“Regular program of AFPI, “Free Animal Health Camp” get postponed due to the lockdown” & many more news
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Agroforestry polytechnic Institute planned to conduct animal health camp was postponed due to the pandemic of COVID-19. As per the plan, program was scheduled previously in the month of Chaitra-2076. AFPI normally conducts such programs in every 3 months as a regular program but unfavorable circumstances due to the pandemic didn’t let that happen. As soon as the condition favors, AFPI is fully committed to resume such programs.
“Practicals beyond the syallbus: Bone processing”
AFPI is always ahead in providing quality education. This time, the team of veterinary instructors Dr. Sandip Bhattarai and Dr. Subash Belbase along with the veterinary students( second year) collected the bones, identification of complete bones was done, dispatched it upto the college and carried out the series of steps of processing. Hence, bones were ready for the articulation. Though this was not in the syllabus but students’ passion and desire of learning made it possible to perform this task with maximum efficiency. This is an example that AFPI wouldn’t compromise in delivering the quality education in both theoretical and practical aspect and is determined to continue these kind of activities in future as well.
Livestock farm of AfPI get upgraded with addition of more animals”
Before the beginning of new fiscal year 2077/078, Livestock farm of Agroforestry Polytechnic Institute get upgraded. Animals in the farm previously were inadequate, realizing this fact, dairy cows, buffaloes, goats, sheep and buffalo calves were added in the farm. Furthermore, Poultry farm and modern goat farm is under construction. Apart from these, AFPI is planning to add rabbits in the farm very soon.
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