RE - University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Nawaz has called upon the students community to make untiring efforts for continuous improvement in their studies as well as learn more and more in practical fields for the enhancement of livestock, poultry, dairy and agriculture sectors.
Prof Nawaz was talking to a group of 36 students and a lecturer of University of Azad Jummu & Kashmir (AJKU), faculty of agriculture and DVM Department, Rawalakot Campus, who called on him in his office on Wednesday.
UVAS Registrar Dr Kamran Ashraf, Dean Faculty of Life Sciences Business Management Prof Dr Muhammad Aleem, Dean Faculty of Veterinary Sciences Prof Dr Nasim Ahmad were also present. The Vice-Chancellor informed the visiting students that UVAS was one of the oldest institutions in Asia dedicated to quality research and education. He said Punjab Veterinary School was established in 1882, which was upgraded to the level of college in 1905 and then became a university in 2002.