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CssTemplatesWeb.comDr. M. Narayana Swamy
Professor & Head
B.V.Sc., M.V.Sc., and Ph.D.
Brief Profile

His Masterís Degree work was pregnancy detection by rosette inhibition test in cows and Doctorate work is on Probiotics as growth promoters in broiler chickens. The career started as Instructor on 02.02.1991 and promoted to Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) and Assistant Professor (Selection Grade). After selected to Professor post in Veterinary Physiology on 26.06.2007, he is presently working as Professor & Head, Department of Veterinary Physiology from 05.09.2007. Involved in Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral Degree Program teaching.
Published 13 research papers, 21 abstracts, 15 scientific articles, 33 popular articles, one leaflet and one book published to the credit. The book entitled Jaanuvaaru (livestock) is published by Kannada Pustaka Pradhikara, Government of Karnataka. Delivered 11 Radio Talks for the benefit of farming community.
The awards conferred are Dr. T. Prabhakaran Memorial Medal for Best Research Article for the year 2000 from Indian Veterinary Association, New Delhi and Best Poster Presentation Award from Indian Society of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology.
Phone No: +91-80-23411483; Ext:254
Mobile No:+91-9880937763
E-mail Id: mns263@yahoo.com

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Dr. Veena T
Associate Professor
BVSc., MVSc & Ph.D., (Animal Behavior and Physiology)
Brief Profile

Graduated from University of Agricultural Sciences in 1982, completed M.V.Sc programme in Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology from the Bangalore Veterinary College. Obtained Ph.D., from Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai, Tamilnadu in the field of Animal Behavior and Physiology during 2005. Employed as Instructor in 1982 in the present Department and promoted as Assistant Professor and Associate professor. Research specialization during MVSc was Effect of Malathion on humoral immune response in Rabbits and Flocking dynamics of foraging myna birds in Doctoral studies At present a simple seed germination method (punyakoti test) is developed and standardized to diagnose pregnancy in cattle. She visited Edinburgh, UK, Nepal and Taiwan and Malaysia.
Awards / Recognitions:Awarded Sir C.V. Raman Award for young scientist for innovative research in devising a simple bioassay to diagnose pregnancy in cattle by the Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (1995) and Awarded RSPCA, UK Fellowship for one year to study MSc in Animal behavior and animal Welfare at the University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.

Phone No: +91-23411483; Extn: 254
Mobile No: +91-9902525520
E-mail Id: Veenahabilis@rediffmail.com