National Research Centre on Camel, Bikaner Rajasthan was established in the year 1995 as Private Institute Educational Institute to provide higher education to build a career in the field of Veterinary Science. Management of National Research Centre on Camel.
National Research Centre on Camel, Bikaner Rajasthan was established in the year 1995 as a Private Institute Educational Institute to provide higher education to build a career in the field of Veterinary Science. ICAR-National Research Centre on Camel, Bikaner, is a Premier Research Centre of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) which is an autonomous organization under the Department of Agricultural Research and Education, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Government of India. Management of the National Research Centre on Camel, Bikaner is working under Dr. N.V. Patil (Director).
National Research Centre On Camel, Bikaner NRCN approved by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR).
National Research Centre On Camel, Bikaner NRCN Courses are offered at various levels Undergraduate Degree i.e Bachelor of Veterinary Science (B.V.Sc), Postgraduate Degree i.e Master of Veterinary Science (M.V.Sc) in Animal Genetics and Breeding like and many more. You can also find a brief overview of the different courses the university offers across various disciplines with their specializations on the Course page.
NRCN AGRICULTURE KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT UNIT
To enhance accessibility to research information. To build the capacity to organize, store, retrieve, and use the relevant information in the agricultural research infrastructure. To provide electronic options to plan, execute, monitor, and evaluate research programs. To provide a facility to organize online meetings/seminars.
NRCN Facilities available
Internet connectivity with email facility to all Sections through NKN Network. Local Area Network for accessibility. Wifi Facility Scanning and Printing Statistical software SAS to scientific/technical staff of NRCC. E-circulation of official notices.
The library has 8179 documents which include books, bound journals, and theses. The NRCC library subscribed following journals (Print copy) published by DKMA, ICAR, New Delhi.The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences
NRCN Indian Farming
The NRCC library subscribed to 12 newspapers and 8 popular magazines. The NRCC Library is a member institution of the Consortium for e-Resources in Agriculture (CeRA) program of DKMA, ICAR, New Delhi, The CeRA provides online access facility for national and international e-journals and e-books. The Library has vast collections of Annual Reports of ICAR Animal Science institutes, M.V.Sc. and Ph.D. Theses, and Reprints of research articles on a camel. VETCD CD-ROM database is available in the library. The library uses Software for University Libraries (SOUL) software developed by INFLIBNET Centre (UGC), AhmedabadThe Library facilities have also been extended to all enthusiasts of the premier academic and research institution across the city. NRCN HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENTNRCN Research ProgrammeDevelopment of human resources in the area of camel health and husbandry and linkages of national and international resources
NRCN Research Activities
Training of scientists/veterinarians from line departments/SAUs / NGOs in different aspects of camel health and production training of camel keepers/farmers on the art and science of camel husbandryKnowledge process dissemination through Kisan mela, Kisan gothic, animal fairs, print & electronic media. Organization of summer institute/ conference/ workshopInterinstitutional linkages and coordination Centre imparts training to the scientists/veterinarians in the following fieldsCamel management and health
Molecular markers for characterization of camel breeds.
Sonography of reproductive organs and cryo-preservation of camel semen.Preparation of camel milk products.Diagnosis and control of camel diseases. Followings foreign students were given training / carried out their research work at the Centre: Dr . Fawzy M.Abo-Donia of APRIm Ministry of Agric. & Land Reclamation, NodiEi-Said St., Dokki Giza, Egypt, in Animal Nutrition sponsored by CV Raman Fellowship of FICCI and Govt. of IndiaMr.Wathig Hashim Mohammed of Tubool Camel Research Centre, Resources Research Corporation, Khartoum, Sudan, in Molecular Genetics. Dr. Davide Monaco of the University of Bari, Aldo Moro, Italy for Ph.D. research work in camel reproduction. Dr. Abbussamad Muhammad Abbussamad, Ph.D. Scholar from Georg-August University Goettingen, Albercht-Thaer-Weg 3, 37075 Geottingen, Germany in Camel Reproduction.Benedicte Benuelt, trainee student from Sup Agro Centre Internatioal d’ etudes Superieures en Science agronomiques, Montpellier Cedex, FRANCE in Camel Reproduction.
To create impactful knowledge and develop innovative, ethical, responsible, and global leaders, who will transform organizations and society at large.
Developing innovative engagement and assessment tools based on best global practices for delivering academic rigor.