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Gadvasu

Guru Angad Dev Veterinary And Animal Sciences University
ਗੁਰੂ ਅੰਗਦ ਦੇਵ ਵੈਟਨਰੀ ਐਂਡ ਐਨੀਮਲ ਸਾਇੰਸਜ਼ ਯੂਨੀਵਰਸਿਟੀ

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Faculty Detail

Dr. Vijay Singh Malik

Designation: Reproductive Physiologist
Contact Address: Department of Animal Genetics & Breeding, College of Veterinary Science, Guru Angad Dev Veterinary & Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana 141004
Telephone : 0161-2414044
Mobile: +91-9417480092(R)
Email: ettlabgadvasu@rediffmail.com

Academic Credentials

Teaching and Other Appointments

Teaching interest to PG students in the subjects of Environmental Physiology, Growth Physiology, Comparative Physiology, Lactation Physiology, Avian Physiology, Vitamin and Mineral Physiology.  

Area of Research Interests

Female Reproduction, Environmental Physiology, Growth Physiology and Embryo Transfer Technology.

Ongoing Projects

Sr. No. Name Funding Agency Year of Start
1. Improvement of Dairy Animals through Embryo Transfer Technology at the Institutional farms and under Field conditions C(d) AGB-1 (old Misc.- 2) ( Presently Working). Punjab Govt. 2007
2. Anatomical, Histological, Histochemical, electron-microscopic studies as related to hormonal and Biochemical profile in female reproductive organs in buffalo NPV-40 (worked from 1993-2008) (Posted). Punjab Govt. 1992

Research Honour’s /Awards

Adjudged as the Best Scientist during the XV Convention on Animal Reproduction and National Symposium on “Biotechniques in optimizing fertility in Farm Animals” held at Ludhiana from 10th to 12th February, 1999.

No. of Publications

Research: 12 Extension: 5 Books: Nil Manuals: Nil

Publications

Joga S. Matharoo, Narinder Singh, V.S. Malik, G. Kaushal, Chatinder Singh.2012. On Filed Assessment of the Success Rate of Non-surgical Embryo Transfer in Cattle as Influenced by Embryonic and Maternal Factors. Animal Science Reporter. 6 : 47-52. NAAS Rating, 3.0

R.K. Malik, Pardeep Singh, R.K. Tuli, R.K. Chandolia, V.S. Malik, D.S. Malik and S.S. Lathwal (2010) Ovarian changes and follicular dynamics during post-partum period in Murrah buffaloes. Indian Journal of Veterinary Research 19 (1) : 43-50 (NAAS Rating = 3.6)

Nayyar S., Malik V.S. and Jindal R (2010) Lipid and micro mineral profile in the cystic and ovarian tissue from buffalo Indian Veterinary Journal 87 (7): 718 (NAAS Rating = 6.0)

V.S. Malik, Shashi Nayyar and Rajesh Jindal (2009) Trace element levels in Reproductive organs of Murrah buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Research 43 (1) : 56-58 (NAAS Rating = 3.8)

Neelam Bansal, Rajesh Jindal, Shashi Nayyar and V.S. Malik (2004) Ovarian morphology and plasma hormonal concentration during different phases of reproductive cycle in buffaloes. Indian Journal of Animal Science 74(12) : 1192-93 (NAAS Rating = 6.6)

Shashi Nayyar, Varinder Kaur Gill, V.S. Malik, K.S. Roy and Rajvir Singh (2003) Vitamin E and Selenium improve the blood chemical composition of anoestrus buffalo heifer. Indian Journal of Animal Science 73 (6) : 654-656 (NAAS Rating = 6.6)

K.B. Sharma, Shashi Nayyar, V.S. Malik, Rajvir Singh and S.P.S. Sodhi (1999) Levels of hormones and minerals in cyclic anestrus and subestrus buffalo heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Science 69 (4) : 241-216 (NAAS Rating = 6.6)

K.B. Sharma, Shashi Nayyar, V.S. Malik and S.P.S. Sodhi (1998) Biochemical studies in cyclic, anestrus and subestrus buffalo heifers. Indian Journal of Animal Science 68 (5) : 469-470(NAAS Rating = 6.6)

Shashi Nayyar, K.B. Sharma, V.S. Malik, Rajvir Singh, Narinder Singh P.J.S. Rattan and S.P.S. Sodhi (1998) Blood biochemical and hormonal composition during the prepubertal period as related to the age of puberty in buffalo. Indian Journal of Animal Reproduction 19 (2) : 113-116 (NAAS Rating = 2.6)