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1 The Peer Review Team For Accreditation – 2012 On Report ofThe Peer Review Team For Accreditation – 2012OnKarnataka, Veterinary, Animal andFisheries Sciences University, Nandinagar,Bidar – , KarnatakaSubmitted to:Education DivisionIndian Council Of Agriculture ResearchKrishi Anusandhan Bhavan - II,Pusa, New Delhi
3 COMPOSITION OF PRTDr. S. A. H. ABIDI, Ex. Member ASRB, New Delhi - ChairmanDr. SUSHIL KUMAR, Ex. Director, NDRI, Karnal - MemberDr. JIT SINGH, Ex. Dean, COVAS, MPUAT, Udaipur - MemberDr. C. DEVKUMAR/Dr. BISHT B. S., ADG (EQR) ICAR, New Delhi - Member Secretary(Office order No. 1(3)/2011-EQR dt. 16th January, 2012 and No. 1(3)/2011-EQRdt. 31st July, 2012)
4 A. First Round Peer Review Team Visit: PRT REVIEW PROCESSDatePRT Member NameActivityA. First Round Peer Review Team Visit:Dr. S. A. H. AbidiVisited College of Fisheries and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. Jit SinghHad a preliminary discussion with the Vice-Chancellor,Visited Dairy Science College, Mahagaon and Livestock Research and Information Centre (Deoni) and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. Sushil KumarVisited Veterinary College, Shimoga and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited KVK, Mangalore & College of Fisheries and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Had preliminary discussion with the officers of the University and Visited Veterinary College, Bidar and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Dairy Science College, Bangalore and had discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. S. A. H. Abidi &Dr. C. DevkumarVisited Veterinary College, Hassan and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Veterinary College, Bidar and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Veterinary College, Bangalore and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. S. A. H. Abidi,Dr. Sushil Kumar,Dr. Jit Singh, &Presentations by the Vice-Chancellor and concerned officials pertaining to Academics, Governance, Finance, PG Programmes, Research & Extension at Regional Campus, Bangalore.Presentations by the different members of the PRT pertaining to their visit to different colleges and interaction with the University officials and the respective college Deans.All the above MembersInteractive meeting
5 B. Second Round Peer Review Team Visit: PRT REVIEW PROCESSDatePRT Member NameActivityB. Second Round Peer Review Team Visit:Dr. Sushil Kumar &Dr. Jit SinghVisited College of Fisheries, Mangalore and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. Sushil Kumar &Visited Veterinary College, Hassan and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. S. A. H. AbidiVisited Veterinary College, Bidar and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Dr. S. A. H. Abidi &Visited Dairy Science College, Mahagaon, Gulbarga and held discussions with the OSD, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Veterinary College, Hebbal, Bangalore and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Fisheries Research & Information Centre, Hebbal and Hessarghatta, Bangalore and held discussions with the Farm Superintendent and staff.Dr. Sushil KumarVisited University Headquarters, Veterinary College, Bidar and held discussions with the University officials Dean, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Livestock Research & Information Centre (Deoni), Hallikhed, Dairy Science College Mahagaon, Gulbagra and held discussions with the Farm Superintendent, OSD, Faculty Members & Students.Visited Veterinary College, Shimoga and held discussions with the Dean, Faculty Members & StudentsInteractive discussions on the draft report with the Special Officer and Former Vice-Chancellor.Dr. S. A. H. Abidi,Dr. Sushil Kumar, &Dr.S.A.H.AbidiVisited Institute of Wildlife Veterinary Research, Kudige and held discussion with the Director and staff.
6 UNIVERSITY PROFILEThe Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University was established under the Karnataka Legislative Act No 9 of 2004 onDate of effective functioning with Headquarters at Bidar.Motto slogan : “Rural Oriented and Farmer Friendly”.
