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CURRICULUM VITAE OF

Dr.M.SAKTHIVEL

I.PERSONAL :

1. Name : M.SAKTHIVEL

Designation : Dean

Department : Zoology

Institution and Address : Kamaraj College,

Thoothukudi - 628 003,

Tamil Nadu, India.

2. Date of Birth : 08.07.1944

3. Sex : Male

4. Father’s Name : Sri. V. Marimuthu

5. Mother’s Name : Smt. M. Koilpillaiammal

6. Religion & Community : Hindu, Nadar (Backward)

II . EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :

Degree

Institution

Field

Year

Ph.D.,

Madurai Kamaraj University

Zoology

1990

M.Phil.,

Thiyagarajar College, Madurai.

Zoology

1986

M.Sc.,

American College, Madurai.

Zoology

1969

B.Sc.,

Alagappa College, Karaikudi.

Zoology

1966

2. RESEARCH PROJECTS UNDERTAKEN:

Source

Title of the Project

Total Grant

Duration

M.K.University, Individual research project

Effect of dietary protein on haematological changes in C. carpio.

8,000

March 1986 to February 1989

UGC Minor project to College Teacher

Effect of feed components, haematological changes in C.carpio.

10,000

March 1988 to March 1990

C.S.I.R. Project

Studies on Nutritional pathology and immune response in chosen cultivable fishes.

3,93,000

April 1993 to April 1995

I.C.A.R.Project

Nutrient requirements of destalked penaeid prawns.

3,85,000

Oct. 1993 to October 1996

U.G.C. Minor Project

Studies on the Impacts of parasitic infection in chosen marine food fishes along Tuticorin coast.

25,000

January 1997 to January 1999

DOD (OSTC) Project

Establishment of Mother aquarium for Clown fishes.

9,00,000

May 2000 to April 2003

DOD (OSTC) Project

Rejuvenation and reclamation of selected corals and coral reefs in Gulf of Mannar.

5,34,154

October 2001 to October 2003

3. TEACHING EXPERIENCE :

S.No.

Designation

Period of Service

1.

Demonstrator

09.08.1971 to 23.07.1972

2.

Assistant Professor

24.07.1972 to 24.04.1982

3.

Professor

25.04.1982 to 31.05.1994

4.

Principal

01.06.1994 to 31.05.2003

5.

Director

01.06.2003 to 31.05.2015

6.

Dean

01.06.2015 to till date

4. RESEARCH / TRAINING EXPERIENCE :

Duration

Institution

Nature of Work

One year (1985-86) Research Scholar

Thiagarajar College, Madurai.

M.Phil., dissertation title Éffects of textile dye stuff effluents of on the blood parameters of C.carpio

Three years (1987-90)

M.K. University, Madurai

Ph.D. degree Title “Histological and Haematological responses of C.carpio to the quality of water, food and space”.

Six weeks

(Jun-July 1989)

Wageningen Agricultural University, The Netherlands

Short-term training course in the field of fish immunology.

Four weeks (3rd June-26th June 1991)

The Academic Staff College, Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.

Refresher course in Zoology.

Six Weeks (18th April- 29th May’95)

South East Asian Fisheries Development center, Tigbauan, Iloilo, Philippines.

Short-term training on “Fish health Management”

Six days (29th Sep 2000- 6th Oct –2000 )

IMBC 2000 held at Townsville, Australia

International Workshop on Marine Biotechnology

Two days (29th July 2001- July – 2001)

National Bureau of fish Genetic Resources, Lucknow

Workshop on “Captive breeding for aquaculture and fish 30th germplasm conservation”.

III. SEMINARS/SYMPOSIAM ATTENDED & PAPER PRESENTED

10-12 Feb. 19867

All India symposium on Physiological basis of health organized by Indian society for comparative Animal Physiologists at Madurai Kamaraj University, Madurai.

26-28 Dec.1986

National symposium on Man, Bioresources Development and environmental Biology held at Sagar University, Sagar, India - presented a paper entitled The Impact of Effluence from dye industry on the blood parameters of C.carpio.

2-4April 1987

National symposium on Environmental pollution held at St. Xavier’s College, Palayamkkottai, Tamil Nadu - presented a paper on Effect of sub-lethal concentration of dyestuff effluent, starvation and different levels of proteins on the blood parameters of C.carpio.

15-17 October 1987

National seminar on role of Young scientists in Environment conservation and management held at Magadh University, Bodhgaya, Bihar, India presented a paper on Acute and Sub lethal effects of dyestuff effluent of textile industry on food utilization and behavior in C.carpio.

