Dr. Navneet Saxena

Dr. Navneet Saxena
Principal Scientist
E-mail: navsax@gmail.com ;


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Dr. Navneet Saxena Ph.D. Principal Scientist navsax@gmail.com ; Navneet.Saxena@icar.gov.in 01662-281638 (O); 01662-258895 (R) 9896344344; 9215558887

Field of Specialization Organic Chemistry Total No of Research Papers
No. Patents Granted / Filed - National 15
No. of M.V.Sc. /M.Sc. Student Guided 9 (M.Phil students) International 10
Present Number of M.V.Sc./MSc Students - Total No. of Books / Manuals Book Chapters: 4
Technical Bulletins: 4
No. of PhD Student Guided 1 (as Co-supervisor)

2 (as member advisory committee)

Total no of popular articles -
Present Number of PhD Student 1

· Awarded Joint CSIR-UGC Junior Research Fellowship (1990)

· Qualified GATE-1990

· Area specific mineral mixture for Haryana

· Two precision feeding approach based economic modules developed – one for replacement heifers and one for young male calves

· Four multiresidue methods for simultaneous determination of synthetic pyrethroids using HPLC was developed

· Indian Society for Buffalo Development

· Animal Nutrition Society of India

· Animal Nutrition Association

· Society for Pesticide Science India

· Society for Conservation of Domestic Animal Biodiversity

Institutional Validation of ITK known herbs against GI parasites in buffalo
calves – as PI

Studies on development and supplementation of chelated minerals in buffaloes (2013-16) –as Co-PI

Effects of stimulants on fibre degradation, methane emission and fungal population in buffaloes – as Co-PI

External funded – Nil

Inter institutional – Nil

International – Nil

Top Eight Research Publications 

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1. Chander Mohan, Yogesh Kumar, Jyotsana Madan, N Saxena and D. Lal (2009) Simultaneous evaluation of neonicotinoids in cotton seed cake using reversed phase high performance liquid chromatography. J. Sci. Food Agric., 89 (7), 1250-1252 7.71
2. Chander Mohan, Yogesh Kumar, Jyotsana Madan and N Saxena (2010) Multiresidue analysis of few neonicotinoids by solid phase extraction technique using high performance liquid chromatography. Environ. Monit. Assess., 165 (1-4), 573-576 7.68
3. Alpana Kulhari, A Sheorayan, N Saxena, Chander Mohan, Manisha Mangal, A Chaudhury, Ashok K Dhawan, Rajwant K Kalia (2012) HPTLC analysis of guggulsterone isomers in Commiphora wightii (Arn.) Bhandari: an endangered oleo-gum resin species heading towards extinction. Genetic Resources and Crop Evolution, 60 (3), 1173-1180 7.46
4. K. Mondal, A.P. Singh N. Saxena, S.P. Malhotra, K Dhawan and R. Singh (2007) Interrelationship of polyamines and ethylene in guava (Psidium guajava L). J. of Food Biochem., 32 (1): 46-59 6.74
5. P. Sikka, N. Saxena, R. Gupta, R.K. Sethi and D. Lall (2001) Studies on milk allantoin and uric acid in relation to feeding regimens and production performance in buffaloes. Asian-Australlasian J. of Anim. Sci., 14 (11), 1634-1637 6.54
6. Chander Mohan, N. Saxena, B. I. Fozdar, R. Kumar, M. L. Sharma, V. Mudgal, A. Dey, B.S. Punia (2016) In vitro evaluation of a few indigenously known herbal plants for their anthelmintic property. Asian J Chem. 28 (5), 1001-1003 6.00
7. G.M. Tadesse, B.S. Punia, A. Dey, N. Saxena, S.S. Paul (2014) Effect of supplementing Albizia lebbeck (Siris) leaves on methanogenesis and rumen fermentation in buffaloes (Bubalus Bubalis). Indian J. of Anim. Nutr., 31 (4), 362-366 4.51
9. N. Saxena, A. Saini, Pratima Kumar and T.R. Chauhan (2002) Detoxification of mahua seed cake using various salt solutions. Indian J. Anim. Nutr., 19 (3), 289-291. 4.51

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