S K Saha
ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, India
S.K. Saha, PhD, FNAVS, Principal Scientists born on 1st November, 1967 in India and started his career as scientist in 1994 at Animal Science division, CARI, Port Blair, A & N islands. He served as a scientist for seven and half years in the CARI at Port Blair, where he worked on use of alternate available feeds in islands for livestock production, use of probiotics for livestock and poultry production, developed different feeding schedule for livestock and poultry, use of tree leaves for goat production. Presently, he is fully engaged in teaching, research and extension activities at IVRI. He is working in the area of unconventional feeds, its detoxification and utilization. He published many books and seventy research papers. He bagged many awards and recognition in his career. He has also visited USA and undergone training on mitigation strategies of methane production in ruminant at Iowa State University, Ames, USA. He is also recipient of Endeavour fellowship by the Govt. of Australia for post doctorate and guided many students as a major advisor.