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Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology and Biotechnology (ISVIB) is interested in compiling scientific profile of its members and publish it electronically as e-profile. In this context updated information is necessary which may be sent in the format given on or before 02.12.2017 to the Secretary, ISVIB by email. Information may be disseminated to other ISVIB members.

XXIV Annual Convention of
Indian Society for Veterinary Immunology & Biotechnology (ISVIB)
National Symposium

“Recent Trends in Veterinary Immunology and
Biotechnology for doubling farmers’ income through Livestock
Health and Production”

One day Satellite Seminar for Veterinary Officers on 7th
December 2017

Dec 5 - 7, 2017

College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences,
Parbhani-431 402 (M.S.)

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The Indian society of veterinary immunology and biotechnology, popularly called as “ISVIB” is a conglomerate organization of primarily veterinary scientists from microbiology, biotechnology, preventive medicine, parasitology, animal reproduction and fisheries disciplines with the objective of fostering the growth of veterinary immunology and biotechnology in the era of biological technology. The organization was started in the year 1990 by collective visionary zeal of Drs.P.Richard Masillamony, B.B.Mallick, and B.S.Keshavamoorthy, during an interactive session at Tirupathi.
This registered society motivates the members to discuss, analyze and formulate suitable strategies for safeguarding animal health and thus to ensure improved animal production. To achieve this annual national conventions and symposiums are organized to critically analyse and update our knowledge and understand issues concerning with gene based technologies in animal production and health Since then the organization has grown in strength with a current membership of over 1000 scientists both from India and abroad. The first green revolution of the country was possible by visionaries and classical genetic and microbiological technologies, with the second undoubtedly biotechnology based. This forum will maintain the tempo amongst its members and the profession by highlighting our role in the coming years for not only a hunger free world but also a world of balanced nutrition and freedom from zoonotic diseases using biotechnology in veterinary and fisheries sphere of agriculture.