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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University

ADMISSION 2019-20
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College of Veterinary Science

Faculty Detail

Dr. Vijay Singh Malik

Designation: Senior Scientist
Contact Address:Department of Veterinary Physiology & Biochemistry, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana 141004
Telephone : 0161-2414034
Mobile: +91-9417480092
Email:vsmalik11@gmail.com

Academic Credentials

  • B. Sc. Hons. Agriculture (with elective Animal Science)
  • M. Sc. Animal Production Physiology
  • M. Sc. Animal Production Physiology

Teaching and Other Appointments

  • Teaching interest to UG& PG students in the subjects of Reproductive Physiology, Endocrinology, Environmental Physiology, Growth Physiology, Lactation Physiology, Physiology of wild life.  

Other Appointments

  • INCHARGE EMBRYO TRANSFER LABORATORY 

Area of Research Interests

  • Female Reproduction, Environmental Physiology, Growth Physiology,
  • Embryo Transfer Technology.


Ongoing Projects

Ongoing Projects

Sr. no.

 

Funding Agency

Year of Start

Completed

Improvement of dairy animals through Embryo Transfer Technology at the institutional farms and under field condition .(Misc-2)

 

Funded by PDDB

1997

Ongoing

Anatomical, Histological, Histochemical, electron-microscopic studies as related to hormonal and Biochemical profile in female reproductive organs in buffalo NPV-24

 

 

Funded by Punjab Govt.

(Posted Since 1993 in the project).

1992


Research Honour’s /Awards

  • Adjudged as the Best Scientist during the XV Convention on Animal Reproduction and National Symposium on “Biotechniques in optimizing fertility in Farm Animals” held at Ludhiana from 10th to 12th February, 1999.

No. of Publications

Research: 27  Extension:  05  Books: Nil  Manuals: 04

Publications

  • Narinder Singh, G.S Dhaliwal, P.S Brar, Sumit Singhal and V.S Malik.(2021) Invitro maturation of buffalo oocytes in serum free media supplemented with growth factors. Haryana Vet ;60(S1):1-4. 
  • Sumit Singhal, Narinder Singh, Harpreet Singh, V.S Malik ,and P.S Brar.(2020)Curtailing the conventional dose of Follotropin -V for superstimulation and embryo recovery in Sahiwal cattle(Bos indicus).Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 90(11)1471-1475.
  • Narinder Singh ,G.S .Dhaliwal ,V.S Malik, D. Dadarwal, M. Honparkhe, S. Singal and P.S. Brar(2015) Comparison of follicular dynamics, superovulatory response and embryo recovery between   estradiol based and conventional super stimulation protocol in buffaloes (Bubalus bubalis) Veterinary World;8(8):983-988. 
  • Joga S. Matharoo, Narinder Singh, V.S. Malik, G. Kaushal, Chatinder Singh.2012. On Filed Assessment of the Success Rate of Non-surgical Embryo Transfer in Cattle as Influenced by Embryonic and Maternal Factors. Animal Science Reporter. 6 : 47-52. 
  • Nayyar S., Malik V.S. and Jindal R (2010) Lipid and micro mineral profile in the cystic and ovarian tissue from buffalo Indian Veterinary Journal 87 (7): 718 
  • V.S. Malik, Shashi Nayyar and Rajesh Jindal (2009) Trace element levels in Reproductive organs of Murrah buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Research 43 (1) : 56-58 
  • Shashi Nayyar, Varinder Kaur Gill, V.S. Malik, K.S. Roy and Rajvir Singh (2003) Vitamin E and Selenium improve the blood chemical composition of anoestrus buffalo heifer. Indian Journal of Animal Science 73 (6) : 654-656 
  • K.B. Sharma, Shashi Nayyar, V.S. Malik, Rajvir Singh and S.P.S. Sodhi (1999) Levels of hormones and minerals in cyclic anestrus and subestrus buffalo heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Science 69 (4) : 241-216 
  • K.B. Sharma, Shashi Nayyar, V.S. Malik and S.P.S. Sodhi (1998) Biochemical studies in cyclic, anestrus and subestrus buffalo heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Science 68 (5) : 469-470
  • Shashi Nayyar, K.B. Sharma, V.S. Malik, Rajvir Singh, Narinder Singh P.J.S. Rattan and S.P.S. Sodhi (1998) Blood biochemical and hormonal composition during the prepubertal period as related to the age of puberty in buffalo. Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction 19 (2) : 113-116