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Bachelor of Veterinary Science (BVSc) in Animal Nutrition is an undergraduate program for 3 years which is divided into six semester. BVSc Animal Nutrition offers a in-depth study of animal nutrition, their psychology, physiology, diseases and anatomy. The course aimed to provide knowledge on the basics of domestic animal nutrition, their feeding, reproduction, breeding, health, genetics, and ration balancing. The eligibility criteria to pursue into this undergraduate program is 10+2 qualification from a recognized board, with a minimum aggregate of 60%. Admission to this course is selective and is done by both merit and entrance tests. However, some institutions might take an interview before giving admission. The average fees of this course in India range between INR 20,000 to 3 Lakhs. After completing this course Candidates have a high probability of getting a job in government sectors in India as well as they can open up their veterinary clinics or can work as professionals in the private sectors or at research centers. The average pay scale after completion of the course offered in India ranges between 1 Lakh to INR 6 Lakh or much higher depending on individual skills and expertise. BVSc Animal Nutrition: Entrance Exams Some of the important entrance exams for BVSc Animal Nutrition course are listed below. 1) NEET 2) AAU VET 3) OUAT 4) RPVT 5) UP Veterinary Entrance Exam 6) BHU UET BVSc Animal Nutrition: Job Profile Top Job Profile are given below: * Veterinary Doctor/Surgeon * Store Officers * Veterinary Doctor * Professor * Veterinary Sales Manager * Veterinary Store Manager * Veterinary Research Scientist * Veterinary Surgeon * Poultry Nutritionist * Livestock Consultant * Assistant Senior Veterinarian * Animal Breeders * Food Safety and Inspection Veterinarian BVSc Animal Nutrition: Employment Areas The various areas where a candidate can apply after completion of graduation in animal nutrition are: * College and Universities * Private companies * Government companies * Livestock & Agricultural Management * Wildlife Conservation * Vertebrate Pest Management * Zoos and Animal Welfare Organizations * Livestock Production * Nutrition department * Research Institutes

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