Udhampur/Jammu,July 15 (Scoop News) – Commander 71 Sub Area, Brigadier Sanjay Kulkarni was convincing that the Equine Training Course for Veterinary interns course would serve to strengthen the bond between Indian Army and the youth of the Jammu and Kashmir.
Indian Army’s most credible event under Operation Sadbhavna (OP), the Equine Training Course for Veterinary interns has been competed successfully for a consecutive second term. A total of 56 bachelor of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry interns of Sher- e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST), Jammu were trained through this course in finer aspects of Equine Medicine Surgery and Management under the aegis of Headquarter 71 Sub Area by 3 Advance Field Veterinary Hospital .
On this occasion Commander 71 Sub Area, Brigadier Sanjay Kulkarni appreciated the sanguine efforts of 3 Advance field
Brig. RVS, Headquarter Northern Command, Brigadier Deepak Badial, speaking on the occasion, said that Remount Veterinary Corps has strived to utilize its presence in many remote pockets of the state in providing Veterinary aid to farmers and livestock holders including Gujjar and Bakerwals. On this occasion he unveiled a précis on “Equine Management and treatment” and congratulated all the interns on successful completion of the course.
Dean Faculty of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, (SKUAST),
Commandant 3 Advance Field Veterinary Hospital, Col. C. M. Desai, emphasized on valuable understanding of Equine management and treatment which will enable young veterinarians to cope up with future challenges. Speaking on the occasion he briefed about the methodology involved in conducting of the training and also thanked Dean Faculty of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, Sher- e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology,
Other dignitaries who grace the occasion includes PSO’s of Headquater 71 Sub Area and senior faculty member from Sher-e- Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences,