Designation: Professor Contact Address: Department of Vety. Physiology & Biochemistry, College of Vety. Science, PAU,Ludhiana Telephone : +91-161-2414034 Mobile: +91-9814822673(R) Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
B.V.Sc. & A.H.
M.V.Sc. (VETY. PHYSIOLOGY)
Ph.D. (ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY; UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA, CANADA)
Teaching and Other Appointments
Teaching various UG/PG courses related to different branches of Animal Physiology. Special interests: Animal Reproductive Physiology, Endocrinology
Area of Research Interests
My main interests have been:
Heavy Metal Exposure vis-à-vis reproductive performance in buffaloes
Nutrition-Reproduction interaction: Effect on embryonic survival.
Hormonal regulation of reproduction in farm animals.
Luteal insufficiency and Repeat breeding: Effect of post-mating progesterone supplementation.
Hormonal and Mineral-element status of blood and semen in relation to Semen quality of Buffalo bulls.
Effect of post-mating dietary manipulation on blood biochemical profile and conception rate in goats.
Use of herbal supplements in amelioration of oxidative stress and enhancing the reproductive/productive performance of farm animals.
Physical and biochemical characteristics of cervico vaginal mucus vis-à-vis conception in Murrah buffaloes.
Research Honour’s /Awards
Recipient of Hindustan Lever Research Foundation Fellowship
Recipient of "Best Young Scientist Award”, (Gold Medal) by the Society of Animal Physiologists of India. (1989-90)
Recipient of Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. (1992-96)
Bharat Jyoti Award’ (2006): Honoured by the India International Friendship Society, New Delhi with ‘Bharat Jyoti Award’ in recognition of my achievements and excellent work in my field.
Honoured by the Society of Animal Physiologists of India for significant contribution in the field of buffalo reproduction and endocrinology.
Won the Best Poster presentation Award at the International Buffalo Conference (2010)
Best Paper Award (Poster Session) 2016. Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot (Co-Author).
University Merit Scholarship holder during B.V.Sc & AH
Appreciation certificate from the Vice Chancellor, PAU, Ludhiana for commendable research work.
International training programme on enhancement of reproduction in animals. Organized by International Atomic Energy Agency to Vienna, Austria and FAO. (1991)
Expert Member/Advisor/Paper setter, ASRB, VCI, UPSC, Various State Public Service Commissions, Universities/Institutes
Students Presently Working
M.V.Sc./M.Sc:: 1 Ph.D: 1
Singh Gurpreet, Jindal Rajesh and Singh Rajvir (2016). Effect of HB Strong on metabolites of rumen liquor in buffalo calves with experimentally induced rumen dysfunction. Indian Veterinary Journal 93(5):11.
Preeti Lakhani, Rajesh Jindal and Shashi Nayyar (2015). Supplementation of amla powder (Emblica officinalis) ameliorates the summer stress in buffaloes. Indian J. Animal Nutrition. 32(3):338.
Sharma Shikha, Jindal R., Nayyar S and Chandrahas. 2014. Effect of bypass fat supplementation on physiological responses in heat stressed beetal goats. Indian Veterinary Journal. 91 (08): 98.
Kawardeep Kour, Rajesh Jindal and Shashi Nayyar (2013). Effect of nutritional Manipulation after mating on conception rate and blood biochemical profile in Beetal goats. Indian J Small Ruminants. 19 (1):104.
Rajesh Jindal, Rahila Khan and Shashi Nayyar (2012). Biochemical composition of cervico-vaginal mucus in relation to conception in Murrah buffaloes. Crop Improvement (Special Issue): 1513.
Nayyar, S. and Jindal, R. (2010). Essentiality of antioxidant vitamins for ruminants in relation to stress and reproduction. Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research, 11(1): 1.