Councilor for Asia and Oceania
Indian Veterinary Association
Dr. Chirantan Kadian, BVSc&AH, graduated in December 1985 and started his Veterinary career with Government of Haryana as Veterinary Surgeon in Animal Husbandry Department since the last thirty-three-year. He has worked as a Veterinary Surgeon (1986-2016) in rural and urban hospitals providing veterinary and animal husbandry services to animals. He is working as Registrar, Haryana Veterinary Council (2016-till date) with the job of Registration of Veterinarians, Continuous Veterinary Education through workshops and seminars. He is founder President of Pashu Chikitsak Parishad- state Veterinary service Association (2016-2019) and now its Chairperson, Founder President of Pashu Chikitsak Mahasangh (2017-till date) national veterinary service association of India, President Indian Veterinary Association (2019-till date) Councilor, Commonwealth Veterinary Association (2019-till date) and now Councilor World Veterinary Association. As President of various associations, took initiative in organization of International Conference of Indian Veterinary Association (2019) and various National Seminars and workshops across India highlighting problems faced by Veterinarians of India especially service sector. His main achievements have been the introduction of the combined vaccine of Hemorrhagic septicemia (HS) and Foot and Mouth Disease (FMD) in India, relieving the animals suffering, better human resource management of veterinarians and paraprofessionals in the country and better logistics and financial management. He is continuously working for the betterment of the service conditions of the veterinarians and major inputs in Reorganization and Strengthening of veterinary service delivery in India and setting up of various competencies of veterinary para-professionals. He has attended International Conference of OIE as President, Indian Veterinary Association and various conferences organized by professional societies and state associations. His main thrust is the betterment of veterinary education standards and the introduction of veterinary practice regulations in India. His vision is increased involvement of World Veterinary Association in activities of National Veterinary Association for the betterment of the fraternity.