UVAS holds 6th alumni annual reunion
The University of Veterinary and Animal Science (UVAS) Lahore arranged 6th annual reunion of its Alumni Association on its City Campus last night.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Islamabad Feed Dr Muhammad Aslam was chief guest on the occasion while Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha, Dr Mustafa Kammal, Dr Abdul Karim Bhatti and a large number of alumni members attended the reunion. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Muhammad Aslam offered his services assistance always available for the development of UVAS. He advised students to be punctual and value time which waits for none. He said that hard work is the key to success. He asked the students to never forget their roots and serve the humanity.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha welcomed the guests and alumni members and thanked them for participating in the annual get-together. He said that UVAS has done quite an outstanding job through teaching, innovative research and shared its knowledge, resources and skills.
He said UVAS always play a vital role to fight and prevent against fatal diseases of animals through vaccine production, for the development of Livestock and related sector. He also said that Punjab government has approved establishment of a new university named “Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences” at Bahawalpur in collaboration with two Turkish universities, Selcuk University and Ankara University.
Different skits and musical and cultural items were presented by the alumni members.
SYMPOSIUM CONCLUDES: A two-day International Symposium on Dairy Animal Reproduction with the theme “New knowledge new practices” its concluding ceremony held at the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences UVAS Lahore here on Tuesday.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha chaired the concluding session of the symposium while Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad, Prof Dr Manzoor Ahmad a large number of participants came from all over the world were present on the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha said that all the participants must learned innovative knowladge. He urged for improvement in the genetic potential of local breeds. He also lauded the effort of Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad and his team members to arrange such mega event.
There is also organised oral presentation and posters competition in the symposium. In Poster contest Dr Ejaz Ali Channa got 1st Position and Dr Ali Hasnain stood on second Position.
In oral presentation Mubassahar Hassan got 1st Position while Asma-ul-Husna stood on second position. Prof Dr Talat Naseer Pasha gave away cash prize to all the winners of contests and also distributed certificates among all the representatives came from various industries.
Many lecture conducted during the symposium on estrus and ovulation synchronization in cattle and buffalo, extension approaches for improving small dairy holder in Pakistan, fixed time Artificial Insemination in buffalo non-breeding season, nutrition reproduction interactions in dairy animals, ultrasonography and disease diagnosis in cattle reproduction, management of reproductive in disordar in buffaloes and cows, recent advances in bovine semen cryopreservation, regulation of puberty in selection of donor bulls for (Artificial Insamination), reproductive bio-technologies in dairy animal, laproscopic transfer of sperm and embryos in small ruminants etc.