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SCHEME OF STUDIES


Sr No

COURSE NO

COURSE TITLE

CREDIT HOURS





SEMESTER ONE


1

ANAT

Veterinary Anatomy – I

3 (1-2)




2

ANAT

General Veterinary Histology

2 (1-1)




3

PHYS

Veterinary Physiology-I

3(2-1)




4

BIOC

Biochemistry

4(3-1)




5

MATH

Mathematics

2 (2-0)




6

ENGL

English- I (Functional English)

2 (2-0)










TOTAL

16(11-5)

26





SEMESTER TWO


1

ANAT

Veterinary Anatomy – II

3 (1-2)




2

ANAT

Systemic Veterinary Histology and Embryology

3 (2-1)




3

PHYS

Veterinary Physiology-II

4(3-1)




4

ENGL

English- II (Communication Skills)

2(2-0)




5

MICR

General Veterinary Microbiology

3(2-1)




6

PPRO

Introduction to Poultry Production

1(1-0)




7

LPRO

Fundamentals of Livestock Production

2(1-1)




8

SOSC

Pakistan Studies

1(1-0)










TOTAL

19(13-6)

31





SEMESTER THREE


1

NUTR

Principles of Animal Nutrition

3(2-1)




2

PHRM

General and Systemic Pharmacology

4(3-1)




3

PATH

General Veterinary Pathology

3(2-1)




4

PARA

General Veterinary Parasitology and Protozoology

3(2–1)




5

MICR

Veterinary Immunology

2(1-1)




6

SOSC

Anthropology

1 (1-0)




7

BIOL

Molecular Biology

2(1-1)




8

ZOOL

Lab and Zoo Animal Management

1 (0-1)

























TOTAL

19(12-7)

33








SEMESTER FOUR


1

NUTR

Livestock Feed Resources and Forage Conservation

3(2-1)




2

PHRM

Veterinary Chemotherapy and Toxicology

4(3-1)




3

MICR

Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology

3(2-1)




4

PATH

Systemic Veterinary Pathology

3(2-1)




5

PARA

Veterinary Helminthology

4(3–1)




6

EXT

Livestock Extension Education

2 (2-0)




7

LPRO

Animal Breeding and Genetics – I

2(1-1)










TOTAL

21(15-6)

33





SEMESTER FIVE


1

NUTR

Poultry Nutrition and Feed Technology

2(1-1)




2

LPRO

Animal Breeding and Genetics – II

3(2-1)




3

PATH

Veterinary Clinical Pathology

1(0-1)




4

PARA

Veterinary Entomology and Acarology

3(2–1)




5

MICR

Veterinary Virology

3(2-1)




6

THER

Veterinary Reproductive Physiology

3 (2-1)




7

MEDI

General and Systemic Veterinary Medicine

3(2-1)




8

SOSC

Islamic Studies/Ethics

1(1-0)










TOTAL

19(12-7)

33





SEMESTER SIX


1

EPID

Zoonoses and Food Safety

3 (2-1)




2

LPRO

Principles of Dairy Production

3(2-1)




3

THER

Reproductive Biotechnology

2 (2-0)




4

MEDI

Veterinary Preventive Medicine-I

3(3-0)




5

PATH/APTC

Meat Inspection and Necropsy Practice

3(2-1)




6

SURG

Diagnostic Imaging

2(1-1)




7

MEDI

Medicine Clinic-I

1(0-1)




8

SURG

Surgery Clinic – I

1(0-1)




9

THER

Theriogenology Clinic – I

1 (0-1)










TOTAL

19(12-7)

33








SEMESTER SEVEN


1

LPRO

Beef and Mutton Production

2(1-1)




2

MEDI

Veterinary Preventive Medicine-II

3(3-0)




3

SURG

Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care

1(0-1)




4

THER

Obstetrics and Genital Diseases

3 (2-1)




5

PPRO

Commercial Poultry Production

2(1-1)




6

STAT

Bio-statistics

3(2-1)




7

MEDI

Medicine Clinic-II

1(0-1)




8

SURG

Surgery Clinic – II

1(0-1)




9

THER

Theriogenology Clinic – II

1 (0-1)










TOTAL

17(9-8)

33





SEMESTER EIGHT


1

PPRO

Breeder and Hatchery Management

3(2-1)




2

EPID

Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health

3(2-1)




3

SURG

Small Animal Surgery

4(3-1)







AQUA

Fisheries and Aquaculture

1 (0-1)




4

MEDI

Medicine Clinic III

2(0-2)




5

SURG

Surgery Clinic III

2(0-2)




6

THER

Theriogenology Clinic III

2 (0-2)










TOTAL

17(7-10)

37





SEMESTER NINE


1

LPRO

Animal Welfare and Ethics

2 (2-0)




2

DTECH

Dairy Technology

2 (1-1)




3

PATH

Poultry Pathology

3(2-1)




4

SURG

Large Animal Surgery and Shoeing

3(2-1)




5

MEDI

Medicine Clinic-IV

2(0-2)




6

SURG

Surgery Clinic – IV

2(0-2)




7

THER

Theriogenology Clinic – IV

2 (0-2)











TOTAL

16(7-9)

34








SEMESTER TEN


1

ENGL

English- III (Technical Report Writing and Presentation)

2 (2-0)




2

LEBM

Livestock Economics And Business Management

2(2-0)










INTERNSHIP













TOTAL

4 (4-0)










GRAND TOTAL

167(102-65)

297





Note: Institutions can add upto 15 credit hour courses to match their circumstances and strengths.
DETAIL OF COURSES

SEMESTER I
VETERINARY ANATOMY- I 3 (1-2)
Learning outcomes:
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
1. Define and describe directional terms and bone surface modifications

2. Describe structure and relationship of bones, joints, muscles, nerves and blood vessels of forelimb and hindlimb (Practical only).

3. Describe structure of components of common integument, lymphatic and nervous system.

4. Indicate topographical location of skeletal and associated soft structures on live animals (Practical only).


Theory:

Introduction to anatomy; definitions and branches, body points; general body points of horse, ox and dog, anatomical terminology; directional terms, planes, bone surface modifications, Osteology; structure of bone, classes of bones and comparative aspects, myology; types, structure, naming conventions of muscles and associated structures, and comparative aspects, arthrology; structural and functional classification of joints, structure of synovial joints, gait mechanics; statics and dynamics, types of natural gaits and comparative aspects, integumentary system; Skin and its modifications, mammary apparatus, hoof, claw, digital pads, horn & hair, lymphatic system; lymph centers, lymph nodes and lymphatic channels, CNS; brain and spinal cord, PNS; ganglia, nerves, autonomic nervous system, special senses; ear and eye.


Practical:

Introduction to anatomy, branches of anatomy, terminology, anatomical planes and directional terms, comparative anatomy of forelimb region (equine, ruminant, canine): osteology of forelimb, arthrology of forelimb, myology of shoulder, brachium, antebrachium and digital regions; blood vessels of the forelimb, their scheme and identification; nerves of the forelimb, their scheme and identification, comparative anatomy of hind limb region (equine, ruminant, canine): osteology of hind limb, arthrology of forelimb, myology: myology of croup, thigh and leg regions; blood vessels of the hind limb, their scheme and identification; nerves of the hind limb, their scheme and identification, anatomy of equine distal limb, comparative anatomy of skull (equine, ruminant, canine), brain and spinal cord, udder, hoof & horn, topography/surface anatomy of forelimb and hind limb regions.

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