PVMC – Pakistan Veterinary and Medical Council, Results, Registration, Universities

The PVMC (Pakistan Veterinary and Medical Council) was established under the Government of Pakistan, with the objective of promotion of veterinary and medical education. This blog is a collection of all information about PVMC’s activities and events.

Our Pakistan Veterinary and Medical Council blog is for all the veterinary and medical professionals in Pakistan and beyond. We post useful information on topics like the PVMC exam, animal medicine, vaccines and diseases, legislation, public health issues, food safety, and many more. We also keep you up-to-date with the PVMC exams, registration, results and other activities. This is a great way to keep yourself updated with the latest news from the PVMC. You can read about the PVMC exam and other information related to the veterinary profession. If you want to learn about different vaccines, you can read about them. You can even find some useful tips for preparing for the PVMC exam.

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The PVMC is a statutory body set up by the Government of Pakistan to regulate the veterinary profession in Pakistan. The PVMC is responsible for licensing all veterinarians in the country, and is a member of the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE). The PVMC is responsible for the regulation of all veterinary practices in Pakistan, including the registration of veterinary hospitals, clinics, and private practice. It also regulates the accreditation of veterinary schools and laboratories. The PVMC is an autonomous body, and it is under the direct control of the Ministry of National Food Security and Research. The PVMC has a Board of Governors that includes the Minister of National Food Security and Research, the Secretary for the Ministry of National Food Security and Research, the Director General of the National Institute of Veterinary Epidemiology and Disease Control, the Secretary of the Pakistan Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and other representatives from the veterinary profession.