Designation: Scientist Contact Address: Department of Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana-141004, India Telephone : 0161-2414003 Mobile: +91-9915085200(R) Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
B.V.Sc. & AH
M.V.Sc (Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics)
Ph.D. (Animal Reproduction, Gynaecology and Obstetrics)
Teaching and Other Appointments
Veterinary Obstetrics, Female Infertility and General Gynaecology (UG, PG, and Ph.D.)
Incharge, Health Section of Dairy Farm, DLF, GADVASU (2011 to 2013)
Incharge, Reproduction Section of Dairy Farm DLF, GADVASU (2011 to 2018)
Incharge, Obstetrical Section, VGO (2019 onwards)
Chairman, Department Extension Committee
Subject expert at various Radio/TV talks, PashuPalanMela, Extension lectures, Judgding at Livestock Championships
Area of Research Interests
Interventions in bovine Obstetrics to improve dam/calf survival rate and post dystocia pregnancy rate.
Development and evaluation of modified bovine estrus synchronization methods to improve reproductive efficiency.
Year of Start
ICAR-Project Directorate on cattle field progeny testing (FPT)
ICAR-Network project on buffalo improvement
RKVY-11-DLF: Strategies to enhance fertility through supplementation of polyunsaturated fatty acids vis-à-vis incorporation of modified synchronization protocols in buffalo during summer season
Establishment of Regional research centre for Nili Ravi buffalo (PV-1)
Heavy metal exposure vis-a-vis reproductive performance in buffaloes
Increasing productive longevity of crossbred cattle by ameliorating repeat breeding syndrome through an ultrasound aided ovarian cyst ablation approach and melatonin implants
RKVY-7: ComponentF2. Dairy calf health: Risk factors, assessment, resulting outcomes and strategies for improvement
Nutritional and Physiological Approaches for Enhancing Reproductive Performance in Cattle and Buffalo
Research Honour’s /Awards
Best Oral Presentation Award-2019 (Infertility) by Society for Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension.
Best Oral Presentation Award-2019 (Obstetrics) by Society for Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension.
Dr R D Sharma Award-2018 by Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction, India.
Best Paper Presentation Award-2014by Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction, India.
Best Young Scientist Award-2009’ by Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction, India.
Best Poster Presentation Award-2009’ by Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction, India.
Best Young Scientist Award’ (Dr R D Sharma Award-2003) by Indian Society for Study of Animal Reproduction, India.
No. of Publications
Dhindsa S S, Gandotra V K and Prabhakar S. 2007. Plasma and blood volume in dystocia affected buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 77 (9): 837-839.
Dhindsa S S, Dhaliwal G S and Ghuman S P S. 2008. Effect of delay in relieving the dystocia on biochemical alterations in bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 78 (10): 1119-1120.
Dhindsa S S, Dhaliwal G S and Ghuman S P S. 2008. Biochemical alterations induced by type of material used for suturing uterine incision either with or without infusion of an intra-peritoneal lubricant during caesarean operation in bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 78 (10): 1082-1085.
Dhindsa S S, Dhaliwal G S, Sood N K and Ghuman S P S. 2009. Blood biochemical and uterine tissue alterations in relation to duration of dystocia in caesarean–operated bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 79 (1): 30-33.
Dhindsa S S, Dhaliwal G S and Ghuman S P S. 2010. Prevention of uterine adhesion formation following caesarean section in bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 80 (7): 626-628.
Dhindsa S S, Dhaliwal G S, Ghuman S P S and Sood N K. 2010. Alterations in uterine and peritoneal fluid cytology as well as uterine histopathology following caesarean operation with reference to suture material and intra-peritoneal lubricant in bovines. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 80 (6): 523-527.
Varughese E E, Brar P S and Dhindsa S S. 2013. Uterine blood flow at various stages of pregnancy in dairy buffaloes. Animal Reproduction Science, 140: 34-39.
Bilal Ahmed Ganaie, S S Dhindsa, Dinesh Dadarwal and M Honparkhe. 2018. Timed artificial insemination methods involving ovulation of second follicular wave vis-à-vis extension in growth of dominant follicle- new alternatives to enhance fertility in buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Journal of Animal Research, 8 (3): 521-524.