7 MISSION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The Mission statement is - To strive hard and provide leadership in teaching, research and extension education services related to veterinary, dairy and fisheries endeavours and to keep pace with new frontiers of science and contemporary developments to be socially and technically relevant.The major goal :Education - To make education responsive to the growing needs of the society in general and aspirations of the farming community at large by imparting education in the veterinary, animal, dairy and fisheries sciences.Research - To achieve sustained enhancement in animal productivity including fisheries with most efficient use of natural resources, ensuring equity in disseminating the research benefits to the poor farmers towards livelihood security and up scaling the commercial production by a total devotion towards efficient, decentralized and need based research.Extension - To have a well-knitted and committed extension programmes to transfer the research outcome and technologies developed in livestock, dairying and fisheries towards enhancement of food production duly providing livelihood security for the benefits of farming community.
8 MISSION, GOALS AND OBJECTIVES contd., To make provision for imparting education in different branches of veterinary, animal, dairy and fisheries sciences as the university may determineTo further the advancement of learning and prosecution of research in veterinary, animal, dairy and fisheries sciences and other allied sciencesTo undertake extension of such specialized knowledge to the needy people and such other objects as the State Government may, by notification specify from time to time.
9 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITYI. BOARD OF MANAGEMENTThe Board of Management is supreme decision making and executive authority.COMPOSITION(A) Ex-Officio MembersVice-Chancellor – ChairmanSecretary to the Govt. Dept. of Animal Husbandry & Fisheries – MemberSecretary to the Govt., Law Department – MemberSecretary to the Govt., Finance Department – MemberDirector of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Services – MemberDirector of Fisheries – MemberRegistrar – Member Secretary
10 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY(B) Other MembersOne scientist having special knowledge or practical experience in research, teaching and extension education in the field of Veterinary, Animal, Dairy and Fisheries SciencesOne progressive livestock farmerOne progressive fishermenOne representative from the industries connected with the animal husbandry or fisheriesOne women social workerOne educationistOne nominee of the Indian Council of Agriculture ResearchPresident, Karnataka Veterinary Council, Bangalore will also be the members of the Board of Management.(The Chancellor will nominate the members vide Sl. No. 1 to 6 of (B) category and the term of office is for three years and no person shall be nominated for a second term).
11 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., Sub Committees of the Board of Management :For effective governance and to ensure the welfare of the faculty, employees and students the Board of Management has made a provision for the following sub committees:Finance CommitteePlanning and Works CommitteeFarm Development CommitteeExtension and Publicity CommitteeGrievance CommitteeSC-ST Committee
12 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY II. ACADEMIC COUNCILThe Academic Council is in-charge of the academic affairs of the University.CompositionVice-Chancellor – ChairpersonDirector of Instruction (PGS) – MemberDirector of Research – MemberDirector of Extension – MemberThe Director, Animal Husbandry, Government of Karnataka – MemberThe Director, Fisheries, Government of Karnataka – MemberAll the Deans of the constituent colleges – MemberHeads of Divisions – MemberNot more than Two Heads of Dept. nominated by the Vice-Chancellor from each faculty onrotation basis – MemberOne Teacher from each faculty nominated by the Vice-Chancellor on rotation basis – MemberOne eminent veterinary, animal, dairy and fisheries educationist drawn from outside the UniversityDirector, Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary Biologicals – MemberOne Joint Director nominated by the Director, Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary BiologicalsRegistrar - Member Secretary.
13 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY III. RESEARCH COUNCILThe Research Council formulates and monitors the physical, fiscal and administrative matters for implementing research projects.COMPOSITIONVice-Chancellor – ChairpersonDirector of Instruction (PGS) – MemberDirector of Extension – MemberThe Director, Animal Husbandry, Government of Karnataka – MemberThe Director, Fisheries, Government of Karnataka – MemberAll the Deans of the constituent colleges – MemberHeads of Divisions – MemberTwo progressive farmers specialized in Animal Husbandry / Poultry / Fisheries nominatedby the Vice-Chancellor - MemberTwo scientists of eminence from SAU / SVU / Outside the state nominated by theVice-Chancellor – MemberDirector of Research – Member Secretary.(There is a provision to co-opt not more than four persons to the Research Council)
14 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY IV. EXTENSION EDUCATION COUNCILThe Extension Education Council will integrate extension education with teaching and research in the University and participation of teachers and research workers in extension programmes.CompositionVice-Chancellor – ChairpersonDirector of Instruction (PGS) – MemberDirector of Research– MemberThe Director, Animal Husbandry, Government of Karnataka – MemberThe Director, Fisheries, Government of Karnataka – MemberAll the Deans of the constituent colleges – MemberHeads of Divisions – MemberThree progressive farmers specialized in Animal Husbandry / Poultry / Fisheries nominatedby the Vice-Chancellor - MemberTwo eminent persons from SAU / SVU / Outside the state nominated by theVice-Chancellor – MemberDirector of Extension– Member Secretary.
