School of Science
- About School of Life Sciences
- List of Faculties
- Workshops and Conferences
- PhD Awardees
- Placement Details
School of Life Sciences
The Curriculum in B.Sc. & M.Sc. is structured to provide a common, broad-based foundation, imparting fundamental concepts and principles in Life Science through lectures, tutorials, discussions and presentations. The curriculum has a significant practical component that trains students in experimental skills essential to Life Science. Student’s seminars and assignments are designed to be highly challenging, which paves way for the students to bring out their intellectual and interactive skills in analyzing scientific problems. The students are required to do research as part of their curriculum and submit a project.
Accent-Color B.Sc. Biotechnology, Food Technology (Post Harvesting Technology and Food Processing), PCM, Computer Science, Optometry
M.Sc. Biotechnology, Microbiology, Food Technology, Petroleum Technology, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics/Applied Mathematics, Environmental Science
Unique Selling Proposition (USPs) of the Department of Life Sciences
- Bringing theoretical knowledge of classrooms with practical skills development through workshops, training, project work etc.
- Updated and regularly evaluated course curriculum with emphasis on cutting edges technology and there practical and industrial application.
- Our teaching learning process provide student both weak and sharp equal opportunity to plan, access and improve his academic theoretical and practical skills.
- Highly educated faculty with strong alignment for research and development.
- Most of the faculties are Ph.D. and PDF holders.
- Congenial environment for the holistic development of the student.
- We do not provide jobs but prepare the student for best jobs. In the area of Pharmaceuticals & diagnostics, Food & Beverage industries, Quality control, Research and teaching.
- The syllabus content is of high standard and enable student to compete in important competitive examination. It provides academic excellence in both theoretical and practical aspect.
- Students are trained according to the Industrial approach.
- The undergraduate and post graduate programs are designed so as to provide a continuous augmentation and training for the development of soft skills of the students.
- The Department of Life Sciences has well equipped laboratories for Biotechnology, Microbiology, Food Technology with advanced central instrumentation facility including:
- Central Instrumentation Lab (CIL)
- PG Food Technology lab
- PG Microbiology Lab
- PG Biotechnology Lab
- G. Biotechnology Lab
- Botany/Zoology UG lab
- Track record of highest placements in true sense in the region.
- Alumni of the department – Placed in top notch companies and research institutions.
- DBT Sponsored Millennium Lecture Series – leading researcher and academics delivered lectures and interacted with students: H.G. Raj, Patel Chest Instt. New Delhi, Prof. M.K. Raazdan, Univ. of Delhi, Prof. Ashok Bhatnagar, Univ. of Delhi delivered lectures and interacted with the students.
- Industry-Institute Interaction: 2 – Days workshop organized by HH Biotech, Lucknow.
- Industrial visits are organized regularly to different industries related to fermentation, pharmacy, food, diagnostics etc for real exposure to the students.
- 100% results in University Examination.
- 05 International Conferences on Climate Change and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources organized by the School of Life Sciences in 2009, 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2015 where over 1000 delegates from the academia, Research Institutions and Industry participated.
- The Department of Life Sciences has many research projects from different funding agencies such as Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology (MPCST), Bhopal and Department of Science & Technology (DST), New Delhi.
- 20 Ph.D scholars are enrolled in the School of Life Sciences and are undertaking their research work in frontline areas of Biotechnology, Microbiology & Environment Sciences.
- Research work of 03 Ph.D scholars (Mr. Alok Dwivedi. Mr. Ramendra Singh and Ms. Charu Singh ) from the department of Life Sciences were selected and presented in the 31st Young Scientist Congress and Science Festival organized by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science and Technology at Vigyan Bhavan, Bhopal 28th -29th February 2016. Their research papers were awarded Fellowship for training of Young Scientist (Rs. 10000/- per month fellowship, 5000/- T.A & DA and 5000/- contingency for 3-6 months).
- Mr. Mohit Kumar Mandeliya Student of B.Sc Biotech Batch 2013-15 has cleared the CAT and has been admitted to the prestigious IIM Shillong for the MBA programme.
- Mr. Ravi Sham Prasant student of M.Sc Biotechnology Batch 2014-16 has undergone 06 month M.Sc dissertation in the prestigious NCCS, Pune in the Proteomics Lab and he is the only candidate to be selected from the state of Madhya Pradesh.
- Mr. Devrat Pawar student of B.Sc Biotechnology Batch 2013-15 has been selected to pursue M.Sc in Conservation of Wild Life in the University of Kent, U.K.
- Mr. Devrat Mahipat Rao Pawar student of B.Sc IVth Semester Biotechnology was awarded the IInd prize in the event Photography in the Central Zonal Youth Festival at Warangal (A.P) 2014.
- Mr. Karan Sharma, Chirag Godhar & Sarvesh Kumar Student of B.Sc Biotech Batch 2011-14 were selected in WIPRO Technologies for 02 years internship M.S programme.
Central Instrumentation Lab (CIL)
- Food Technology lab
- Microbiology Lab
- Biotechnology Lab
- Botany/Zoology UG lab
Sophisticated Analytical Instrumentation Facility has FTIR,Double beam UV-Spectrophotometer,PCR , ELISA Reader, Corking machine, Muffle furnace, Soxhlett apparatus. Rotary evaporator, Cooling centrifuge, Refractometer, Kjeldhal apparatus, Double distillation unit.
