Sanjeev Khosla appointed director of breeding in Punjab: the Tribune India


Tribune press service
Mohali, April 21

On Wednesday, Dr Sanjeev Khosla took over the management of breeding in Punjab at the sector 68 breeding complex, Mohali district.

The regular appointment orders were issued on April 19 by the Additional Chief Secretary, VK Janjua, after approval by the Chief Minister, Captain Amarinder Singh and Tript Rajinder Singh Bajwa, Minister of Livestock.

The Livestock Department has been deprived of a regular director since Dr HS Sandha retired on June 30, 2017. Dr Khosla is the senior manager of the department and has varied experience at headquarters and has recently worked as a as Co-Director of Health).

After joining, Dr Khosla said his top priority would be disease prevention, increasing milk production through selective breeding, disseminating information on the latest management techniques through extension, l ‘increase in the incomes of pastoralists and especially the implementation of policies and programs of the government of Punjab.

He added that he would strive to bridge the gap between the lab and the earth, as research at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Ludhiana University of Animal Sciences would only then be fruitful for the benefit of the parties. stakeholders.


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