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animal scientist

Jatinder Paul Semgal, Indian animal scientist. Achievements include research in ruminant nutrition; research in fattening of male buffalo calves for quality meat production; research in isolation of ruminal fungi from different species of livestock. Fellow: New York Academy of Sciences; member: Animal Nutrition Society (joint secretary since 2006).

Background

Semgal, Jatinder Paul was born on June 7, 1953.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Panjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India, 1974. Master of Science in Animal Nutrition, Panjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India, 1977. Doctor of Philosophy in Animal Nutrition, Panjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India, 1987.

Career

Research associate PAU, Ludhiana, 1977—1978. Scientist Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, 1978—1984, senior scientist, 1984—1998, principal scientist, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in ruminant nutrition. Research in fattening of male buffalo calves for quality meat production. Research in isolation of ruminal fungi from different species of livestock.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor scientific papers to professional journals.

Membership

Fellow: New York Academy of Sciences. Member: Animal Nutrition Society (joint secretary since 2006).