List of Faculties
- Dr. Sonia Johri
- Mrs.Trapti Pathak
- Mrs.Varsha Chauhan
- Er. Santosh Kumar
- Dr. Sujeet Mritunjay
- Mrs. Neha Chauhan
- Ms. Surbhi Antarkar
- Dr. Rita Sharma
- Dr. Hradesh Rajput
- Dr. Pratishtha Shrivastava
- Dr. Ankit Dayal
- Dr. Pallavi Singh Chauhan
Workshop on New Product Development & by Product Utilization of food 25 January 2018, Department of Food technology( School of Sciences) , ITM University Gwalior, The workshop was self funded. Students from Jiwaji University, KRG College and ITM University have participated in different categories. Total 173 students registered for the workshop.
Convener: Dr. Richa Kothari, Dean School of Sciences.
Organizing secerataries: Ms. Surbhi Antarkar & Mrs. Varsha Chauhan.
Workshop on “Entrepreneur Development for social upliftment of women in Rural Women ” Under SSED Proposal Sponsored by MPCST, Bhopal was held in ITM University 12-13, April 2018. A grant of Rs. 40,000/ was sanctioned to the department.
International Workshop On Technological Innovation And Management For Sustainable Development 27-29 March, 2018.
|NAME OF SCHOLAR||SUPERVISOR NAME||DISCIPLINE||RESEARCH TITLE||STATUS|
|Latika Bhatia||Dr Sonia Johri||Biotechnology||Ethanol Production From Renewable Agro Waste: An Economic & Ecological Perspective||Awarded|
|Rupal Shrivastava||Dr J.L. Bhat||Biotechnology||Evaluation of Toxicity of Metal-Based Nanoparticles Using Mouse As in Vivo Mode||Awarded|
|Ashish Kumar Gupta||Dr J.L. Bhat||Biotechnology||Study on Genetic Variability, Phytochemical Constituents and Antibacterial Properties of Acacia nilotica||Awarded|
|Charu Singh||Dr Ajay Kumar||Microbiology||Characterization of the Bioactive Component from Actinomycetes against Phytopathogens of Glycine max (L.)||Awarded|
|Rita Sharma||Dr Kuldip Dwivedi||Biotechnology||Micropropagation Studies in Simarouba glauca (A Multipurpose Plant)||Awarded|
|Ramendra Singh Parmar||Dr Ajay Kumar||Biotechnology||Production, Purification And Biochemical Characterization Of Extracellular Pigment(S) From Actinomycetes Isolated From Rhizosphere Soil of MP Regions, India||Awarded|
|Alok Prasad Dwivedi||Dr J.L. Bhat /Co-supervisor: Dr Ajay Kumar||Microbiology||Assessment of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Degradability Potential of Bacteria Isolated From Petroleum Oil Contaminated Sites||Awarded|
|Bhavna Sharma||Dr Kuldip Dwivedi||Biotechnology||Evaluation and Characterization Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp) for Salinity Tolerance||Awarded|
|Chinkita Jain||Dr Kuldip Dwivedi/Co-supervisor: Dr Raghvendra Saxena||Biotechnology||Assessment of Drought Tolerance in Cowpea (Vigna Unguiculata L.) Using Biochemical and Molecular Attributes||Awarded|
|Deepti Mukhriya||Dr J.L. Bhat||Biotechnology||Evaluation of Phytoremediation Potential of Selected Plant Species in Heavy Metal Contaminated Soils in Gwalior District||Awarded|
|Shivani Yadav||Dr Kuldip Dwivedi||Biotechnology||Morphological, Biochemical and Molecular Characterization in Oat (Avena sativa L.) for Salt Tolerance||Awarded|
|Akanksha Gupta||Dr Sonia Johri||Microbiology||Bio-remediation of Heavy Metals from Polluted Sites of Chambal Region under Various Environment Stress Conditions||Submitted|
|Swati Chitranshi||Dr J.L. Bhat||Microbiology||Microbial Diversity of Chambal Ravines and Their Potential Exploitation for Sustainable Development||Submitted|
|Pragya Jadon||Dr Ajay Kumar||Microbiology||Production & Characterization of Active Metabolite from Actinomycetes against Dermatophytes||Draft Submitted|
Dr. Richa Kothari Department of Chemistry
1. Kothari, Richa,’’ Synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and pharmacological evaluation of novel copper mediated antibiotics” World J Pharm Sci 2017; 5(2): 104-112.ISSN – 2321-3310
2. Kothari, Richa,” molecular docking, synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and pharmacological evaluation of novel compounds world journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Volume 6, Issue 2, 1153-1162. (2017) ISSN – 2278-4357
3. Kothari, Richa; “Synthesis, Spectroscopic Characterization and Pharmacological Evaluation of Schiff Base molecular Adducts of Copper metal “ , Oriental Journal of Chemistry”, ISSN: 0970-020, 2017, Vol. 33, No. (3): Pg. 1387-1399
4. Kothari, Richa, “synthesis, characterization, and biological evaluation of some 3d-metal complexes of macrocyclic ligand derived from substituted carbohydrazone and thiosemicarbazide moiety “, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 6, Issue 12, 1019-1036, ISSN 2277– 7105.
5. Kothari Richa, BhavyaShukla, MinishaBagaria, DivyaGautam and Akansha Sharma, “Formulation and Evaluation of Herbal Lipstick from Natural Edible Coloring Matter” , International Journal of Theoretical & Applied Sciences, 9(2): 17-20(2017)
6. Kothari Richa, “Copper Nano particles synthesis from Cinnamomumzeylanicum and its Antibacterial Activity” American Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Research, 6:1-7| Volume 6 . (2018)
7. Kothari Richa, Khursheed Ahmad Wani “Agricultural Nanotechnology: Applications and Challenges; Annals of Plant Sciences,7.3 pp. 2146-2148.(2018)
8. Kothari Richa, Khursheed Ahmad Wani, “ Nano Technology in Medicine and Future Implications: A Mini Review “ Current Trends in Biomedical Engineering & Biosciences, volume 14, issue 1, pp 1-3, (2018).
