LAHORE: Students should excel in the veterinary profession through practical skills and set targets of where they want to see themselves in 10 years, said the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore (UVAS) Vice-Chancellor Dr Talat Naseer Pasha. “UVAS always provides its full support for capacity building and professional development of its students and researchers.” He expressed these views during a World Rabies Day event organised by UVAS in City Campus. UVAS arranged a walk, seminar, presentation on rabies and a vaccination camp to create awareness among the public on the viral disease. The VC led the walk while a large number of students and faculty members participated. UVAS Pet Centre started the camp by vaccinating a dog. Later a seminar chaired by the VC was held at the conference hall. The VC advised students to engage in professional activities including pet practice, food science and technologies, meat science and nutrition while exploring new opportunities, innovations, methodologies and developments for the future.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 29th, 2019.