Designation: Professor Contact Address:Department of Livestock Farm Complex College of Veterinary Science, Rampura Phul, Bathinda, Punjab. 151103 Telephone : Mobile: 98157-00810 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
BVSc & AH
NET in LPM and Animal Nutrition,
Teaching and Other Appointments
Management of Dairy animals, Equine management, Sheep and goat management. Welfare of Animals.
Chairman, Accademic Affairs Committee
Incharge, RTI Cell, COVS, Rampura Phul
Area of Research Interests
Livestock Production Management and Livestock Nutrition
Technological Interventions for Development of Sustainable Kajali Sheep
Production Model vis a vis prevailing intensive paddy wheat cropping system
National Livestock Mission, DAHD, Govt. of India, New
Research Honour’s /Awards
SRF – CSIR, during Ph.D
Certified Livestock Advisor by MANAGE, Hyderabad
Certified Master Trainer for Dairy Farmers/ Entrepreneur by ASCI.
Master trainer on Natural Farming by MANAGE.
Awarded Breed Registration Certificate for registering Kajali sheep breed.
Awarded Best Paper awards- 5
No. of Publications
Prakash, A., Singh, Y., Chatli, M.K., Sharma, A., Acharya, Parag and Singh, M.K. (2023) Review of the black meat chicken breeds: Kadaknath, Silkie, and Ayam Cemani. Worlds Poultry Science Journal, 1—13. (NAAS-9.45)
A K Mishra, K N Raja, V Vohra, S Singh, Yashwant Singh and R K Pundir (2021) Factors Analysis to Explain Body Conformation of Kajali Rams. Indian Journal of Small Ruminants 27 (1): 19-23. (NAAS- 5.95)
S.K.Mishra, A.K.Mishra, K.N.Raja, V.Vohra, S.Singh, Y.Singh, S.Ahlawat and R.S.Kataria (2018) Polymorphism analysis at FecB locus in Kajali sheep of India. Indian Journal Animal Research. 52 (3): 474-476 (6.43)
Mishra A.K, Raja K N, Vohra V, Singh S and Singh Y.( 2017) Principal component analysis of the biometric traits to explain body conformation in Kajali sheep of Punjab, India. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 87(1): 93-98. (6.29)
Mishra A.K, Raja K N , Vohra V, Singh S and Singh Y (2016) Phenotypic traits and performance of Kajali Sheep: a lesser known ovine genetic resource of Punjab, India. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 86(11): 1279-1282 (6.29)