DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
- Completed 28 research projects including 08 funded by outside agencies.
- Organization of 07 conferences, symposia, summer schools & workshops
- Staff members bestowed with 14 National Awards Written 08 books, 02 manuals and 03 chapters in books.
- Published 221 research papers and 170 popular/semitechnical articles; besides presentatation of 129 research papers in Symposia/Conferences/Seminars.
- Awarded MVSc to 81 and Ph.D. to 16 students.
- Establishment of etiology, pathogenesis and possible therapy of chronic bovine haematuria, bovine, canine & equine microfilariasis, trypanosomiasis, hepatic disorders, canine heart-worm disease, hypoadrenocorticism, mastitis and other important diseases of livestock and poultry.
- Development of dried rumen liquor boluses for treatment of simple indigestion in bovines.
- Identification of heamato-biochemical markers for the diagnosis of metabolic/production diseases in bovines and evaluation of its applicability for early diagnosis of sub-clinical state in animals
- Establishment of soil-plant-animal relationship through the analysis of trace elements in blood serum, fodder, concentrate mixture and soil.
- Evaluation of aqueous and ethanolic extracts of Acacia auriculiformis, Aegle marmelos & Cassia fistula against New castle disease in chicken.
- Evaluation of clinical & laboratory approaches for assessment of dehydration and execution of rehydration therapy in neonatal diarrhoeic calves.
- Preparation of immunoglobulin product which is useful to prevent calf mortality in those calves which fail to receive colostrum of their dams.
- Development of polyherbal formulation containing Eugenia jambolana, Aegle marmelos, Terminalia chebula & Zingiber officinale which is an effective and cheap therapeutic alternative for the treatment of diarrhoea in calves of below 30 days of age.
- Development of computer model to predict the occurrence of common calf diseases.
- Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha) and antioxidants (Selenium, Vit. E etc) either alone or with antibiotics is an effective therapy for mastitis.
- Formulation of herbal pastes containing either garlic or lead carbonate & acetate, camphor, neem and eucalyptus oil with paraffin base which are almost equally effective in non-specific dermatosis.
- Preparation of herbal formulation containing Nerium indicum, Pongamina glabra, Jatrapha curcas, Curcuma longa and copper sulphate which is most effective against fungal dermatoses followed by sarcoptic mange and somewhat less effective in thick/lice infestation and bacterial dermatitis with cellulitis.
- Aqueous (colloidal) iodine is highly effective for therapeutic management of endemic goitre.
Selected Research Publications
Dr. J.L. Singh, Professor
Area of Interest: Wildlife Medicine
- Tufani, N.A.,Singh J.L., , Kumar, Mahesh , Ahmad ,A.H., & Das, Arup Kr., (2017) Differential Diagnosis of acute versus chronic renal failure in canines with special reference to Clinical manifestations . Medical Science , Vol. 21 No 84 , March –April Pp 66-74
- Kandpal , Nitin ,Singh J.L., Das , Arup Kr., Rastogi,S.K. & Kumar, Mahesh (2016) Comparative Therapeutic Evaluation of Steroids for management of Spondylosis in Canines . International Journal of Pharmacology & Therapeutics , 06 (1),1-8
- Singh, J.L., Satyendra Kumar and Mahesh kumar (2013). Development of field package of practice for the management of endemic Goitre in goats Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine 33(2):79-86
- Singh, J.L.; Sharma, M.C.; Kumar, Mahesh; Gupta, G.C. and Kumar Subodh (2006). Immune status of goats in endemic Goitre and its therapeutic management. Small Ruminant Research;63;249-255
- Singh, J.L.; Sharma, M.C.; Kumar, M.; Rastogi, S.K.; Gupta, G.C.; Singh, S.P.; Sharma, L.D.; Gandhi, V.K. and Kalicharan (2002). Assessment of therapy in Goitrous goats through some cardiac function tests. Small Ruminant Research. 44: 659-665.
- Singh, J.L. and Swarup, D. (1995). Clinical observation and diagnosis of fluorosis in dairy cows and buffaloes. Agri-Practice. 16: 25-30.
Dr. Nidhi Arora, Professor
Area of Interest: Ethno-Veterinary Medicine
- Srijit Tripathi, Niddhi Arora, S. Shekhar and Rajora, V.S. 2017. Prevalence, Bacterial Association and In Vitro Antimicrobials Susceptibility of Subclinical Mastitis in Crossbred Cows. International.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci. 6(10): 2722-2726.
- Arora, Niddhi, Narang Asmita and Rajora V.S. (2015). Bacteria Associated with canine pyoderma in Pantnagar Uttarakhand . Veterianry Practitioner. 16(1): 68- 70
- Arora, Niddhi; Rajora, V.S.; Shukla, S.K. and Singh, J.L. 2010. Evaluation of poly herbal formulation in treatment of calf diarrhoea. Indian Veterinary Journal, 87:1043-1044.
- Arora, Niddhi; Kumar, Ashok; Vihan, V.S. and Sharma S.D. 2010. Efficacy of indigenous plants against Haemonchus contortus infection in goats. Indian Veterinary Journal , 87: 869-871
- Arora Niddhi; Kumar, Ashok and Sharma, SD. 2003. Prevalence of Haemonchus infection in goats under semi-intensive system. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 73 (11): 1200-1201.
Dr. Amit Prasad, Assistant Professor
Area of Interest: Equine Medicine
- Amit Prasad, Vineet Kumar and J, S. Patel. 2017. Bilateral Conjuctival Habronemiasis with Blepharoconiunctivitis in a Marwari horse. lntas Polivet (2017) Vol. 18 (l):216-218
- B.R. Maharana*, Binod Kumar, A Prasad, T.K. Patbandha, N.R. Sudhakar, J.P. Joseph and B.R. Patel. 2016. Prevalence and assessment of risk factors for haemoprotozoan infections in cattle and buffaloes of South-West Gujarat, India(2016), Indian J. Anim. Res., Print ISSN:0367-6722 / Online ISSN:0976-0555B-2955 [1-7] DOI:10.18805/ijar.10268
- Vineet Kumar,*, J.V. Vadalia, A.M. Patel, Amit Prasad, S.H. Talekar and P.B. Patel. 2016. Ultrasonographic, radiographic diagnosis and management of Esophageal obstruction in jaffarabadi buffaloes and gir cattle. Buffalo Bulletin (October-December 2016) Vol.35 No.4 549-556
- V.L. Parmar, Amit Prasad, J.S. Patel, B.B. Javia and D.B. Barad.2015 Clinico-Therapeutic Management of Tetanus in Caprines. Intas Polivet (2015) Vol. 16 (II): 380-381
- Amit Prasad, S. K. Shukla and J.L.Singh. 2012’Therapeutic efficacy of anticoccidial drugs in goat’. Indian J. Vet. Med. Vol. 32, No. 1, pp. 23-24.
- Niddhi Arora, D. V. Singh, Amit Prasad, Satish Kumar and V.S. Rajora. Management of Contagious Ecthyma in goat. 2011. Indian journal of small ruminant. 17 (1): 128-129