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About BVSC

About the course

About BVSC

BVSc or Bachelor of Veterinary Science is an undergraduate degree that comes under medical discipline.  Bachelor of Veterinary Science is the best degree course. The course is also known as B.V.Sc and imparts education that enables graduates to diagnose diseases in animals and prescribe medicines. The course curriculum comprises a detailed study of animal anatomy, nutrition, diseases and physiology. The course is ideal for those who consider themselves as animal lovers and want to start animal breeding and caring firms, and want to establish a career in animal husbandry.

The five-year course will comprise both theoretical subjects as well as practical examinations. Candidates also have to take up a medical internship of six months to one year in the final year of the programme in order to achieve the B.V.Sc degree.

Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc) Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for the Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc) has been mentioned below.

  • Minimum Qualification Required:10+2 (Physics, Chemistry and Biology)
  • Minimum Marks Required (Aggregate):50%
  • Minimum Age Required: 17 Years

B.V.Sc Admission Process

  • In order to take admission in B.V.SC courses, candidates have to study Science up to class 12 with Biology, Chemistry and Physics as compulsory subjects.
  • Minimum qualifying marks may differ from college to college.
  • Selection for this course is done on the basis of entrance exams.
  • All aspiring candidate s have to appear for B.V.SC entrance exams for the universities that they are targeting.


B.V.Sc Entrance Exams

Following are some popular B.V.SC entrance exams:

  • All India Common Entrance Examination
  • College Of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry Entrance Exam
  • All India Pre Veterinary Test
  • Engineering, Agriculture & Medical Common Entrance Test
  • Indian Veterinary Research Institute Entrance Exam
  • Kerala Agricultural University Entrance Exam
  • Indian Council of Agricultural Research Entrance Examination
  • JNU Combined Biotechnology Entrance Exam
  • Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Science
  • Kerala Engineering Agricultural and Medical Entrance Test


Course Curriculum of Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (BVSC) 

1ST Year

Semester 1

Introductory Animal Husbandry

Veterinary Anatomy in General and Osteology

Scope and Impotence of Biochemistry


Introduction and importance of Statistics

Livestock in India


Semester 2


Importance of Grasslands and Fodders In-Livestock Production

Muscle Physiology

Demonstration of Embalming of the Carcass and Preservation

Sense Organs and Receptors Physiology of Special Senses


Enzymes: Definition and Classification


Year 2


Semester 3


Factors affecting the disability to feed

Introduction and history of microbiology

Introduction and scope of Veterinary Pathology

Parasites and Parasitism

General Histology

Indian Poultry Industry


Semester 4


Spermatogenic cycle and wave

Concepts in Veterinary and Medical Immunology

Gross Morphological and Topographical Study of Various Organs of the Digestive System.

Biochemical and Genetic Determinants of Growth

Introduction and General Description to Protozoa and their Development

The Biting Midges


Year 3


Semester 5


Concept of Sociology

General Pathology of Viral Infections

Layout and Management of Rural, Urban and Modem Abattoirs

Milk Industry In India

Milk Hygiene in Relation to Public Health

Historical Development Branches and Scope of Pharmacology


Semester 6


Drugs acting on the Autonomic Nervous System

Parasitic Diseases

Introduction to Aquatic Animals

Viral Diseases

Retrospect and Prospect of Meat Industry in India

Definitions and Aims of Epidemiology


Year 4


Semester 7


Antibacterial Agents

History and scope of Veterinary medicine

Parasitic Diseases

Clinical Evaluation and Abnormalities of Reproductive Tracts in Domestic Animals

Clinical Manifestation

Principles of Viewing and Interpreting X-ray Films

Pre-anaesthetic Considerations and Pre anaesthetics

Semester 8


General Toxicology

Man-Animal and Society

Dystocia – Types of Dystocia

Valuation of Acid-Base Balance and Interpretation

Types and Functions of Placenta in Different Species

Aetiology, Clinical Manifestations


Year 5


Semester 9

Definition of Animal Welfare and Ethics

Breeds of Dogs- International Pedigree Breeds and those Commonly seen in India

Introduction to Andrology

Livestock Entrepreneurship

Taxonomy of Various Genera of Wild/Zoo Animals of India along with their Descriptions

Definition, Scope and Importance



About Fees


The average fee for Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc) is Rs 1,00,000 per year in Private colleges and for government colleges is Rs 10000 per year .


List of Veterinary Sciences colleges for B.V.S.C


College NAME Type
College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences (CVAS) , Latur Government
Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, (RGCVAS), Puducherry Government
Mahatma Jyotiba Fule College of Veterinary and Animal Science (MJF Chomu ) , Chomu Private
Birsa Agricultural University : Facility of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (BAUFVSAH) ,Ranchi Private
Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Science University Ludhiana Private
Veterinary College and Research Institute (VCRC) , Tirunelveli Private
Arwali Veterinary College (AVC) Sikar Private
Veterinary College and Research Institute (VCRC) ,Namakkal Private
College of Veterinary Science & Animal Husbandry (CVSAH) , Junagadh Private
Krantisinh Nana Patil College of Veterinary Science (KNPCVC) , Satara Private
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