IVPD
 

Annual Report

In-service Training Facility of Advance Veterinary Education and Professional Development of Veterinary Professionals.

Duration: 3 year                Total Cost: 176.67 million

“In-Service Training Facility of Advance Veterinary Education and Professional Development for Veterinary Professionals” worth 176.67 Million a project for training veterinary professionals. IVPD project comprises three major components that is the Foreign and domestic training and the dedicated training building equipped with hostel facility. A total of 465 participants from Veterinary Institutes and L&DD Department will trained under different foreign and local training courses, workshops and professional development programs out of which 243 participants have already been trained.

Project Progress & Activities

The Team of IVPD conducted the following trainings:

Sr. No.

Title of the Training

No. of Participants

Organizing Department

Dates

From

To

Local Training Organized

1

5-Days Ministerial Staff Training

20

IVPD

23rd April 2018

27th April 2018

Training-workshop of ministerial staff which was approved by the Worthy Vice Chancellor under the Project “IN SERVICE TRAINING FACILITY OF ADVANCE VETERINARY EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR VETERINARY PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT” financed by government of the Punjab. This training program was designed keeping in mind to enhance the professional skills of Ministerial Staff who are associated with the veterinarians and the office dealing in veterinary education at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences Lahore. Weeklong training covered major areas related to good governance, quality assurance, communication skills, how to manage financial resources (Purchase process), Information Technology equipment management and administrative skills.
Day 1:

  • Opening and Introduction
  • Good Governance
  • Systems and Structure in higher education institutions.

Day 2:

  • Quality Assurance –in academics and research related activities
  • Communication Skills –How to communicate with students

Day 3:

  • Finance –How to manage your financial resources (Bills and Budget)
  • Audit and Accounts –Things must need to be considered

Day 4:

  • Writing Skills –Points to be considered in writing letters, applications, memos in HEC.
  • Essential of Professional Conduct

Day 5:

  • IT Equipment Management Skills
  • Administrative Skills –How to manage your official filing
  • Closing

2

Mapping Of Dvm Curriculum For Oie Compliance And Integrated Learning Interventions

34

IVPD

May 7th, 2018

May 11th, 2018

The training program was designed keeping in mind the local as well as global expectations from a graduating veterinarian, and the evolving teaching-learning paradigms. Increasingly, there were discussions that how DVM curriculum in Pakistan can benefit from improved alignment with OIE guidelines regarding Day-1 competencies and Veterinary Education Core Curriculum. In this week-long activity, the participants were briefed about evolving need to map the DVM curriculum for international compliances and accreditations. Further down the track, they were trained to develop table of specifications to ensure alignment of intended learning of the students with the teaching-assessment practices through modular learning interventions. Lastly, the participants were guided through review of the existing curriculum while applying the learning achieved in the earlier sessions.


7TH MAY - DAY 1

0900-1030

Inaugural Session

 

1030 -1100

Tea Break

 

1100-1130

Pre-program assessment

Moderator: Dr Syed Muhammad Faheem Ahmad

1130 – 1330

DVM Curriculum  - Local Wisdom and Global Compliance Requirements 

Prof Dr Masood Rabbani Dean FVS

1330-1430

Lunch and Prayers

 

1430-1530

Break-out session – Task Assignment (Gap Analysis and Lecture Split)

Moderator: Dr Hafsa Zaneb

8th MAY – DAY 2

0900 - 1100

Curricula Relevance with Field Challenges

Prof Dr Muhammad Aleem

1100-1130

Tea Break

 

1130-1330

Stress Management

Prof Dr Ahsan Numan

1330-1430

Lunch and Prayers

 

1430-1530

Break-out session – task progress review

Moderator: Dr Hafsa Zaneb

9th MAY – DAY 3

0900 - 1100

Curricular Alignment Through Blueprinting

Dr Amina Ahmad

1100-1130

Tea Break

 

1130-1330

Why, What and How of Modular Integrated Curriculum

Dr Amina Ahmad

1330-1430

Lunch and Prayers

 

1430-1530

Break-out session - task progress review

Moderator: Dr Hafsa Zaneb

10th MAY – DAY 4

0900 - 1100

Case-based Learning (CBL)

Prof Dr Irshad Hussain

1100-1130

Tea Break

 

1130-1330

Are we Nurturing Team-ship?