9. Kothari Richa, Vasundhara Bhandari, “Antimicrobial and anti-biofilm activity of hexadentatedmacrocyclic complex of copper (II) derived from thiosemicarbazide against Staphylococcus aureus.” SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, (2018) 8:8080.
10. Kothari* Richa and Neha Chauhan , “SYNTHESIS, CHARACTERIZATION OF NOVEL COPPER (II) COMPLEXES OF SCHIFF BASE MOLECULAR ADDUCTS OF DOXORUBICIN AND THEIR CYTOTOXIC ACTIVITY AGAINST MCF-7 CELL LINES”, world journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Volume 8, (2019)
11. Kothari* Richa and Nagraj, “Synergistic effect of Bio–Conjugate Silver Nanoparticles with Antibiotic: Antibacterial Agent against Multi-Drug Resistance Bacteria, World journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Volume 8, Issue 7, 1412-26, (2019).
12.12.Kothari* Richa and SanchitaRai, ”SYNTHESIS, SPECTROSCOPIC CHARACTERIZATION AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF MACROCYCLIC COPPER (II) COMPLEX: ANTI-BACTERIAL ACTIVITY AGAINST MULTI – DRUG RESISTANT BACTERIA ”International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2019, Oct.; 10(4)
13..Kothari* Richa and Anurag Agrawal, ”Identification of in-silico Interactions and Biological studies of novel Schiff base ligand and it’s copper (II) complex” International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Vol/11(2); 745-754:2020
14. Kothari* Richa and Rathor, Harleen “Nyctanthesarbor-tristismediatedsilversulphide nanoparticles: Synthesis, characterization and anti-inflammatory activities, International Journal of Chemical Studies; 8(2):42-54:2020
15. Kothari* Richa and Sanchita Rai, “HIGHLY BIOACTIVE ULTRA SMALL VANCOMYCIN DOPED SILVER NANOPARTICLES GROWN BY SOL–GEL METHOD’ International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and ResearchVol. 11, Issue 12; 2020.
16. Kothari* Richa and Sanchita Rai, “Synthesis, Characterization & Biological Evaluation of Bio- fabricated Novel Copper Sulphide Nano particles Derived From Copper (II) Complex” International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, Vol. 29, No. 3, (2020), pp. 11894 – 11930
17. Kothari Richa, ”SYNTHESIS, MOLECULAR DOCKING AND ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTICANCER ACTIVITIES OF TETRAAZA MACROCYCLIC COPPER (II) COMPLEXES” Rasayan Journal of Chemistry Vol.13, No.3, 2020
18. Kothari Richa,andSanchitaRai, ‘’Novel Biosynthesis of Zinc Oxide nanoparticles from HexaCoordinated Zinc(II) complex using nature’s source, and it’s in vitro Biological activities, High Technology Letters, Volume 27, Issue 1, 2021
Published Research Books:-
1. “Copper Complexes as Antineoplastic Agents” ISBN No. (978-3-659-84666-3)
2. “Copper Complexes – Volume II (Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation of NNS donor Schiff Base molecular adducts of Cu (II) Chloride ISBN No. ( 978-3-659-88057-5 )
3“Copper Complexes – Volume III (Design, Synthesis, Characterization and Pharmacological Evaluation of Copper Mediated Macrocyclic compounds”, ISBN No (978-3-330-02921-7)
4. “Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Evaluation of Anticancer drug,” ISBN No (978-620-2-00844-0)
5. “Synthesis, Characterization and Anticancer Evaluation of Thiosemicarbazone Copper complexes.” ISBN No (978-620-2-06521-4)
6. “Pharmacological Evaluation of Copper Complexes”, ISBN No (978-613-5-85789-4)
7. “Copper complexes as Diagnostic Medicine for Cancer Treatment”, ISBN No (978-613-9-82439-7)
8. “Designing, Synthesis and Molecular modeling of Novel Compounds”, ISBN No (978-613-9-83743-4)
9. “Herbal formulation for skincare; ISBN No (978-3-659-43501-0)
10. Smart Farming Technologies for Sustainable Agricultural Development” ISBN – 9781522559092
11. Controlled Release Encapsulated Fertilizers and their Applications, ISBN –978-620-0-44092-1
12. Screening & Identification of Potential Antibacterial Copper Compounds, ISBN –978-620-0-65386-
13. Fundamentals of Medicinal Chemistry, Primer, ISBN – 978-3-659-76251-
Dr. Y C Goswami Department of Physics
1. Excellent flexible Tin Oxide-metal sulfide nanocomposites grown by spin coating chemical route, R. Sharma, V Kumar and Y C Goswami , Chalcogenide letters 18 (8), 473-479.
2. A Brief Review of Multimodal Biometric System, Rachana Pathak1, Y C Goswami and R K Tiwari, Engineering and Technology Journal for Research and Innovation 3 (3), 47-52
3. Synthesis of reduced graphene oxide/zinc sulfide nano composites with sonochemical route, R. Mohapatra, J. B. Kaundal and YCGoswami, Chalcogenide letters 18 (5), 255-262 (2021)
4. Highly luminescet CdS nanoparticles synthesized using microwave irradiation of Dithiocarbazate ligand as a single molecular precursor source, R Sharma, R Singh, YC Goswami, V Kumar, D Kumar, Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society, 1-7 (2021).
