Kashmiri scholar wins laurels
Srinagar, Nov 18: A Ph.D student in Fisheries Science at G.B Pant University, Prabjeet Singh, has been awarded prestigious Young Junior Scientist Award at the age of 29 years.
Prabjeet has been honored by National Society for Biological and Rural Development for his outstanding contributions to fish and fisheries science.
He was awarded during the valedictory function of National Symposium on Prospects, Utility and Challenges of Biotechnology in Agricultural Development held in Allahabad on November 11. Income Tax Commissioner of Allahabad was the chief guest of the function.
Prabjeet joined G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology in 2002, and completed his Bachelors of Fisheries Science with 81.03 per cent marks. Later, he joined Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agriculture and Technology (Kashmir) for his Masters of Fisheries Science which he completed with 85 per cent marks.
Prabjeet has Qualified ICAR SRF examination for Ph.D with sixth rank on All India basis in Fisheries Science. Prabjeet has also been awarded prestigious fellowship from National Research council of Thailand to pursue research.
He has published more than 10 papers in high impact factor journals of International Repute and also authored various papers in Reputed National Journals. Besides this, he has written more than 14 popular articles and several book chapters for benefit of farmer community. He serves a reviewer for various International Journals in the field of Aquaculture and Fish Nutrition. Besides this he is a life member of various professional societies.
Prabjeet is currently pursuing Ph.D from College of Fisheries, G B Pant University and is getting fellowship from University Grants Commission of India.
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