Department of Chemistry

Chemistry Department

Department At A Glance

The Department of Chemistry was established in 1958 and PG programme was introduced in 1965. Since its inception, the department has crossed several milestones. The Department offers undergraduate courses – B.Sc. (with Chemistry, Industrial Chemistry and Bio-chemistry) and postgraduate course - M.Sc. (Chemistry with Organic, Inorganic and Physical Chemistry as elective). The Department also has facilities for Ph.D. programme in Chemistry. All courses offered by the department are designed according to the needs and demands of current industrial sectors and to make the students competent at local and global level.

With 14 faculties, the department presently caters 1548 UG, 50 PG students and 16 research scholars. Each faculty has specialized knowledge in different branches of Chemistry. Faculty members are active in educational sphere across the state and contribute to academic and research fields in various capacities like resource persons, reviewers, authors, etc. Equipped with a state-of-the-art instrumentation facility, research laboratories, departmental library and ICT tools, we are counted amongst the best departments for education in Chemistry across the state of Chhattisgarh which provides a comprehensive teaching and research environment in the Chemical Sciences.

The journey from a small department teaching undergraduate students in 1958 to DST-FIST supported department actively engaged in research activity is a result of coordinated effort of dedicated faculty. The department has contributed immensely in the college being accredited A grade by NAAC and achieving CPE-Phase III status. The department strives to achieve its prime objective - to produce and train technical and scientific personnel of the highest order of excellence having scientific aptitude.


VISION

"To be a torchbearer in the arena of higher education by empowering the youth through quality education that would develop intellectually alive, ethically upright and socially responsible citizens, inclined to meet the global challenges of the ever-changing, technology - oriented world."


MISSION

"Transforming the hopes and dreams of diverse individuals into reality by providing value added quality education, promoting innovative curriculum development, exposing students to advances in Chemical Sciences, offering guidance in acquiring theoretical and practical skills and creating an exceptional learning environment that would groom total personality”.



Infrastructure

UG LABS: 02
PG LAB: 01
BIOCHEMISTRY LAB: 01
RESEARCH LABS: 06
COMPUTER LAB: 01with 10 computers
INSTRUMENTATION LAB: 01
CLASS ROOM WITH ICT FACILITY: 01


Instruments

1.  ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETER
2.  UV VISIBLE SPECTROPHOTOMETER
3.  GAS CHROMATOGRAM - FID
4.  FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPECTROMETER
5.  ELISA READER
6.  ELECTROPHORESIS
7.  POLARIMETER
8.  POLAROGRAPH
9.  ION METER
10. BOD INCUBATOR
11. TENSIOMETER
12. SURVISMETER


Achievements

FACULTY

1. Convenors/ Members of various cells of the College – UGC, Autonomy, Women Cell, Placement cell, Purchase committee, Time table committee, Jan Bhagidari Samiti, etc

2. Coordinator of IGNOU Centre

3. Members of Board of Studies, Governing Bodies, Inspection team of various Universities/Institutions

4. Chaired sessions at the International Conferences and National Conferences/Seminars

5.   Organized  International and National  Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops

6.   Delivered keynote address, invited talks and lectures 

7.   Faculty enrichment Programme - Availed study leave sanctioned by State Govt.    and UGC

8.   Availed Summer Research Fellowship of Indian Academy of Science at IIT Mumbai and IIT Madras, Chennai

9.   As Associate  Editor of International Journal

10. As member of Editorial Board of National Journals 

11. As reviewers in  International journals

12. As mentor of INSPIRE programme of DST for school students 

13. Fellows of various Societies

14. Contributed in the organization of INSPIRE programme for school students

12. Involvement  of  faculty  in  various  community  awareness programmes


STUDENTS

1.   Post-doctoral fellowship, UGC – Dr. Bhawana Jain

2.   Post-doctoral fellow at Chubu University, Japan

         a. Dr. Dhananjay Kr. Deshmukh

3.  Certificate of Merit for Best Presentation at National Convention of American Chemical Society at San Diego, California (USA)         by      Dr. Bhawana Jain

