Dr. Shirish D. Narnaware    Senior Scientist (Veterinary Pathology) & Section in-charge (Animal Science and Fisheries Sciences)






                                                                                Address: Animal Science and Fisheries Sciences,

                                                                ICAR - CCARI,               

                                                                Old Goa 403 402

                                                                Email:  shirish.narnaware@icar.gov.in





Academic background:

Ph. D from ICAR-Indian Veterinary Research Institute, Bareilly, U.P. (2012)
MVSc. from Nagpur Veterinary College, MAFSU, Nagpur (2005)
BVSc. & AH from Nagpur Veterinary College, MAFSU, Nagpur (2003)
PG Diploma -Technology Management in Agriculture –NAARM, Hyderabad, 2021

Research interests and current focus

  • Surveillance, diagnosis and pathology of economically important and zoonotic diseases of livestock.

 Membership in professional societies        

  1. Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists

  2. Association for Coastal Agricultural Research

  3. Maharashtra State Veterinary Council

Awards and honours

  • Indian Association of Veterinary Pathologists Award for best research article on Pack animals published in Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology.

  • Lead paper delivered on “Important diseases of camelids and their status in India” in 36th IAVP congress 2019.

Research Publications


  • Narnaware SD, Ranjan R, Dahiya SS, Panchbuddhe A, Bajpai D, Tuteja FC and Sawal RK. 2021. Pathological and molecular investigations of systemic form of camelpox in naturally infected adult male dromedary camels in India. Heliyon (Elsevier) 7:  e06186.

  • Narnaware SD, Ranjan R  and Tuteja FC. 2021.      A rare case of intramuscular myxoma in an adult dromedary camel         Journal of Camel Practice and Research. 28(1): 113-115

  • Narnaware SD, Dahiya SS, Ranjan R  and Tuteja FC. 2020.           Fatal neonatal infection with Klebsiella pneumoniae in dromedary camels: pathology and molecular identification of isolates from four cases Tropical Animal health and Prioduction (Springer) 52:3923–3929.

  • Dedar RK, Kumar N,  Narnaware SD, Tripathi BN.            2020.   Leaf Extract of Aerva javanica Suppresses Excessive Growth of Granulation Tissue in Horses   Journal of Equine Veterinary Science (Elsevier) 93: 103193.

  • Narnaware SD, Ranjan R, Dahiya SS and Tuteja FC. 2019. Clinico-pathological and anti-microbial sensitivity profile of Escherichia coli infection in neonatal Camel calves. Intas Polivet

  • 20(2): 456- 459.

  • Ranjan R, Narnaware SD, Nath K, Sawal RK, Patil NV. 2018. Rapid diagnosis of tuberculosis in dromedary camel (Camelus dromedarius) using lateral flow assay-based kit. Tropical Animal Health and Production (2018), 50: 907–910.

  • Narnaware SD, Ranjan R, Dahiya S S. 2018. Clinicopathological investigations during an outbreak of camelpox in a dromedary camel herd in India. Comparative Clinical Pathology  2018,  27 (6): 1497-1500.

  • Narnaware SD, Dahiya SS. 2018. First report on incidence of Echinococcus canadensis G6 strain from a dromedary camel of India. Journal of Camel Practice and Research 25 (2), 245-248.

  • Narnaware SD, Periasamy S, Tripathi BN. 2016. Studies on pathology, cytokine gene expression and molecular typing of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis of naturally occurring Johne's disease in bullocks. Research in Veterinary Science 106, 74-80.

  • Narnaware SD, Ghorui SK, Kumar S, Patil NV. 2016. Vertical transmission of Trypanosoma evansi in dromedary camels and studies on fetal pathology, diagnosis and treatment. Acta Parasitologica 61 (2), 329-336.

  • Narnaware SD, Dahiya SS, Tuteja FC, Nagarajan G, Nath K, Patil NV. 2015. Pathology and diagnosis of Mycobacterium bovis in naturally infected dromedary camels (Camelus dromedarius) in India. Tropical animal health and production 47 (8), 1633-1636.

Book Chapters

  • शिरीष नारनवरे. ऊँटो से मनुष्यों में फैलनेवाली बीमारीयाँ और उनकी रोकथाम. 2018. Book chapter in ऊंटा री बाता एक नज़र में. “Glimpses of talks of Camel”. Pp 82-86.

  • Narnaware, S. D. 2019. ऊँटों में होनेवाली महत्वपूर्ण संक्रामक बीमारियाँ एवं उनका प्रबंधन. In training compendium on Management of Dairy Camel and Clean milk production, 25-27 June 2019.

Students guided/ co-advisor

  •  Co-advisor/ co-guide for two MVSc students


  • A patent entitled “A formulation for the treatment of dermal mycoses in camel” (Patent No. 347971) has been granted on 28.09.2020 by Indian patent office