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Gadvasu

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. Neelam Bansal

Designation: Professor
Contact Address:Department of Anatomy, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana 141004
Telephone : 0161-2414028
Mobile: 9872012978
Email:neelambansal@gadvasumail.in, bansal.neelam@rediffmail.com

Academic Credentials

  • B.V.Sc & A. H.
  • M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Anatomy)
  • Ph.D (Veterinary Anatomy)

Teaching and Other Appointments

Teaching the undergraduate students and postgraduate students in the discipline of Veterinary Anatomy. The PG students of other disciplines (Veterinary Surgery and Radiology, Veterinary Pathology, Veterinary Gynaecology and Obstetrics) are also guided and taught Veterinary Anatomy as a minor subject.

Other Appointments

  • Life Member, Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists
  • Member, National Academy of Veterinary Science
  • Executive Member, Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists

Area of Research Interests

The work was undertaken to observe the formation of primordia and further development into organs of urinary, male and female genital, cardiovascular and nervous system of buffalo. Although, most of the organs develop at 47-50 day of foetal life, but brain and heart was first organs to develop at 25-30 day. Besides this, studies have been conducted on the prenatal development of tassal glands in goat, thyroid gland, tongue and guttural pouch of foal.The work has been conducted on the formation and atresia of primordial, primary, secondary and Graafian follicles during different phases of reproductive stage in buffalo. It was concluded that higher rate of atresia in Graafian follicles of buffalo may be the reason for low reproductive efficiency of these animals. The research made on the localization of sperm host gland in Punjab White Quail revealed that the SHG were present at uterovaginal junction as simple branched tubular glands and were lined by pseudostratified columnar epithelium with ciliated, non ciliated cells, goblet cells and basal cells whereas distal part of the gland was lined by non ciliated columnar cells.


Ongoing Projects

Sr. No.

Name

Funding Agency

Year of Start

1.

Anatomical, histological, histochemical and electronmicroscopic studies as related to hormonal and biochemical profile in female reproductive organs of buffalo.

State Govt.

1990 onwards

2.

Immunohistochemical localization of estrogen and progesterone receptors in female genitalia of buffalo

UGC, New Delhi

2012

3.

Prenatal development of organs/ systems in buffalo foetii

Departmental contingency



Research Honour’s /Awards

  • Fellowship of NAVS
  • Appreciation certificate
  • Ranked 88 among top 100 State Universities authors based on articles, citations and citations/papers
  • Reviewer Excellence Award for Indian Journal of Animal Research
  • Dr. V. R. Bhamburkar IAVA Award for Veterinary Anatomist of the year 2014 

  • No. of Publications

    Research: 240

      Lead papers: 23        Extension: 22

                 Books: Nil

                 Manuals: 15

     


    Publications

    • Bansal N, Roy K S, Sharma D K and Sharma R. 2005. Anatomical study on true hermaphroditism in an Indian pig (Sus scrofa domesticus). Journal of Veterinary Science. 6 (1): 83-85
    • Bansal N and Uppal V. 2008. Histomorphological and Histochemical studies on the ductus deferens of guinea pig. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences: 78 (12): 1387-88
    • Kaur M, Bansal N and Uppal V 2011. Histogenesis of testicular parenchyma during prenatal life in buffalo. International Journal of Morphology.29(4): 1109-1114
    • Bansal N, Uppal V and Pathak D. 2011.Toxic effect of formaldehyde on the respiratory organs of rabbits: A Light and Electron microscopic study. Toxicology and Industrial Health.27(6): 563-569
    • Bansal N, Uppal V and Anuradha. 2013. Differentiation of vertebral column in buffalo during prenatal life. Indian  Journal of Animal Sciences. 83 (4):383-84
    • Bansal N, Uppal V and Anuradha. 2015. Prenatal development of dew claws in buffalo: A histomorphochemical study. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 85 (1):49-51
    • Kumari N, Bansal N, Uppal V and Gupta A. 2017. Histochemical studies on ovarian rete system of buffalo. Ruminant Science. 5 (2):173-177.
    • Aslam B, Bansal N, Uppal V and Gupta A. 2018. Histomorphochemical changes in the mediastinum testis of buffalo bull in different seasons. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences. 88 (10): 1138–1141
    • Sukhadeve S, Bansal N and Pathak D. 2018. Light and Electron microscopic studies on the sperm host glands in Punjab white quail. Indian Journal of Animal Research. Online ISSN:0976-0555:  B-3655 [1-4]
    • Tomar M P S and Bansal N. 2019. Prenatal development of retina in buffalo (Bubalus bubalis). Anatomia Histologia Embryologia 48: 125-132