Designation: Associate Professor-cum-Head Contact Address:Residential Complex, Quarter no.13, Near Dana Mandi, College of Veterinary Science, Rampura Phul, Bathinda. Telephone : Mobile: 9417103649 Email:email@example.com
B.V.Sc & A.H.
Teaching and Other Appointments
all the courses of B.V.Sc, M.V.Sc. & Ph.D including
Cardiovascular, Digestive, Neuromuscular, Endocrinology, Respiratory and
Reproductive Physiology, Stress Physiology, Rumen microbiology.
Incharge Department of Veterinary Physiology and Biochemistry
Public Relation Officer COVS, Rampura Phul
Life Member SAPI (Society of Animal
Physiologists of India)
Life Member Punjab Academy of Sciences
Life member Animal Nutrition Society of
Punjab State Veterinary Council
Area of Research Interests
Ruminant Digestive Physiology. Rumen
microbiology and Mitigation Strategies, Rumen microbiome Metagenomics to enhance
Research Honour’s /Awards
Best Poster Presentation Award: 01
Certificate of Excellence as a Reviewer: 03
No. of Publications
SK Pothireddy, M Honparkhe, Gurpreet Singh,
AK Ahuja, SS Dhindsa and Prahlad Singh (2020) Comparison of
certain blood plasma biochemical profiles between normal and delayed pubertal
buffalo heifers. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies. 8(5): 323-325.
Aulakh, A. S., Prahlad Singh, Gurpreet Singh,
S. S. Dhindsa, M. Honparkhe and Arashdeep Kaur. (2020) Effect of Altrenogest
Feeding in Prepubertal Buffalo Heifers Vis-A-Vis Plasma Estrogen-Progesterone
Levels and Biochemical Profile. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci. 9(08):
Singh G, Singh G and Hundal J S (2020) Physico-chemical
characteristics of rumen liquor in buffalo calves supplemented with Ground
flaxseed. Haryana Vet. 59(1), 133-134.
Rahul, Kakkar SS, Nayyar S and Singh G (2019) Effect of supplementation of Terminalia
arjuna on physiological responses of lactating goats to natural summer stress. International
Journal of Chemical Studies 2019: 7(6): 2145-2149
Singh. H., Singh. G. and Nayyar, S.
(2018) Effect of Yea Sacc1026 supplementation on feed intake and
rumen fermentation in buffalo calves during summer season. Indian J. Anim. Nutr. 35(3): 305-312.