M.V.Sc. (Veterinary Clinical Medicine & J.)
PhD. (Veterinary Medicine) (GADVASU)
Teaching and Other Appointments
Randhir Singh is a PhD in Veterinary Medicine with major research on Production
diseases in dairy animals with special reference to Ketosis and Hepatic
Lipidosis. Recently, he has established a Hemodialysis Unit for pets at
Multi-speciality Veterinary Hospital which is now fully functional for dialysis
in clinical cases. Currently, he is working on strategies to increase quality
of post dialysis life in pets. He also holds a vast experience in health care
management at dairy farm and extension
activities with numerous farmers oriented trainings, kissan Gosthis, field
days, Animal welfare/ treatment camps, invited expert lectures, extension
publications, Adaptive research trails, TV Talks and Live-In Radio Talks to his
Assistant Professor (Livestock Production), Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK), Majra, S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali) from 10.07.2015 to 13.11.2017
Assistant Professor (Veterinary Medicine), Directorate of Livestock Farms, GADVASU from 21.06.2018 to 26.12.2018
Area of Research Interests
interests include production diseases in dairy animals with special reference
to Ketosis and Hepatic Lipidosis. Currently, he is working on intermittent
Hemodialysis in Pets with a dedicated approach to study hepato-renal and
cardio-renal syndrome with strategies to increase the quality of post-dialysis life
M.V.Sc. students presently working: 01
Year of Start
Etiology, diagnostic and therapeutic modalities for canine renal diseases
2. Singh, R., S.S., Randhawa, C.S. Randhawa, Sushma Chhabra and Gagandeep Singh. Baseline
values for various metabolic parameters in crossbred dairy cows during
periparturient period. Journal of entomology and zoology studies.
8(3) 1859-1863, 2020.
3. Singh, R., S.S., Randhawa, C.S.
Randhawa, Sushma Chhabra and Naimi Chand. Studies
on Biomarkers of Hepatic Lipidosis in Transition Cows with special reference to
Liver Ultrasonograhy, Liver Specific Enzymes and Acute Phase Proteins.Indian Journal of Animal Research. DOI: 10.18805/ijar.B-4136.
4. Singh, R., S.N.S. Randhawa and
C.S. Randhawa. Propylene glycol as a
prophylactic agent for prevention of sub clinical ketosis in buffaloes.The Pharma Innovation Journal. 8(2) 582-586,2019.
5. Singh, R., S. Chabbra, K. Dua
and Iqra Shafi Khan.Idiopathic Trigeminal Neuropathy in a Golden Retriever. Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine,
ISVM.Vol. 39, No. 1, 50-51,2019.
6. Singh, R., S. Turkar, K. Dua
and Iqra Shafi Khan. A rare case of
Sarcoptes Scabiei in Persian cat. Indian
Journal of Veterinary Medicine, ISVM, Vol. 39, No. 1, 56-58,2019.
7. Singh, R., B.K., Bansal, D.
Pathak and S.T. Singh. Papillomatosis in buffalo: Efficacy of autogenous
vaccine and parammunity inducer. The
Pharma Innovation Journal. 8(7):404-407,2019.
8. Singh, R., S.S., Randhawa &
C.S. Randhawa. Hepatic lipidosis in transition buffaloes in relation to back
fat thichness, hemato-biochemical and mineral profile Indian Journal of Animal
9. Singh, R.,
S.S., Randhawa & C.S. Randhawa. Body condition scoring by visual and
digital methods and its correlation with ultrasonographic back fat thickness in
transition buffaloes. Buffalo Bulletin.
Vol. 36 No. 1.169-181, 2017.
S.S., Randhawa & C.S. Randhawa.Oxidative stress, Hemato-biochemical and
plasma mineral profile in Transition buffaloes. Proceeding of national Academy of sciences, India –Section B. Bio.Sci.
D01 10.1007/S40011-015-0684-9, 2015.