(Under the aegis of Indian Society for Certification of Veterinary Pathologists, Registered under Societies Registration Act 1860)
Indian College of Veterinary Pathologists (ICVP) was established in 2008 as an independent certification organization for personal accreditation in India. It aims for the advancement of Veterinary Pathology and its sub-specializations including Clinical Pathology, Avian Pathology, Aquatic Animal Pathology, Toxicologic Pathology, Laboratory Animal Pathology etc. by establishing standards of training and experience. The organization was pioneered, conceived & developed by a group of twenty-two life members of the Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists having recognizable stature in academia, research, industry and practice, identified as Charter Members. ICVP eventually aims for harmonization of professional and ethical standards in Veterinary Pathology practice on an international platform for the benefit of the society in general.
ICVP Board Certification Examination 2020 has been scheduled on September 12-13, 2020 at Palampur (HP)
The complete application as per guidelines of ICVP along with an examination fee must reach to Registrar ICVP, Dr. Amarjit Singh, Professor, Department of Veterinary Pathology, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana - 141004 by speed-post dispatched on or before 29th February 2020.
The Annual Technical Session of Indian College of Veterinary Pathologists commenced on November 8, 2019 at 9:30 AM in the conference hall of the Administration Block of COVS, Selesih, CAU, Aizawl. The session was coordinated by Dr. Amarjit Singh, Secretary ICVP. Over 100 delegates attended the session. The session was chaired by Dr. V.K. Gupta, President ICVP, Co-chaired by Dr. D.V. Joshi, and Rapporteur was Dr. Nitin Dev Singh.
The session started with the presidential address by Dr. T.V. AnilKumar, outgoing President ICVP. He told the delegates regarding the functioning and importance of ICVP and how it will help the young pathologists in the coming time.
In the initial part of the session three expert invited lectures were delivered under ICVP Model Case Presentation by experienced ICVP Diplomates. Dr. Arvind Ingle presented the format of properly writing the post mortem reports and how a Pathologist should describe the various gross and histopathology lesions in order to reach a conclusive diagnosis. Dr. S. K. Panda presented ‘A Case of Theileriosis in Giraffe’ and recommended that tick control is of utmost importance in wild animals and zoo animals to prevent deadly tick-borne disease. Dr. N. Pazhanivel, presented ‘An Outbreak of Duck Plague’ which lead to huge mortality in ducks. The outbreak was triggered by transport stress to the birds.