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CURRICULUM VITAE

B.NARESH
M.Sc. Wildlife Biology
E-mail: nareshwildlife@gmail.com
Mobile: +91-9618004567
PERSONAL DETAILS
Fathers Name
Mr.B.Mallesham
Date of Birth
5th September 1989
Marital Status
Single
Language Known Telugu, Tamil, English and Hindi (Read, Write and Speak)
Nationality
Indian

PERMANENT ADDRESS (ALSO FOR COMMUNICATION)


7-94, D. Dharmaram,
Mdl; Ramayampet,
Dist; Medak, 502102
Andhra Pradesh, India.

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

Examination

Year

University

Subject

Percentage of marks
obtained

SSC

2005

Secondary school board

76%

Higher secondary

2007

State board

Science

74.40%

Bachelors Degree

2010

Osmania University

Forestry

67%

Masters Degree

2012

Bharathidhasan
University

Wildlife Biology

74.5%

DISSERTATION SUBMITTED
B. Naresh 2012. Indian Giant Squirrel (Ratufa indica) Population size and habitat use in
Grizzled Giant Squirrel Wildlife Sanctuary, Tammil Nadu. M.sc dissertation. A.V.C.
College.
WORK EXPERIENCE

Worked as a Project Fellow in UGC Sponsored Project entitled Spatial and temporal
fluctuations of benthic prey and its influence on shore bird population dynamics in the
salt pans of East Coast of Tamil Nadu, Southern India. From September 2012 to
September 2013.

Working as Senior research fellow

in RKVY project entitled Development of

Management Strategies for Rhesus Macaque and Bonnet Macaque to minimize crop
losses at Central and Northern Telangana Zones of Andhra Pradesh From October 2013
to till date.

PAPER PUBLISHED
1. B. Naresh, A. Sankari, N. Baskaran, V. Vasudeva Rao, M. Saravanan. 2014. Population
density of Indian Giant Squirrel (Ratufa indica) in Srivilliputhur Grizzled Giant Squirrel
Wildlife Sanctuary,Tamil Nadu. International journal of multidisciplinary Research and
development, 1(5): 37-41
2. J. Pandiyan, B. Naresh and R. Nagarajan. 2014. Temporal variations of shorebirds and
benthic community, traditional saltpans of east coast of southern india. International
Journal of Pure and Applied Zoology, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp: 14-25.
3. Anukul Nath, Sanjoy Sutradhar, A. Kalai Mani, VishnuVijyan, Krishna Kumar, B. Laxmi
Narayana, B. Naresh, G. Baburao, Sneha Dharwadkar, Gokul Krishnan, B. Vinoth, R.
Maniraj, D. Mahendar Reddy, D. Adi mallaiah, Kummari Swamy. 2012. Herpetofaunal
assemblage with special emphasis on community structure and spatiality in amphibians
of Cauvery delta region, Tamil Nadu. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology, Vol. 1, No.
2, pp 78 86.
4. V. VasudevaRao, B. Laxminarayana, G. Surender, B. Naresh & K. Swamy. 2014.
Population fluctuation, Species variation and habitat utilization pattern of water birds
belongs to the family Rallidae, Jacanidae and Charadriidae at selected perennial and nonperennial water bodies of Nalgonda district of Telangana State. International Journal of
Advanced Research,Volume 2, Issue 10, 339-352.

5. V. VasudevaRao, K. Swamy, G. Surender, R. Sravan kumar & B. Naresh. 2014. Status


and population trends of Coots and Moorhens at Kolleru wildlife Sanctuary, Andhra
Pradesh. International Journal of Advanced Research,Volume 2, Issue 10, 815-822
6. V. VasudevaRao, R. Sravan kumar K. Swamy, G. Surender, B. Naresh & B.
Laxminarayana. 2014. Population fluctuations and habitat utilization of migratory ducks
at Kolleru wildlife sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh. Asian academic research journal of
multidisciplinary. Issue 26 (1) 526-534.
7. Vasudeva Rao, V., Naresh B., Surender, G. and Swamy K. 2015. Population Trends,
Species Variations and Habitat Use by Egrets, Herons and Storks at Kolleru Wetland,
Andhra Pradesh, India. International Research Journal of Biological Sciences.4 (2), 1-6
8. Vasudeva Rao, V., K. Swamy, B. Laxminarayana, G. Surender, R. Sravan kumar and B.
Naresh. 2015. Population status and distribution pattern of different small sized Waders
at Kolleru wildlife sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh. International Journal of Advanced Life
Sciences 7 (4): 560-564.
9. Vasudeva Rao, V., Sudhakar, C., Ravinder Reddy, V., Naresh, B and Venkateswarlu, P.
2015. Efficacy of different Physical Barriers around Maize crop to control Wild Boar
(Sus scrofa) at Southern Telangana zone, Telangana State. Research Journal of
Agriculture and Forestry Sciences, Vol. 3(1), 12-15.
10. Surender G, Sravan kumar R, Swamy K, Naresh B and Vasudeva Rao V. 2015. Partial
Albinism In House Crow (Corvus Splendens) At Baswapur Village Of Nizamabad
District, Telangana. International journal of advances in case reports, Vol. 2 (1)
11. B. Laxmi Narayana, B. Naresh, G. Surender, K. Swamy, V. Vasudeva Rao. 2014.
Amphibian diversity (Order: Anura) at northern and central parts of Telangana, India.
Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, Vol. 2 (6)
12. V. Vasudeva Rao, B. Naresh, V. Ravinder Reddy, C. Sudhakar, P. Venkateswarlu, D.
Rama Rao. 2015. Traditional management methods used to minimize wild boar (Sus
scrofa) damage in different agricultural crops at Telangana state, India. International
Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development 2 (2): 32-36
Papers under press
1. B. Naresh, Vasudeva Rao, V. and Surender, G 2015. Status and distribution of Rhesus
macaque (Macaca mulatta) in Medak district of Telangana state, India. Taprobanica.
2. B. Naresh, A. Sankari, N. Baskaran, V. Vasudeva Rao and M. Saravanan Indian Giant Squirrel
(Ratufa indica) Distribution pattern, habitat structure and characteristics in the Srivilliputhur
Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu, Southern India. Current science.

