Veterinary Surgery

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History, Aims and Objectives

The Department of Veterinary Surgery and Reproductive Medicine was founded as one of the six inaugural Departments of the newly created Faculty of Veterinary Medicine during the 1976/77 academic session. Before then, the newly created Faculty of Veterinary Medicine was under the Faculty of Agriculture. At inception of Department of Veterinary Surgery and Reproductive Medicine, there were seven academic staff namely: Mali, Omamaegbe, R.O.C. Kene, Deribe, Ibebunjo Obiwevi, Stella Okoye and C.A. Eze, which according to the master plan should have grown to at least twenty-four by now. This growth has never been achieved and currently, there are eight academic staff only in the Department (4 Senior Lecturers, 1 Lecturer I and 3 Lecturer II). This is read more…

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