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. Suresh Kumar Kansal

Designation: Professor
Contact Address:Department of Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Extension Education, College of Veterinary Science, Ludhiana.
Telephone : 0161-2414005
Mobile: 9814621337

Academic Credentials

  • BVSc.& AH
  • M.V.Sc
  • Ph.D

Teaching and Other Appointments

Teaching-learning process, importance of communication in overall development of individual, organizational communication, research methodology, assessment of needs, Rural development - Concept, significance and importance of rural development programs, adoption and diffusion of livestock based innovations, evaluation of field extension programs, livestock entrepreneurship, formation and assessment of project proposals. Formulation and organization of training courses for farmers and field functionaries, Animal Welfare Activities in the rural areas. Development of methodologies for undertaking extension work of the University.

Other Appointments

Chairman Department Academic Committee

Area of Research Interests

Development of tools and techniques for the field extension activities, utilization pattern of livestock information sources, assessment of communication technologies, development of sampling plan for the research studies, training evaluation and  need assessment and development of capacity building programs of various types of stakeholder groups involved in livestock sector.

Ongoing Projects

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Funding Agency

Year of Start


Integrated Approaches for Livestock Development: Farmers’ Context

ICAR Extension Division, New Delhi


Research Honour’s /Awards

  • A Chadda, YS Jadoun, S K Kansal, Jaswinder Singh and BhartiDeshmukh (2019) Group  dynamics of livestock based self help groups(SHGs). Indian Journal of Extension    Education. 55(2): 77-82. NAAS rating : 5.32
  • HS Sidhu, SK Kansal, Jaswinder Singh and Parminder Singh (2019) Exploration of     Marketting channel followed by pig farmers in Punjab, India. International Journal of     Current Microbiology and Applied Science 8(9) :1471-1478.
  • Barinder Singh, Jaswinder Singh*, H.K. Verma and S.K. Kansal (2019) Situation   Assessment of Livestock Markets in Central Plain Zone of Punjab. International Journal   of Current Microbiology and Applied Science 8(8) :3039-3048.
  • Mir I, Singh P, Bedi JS, Kaur J &Kansal SK (2020) Perception of aflatoxin menace by cattle feed millers of Punjab. Int. J.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9 (1);2338-43(NASS;5.38)
  • Mir I, Singh P, Bedi JS, Kansal SK &Verma HK (2020)Awareness of aflatoxin contamination in feed by dairy farmers of Punjab. int.J.Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9 (1);2344-51 (NASS;5.38)
  • Nimbalkar Vidya, Verma HK, Singh Jaswinder and Kansal SK (2020) Awareness and adoption level of subclinical mastitis diagnosis among dairy farmers of Punjab , India. Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences.44(4):845-852. (NAAS rating : 6.55)
  • Harmandeep Singh, Jaswinder Singh, HK Verma and Kansal SK (2020) Milk quality and safety issue inside farmgate of dairy farmers of Punjab. Indian Journal of Dairy Science 73(6): 614-624.  (NAAS rating: 5.95)
  • Aparna, SK Kansal, Jaswinder Singh and JS Hundal (2021) Dairy cattle nutrition technologies: pre and post intervention awareness and its retention with independent variable. Journal of Community Mobilization and  Sustainable Development 16(1) :245-254. (NAAS rating: 5.67)
  • Aparna, Kansal SK, Hundal JSm Verma HK and Jaswinder Singh (2020) Acquisition and retention of knowledge about animal feed technologies in Veterinary medical education. Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology 39(21):104-111. (NAAS rating: 4.71)
  • Navkiran kaur, Verma HK, Jaswinder Singh and Kansal SK (2020) Feeding practices followed by Nili Ravi buffalo farmers in different agroclimatic zones of Punjab. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Science 9(10): 1136-1144. (NAAS rating: 4.71)