Dr. Tejinder Singh
Veterinary Officer, State veterinary hospital, Rania, Kanpur Dehat, U.P. India
Dr.Tejinder Singh Has completed his Master Veterinary Science degree from GADVASU Ludhiana, He is working with state animal husbandry department Uttar Pradesh since 2007 as Veterinary Officer.He has published one book titled Handbook of wild and zoo animal health care and management, and more than 30 research and clinical papers in national and international journals.
Disaster causes serious disruption of society causing damage to human as well as animal lives. India is vulnerable, in varying degrees, to a large number of disasters. More than 58.6 per cent of the landmass is prone to earthquakes of moderate to very high intensity; over 12% of its land is prone to floods and river erosion; 8% coastline is prone to cyclones and tsunamis; 68% of its cultivable area is vulnerable to droughts; and, 3% hilly areas are at risk from landslides and avalanches Moreover, India is also vulnerable to Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) emergencies and other man-made disasters. Disaster causes severe loses in livestock sector causing huge and sudden loss to farmers as well as livestock industry. Disaster management broadly divided two-point framework,Â pre disaster risk reduction phase and post disaster recovery phase. Disaster management has four main components: Preparedness before disaster strikes by adopting advanced weather forecasting technology and early warning system, Mitigation efforts attempt to prevent hazards from developing into disasters altogether, or to reduce the effects of disasters when they occur, i.e. making the effect of the disaster less severe by understanding hazard, vulnerability and risk assessment, Response time to a disaster must be as minimum as possible it includes the mobilization of the necessary emergency services and first responders in the disaster area. and Recovery phase is to restore the affected area to its previous state, which takes time In case of livestock with preparedness, pre disaster, during disaster and after disaster is helpful to reduce the livestock loss during disaster and minimize its effect on livestock population.
- Animal Growth & Development
- Animal Health: Physiological & Molecular Indicators
- Genetics and Animal Breeding
- Veterinary Medicine
- Animal Biotechnology
- Livestock Production
- Animal Nutrition & Wellbeing
- Dairy Food Production & Quality Control
- Agriculture, Animals and the Environment
- Animal Behavior and Animal Welfare
- Neonatal Survival and Management