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Curriculum development in veterinary science: a case-study from Thailand



Curriculum development in veterinary science: a case-study from Thailand



South North partnership in strengthening higher education in agriculture: 238-251



Teaching, research and public service activities carried out by the University of Chulalongkorn's Faculty of Veterinary Science are outlined together with an overview of the Faculty's organization and management. In the University's fourth development plan (1977-81) the Faculty undertook to review its curriculum.

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