3rd Conference of Continuing Education for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh
16 – 18 November, 2019
The CEVET Conference – a continuing education programme for veterinarians and animal scientists of Bangladesh for advancement of their knowledge. The Department of Livestock Services (DLS), National Veterinary Dean Council (NVDC), Bangladesh Veterinary Council (BVC) and Bangladesh Veterinary Association (BVA) jointly organize the CEVET conference. The FAO ECTAD provides technical assistance.The conference will have parallel sessions on poultry health and production, dairy health and production, companion animal medicine & surgery, zoo animal and wildlife health and management and veterinary epidemiology & public health.
Date & Venue
The 3rd CEVET conference will be held during 16 – 18 November 2019 at the Royal Tulip Sea Pearl Resort, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh
Registration fee is Tk. 4,000. Registration is mandatory for participation. Registration will be on first come first serve basis. For detailed instructions and on-line registration please click here
Registered participants are entitled to
- Full access to all conference sessions – over 40 hours of CE available
- Two nights all-expense paid accommodation in a 5 star hotel in Cox’s Bazar
- All meals, snacks and free flow tea and coffee throughout the conference
- Conference proceedings and souvenirs
- Complementary pick & drop services at the bus stop and airport in Cox’s Bazar
Post conference workshop
Veterinary Pedagogy Forum will organize a post-conference workshop on Pedagogy for Disease Control Curriculum on 19 November 2019, Tuesday, from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm. Teachers of veterinary schools may register for this workshop without any additional fee.
Call for success stories
There will be limited slots for presentation of success stories. If you feel that you have made a significant contribution to professional advancement or innovation that you would like to share with fellow colleagues, you may submit your success story within 1000 words by e-mail to Mohammad.Islam@fao.org by 25 October 2019. The success story could focus on clinical case study, novel or newly adopted clinical or surgical intervention, applied research, community service model, etc. The selected champions will have the opportunity of presenting their success story using PowerPoint.