15 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY V. SPORTS AND CULTURAL COUNCILThe sports and cultural council shall make recommendations to the authorities regarding Sports and Cultural activities, hostel maintenance and welfare of the students of the University and shall exercise such other powers and perform such other duties as directed by the Vice-Chancellor.CompositionVice-Chancellor - ChairmanRegistrar – MemberComptroller – MemberDirector of Instruction (PGS) – MemberDeans of all constituent colleges – MemberStaff advisors of all constituent colleges – MemberPhysical education faculty of all constituent colleges – MemberSenior most physical education faculty nominated by the Vice-Chancellor - Member Secretary.
16 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY VI. Board of StudiesBoard of Studies of each faculty i.e. Veterinary & Animal Science, Dairy Science & Fisheries Science will propose the courses of study, curricula, syllabus, examination pattern, admission criteria, establishment of new institute / department etc.Composition : BOS (VASc)Dean of constituent colleges on rotation - ChairmanRegistrarDirector of Instruction (PGS)All Deans of constituent Veterinary CollegesDirector, IAH & VBOne Joint Director of IAH & VB nominated by Vice-ChancellorAll Professors and Associate Professors facultyTwo Assistant Professors of the faculty to be nominated by Vice-ChancellorOne expert in the subject concerned from outside the University to be nominated by Vice-Chancellor
17 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY Composition : BOS (D. Sc.)Dean of constituent colleges on rotation - ChairmanRegistrarDirector of Instruction (PGS)All Deans of constituent Veterinary CollegesDirector, IAH & VBOne Joint Director of IAH & VB nominated by Vice-ChancellorAll Professors and Associate Professors facultyTwo Assistant Professors of the faculty to be nominated by Vice-ChancellorOne expert in the subject concerned from outside the University to be nominated by Vice-Chancellor
18 ORGANIZATION AND GOVERNANCE Contd., AUTHORITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY Composition : BOS (F. Sc.)Dean of faculty - ChairmanRegistrarDirector of Instruction (PGS)All Deans of constituent Veterinary CollegesDirector, IAH & VBOne Joint Director of IAH & VB nominated by Vice-ChancellorAll Professors and Associate Professors facultyTwo Assistant Professors of the faculty to be nominated by Vice-ChancellorOne expert in the subject concerned from outside the University to be nominated by Vice-Chancellor
19 OFFICERS OF THE UNIVERSITY The Chancellor – The Governor of Karnataka by virtue of his office.The Pro-Chancellor – The Ministry incharge of Animal Husbandry by virtue of his office.The Vice-Chancellor – Whole time officer appointed by the Chancellor for a period of four years and shall not be eligible for re-appointment for a second term.The Deans – Every Constituent college will be headed by a Dean with a tenural period of four years.The Comptroller – Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor for a period of Three years and shall be eligible for re-appointment.The Registrar - Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Librarian - Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Director of Instruction (PGS)- Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Director of Research - Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Director of Extension - Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Heads of Divisions (Animal and Poultry Science, Pre & Para Veterinary Clinical Science, Veterinary Clinical Science, Dairy Science and Fisheries Science) - Whole time officers and technically trained in the concerned subject appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.The Director, IAH & VB - Whole time officer appointed by the Vice-Chancellor with approval of the Board for a period of Four years.