5. Enhanced photocatalytic activity of Low cost synthesized Al doped amorphous ZnO/ZnS heterostructures, UPS Gahlaut, V Kumar, YC Goswami, Physica E: Low- dimensional Systems and Nanostructures, 113792. (2020)
6. Synthesis of CdS/CdSe Core-Shell Heterostructures Using Ultrasonic assisted Sol-Gel Method, Vijay Kumar and Y C Goswami, Chemistry Africa (Springer Nature Chemistry Africa 3 (1), 135-139 (2020)
7. Synthesis of randomly oriented self assembledCuS nanorods by co‐precipitation route, Dharam Pal, Gurdeep Singh, Y. C. Goswami, Vijay Kumar, Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, (2019) https://doi.org/10.1007/s10854- 019-01953-2.
8. Synthesis, spectral studies and quantum-chemical investigations on S-benzylβ-N-(4-NN biscynodiethylaminophenylmethylene) dithiocarbazate, Rajeev Singh, D. Kumar, Y.C. Goswami, Ranjana Sharma, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 12, Issue 7, November 2019, Pages 1537-1544.
9. Growth of spin-coated flexible metal oxide-metal sulphide nanocomposites and their characterization, Journal of Nanoscience Nanoengineering & Applications, publications 8(1) (2019).
10. Synthesis of EPS-Metal Oxide Nanocomposite using chemical route and their characterizations, Material Proceedings (2019) (In Press).
11. Synthesis & Characterization of Tin Sulphide nanoparticles using low-cost Sol-Gel route Material ProceedingsAdvances in Nano maerials and devices for Energy and Environment (ICAN 2019)(In Press).
12. Self-assembled Cu doped CdS nanostructures on flexible cellulose acetate substrates using low-cost sol-gel route, Nitin Kumar, Trilok K. Pathak, L. P. Purohit,H. C. Swart, Y. C. Goswami, journal of nanostructures and nano-objects,16, 2018, Pages 1-8
13. Highly Luminescent ZnS Semiconductor Nanoparticles Synthesized using Banana Peels waste, Ramanand Bisauriya, Saurabh Khandelwal, Y C Goswami; Material Proceedings Elsevier (2018)
14. Optically important ZnS semiconductor nanoparticles synthesized using organic waste banana peel extract and their characterization, Ramanand Bisauriya, Darpan Verma, Y C Goswami; J Mater Sci: Mater Electron (2018) 29:1868–1876, DOI 10.1007/s10854-017-8097-6.
15. Sol-gel synthesis of SnO2/CdS heterostructures using various Cd:S molar ratio solution and its application in photocatalytic degradation of Organic Dyes, Journal of Materials Science Materials in Electronics, 2/17, DOI:10.1007/s10854-017-6634-y
16. Morphological and Optical Characterization of Zinc Sulphide Nanostructure Synthesized by Green Route of MusaPeels, Ramanand Bisauriya, S. Khandelwal, Y. C. Goswami, Journal of Nanoscience, Nanoengineering & Applications, vol. 7 (2), pp. 23- 28, 2017.
17. Sol-gel synthesis of SnO2/CdSe nanocomposites and their optical structural and morphological characterizations, Vijay Kumar, P. Rajaram and Y.C. Goswami, Optik 127 (2016) 2490–2494.
18. Highly luminescent ultra-small Cu doped ZnO nanostructures grown by ultrasonicated sol-gel route, U.P.S. Gahlaut, Vijay Kumar, R.K. Pandey and Y.C. Goswami, Optik 127 (2016) 4292–4295.
19. Spin coating of ZnS nanostructures on filter paper and their characterization, Nitin Kumar, L.P. Purohit, Y.C. Goswami, Physica E: Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures xxx (2016) xxx-xxx. DOI:10.1016/j.physe.2016.04.025
20. Synthesis of CdS nanostructures using Schiff base complexes, Proc. of the Intl. Conf. on Nanotechnology for Better Living, 2016 NBL-2016 Vol. 3, No. 1, p. 212 doi:10.3850/978-981-09-7519-7nbl16-rps-212
Dr. Sonia Johri Department of life Science
1. Bhatia Latika & Johri Sonia (2017): Fourier transform infrared mapping of peels of Litchi chinensis after acid treatment and its SSF for ethanol production by Pachysolen tannophilus MTCC 1077- An economic & ecological venture. Indian J. of Biotechnology. NATL INST SCIENCE COMMUNICATION Scopus ISSN 0975- 0967 Vol 16, July 2017, pp 444-456 SCI INDEXED.Impact factor 0.386.
2. Akanksha Gupta, Sonia Johri and Swati Chitranshi Estimation of Heavy Metal Tolerance and Antibiotic Susceptibility of Alcaligenes faecalis Isolated from Polluted Sites of Chambal Region SoilIndian Journal of Ecology (2018) 45(1): 130-134 NAAS Rating: 4. Scopus:96 03045250
3. R Vijayaraghavan1*, Sonia Johri2 & Sangeetha Shukla in Short term inhalation exposure to silica aerosol on respiratory parameters monitored by online computer programme mice Indian Journal of Experimental Biology Vol. 56, May 2018, pp. 351-356 Scopus. 00195189. Indexed in Web of Science. ISSN: 0975-1009 (Online) CODEN: IJEBA6 ISSN: 0019-5189
4. Bhatia Latika & Johri Sonia (2017): Fourier transform infrared mapping of peels of Litchi chinensis after acid treatment and its SSF for ethanol production by Pachysolen tannophilus MTCC 1077- An economic & ecological venture. Indian J. of Biotechnology. NATL INST SCIENCE COMMUNICATION Scopus ISSN 0975- 0967 Vol 16, July 2017, pp 444-456 SCI INDEXED.Impact factor 0.386.
5. Latika Bhatia1*& Sonia Johri Optimization of Simultaneous Saccharification and FermentationParameters for Sustainable Ethanol Production from wheat straw Pichia Stipitis NCIM3498 Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Vol 56, 2018 pp932-941 Scopus. 00195189. Indexed in Web of Science.