3. Vasudeva Rao V., Tripathi R.S., Sudhakar C., Ravinder Reddy V and Naresh B. 2015.
Reduction of Wild boar (Sus scrofa) damage in Maize cropby using castor as barrier.
International Journal of pest management.

PAPER PRESENTED IN SEMINARS


I have presented a research paper entitled Microhabitat preference and community
Structure of Anuran- Amphibian in A.V.C College Campus, Mannampandal, Tamil Nadu.
In UGC sponsored National Level Seminar on Emerging Trends in Conservation

Science Organized by Department of Zoology and Wildlife Biology, AVC College


(Autonomous), Mannampandal during 22nd and 23rd March 2011.
I have presented a research paper entitled Birds of wetlands and their conservation in
Telangana State. In the second international conference on Bio-Resource and Stress
Management. Held at Professor Jayashankar Telangana state Agricultural university,
Rajendranagar, Hyderabad, during 7-10th January 2015.

WORKSHOPS AND SEMINAR ATTENDED


Attended workshop on Molecular Biological Tools and Techniques organized by the
Research and Developmental Cell, AVC College (Autonomous), during 29th January
2011.
Participated in UGC sponsored national seminar on Conservation of Natural Resources
held on 16th and 17th March 2012 at A.V.C .College (Autonomous)
Attended one day workshop on TAXIDERMY and PRESERVATION techniques of
animal, at Government Museum, Chennai, during September 2011.

SPECIAL TRAININGS
Participated in the Annual Bird Census at Point Calimere Wildlife and bird Sanctuary,
during January, 2011 organized by Tamil Nadu Forest Department, Nagapattinam.
Visited Arignar Anna Zoological Park, Chennai, for getting training on the observation
of captive animals, management and feeding regimes, immobilization, transponder
fixing and postmortem, during October 2010 and September 2011.
Visited Chennai Snake Park, Chennai for observing captive reptiles, management and
feeding regimes and to learn cage requirements for reptiles during October 2010 and
September 2011.
Attended GIS training workshop conducted in the Department of Zoology A.V.C
College during September 2012.

Visited Crocodile Bank, Chennai, for getting training on the observation of captive
reptiles, identification, venom extraction and marking techniques during October 2010.
Participated in the annual tiger census in Kamareddy forest division organized by

Andhra Pradesh Forest Department.


Participated in the Annual Animal Census on March 2011 at Coimbatore Forest
Division, Coimbatore, Organized by Tamil Nadu Forest Department.

PROTECTED AREAS VISITED


Nagarjunasagar Tiger Reserve, Andhra Pradesh
Mrugavani National Park, Andhra Pradesh
Pocharam Wildlife Sanctuary, Andhra Pradesh
Mudumalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.
Point Calimere Wildlife Sanctuary, Tamil Nadu.
Guindy National Park, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
Eravikulum National Park, Moonar, Kerela.
Bandipur Tiger Reserve, Karnataka.
Periyar Tiger Reserve, Kerala.
Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary, Kerala.
Kumaragam Water Bird Sanctuary, Kerala.
Anamalai Tiger Reserve, Tamil Nadu.
Srivilliputur Grizzled Squirrel wildlife sanctuary. Srivilliputur, Tamil Nadu.
Shendurney wildlife sanctuary, Kerala.

REFEREES
Dr. V. Vasudeva Rao
Principal Scientist and Head
AINP on Agricultural Ornithology,
PJTSAU, Hyderabad-500030
Mobile: +919440411166

Dr. M. Varadharajan

Dr. A. Sankari

Principal & HOD i/c of


PG and Research Dept of Zoology &
Wildlife Biology, A.V.C. College
(Autonomous), Mayiladuthurai-609305.
India. Mobile: +91-9443070669
Dr. M. Karthikeyan

Assistant Professor
PG and Research Dept of Zoology &
Wildlife Biology, A.V.C. College
(Autonomous), Mayiladuthurai-609305.
India. Mobile: +91-9791590697

Assistant Professor
PG and Research Dept of Zoology &
Wildlife Biology, A.V.C. College
(Autonomous), Mayiladuthurai-609305.
India. Mobile: +91-9486124477

DECLARATION
I do hereby declare that the information furnished above is true and correct to the best of
my knowledge.

Date: 05.08.2015
Place: Rajendranagar

(B.NARESH)