Dr Muhammad Ali Hamza

1330-1430

Lunch and Prayers

 

1430-1530

Break-out session - task progress review

Moderator: Dr Hafsa Zaneb

11th MAY – DAY 5

0900 - 1030

Academic Publishing in Veterinary Science –Ethical Issues

Prof Dr Habib ur Rehman

1030-1100

Tea Break

 

1100-1300

Group presentations
Post-program assessment

Moderator: Dr Hafsa Zaneb
& Dr Syed Muhammad Faheem Ahmad

1300-1430

Lunch and Prayers

 

1430-1530

Concluding Session

 

 

3

UVAS Dairy Training Modules for Buffaloes and Cows

15

IVPD

20th June 2018

19th July 2018

The training session (20-06-2018 to 19-07-2018) was comprised of four different modules. These modules were covered in four sessions (Reproduction, Nutrition, Medicine and Live Stock Management). Each session contains the Five-day training programs. Its name was V.Os training program. The training was organized at University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, B-block Pattoki. Veterinary officers of LNDD Department lecturer and assistant professor of UVAS participated in UVAS-T&RDFP (Training & Research Demonstration Farm Program) training program. Dr. Hifzul Rehman (Training Coordinator) and Dr. Atif Amin (Social Mobilizer/ Facilitator) warmly welcomed and took brief introduction of all the training participants at 08:45. The training programs were
started at 09:00 regularly. During trainings, Participants got a privilege to learn and work on different farm management practices (animal husbandry, nutrition, health and reproduction) related to American Holstein Friesian, Buffaloes (Nili Ravi) and Sahiwal cows. Trainings remained continued till 13:30 regularly. After the completion of training, participants were awarded with training completion certificates.

4

Senior Management Program for UVAS “Preparing for International
Recognition & Local Impact”

27

 

9 July 2018

13 July 2018

A 5-days executive development program "Senior Management Program for UVAS - Preparing for International Recognition and Local Impact " was conducted for senior management of UVAS including Deans, Chairpersons, Principals, Directors and Registrar. The program was organized under “In-Service Training Facility of Advance Veterinary Education and Professional Development for Veterinary Professional” (IVPD), a project funded by the Government of Punjab. The program was designed and conducted at Rausing Executive Development Center (REDC), LUMS. 
The program focused on multiple themes encompassing various aspects of daily business of a specialized higher education institute like UVAS, though with a futuristic approach. The participants were  familiarized with contemporary university governance mechanisms and tools which may help them prepare for better rankings and accreditation along with the challenges of managing the organizational change. Moreover, they were introduced to the contemporary concepts of of stakeholder management to enable them to better deal with the key strategic stakeholders in the public and private sectors. Also, the participants got to learn about faculty management and succession planning with emphasis on recruitment, engagement, development & succession. 

5

Rabies Free Lahore

45

 

13 September 2018

17 September 2018

3-09-2018 (Day 1) Recitation of Holy Quran 9:00 - 9:05 am Welcome Address: Pro-Vice chancellor/ Dean FVS, Prof. Dr. Masood Rabbani 9:05 -9:10am Remarks: Dr. Hafsa Zaneb, Director IVPD 9:10-9-15am Remarks: Rabies Free Karachi representative 9:15 – 9:40am Video message: Dr. Bernadette Abela- ridder (team leader of the neglected zoonotic diseases, Department of control of neglected tropical diseases, WHO) Mr. Daniel Steward (Animal behaviorist, WHO) 9.40- 10:00am One Health Approach to Elimination of Rabies by 2030: Experience of Rabies Free Karachi (RFK) Pilot Project - Dr. Naseem Salahuddin, Head, Dept. Of Infectious Diseases, The Indus Hospital 10.00-10:30 am Dog Behavior and Restraining - Prof Dr Asim Khalid 10:30-10:45am Rescue activities for stray dogs - Dr Kiran Maheen 10.45-10.50am Break 10:50-11:00 Overview of project - Mr. Aftab Goher, Team Lead Rabies Program, The Indus Hospital 11:00- 13:15pm Team building: HR selection, organization Setting up MDV initiative Community engagement and education Dog count survey Dog catching, vaccination and handling Animal sterilization surgeries Rabies data collector devices: how to use and map GPS coordinates of vaccinated dog Equipment required: hardware and software; consumables and fixed assets Lessons learned 14-09-2018 (Day 2) Training Class room training 9:00-9:30am Community engagement and education through SALT Approach (Stimulate, Appreciate, Learn and Transfer) 9:30-10:15am Participation of women 10:15-10:25am 2 Brochures, Flyers distribution 10:25-10:35am Break 10:35-11:00am Garbage removal 11:00-11:20am Mass Dog Vaccination: rules, formal training, do’s and don’ts 11:20- 12:00pm Dog catching using control poles 12:00pm – onwards 15-09-2018 (Day 3) Field training Dog catching using control poles 9:00amonwards 16-09-2018 (Day 4) Field training Dog catching using control poles 9:00amonwards 17-09-2018 (Day 5) Concluding session A step towards Rabies Free Lahore- Pro-Vice chancellor/ Dean FVS, Prof. Dr. Masood Rabbani 9:00-9:15am Field Activity Overview- Mr. Aftab Goher 9:15-9:30 Feedback assessment of training 9:30-9:40am Next steps 9:40-10:00am Certificate distribution 10:00am - 10:30am Concluding remarks 10:30-10:40am

6

Constructive Alignment (Batch-1 & Batch-2)

