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Dr R. S. Bhatt

Designation:   Principal Scientist(Animal Nutrition), Animal Nutrition Division (Official e-mail id:an.cswri@icar.gov.in)

Contact Details:  Division of Animal Nutrition, CSWRI Avikanagar (Post), Malpura (Tehsil), Tonk Dist, Rajasthan 304501

Phone No. : 01437 220143(O), 01437 220296(R)
Mobile No. : 9413209790
Fax No. : 01437 220163
Email Id : bhatt_rs@yahoo.com

Academic Background

Degree
Year
University / Institute
B..Sc. (Agri.)
1987
Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya Palampur, H.P. 176062
M..Sc  (Animal Nutrition)
1989
Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya Palampur, H.P. 176062
Ph.D. (Animal Nutrition)
1994
Himachal Pradesh Krishi Vishva Vidyalaya Palampur, H.P. 176062


Research Experience:


 
1.         
Lamb Nutrition for Mutton production
 Nutrition of lamb for higher growth and that of cull ewes  for carcass restructuring
2.         
Methane emission and mitigation
Methane emission from feedstuffs and livestock and development of mitigation strategies
3.         
Rabbit Nutrition
Rabbit nutrition for increased wool and growth production from angora and broiler rabbits
4.         
Formulation of ration
Ration formulation for different type and categories of livestock
5.         
 Nutrition of Migratory Sheep
Nutritional needs of sheep during migration and development of strategic supplementation schedule

Awards and Professional Affiliations

 
1.         
 Research Poster Award
 Best poster Award during Annual conference of India Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization (2012)
2.         
Hindi Research Poster Presentation Award
Awarded best Hindi Research Poster presentation during Hindi Festival of institute during 2012.
Professional Affiliations

1.         
Life Member
Animal Nutrition Society of India
2.         
Life Member
Animal Nutrition Association
3.         
Life Member
Indian Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization
4.         
Treasurer
Indian Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization (2011-2013)
5.         
CEC Member
Indian Society for Sheep and Goat Production and Utilization (2009-2011)

 Best Ten Research Publications

1.  
Randhir Singh Bhatt & Nira Manik Soren &
Artabandhu Sahoo & Shaikh Abdul Karim (2013)
Level and period of realimentation to assess improvement in body
condition and carcass quality in cull ewes. Trop Anim Health Prod
45:167-176
2.  
R. S. Bhatt, N. M. Soren, A. Sahoo- and S. A. Karim (2012)
Re-alimentation strategy to manoeuvre body condition and
carcass characteristics in cull ewes. Animal 6:1, pp 61–69
 
3.  
R.S. Bhatt, N.M. Soren, M.K. Tripathi, S.A. Karim (2011)
Effects of different levels of coconut oil supplementation on
performance, digestibility, rumen fermentation and carcass traits of
Malpura lambs. Animal Feed Science and Technology 164:  29–37
4.  
R.S. Bhatt, M.K.Tripathi, D.L.Verma and S.A. Karim (2009)
 Effect of different feeding regimes on pre-weaning growth, rumen fermentation and its influence on post- weaning performance of lambs. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition 93: 568–57
 
5.  
R.S. Bhatt and S.R. Sharma. (2009).
Seasonal Production Performance of Angora Rabbits under Sub-temperate Himalayan Conditions Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Science 22: 416-420
6.  
R.S.Bhatt, Davendra Kumar, R.B. Sharma and K.S.Risam. (2008).
Effect of concentrate levels on the production performance of Angora rabbits. Indian Journal of Animal Sciences 80: 168-171
 
7.  
Bhatt, R.S., Mondal, D. Sharma, R.B and Risam, K.S. (2008).
Utilization of mulberry (Morus alba) leaves for economic Angora rabbit production. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology 8: 147-156.
 
8.  
Bhatt, R.S., S.R. Sharma, Umesh Singh, Davendra Kumar, and Risam, K.S. (2005).
Effect of substituting groundnut cake with different levels of rice bran on the growth and wool production performance of German Angora rabbits. World Rabbit Science, 13: 179-187.
 
9.  
Bhatt, R. S., Sharma, S. R., Singh, U., Kumar, D. and Bhasin, V. (2002)
Effect of different seasons on the performance of Grey Giant rabbits under sub-temperate Himalayan conditions. Asian-Australasian Journal of Animal Sciences. 15 (6): 812-820
10.      
R.S.Bhatt and S.R.Sharma (2001).
Nutrient utilization and growth performance of broiler rabbits fed oat plant meal and tall fescue hay. Asian Australasian J.Ani. Sci. 14:1228-1232
 

Foreign Exposure

1.         
January 22- April 21, 2010
NAIP Training on “Methane Emission and Development of Mitigation Strategies” at CSIRO, Floreat, Perth, Australia



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