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. Tarunbir Singh

Designation: Assistant Scientist
Contact Address: Department of Surgery and Radiology College of Veterinary Sciences, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University Ludhiana-141 004
Telephone : 0161-2414002,
Mobile: +91-9872913732(R)

Academic Credentials

Teaching and Other Appointments

Involved in under-graduate and post-graduate teaching in the field of surgery, anaesthesia and diagnostic imaging. Involved in imparting training to interns in the field of surgery and radiology. Special interest in the field of general surgery, urinary system surgery, orthopaedic surgery, radiology and ophthalmology.

Other Appointments

Veterinary Surgery and Radiology

Area of Research Interests

Involved in research on diagnosis, medicinal and surgical management of abdominal affections in small and large animals. Involved in devicing new anaesthetic protocols for bovine general anaesthesia. Involved in studying minimal invasive surgical techniques for the treatment of urolihtiasis in small and large animals. Involved in application of intramedullary interlocking nailing on long bones in bovine and equine, repair of perineal lacerations, caesarean section and colic in equines.

Ongoing Projects

Sr. No. Name Funding Agency Year of Start
1. Diagnostic Aids and Surgical Treatment of Musculo-skeletal and Abdominal Disorders in Large Animals” Govt of Punjab  
2. Development of diagnostic and therapeutic protocols for ophthalmic affections in Veterinary Practice- Co-Investigator DST 2012
3. Clinical studies on diagnosis and surgical management of colic in equines RKVY/Pb Govt. 2012
4. Studies on the use of intramedullary interlocking nailing and other orthopaedic procedures for large animals RKVY/Pb Govt. 2011

Research Honour’s /Awards

Students Guided

M.V.Sc./M.Sc:: 2

Students Presently Working

M.V.Sc./M.Sc:: 2

No. of Publications

Research: 27 Extension: 7 Books:  Manuals: 4


Athar, H., Mohindroo, J. Singh, K., Singh, T. and Opinder, S. (2011). Diagnosis and surgical management of abomasal impaction/dilation in bovines. Indian Veterinary Journal: 88:36-39

Singh, T., Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal , H. P. and Pawde, A.M. (2010). Comparison of four surgical techniques for the management of obstructive urolithiasis in male goats. Indian J. Vet. Surg. 31:1:15-20.

Singh, T., Singh, N., Raghunath, M., Mohindroo, J. and Sangwan, V. (2010). Surgical management of rectal prolapse in equines. Indian J. Vet. Surg. 30:1:63-64.

Raghunath, M., Singh., N., Gopinathan , A., Singh, T., Sangwan, V., Mohindroo, J. and Sharma, A. (2008). Fracture fixation of femur in hamuman langur (Semnopithecus entellus) with intramedullary pinning. J. Wildlife Rehab. : 29:32-34.

Singh, T., Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal , H. P., Pawde, A. M., Singh, G.R. Pratap, K. and Setia, H.C. (2007). Evaluation of cyanoacrylate and fibrin glue for the repair of urethral incision in male goats. J. Appl. Anim. Res., 32:13-17.

Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal , H. P., Singh, G.R. Pawde, A. M., Singh, T. , Sharma, A. and Pratap, K. (2007). Comparison of two doses of ropivacaine for lumbosacral epidural analgesia in buffalo calves (Bubalus bubalus). Vet Record: 160: 766-769.

Singh, T., Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal, H. P., Pawde, A.M., Singh, R., Pratap, K. and Singh, G.R. (2006). Comparison of silk and polyglycolic acid sutures for the repair of urethral incision in male goats. Indian J. Vet. Surg. 27:2:91-97.

Singh, T., Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal, H. P., Kumar, S., Pawde, A.M., Pratap, K. and Singh G.R. (2005). Caprine urinary stones: a scanning electron microscopic study. Indian J. Vet. Surg., 26(2)85-90.

Amarpal, Kinjavdekar, P., Aithal, H.P., Pawde, A.M., Singh, T. and Pratap, K. (2004). Incidence of urolithiasis: A retrospective study of five year. Indian J. Anim. Science, 74: 175-177.

Singh, T.,Verma, P. and Gahlot, T.K. (2002).Use of oxidized regenerated cellulose and dextran–40 as adhesion-prophylactic agent- an experimental study. Indian J.Vet. Surg., 24(1)19-21.