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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University

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College of Veterinary Science

Faculty Detail

Dr. Bilawal Singh

Designation: Assistant Professor
Contact Address:Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, Punjab 141004
Telephone : 0161-2414003
Mobile: 9646715067

Academic Credentials

  • B.V.Sc and A.H in 2013 (SKUAST-J)
  • M.V.Sc in 2015 (GADVASU)

Teaching and Other Appointments

  • Female Infertility, Veterinary Obstetrics, and General Gynaecology (UG students)

Other Appointments

  • Incharge, Dog House, TVCC, GADVASU (Sept 2019- Till now)
  • Nominated as Sports In-Charge for Badminton at University Level (August 2019- Till now)
  • Co-Incharge Small Animal Clinics, Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics ( 2020- Till Now)
  • Incharge, Departmental Library (2020- Till Now)
  • Coordinator of Progressive Piggery Farmers Association (2016 -  August 2020)
  • SAMBANDH PUNJAB PORTAL- Associated nominee with this portal, information is submitted to His Excellency GOVERNOR PUNJAB; Platform for connecting Universities and Societies of Punjab (2018- August 2020).
  • Coordinated and organised various Infertility camps, field days, animal welfare/awareness camps.
  • Subject expert at various Radio/TV talks, Pashu Palan Mela, Extension lectures, Judgding at Livestock Championships.
  • Deputy Manager, Verka Frozen Semen Station, Khanna District Ludhiana (August 2015- 16 August 2016)
  • Duties: Lab In charge- Semen, Bull Shed management

Area of Research Interests

  • Infertility in farm and pet animals, Veterinary Obstetrics, General Gynaecology

Ongoing Projects

  • Integrated Approaches for Livestock development: farmers context - Associated Scientist
  •  Skill Registry for dairy farmers (RPL) - Co-PI 

Research Honour’s /Awards

  • N.C SHARMA Award- 2017 in recognition of meritorious contribution to the research in Animal Reproduction organised by the Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction (ISSAR).
  • Best poster  presentation award- 2015, 2017 (2), 2019 by Society for Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension (SVAHE)
  • Best Oral presentation award- 2017, 2019 by Society for Veterinary and Animal Husbandary Extension (SVAHE)
  • Best Oral presentation award 2021 by Indian Association of Veterinary Public Health Specialists (IAVPHS)
  • Certified Master’s Trainer (CMT) training under Agriculture Skill Council of India (ASCI) organised by GADVASU, Ludhiana.
  • Certificate of Appreciation by IJLR in recognition of an outstanding contribution to quality of the journal in year 2020-21.
  • Certificate of Appreciation by apni kheti for providing advisory and information to farmers.

  • Gene Submission in Gene bank: 5 gene submission

    Authors: Hundal, H.K., Deka,D., Singh,B. and Verma,R.

    1.    GenBank MH784475

    2.    GenBank MH784476

    3.    GenBank MH784478

    4.    GenBank MH784479

    5.    GenBank MH784480


    Dairy Prajnan Mobile Application” Instrumental in the Designing and Development of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University’s second mobile android application based on Reproduction and Management of Dairy Animals (Dairy Prajnan)

    Available at Google Play Store (1.9 MB)

    Google Rating is Five Star.

No. of Publications

Research: 11Extension: 38     
Books/Booklets/Pamphlets: 10      
Manuals: 05


  • Bilawal singh, SPS Ghuman, Ranjna S. Cheema and Amrit K. Bansal. 2016..  Melatonin implant induces estrus and alleviates oxidative stress in summer anestrus buffalo. Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction 37 (2): 28-32.
  • Bilawal Singh and SPS Ghuman. 2016. Status of seasonal pattern of reproductive activity in buffalo. Indian veterinary Journal 93(08): 44-47.
  • H S Sandhu, S S Dhindsa, M Honparkhe, Bilawal Singh, S Singhal and R Jindal. 2017. Relationship between Estrus Signs and Subsequent Fertility Rates in Buffaloes Subjected to Estradiol based Synchronization Treatments. Theriogenology Insight: 7 (3): 199-203.
  • B Singh, M. Singh, M. Singh, M.S. Shatab, S.P.S Ghuman. 2017. Successful management of hydrocephalic emphysematous monster in a buffalo. Indian Veterinary Journal.
  • Khushpreet Singh, Rajesh Kasrija, Bilawal Singh, Manoj Sharma, Ravdeep Singh and H.K Verma. 2018. Impact of specialised goat training programme on Knowledge level and adoption. Indian Veterinary Journal. 95 (03): 30-32. 
  • S S Dhindsa, Navgeet Singh, Harmeet Singh and Bilawal Singh. 2019. Infertility in a crossbred cattle as a sequel to uterine form of tuberculosis. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 8(1): 938-940.
  • Bilawal Singh, Navgeet Singh, Ajeet Kumar, S S Dhindsa and Khushpreet Singh. 2019. Infertility in a Sahiwal bull due to Bilateral Testicular Fibrosis. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 8(5): 1975-1978.
  • Navjot Singh, Navgeet Singh, Bilawal Singh and Khushpreet Singh. 2019. Management of Dystocia in Buffalo due to Dicephalus Ischiopagus Tetrabrachius tetrapus Monster calf. Int.j.Curr.Microbio.App.Sci 8 (1) 2398-2400
  • Khushpreet Singh, Rajesh Kasrija, Ravdeep Singh, Bilawal Singh, S K Kansal and H K Verma.2019. Specialised Goat training Programme as an Extension Tool for Knowledge Increment and adoption. Ruminant Science, 8(1),65-67