63

IVPD

18 Mar, 19
25 Mar, 19

20 Mar, 19
27 Mar, 19

Batch-1
Thirty Two nominated faculty members from Lahore campus, Ravi Campus, Jhang Campus and Narowal Campus were trained. The core idea of this training was to bring together all faculty members on one page and to develop teaching learning outcomes of their respective courses, identifying best assessment practices to promote learning in students, structuring their class activities and unified assessment criteria. The training was facilitated by Dr Gulbeena Saleem, Dr Shehla Gul Bokhari, Dr Shahan Azeem, Dr Khalid A Majeed, Dr Jibran Hussain and Dr Saima Ashraf.
Batch-2
Thirty One nominated faculty members from Lahore campus, Ravi Campus, Jhang Campus and Narowal Campus were trained. The core idea of this training was to bring together all faculty members on one page regarding learning outcomes of their respective courses, identifying best assessment practices to promote learning in students, structuring their class activities and table of specifications. The training was facilitated by Dr Hafsa Zaneb, Dr Saima Ashraf, Dr Gulbeena Saleem, Dr Khalid A Majeed, Dr Mamoona Chaudhry and Dr Muhammad Zahid Tahir.

7

Patent Drafting

28

IVPD

18 June 2019

20 June 2019

Two Days workshop on patent drafting in collaboration with technology and Innovation Support Center UVAS. Mr.Saad Nasrullah Patent Attorney was the resource Person who delivered the sessions on various aspect of patent drafting and filing.

Foreign Experts Visit

1

Basic Clinical And Diagnostic Skills In Small Animal Practice (Aamir Islam from USA)

20

IVPD

4th June 2018

8th June 2018

 

2

Hands On Training In Bovine Embryology (Prof. Dr Kehuan Lu from China)

15

IVPD

24th June 2018

28th June 2018

One-week international hands on workshop on bovine embryology by the Department of Theriogenology in collaboration with IVPD project has been started in UVAS, Ravi Campus Pattoki under the  supervision of foreign expert Prof. Dr. Kehuan Lu (Guangxi University, Nanning, China). The main objective of this workshop to equip the faculty with in vitro embryo production technology including follicle aspiration, oocytes grading, in-vitro maturation, in-vitro fertilization, Semen preparation, in-vitro culturing and grading of embryos. There are 15 participants from City Campus, Jhang Campus and Narowal Campus as well.

3

Advanced Clinical And Diagnostic Techniques In Small Animal Practice (Dr. Asif Qadeer from USA)

20

IVPD

25th June
2018

29 June 2018

Pet Centre in co-operation with IVPD organized a 5-Days Lectures & Hands on Training Workshop titled " Advanced clinical and diagnostic techniques in small animal practice". The guest speaker Dr. Asif Qadeer is a well estalished senior veterinarian with years of experience from the United States of America. The participants included nominated faculty members from clinical departments and the PG students from MPhil Pet Animal Practice. 
The lectures comprised of detailed clinical training regarding advanced diagnostic techniques which include CT Scan, MRI, Endoscopy and ECG. Alongwith a number of clinical procedures such as Paracentesis, Abdominocentesis, Cystocentesis,Feeding tube placement, Intro. of Laser surgery, Nervous trauma handling, Pain management and Euthanasia. Furthermore, Dr Asif Qadeer detailed the participants over critical emergency patient managemant and sensitive procedures like blood transfussion protocol and emergency fluid therapy.

4

Dairy Animal Clinical Examination And Equine Lameness (Dr. Kamran Jahangir, Canada)

     20

IVPD

25th June
2018

29th June 2018

Is organized at UVAS, Ravi Campus, Pattoki under the project “In Service Training Faculty of Advance Veterinary Education and Professional Development for Veterinary Profession (IVPD)” leading by Meritorious Professor Dr. Talat Naseer Pasha and the project director Dr. Hafsa Zenab. A foreign expert Dr Kamran Jahangir, director of Bank Street Animal Hospital at Ottawa, Canada, and also Partner of Emergency Hospital (OCEVH) having 16 years of clinical experience in the field of Veterinary Medicine, is the trainer of this training. The intention of this training is to practically equip the trainees with most recent hands on clinical skills in Dairy, Equine and Small animals. The trainer will practically demonstrate the procedure of Clinical Examination of Equines and Dairy animals, Anesthesia and its complications, Critical Care of animals, Practical demonstration of CPR, Various Nerve Blocks and Equine
lameness. Respected faculty members, PG students of University and representatives of private training institutes will get advantage from this training.

International Training Organized

1

PG Certificates from RVC

13

 

 Aug 2018

March 2019

2

PG Diploma from RVC
PG Certificates from RVC

5
2

 

June 2019
June 2019

On going
On going

3

02 Weeks Training on “Project Management – a Practical Approach” at West London College of Business & Management Sciences, UK

6

IVPD

30th April 2018

11th May 2018

 

4

Foreign clinical training (05 Thailand, 01 UK, 01 Canada)

7

IVPD

18th June 2018

13th July 2018

5

Foreign clinical training (1 USA)

1

 

17 august 2018

5 sept 2018