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Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University

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College of Veterinary Science

Faculty Detail

Dr Raj Sukhbir Singh

Designation: Professor
Contact Address:Department of Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, Punjab 141004
Telephone :
Mobile: +91 9417807152,

Academic Credentials

  • B.V.Sc. & A.H., Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana, Punjab, 1999
  • M.V.Sc (Clinical Veterinary Medicine), PAU, Ludhiana, Punjab, 2002.
  • Ph.D. (Veterinary Medicine), Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana, Punjab, 2012

Teaching and Other Appointments

  • Involved in teaching of companion and farm animal veterinary medicine courses to the undergraduate and postgraduate students. Also imparts clinical training to the future veterinarians in diagnosis and treatment of animal diseases pertaining to veterinary medicine.

Other Appointments

  • In-charge, Internship programme

Area of Research Interests

  • My primary research interest is in bovine mastitis with emphasis on identification of risk factors and mastitis control measures. My clinical work also focuses on canine health.

Ongoing Projects

Sr. No.


Title of project

Funding agency




Studies on development of rapid diagnostic protocol & therapeutic management of digestive disorders in dairy animals

RKVY, Government of India




Management of Udder health and clean milk production through immune-modulation and alternative strategies

RKVY, Government of India




Animal disease registry and tissue bank





Studies on udder and hoof health in Sahiwal dairy cows

RKVY, Government of India




Establishment of teaching veterinary hospital database management system

Under “Centre of Excellence for Canine health”

Department of Biotechnology, Government of India





Towards Climate Resilient Livestock Production System in Punjab

National adaptation fund under climate change, Government of India

2016- 2021



ICAR 108: Investments in ICAR leadership for agricultural higher education (IILLAHE)



Research Honour’s /Awards

  • Best Clinical article award at 28th Annual convention and national symposium of Indian Society for Veterinary Medicine (ISVM) for paper published in Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine. 29 (2), 2009, pp. 137-138, on 12-02-2010 held at Hyderabad.
  • Best Paper Presentation Awards (Oral/Poster): 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 during Annual Conventions of ISVM.
  • Best clinical paper presentation award during 6th National Online Clinical Case Conference held at Department of Veterinary Surgery & Radiology, PGIVAS, Akola (2023).
  • Travel grant from DST, GOI for attending 15th International Conference of Production Diseases in farm animals (ICPD) held at Campus Ultuna of SLU, The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden from 24-28 June 2013.
  • Fellowship (2016) to visit Large Animal Clinical Department, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan (Canada) for 3 months to undertake training in equine disease diagnosis.
  • Fellowship (2023) under NAHEP-Faculty International Training programme to undergo clinical training on canine and feline neurology at Neurological unit of Department of Medical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, UW-Madison, USA from March 1-21.

No. of Publications

Research: 60Extension: 35  
Books: 01   Manuals: 10


  • Kapoor S, Gupta DK, Singh RS & Narang D (2023). A new herbal teat dip for preventing mastitis. Indian Journal of Animal Health (accepted for publication).
  • Singh J, Singh RS, Singh H, Gupta DK & Randhawa S (2021). Clinical and haemato-biochemical observations in dogs naturally infected with canine monocytic ehrlichiosis. Exploratory Animal and Medical Research, 11 (2); 214-219.
  • Rani P, Singh RS, Singh Swaran & Gupta K (2021). Evidence of myocardial injury in horses with colic. Veterinarski Arhiv, 91(6): 565-574.
  • Dhillon KS, Randhawa CS, Gupta K, Singh RS & Chhabra S (2020). Reference values for haematological and biochemical profile in adult Indian buffaloes. Buffalo Bulletin, 39(2):145-154.
  • Singh RS, Bansal BK & Gupta DK (2019). Ultrasonographic visualization of machine milking induced teat tissue changes in Holstein Friesian × Sahiwal crossbred dairy cows. Veterinarski Arhiv, 89 (3): 295-308.
  • Singh A, Randhawa SS & Singh RS (2019). The effect of biotin and zinc supplementation on dairy cow hoof health and milk quality. Veterinarski Arhiv, 89 (6): 799-820.
  • Bhutia, PS, Bansal BK, Gupta DK, Singh RS & Uppal SK (2019). Bacterial isolation of milk samples submitted from clinical mastitis buffaloes during 2007 to 2016. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 51 (6): 1551-1557.
  • Kaur G, Bansal BK, Singh RS, Kashyap N & Sharma S (2018). Associations of teat morphometric parameters and subclinical mastitis in riverine buffaloes. Journal of Dairy Research, 85 (3): 303-308.
  • Singh RS, Bansal BK & Gupta DK (2017). Relationship between teat morphological traits and subclinical mastitis in Frieswal dairy cows. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 49 (8): 1623-1629.
  • Singh RS, Bansal BK & Gupta DK (2014). Udder health in relation to udder and teat morphometry in Holstein Friesian × Sahiwal crossbred dairy cows. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 46: 93-98.
  • Randhawa SS, Dua K, Singh RS, Dhaliwal PS & Sharma AK (2012). Effect of supplementation of zinc methionine on claw characteristics in crossbred dairy cattle. Indian Journal of Animal Science, 82: 304-308.
  • Sood NK, Singla LD, Singh RS & Uppal SK (2011). Association of Trypanosoma theileri with peritonitis in a pregnant cross-bred cow: A case report. Veterinarni Medicina, 56(2): 82-84.
  • Singh RS & Bansal BK (2004). Variation in selected components of milk among different milk fractions and its relevance to diagnosis of mastitis in buffaloes. Buffalo Journal, 20 (3): 213-224.