4-8 December 1987

The first Indian fisheries forum held at Mangalore, Karnataka State, India presented a paper on Toxic effects of dyestuff effluent of a textile industry on respiration, blood cells and growth in C.carpio.

29-31 December 1988

National symposium on environmental risk assessment and management and 9th Annual session of Academy of Environmental Biology of India - organized by Jai Research Foundation Vapi. Valvade, Gujarat,. India presented a paper on “Toxic effects of tannery effluent on survival and growth in C.carpio.

17-23 April 1989

2nd Asian Fisheries Forum Tokyo, Japan - presented a paper on “Dosage effect of vitamins on the blood parameters of C.carpio.”

26-30 October 1992

3rd Asian Fisheries Forum, Singapore - presented a paper on “ Prediction of blood cell counts in C.carpio.”

16-20 October 1995

4th Asian Fisheries Forum Beijing, China -presented a paper on “Effects of dietary protein levels on the bio-energetics of Penaeus semisulcatus.

14-29 April 1998

Course on Fish Vaccination and Post Training Field work at Wageningen, The Netherlands.

22-27 October 1999

National symposium on “Aquatic Biodiversity and emerging trends in Fresh water Biology” organized by P.G.Department of Zoology, HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar (Garhwal), and Uttar Pradesh, India.

29th Sep to 06 Oct 2001

NBFGR – NATP workshop organized by National Bureau of Fish Genetic Resources held at Lucknow – presented a paper on “ Impact of selected Dietary protein levels on the Productive performance of Penaeus monodon”.

28 September – 4 October 2002

International Marine Biotechnology Conference at Townsville, Queensland, Australia. Presented a paper on “Studies on the impact of live feed organisms on the bioenergetics of clownfish larvae”.

15 Feb – 17 Feb 2003

National Symposium on “ The ecology and biodiversity of aquatic environments” organized by University of Allahabad at Allahabad presented a paper on “Spawning and Larval rearing techniques for tropical Clown fish”.

28 Oct. – 04 Nov. 2003

International Symposium on “AQUARAMA 2004” held at Singapore organized by CMP Asia trade fairs Pvt limited, Singapore.

7 Sep. -10 Sep. 2006

International Symposium on “AQUARIA CHINA 2006” held at Guanghou, China organized by CMP Asia trade fairs Pvt limited, Singapore.

11-15 May, 2017 Fifth international conference organized by Nehru college of Management, India and Agriculturel University of Peradeniya, Srilanka, presented a paper on Antioxidant activitie of Coccina grandis using various in-vitro assays

7-11 May 2019 7th international conference organized by Nehru college of Management, India and Lincoln University College, Malaysia, presented a paper on Effect of domestic sewage on growth hematology and histopathology in Carassius auratus.

27-28 July 2019. 13th International conference on Research in Lifescience & Healthcare (ICRLSH) organized by Healthcare & Biological Science Research Association (HBSRA), Bangkok, Tailand presented a paper on Impact of dietary variation on bioenergetics and reproductive performance in Amphiprion sebae.

IV. Seminar cum workshop conducted

1)Regional seminar on Aquatic hazards – 13th and 14th March 1993

2)Regional Workshop on Shrimp farming –9th and 10th April 1994

3)Water pollution and aquaculture management – 8th and 9th March 1996

4)Seminar on Coral reef conservation – 20th and 21st September 1996

5)Job-Oriented workshop on fabrication, decoration and maintenance of Home Aquarim – 22nd and 23rd January 1998

6)A one-week workshop on Biology, Breeding and Chromosomal manipulation in fresh water ornamental fishes – 22nd and 26th October 1998

7)Regional seminar on Ornamental fish culture – 24th and 25th January 1999

8)Marine Ornamental Fish Culture and Trade – 3rd and 4th April 1999

9)Productivity of Coral Reef in Gulf of Mannar with special reference to Marine Ornamental fishes – 4th and 5th March 2000

10)Regional seminar on Sustainable Fisheries and Aquaculture – 9th and 10th April 2001

11)Aqua meet 2002 - 7th and 8th April 2002

12)Aqua meet 2003 water resources and Aquaculture with a special focus on Aquarium Fishes – 10th and 11th March 2003

13)Aqua meet 2004 – Environmental Pollution –21st and 22nd February 2004

14)National seminar on Rejuvenation & Reclamation of coral reefs in gulf of Mannar – 20th and 21st January 2005

15)Aqua meet 2006 – Aquatic pollution – 28th and 29th January 2006

V. Training Programmes conducted in English and Language for the benefit of

unemployed youth.

