The Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute is a premier Institute of Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) engaged in research and extension activities on sheep. It was established in 1962 at Malpura in Rajasthan.. North Temperate Regional Station (NTRS) was established in 1963 in temperate region at Garsa, Kullu in Himachal Pradesh. The Southern Regional Research Centre (SRRC) was established in 1965 in sub temperate region at Mannavanur in Tamil Nadu. Arid Region Campus (ARC) was established in 1974 at Bikaner in arid region of Rajasthan Important Milestones of the Institute 1962- Establishment of Institute at Avikanagar 1963- Establishment of NTRS, Garsa, Kullu 2016- PM Room & Sheep Health Laboratory Major Achievements during the XI th Plan period: Supply of superior germplasm to the sheep breeders which has improved the body weight of progeny by 5.95% to 14.92% at different growth stages and greasy fleece yield has increased by 14.92%. Superior germplasm of broiler rabbits were provided to the farmers from different part of the country and 78 farmers from different states were technically supported for establishment of new units. Researchers Dr O.H. Chaturvedi Head & Principal Scientist Dr S M K Naqvi Director Dr O.H. Chaturvedi Head & Principal Scientist Dr Ashutosh Kumar Patel HEAD ARC Bikaner Dr H.K. Narula Principal Scientist Dr Nirmala Saini Sr. Scientist Mr S.R. Chaudhary Technical Officer The institute has well developed sheep flocks of Malpura (750), Chokla (550), Avikalin (350), Patanwadi (100), Patanwadi crosses (200), Garole (40), Kendrapada (100) and Garole crosses (300) for genetic improvement and other technology development.
The following is the list of scholars from Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.