6. Sonia Johri* Antioxidant and Metal Chelating Activities From Various Solvent Extracts in P. betel, C. papaya Leaves and T. aestivum Grass . Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2018, 10(6): 128-134 Research Article ISSN: 0975-7384 CODEN(USA): JCPRC5 Scopus : 0019462X
7. Johri S.a*, Khan N.a and Shrivastava S.b Antianemic potential of butanolic extract of piper betel leaves and Triticum aestivum grass in rats. An invivo approach. (Received 21 August 2018) (Accepted 05 December 2018) INDIAN DRUGS 56 (01) January 2019 Scopus: 0019462X
8. Sonia Johri, Nasir Khan, Sarita Kumari, Lovie Shakyawar: (2016) Assessment of secondary metabolites: invitro antiarthritic and antihaemolytic potential of various extracts of garlic. Journal of herbal Drugs Vol. 7, No. 1: 45-50 http://jhd.iaushk.ac.ir/m/article_648819_64beaecaa1de0d8b0491fde75a8a5b40.pdf
9. Sonia Johri, Neha Khan: Invitro antioxidant and antihaemolytic potential of triticum aestivum grass. International Journal of Complementary and alternative medicine.Vol.9 Issue5 00310. Doi 10,15406/ijcam.2017.09.00310.
10. Sonia Johri, Neha Khan, Nasir Khan: Phytochemical screening, biochemical estimation and spectroscopic analysis of various extracts of piper betel leaves, International journal of Pharma Research and Health Sciences.2017;5(6)1896-03
11. Sonia Johri and Neha Khan Assessment of invitro antioxidant and antihaemolytic potential in triticum aestivum grass and Carica papaya leaves. Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical research2017 http://jhd.iaushk.ac.ir/m/article_648819_64beaecaa1de0d8b0491fde75a8a5b40.pdf
12. Neha Chauhan, Aditi Singh, Deepanshi Singhal, Sonia Johri*.Characterisation of copper oxide nano particles using Annona reticulata extract and their antioxidant and photocatalytic activities International Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2019, Mar., Vol. 10 (1)
13. Preliminary phytochemical screening of foliar extract of Prosopis juliflora Sonia Johri, Garima Bartariya, Namrata Jha, Shristy and Neha Chauhan International Journal of Chemical Studies 2019; 7(6): 1426-142
Published Research Books:-
1. Alternative therapy in anemia by herbal extract Sonia Johri and Neha Khan ISBN:978-613-9-89315-7a.Lambert Academic Publication. Omniscriptum Publishing Group
2. Practical Biochemistry: Udita Tiwari, Sonia JohriISBN No: 978-8188805-76-1 SR Scientific Publishers.
Dr. Manish Sharma Department of Mathematics
1. “A Fixed Point Result in Dislocated Quasi b-Metric Space” International Journal of Mathematics And its Applications, Vol.6, 2018, No.2-A, 271-274.
Dr. Shivom Singh department of Chemistry and Environmental Science
1. Shivom Singh, Kajal Srivastava, Dheeraj Gahtori and Dinesh K. Saxena. Bryomonitoring of Atmospheric Elements in Rhodobryum giganteum (Schwaegr.)Par., Growing in Uttarakhand Region of Indian Himalayas. Aerosol and Air Quality Research, 2017. 17: 810–820.
2. Gaurav Bhadauriya, Kajal S. Rathore and Shivom Singh. Phytochemical screening and total phenolic content in the extract of bryophyte Plagiochasma appendiculatum and Dicranum scoparium. Environment Conservation Journal, 2018. 19 (1&2) 175-181.
3. Bhupendra Kumar, Shivom Singh, Kajal Srivastava, and Khursheed Ahmad Wani. New Product Development and Regulatory Challenges in Nutraceutical Industry. Nutraceuticals and Innovative Food Products for Healthy Living and Preventive Care. Editors: Verma, A., Singh, S., and Srivastava, K., Singh, H., IGI Global, USA, 2018. 280-303.
4. Shivom Singh, Bhupendra kumar, Neha Sharma, Kajal Srivastava. Organic farming: Challenge for Chemical Pollution in Aquatic Ecosystem. Handbook of Research on the Adverse Effects of Pesticide Pollution in Aquatic Ecosystems, Editors: Wani, K. A., & Mamta,. IGI Global, USA, 408-420, 2018.
5. Kajal S. Rathore, Shivom Singh and Anil K. Sharma.2018. Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi: Next Generationbioagents For Sustainable Agriculture. Everyman’s Science Vol. LIII No. 2 .85-88.
6. Shivom Singh and Prachi Dixit. 2019. Impact of household air pollution exposure on rural India: A systemic review. Environment Conservation Journal 20 (1&2) 115-132.
7. Shivom Singh, Prachi Dixit, Kajal S. Rathore and Neha Sharma. Detrimental Impact of Plastic Outcome on Agriculture: Biggest Threat to Environment. Handbook of research on environmental and human health impacts of plastic pollution. Editors: Khursheed Ahmad Wani, Lutfah Ariana, and S.M. Zuber, IGI Global, USA, 122-141,2019.
8. Shivom Singh, Kajal S. Rathore and Dev Raj Khanna. Impact of aqueous and organic extracts of Rhodobryum roseum on inhibition of fungal and bacterial growth. Environment Conservation Journal, 2020, 21 (1&2): 151-161.
9. Priyank Chaturvedi, Kajal Srivastava Rathore, Mayank Chaturvedi and Shivom Singh. A comparative study of air quality assessment before and during lockdown among Metro Cities of India. Environment Conservation Journal, 2020, 21 (3):177-185.
