council Act, 1984 was enacted by Parliament. As increase in the demand of veterinary doctors in the country the Veterinary Council of India (VCI) has decided to open the private veterinary colleges to fulfil the requirement of the veterinary doctors.In Haryana state there are two private veterinary colleges are in running condition,in which Sanskaram college of Veterinary and Animal Science, Jhajjar, Patauda, is gaining the faith of the people.

Dr.Anand Singh Rana

Assistant Professor (B.V.Sc & A.H., M.V.Sc., NET)

Department of Veterinary Anatomy

Sanskaram College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Patauda, Jhajjar (Haryana)


How to become a Doctor without MBBS???

We all know that most of the students are keen interested to go for MBBS. But, unfortunately, it’s not possible for all to grab it. So, don’t worry, as we are here to help you in shaping your career as a Doctor. You can go for “Bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry (B.V.Sc. & A.H)”, which is a 5.5 years degree programme. MBBS doctor treats humans, which is a Godly act, indeed. But, a Veterinarian treats animals, those who can’t speak of their pain or visit a vet on their own. There are plenty of job opportunities after this degree programme (eg. Veterinary Surgeon, Civil Services, Poultry Sector, Entrepreneurs and many more). Being a Veterinarian, you can travel for treatment and enjoy your life with earning. So, don’t miss to grab the opportunity for being a Veterinary Doctor.

Dr. Mokshata Gupta

(M.V.Sc., Ph.D )

Sanskaram College of Veterinary and Animal Science Patauda, Jhajjar, Haryana