Vice Chancellor



Vice Chancellor


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Improving the quality enhancement of education in Veterinary, Dairy and Fishery sectors in order to produce competent graduates and post graduates to increase livestock wealth and to benefit livestock farmers, fish farmers and processing industries.

VC సందేశం

పశువుల సంపద పెంచడానికి మరియు పశువుల రైతులు, చేప రైతులు మరియు ప్రాసెసింగ్ పరిశ్రమలకు లబ్ది చేకూర్చే పండితులైన గ్రాడ్యుయేట్లు మరియు పోస్ట్ గ్రాడ్యుయేట్లు ఉత్పత్తి చేయడానికి వెటర్నరీ, డైరీ మరియు ఫిషరీ విభాగాలలో విద్య యొక్క నాణ్యతను మెరుగుపరచడం.

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Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University,Tirupati.

Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University (SVVU), Tirupati was established vide Act No.18, 2005 of Government of Andhra Pradesh with a mandate to strengthen education, research and extension activities in Veterinary, Dairy and Fishery Sciences. The University has three faculties i.e. Veterinary Science, Dairy Science and Fishery Science and started functioning from 15-7-2005 at ANGRAU campus and with Tirupati as headquarters from 1-4-2006.

శ్రీ వెంకటేశ్వర వెటర్నరీ విశ్వవిద్యాలయం, తిరుపతి.

శ్రీ వెంకటేశ్వర వెటర్నరీ యూనివర్సిటీ, తిరుపతి, ఆంధ్రప్రదేశ్ ప్రభుత్వ చట్టం No. 18, 2005 ప్రకారం, విద్య, పరిశోధన మరియు వెతర్నారి విద్య కు సంబంధించిన పొడిగింపు కార్యక్రమాలు, డైరీ అండ్ ఫిషేరీ సైన్సెస్ లను పటిష్ట పరచాలన్న సంకల్పం తో ఆరంభింపబడింది. యూనివర్సిటీ కి మూడు విభాగాలున్నాయి. వెటర్నరీ సైన్సు, డైరీ మరియు ఫిషేరి సైన్సెస్. ఈ మూడు విభాగాలు 15/7/2005 న ANGRAU ఆవరణ లో, తిరుపతి ప్రధాన కార్యాలయం గా, శ్రీ వెంకటేశ్వర వెటర్నరీ యూనివర్సిటీ (SVVU) గా పని చెయ్యడం మొదలుపెట్టింది.


The mission of the University is to facilitate sustainable growth and development of livestock.

The mission of the University is to facilitate sustainable growth and development of livestock and allied sectors by building competent human resources for generating and developing scientific know how, situation specific, cost effective and easily adoptable technologies.

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