The foundation stone of the College was laid on 30th October, 2014 by the Hon’ble Chief Minister of Punjab. The college became functional from the academic session 2019-20 with the admission of first batch of undergraduate students, B.V.Sc & A.H programme. The college campus is spread over an area of 67 acres comprising of College Buildings, hospital, animal farms, and fodder production area. There is hostel facility for the boys and girls students. There is a well-equipped Teaching Veterinary Hospital to cater the needs of large and small animal health care. The latest diagnostic equipments including X-ray machines, ultrasound etc are available. The college has a well-established diagnostic laboratory for the examination of blood, urine, faeces and tissues etc.
To provide opportunities for enduring education for budding professionals in Veterinary Science.
To run “Referral” hospital for specialized treatment and provide clinical training to students.
To provide consultancy and specialist services to livestock owners, government, semi-government and allied agencies.
To encourage faculty development by providing opportunities to participate in appropriate training programmes, conferences, workshops, seminars, symposia etc.
To encourage teamwork and collaboration with other departments, colleges, universities and industries, both nationwide and globally
To train veterinary professionals including Master’s and Doctorate level specialists competent of handling livestock vigor and production aspects according to the needs of State Government and allied agencies.
To coordinate research in all sectors of veterinary and animal sciences with emphasis on animal health, production and processing technologies with multidisciplinary approach.
To develop collaborative research linkages with other international and national research institutes and universities.
To guide and assist the university scientists in acquiring funding for new research projects from national/international funding agencies.
To define future thrust areas and execute short term/long term research strategies.
To organize research activities designed to improve health and production of animals in state.
Developing low cost, cutting-edge technologies that are proficiently transferable to state farmers, entrepreneurs and other stake holders.
To orient the research mandates for economic upliftment of the state livestock farmers