10. Prachi Dixit, Kajal S. Rathore, Ashish Kumar and Shivom Singh. A Household Survey during Corona Virus Pandemic to Assess Indoor Air Quality and their Correlation with Women’s Health Parameters. Indian Journal of Environmental
Protection. 2021 Accepted
Published Research Books:-
1. Amit Verma, Kajal Srivastava, Shivom Singh and Hukum Singh. Nutraceuticals and Innovative Food Products for Healthy Living and Preventive Care. IGI Global, USA, November 2017. ISBN13: 9781522529705|ISBN10: 1522529705|EISBN13: 9781522529712|DOI: 10.4018/97 8-1-5225-2970-5
Dr. Dinesh Singh Tomar:-
1. Certain Fractional Calculus Operators Associated With Fox-Wright Ganeralized Hypergeometric Function, Jnanabha, Vol. 41, 2011, 01-08.
2. An Integro-differential Equation of Volterra type with Sumudu Transform, Mathematica Aeterna, Vol. 2, 2012, no. 6, 541-547.
3. Fractional Kinetic Equation with a Ganeralized Lauricella Confiuent Hypergeometric Function in their Kernels, Journal of Indian Math. Soc., Vol. 80, Nos 3-4 (2013), 367-372.
4. The Fractional Integral Operator and I-Function, Mathematica Aeterna, Vol. 7, 2017, no. 4, 313-318.
5. Application of Sumudu Transform to Fractional Integro-Differential Equations Involving Generalized R-Function,GANITA, Vol 69 (2), 2019, 09-13.
6. On Three-Dimensional Saigo-Maeda Operator of Weyl Type with ThreeDimensional H-Transforms, Mathematica Eterna, Vol. 11, Iss 1, 2021, no. 129, 1-3.
Dr. Rupali Rastogi Department of Chemistry
1. A facile approach towards synthesis, characterization, single crystal structure and DFT study of 5-bromo salicylalcohol,
Rupali Rastogi, NaziyaTarannum, and R. J. Butcher Crystallographic Reports 61(2) 234–238 (2016)
2. Synthesis, spectral characterization and evaluation of antimicrobial activity of O,O′-alkanediylS-(N-phthalimidomethyl) dithiophosphatesand zinc bis(O,O′-alkanediyl) dithiophosphate Rupali Rastogi, Srasti Gupta, NaziyaTarranum, Ranu Agarwal and R. J.
Butcher Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon,192(3)300-306 (2017).
3. Ab-initio study of electronic, optical, thermal, and transport properties of Cr4AlB6 Anugya Rastogi, Priyanka Rajput, Rupali Rastogi and U. P. Verma, Int J Quantum Chem. 1-12, e25897, 2019
4. Study based on docking and fluorescence behaviour of ammonium salt of isopropyl dithiophosphate, O,O´- is opropanediyl S-(N-phthalimidomethyl) and zinc diisopropyl dithiophosphates Rupali Rastogi, Gokul, NaziaTarannum, Swapnil Mishra, Anugya Rastogiand R.J. Butcher Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon,196(5)510-512 (2021).
Dr. Ranjana Goswami Department of Chemistry
1. Highly luminescent CdS nanoparticles synthesized using microwave irradiation of Dithiocarbazateligand as a single molecular precursor source, R Sharma, R Singh, YC Goswami, V Kumar, D Kumar, Journal of the Australian Ceramic Society, 1-7(2021)0004881X.DOI:10.1007/s41779-021-00563-8
2. Excellent flexible metal oxide-metal sulfide nanocomposites grown by spin coating chemical route, Ranjana Sharma, Vijay Kumar and Y.C. Goswami, Chalcogenide lettes Vol. 18, No. 8, August 2021,
3. Synthesis, Spectral Studies And Quantum-chemical Investigations On S-benzyl -n-(4-nn Biscynodiethylaminophenylmethylene) dithiocarbazate, Rajeev Singh, D. Kumar, Y.C. Goswami, Ranjana Sharma, Arabian Journal of Chemistry 2019, Volume 12, Issue 7,2522-5766https://doi.org/10.1016/j.arabjc.2014.10.022
4. Synthesis and Characterization of Phenol Formaldehyde carbon Nanocomposites. Chaitanya Sekha, Ranjana Goswami, 2019 Material Proceedings Scopus/ SCI Indexed Elsevier 2214-7853
5. Microwave-assisted synthesis of highly luminiscent ZnS nanostuctues using Zinc dithiocabazateRanjana Shama Goswami, Rajeev Singh,Dkumar et al 2018, Advances in Optical Science and Engg(Spingeseies)978-81-322-2366
6. Synthesis, Spectral Studiesand Quantum-chemical Investigations On S-benzyl -n-(4-nnBiscynodiethylaminophenylmethylene) dithiocarbazate, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Rajeev Singh, D. Kumar,; Y.C. Goswami,; Ranjana Sharma,ISSN: 1878-5352.
7. Synthesis of CdS nanostuctues using schiff bases, Ranjana Shama Goswami, Y.C Goswami,Rajeev Singh, Dkumar et alNanotechnology for Better Living, 2016
Dr. U P S Gahlaut Department of Physics
1. Highly luminescent ultra small Cu doped ZnO nanostructures grown by ultrasonicated sol–gel route, U.P.S. Gahlaut, Vijay Kumar, R.K. Pandey and Y.C. Goswami, Optik 127 (2016) 4292–4295
2. Enhanced photocatalytic activity of Low cost synthesized Al doped amorphous ZnO/ZnS heterostructures, UPS Gahlaut, V Kumar, YC Goswami, Physica E: Low- dimensional Systems and Nanostructures, 113792. (2020)
Dr. Chanda Purushwani Department of Mathematics
1. Purushwani, C. (2020), “Transmission dynamic of Tuberculosis in two dissimilar groups through pathogens: A SIRS model”, Malaya Journal of Matematik, vol. 8 (3), pp. 930-938.