4.  Young Scientist Award –

        a.  Ku. Mitisha Baid –Dec. 2016

        b.  Ku. Kanchan Upadhyay – Feb. 2015

        c.  Gautam SheelThool – Feb. 2014

5.   Best Paper Presentation Award

        a.  Ku. Neelam Sen - 2015

        b.  Ku. Savita Pataila - 2014

6.  Tamaskar Memorial Gold Medal for overall topper (PG)

         a.  Ku. Shippi Dewangan  

7.  Qualified NET/SLET/GATE–04


8.  Scholarships/Fellowships

        1.  Rajiv Gandhi Fellowship – 02

        2.  Maulana Azad Scholarship – 01

        3.  Single Girl Child Scholarship – 01

        4.  PDFWM - 01

        5.  UGC-JRF  - 03

        6.  BARC-SRF - 01

        7.  University scholarship - 06


9.    Hitendra Kr. Lautre attended 15 days workshop at Central University, Hyderabad

10.  Miss Ancy Sebastian attended two months research programme at BARC, Mumbai

11.  Gautam Sheel Thool – one year training at IICT Hyderabad  

12.  Papers presented abroad

          a. Dr. Bhawana Jain – USA

          b. Hitendra Kr. Lautre – Malaysia, USA


Placement of Students

S.No.

Name

Placement/Recruitment

Year

1.

Mitisha Baid

Govt. Engineering College, CGPSC

2016

2.

Archana

Govt. Polytechnic College, Gariyaband , CGPSC

2016

3.

Hitendra Kr. Lautre

Quality Control Executive Whiting Petroleum Corporation, US

2015

4.

Anita Bind

Chemist in Central Ground Water Control Board, Raipur ( CG)

2015

5.

Pooja Tiwari

IOT Infrastructure, Raipur

2015

6.

Gautam Sheel Thool

Project Fellow at IICT, Hyderabad

2014

7.

Amit Thakur

Chemist in Mother Drinks, Bilaspur, (CG)

2014

8.

Savita Pataila

Chemist in CSEB Korba, (CG)

2013

9.

Richa Sharma

Food Inspector, (CG)

2013

10.

Amit Das

Chemist, Bhuj

2013

11.

Kalpana Sinha

Police Department, (CG)

2013

12.

Saroj Sharma

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2012

13.

Vinod Gena

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2012

14.

Deepti Tikariha

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2012

15.

Birendra Kumar

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2011

16.

Alpa Shrivastava

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2011

17.

Ghanat Joshi

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2011

18.

Aruna Sao

Assistant Professor, CGPSC

2011

19.

Rashmi Mandavi

Shift Chemist, NTPC, (CG)

2010

20.

Anjali Mankar

Mahila Bal Vikas Adhikari, (CG)

2010


Research Projects

Major Projects ( Completed )
2011 - 2016

S.

No.

Name of faculty member

Period

Title

Funding Agency

Outlay (Rs.)

1.

Dr. Alka Tiwari

2011-15

Magnetic nanoparticles loaded cation exchanger sorbents for effective removal of toxic metal ions

BARC

22,24,600

2.

Dr. A. K. Singh

2011-14

Studies on some chemically deposited nanocrystalline thin films doped with transition and rare earth metallic ions

UGC

12,09,800

3.

Dr. Ajai Kr. Pillai

2008-11

Feasibility studies on the development of biosensors for monitoring pesticidal residues in water bodies

DST

5,57,700


MINOR PROJECTS(COMPLETED)
2011 - 2016

S.

No.

Name of faculty member

 

Period

Title

Funding Agency

Outlay (Rs.)

 

1.

 

Dr. A.K. Singh

 

2013-15

Oxidative              degradation              of antibiotic/analgesic by Colloidal  MnO2  in micellarsystem.

CCOST,

Raipur

 

5,00,000

2.

Dr. NutanRathod

2013-15

Optical & structural analysis of pure and doped lead oxide thin film

UGC

1,90,000

 

3.

 

Dr. AlkaTiwari

 

2010-12

Iron oxide encapsulated chitosan microspheres as novel nanocomposite sorbent for detoxification of water

 

UGC

 

1,20,000


MINOR PROJECTS (COMPLETED)  
2006 - 2010

S.No

Name of faculty member

Period

Title

Funding Agency

Outlay (Rs.)

1.

