ⓘ Madras Veterinary College

                                     

ⓘ Madras Veterinary College

The Madras Veterinary College, the college affiliated with Tamil Nadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, is a veterinary college situated in Vepery, Chennai, India. The college was established on 1 October 1903 in a small building known as Doblin Hall.

The College became affiliated with the University of Madras in 1936 and became the first College to offer a bachelors degree in the field of veterinary medicine in India. In 1989, the first veterinary University in India, Tamil Nadu veterinary and biological Sciences University TANUVAS was formed and the College became affiliated with it.

                                     
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