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T.U. Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Dr. Krishna Kaphle

Director, T.U. Veterinary Teaching Hospital

Associate Professor-Veterinary Theriogenology

 E-mails: krishna.kaphle@pakc.tu.edu.np; krishnakaphledr@gmail.com

Phone: : +977-71-506150; Cell: 9845056734
 

Objectives of VTH is to establish One Health approach led teaching, learning, clinical service and research in the 

  • To train the both undergraduate and postgraduate veterinary students’ in fields related to treatment, prevention and basic and practical knowledge of diseases.
  • To conduct an internship program for undergraduate students of veterinary Science.
  • To conduct On the Job Training programs for JT/JTAs.
  • To conduct training for local and national livestock farmers regarding animal health, management and other skills related to disease prevention and treatment.
  • To conduct Outpatient Door service for local and other farmers of Siddhartha nagar municipality as well as 
  • To treat and prevent the diseases of livestock, pet, poultry and wild animals of local farmers.
  • To strengthen its outreach service through mobile clinics to surrounding local governing bodies (Inside and outside Rupandehi district) in the name Animal Health and Infertility camp.
  • To conduct its outreach program as ONE HEALTH concept with stakeholders as human medical college and hospitals for generating awareness programs in ZOONOTIC and reverse ZOONOTIC diseases.
  • To conduct its outreach program in coordination with local, provincial and federal government statutory body working on veterinary service and animal health
  • To act in coordination with government and non-government offices for the promotion of animal health and management.
  • To act as Referral Hospital of Province 5 for the promotion of animal health and management
  • To act as Research Station of the country in animal health and management especially focusing on dairy and meat.
  • Animal Health, Animal Welfare and Public Health are our prime concerns.