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Dr. C.K. Beura
Principal Scientist
Central Avian Research Institute
Izatnagar 243122, India (http://www.icar.org.in/cari/index.html)
Phone: +91-581-2300204, Extn.-3071/3119
FAX: +91-581-2301321
Email: ckbeura@gmail.com

Educational Qualification
B.V.Sc. & A.H., 1986, Orissa  Veterinary College, Bhubaneswar, Odisha,  India
M.V.Sc., 1988 (Poultry Science), Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar 243122, India
Ph.D.(Poultry Science), 2000, Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Izatnagar 243122, India

Best Poster Award (IPSA)-2003
P.K.Pani Award -2010
Research Area
Poultry Nutrition, Food Toxicology and Poultry Products Technology
Teaching & Research Guidance
Teaches courses in Fundamentals of Egg and Poultry Meat Technology and Fresh and Processed Egg Technology to the PG scholars at IVRI, Izatnagar, India. Guided to 02 M.V.Sc. students and acted as Co-Guide for 06 Masters and Ph.D Students.

  1. Summer School on “Recent Concepts in improving feed quality  and techniques used in the evaluation of feed stuff for poultry” ” at  Vety. College and Research Institute, Namakkal (TANUVAS) from June 23 to July 13, 2000.
  2. Summer Institute on “Use of radio-isotope technology in Animal health Sciences” at Madras Vety. College, Chennai from 4-24 June, 1996.
  3. Summer School on “Advances in Agricultural Research Project Management” at  NAARM, Hyderabad from  May 27 –  June 18, 2004.

International Training

                5th International Course on “Poultry Management: Nutritional, Physiological and Veterinary Aspects” organized by Division of External Studies, Faculty of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Quality Sciences, (Hebrew University), Rhovot, Israel on June 25 to 23 July, 2003

Professional Affiliations
Indian Poultry Science Association
Society of Toxicology, India
UP Veterinary Council, Lucknow, India

Selected Research Publications

  1. Beura, C.K., Johri, T.S., Sadagopan, V,R. and Panda, B.K. 1993. Interaction of dietary protein level on dose response relationship during aflatoxicosis in commercial broilers. I. Physical response, livability and nutrient retention. Indian J. Poult. Sci.28: 170-177
  2. Mishra, S.K.,  Arora G., Pratap S.O., Singh D.P., Narayan Raj and Beura C.K. 2008. Interaction of fibromelanosis gene with various genetic backgrounds affecting carcass pigmentation in crossbred Kadakanath chicken. Ind. J. Poult. Sci. 43(3): 267-271
  3. Singh, R.P., Beura C.K., Mahapatra, A.S., Bathla, H.V.L., Jha, G. K., Singh, P.K. and Kumar, D. 2009. Assessment of quantitative losses of eggs at different stages between farm and household consumer. Indian J. Poult. Sci. 44:239-242.
  4. Karthikeyan, N., Singh, R.P., Yadav, A.S. and Beura, C.K. 2009. Incorporation of poultry by-product meals in pet food on growth and digestibility of nutrients in pups. Indian J. Anim. Sci. 79: 642-644.
  5. Arora, G., Mishra, S.K., Nautiyal, B., Pratap, S.O., Gupta, A., Beura, C.K. and Singh, D.P . 2011. Genetic variation in hyper-pigmentation of an F2 chicken population involving Kadaknath and White Rock chicken. British Poultry Science. 52 (6): 675-685.

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