Our Achievements are the result of our regular efforts, hardwork & sincerity towards the betterment of our veterinarians. We are promised to provide our best services to the veterinarians. Below are the achievements of Indian Veterinary Association and Pashu Chikitsak Mahasangh for your reference:
  1. Advisory on Common Organogram and nomenclature of Veterinary Cadre for all states.

    On IVA demand and perusal, and advisory with common nomenclature for state Animal Husbandry Department was issued on 6th November 2019. This uniformity will lead to further demand of parity of pay scales and allowances among all states of India.
  2. Advisory for implementation of DACP to Veterinary Doctors of all states of India.

    DACP has been accorded to Veterinary Doctors of Para Military Forces of India due to court case of Dr. C.S Sahukar, Dr. Ranvir Singh Gehlawat, DVA. IVA has pursued the case and is in process of implementation in DAHD after the amendment in the nomenclature in DAHD.
  3. Election to Veterinary Council of India

    PCM filed a Public Interest Litigation in Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana High Court whereby Govt. of India was directed to hold long pending elections to Veterinary Council of India. Now, the process of elections that too online is going on at a brisk pace. The Indian Veterinary Practitioners Register has been updated from the year 2014-15 to 2018-19 The gazette notification regarding online voting procedures amendment and for the election to VCI under clause (g) of sub section (3) of section 3 of IVC act 1984 issued.
  4. Implementation of Section 30(b) of Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984

    PCM filed a Public Interest Litigation in Hon'ble Punjab and Haryana High Court whereby Govt. of India was directed to implement Section 30(b) of Indian Veterinary Council Act, 1984. A committee of 08 Directors of states was formed to give recommendations on the same. It is under process and we are following it. This will lead to creation of around 35 thousand more posts of Veterinarians and also quackery will be dealt a deadly blow and quality Veterinary Services made available to the animals owners of the Country.
  5. Organization of International Seminar of IVA 2019

    Indian Veterinary Association organized International Seminar of IVA 2019 on July 26th-27th 2019 at NASC Complex, PUSA Road, New Delhi in which Hon'ble Minister Sh. P.C Sarangi, Hon'ble Secretary Sh. Tarun Shridhar, IAS, Dr. Parveen Malik, Animal Husbandry Commissioner, Dr. S.K. Gulati, Sh. Badrinaryan Choudhoury, BKS, Vice Chancellors, Directors, Scientists and delegates from all over India participated
  6. Organization of National Seminar at Guwahati on June 28th 2019

  7. Organization of National Seminar at Patna on September 09th 2019

  8. Joined Commonwealth Veterinary Association and Dr. Chirantan Kadian, President, nominated as Councilor India

  9. Dr. Chirantan Kadian, President IVA, participated in OIE Regional Workshop on PPP mode at Kathmandu as IVA delegate on October 17th-18th 2019

  10. Indian Veterinary Association intervened with Pashu Chikitsak Parishad Haryana and got exemption orders from election duty from Punjab and Haryana High Court for States of Haryana and Punjab

  11. Indian Veterinary Association intervened in agitations of U.P Veterinary Association, Enumeration duty in livestock census from Enumerator to Supervisor in Tamil Nadu, election exemption duty in Jharkhand, Student Agitation in Madhya Pradesh, suspension of VAS in Chattisgarh and Veterinary Officers in U.P

  12. Indian Veterinary Association got the police case registered against Lady Vet in Telangana by CM Telangana withdrawn. IVA also led protests across the Country in brutal murder of Dr.Priyanka Reddy

  13. Indian Veterinary Association has been pursuing the various demands at the level of Central and State Govts. We organized a national press conference at Press Club of India on June 9th 2019 to thank Hon'ble Prime Minister of India for creation of separate Ministry of Fisheries, Animal Husbandry and Dairying

  14. Indian Veterinary Association is actively perusing the long pending demand for creation of Indian Council of Fisheries and Veterinary Research (ICFVR). IVA presented a memorandum to P.P Mananiya Dr. Mohan ji Bhagwat Sarsangchalak and attended Pashu Vaidik Sneh Parivar Milan programme at Nagpur

  15. Indian Veterinary Association perused the demand for aid to State Veterinary Council's and got a directive issued to all State Govts. to make budgetary provision to provide for salary and establishment costs

  16. Indian Veterinary Association is affiliate body of World Veterinary Association and Commonwealth Association and sharing all information with the State Associations and Life Members of IVA

  17. Indian Veterinary Association has become active member of National Task force on Rabies and Commonwealth Lab. on Rabies at Bengaluru

  18. Indian Veterinary Association is always responsive to the call of Veterinarians across the country

  19. Introduction of Combined Vaccine of HS and FMD Under FMD CP Programme of Govt.of India.

    We succeeded in getting combined vaccine of HS and FMD under introduced in Haryana as trial project which will benefit the cattle, farmers, veterinarians, veterinary paraprofessionals, the state exchequer and human resource component including logistics. On completion of the trial project, it will be introduced throughout the country.