20 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES PROGRAMMES OFFERED Under Graduate – B. V. Sc. & A. H., B. Tech (D. Tech) & B. F. Sc.Post Graduate – M. V. Sc., in 17 disciplines of Veterinary and Animal ScienceM. Tech in 4 disciplines of Dairy ScienceM. F. Sc. In 6 disciplines of Fisheries Science(c) Doctorate – Ph. D. in 13 disciplines of Veterinary and Animal Science, 3 disciplines of DairyScience and 5 disciplines of Fisheries science.(d) Diploma in Animal Husbandry.Admission Criteria:B.V.Sc. & A.H.: Candidates should have passed Intermediate Examination (10+2) of any recognized Board with 50 % of marks (40 % for SC, ST and CAT I) in Physics, Chemistry, Biology and English subjects and selection is made based on the marks scored in Physics, Chemistry and Biology in the Common Entrance Test (CET) conducted by Karnataka Examination Authority, Govt. of Karnataka, Bangalore.B.Tech (D.Tech) and B.F.Sc: Candidates should have passed Intermediate Examination (10+2) of any recognized Board with the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Maths.Master’s and Doctoral: Candidate should have passed in concerned Bachelor’s degree and for Doctoral programme Masters degree in the concerned discipline subjects. The selection for Masters/Doctoral degree programme will be done on the basis of the student’s performance in Bachelor/Masters degree programme and the written test conducted by the University.Diploma in Animal Husbandry: Candidates should have studied in Rural area and have passed SSLC.(General reservation policies as notified by GOK, ICAR and VCI are applied).
21 FACULTY AND OTHER HUMAN RESOURCES The university has a total sanctioned faculty strength of 701 of which 330 (Professor-87, Associate Professor-37 and Assistant Professor-206) are in position. In addition about 96 persons are working as contract teachers.The University has 718 sanctioned non-teaching cadre strength; out of which 407 posts are filled up and about 400 persons are working on contract and SR basis.During the last five years, the faculty have published 533 research papers, 96 extension publications, 43 practical manuals and have authored 6 books.For grievance redressal and the welfare activities of the employees, the university has a well-developed mechanism through a Grievance Committee of the Board, SC-ST Committee, SC-ST Cell and registered associations for Teaching, Non-Teaching Staff, SC-ST Employees and D Group & DRE Associations.Signed MOU’s with renowned institutes of USA, France, China, Bangladesh, Belgium and Sweden.Offering University of Minnesota TATA group scholarship and externship in Veterinary Clinical Science for the BVSc & AH studentsParticipating in Purdue University’s Afghanistan capacity building efforts in a massive way.MOU’s with ICAR Institutes namely: National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore; National Dairy Research Institute, Southern Region, Bangalore; Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Southern Region, Bangalore; Project Directorate on Animal Disease Monitoring and Surveillance, Bangalore; National Research Centre on Meat, Hyderabad and Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute, Cochin.
22 STUDENTS DEVELOPMENTAnnual Intake for UG Programmes – 315 (B.V.Sc. & A.H. – 213, B.Tech (D.Tech) – 60 & B.F.Sc. – 42).Internship allowance to B.V.Sc. & A.H. is Rs.11,400/- per month.NSS, Physical Education, North and South India Educational tours are compulsory.The Alumni have excelled in JRF / SRF / Administrative Examinations
23 LIBRARY AND OTHER LEARNING RESOURCES Central Library – is well equipped with a collection of 30,490 books, 11,961 bound back volumes, 3,982 reports, 2,733 thesis 819 advance and annual reviews, 168 journals (29 international and 139 national), VET-CD’s etc. are available.E-resource centres under CeRA connectivity – Bidar, Bangalore and Mangalore.Video Conferencing facility – Connects Headquarters, Bidar and Regional Campus, Bangalore – Used for adjunct faculty lectures, group interactions, farmers discussions, officers meetings and UG admission counselling.National Knowledge Network – National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NKN-NMEICT) scheme is adopted.Good physical facilities and student amenities available.
