Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology


Trinocular Research Microscope, ELISA reader, Laminar flow, Cooling Centrifuge, BOD Incubator, Stomacher, Deep freezer (-20°C), Cell Sonicator, Projector, etc.

Teaching Activities:

B.V.Sc. & A.H. Programme: AS per MSVE Regulations-2008 (9 Credit Hrs.)
M.V.Sc.  Programme As per ICAR Revised Postgraduate Course Curricula-2009 (60 Credit Hrs.)

Research Priorities:

  • Microbial Food borne Pathogens of animal origin.
  • Zoonotic diseases from livestock and pet animals.
  • Epidemiological studies of infectious diseases with special reference to zoonotic diseases in North Eastern States.
  • Air and water borne diseases and related environmental research.

Research activities:

  • Microbial evaluation of milk and milk products of Aizawl with special reference to Staphylococcus aureu(PI:Dr. Jully Gogoi Tiwari; IRP/Completed)
  • Studies on the prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in pig and pork in Aizawl region. (PI: Dr Jully Gogi Tiwari; IRP/Completed)                   
  • Health survey and mortality pattern in chicken under village poultry production system in Central Mizoram”      (PI: Dr. Devajani Deka; IRP/Completed)

Extension & Other Activities:

  • Public awareness activities on zoonoses, frequently arranging poster shows on zoonoses of regional importance.                                                  
  • Demonstration of rapid water and milk quality tests during different animal health camps, community health workshops and NSS camps
  • World zoonoses day is observed on 6th July every year to educate people regarding the impact of zoonoses and public health.


Department Activities

Teaching Faculty

Associate Professor
M.V.Sc., Ph.D.
Head of Department
Assistant Professor
M.V.Sc., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
M.V.Sc., Ph.D.

Supporting Staff

Mr. Malsawmtluanga
Field-cum-Lab Assistant
Mrs. Mary Lalhmingliani
Multi Tasking Staff