2. Purushwani, C (2021), Impact of early treatment programs on Swine flu infection with optimal controls: Mathematical model. Int. J. Nonlinear Anal. Appl, No. 2, pp. 2429-2451.(ESCI, Scopus)
Dr. Hema Purushwani Department of Mathematics
1. Purushwani, H. (2020), “Transmission dynamic of Tuberculosis in two dissimilar groups through pathogens: A SIRS model”, Malaya Journal of Matematik, vol. 8 (3), pp. 930-938.
2. Purushwani, H. (2021), Impact of early treatment programs on Swine flu infection with optimal controls: Mathematical model. Int. J. Nonlinear Anal. Appl, No. 2, pp. 2429-2451. (ESCI, Scopus
Dr. Santosh Kumar Department of Biotechnology
1. Santosh Kumar*, O. P. Verma and Nem Kumar Jain (June 2020). Isolation, sequencing and insilico comparative modeling of zea mays β-glucosidase. World Journal of Pharamaceutical Research 9(6), 2175-2184.
2. Santosh Kumar*, Nem Kumar Jain, Evans Bwalye, Rozina Dangol and Dhananjay Kashyap (June 2020). insilico comparative modeling of Lymphoma causing Nucleophosmin Anaplastic Lymphoma Kinase fusion protein (NPM-ALK) in homo sapiens. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 9(6), 4390-4397.
3. Dhananjay Kashyap and Santosh Kumar* (May 2020). Insilico comparative modeling and structure prediction of Nucleocapsid protein of Porcine Epidemic Diarrhoea Virus (PEDV) in Pigs. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 9(5), 2706-2712.
4. Santosh Kumar*, Minisha Bagaria, Namrata Jha, O. P. Verma and Nem Kumar Jain (May 2020). Homology modeling and structure prediction of Bloom syndrome causing protein isolated from Liparis tanakae. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 9(5), 2613-2620.
5. Santosh Kumar* and O. P. Verma (April 2020). Isolation, sequencing and in silico comparative modeling of zea mays β-glucosidase isolated from different parts of plant. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 9(4), 2239-2245.
6. Nem Kumar Jain1*, Rituparna Roy1, Hero Khan Pathan1, Aditi Sharma1, Shakhi Ghosh1, Santosh Kumar2. Formulation and Evaluation of Polyherbal Aqueous Gel from Psidium guajava, Piper betel and Glycerrhiza glabra Extract for Mouth Ulcer Treatment. Research Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry, 12(3), 145-148.
7. Minisha Bagaria, Santosh Kumar* and Kuldip Dwivedi (Dec. 2020). Homology Modeling and Structure Prediction of DNA-processing protein DprA isolated from Frankia sp. International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology 9(12), 11434-11440.
8. Santosh Kumar*, Anjali Parihar, Minisha Bagaria, Kuldip Dwivedi and Nem Kumar Jain (March. 2021). Phylogenetic prediction and in silico comparative modeling of glycoprotein isolated from nipah virus. Journal of the Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, 55(1) 683-690.
Dr. Rita Sharma Department of Biotechnology
1. Sharma And Dwivedi. K;2020; In Vitro Culture Establishment And Callus Proliferation In Simarouba Glauca L; Plant Archives -International journal of plant research; 20(1). 2497-2501.
2. Sharma And Dwivedi and Pathak.S;2020; Biotechnological Interventions in Increasing Biomass Production from Simarouba glauca: A Potential Multipurpose Plant; Journal of critical review, Dec 2020, 7 (6) 2780-2789.
3. Sharma R, Chauhan. N, Dutt. Y, Jaiswal N, Gupta. T;2021; Characterization of copper oxide nanoparticles using Prosopis juliflora extract and their antioxidant and photocatalytic activities; International Journal of chemical Studies; 9(3);19-25.
Dr. Hradesh Rajput Department of Biotechnology
1. Batta K. and Rajput H. 2021. Chemical and Phytochemical properties of Fresh and Dry Kadam (Neolamarckia cadamba) Leaves. Chemical Science Review and letters.6(21):88-93.
2. Parmar M, Johri S, Rajput H, Bhat JL. 2019. Quality Attributes, Biochemical Profile and Calorific Status of Functional RTS Drink from a Blend of Mango and Tomato. International Journal of Food and Fermentation Technology.9 (2), 149-154.
3. Rajput H Prasad SGM and Srivastav P. 2019. Nutritional quality analysis of dry moringa powder varity-pkm-1.The Pharma Innovation Journal. 8(7): 95-98.
4. Chauhan S and Rajput H. 2018. Production of gluten free and high fibre cookies using beet root waste powder and wheat flour husk. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 7(11): 556-558.
Published Research Books:-
1. Hradesh Rajput, DeepikaGoswami, and Gulzar Ahmad Nayik, 2020. Peanut. Antioxidants in Vegetables and Nuts – Properties and Health Benefits. ISBN 978-981-15-7470-2. Page No. 509-522
2. Hradesh Rajput, Pratistha Srivastava and Deepika Goswami. 2019. Processing of Watermelon and Extraction of Bioactive Compounds. Pharmacognosy & Nutrition ISBN 978-17-09023-44-6. Volume 1: Page No. 62-78.
