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DEPARTMENT: Veterinary Anatomy & Histology

Faculty & Staff

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Dr .Sreeranjini A R Dr .Sreeranjini A R
Designation: - Assistant Professor Stage III
Address: - Department of Veterinary Anatomy & Histology, College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Mannuthy
Mobile No: - 9447820178
Email ID: - sreeranjini@kvasu.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

  • BVSc & AH- Kerala Agricultural University, Thrissur, Kerala, India-1996
  • MVSc- Acharya N. G. Ranga Agricultural University, Andhra Pradesh, India -1999
  • Ph. D- Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University-2015

 

Area of Research

1. Title : Comparative histological and immunohistochemical studies on the pancreas of Malabari and Attappady Black breeds of goats

  • Outlay : 3.5 lakhs
  • Funding Agency: Kerala State Plan Fund
  • Duration : One year

2.Title : Anatomical causes of infertility in crossbred dairy cows: structural and molecular studies on reproductive system (Co-PI)

  • Outlay :10.8 lakhs
  • Funding Agency: Animal Husbandry Department, Kerala
  • Duration : 02 years

 

Work Experience

  • Veterinary Surgeon in Animal Husbandry Department, Kerala- 4 years and 6 months (1997, 2001-2004)
  • Teaching Assistant in College of Veterinary and Animal sciences, Mannuthy-2 months (2001)
  • Guest Faculty-Livestock Management Training Centre, Alwaye, Animal Husbandry Department, Kerala- 1 year and 2 months (2003-2004)
  • Assistant Professor, Kerala Agricultural University- 5years and 6 months (2004-2010 June)
  • Assistant Professor, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University- 8 years and 3 months (2010 June-2018 September)
  • Associate Professor, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University- 8 months (2018 September to till date)

Awards

  • Best article award with first prize in the International webinar conducted by Meat Technology Unit Mannuthy, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Indian Veterinary Association, CVAS Mannuthy and Association of Meat Scientists and Technologists from 6th to 8th July 2020.
  • Best poster presentation award in Clinical and regulatory pharmacology in the 19th Annual conference of Indian Society of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology and National Symposium-2019
  • Dr. A.M. Srivastava memorial award for Outstanding MVSc Thesis work entitled “Developmental studies and expression profile of alfa-fetoprotein gene on liver of embryonic and day-old turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)” authored by P. Sridevi and guided by A.R. Sreeranjini 2018 in XXXIII Annual Convention of Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists -2018
  • First prize for poster presentation in 10th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress-2018
  • Second prize for poster presentation in 9th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress-2017
  • First prize for oral paper presentation in 9th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress-2017
  • Dr. K.S. Roy Award for best paper in ‘Histoenzymology and Immunohistochemistry’ in XXIX Annual Convention of Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (IAVA) in 2015
  • Dr V. Ramkrishna Silver Jubilee Medal and Award for the Best Paper in ‘Anatomical Teaching Techniques’. in the XXX Annual Convention of Indian Association of Veterinary Anatomists (IAVA) in 2015
  • Junior Research Fellowship awarded by Indian Council of Agricultural Research throughout MVSc programme (1997-99)
  • Third rank for BVSc & AH degree programme.
  • Golden scalpel for scoring second highest marks in Operative Surgery during BVSc & AH
  • Kerala Agricultural University Merit Scholarship throughout BVSc & AH Degree Course.

Trainings

A. Long term Training Programmes attended

  • Technological Advances in Poultry Products & Marketing (04/ 01/ 2006 to 24/ 01/ 2006): - at Centre of Advanced Studies in Poultry Science, Veterinary College & Research Institute, Namakkal, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • Orientation Course (21/ 11/ 2007 to 18/ 12/ 2007): - at University Grants Commission-Academic Staff College, University of Calicut, Kerala, India.
  • Management development Training in Academic Leadership (18/10/2012 to 20/10/ 2012): - for faculty of Kerala Veterinary & Animal Sciences: - at Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, Kerala, India.
  • Hands on Training in Basic Molecular Biology Techniques (23/07/2013 to 29/07/2013): at Centre of Advanced studies in Animal Breeding & Genetics, College of Veterinary &Animal sciences, Mannuthy, Thrissur, Kerala, India.
  • Refresher course in Life Sciences (04/07/2014 to 24/072014): at University Grants Commission (UGC)-Academic Staff College, University of Calicut, Kerala, India.
  • Training on “Web based Educational Content Management” (04/10/2017 to 13/10/2017): at National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Hyderabad, India.
  • Winter School on Clinical Application of stem cells in animals organized by ICAR- Division of Surgery, IVRI, Izatnagar, UP from 1.11.2019 to 21.11.2019 (21 days)

B. Short term Training Programmes Attended

  • Training on Introduction to Bioinformatic tools (12/07/2015 to 14/07/2015): at College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Mannuthy, Thrissur, Kerala, India.
  • Hands on workshop on formalin free biological specimen preparation for teaching and museum (15/10/2016 to 16/10/2016): at Sapthagiri Institute of Medical Sciences and Research, Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
  • HRD training on “Professional Harmony” (18/04/2017): at College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Mannuthy, Kerala, India.
  • HRD training on “Effect of motivation on Institutional Development” organized by Academic Staff College, KVASU at CVAS, Mannuthy on 15th March 2018
  • Training on “Capacity building of KVASU teachers on basic counseling and mentoring skills” conducted by Directorate of Students Welfare, KVASU on 30th & 31st August 2018 at Hotel Highway Palace, Pattikkad.

