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International workshop on poultry disease held in Dhaka

  • Published at 12:54 am September 11th, 2018
A speaker addresses an international workshop at the Sheikh Kamal seminar gallery of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University yesterday Courtesy
A speaker addresses an international workshop at the Sheikh Kamal seminar gallery of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University on Monday Courtesy

SheKriBi’s faculty of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine organized the workshop, in collaboration with the Department of Medicine and Public Health, and Fibro Animal Health Corporation

An international workshop titled “Safe Poultry Production System: Poultry Disease and Intestinal Health Management” has been organized at the Sheikh Kamal seminar gallery of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SheKriBi) on Monday.

SheKriBi’s faculty of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine organized the workshop, in collaboration with the Department of Medicine and Public Health, and Fibro Animal Health Corporation.

SheKriBi Dean of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine Jahangir Alam presided over the workshop, with Department of Medicine and Public Health Chairman and program co-ordinator Prof KBM Saiful Islam in chair. Ministry of Fisheries and Livestock Secretary Md Raisul Alam Mondal attended the program as the chief guest, while SheKriBi Vice-Chancellor Prof Kamal Uddin Ahamed and Department of Livestock Services (DLS) Director General Dr Hiresh Ranjan Bhowmik were present as special guests.

Poultry Disease Specialist and Fibro Brazil Technology Development Director Dr Caesar Lopes presented the keynote paper at the workshop.

Addressing the program, Secretary Raisul Alam Mondal said: “In the formation of a healthy vigorous nation, the role of animal health is immense. A large part of the country’s nutrition comes from the poultry sector. Therefore, there is a great need for training to create skilled human resources in the sector.”

Vice-Chancellor Prof Kamal Uddin Ahmed said: “Our university has various training programs and workshops for the development of the poultry industry. We welcome such constructive work.”