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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University

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College of Veterinary Science, Rampura Phul

Faculty Detail

Dr Neeti Lakhani

Designation: Assistant Professor
Contact Address:Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Science University, Rampura Phul, Bhatinda – 151103
Telephone : 9412643076
Mobile: 9412643076

Academic Credentials

  • B.V.Sc & A.H.
  • M.V.Sc. (Animal Nutrition)
  • Ph.D (Animal Nutrition)

Teaching and Other Appointments

  • Teaching courses of B.V.Sc (Applied ruminant nutrition)
  • Field of specialization/ interest include large ruminant nutrition, Methane mitigation strategy, heat stress amelioration

Other Appointments

  • Life Member ANSI (Animal Nutrition Society of India of India)
  • Life Member AAS (Association of Animal Scientists)
  • Member Madhya Pradesh State Veterinary Council

Area of Research Interests

  • Feed formulation of large ruminants under different physiological conditions
  • Methane mitigation strategies using plant secondary metabolites
  • Heat stress amelioration in buffaloes with dietary variations

Research Honour’s /Awards

  • University Gold medal in BVSc & AH Program (NDVSU) in 2015
  • Awarded ICAR JRF in 2015- All India ICAR Rank 10th
  • Awarded Institute Fellowship for PhD in 2017 at ICAR-NDRI
  • Best oral presentation –XVII Biennial conference, ANSICON 2018, Junagadh, Gujrat
  • Best oral presentation – International conference on animal nutrition (ANSICON), West Bengal, 2019.
  • Krantijyoti Savitribai Phule women Achiever’s Award -2024 by Pashudhan Praharee

No. of Publications

Research: 20
Extension: 1
             Books: Nil                  Manuals: 3


  • Lakhani, N., & Chatli, M. (2023). Utilization of certain unconventional feeds in poultry as natural alternatives to curb antimicrobial resistance. The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 93(5), 415-421.
  • Lakhani, N., & Chatli, M. (2022). Antimicrobial resistance in Poultry: Unconventional feed supplements as potential alternatives.
  • Lakhani, N., & Tyagi, N. (2021). Comparative evaluation of in vitro techniques for predicting metabolizable energy content of total mixed ration for Murrah buffaloes. The Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 91(3).
  • Lakhani, N., Tyagi, N., Agarwal, A., Kumar, S., & Tyagi, A. (2021). Optimizing fiber and protein levels in diet of lactating Murrah buffaloes to ameliorate heat stress: Effect on physiological status and production performance. Journal of Thermal Biology, 96, 102838.
  • Lakhani, P., Kumar, P., Alhussien, M. N., Lakhani, N., Grewal, S., & Vats, A. (2020). Effect of betaine supplementation on growth performance, nutrient intake and expression of IGF-1 in Karan Fries heifers during thermal stress. Theriogenology, 142, 433-440.
  • Lakhani, N., Kamra, D. N., Lakhani, P., & Alhussien, M. N. (2019). Immune status and haemato-biochemical profile of buffalo calves supplemented with phytogenic feed additives rich in tannins, saponins and essential oils. Tropical animal health and production, 51, 565-573.
  • Lakhani, N., Kamra, D. N., Lakhani, P., & Kala, A. (2019). Effect of Rumen modifier on methanogenesis and feed digestibility under in vitro conditions. Indian Journal of Animal Nutrition, 36(1), 99-102.
  • Lakhani, N., Kamra, D. N., Kala, A., Agarwal, N., Chaudhary, L. C., & Chaturvedi, V. B. (2019). Effects of dietary supplementation with rumen modifier and sodium sulphate on methane production and performance of buffalo calves. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 19(2), 169-180.
  • Lakhani, P., Kumar, P., Lakhani, N., & Naif Alhussien, M. (2020). The influence of tropical thermal stress on the seasonal and diurnal variations in the physiological and oxidative status of Karan Fries heifers. Biological Rhythm Research, 51(6), 837-846.
  • Lakhani, P., Alhussien, M. N., Lakhani, N., Jindal, R., & Nayyar, S. (2018). Seasonal variation in physiological responses, stress and metabolic-related hormones, and oxidative status of Murrah buffaloes. Biological Rhythm Research, 49(6), 844-852.