Designation: Professor Contact Address:Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana 141004 Telephone : 0161-2414002 Mobile: 9888032745 Email:email@example.com
(Vety. Surgery & Radiology)
(Vety. Surgery & Radiology)
Teaching and Other Appointments
in under-graduate and post-graduate teaching in the field of surgery,
anaesthesia and diagnostic imaging.
Special interest in the field of radiology,
ophthalmology and anaesthesia.
Area of Research Interests
field of ophthalmology involved in working on oxidative status in diabetic and
non diabetic dogs. Working on cryotherapy and medial canthoplasty in management
of pigmentary keratitis in dogs. In the field of diagnostic imaging working on ultrasound
guided free hand and guide assisted trucut biopsy techniques for diagnosis of
hepatic disease in dogs. In the field of anaesthesia working on evaluation of
various anaesthetic protocols for general anaesthesia in feline patients.
Year of Start
All Indian Network Program on Diagnostic Imaging and Management of
Surgical Affections in animals. ICAR (Co PI)
FIST-DST on ‘Strengthening of Infrastructure Facilities in Institutes
of Science and Technology’ (Co PI)
Veterinary Surgery and Radiology by ICAR. (Co PI
and clinical applications of biomaterials for root canal treatment and crown
therapy in dogs. (Co PI)
profiling and parentage determination in dogs (Co PI)
Research Honour’s /Awards
than 10 gold medals in conferences of national and international repute
than 5 appreciation awards in conferences of national and international repute
Department of Surgery &
Radiology was awarded Letter of appreciation from Dean, COVS
Letter of appreciation was awarded from Organizing Secretary, 33rd annual conference
Awarded ICAR best teacher
university award for the year 2015-16
Awarded UGC Raman fellowship
for post doctoral studies at Purdue University, USA for 6 months in 2013-14
No. of Publications
Khosa, J.S., Anand A, A., Sangwan, V., Mahajan, S.K.,
Mohindroo, J., & Singh, S.S. (2021). Evaluation of Diagnostic, Prognostic
indicators and Surgical Outcome in 20 cases treated for equine intestinal
colic, Indian Journal of Animal Research,
SMY Jani, SK Mahajan, J Mohindroo (2020) Diagnostic approaches to tendon, ligament and
joint affections in equine with special reference to tendon elastography Indian
Journal of Animal Research 54 (10), 1272-1278.
Qureshi, B., Mahajan,
S.K., Devi, N.U., Mohindroo,J. and Pathak, D. 2020. Evaluation of
superficial keratectomy for the management of pigmentary keratitis in pug dogs.
International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 9. (10): 3592-3598.
Gaur R, Mohindroo J, Kashyap N, Mahajan SK, Udehiya R. (2020) Ultrasonographic biometry of medial
iliac and jejunal lymph nodes in apparently healthy dogs. Indian Journal of
Veterinary Surgery 41 (2), 125-129.
Yadav GP, Sangwan V, Kumar A, Mahajan SK
and Gupta A (2019). Prognostic factors associated with successful outcome of
metacarpal and metatarsal fractures repaired using external coaptation in
bovines. Indian Journal of Animal
Research 54 (5): 578-592
Singh B, Kumar A, Udehiya RK, Sangwan V, Mahajan SK and Kashyap N. (2019). Clinical studies on the
ultrasonographic features, prognostic indicators and outcome of ceacal
dilatation in bovine. Indian Journal of
Veterinary Surgery. 40(2): 103-106.
Mann SS, Singh N, Mahajan SK and Udehiya, R. (2019).Long term outcome of surgically
treated GIT disorders in buffaloes. Indian
Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 40(2): 83-86.
Bhangu, SS, Saini, NS, Mohindroo, J,
Singh, T and Mahajan SK.
(2019).Ultrasonography as a decision making tool for surgery of obstructive
urolithiasis in bovine. Indian Journal of
Veterinary Surgery. 40(2): 116-118.
Bhuwal, K, Mohindroo, J, Mahajan SK, Singh T and Pathak D.
(2019). Ultrasonographic morphometery of GIT in dogs. Indian Journal of Veterinary Surgery. 41(1): 23-26.
SK, Singh T, Saini NS,
Mohindroo J, Singh N, Anand A, Kumar A, Sangwan V, Verma P, Udehiya RK and Kaur
M(2017). Diagnostic and treatment strategies for ophthalmic affections in farm
animals: a study of 152 cases. Indian
Journal of Veterinary Surgery, 38(2): 95-99.