1.Preparation of value-added fish products – from 10th to 15th January 1992.

2.Breeding technique in Goldfish – from 7th to 12th October 1995.

3.Edible oyster culture by State culture method –from 20th to 25th February 1997.

4.Shrimp farming – from 15th to 25th May 1998.

5.Seaweed culture techniques – from 5th to 15th September 1998.

6.Integrated Coastal Aquaculture Mangement from 13th to 20th November 1999.

7.Fish Health Management – from 20th to 25th September 2000.

VI. LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

1.Sakthivel.M.1988. Effect of varied dietary protein levels on blood cells of C.carpio. Proceedings of Indian Academy of Sciences. India, 97:363-366.

2.Sakthivel.M, and Sampath.K. 1988. Effect of varied dietary ascorbic acid levels on the blood parameters of C.carpio. Proceedings of National seminar on Role of young scientist on Environmental conservation and management, Bodhgaya, Bihar, India. 67-77.

3.Sakthivel.M and Sampath.K .1989. Haematological responses of C.carpio in relation to starvation Geobios, 16:61-65.

4.Sakthivel.M. 1989 Toxic effects of tannery and textile mill effluents on C.carpio and O.mossambicus. Environment and Ecology, 7:685-689.

5.Sakthivel.M. and Sampath.K. 1989. Dietary requirement of pyridoxine for C.carpio based on haematological studies. J. Aqua. Trop. 4:125-135.

6.Sakthivel.M and Sampath.K.1989. Effects of textile dye stuff effluent on food utilization of C.carpio. (Linn). Ind. J.Exp.boil. 27: 1032-1034.

7.Sakthivel.M and Sampath.K. 1989. Respiration blood cells and food conversion efficiency in C.carpio. exposed to sublethal concentration of tannery effluent. Environment and Experimental Toxicology, Valvade, Gujarat 139-150.

8.Sakthivel.M and Sampath.K.1989. Effect of sub lethal concentration of dye stuff effluent, starvation and different levels on proteins on the blood parameters of C.carpio. Proceedings of National symposium on environmental Biology, St.Xaviers College, Palayamkottai, Tamilnadu, India. 342-353.

9.Sakthivel.M and Sampath.K. and T.J.Pandian 1990. Dosage effects of Pyridoxine, folacin and ascorbic acid on the blood parameters of C.carpio. Proceedings of the Second Asian Fisheries Forum, Tokyo, Japan. 263-266.

10.Sakthivel.M. Sampath.K and T.J.Pandian. 1990. Sublethal effects of textile dye stuff effluent on selected oxidative enzyme and tissue respiration of C.carpio Ind.J.Exp.Biol.29: 279-981.

11.Sakthivel.M. and Pandi Baskaran, 1993. Effects of dietary protein levels on growth, feed conversion, protein utilization and body carcass in the fresh water air-breathing fish Channa punctatus. Proceedings of Indian national Science Academy.

12.Sakthivel.M. and Pandi Baskaran, 1993. The influence of different levels of dietary carbohydrate on growth, food conversion, protein utilization and body carcass of freshwater air-breathing cat fish Heteropneustus fossilis. ACTA Hydrobiologia.

13.Sakthivel.M. 1994. Growth carcass composition and haemotological parameters in the freshwater cat fish Heteropneustes fossilis (bloch) fed at different protein levels. J.Ecoboil. 6: 179-185.

14. Sakthivel.M.1994. Effect of stocking density on the blood parameters of the fish C.carpio, Environmental and Ecology 12: 424-428.

15.Sakthivel.M .1994. Sub lethal effects of Tannery and textile mill effluents on gill structures, respiration and bio concentration of chromium in C.carpio (Linnaeus). J. Environ. & Pollution (3&4): 83-88.

16.Sakthivel.M. and Pandi Baskaran 1995. Effects of dietary lipid on growth, body carcass and haematological parameters of freshwater fishes. J.Ecobiol. 7: 161-168.

17.Sakthivel.M. and Pandi Baskaran 1995. Effects of dietary carbohydrate on growth, feed conversion, protein utilization and body carcass of a common air-breathing teleost fish Channa punctatus (Bloch) J. Aqua. Trop: 10:119-127.

18.Sakthivel.M.1995. Effect of different dietary protein levels on the bio- energetics of Penaeus semisulcatus. Presented at the time of Fourth Asian Fisheries Forum held at Beijing.

19.Sakthivel.M. and Perumal.R.1996. Optimal dietary protein level of eyestalk ablated and non-ablated Penaeus monodon J. Aqua. trop.

20.Sakthivel.M. and Perumal.R.1997. Impact of dietary protein levels on the reproductive performance of Penaeus monodon J. Aqua Biol. Fish.

21.Sakthivel.M. and Perumal.R.1997. Effect of different vitamins and their dietary levels on growth, food conversion and survival of eyestalk ablated and non-ablated Penaeus semisulcatus. J.Aqua. trop.

22. Sakthivel.M. and Perumal.R.2001. Impact of dietary protein levels on the productive performance of Penaeus monodon. NBFGR – NATP Publication No.3.

23. Sakthivel.M. and Ramathilagam.G. 2002. Effects of varied types of live feed organisms and pelleted feed on food utilization in Clown fish, Amphiprion sebae.J.curr.Sci.2 (1): 69-72.

24. Sakthivel.M. and Muthalagi.S.2002. Cytological effects of sewage water on root meristem of Allium cepa. J. Curr. Sci. 2 (2): 291 – 294.

25. Sakthivel.M, A.Pushparaj, and G.Ramathilagam. 2004 Induced Ovulation and Spermiation in Amphiprion sebae. Proceedings of Ocean Life, Food & Medicine Expo2004 PP:236 - 243

26. Sakthivel.M., G. Ramathilagam and A.Pushparaj, 2005. Field Study on Corals and coral living organisms in Vam tivu, in the Gulf of Mannar.J.curr.Sci.42 (1): 11-16.

27. Muthalagi.S, Sakthivel.M, 2006. Effects of different concentration of domestic sewage on gill tissues of the fish Cirrhinus marigala. J.Ecotoxicol.Environ. Monit. 16(2) 121-125 (2006)

28 Elezabeth Mary.A, Sakthivel.M, 2007. Effect of stocking density on food utilization of goldfish carassius auratus. J.Ecobiol.20(4) 317-324 (2007).

VII a. Books Published.

1.Ultimate manual to the Beginner of Ornamental Fish Culture (1996).

2.tz;z kPd; tsh;g;G (1998).

3.Captive breeding techniques for aquaculture (2003).

VII b. Proceedings Edited.

1. Proceedings of the Regional seminar on Ornamental Fish Culture (1998)

2. Proceeding of the Regional seminar on Breeding Techniques for mass production of Fish seeds (2002)

3. Proceedings of National Seminar on Aquameet (2005)

VII c. Ph.D., Produced.

1. Studies on Survival, Growth and carcass composition of cultivable fishes reared in different concentration of domestic sewage Regn.No: 0560 by Miss.S.Muthalagi, Lecturer in Zoology, Govindammal Adithanar College for Women, Thiruchendur. (March 2005)

2. Impact of symbiotism on the breeding behaviour of Anemone fish Amphiprion sebae Regn.No: 1514 by Mr.A.Pushparaj, Research scholar Zoological Research laboratory, Kamaraj College Thoothukudi. (July 2007)

3. Study of extramophiles present in the saltpans of thoothukudi District Regn.No: 946 by C.Nadarajan Department of Botany (November 2007)

4. Bioenergetics, Haematology and Histopathology of Gold fish, Carassius auratus (Linn) Regn.No: 1059 by Tmt.A.Elezabeth Mary, S.G.Lecturer in Zoology, St.Mary’s College, Thoothukudi. Submitted in the month of Dec.2007 Waiting for Viva Voce Exam.

VIII. SEMINAR/WORKSHOP/COURSE ATTENDED IN NATIONAL SERVICE SCHEME (NSS) & OTHER FIELDS

1. 22 – 28 May 1975 .. Summer Institute in Indian Culture for College teachers

held at Vivekananda College, Thiruvedakam west,

Madurai. Dt.

2. 15 – 29 May 1976 .. Residential Course of Yoga Education for College

Teachers organized by Yoga Education Centre,

Sevapur, Kadavur (po), Trichy.Dt.

3.05 – 07 November 1978 .. All India National Adult Education Programme at

Coimbatore.

4. 04 – 15 December 1978 .. N.S.S.General Orientation course held at Sri

Avinasilingam Home Science College, Coimbatore.

5. 08 – 09 March 1981 .. Guidance Sessions on Self Employment opportunities

to college students organized by District Industry

Centre, Tirunelveli.

