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Organization, Institutes, Corporate, Society, companies, etc in India are eligible to become the corporate or associate member of the Indian Veterinary Association.
The members will be invited to attend the GB/EC meetings of IVA. Proceeding of the meeting will be sent to the members. They will also receive complementary copies of the Indian Veterinary Journal and other IVA publications free of charge for 10 years.
Corporate membership fee (one time payment) is Rs. 75,000/- (US$ 3000).
Associate membership fee (one time payment) is Rs. 37,500/- (US$ 1500).
Fee payable through bank draft in the name of Indian Veterinary Association payable at New Delhi.


All veterinarians are eligible to become life member of Indian Veterinary Association. IVA life members will be treated as member of the State Chapter of IVA with reference to their current residence. They would be eligible to vote in the State Chapter. They will be invited to all GB and EC meetings of IVA. They will be given LMIVA certificate and a memento. They will also be supplied with Indian Veterinary Journal and other IVA publications free of charge for 10 years.
Life membership fee (one time payment) is Rs.7500/- The amount to be paid with all relevant details in the prescribed application from.
For more details and application form contact :
Dr R.S. Sharma, LMIVA, President, Indian Veterinary Association
27- Gayatri Nagar “B” Maharani Farm, Durgapura, Jaipur -302018
Phone : 0141-2760672, Mobile : 09413341683, Email :


Indian Veterinary Association during the past 80 years of existence played a very active role in many spheres of Veterinary Profession in India. It is unfortunate that IVA is yet to have a permanent office building in Delhi its HQ to effectively contribute to the betterment of veterinary profession.
In this regard we appeal to all professional colleagues to donate liberally for IVA building fund. Donation of Rs.500/- or more towards the IVA building fund from each veterinarian in India will greatly help the good cause. Contributions will be thankfully acknowledged in IVJ. Name of members donating Rs.5000/- or more, will be inscribed on the marble plaque to be fixed in the building at Delhi.
The Donation and Affiliation Fees as Demand Draft or Cheque - payable at par drawn in favour of Indian Veterinary Association payable in Delhi must be sent to:-
Dr. P.K. Kulshrestha, LMIVA, Treasurer, IVA,
47, Krishi Apartments, Plot No. 4, Sector-13, Rohini, New Delhi-110085.
Ph:- 011-27556164; Mobile :- 09810444943.




The Library Block of the Indian Veterinary Journal was inaugurated on 23rd February, 2013 at 2:30 pm at the IVJ premises, Nandanam, Chennai by Dr S. Ayyappan, Secretary, DARE, Department of Agriculture, Government of India and Director General, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi. The Director General also inaugurated the new website of the Indian Veterinary Journal. The function was attended by a distinguished gathering of luminaries of the veterinary profession. Dr S. Ayyappan also garlanded the statue of Dr T. Vinayaka Mudaliar former Editor of the IVJ before commencing of the proceedings.
Dr Dharmendra Sinha, Secretary General of IVA welcomed the august gathering and mentioned various issues confronting the veterinary profession and sought the support of ICAR for overcoming such issues. Budget allocation to Animal Husbandry sector, creation of livestock business environment, minimum support price for animal food products, creation of a sensitive livestock health system, human resourcepool, and various recommendations of IVA made during the 28th General Body meeting of IVA were the points mentioned by Dr Sinha in his address. He also stressed the need to pursue the one world – one health concept envisaged by the FAO.
Dr N. Balaraman, Editor IVJ while presenting the Editor’s report on the IVJ Library block construction, gave a detailed account of various items of expenditure relating to the construction and other items of expenditure incidental to the construction and inauguration of the IVJ library block. He profusely thanked the authorities of the Corporation of Chennai and CMDA for permitting the construction and TNEB for providing extended electrical connections. He expressed his gratefulness to various agencies and institutions involved in the creation of the IVJ website and thanked ICAR, Tamil Nadu Government, TANUVAS and various State and Central agencies for their continued and liberal support. He suggested that the library block of the IVJ must be named after the Founder Editor of the journal Dr. Pangal Srinivasa Rao who managed the affairs of the IVJ for 31 long years from 1924 to1955.
Dr R.S. Sharma, President, IVA in his presidential address recalled the services rendered by veterinary profession in the areas of food production and animal health. He recalled the significant role played by the animal sector and stressed the need for prioritization for the livestock sector in fund allocation. He mentioned the immense potential existing for the unemployed educated youth in the country, in the field of animal husbandry and dairying.
Dr R. Prabakaran, VC, TANUVAS and the Guest of Honour at the function vividly recalled the role of IVJ in meeting the requirements of the students of Veterinary Colleges earlier when no other journal or reference material was available to them for preparing themselves for College admission or job interviews. He commended the IVJ establishment for creating the library infrastructure which will be instrumental in protecting and preserving the archival issues of the journal and valuable books available in IVJ office to be used by students, scholars and general public.
Dr S. Ayyappan delivering his inaugural address observed that he was amazed to see the overwhelming, dedication and commitment of the IVA/IVJ members in carrying out the task of publishing the IVJ for over 70 years without a break since 1924. He was appreciative of the quality of the contents of the IVJ and expressed his warm felicitations for the creation of a separate IVJ website in which the online version of the IVJ will launched hereafter. He also touched upon the valuable services rendered by earlier luminaries of the profession through their involvement in IVA and IVJ.
The function ended with a vote of thanks by Dr M. John Edwin, Associate Editor, IVJ. The function was compered by Dr. V. Titus George, Associate Editor. The function was followed by Tea which was ably arranged by Dr A. Clement Louis Raj and the IVJ establishment staff.