Dr. Ajai Kr. Pillai

 2008-10

Impact of industrial effluents on ground water regime

UGC

50000

 

2.

 

Dr. Nutan Rathod

 2008-10

Mechanistic studies of nucleophilic substitution Reaction of  some carboxylic & phosphate esters with α- nucleophiles

 

UGC

 

60000

 

3.

Dr. Anupama Kashyap

 

2008-10

Studies on the development of low cost methods for the determination of some air pollutants in environmental sample

 

UGC

 

65000

 

4.

 

Dr. AlkaTiwari

 2006-08

Removal of heavy metal ions from aqueous solutions by adsorption onto Ca-Alginate beads

 

UGC

 

65000

 

5.

 

Dr.  A. K. Singh

 

2006-08

Transition metal catalyzed oxidation kinetics of some biologically active/industrially important compound

 

UGC

 

60000

 

6.

 Dr. Anil Kr. Kashyap

 2006-08

Analytical studies on soil to determine the % of nitrogen & phosphorus in Ambagarh Chowki Block

 

UGC

 

55000


MINOR PROJECTS (ONGOING)
2011 - 2016

S.

No.

Name of faculty member

 

Period

 

Title

Funding Agency

Outlay (Rs.)

 

1.

Dr. AnupamaKashyap

 2015-17

Studies on analytical chemistry  of chemical pollutants

 UGC

 3,70,000

  

2.

  

Dr. AjaiPillai

  

2014-16

Feasibility studies on the development of sensor for monitoring antibiotics in environment

  

UGC

  

2,10,000

  

3.

 

Dr. AnupamaAsthana

  

2014-16

Kinetic and Thermodynamic Studies of Adsorption of some toxic metal ions by using Nanoparticles                                       entrapped Adsorbents

  

UGC

  

2,90,000

 4.

Dr. Sunitha B. Mathew

 2014-16

Oxidative degradation of some harmful pesticides- Kinetic Study

 UGC

 4,40,000

 

5.

 

Dr. AlkaTiwari

 2014-16

Pesticides removal from Aq. Soln by adsorption onto paramagnetic styrene based co-polymers

 UGC

 4,20,000


Details of Research Activities

S.No

Year

No. of Research Scholars

Awarded

Registered / enrolled

1.

2016-17

03

05

2.

2015-16

03

05

3.

2014-15

04

04

4.

2013-14

03

01 (Post Doctoral Fellow)

5.

2012-13

02

04

 COLLABORATIONS

�  Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
�  University of Dhaka, Bangladesh
�  Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal
�  Florida University, USA
�  BARC, Mumbai
�  IICT, Hyderabad
�  IIT, Mumbai
�  IIT, Kanpur
�  Allahabad University, Allahabad
�  RTM, Nagpur
�  Hislop College, Nagpur
�  Govt. Model Science College, Jabalpur
�  Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
�  CSVTU, Bhilai
�  Kalyan  PG College, Bhilai


Publications

Year - 2016

1.  Asthana, A., Verma, R., Singh, A.K., Susan, M.A.B.H., Glycine functionalized magnetic nano-particle entrapped calcium alginate beads : A promising adsorbant for removal of Cu (II) ions. Journal of Environmental Engineering 4, 1985-1995 (2016).

2.  Asthana, A. Upadhay K., Leuco crystal violet method for the determination  of nicrorandil in bulk dosage Karbala International Journal of Modern Science 2(1), 1-9 (2016).

3.  Pandey, G.P., Singh, A.K., Prasad, S., Deshmukh, L., Asthana, A., Mathew, S.B., Yoshida, M., Kinetic determination of trace amount of mercury (II) in environmental samples Microchemical Journal (2016).

4.  Tiwari, A., Kathane, P., Defluoridation of Water using an Effective Adsorbent PVA-Alginate/CTAB Bound Nano Magnetite microspheres: Kinetic & Equilibrium study, Advance Physics Letter , 36-42, 3( 2) (2016).

5.  Tiwari, A., Kathane, P., Removal of dye safranin-T from aqueous solution by adsorption onto PVA/alginate bound nano magnetite hydrogel microspheres, Asian Resonance,1-9, V( 2), (2016). 

6.  Aleksandrova, M., Videkov, V., Ivanova, R., Singh, A.K., Highly flexible, conductive and transparent PEDOT:PSS/Au/PEDOT:PSS multilayer  electrode for optoelectronic devices,  Materials Letter, 204–208 (2016).

7.  Deo, S.R., Singh, A.K., Deshmukh, L., Singh, N.P., Studies on Structural, Morphological and Optical Properties of Chemically Deposited  CdS1-x Sex Thin Films, Journal of Fluorescence, 26,459-469 (2016).

8.  Yadav, H., Bhoite, S.A., Singh, A.K., Kinetic and mechanistic study of micellar effect of hydrolytic reaction of di-2-methoxy-4-nitroaniline phosphate, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 2016.

9.  Yadav, H., Bhoite, S.A., Singh, A.K., Effect of Surfactants on Hydrolysis of Mono-N-ethyl-o-toluidine PhosphateTenside Surfactants Detergents  53, 182–194 (2016).

10.  Asthana, A., Verma, R., Singh, A.K., Susan M.A.B.H., Novel Glycine functionalized magnetic nano-particle entrapped calcium alginate beads for effective  removal of lead, Microchemical journal ,130, 168-178 (2016).

11.  Akter M., Satter S. S., Singh, A.K., Rahman M. M., Mollah M. Y. A., Susan M.A.B.H., Hydrophilic ionic liquid- assisted control of the size and morphology of ZnO nanoparticles prepared by a chemical precipitation method, RSC advances, 6 ,92040- 47 (2016),.

12.  Singh, A.K., Sen N., Chatterjee S.K., Oxidative degradation of norfloxacin by water soluble colloidal MnO2 in the presence of cationic surfactant, Indian journal of chemistry, 55A, 1059-1067 (2016).

13.  Asthana A., Verma R., Singh, A.K., Susan M.A.B.H., Adhikari R., Silver nanoparticle entrapped calcium alginate beads for Fe(II) removal via  adsorption. Macromol. Symp. 366, 42-51 (2016).

14.  Jain B., Singh, A.K., Sharma V.K., Degradation of napthylazo anionic dye by fenton and fenton like processes: a comparative study with fast sulphon black- F. Desalination and water treatment, 1455, 1-5 (2016).

15.  Tiwari, A., Barna Pal., Gold nanoparticles encapsulated alginate microspheres as an adsorbent for the seoparation of Mn (II) Ions from the aqueous solutions, Advanced physics Letter, 3, 30-35 (2016).

16.  Taunk P.B., Das R., Bisen D.P., Tamarakar R.K., Rathor N., Synthesis and strurctural characterization of lead oxide, International journal of advanced research in science and engineering, 4, 1-5 (2016).

17.   Singh, A.K., Sen N., Chatterjee S.K., Susan M.A.B.H., Kinetic study of Oxidation of Paracetamol by water soluble colloidal MnO2 in the presence of an anionic surfactant, Colloid and polymer science, (2016).

18.  Sachdev N., Singh, A.K.,Shrivastava A., Ktare Y. Kinetic and mechanistic investigation of chlorocomplex of Ru(III) and Ir(III) catalysed oxidation of D-M fructose by N- bromophthalimide in acidic medium, Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, 20, S357-S375 (2016).


Year – 2015

19.  Asthana A., Singh, A.K., Pandey, G.P., Deshmukh, L., Prasad, S., Development of surfactant assisted kinetic method for trace determination of thallium in environmental samples. Microchemical Journal, 118, 150-157 (2015).

20.  Tiwari, A., Barna Pal., A Brief Review on the Application of Gold Nanoparticles as Sensors in Multi Dimensional Aspects IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT) 01-07, 1 ( 4) (2016).

21.  Asthana A., Pandey, G.P., Deshmukh, L., Singh, A.K., Determination of Dicofol in various environmental samples by spectrophotometric method, using chromogenic reagents. Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal, Organic and Non Metal Chemistry 45, 1199-(7) (2015).

22.  Tiwari, A., Kathane, P. Adsorption of Cu2 ions onto Polyvinyl alcohol-Alginate bound Nano Magnetite Microspheres: A Kinetic and Thermodynamic Study International Research Journal of Environment Sciences 12-21, 4(4) (2015).

23.  Tiwari, A., Sharma N., Nanomagnetite-loaded poly (acrylamide-co-Itaconic acid) hydrogel as adsorbent for effective removal of Mn2 from contaminated water Desalination and Water Treatment 1-18 (2015).

24.  Tiwari, A., Sharma N., Nano ZnO-loaded poly (acrylamide-co-Itaconic acid) hydrogel as adsorbent for effective removal of iron from contaminated water Desalination and Water Treatment 1-14 (2015).

25.  Singh, A.K., Sen, N., Chatterjee, S.K., Micelle catalyzed oxidative degradation of paracetamol by water soluble colloidal MnO2 in acidic medium. Tenside Surfactants Detergents (2015).

26.  Yadav, H., Bhoite, S.A., Singh, A.K., Effect of Surfactants on Hydrolysis of Mono-N-ethyl-o-toluidine Phosphate, Tenside Surfactants Detergents (2015).

27.  Thool, G.S., Arunkumari M, Singh, A.K., Singh, S.P., Shape tunable synthesis of Eu and Sm doped ZnO microstructures: a morphological Evaluation, Bulletin of Materials Science 38, 1519-1525 (2015).

28.  Thool, G.S., Sraveen, K., Singh, A.K., Pal, U., Singh, S.P., Cowrie-Shell Architectures: Low Temperature Growth of Ni Doped CdS Film. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 649,553-558. (2015).

29.  Singh, A.K., Deo, S.R., Deshmukh, L., Susan, M.A.B.H., Metal chalcogenide nanocrystalline solid thin films. Journal of Electronic Materials 44, 4098-4127 (2015).

30.  Singh, A.K., Deo, S.R., Deshmukh, L., Paliwal, L.J., Singh, R.S., Studies on structural, morphological and optical behavior of chemically deposited Cd0.5Pb0.5S thin films. Optik - International Journal for Light and Electron Optics 126, 2311-2317 (2015).

31.  Jain, B., Singh, A.K., Negi, R., Mechanistic study of [RuCl3(H2O)2OH]catalyzed oxidation of l-leucine by acidic N- Bromophthalimide. Journal of the Iranian Chemical Society 12, 1717-1728 (2015).

32.  Khan, A.A.P., Khan, A., Asiri, A.M., Singh, A.K., Homogenous catalysis of Ru(III) for the oxidation of Thiamine by ChloramineT in acidic medium. International J.  Electrochem. Sci. 10, 759-774 (2015).

33.  Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, S., Singh, R.S., Singh, A.K., Synthesis and Characterization of Cerium doped CdZnS nanoparticles. Indian Journal of Physics 89, 1153-1159 (2015).

34.  Shrivastava, R., Shrivastava, S., Singh, R.S., Singh, A.K., Characterization of CdZnS Thin Film Grown by Using Different Capping Agents. Materials Research Express 2, 03640146, 570-582 (2015).

35.  Mehra, S., Singh, A.K., Thool, G.S., Synthesis, morphological and Optical Properties of Nanocrystalline Solid CuxS Thin Films. Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal-Organic, and Nano-Metal Chemistry (2015).

36.  Sachdev, N., Singh, A.K., Shrivastava, A., Katre, Y., Parwaz, A.A., Mechanistic study of novel oxidation of D-arabinose by N-bromophthalimide in presence of using micro-amount of chloro-complex of Ru(III)  as a homogeneous catalyst. Arabian Journal of Chemistry (2015).

37.  Pandey, G.P., Singh, A.K., Deshmukh, L., Prasad, S., Development of surfactant assisted kinetic method for trace determination of thallium in environmental samples. Microchemical Journal 118, 150–157 (2015).

38.  Singh, A.K., Thool, G.S., Singh, S.P., Cu-implanted ZnO nanorods array film: An aqueous synthetic approach. Journal of Alloys and Compounds 618, 421–427 (2015).

39.  Rathod N., Taunk P., Synthesis and Optical Properties of Chemical Bath deposited ZnO thin film Karbala International Journal of Modern Science 1, 159-165 (2015).

40.  Rathod N., Taunk P., Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Lead Oxide International Journal of Advance Research in Science & Eng. 4 (1), 1-5 (2015).

41.  Rathod N., Taunk P., Optical Properties of Chemical Bath Deposited Pb(OH)2 Thin Film Advance Physics Letter. 2 (4), 23-26 (2015).

42.  Rathod N., Taunk P., Refractive Index and Extinction Coefficient of Chemical Bath Deposited Pb(OH)2 Advance Physics Letter l. 2 (4), 19-22 (2015).

43.  Deo S.R., Singh, A.K., Deshmukh L.,Paliwal L.J., Singh R.S., Studies on structural, morphological and optical behavior of chemically deposited Cd0.5Pb0.5S thin films, Optik, 126, 2311-2317 (2015).

44.  Gupta N., Pillai A.K., Parmar P. Spectrophotometric determination of trace carbryl in water and grain samples by inhibition of Rhodamine – B oxidation, Spectro chimica acta part A : Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy,19, 471- 476 (2015).

45.  Lautre H.K., Hadda T.B., Das S., Pillai A.K., Biological evaluation of inhibitors of reverse transcriptase from HIV type-I, Current chemistry letters, 4 (2015).

46.   Deo S.R., Singh, A.K., Deshmukh L.,Paliwal L.J., Gupta A., Structural, morphological and optical studies on chemically deposited nanaocrystalline Gd dopped Cd0.5Zn0.5Se thin films, Optical and quantum electronics,47, 2189-2198 (2015).

Year – 2014

47.  Singh, A. K. Pandey, G. P., Deshmukh, L., Prasad, S., Paliwal, L. J., Asthana, A. and Mathew, S. B. A novel and sensitive kinetic method for the determination of malathion using chromogenic reagent, Microchemical Journal 113, 83–89 (2014).

48.  Singh, A. K., Thool, G. S., Bangal, P. R., Madhavendra, S. S. and Singh, S. P., Low temperature Mn doped ZnO nanorod array: Synthesis and its photoluminescence Behavior, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53, 9383–9390 (2014).

49.  Mehara, S. and Singh, A. K., Synthesis and Optical properties of Nanocrystalline copper selenide thin films, CSVTU Research journal 7, 86-91(2014).

50.  Thool, G. S., Singh, A. K., Singh, R. S., Gupta, A. and Susan, M. A. B. H. Facile synthesis of flat crystal ZnO thin films by solution growth method: A micro-Structural investigation, Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 18, 712-721 (2014).

51.  Deo, S. R., Singh, A. K., Deshmukh, L., Paliwal, L. J., Singh,  R. S., Gupta, A. Structural, Morphological and Optical Studies on Chemically Deposited Nanocrystalline  CdZnSe Thin Films,  Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 18, 327-339 (2014).

52.  Bairagi, B., Bhoite, S.A. and Singh, A. K., Micellar effect on hydrolysis of 4-methyl-2-nitroaniline phosphate, Colloid Journal 76, 765-773 (2014).

53.  Tripathi, K., Katre, Y. and Singh, A. K., Kinetics of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide catalysed oxidation of Cyclopentanone by NBP in acidic medium, Tenside Surfactants Detergents 51, 146–155 (2014).

54.  Shukla, S., Kashyap, A. and Kashyap, A. Thermal studies of New Cu(II) Amino Acid Complex, Research journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and chemical sciences, 5(3) 1654-1659 (2014).

55.  Pandey, G., Singh, A. K., Deshmukh, L., Prasad, S., Paliwal, L. J., Asthana, A. A novel and sensitive kinetic method for the determination of malathion using chromogenic reagent, Micro chemical Journal 113 83-89 (2014).

56.  Tiwari, A., Bind, A. Effective removal of pesticide (Dichlorvos) by adsorption onto super paramagnetic poly ( Styrene-co-acrylic acid) hydrogel from water, International Research Journal of Environmental Science, ISCA 3 (11), 44-46 (2014).

57.  Tiwari, A., Bind, A. Adsorption of Pesticide (Captan) super Paramagnetic Poly (Styrene-co-acrylic acid) Hydrogel from Aqueous Solution using Batch and Column Studies, Analytical Chemistry Letters 4 (4) 267-278 (2014).

