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Important Dates
Last date for application submission : 20.01.2024
Publication of selection list : 25.01.2024
Last date for payment of training fee : 30.01.2024
Date of training : 12.02.2024 to16.01.2024

Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (TANUVAS) is the first Veterinary University in South East Asia, established in 1989 at Chennai. Presently it has seven constituent veterinary colleges namely Madras Veterinary College at Chennai (one of the oldest Veterinary school in the country established in 1903), Veterinary College and Research Institutes (VCRI) at Namakkal, Tirunelveli, Orathanadu, Salem, Theni and Udumalpet. A College of Food and Dairy Technology at Koduvalli, Chennai; College of Poultry Production and Management and Hosur and a Post graduate Research Institute in Animal Sciences at Kattupakkam are also constituent units of the University. TANUVAS is an autonomous institution with a mandate to impart veterinary curriculum and undertake research that benefit stakeholders, farmers and rural people in co-operation with the Government departments. To disseminate the research findings and new technologies to the farming community, TANUVAS has several peripheral units in the form of 20 Veterinary University Training and Research Centers, 3 Farmers Training Centers (FTC), 4 Krishi Vigyan Kendras (KVK) and an Agricultural Technology Information Centre (ATIC). The University has one Poultry Disease Diagnosis and Surveillance Laboratory (PDDSL) at Namakkal, one Avian Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (ADDL) at Thalaivasal, one Veterinary University Training and Diagnostic Centre (VUTDC) at Madurai and one Ethno Veterinary Herbal Research Centre for Poultry at Thanjavur.

About Central University Laboratory
Central University Laboratory is a unit under Centre for Animal Health Studies, Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, started in the year 1993. This laboratory is unique in the country in the diagnosis and control of livestock and poultry diseases as these are done with facilities like microbiology, pathology and parasitology under one umbrella. Central University Laboratory is offering molecular based diagnostic services for various bacterial and viral diseases of livestock, poultry, wild animals and pet animals. Central University Laboratory is well equipped with all necessary and latest instruments and having an ISO class 8 and 7 clean room facility for handling cell culture and viral antigen production. Apart from diagnostic services, Central University laboratory has handled several external funded projects and developed and commercialized diagnostics and vaccines. The faculty in central University Laboratory have wider experience in basic and molecular diagnostic platform.
Objective of the training
The main objective of this workshop is to give hands on experience and enrich the knowledge of the participants on common bacteriological techniques and molecular diagnostic tests like conventional PCR, real time PCR and LAMP assay.

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