Mission and Vision

Mission:

The mission of the Department of Microbiology, Parasitology, and Biotechnology (DMPB) is to advance knowledge and understanding of microbial and parasitic diseases affecting animals through cutting-edge research, innovative diagnostic methods, and the development of biotechnological solutions. We strive to protect animal health, enhance animal welfare, and contribute to public health by providing expertise, education, and services in the fields of veterinary microbiology, parasitology, and biotechnology.

Vision:

Our vision is to be a leading center of excellence in microbiology, parasitology, and biotechnology, recognized globally for our groundbreaking research, exceptional education and training programmes, and outstanding service to the veterinary and scientific communities. We envision a future where our department plays a pivotal role in the prevention, control, and management of infectious diseases in animals, and where our biotechnological advancements contribute to sustainable agriculture, improved animal production, and the development of novel therapies and vaccines for animal and human health. Through collaboration, innovation, and a commitment to excellence, we aim to make a lasting impact on veterinary medicine and biotechnology and the well-being of animals worldwide.

Philosophy:

The Department of Microbiology, Parasitology, and Biotechnology operates under the philosophy that the understanding and management of microbial and parasitic diseases are essential for safeguarding animal health, promoting animal welfare, and protecting public health. We believe in the power of scientific inquiry, multidisciplinary collaboration, and technological advancements to address the challenges posed by infectious diseases and contribute to the overall well-being of animals and society. Our department embraces a holistic approach that integrates research, education, and service to drive innovation and make a meaningful impact in the field of Microbiology, Parasitology and Biotechnology.