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Dr. Anju Kala
Animal Nutrition Division,

Mobile No.: 7895454924

Field of Specialization Animal nutrition, Rumen Microbiolgy, Probiotics Total Research Papers 4
No. Patents Granted / Filed Total No. of Book / Manual
No. of M.V.Sc. Student Guided No. of PhD Student Guided
Present Number of M.V.Sc. Student Present Numberof PhD Student

Top 10 Research Papers

  • Kala, A., Dass, R.S., Garg, A.K. and Chaturvedi, V.K. 2013. Effect of inorganic and organic zinc supplementation on immune status of kids. Indian Veterinary Journal, 90 (12): 09 – 10. (IF-0.03).
  • Kala, A., Dass, R.S. and Garg, A.K. 2016. Effect of zinc supplementation from Inorganic and organic sources on blood biochemical, serum enzyme, minerals, vitamin and hormones in kids. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology, 16(1): 129-142. (IF-0.25).
  • Kala, A., Kamra, D.N., Agarwal, N. and Chaudhary, L.C. 2017. Effect of a blend of essential oils on buffalo rumen microbial and enzyme profiles and in vitro feed fermentation. Animal Nutrition and Feed Technology: 189-200. DOI: 10.5958/0974-181X.2017.00020.8 (IF-0.25).
  • Kala, A., Kamra, D.N., Kumar, A., Agarwal, N., Chaudhary, L.C. and Joshi, C.G. 2017. Impact of levels of total digestible nutrients on microbiome, enzyme profile and degradation of feeds in buffalo rumen. PLoS ONE 12(2): e0172051.


  • Vice chancellor Gold medalist in B.V.Sc
  • XCEFT merit award in B.V.Sc
  • ICAR JRF for pursuing M.V.Sc
  • Prime minister appreciation and invitation to view 26th Jan, 2010 parade for meritorious performance in MVSc


  • Life member of Animal Nutrition Association
  • Life member of Animal Nutrition Society of India

Ongoing Projects

  • Studies on the interaction of rumen microbes with sulphur and its manipulation for improving livestock production
  • Veterinary type culture collection: Rumen microbes
  • Role of plants as a modifier of rumen to reduce methane production and improve productivity in small animals

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