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Dr. Subodh Kumar Saha, B.V. Sc & A.H., M.Sc. (D), PhD, FNAVS, principal Scientists born on 1st November, 1967 in the district of Burdwan, West Bengal and started his career as scientist in the month of August 1995 at Animal Science division, Central agricultural research institute, Port Blair, A & N islands after completion of his management training at National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Hyderabad. He served as scientist for seven and half years in the Central Agricultural Research Institute at Port Blair, A & N Islands, where he worked on use of alternate feeds in islands for livestock production, use of probiotics for livestock and poultry production, developed different feeding schedule for livestock and poultry, use of tree leaves for goat production. Presently, he is fully engaged in teaching, research and extension activities in Centre of advanced faculty Training in Animal Nutrition at Indian Veterinary Research Institute. He is working in the area of unconventional feeds, its detoxification and nutrients utilization for last eight years. Recently, he is working on clinical nutrition to develop a feed based control measure for gastro- intestinal nematodes. He published more than eighty research papers in national and international repute journal. He presented more than 100 conference papers, published many books in animal nutrition, folders, bulletin and monograms. He bagged many awards and recognition in his career like best paper awards from Indian Dairy association, recognition award due to best poster in IVLP work and received fellow from National Academy of veterinary Sciences due to significant contribution for advancement of veterinary sciences. He has also visited USA and undergone training on mitigation strategies of methane production in ruminant livestock at Iowa State university, Ames, Iowa, USA. He also awarded prestigious Endeavour fellowship for post doctorate research in 2015-16 at CSIRO, Brisbane, Australia. He successfully guided more than 20 post graduate students as an advisor so far. Recently, he visited Berlin, Germany where he presented an invited lecture on scope of unconventional feeds for livestock production in India.
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