Dimapur, April 28: The World Veterinary Day on the theme ‘Value of vaccination ‘organized by Nagaland Veterinary Association, Nagaland State Veterinary Council and Department of A.H & V.S was held on April 27 at Rhododendron Hall, Chumukedima police complex.
Special guest R.Khing, Advisor A.H & V.S said only the veterinarians can study and observe the health problems of animals and treat them by the use of wisdom. R Khing also explained the value of vaccination and observed that more importance should be given to preventive vaccine to make the animals immune.
On the occasion, he urged the veterinarians and different animal welfare associations to work for increase in production and to implement more schemes to our state, besides preventing cruelty to animals.
Guest of honor, Dr Longriniken, Advisor, Law & Justice, said, “As we celebrate the world veterinary day along with the rest of the world let us keep in mind we are professionals working for the upliftment of the economy of our state as well as the farmers.”
If we work with sincerity and dedication I believe veterinarians can become one of the most sought after professional job, he said and encouraged the veterinarians to work hard and become successful livestock entrepreneurs.
Highlighting on the theme ‘Value of vaccination’, Dr Catherine Rutsa, associate professor, SASARD, described that the value of vaccination can also be interpreted as impact of vaccination, outcome of vaccination, worth of vaccination or similar expression. She added that vaccines are possibly one of the most prized tools in a veterinarian kitbox.
Responsibilities as a veterinarian in forest service, civil service, police service, were delivered by Dr Sentitula IFS Peren, Dr Tinujongshi Chang NCS Jalukie, Dr Mukim Shiu, NPS, Commandant, 11 IRP Ruzaphema. Dr Aomangyang Walling, President NSVC highlighted the IVC Act/ NSVC Rules.
(Page News Service)