|Societies & Clubs|
Special Animals & Veterinary Emergency Relief Society (SAVERS)
Special Animals & Veterinary Emergency Relief Society (SAVERS) is a registered society working in University of Veterinary & Animal Sciences. This non-governmental organization provides a platform for young vet students to get themselves aware of their profession, and help them to have maximum exposure with their future professional life, and that is to save animals, develop a passion to rescue them and conserve them, whatever sector is it, SAVERS has been striving hard to make a change between the modern society and the traditional values and practices regarding veterinary sciences, to make the young vet students to have international skills and well aware knowledge of their legacy. SAVERS is not just a name of an organization, it's a name of a journey, towards the road of a purposeful life and prosperity of both animals and humans. The Alumni network of SAVERS is itself a symbol of what this society strives to provide and achieve. SAVERS has raised many awareness seminars among the wild life, rabies, one health, animal day and all other related events regarding the public awareness of all the critical points residing in our society regarding humans and animals relation. Several free vaccination and deworming camps have also been arranged regarding the safety and precaution against lethal diseases that are the main threat to the main assets of our nation, the livestock and dairy. In a nutshell SAVERS is a Society that is trying to serve the nation by helping the youth to have an professional outlook on life and the helping those who can't even say the word HELP.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVE:
“To provide relief to animals, to train undergraduates so that they could excel in the field, and to work for the welfare of animals as long as need be”
For years, the following events are covered or organized by SAVERS: