Department of Botany

Botany Department

Department at a Glance

The department of Botany is one of the oldest departments of Govt. V.Y.T.PG. Autonomous College and has been in the forefront providing quality education and training in the field for the past five decades. UG course started from its inception in 1958 with Botany, Zoology and Chemistry and Botany, Chemistry, Microbiology in 2001 combinations. Postgraduate course started in the year 1972. 42 research papers have been published in various national and international journals its reputation for outstanding academic achievement is well known and reflects the intellectual achievement of its students. University rank holders and who are perusing education and research in top notch institutes of India the department has also been actively organizing guest lecturers national seminar, nature walks, field trips, botanical excursion, etc. in order to achieve all-round development of students through association activities.

The uniqueness of the department essentially lies in the fact that within its faculty there are experts and active researchers representing the frontier areas of modern botany the contribution of the eminent professors in the field of research includes Dr.S.K. Sharma in Plant taxonomy, Dr. Choudhary in plant pathology, Dr. Karkoon inplant pathology, microbiology, Dr. P.C. Panda in plant physiology and Dr. J.N.Verma in plant pathology.

The research laboratory set under the department is well equipped with instruments like phase contrast microscope, BOD incubator, UV-VIS spectrophoto meter, cooling centrifuge, Soxhlet apparatus etc.

            The thrust area such as Isolation and characterization of phyco chemicals Effect of organochlorine pesticides on actinomycetes recovered from parboiled rice milleffluent. Antimicrobial activity and phycochemical analysis of algae. Effect of organochlorine pesticides on actinomycetes. Impact of urea in plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria with reference to rice crop. Antimicrobial activity of medicinal plant.

            Addressing to the vision and mission of the College the department has been striving to achieve its objectives while providing a holistic learning environment to its students.

 Vision – established and identity as department of high standards in teaching and research

 Mission

1.       Equipped students with advanced knowledge and skill and identify the research area in rural scenario and bringing    modernization in teaching with top universities.

2.        To cultivate a research culture in young mind.

3.        To impart the knowledge about medicinal plants.

4.        Bringing quality in research and to improve number of citation and h-index,

5.        To serve the knowledge about medicinal plants to population and livelihood of the tribal population of the area.

6.        Analysis of natural resources drug designing to ensure job opportunity for students

7.        Students from the village find difficult with the language necessity to special classes for  English,

8.         Make the department students friendly.

9.        To develop bioinformatics lab and

10.      Extension of existing lab

11.       To develop a reputed department in the area.

Course          Undergraduate- B.Sc. with Botany,Zoology and Chemistry (Annual)

                                                  B.Sc.with Botany, Microbiology and Chemistry (Annual)

                        Postgraduate – Botany(Semester system)

                        Ph.D.               Botany

Learning/Knowledge resources

S. No.

Learning resources

Available numbers                

              1.     

Departmental Library

          Text books – 1225

          Reference books - 985

          Journals -  4

          Soft copies – 3

          Xerox copies of out of print/ rare books – 5

          No. of CDs/DVDs – 3

          Lab manuals – 3

          Donated books - 153

              2.

Computers

              5

              3.

Labs for practical’s

          1

              4.

Faculty room

          Yes

              5.

Internet connection

          Yes

              6.

Teaching aids

          LCD projectors – 2

          OHPs – 2

          Laptops – 1

          Photocopier – 1

          Printers – 2

          Digital camera – 2

          Others -


DRC & Research Guide

S. No.
Name
Designation
Research Experience
Date of PhD guide Registration
1.
Dr. Ranjana Shrivatava
Professor and Head, Departmennt of botany, M.Sc. PhD.
8 years
Botany
17-10-2009
Microbiology 24-9-2012

2.
Dr. Pragya Kulkarni
 

 
4 years
 

Research Area
1. Isolation and characterization of phycochemicals
2. Effect of organochlorine pesticides onactinomycetes recovered from parboiled rice mill effluent.
3. Antimicrobial activity and phycochemical analysis of algae.
4. Effect of organochlorine pesticides on actinomycetes.
5. Impact of urea in plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria with reference to rice crop.
6. Antimicrobial activity of medicinal plant.


Achievements of Research scholars

1. Pranita Sharma secured First position in paper presentation at S.S.S.S.Mahavidyalaya, HUDCO, Bhilai, (C.G.), in the International conference on “Rationalizing the utilization of available Natural Resources through appropriate technological interventions”
2. Pranita Sharma secured second position in poster presentation at Bhilai Mahila Mahavidyalaya in the national conference on“Recent advances in Medicinal plants and its application in human health”
3. Meenakshi Bhardwaj (Vaishali nagar College) and Satish Sen (Bemetara College) qualified CGPSC Assistant Professor exam in 2014.

Research Facility

Phase contrast microscope –a contrast-enhancing optical technique that can be utilized to   produce high-contrast images of transparent specimens, such as living cells (usually in   culture), microorganisms, thin tissue slices, lithographic patterns, fibers, latex dispersions,   glass fragments, and   subcellular particles (including nuclei and other organelles).

Deep freezer –Storage of DNA and microorganisms.

BOD incubator - specially designed for a variety of incubation and testing applications.

UV-VIS spectrophotometer - the quantitative determination of different analytes, such as   transition metal ions, highly conjugated organic compounds, and biological macromolecules.

Soxhlet Apparatus -  a Soxhlet extraction is used when the desired compound has a limited   solubility in a solvent, and the impurity is insoluble in that solvent

Cooling Centrifuge - This equipment is extensively used in chemistry, biology, and biochemistry   for isolating and separating suspensions.

Rotator Shaker - used in microbiological, immunological and general clinical applications

Distillation Unit - separating the component substances from a liquid mixture by selective   evaporation and condensation.

TDS meter - A TDS Meter indicates the Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) of a solution, i.e. the   concentration of dissolved solids in it.

Air Sampler - Microbiological monitoring of the air in facilities where pharmaceuticals and   medical devices.

Oven and Incubator - General drying, sterilization and incubation of microorganisms.


Ph.D. Awarded

S.no

Year

Ph.D. Produced

01

2016

01

02

2014

03

03

2009

01

04

2001

01

05

1997

01



Ph.D. Registered

S.No

Year

Ph.D.Registered

1.

2014

04

2.

2013

02

 

Minor Project

S.No

Name

Topic

Amount

Funding agency

Duration

1.

G. S. Thakur

“Allelopathic effect of Parthenium hysterophorous L. on seed germination and growth behavior of some agrocrops of Chhattisgarh”

210000

U.G.C.

2014-2016

2.

Kumudini Indira Toppo

“Study of antifungal properties of some medicinal plants of district Durg, Rajnandgaon and Kawardha of Chhattisgarh”

100000

U.G.C.

2013-2015

 

Publications

Year

Publications

National

International

Total

2016

1

-

01

2015

6

1

07

2014

6

1

07

2013

2

2

04

2012

4

-

04

2011

6

2

08

2010

3

1

04

2009

3

-

03

2008

-

-

-

2007

-

-

-

2006

4

-

04


Publications Details

2016

1.  Study of antimicrobial activity of Lantana indica Linn. Against some human pathogens and phytochemicals. European Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Research, 3(2), 301-308. (2016). Gupta, S., Toppo, K.I. and Kumar, A.

2015

2.  Biodiversity of grass flora found in Govt. V.Y.T.PG. Autonomous College Campus Durg, district. Vaniki Sandesh, 6, 23-26. (2015). Pandey, G.

3.  Study of antimicrobial effect of Chrysanthemum moritolium Ramat. (Asteraceae) against some human pathogenic microorganisms. Int. J. Pharmacol. Bio.Sci. 9(2), 179-188. (2015). Gupta, S.  and Toppo, K.I.

4.  Diversity of Actinomycetes in parboiled rice mill effluent. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology, 9, (2015). Philip. C., Shrivastava, A.K. and Shrivastava, R.

5.  Comparative study of application of chemical and biofertilizer for better growth of Vitex, a medicinal plant. Indian Journal of Life Sciences, 5, 41-43. (2015). Dewangan, N., Shrivastava R. and Shrivastava, A.K.

6.  Combined application of Azotobacter and urea to improve growth of rice (Oryza sativum). Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology, 72-77. (2015). Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, A. K. and Dewangan, N.

7.  Co-inoculation of Azotobacter and Pseudomonas to improve growth of rice (Oryza sativum). Society for promotion of tropical biodiversity, Jabalpur, 23 (1) 98-101. (2015). Shrivastava, R. Dewangan, N. and Shrivastava, A. K.

8.  Production, optimization and characterization of broad spectrum acteriocins from Lactobacillus plantarum DP2 and Lactobacillus casai DD1. Research Journal Pharmaceutical Biological and Chemical Sciences. (Accepted 22 jan 2015). (2015). Mahobiya, D. and Shrivastava, R.

2014

9Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity of Mougeotia. International Jr. of Basic and Applied Science Research, 1(1) 54-57. (2014). Bhardwaj, M. Shrivastava, A. K. and Shrivastava, R.

10.  Effect of Organochlorine Pesticide on growth of Actinomyceties. Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 4 (1), 191-195. (2014). Philip. C., Shrivastava, A.K. and Shrivastava, R.

11.   Algal Biodiversity in Fresh water Reservoir of Durg. Indian Journal of Scientific Research, 4 (1), 121-126. (2014). Shrivastava, A. K., Bhardwaj, M. and Shrivastava, R.

12.  Acute Human Lethal Toxicity Effects of Some Pesticide Families. Jr. of Industrial Pollution Control, 30(2), 181-184. (2014). Meshram, N., Singh, A. and  Shrivastava, R.

13.  Isolation and Characterization of PGPR Rice rhizosphere for phosphate solubilization. Jr. of Industrial Pollution Control, 30(2), 273-276. (2014). Dewangan, N., Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, A. K.  and  Sahu, V.

14.  Phycochemical and antimicrobial study of vigorous fresh water alga Mougeotia. Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci., 3 (4), 1020-1024. (2014). Bhardwaj, M., Shrivastava, A. K. and Shrivastava, R.

15.  Phycochemical Analysis of Two Members of Order – Zygnematales. International journal of Geology, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences, 2 (2), 27-30. (2014). Bhardwaj, M., Shivastava, A. K. and Shrivastava, R

16.  Airborne Aspergillus in the atmosphere of Panabaras. Proceedings Nat. Conf. on Biotechnology and Traditional Knowledge.130-135. ISBN No. 978-81-7622-330-0. (2014) Kunjam, Shriram and Jadhav, S.K

2013

17.  Antimicrobial activity of Achyranthes aspera against Some Human Pathogenic Bacteria and Fungus. Int.  jour of pharmacology and biological sciences, 7(2), 43-54. (2013). Gupta, S. and Toppo, K.I.

18.  Antimicrobial activity of Parthenium hysterophorus Linn. And Moringa oleifera Lam. against some human pathogenic bacteria and fungus. Journal of Herbal Medicine and Toxicology, 7(1), 89-95. (2013). Gupta, S. and Toppo, K.I.

19.  Antimicrobial Activity of Sphagneticola trilobata (L.) Pruski, against some human pathogenic bacteria and fungi. The Bioscan, 8(2), 695-700. (2013). Gupta, S. and Toppo, K.I.

20.  Ethanobotanical Plant Diversity in Mainpur Block, District Gariaband, Chhattisgarh, India. International Journal of Innovative Research and Studies, 2 (6), 11-12. (2013). Thakur, B., Verma, S., Karkoon, D. and Shrivastava, R.

21.  Studies of Airomycoflora of District and Session Court of Durg, Chhattisgarh. Journal of Biological Innovation, 2 (4), 146-151. (2013). Verma, S., Thakur, B., Karkoon, D. and Shrivastava, R.

22.   Traditional Herbal Medicines for the Treatment of Snake Bite and Scor pion Sting by the Tribes of South Surguja, Chhattisgarh, India  Med Aromat Plants, 2(1):1-3. ISSN: 2167-0412 MAP, an open access journal (2013) Kunjam, SR, Jadhav, SK and Tiwari, KL

2012

23.  To analyse the water sample of pond located near Nandini mines in Durg district Chhattisgarh, India. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences, 22 (19), 1-4. (2012). Verma, S. and Das, S.

24.  Seasonal Variation of Algal Biodiversity from the Three Fresh Water Ponds of Bhilai, India. Current issues of conservation and wise use of wetlands in North Eastern Region of India, 89-95. (2012). Bhardwaj, M., Shrivastava, R. and Shrivastava, A.K.

25.   Ethanomedicinal plants and its effect on public health. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences, 21 (22), 1-4. (2012). Verma, S., Thakur, B., Shrivastava, R and Karkoon, D.

26.  Isolation and Characterization of plant growth promoting Rhizobacteria associated with Vitex negundo. Life Science Bulletin, 9 (1), 197-199. (2012). Shrivastava, A. K., Dewangan, N., Shrivastava, R. and Chandrakar, D.

2011

27Ethnomedicinal; importance of some trees of Barnawapara Sanctuary of Chhattisgarh, India. Life science Bulletin, 9(1), 197-199. (2011). Toppo., K.I., Chelikswamy, L.K. and Gupta, S.

28.  Biodiversity and Biochemical Properties of Genus Micromonospora Recovered From Gelatin Factory. Proceedings of National Conference on “Climatic change & its Effect on Biodiversity”. (2011). Philip. C., Shrivastava, R., Pandey, B. and Shrivastava, A. K.

29.  Physiochemical Characterization in two Ponds of Dongargarh City under biotic stress. Proceedings of National Conference on “Climatic change & its Effect on Biodiversity” (2011). Chelak, E.P., Shrivastava, R. and Shrivastava, A. K.  

30.  Aeromycofloral Diversity of St. Thomas College, Bhilai. Proceedings of National Conference on “Climatic change & its Effect on Biodiversity” (2011). Bhardwaj, M., Shrivastava, R. and Shrivastava, A. K.

31.  Ecological Status of Medicinal Plants of Durg Nagar Nigam Area; Chhattisgarh. Advances in Plant Sciences, 24 (II), 621-632. (2011). Sahu, Y., Meshram, N., Thakur, G.S. and Shrivastava, R.

32.  Detection of seed Borne Fungi in Soybean by Different Incubation Methods. International Research Journal Lab to Land, 3(12), 519-521. (2011). Shrivastava, R., Singh, A. and Meshram, N.

33.  Water Quality  Assessment of Ground water resources in Dongargarh City (Chhattisgarh) Based on WQI. International Research Journal Lab to Land, 3 (9), 56-58. (2011). Chelak, E.P., Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, A. K. and Pandey, B.

34.  Floristic diversity of Dongargarh hill range, Chhattisgarh. International Research Journal Lab to Land, 3 (9), 522-526. (2011). Chelak, E.P., Shrivastava, R. and Shrivastava, A. K.

2010

35.  Screening of Leafy Vegetables of District Durg; Chhattisgarh. Advances In Plant Sciences India. An In. Jn. 23 (2), 743-744. (2010). Thakur G.S. and Chelikswamy L. K.

36.  Studies on Phytoplankton diversity of Polsaypara & Deepak Nagar ponds of Durg city; Distt. Durg (C.G.). Research Analysis and Evaluations an Int. Res. Jn. Rajasthan.1 121-126. (2010). Thakur G.S.

37.  Characterization of Ground Water for Human Activity Zones of Dongargarh City (Chhattisgarh). International Research Journal Lab to Land 2 (7): 354-357. (2010). Chelak, E.P., Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, A. K. and Verma. A. C.

38.  Screening of Fungus for the Biodegradation of Different Hydrocarbons. Life Science Bulletin 7 (1), 47-48. (2010). Meshram, N., Jimnani, K. and Shrivastava, R.

2009

39Screening of Bacteria for the Biodegradation of Different Hydrocarbons. Life Science Bulletin 6 (3), 315-318. (2009). Meshram, N., Jimnani, K. and Shrivastava, R.

40.  Hydrocarbon Utilization by Bacteria as a Sole Source of Carbon. International Research Journal Research Analysis and Evaluation I (1): 5-11. (2009). Jimnani, K., Meshram, N. and Shrivastava, R.

41.  Mycoflora associated with soybean seeds. Life Science Bulletin 6 (2), 163-165. (2009). Shrivastava, R., Mahobiya, D. and Meshram, N.


2006

42.  Preliminary study of avenue trees of steel city (Bhilai). Research Link – 32, Vol. –V (7),  28. (2006). Shrivastava, R.

43.  Assessment of potentiality of Nelumbo cultivation under central plains of Chhattisgarh. Research Link – 32, V (7), 30. (2006). Shrivastava, R..

44.  Effect of seasons & time of sowing crops on foliar incidence of blast disease in rice. National Journal of Life Sciences, 3 (3), 481- 483. (2006). Shrivastava, R.

Effect of spacing on foliar incidence of blast disease. Research Link – 27, V (2), 133. (2006). Shrivastava, R



Seminar

Year

Topic

Amount

Funding agency

Date

2011

Recent Trends in Plant and Microbial Sciences

80000

College fund

26th & 27th Nov 2011

 

A National Seminar on “Recent trends in plant and microbial sciences” was organized by the Department of Botany & Microbiology jointly on 26th and 27th November 2011. Dr. Jaylaxmi Thakur, Vice Chancellor of Bastar University was the chief guest and Dr. Deepak Karkun, Principal; Govt. Girls College Durg was president of the seminar.

A key note address was delivered by Dr. R. P. Sinha, from BHU his topic was “Interaction of ultraviolet rays with cyanobacteria”. A second lecture addressed by Dr. S.K. Chile Principal, Govt. P.G. College Seoni M.P. the topic was “Phytopthora sp. Which causes leaf spot disease on piperbetel”. Third important address was given by Dr. S.B. Nandeshwar, Dept.of Botany, Cotton Research Institute Nagpur, the topic was “BT cotton and application of biotechnology in different vegetables and food crops”. Dr. D.K. Shrivastava was consigned his address on “Biodiversity of cyanobacteria specially in Chhattisgarh region”.

 

About 30 research papers were presented by respective research scholors. Total 150 Professors and research scholors were participated in the seminar. Dr. Ranjana Shrivastava was Co-ordinator and Prof. L.K. Chelikswami was organizing secretory of the seminar. The Chief Guest of valedictory function was Dr. Vibhuti Rai Retired Professor SOS in Life Science, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur and Dr. P.C. Choubey, Principal, Govt. V.Y.T.PG. Autonomous College Durg was presided over the valedictory function. A souvenior was also published on the ocassion.


Workshop

Year

Topic

Amount

Funding agency

Date

2014

Workshop on "Remote Sensing" with Dept. Of Geology

-

CGCOST

10-12/02/2014

 

Guest Lectures

S.No

Guest

Topic

Date

1

Dr. Veena Pani Dubey
(Prof. & Head dept of Botany C.M.D. College Bilaspur)

Biodiversity

08/02/2016

2

Dr. D.K. Shrivastava
(Science College Bilaspur)

DNA Technology, Cloning, DNA microarray, DNA fingerprinting

29/1/2016

3

Dr. N. B. Singh
(Science College Raipur)

Cytogenetics

4/09/2015

4

Dr. Rupinder Diwan 
(Science College Raipur)

Techniques in tissue culture

4/09/2015

5

Prof. P.C. Panda
(Retired Prof. Durg)

Photobiology

16/10/2014

6

Prof. Utkarsh Ghate
(Scientist, UNDP, Green medicine/village herbs)

About Medicinal Plants

6/09/2014

7

Dr. Suman Kumar Maitra
(Prof. of Zoology Visva Bharti University)

Melatonin

12/08/2014

8

Dr. V. K. Kanoongo
(Science College Raipur)

Genetics

23/01/2013

9

Dr. N. B. Singh
(Science College Raipur)

 

23/01/2013

10

Dr. Veena Pani Dubey
(C.M.D. College Bilaspur)

Biodiversity and its conservation

22/01/2013

11

Prof. S. K. Sharma
(Retired Prof. Durg)

Taxonomical Approaches

08/03/2010

12

Dr. T.R. Sahu
(Sagar University)

Biodiversity

20/12/2008

13

Dr. S. K. Mishra (Raipur)

RNAi

20/10/2008

14

Dr. T. R. Sahu
(Sagar University)

Biodiversity and their conservation

16/10/2008

15

Dr. R. P. Thakre (Nagpur)

Post harvest diseases of fruits and vegetables

16/10/2008

16

Dr. M. S. Singh
(Jabalpur University)

Emerging significance of medical mycology in contemporary medicine

16/10/2008

 

Library

The Department of Botany has a well stacked library with nearly 2400 text books, reference books, M.Sc. project reports, herbarium and journals. The library supports resarch interest of the faculty, researchers, staff andstudents of the department. The library holds valuable books related to algae,fungi, bryophytes, pteridophytes, gymnosperms, plant systematic, plantphysiology, plant anatomy, genetics, cytology, cytogenetics, biochemistry,microbiology, biotechnology, ethnobot any biodiversity, ecobiology, beautifultrees monographs, medicinal plants flora, research methodology, Analysis ofwater in addition to rare books and journals. The prime objective of the library is to support students, research and teaching. There are also twocomputers for students and researchers with wi-fi/ internet facility. Libraryopening hours (in working days) 11 am to 5 pm.


