1st Annual International Conference on Veterinary & Animal Sciences – 2015 (ICVAS 2015)

Organization: TIIKM Conferences

Venue: Galadari Hotel

Location: Colombo, Sri Lanka

Event Date/Time: Dec 15, 2015 End Date/Time: Dec 16, 2015
Registration Date: Nov 15, 2015
Early Registration Date: Sep 30, 2015
Abstract Submission Date: Oct 15, 2015
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Welcome to the website of the (ICVAS 2015)1st Annual International Conference on Veterinary & Animal Sciences. The Conference will be held during 15 – 16 December 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka under the theme of “Livestock for Sustainable Livelihood Improvement”

Sustainable development emphasizes a holistic, equitable and far-sighted approach to decision-making at all levels. It emphasizes not just strong economic performance but intra-generational and inter-generational equity. Most of the rural and sub-rural community of the globe depends majorly on livestock for their livelihoods as it provides fuel, food, manure and income. Apart from extensive work carried out on various aspects of livestock promotion, ‘livestock as a means of livelihood’ is still a neglected area. Directional approach of the governments, researchers and all stake-holders towards enhancement of livestock production systems is the only pathway towards sustainable agriculture and livestock.

The first International Conference on Veterinary & Animal Sciences (ICVAS-2015) is being organized with the theme of “Livestock for Sustainable Livelihood Improvement”. It aims to create a platform for researchers, scientists, academicians and literati to discuss latest trends being carried out in various geological locations of the world in respect of livestock sustainability. It will provide an opportunity to explore solutions and devise a directional approach towards poverty alleviation in rural/sub-rural areas of the world through enhancement in livestock.

Venue

Lotus Road
Colombo
Sri Lanka
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Organizations

TIIKM Conferences
No; 288/1/1, Old kottawa road, Embuldeniya, Nugegoda 10250, Sri Lanka.
Colombo
10250
Sri Lanka

Conference Speakers

Dr.Umer Farooq Assistant Professor,Physiology, University College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur,Pakistan.

 

Exhibits included

Sustainable development emphasizes a holistic, equitable and far-sighted approach to decision-making at all levels. It emphasizes not just strong economic performance but intra-generational and inter-generational equity. Most of the rural and sub-rural community of the globe depends majorly on livestock for their livelihoods as it provides fuel, food, manure and income. Apart from extensive work carried out on various aspects of livestock promotion, ‘livestock as a means of livelihood’ is still a neglected area. Directional approach of the governments, researchers and all stake-holders towards enhancement of livestock production systems is the only pathway towards sustainable agriculture and livestock.

The first International Conference on Veterinary & Animal Sciences (ICVAS-2015) is being organized with the theme of “Livestock for Sustainable Livelihood Improvement”. It aims to create a platform for researchers, scientists, academicians and literati to discuss latest trends being carried out in various geological locations of the world in respect of livestock sustainability. It will provide an opportunity to explore solutions and devise a directional approach towards poverty alleviation in rural/sub-rural areas of the world through enhancement in livestock.

    CONFERENCE TRACKS

1. Trends in Livestock Health: Problems and Challenges  Emerging and Re-emerging Infectious and Zoonotic Diseases Diagnostics, Prognostics and Therapeutics Neonatal Health Care and Herd Management Trends in Molecular Diagnosis

3. Socio-economic Aspects  Role of Women in Livestock Production Role of Indigenous Livestock in Sustainability Climate Change and Adaptation Options for Sustainable Livestock Production Veterinary Extension Services and Awareness

2. Physiology and Reproduction  Physiological Particularities of Livestock Assisted Reproductive Techniques Endocrine Disruptors and Developing World Optimal Fertility Rate of Livestock in Developing Nations

4. Livestock Production and Management  Nutritional Strategies and Requirements in Climate Change Scenario Livestock Production Systems in Tropics Animal Feed Resources and Forage Conservation Breeding Strategies for Sustainability

5. Veterinary Education 

One Health, One World Accreditation and Attestation of Veterinary Institutes Devising Course Curricula for Global Challenges Integration of Animal Welfare in Veterinary Education