58.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N. Kinetics and Thermodynamic Studies of Zn2 adsorption onto Super Paramagnetic Poly (Styrene-co-acrylic acid) Hydrogel, Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal –Organic and Nano-Metal Chemistry 46, 608-616 (2014).

59.  Tiwari, A., Soni, A. Removal of Malachite Green from aqueous solution using nano iron oxide loaded alginate microspheres : Batch and Column studies, Research on Chemial Intermediates  40, 913-930 (2014).

60.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N., Nano iron oxide loaded poly (acrylonitrile-co-acrylic acid) hydrogel applied as novel adsorbent for effective removal of toxic Cd2 ion usin g fixed-bed micro column technology, Journal of chemical sciences, 4(9), 88-100 (2014).

61.  Singh, A. K., Bano S., Mechanistic aspect for the oxidation of brilliant green dye by chloromine T in the peresence of perchloric acid: A spectrophotometric kinetic approach, Research on chemical intermediates, 40, 605-617 (2014).

62.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N., Effective removal of Cu2 ion from aqueous solution in fixed-bed micro column using nano magnetite- loaded poly (acrylonitrile-co-maleic acid) hydrogel as adsorbent, Desalination and water treatment, 1-14 , (2014).

63.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N., Assessment of  Pb2 ions removal efficiency of nano magnetite- loaded poly (acrylonitrile-co-acrylic acid) hydrogel in fixed-bed micro column from aqueous solution, Desalination and water treatment, 1-12, (2014).

64.  Lautre H.K., Patil K., Youssouffi H., Hadda T.B., Das S., Bose P., Pillai A.K., Synthesis and biological evaluation of cholrthalidone Schiff base and their metal complexes as inhibitors of dihydrofolate reductase of Pneumocystis carinii, Der pharma chemica, 63, 78-88 (2014).

65.  Lautre H.K., Patil K., Youssouffi H., Hadda T.B., Das S., Bose P., Pillai A.K, Singh R., Kulshrestha K., Sinha C.P., Synthesis and biological evaluation of metal complexes derived from 3-methyl-N-hydroxybenzamidnie as potent inhibitors of thymidylate kinase from Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, World journal pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences, 3, 1564-1583 (2014).

66.  Singh, A. K., Mehra S., Thool G.S., Structural and optical properties of Nanocrystalline CuxS solid tyhin films, Austin chemical engineering, 1 (2014).

Year – 2013

67.  Shrivastava, R., Singh, R. S. and Singh, A. K., Optical Characterization of the (Cd-Zn)S:CdCl2 Thin Film Deposited by CBD Method, International Journal of Advancements in Research & Technology  2, 152-158 (2013).

68.  Pandey, G. P., Singh, A. K., Deshmukh, L., Asthana, A. and  Deo, S. R. Photocatalytic degradation of an azo dye with ZnO nanoparticles AIP Conference Proceedings, 1536, 243-244 (2013). 

69.  Deo, S. R. Singh, A. K., Deshmukh, L. and Pandey, G. Effect of Annealing on Structural & Optical Behavior of Nanocrystalline Cd0.5Zn0.5S Thin Films AIP Conference Proceedings 1536, 251-252 (2013).

70.  Katre, Y.,  Goyal, N., Sharma, R. and Singh, A. K., Influence of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide/sodium dodecylsulphate micelles on the oxidation of L-ariginine by N-bromophthalimide in presence of HClO4.  Indian Journal of Chemistry :A 52A, 732-738 (2013).

71.  Katre, Y.,  Goel, N., Singh, A. K., Impact of Micelle media on the kinetics of Oxidation of L-Lysine (An  essential amino acids ) by N-bromopthalimide. Journal of Dispersion Science and  Technology 34, 1421-1428 (2013).

72.  Singh, A. K., Mehra, S. and Thool, G. S., Synthesis of Copper Sulphide (CuS) Thin Film by Chemical Bath Deposition Method and Its Characterization. European Chemical Bulletin   2, 518-523 (2013).

73.  Singh, A. K., Singh, V., Surya, A., Singh, P. and Singh, B. Kinetics and mechanism of Aquachlororuthenium (III) catalyzed oxidation of tartaric acid by acid bromated. The Open Catalysis Journal  6, 8-16 (2013).