24 FINANCIAL RESOURCESThe total budget of the University for the year was Rs Crores comprising the share of State (80.84%), ICAR (9.50%) and 9.66 % from other sources. The current year’s budget is Rs crores.
25 RESEARCH AND EXTENSION The University provides Staff Research Grant to motivate new recruitees.In addition to the regular research activities, 60 various projects are ongoing under the funding support from DBT, DST, GOI, GOK, RKVY, ICAR and Private Agencies with a total extra mural budget of Rs crores.The University organizes training / refresher / skill development courses to up-date the knowledge of veterinarians under Continued Veterinary Education programmes. It also conducts short and long term courses to train trainers, farmers, farm women and bring out publications in regional language on new technologies and methods for the benefits of the farmers.
26 CONSTITUENT UNITSThe University has its tentacles spread in 22 out of the 30 districts of the State.COLLEGES – 07 of which four Veterinary, two Dairy Science and one FisheriesSl. No.Name of the CollegeYear of EstablishmentFaculty StrengthNon-teaching staff strengthStudents on roleStudents rolled outUGPG1.Veterinary College, Bangalore1958Celebrated Golden Jubilee in 200889209358198322510002.Veterinary College, Bidar1984Celebrated Silver Jubilee in 20096062287318691113.College of Fisheries, Mangalore1969Celebrated Silver Jubilee in 199432341744510616064.Dairy Science College, Bangalore1980Celebrated Silver Jubilee in 20051948152236612185.Veterinary College, Shimoga5638--496.Veterinary College, Hassan411847.Dairy Science College, Mahagoan, Gulbarga106508
27 CONSTITUENT UNITS Contd., INSTITUTES – 02 – One Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary Biologicals and one Institute of Wildlife Veterinary Research.INSTITUTE OF ANIMAL HEALTH AND VETERINARY BIOLOGICALS : Mandated to produce vaccines for livestock diseases.Eight Regional Disease Diagnostic and Information Centres (RDDIC) and one Wild Animal Disease DiagnosticRDDIC – BidarRDDIC – BellaryRDDIC – BelgaumRDDIC – DavanagereRDDIC – GulbargaRDDIC – MysoreRDDIC – MangaloreRDDIC – ShimogaWADDL – Bannerghatta BangaloreSouthern Regional Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (SRDDL) – under the GOI funding.Institute of Wildlife Veterinary Research, Doddalavaru, Kudige, Coorg.
28 CONSTITUENT UNITS Contd., RESEARCH AND INFORMATION CENTRES – There are nine Research and Information Centres of which four are of livestock , four fisheries and one for canines.LRIC (Amrithmahal) – Konehalli, Tiptur Tq., Tumkur Dist.LRIC (Sheep) – Nagamangala, Manday Dist.LRIC (Deoni) – Hallikhed, Humnabad Tq., Bidar Dist.LRIC (Buffaloes) – Doornahally, Shapur Tq., Yadgir Dist.FRIC (Inland) – Hebbal, Bangalore Urban Dist.FRIC (Inland) – Hessarghatta, Bangalore Rural Dist.FRIC (Inland) – Bhuthanal, Bijapur Tq. & Dist.FRIC (Marine) – Ankola, Karwar Dist.CRIC (Mudhol) – Timmapur, Mudhol Tq., Bagalkot Dist.ANIMAL HUSBANDRY POLYTECHNIC (AHP)AHP - Konehally, Tiptur Tq., Tumkur Dist.– EstdAHP – Shiggao , Haveri Dist. – Estd – 13.
29 ASSESSMENT contd., STRENGTHS OF THE UNIVERSITY Transfer of old colleges along with faculty, assets and liabilities that have completed their existence of 25 to 50 years.The senior core faculty transferred are really an asset in capacity building and putting a strong foundation.Inclusion of IAH & VB along with its nine RDDICs and SRDDL is very unique in entire country, which functions as R&D wing of the University.Mandatory nature of the Act did not deter the University from the threat of losing talented senior faculty, scientists and staff.
