Veterinary Clinical Complex

Veterinary Clinical Complex

1. About

The Veterinary Clinical Complex caters to surgery of small and large animals, Medicine unit for diagnosis and treatment of referred cases from different areas of Bihar and adjoining states, Gynecology unit for reproductive disorders and clinical pathology and microbiological laboratory. The department has the mandate for teaching, clinical services and research in various disciplines of the subject viz. Veterinary Medicine, Veterinary surgery and Veterinary Gynaecology. The teaching programme of the Department have been planned to impart effective practical training to undergraduate and post-graduate students. The small animal unit is centrally located in relationship to the Critical Care Unit. Large treatment areas available for examination of patients. The radiology unit contains state of the art digital imaging for producing images of any part of the body. The hospital is registered under biomedical waste disposal and is working 365 days  from 10AM to 5PM.

As future projection, the endeavours to open large and small animal indoor, Animal’s owner stay facility, Animal Blood bank, Stem Cell Therapy centre, Dialysis Centre and Dispensary and Emergency and trauma centre. In near future Veterinary Clinical Complex will provide treatment facility  24 x 7.

2. Facilities

  • Medicine Unit
  • Surgery Unit
  • Gynecology Unit
  • Critical Care Unit

Diagnostic Facilities

  • Hematology
  • Biochemical tests
  • Parasitological examination
  • Mirobiological tests
  • Test for zoonotic diseases
  • Fine needle aspiration cytology (FNAC)
  • Post mortem examination.
  • ECG
  • USG
  • Laproscopy
  • Endoscopy
  • Radiology

3. of Faculty

  • Medicinal: 05
  • Surgical: 05
  • Gynecological: 03

 4. Total no of cases treated in TVCC during (2016-17)

  1.  Total no of cases in TVCC: 18000-20000
  2. Cases treated in Medicine: 10000-12000
  3. Cases treated in Surgery: 4000-5000
  4. Cases treated in Gynecology: 2000-3000

No. of Advance diagnosis and therapy carried during 2016-17

  1. X ray; 1500-2000 per year
  2. Ultrasonography: 5000-6000 per year
  3. ECG 1000 per year
  4. Endoscopy 200 per year
  5. Laproscopy 100-150 per year
  6. Large animal surgery: 200 per year
  7. Small animal surgery: 1000-1500 per year
  8. Minor surgical operation: 1500-2000 per year
  9. Laser therapy: 200-250 per year
  10. Fluid therapy: 5000-6000 per year
  11. Blood transfusion: 100-150 per year
  12. Skin Scraping: 150 per year
  13. Dystokia: 100 per year

 Upcoming facilities

  1. Indoor facility for large animal
  2. Indoor facility for small animal
  3. Stay facility for animal’s owner
  4. Pharmacy
  5. Stem Cell Therapy Centre
  6. Dialysis facility
  7. Blood bank


Sr. No.
Name and Designation
Mobile No.
2 Dr. Ankesh Kumar
Asstt. Professor & Head
3 Dr. G.D.Singh
Asstt. Professor
4 Dr. Anil Kumar
Asstt. Professor

U.G Courses (As per VCI)

Semester SL. No Course Title Course No. Credit Hrs.
7th 1. Veterinary Clinical Practice VCP- 411 0+5=5
9th 2.


Veterinary Clinical Practice VCP-511




  Total Cr. Hrs   10


Semester SL. No Course Title Course No. Credit Hrs.


 Veterinary Clinical Practice






  Total Cr. H   5