Seminar on “Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in pigs” and interview for recruiting students of Animal husbandry and Veterinary medicine

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On March 24, 2021, the workshop on “Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in pigs” and the interview for recruiting students of Animal husbandry and Veterinary medicine co-organized by Tra Vinh University and Thai Viet Corporation Joint Stock Company in Campus I attracted a large number of students to attend.

   

In the seminar, there were the attendances of Ms. Phan Thi Thu Ha – Director of Human Resources Administration of Thai Viet Corporation Joint Stock Company, Ph.D. Nguyen Minh Hoa – Vice-Rector of Tra Vinh University, with many company members, lecturers and students of the university.

The seminar aims to equip students with practical knowledge and experience on Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in pigs and to create a bridge connecting students to businesses, especially those who are students majoring in Animal husbandry and Veterinary medicine, creating conditions for them to approach, interact with businesses and improve their job opportunities.

   

At the seminar, many specialists shared their experiences and knowledge on Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in pigs to students of Animal husbandry and Veterinary medicine of Tra Vinh University.

According to Dr. Kulnatee, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) in pigs was first detected in the US then broke out in China and formed a very strong strain that severely affected the pig farming industry. There are two main pathways of transmission including vertical (mother-to-child transmission) and horizontal (spreading between infected pigs) transmissions which affect both reproductive and respiratory systems in pigs. 

Dr. Arunrot also shares clinical signs, ways to detect as well as measures to prevent and control this kind of disease.

The contents of animal health shared by experts and veterinarians at the seminar attracted the attention of students and received many questions from them. 

At the end of the program, Thai Viet Corporation Joint Stock Company interviewed and recruited nearly 20 students who require practicing and working at the company this year or in the upcoming year. 

My Nhien