30 ASSESSMENT contd., GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT The University has undergone a considerable growth and progress to fulfil its mandate and objectives.Has multidisciplinary faculties.To start with, had only four constituent colleges and added three more new colleges to its academic basket.Had only six Research and Information Centres and has added three more to its research basket.Did not had any KVK’s to begin with that made the University to re-coin the research stations as Research and Information Centres. In addition, has established six Extension Education Centres attached to every constituent college to fulfil the mandates of extension.On , the University was successful to get KVK Mangalore – DK transferred from UAS (B) with intervention of the Council.
31 ASSESSMENT contd., INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED Innovations Canine Research and Information centre is an innovation to realise the potentially of dog rearing as an Alternative Animal Husbandry Avenue towards Livelihood option for landless, agricultural labourers and SC / ST categories.Institute for Wildlife Veterinary Research is a unique of its kind in Human Resource Generation to the Wildlife sector.Animal Husbandry Polytechnique is yet another innovative thinking in developing middle level managers to the sector, to provide employability avenues and to retain the rural youth back in livestock activities.
32 ASSESSMENT contd., INNOVATIONS AND TECHNOLOGIES DEVELOPED TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPEDDevelopment of “Swarnadhara”, a poultry bird and “Amur” strain of common crap .Development of ten vaccines and five diagnostic kits.Designing of “Dhanvantri” Animal Ambulance cum Fleet to provide veterinary health coverage at the doorstep of the farmers.Periodic organization of “Januvaru, Kukkuta and Matsya Mela” to disseminate the research findings and technologies developed to the farming community.
33 GOVERNANCE APPRECIABLE RECOMMENDATORY University has set Goals and Objectives in relation to its novel “Rural Oriented and Farmer Friendly” mission.Libraries are well equipped with computer, internet, photocopying, scanning facilities and are undergoing the automation.University has developed its vision 2025 dully identifying short and long range plans.Has a Project Planning and Monitoring Cell (PPMC) to keep a tract of various projects.Has its own official Website where in recruitment, admission and other related notifications are periodically uploaded.Periodical backlog faculty recruitment drive by the University reflects about its concern in keeping social justice.Arranging faculty foundation course for the new recrutees by the University is noteworthy.Provision of faculty up-gradation programmes like periodical CAS Assessment, Deputation to prosecute higher studies is a motivating factor to the faculty.The promotions policies to the service personnel have motivated a sense of commitment among the employees.RECOMMENDATORYThe KVAFSU Act 2004, needs to be modified to fall in line with ICAR Model Act.Immediate measures to fill up the vacant teaching and non-teaching positions is essential as only 47% of the faculty cadres and 57% of the non-teaching cadres have been filled up so far.The vacant Professors and Associate Professors cadres are to be filled up on priority.The recruitment drive of non-teaching cadres taken up by the University has to be hasten and completed.The vacant Librarian post requires to be filled up although University has attempted to fill it up.The X-ray facility of Veterinary College, Bidar requires modifications in line with the Regulatory recommendations of BAARC.
34 ACADEMICAPPRECIABLEIn addition, to regular UG & PG programmes University offers MBA in Food Business (Self financed programme), M.V.Sc. (Wildlife) and Diploma in Animal Husbandry.Has implemented the VCI / ICAR recommendations in Toto for both UG & PG programmes.Interdisciplinary support between the constituent colleges is quite strong.Enrolment of girls students is on increasing trend with current enrolment of 27%.The faculty are well acquainted with latest developments and are doing good work.Academic support group arranges coaching for the students.Constituent colleges have adequate classrooms, laboratories, modern equipments, instructional farms, hostels with associated facilities like gymnasium, playgrounds and health care centres.RECOMMENDATORYStudent counselling and placement cell are well established, except for College of Fisheries.The postgraduate scholarship needs a revision to attract the young talents.
35 FINANCEAPPRECIABLEThe accounts of the University have been periodically audited by the State Accounts department and reports have been submitted to the Government.Preparation of Annual Reports is also periodical and upto date.The financial system is fully automated with online core banking facility.Delegation of financial and other powers have been decentralized to a great extent towards good governance.Provision for House building advance and Motor vehicle advance as a welfare measure to the staff is well appreciated.
36 RESEARCH AND EXTENSION APPRECIABLEUniversity has launched its own “Frontier Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science”.RECOMMENDATORYAlthough University supports staff research grant to motivate young faculty towards research, however more extramural research funding proposals should be made by the faculty.Public private partnership mechanism to reach the unreached to be further intensified.Directorate of Research and Extension needs to be further supported.The bi-annual “Frontier Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences” has to be processed for NAAS rating as referred journal.The MOU signed with India Knowledge Corporation, Pune to be explored for conduct of certificate courses.The new KVK sanctioned by ICAR to be established at Doornally, Shapur Tq. of Yadir Dist. to be re-sanctioned under 12th Five Year Plan.
37 DEVELOPMENT STATE GOVT. SUPPORT ICAR SUPPORT STATE AND ICAR SUPPORT To avoid the land encroachment and litigations the scrolling campus of Bidar has to be fully secured by compound wall duly replacing the existing barbed wire fencing.The University Headquarters Bidar should a well built Auditorium for which grant support is required.ICAR SUPPORTBeing nascent University has come forward to organize All India Agri Uni Sports in November 2012 for which the ICAR should extend a grant support of Rs lakhsExisting Internet facilities needs to be amplified with the support of ICAR grants.The academic, hostel and library buildings at College of Fisheries, Mangalore are quite old requiring renovations for which ICAR has to extend one time catch up grant to the University.Furnishing of newly built libraries to provide a comfortable reading zone to the commuters requires ICAR grants support.University Headquarters Bidar requires an International Hostel for which ICAR has to support programmes.STATE AND ICAR SUPPORTThe existing sports facilities needs up-gradation for which the Council and State Govt. should extend financial support.The hostel facilities that are quite old require renovation and redressing which is being attended by the University to some extent and to complete the same the State Govt. and ICAR should extend grant support.Officers quarters and guesthouse are to be built for which the State Govt. and the ICAR should extend grant support to the University.
38 RECOMMENDATIONSAfter a through intensive review as detailed above the Peer Review Team recommends that Karnataka Veterinary, Animal & Fisheries Sciences University, Bidar along with its constituent colleges namely Veterinary College, Bangalore; Veterinary College, Bidar; College of Fisheries; Mangalore and Dairy Science College, Bangalore be accredited for a full term of five years as per ICAR norms.Further, keeping in view the full scale civil work for the construction of well-planned college Buildings, Hostels, Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, Instructional Livestock Farm Complex etc. with the present stop gap arrangements and recruitment of permanent faculty the following constituent colleges along with the degree/diploma programmes mentioned against each may be provisionally accredited for a period of two years. After the end of this period the ICAR may Peer review these colleges once again to ascertain the infrastructure facilities created for running the stipulated degree programmes.
39 RECOMMENDATIONS Contd., 1. Veterinary College, Shimoga : B.V. Sc. & A.H. 2. Veterinary College, Hassan : B.V. Sc. & A.H. 3. Dairy Science College, Mahagoan, Gulbarga : B. Tech (D. Tech) 4. Animal Husbandry Polytechnic, Konehalli Tiptur: Diploma in Animal Husbandry The Peer Review Team also recommends that the University should make its allout efforts to strengthen various academic & physical facilities as pointed out in chapter III pertaining to its assessment. The Peer Review Team also suggests the University that it should commence the Post Graduate Programmes in the disciplines wherever it is lacking with due process of academic approval from the concerned authorities.The Team further recommends that after the ICAR formally communicates the status of Accreditation, the University shall submit yearly report to indicate the steps taken and progress made in addressing the suggestions as made under chapter III.The Education Division of ICAR may monitor and review the yearly progress achieve by the University and place the same to the Accreditation Board for its perusal. The Board after perusal of the progress, may also send an officer of ICAR or an outside expert, if necessary, to make on the spot study at the University on any specific issue(s) relating to the implementation of the Peer Review Teams recommendations.