The Mahatma Gandhi Veterinary College, Bharatpur was established under the aegis of Smt. Urmila Devi Mehgaiya Trust as a dream project for the services of animals in the east Rajasthan. The college is located in the heart of city on 30 acres of land adjacent to National Highway-11, Agra Road and well connected by rail and road with different parts of the country. The famous world heritage bird sanctuary “Keoladeo” (Ghana) is just 1Km. from the institute. Bharatpur region is famous for its native breed Mewati of cattle, Kundi of buffalo and Bagri of sheep that have been developed locally in view of adoptability of agro- ecological conditions. Mixed animal-agriculture farming is the common practice in the local farmers. In view of vast scope of the development in the field of animal husbandry, the college is committed not only to generate human resources but also to boost the knowledge of animal owners for scientific rearing of their livestock in order to increase the production so as to teem the mouth of millions added every day.