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Important Dates
Last Date of Registration: February 29, 2024
Intimation of shortlisted candidates: March 04, 2024
Commencement of workshop: March 11, 2024

Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI) established in the year 1889, is one of the premier research institutions dedicated to livestock research and development in the country. The Institute has a major mandate of research, teaching, extension, consultancy and technology transfer activities. The institute with its long scientific heritage has always enjoyed a certain prestige and a tradition of its own. The institute imparts quality under-graduate and postgraduate education to students not only from various parts of the country, but also from overseas. Besides, BVSc & AH, this institute award degrees in more than 20 disciplines of masters and doctoral programmes in veterinary and animal sciences.
About Bacteriology and Mycology Division:
The division of Bacteriology & Mycology came into existence in 1975 after bifurcation from Division of Virology and Bacteriology, Mukteswar and shifted to the Izatnagar campus of IVRI. Due to the urgent need of research work to be carried out on all aspects of different bacterial and mycotic infections, the division was separated and now it is working on most of the important economic diseases of livestock & poultry. The division is mandated to develop and assimilate the latest modern technologies for the development of economical, reliable, quick and effective provide diagnostic services pertaining to bacterial and mycotic diseases. Division is offering various training programmes in the field of bacteriology and mycology for the post graduate students.
About the Training:
The proposed training would be a blend of both conventional and advanced bacteriological and mycotic techniques aimed to provide hands-on experience and complete understanding on various techniques. This program is meant to support students who are actively engaged in research or planning to conduct research in the field of bacteriology and mycology. These conventional and advanced techniques will provide a learning platform which can be applied by the students for their higher studies or R&D activities to enable themselves “Aatmnirbhar” researchers, academicians or entrepreneurs.

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