A Two-Days National Workshop on 'Enteric Methane Emission in India: Estimation, Amelioration and Technology Adoption' was organized on 12-13th March 2020 at ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Adugodi, Bengaluru. The National Workshop was organized under the ICAR sponsored project on 'Estimation of methane emission under different feeding systems and development of mitigation strategies'. Dr K. Pradhan, Former Vice Chancellor, OUAT, Bhubaneswar was the chief guest during the inauguration function of the workshop. Dr Khub Singh, Former Director, ICAR-NIANP and Dr A. K. Tyagi, ADG (AN & P) graced the occasion as Guests of Honour. Dr Raghavendra Bhatta, Project Coordinator & Director presented the state-wise enteric methane emission from Indian livestock. Dr A. K. Tyagi emphasized on the importance on developing the farmers’ friendly enteric methane ameliorative measures for different regions. Dr Khub Singh stressed upon the collaborative research among the research institutes and universities to address the objectives of the project. Dr K. Pradhan appreciated the efforts of researchers in developing methane ameliorative strategies and stressed upon the multi location trials for the validation of products/technologies. Dr K. T. Sampath and Dr C.S. Prasad, Former Directors chaired the technical sessions during the workshop. About 40 participants including principal and co investigators from the participating institutes, other ICAR institute, Universities attended the workshop and made the presentation in thematic areas. Dr PK Malik, Dr V Sejian and Dr Atul P Kolte coordinated the workshop.
The World Veterinary Poultry Association (India) has organized its first annual conference at ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bengaluru on 28th Feb 2020. The theme of the national conference was Advances in Poultry Science for One Health. Total 279 delegates from the research institutes, universities, poultry industry and students attended this conference. Prof. S. Abdul Rahman, Executive Director and Past President Commonwealth Veterinary Association was the chief guest of the inaugural function and in his address, he highlighted the importance of anti-microbial resistance, zoonotic diseases, climate change and animal welfare in the present scenario. The Chairman of the organizing committee and Director of the ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore Dr. Raghavendra Bhatta welcomed the delegates. In his address, mentioned that ICAR-NIANP is celebrating its Silver Jubilee Celebration during 2020. During this year, a series of programme have been planned and this conference is one of them. He also highlighted the achievements of the institute during the last 25 years in some of the niche areas of research such as in-vovo nutrition in poultry, climate change, stem cell research, embryo sexing, male and female reproduction in addition to many farmer friendly technologies developed and commercialized. Dr. Jitendra Verma, the President of the WVPA (I) gave a brief about the genesis of the association and its future. Dr. Shirish Nigam, the Secretary of the WVPA (I), felicitated the guests and gave an overview about the activities of the WVPA (I). Few global and several national experts have attended this conference to deliberate on the following sub themes: Poultry breeding and genetics, Biotic and abiotic stress and welfare, Gut health, feed additives and management, Disease surveillance and biosecurity, Emerging diseases of poultry and flock health, Autogenous & Recombinant vaccinology and Developments in poultry products technology. As a part of Science day celebration, a poster session was also held and best three posters were selected, and student awardees were felicitated during the function. Dr. V. Sejian was the Organizing Secretary of the WVPA (I) conference.
During the Silver Jubilee Year of ICAR-NIANP, Bangalore the state of the art “Centre for Laboratory Animal Studies and Centre for Climate Resilient Animal Adaptation Studies” were inaugurated by the Hon’ble Dr. Trilochan Mohapatra, Secretary DARE and the DG, ICAR on 5th Feb 2020. The DDG (AS) Dr. BN Tripathi and DDG (Fy.) Dr. JK Jena graced the occasion. The Centre for Laboratory Animal Studies (BSL II) built with a cost of about seven crores, has the capacity for housing about 7000 lab animals such as rat, mice, rabbit and hamsters. These will be used for the investigations on bioavailability of nutrients, stem cell biology, stress models and for breeding and supply of laboratory animals to other organizations. Built with an estimated cost of about two crores, the “Centre for Climate Resilient Animal Adaptation Studies” has twenty-four micro-climatic controlled chambers, with 12 for thermo-neutral zone and 12 for heating/cooling. These chambers will be used for the quantification of epigenetic changes associated with climate change in small ruminants, pathway analysis study for heat stress etc. On the same day Hon. DG also inaugurated the Indo-Australian International workshop on “Transfer of mitigation technologies for heat stress in farm animals”. This function was attended by all NIANP staffs in addition to 30 participants from all over India and heads of all ICAR institutes at Bangalore. Four delegates from University of Melbourne, Australia were also participating in the workshop. During the inauguration, Dr. Raghavendra Bhatta, Director of the institute gave an overview about the Indo-Australian workshop.
The “ICAR-National institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology” celebrated the “Foundation Day” on successful completion of 24 years since its inception.
The ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology in collaboration with all the ICAR institutes located in Bengaluru organized the "Farmers' Conclave" on 16 and 17 February 2018. The mega event was coordinated by Dr Raghavendra Bhatta, Director, ICAR- National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology, Bangalore. The two-day conclave was attended by more than 2000 farmers, and delegates from different ICAR Institutes and KVKs located in Karnataka. Honourable Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Shri Radha Mohan Singh, Union Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation, Shri DV Sadananda Gowda, Union Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Shri Anant Kumar Hegde, Union Minister for Parliamentary Affairs and Chemicals and Fertilizers, Shri Ananth Kumar, Secretary, DARE and Director General, ICAR, Dr Trilochan Mohapatra and DDG (Agricultural Extension), ICAR, Dr AK Singh attended the inaugural function of the event and graced the occasion. Director General, ICAR, Dr Trilochan Mohapatra after welcoming the Hon. dignitaries highlighted the contributions of various ICAR institutes in Karnataka. Shri Radha Mohan Singh in his address urged that encouraging the young generation towards agricultural activities and increasing the farmers’ income from small holdings are the major challenges of the Indian agricultural sector at present. He also mentioned that although the task is herculean, but it is not impossible if the technocrats, bureaucrats and politicians work together dedicatedly towards the targeted goal. Addressing the gathering, Shri Anant Kumar Hegde and Shri Ananth Kumar mentioned that water is a scarce resource in Karnataka and therefore, appropriate policies are required to be implemented at the earliest to introduce and popularise profitable dry land agricultural practices in the State.
A series of publications, CDs from different Institutes and two products - Harit Dhara, an anti-methanogenic feed supplement and a special bull mineral mixture developed by ICAR- NIANP, Bangalore were released during the occasion. During the Conclave 50 exhibitions stalls were setup by the ICAR Institutes and KVKs to display various technologies and products related to agriculture, animal husbandry and fisheries. Scientists-Farmers interactive meets on different aspects of agriculture and animal husbandry were also held on both days of the Conclave.
The ICAR-National Institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology (ICAR-NIANP) hosted the 7th Pan Commonwealth Veterinary Conference (PCVC7) from 03-07 March, 2019 on the theme “The Role of Veterinarians in Addressing the Global Challenges to the Lives of Our Pets, Livestock, Wildlife, Humans and Our Environment”. The conference was jointly organized by the Commonwealth Veterinary Association (CVA), ICAR-NIANP, Karnataka Veterinary, Animal and Fisheries Sciences University (KVAFSU), Karnataka Veterinary Association (KVA) and Pet Practitioners Association of Karnataka. Pan Commonwealth Veterinary Conferences are organized by CVA once in 4 years. Earlier conferences have been held in Harare, Zimbabwe (1991), Bangalore, India (1998), Wellington, New Zealand (2003), Barbados West Indies (2007), Accra, Ghana (2011) and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2015).
The conference was inaugurated by the chief guest of the inaugural session Dr Mark Schipp, Chief Veterinary Officer Australia and President World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE). He elaborated the objectives and activities of OIE for improving animal health worldwide. The other dignitaries of the inaugural session were Dr Peter Thornber, President CVA; Dr HD Narayanswamy, honourable Vice Chancellor of KVAFSU; Dr Suresh S Honnappagol, Animal Husbandry Commissioner, DADF, Govt. of India; Dr Abdul Rahman, India Executive Director and Former President CVA; Dr Raghavendra Bhatta, Director, ICAR-NIANP; and Prof. S Yathiraj, Regional Representative, Asian Region, CVA. Addressing the delegates Dr Peter Thornber mentioned that in this year, CVA is celebrating 52 years in extending its voluntary support and assistance to the veterinarians throughout the commonwealth at the grass-roots level. He also expressed his profound gratitude to the organizers for their vision and dedication in putting together for organizing this exciting mega scientific event. The conference was attended by more than 700 delegates including 50 overseas delegates from 38 different countries. The delegates consisted of the members and councillors of CVA, invited speakers from India and abroad and, academicians, students and policy makers from the different Indian institutions, organizations and associations. The main sessions of the conference included the areas of Companion Animal Medicine; Climate Change; Integrative Veterinary Medicine; Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics; Livestock and Poultry Health and Production; Veterinary Education; Control of Rabies One Health Initiative, Antimicrobial Resistance; Woman and Sustainable Livestock Production; Epidemiology and Public Health; and Wildlife Medicine. Additionally, the conference also focussed on three companion animal workshops on veterinary dentistry, cardiology and orthopaedics with renowned resource persons such as Dr Phillip Moses from Australia, Dr Ruhnau Jens from Denmark, Prof Sydney Moise, USA and Prof James Flanders, USA. Two dedicated workshops were also organized on Animal Welfare Research and Working Equines.
The PCVC7 provided an outstanding platform to the delegates for sharing, exchanging and gathering the current knowledge and future opportunities in the different fields of veterinary and allied sciences.
The “ICAR-National institute of Animal Nutrition and Physiology” celebrated the “Foundation Day” on 1st December, 2018, on successful completion of 23 years since its inception.
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