6. 25 – 26 October 1984 .. Orientation seminar for N.S.S.P.O. held at Madras

University, Madras.

7. 14 –19 October 1985 .. Refresher Course in N.S.S. organized by Madras School of

Social Work, Madras.

8. 01- 07 December 1986 .. Trekking and Environmental Study Program held at

Youth Hostel, Kodaikannal.

IX. PARTICULARS REGARDING THE CONDUCT OF N.S.S. CAMP AND

WELFARE WORKS CARRIED OUT

1.1978 – 1979

Rural reconstruction camp at Arockiapuram village, Tuticorin Block from 24.12.1978 to 02.01.1979.

One day camp at Azhangarathattu village, Tuticorin Block on 13.09.1978. Welfare work – Demonstration of Solar Cooker.

2. 1979 - 1980

Rural reconstruction camp at Servaikaran Madam village, Pudukottai Block from 22.12.1979 to 31.12.1979.

One day camp at Pazhayakayal village on 16.11.1979. Welfare work – Renovation of Veeraraghavaperumal Temple.

3. 1980 - 1981

Rural reconstruction camp at Rajavinkovil village, Tuticorin Taluk from 04.01.1981 to 13.01.1981.

One day camp at Panchalankuruchi Fort on 05.09.1980. Welfare work – Cleaning work in the Fort.

4. 1981 - 1982

Eco-Development camp at Perijam, Kodaikannal from 01.06.1981 to 10.06.1981.

One day camp at Spic Nagar on 12.08.1981.

Theme of the program – a day with the labourers.

5. 1981 - 1983

Eco-Development camp at Govt. fruit farm, Five Falls, Courtallam from 05.06.1982 to 24.06.1982.

Eco-Development camp at Manimuthar Dam from 08.01.1983 to 17.01.1983.

6. 1983 - 1984

Eco-Development camp at Papanasam Lower Dam from 15.12.1983 to 24.12.1983.

One day camp at Jakkammalpuram village on 09.11.1983.

Work undertaken – Socio-Economic in the village.

7. 1984 - 85

Rural Reconstruction camp at Jakkammal puram village, Pudukottai Union from 03.12.1984 to 12.12.1984.

One day camp at Manjalneerkayal on 20.10.1984.

Work undertaken – Cleaning the water canal.

8. 1985 – 86

Rural Reconstruction camp at Athimarapatty village, Tuticorin from 08.02.1986 to 17.02.1986

One day camp at Fatima Nagar, Thoothukudi on 10.09.1985.

Work undertaken – Street cleaning.

One day workshop on Fabrication of low cost solar cooker held on 21.10.1985.

Funding Agency- Department of Molecular Biology, M.K.University, Madurai.

Resource Person – Dr.J.Kundhala Jeyaraman, M.K.University, Madurai.

Holiday camp for poor children held at Pabanasam Dam from 27.12.1985 to 04.01.1986. Funding Agency – Social Welfare Department, Tamil Nadu Government.

Beneficiaries – Poor Children from Tuticorin Municipal Schools.

9. 1986 - 87

Rural Reconstruction camp at Valampatty village, Keela Eral Post from 05.12.1986 to 14.12.1986.

One day camp at Jebathiyapuram village, Pudukottai Union on 09.11.1986.

Work undertaken – Introduction of pond adoption scheme.

Sponsored by – Department of Aquaculture, Fisheries College, Thoothukudi.

10. 1987 – 88

Rural Reconstruction camp at Ellarsamy Palayam, Tenkasi Taluk from 08.01.1988 to

17.01.1988

Trekking programme at Kodaikanal from 30.10.1987 to 05.1101987.

Funded by Department of youth Welfare & Sports, Government of India, New Delhi.

X. MAJOR ACIEVEMENTS DURING THE TENURE AS PRINCIPAL

1.AICTE approval for MCA programme under self-financing scheme.

2.Construction of a separate MCA block at the estimate cost of Rs. 32 lakhs in an area of 2.5 acres in the college campus as per the norms of AICTE, New Delhi.

3.Further affiliation to B.Sc., Microbiology course under self-financing scheme.

4.Conduct of two National level National Integration Camps in which 250 NSS youth from 26 Universities all over India participated. The financial assistance was obtained from the Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

5.Construction of a new ladies hostel at the estimate cost of Rs. 16 lakhs from UGC grant under Women Development Scheme.

6.Construction of a new student rest room at the estimate cost of Rs. 10 lakhs from IX plan UGC grant.



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