CSWRI Logo CSWRI Title ICAR Logo  
BLTC BRTC

BackCadre Strength » Dr S M K Naqvi



Dr S M K Naqvi

Designation:   Principal Scientist(Animal Physiology), Physiology and Biochemistry Division (Official e-mail id: apb.cswri@gmail.com)

Contact Details:  C S W R I Avikanagar, Malpura Via-Jaipur RAJASTHAN 304501

Phone No. : 01437 220165(O), 01437 240265(R)
Mobile No. : 9414440194
Fax No. : 01437 220163
Email Id : naqvismk@yahoo.co.in, naqvismk@gmail.com

Academic Background

Degree
 
Year
 
University / Institute
B..Sc.
1978
University of Rajasthan
M..Sc
1982
Kurukshetra University
Ph.D.
1988
Kurukshetra University
Post  Doc
1991
NDRI Karnal


Research Experience:


 

Research Areas:

 

1. Small ruminants

2. Reproductive biotechnology

3. Stress Physiology

 

1.        
Embryo transfer technology in sheep: PI
2.        
Studies on cryopreservation of ram semen: PI
3.        
Physiological and performance adaptability of sheep and rabbit under hot semi-arid regions: Co-PI
4.         
Artificial insemination and physiological manipulations to increase productivity in field condition: Co-PI
5.        
Biotechnological approaches for augmenting sheep reproduction: PI
6.        
Ex-situ conservation and AI with frozen ram semen: Co-PI
7.        
Physiological and performance adaptability of sheep under hot semi-arid regions: Co-PI
8.        
Development of non-invasive intrauterine insemination in sheep for use of frozen ram semen :PI
9.        
Improving lambing rates in sheep through embryo and other technologies and production of rams
10.     
Improving reproductive efficiency of  goat, sheep ,camel, cattle and buffalo
11.     
Production of superior males through embryo transfer technology
12.     
Environmental stress and its amelioration through shelter management
13.     
Fertility augmentation by inhibin immunoneutralization
14.     
Ram semen preservation and utilization
15.     
Improving reproductive efficiency of sheep for augmenting production
16.     
Studies on multiple stresses on reproduction and production of sheep
17.      
Improvement of sheep production in farmer’s flock through   physiological and reproductive techniques
18.      
Net wok project on Adaptation of livestock to impending climatic changes through shelter management
19.      
DBT:Molecular identification and characterization of  melatonin receptors gene in relation to reproduction
20.      
NFBSFARA :Deciphering the mechanism of aberrant maternal recognition of pregnancy (MRP) events in sheep and buffalo under heat and nutritional stress.
21.      
 NICRA:Assessing resilience of small ruminant production under changing climatic condition in semi-arid zone


Awards and Professional Affiliations

 Fellow

1.
National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS)
2012
2. 
Indian Society for sheep and goat production and utilization(ISSGPU)
2008
3.
Society of Animal Physiologist of India (SAPI)
2009

 

 

 

 

 

Awards

1.
ICAR Award for Team Research (Biennium) 2003-04
2.
ICAR Award for Team Research (Biennium) 1997-98
3.
D.N. Mullick Memorial Award (2006-07)
4.
DBT Biotechnology Associateship,1991
5.
Young Scientist Award,1996
6.
ISSGPU Best research article award,2010
7.
SAPI Best research paper award,2009
8.
Agricultural Science Congress Award,1999
9.
Indian Science Congress Award,2001
10.
ISSGPU award,2001
11.
ISSRF Award,1998
12.
Rajasthan Gourav,2008




BBLC BBRC