 

 

Publications

 

  • Anatomy of the Rabbit. 2012. Authored by K.M. Lucy, A. R. Sreeranjini, Indu V. Raj and N. Ashok. Published by Narendra Publishing House, New Delhi, India. ISBN: 978-93-80428-66-6
  • Emerging Concepts in Veterinary Anatomy. 2012. Edited by Chungath. J.J., Ashok. N., Lucy. K.M., Maya. S., Indu. V. R., Sreeranjini. A. R., Rajani. C.V., Leena. C., Patki. H. S. and Firdous. A. D. 2012. Published by Department of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University.
  • Manual of “Advanced Training on Healthcare and Management of elephants”. 2012. (Author of two chapters). Published by Elephant Study Centre of Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, at College of Veterinary and Animal Science, Mannuthy.
  • Problem based learning in Veterinary Anatomy (Chapter). In: Embedding Problem-Based learning in Veterinary Curriculum. 2015. Authored by Maya, S., Chungath, J.J., Sumena, K.B., Ashok, N. and Sreeranjini. A.R. Published by Kerala Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Pookode, Wayanad. pp. 30-32.
  • Associate Editor of Proceedings (ISSN 2394-255X) of the 10th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress 2018 conducted by Indian Veterinary Association (Kerala) at Kattampally, Kannur on 10th and 11th November 2018
  • Sreeranjini, A.R., Ashok, N., Maya, S., Lucy, K.M. and Chungath, J.J. 2020. Microanatomical studies on vasculogenesis and angiogenesis in the pancreas of crossbred goat kids. Pharma Innovation J. SP-9 (7): 237-239.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini and N. Ashok. 2016. Prenatal development of exocrine pancreas in crossbred goats. Intl. J. Anat. Res., 4 (2): 2365-2371
  • A.R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, S. Maya, K.M. Lucy, and J.J. Chungath. 2016. Prenatal development of B-cells in the pancreas of cross bred goats: an immunohisto-chemical study. Indian J. Vet. Anim. Sci. Res. 45 (4): 718-721.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, K.M. Lucy, S. Maya, V. L. Gleeja and J.J. Chungath. 2015. Prenatal morphogenesis and morphometry of pancreas in cross bred goats. J. Vet. Anim. Sci. 46 (2): 68-73.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, K. M. Lucy, S. Maya and J.J. Chungath. 2015. Histological studies on the prenatal development of endocrine pancreas in goats. Indian J. Vet. Anat. 27 (2): 41-44.
  • A. R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, V.R. Indu, K. M. Lucy, S. Maya, and J. J. Chungath (2012). Scent Glands in Domestic Animals and their role in Communication. In “Arani” the souvenir of Veterinarians State Convention, Wayanad: pp 29-32.
  • Sreeranjini. A.R., Indu V. Raj, N. Ashok and K. R. Harshan (2007). Some gross anatomical features of the rabbit. Souvenir, Travancore Meet - Veterinarian’s annual convention-29, 30 Dec-2007: pp 99-100.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini. (2006). Some applied anatomical aspects useful for a field Veterinarian. Journal of Indian Veterinary Association –Kerala, Vol.4 (1): pp12-15.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini. (2006). Akidine ariyuka. (Know about the udder) Karshakasree . December-2006: pp 62-63.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini. (2006). Charmam marma pradhanam’ (Importance of Skin) Kerala Karshakan. August-2006: pp 56, 61.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini., N. Ashok., S. Maya, K. M. Lucy and J. J. Chungath. 2018. Histological and immuno- histochemical studies on the postnatal development of B-cells in the pancreas of crossbred goat kids. In: Proceedings of 10th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress conducted by Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala; 10th to 11th November, 2018, Kattampalli, Kannur, Kerala. pp. 296-299.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini., N. Ashok., K. M. Lucy, S. Maya., and J. J. Chungath. 2017. Anatomical Studies on the Hepatopancreatic Duct in Crossbred Goats. In: Proceedings of 9th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress; 11th to 12th November, 2017, Nedumbassery, Cochin. Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala. pp. 188-191.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini., N. Ashok., P. Suvaneeth, V.R. Indu., S. Maya., K.M. Lucy., N.S. Sunilkumar and K.B. Sumena. 2017. Gross Anatomical Studies on the Pelvic Girdle of African Grey Parrot (Psittacus Erithacus). In: Proceedings of 9th Kerala Veterinary Science Congress; 11th to 12th November, 2017, Nedumbassery, Cochin. Indian Veterinary Association, Kerala. pp. 368-370.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, K. M. Lucy, S. Maya and J.J. Chungath (2016). Histological studies on prenatal innervations in the pancreas of crossbred goat kids. Kerala Veterinary Science Congress, 12th and 13th November, Pattikkad, Thrissur, Kerala: 169-171.
  • A.R. Sreeranjini, N. Ashok, S. Maya, K. M. Lucy and J.J. Chungath (2016). Histological and transmission electron microscopic studies on the pancreatic secretory acini of crossbred goat kids. Kerala Veterinary Science Congress, 12th and 13th November, Pattikkad, Thrissur, Kerala: 128-130.

 

 

 


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