KU zoology professor Jitender Bhardwaj awarded Young Scientist award by ISSRF – Times of India

KURUKSHETRA: Kurukshetra University’s (KU) assistant professor Jitender Bhardwaj, of zoology division has been awarded ‘Prof Sardul Singh Guraya Young Scientist Award” by the Indian Society for the Study of Reproduction and Fertility (ISSRF), India in recognition of his excellent contributions within the analysis discipline of reproductive well being.

The award was conferred by Padamshree Prof Balram Bhargav, director basic, division of well being analysis, ministry of well being, authorities of India, Prof NK Lohiya president ISSRF on the event of thirty first annual assembly of the ISSRF, 2021.

The award ceremony was held on February 19-21, 2021 at New Delhi.

KU vice-chancellor (VC) Prof Som Nath Sachdeva and registrar Sanjeev Kumar congratulated Prof Jitender Bhardwaj for this achievement.

KU VC Prof Som Nath Sachdeva stated, “It is really a proud moment for Kurukshetra University that one of our teachers was selected by ISSRF for young scientist award 2021. Such awards will motivate the other faculty members of the university. Jitender Bhardwaj is also one of the good scholars of the university; he has published more than 40 research papers in journals of national and international repute. He was also invited by Oxford University, UK in 2017 and where he presented his research on reproductive health and toxicology. His research work is also highly appreciated by the scientists.”

This award is conferred within the title of Prof SS Guraya an internationally famend scientist within the discipline of reproductive biology.

KU VC stated that it’s a matter of nice pleasure that this time the jury of this award chosen KU’s younger scientist Jitender Bhardwaj for this prestigious award.

Anita Bhatnagar, chairperson division of zoology and different college members of the division congratulated Jitender Bhardwaj for this large achievement.

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