I.C.T Facilities

There are also two computers for students and researchers with wifi/ internet facility.
Library opening hours (in working days) 11am to 5pm.


Activities

S.No

Date

Extension Activity

1.

23/01/2016

Malnutrition, Environment, Hyiegene Medicinal plant uses cleanliness

2.

9/01/2016

Environment, Global warming, Plant conservation, Cleanliness and hygiene

3.

05/01/2016

Practical skill in students of Sun Shine English Medium Higher Secondary School.

4.

08/11/2014

Teachers training

 

S.No

Date

Inhouse Activity

1.

12-1-2016

Biotechnology - Visit to botanical garden and significance of medicinal plant

2.

29-7-2015

Physics - Visit to botanical garden and significance of medicinal plant

 

S.No

Date

Place of visit

Purpose (Inhouse Activity)

1.

25/1/2016

Krishi Vigyan Kendra Anjora

To study Mushroom culture

2.

9/1/2016

Maitri Bagh

To study local vegetation

3.

18/11/2014

Jatmai Ghatarani (C.G.)

To study Hill Vegetation

4.

22/02/2014

Vishakhapatnam

1. To study the palnt diversity of Vishakhapatnam (seashore vegetation)
2. To study the marine algae of Yarada beach (Vishakhapatnam)

5.

February 2011

Chilka lake Orissa

To study the seashore vegetation of Chilka lake

6.

 

Maitri Garden, Bhilai

To study local biodiversity

7.

11/01/2010

Botanical Garden and B.S.I. Sibpur, Kolkata

1. To study the medicinal plants and to study the plant biodiversity of Botanical Garden Kolkata.
2. To visit B.S.I. Kolkata

8.

 

Narsinghnath Orissa.

To study the biodiversity

9.

26/01/2009

Pachmarhi Hills M.P.

To study the biodiversity of hill vegetation

10.

 

Salhekasa

Bamboo Forest Study

11.

 

Barnawapara Sanctury

To study the biodiversity

12.

January 2007

Indira Gandhi Agriculture University Raipur

To know about Ex-Situ and In-Situ conservation of plant resources

 

S.No

Date

Guest

Event

1.

1-10-2015

Dr J.K. Tiwari

1. Model, 
2. Poster and 
3. Presentation of Medicinal plants

2.

6-10-2014

Prof. P.C. Panda

Poster competition organized for P.G. students

 

Placement

S.No

Name

Placed at

1.

H.L. Ratre

I.F.S. DFO Mahasamund

2.

Dr. Satish Sen

Asst. Prof.

3.

Dr. Bhawna Pandey

Asst. Prof. Bhilai Mahila Mahavidyalaya

4.

Dr. D.S. Chandel

A.G.M. Bhilai Steel Plant

5.

Dr. M.L. Prasuna

Asst. Prof. Govt. Girls College Durg

6.

E.V.S. Murthy

Manager – Oriental bank of commerece

7.

Parmanand Agarwal

Govt. Higher Secondary School Durg

8.

Swapna Mukharjee

Lecturer BSP School Bhilai

9.

Ramnarayan Pandey

Research Associate Bamboo Project Noida

10.

Dr. Gunwant Chandrol

Asst Prof. Kalyan College Bhilai

11.

Pankaj Jain

Asst Prof. Kalyan College Bhilai

12.

Jyotsana Tiwari

Account officer CG-Cost Raipur

13.

Swati Tiwari

Asst Prof. Kalyan College Bhilai

14.

Deepa Chanda Bhaskar

Lecturer BSP School Bhilai

15.

Aruna Pandey

Lecturer BSP School Bhilai

16.

Naveen Kumar Verma

NET, SLET

17.

Chandrashekhar Chaturvedi

Railway, Charoda

18.

Devprabha

Lab Technician Arjunda

19.

Sujata Lakhe

NET

20.

Vibha Gupta

Asst. Prof. Vaishali Nagar Durg


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3 Dr.(Mrs.) Kumudini Indira ToppoPh.D. BotanyAsst. Professor9893978473 View Profile
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7 Dr. Shriram KunjamPh.D. BotanyAsst. Professor- View Profile
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WORKSHOP ON “MUSHROOM CULTIVATION & ITS PROSPECTS”


Venue : Govt. Science College Durg
Date : 03/10/2016

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