Animal Biochemistry sector
The industry of Animal Biotechnology
Animal Breeding & Genetics Industry
Animal Nutrition and Husbandry
Livestock Economics and its verticals
Veterinary Gynecology & Obstetrics
Veterinary Pathology and its details
Drug Safety/Pharmacovigilance Associates
Mounted Regiments Associates
Veterinary science offers a large number of avenues of work and the demand for Veterinary doctors has increased tremendously.
Veterinarians can choose to work with the government animal husbandry departments, poultry farms, dairy farms, sheep and rabbit farms, race clubs, stud farms, private and government veterinary hospitals and clinics.
Wildlife sanctuaries and zoological parks, as well as aviaries, need veterinarians.
The Army and the Border Security Forces also employ veterinarians for the care and treatment of their mounted regiments which have horses, mules, camels and dogs.
Private practice is another option they can consider.
Teaching is another option for experienced professionals are recruited in various institutions to train the new entrants to the field.
Besides regular practice, vets can also take up research work, either on their own or in association with the government such as ICAR (Indian Council for Agricultural Research).