Dr. Mamta Thakur Department of Biotechnology
1. Evaluating comparative ß-glucan production aptitude of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Aspergillus oryzae, Xanthomonas campestris and Bacillus natto. Utama, GL., Dio, C., Sulistiyo, J., Chye, FY., Lembong, E., Cahyana, Y., Verma, DK., Thakur, M., Patel, A., and Singh, S. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences (2021). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.sjbs.2021.07.051
2. Characterization and discrimination of Indian propolis based on physico-chemical, techno-functional, thermal and textural properties: A multivariate approach. Pant, K., Thakur, M., Chopra, H. K., Nanda, V., Usmani, S. and Ansari, M. Journal of King Saud University – Science. 33(4), 101405 (2021)https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jksus.2021.101405
3. Screening of Indian bee pollen based on antioxidant properties and polyphenolic composition using UHPLC-DAD-MS/MS: A multivariate analysis and ANN based approach. Thakur, M. and Nanda, V. Food Research International.140, 110041 (2021) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foodres.2020.110041
4. Composition and functionality of bee pollen: A review. Thakur, M. and Nanda, V. Trends in Food Science and Technology.98, 82-106. (2020) DOI: 10.1016/j.tifs.2020.02.001
5. Optimization of spray drying operating conditions for production of functional milk powder encapsulating bee pollen. Thakur, M., Pant, K., Naik, R.R., and Nanda, V. Drying Technology DOI:10.1080/07373937.2020.1720225(2020)
6. Analysis of crystallization phenomenon in Indian honey using molecular dynamics simulations and artificial neural network.Naik, R.R., Neha, S.G, Thakur, M., and Nanda, V. Food Chemistry 125182. (2019) DOI: 10.1016/j.foodchem.2019.125182
5. Process optimization of polyphenol-rich milk powder using bee pollen based on physico-chemical and functional characteristics. Thakur, M. and Nanda, V. Journal of Food Process Engineering.e13148(2019) DOI: 10.1111/jfpe.13148
6. Exploring the physical, functional, thermal, and textural properties of bee pollen from different botanical origins of India. Thakur, M. and Nanda, V. (2018)Journal of Food Process Engineering e12935 DOI: 10.1111/jfpe.12935
7. Assessment of physicochemical properties, fatty acid, amino acid and mineral profile of bee pollen from India with a multivariate perspective. Thakur, M. and Nanda, V. Journal of Food and Nutrition Research 57(4): 328–340 (2018)
Dr. Moti Lal Department of Biotechnology
1. Tia N, Lal M, Gambhir S;2021;rs2253310 and rs4946936 common variants of FOXO3 gene in octogenarians and cancer: a pilot study in north India; Egyptian Journal of Medical Human Genetics;22-47
2. Tia N& Lal M, Shekhar C.A, Chaudhary P, Singh M& Gambhir I.S;2020; Serum Pentosidine Level in Healthy Ageing and Its Association with Age-Related Disease; Comprehensive Clinical Medicine.
- Placements are provided through campus selection in renowned Biotech, Pharmacy companies and various Research Institute. WIPRO-VISTA, Panacea biotech SRF, Coco- Cola, Parle, Britannia, Reliance Life Sciences, Nestle, Advance Enzymes, XL Health, Zydus Cadila Ahemdabad, Novartis-Ankaleshwar, Medicaps Pharma Indore, Span Diagonistics Surat, Omgene Biosciences Surat, Glenmark-Goa, Brindavan Beverages-Bareilly, SABMiller, J.B. Mangharam-Gwalior, BGB Biofertilizer-Punjab, Amrita Herbals, Premier Biosoft-Indore etc
- Students have been provided assistance in placement both for job as well to undertake research in reputed Institutes like IGIB-New Delhi, NII-New Delhi, IITR-Lucknow, DRDE-New Delhi, Gwalior, IARI-New Delhi, NDRI-Karnal, IGFRI, NRCAF-Jhansi, BARC-Mumbai, CIMAP-Lucknow, CCMB-Hyderabad, CIAE-Bhopal, IIPR Kanpur etc
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|1.||Process of Synthesis of Macrocyclic Copper (II) Complexes and their use there of as therapeutic Agents||(2001/DEL/2014)
|2.||Process of Synthesis of Semicarbazone Copper (II) Complexes and their use there of as therapeutic Agents||(4258/DEL/2015)
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|3.||Process of Synthesis of Biologically important 1,4,8,11- tetraaza cyclotetradeca-4,7,11,14-tetraene derivatives and their usr as therapeutic agent||(201621005254A)|
|4.||Computer-Aided Design, Synthesis and Pharmacological Evaluation of Ethylene Diamine Copper (II) Complex||(201621005881 A)|
|5.||Process of Synthesis of Novel Macrocyclic Complexes of Metals and their use there of as therapeutic Agents||(201621030405 )
|6.||“Process of Biosynthesis of Copper Nanoparticles from Cinnamon bark and their use there of as therapeutic Agents.||(201621034257)
|7.||Process of preparation of Controlled Release Encapsulated Fertilizers and their uses there of as Eco friendly and economic fertilizers||(201721018810)
|8.||Process of Synthesis of Novel chemotherapeutic Copper mediated drug and their use as anticancer agents||( 201721042415)
|9.||Herbal formulations of soap and process for the preparation there of||(201821010166)
|10.||Process of formation of poly herbal shampoo by mature decoction having a function of preventing hair loss and stimulating hair growth and method of preparation of there of||(20182101543)
|11.|| PROCESS OF SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL ANTICANCER DRUG AND THEIR USE THERE OF AS THERAPEUTIC AGENTS.
|12.||Process of synthesis ofNovel analogous of Doxorubicin anticancer drug and their use there of as therapeutic Agent
|13.|| Process of Synthesis of Novel Copper (II) Complexes and their use there of as therapeutic Agents
|14.||Process of Synthesis of Novel Chromium (III) Complexes and their use there of as therapeutic Agents||Filed in the month of August 2021|