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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University
ਗੁਰੂ ਅੰਗਦ ਦੇਵ ਵੈਟਨਰੀ ਐਂਡ ਐਨੀਮਲ ਸਾਇੰਸਜ਼ ਯੂਨੀਵਰਸਿਟੀ

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College of Veterinary Science

Faculty Detail

Dr. Shahbaz Singh Dhindsa

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:shahbazdhindsa76@yahoo.co.in

Academic Credentials

  • 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.)

Other Appointments

  • 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.


Ongoing Projects


Sr. No.

Name

Funding Agency

Year of Start

1.

ICAR-Project Directorate on cattle field progeny testing (FPT)

ICAR

2004-2018

2.

ICAR-Network project on buffalo improvement

ICAR

2004-2019

3.

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

RKVY

2018-2020

4.

Establishment of Regional research centre for Nili Ravi buffalo (PV-1)

State Govt.

2011-2019

5.

Heavy metal exposure vis-a-vis reproductive performance in buffaloes

UGC

2013-2015

6.

Increasing productive longevity of crossbred cattle by ameliorating repeat breeding syndrome through an ultrasound aided ovarian cyst ablation approach and melatonin implants

RKVY

2013-2015

7.

RKVY-7: ComponentF2. Dairy calf health: Risk factors, assessment, resulting outcomes and strategies for improvement

RKVY

2014-2019

8.

Nutritional and Physiological Approaches for Enhancing Reproductive Performance in Cattle and Buffalo

AICRP

2014 onwards



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

Research: 60Extension: 30     Books: Nil     
Manuals: 05


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.
  • Harpreet Singh, Parkash Singh Brar, NarinderSingh, Mustafa Hassan Jan, Mrigank Honparkhe, S S Dhindsa. 2020. Effects of intra-uterine infusion of proteolytic enzymes on selected cytokine concentrations, uterine inflammation, and fertility in postpartum water buffalo cows with subclinical endometritis. Animal Reproduction Science215106335.
  • Harpreet Singh, Parkash Singh Brar, Mrigank Honparkhe, A K Arora, S S Dhindsa. 2020. Subclinical endometritis in estrual buffaloes: diagnosis, prevalence and impact on reproductive performance. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 52 (1), 357-363.





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