74.  Katre, Y., Goyal, N., Sharma, R. and Singh, A. K., Oxidation behavior of L-threonine by N-bromophthalimide in micellar system of  CTAB, Journal of The Chilean Chemical Society 58, 1524-1529 (2013).

75.  Upadhyay, K., Asthana, A., Tiwari, N. and Mathew, S. B. Determination of nimesulide in pharmaceutical and biological samples by a spectrophotometric method assisted with the partial least square method, Research on Chemical Intermediates 39(8), 3553-3563 (2013).

76.  Shukla, S., Kashyap, A. and Kashyap, A. Spectroscopic and thermal studies of copper (II) complexes with different amino acid. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research 5(9), 142-145 (2013).

77.  Shukla, S., Kashyap, A. and Kashyap, A. Synthesis Spectroscopic and thermal investigation of new Nickle (II) Amino Acid Complexes. Research journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and chemical sciences 4 (4), 719-723 (2013).

78.  Tiwari, N., Asthana, A. and Upadhyay, K. A sensitive spectrophotometric determination of atrazine in micellar medium and its application in environmental samples. Research on chemical Intermediates 39 (6), 2867-2879 (2013).

79.  Upadhyay, K., Asthana, A. and Tiwari, N. Sensitive and selective methods for determination of antipsychotic drug olanzapine in pharmaceuticals. Research on Chemical Intermediates, 39 (6), 2629-2640 (2013).

80.  Upadhyay, K., Asthana, A.  and Tiwari, N. Spectrophotometric analysis of trichloroethylene in various environmental and biological samples. Research on Chemical Intermediates 39 (8), 3867-3875 (2013).

81.  Pandey, G., Singh, A. K., Deshmukh, L., Asthana, A. and Deo, S. R. Photocatalytic degradation of an azo dye with ZnO nanoparticles. American Institute of Physics AIP conference proceedings 1536, 243-244 (2013).

82.  Tiwari, A., Dhiwar, C. Nano Iron oxide encapsulated Chitosan microspheres as novel adsorbent for removal of Ni (II) ions from aqueous solution. Research on Chemial Intermediates 39, 2989-3009 (2013).

83.  Tiwari, A., Kathane, P. Super paramagnetic PVA–alginate microspheres as adsorbent for Cu 2 ions removal from aqueous systems. International Research Journal of Environmental Sciences ISCA, 2 (7), 44-53 (2013).

84.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N. Efficiency of superparamagnetic nano iron oxide loaded poly  (acrylamide-co-maleic acid) hydrogel in uptaking Cu2 ions from water. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 34, 1437-1446 (2013).

85.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N. Adsorption of Hg ions onto super paramagnetic poly (acrylamide- co- crotonic acid) hydrogel: Kinetic and thermodynamic studies, Analytical Chemistry Letters 3 (4), 249-263 (2013).

86.  Singh, A. K., Deo S.R., Deshmukh L., Pandey G.P., Singh R.S., Gupta A., Growth and characterization of nanocrystalline CdSe thin solid films, Res Chem Intermed, (2013).

87.  Shukla S., Kashyap A., Kashyap A., Synthesis characterization thermal studies on Cu (II) amino acid Complexes, Research journal of pharmaceutical, Biological and chemical sciences, 4, 719-723 (2013).

88.  Parakudyil A.S.,Michael K.M., Pillai A.K., Supported liquid membrane separation of Chromium (VI) from effluents, Journal of membrane and separation technology, 2, 184-190 (2013).

89.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N., Kinetic and thermodynamic studies of adsorption of Cd2 by Superparamagnetic nano iron oxide loaded poly(acrylonitrile-co-acrylic acid) hydrogel, Res chem. Intermed, 41, 2043-2062 (2013).

Year – 2012

90.  Katre, Y., Mudliar, S. R., Joshi, G. K. and Singh, A. K. Catalytic effect of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide on the oxidation of Oxalic  acid  by N-Bromophthalimide in Acidic medium, Journal of Dispersion Science  and Technology 33, 1038-1045 (2012).

91.  Y. R. Katre,  Tripathi K., Singh A K., Micelle catalysed oxidation of 4-Methyl, 2-Pentanone by NBP in the presence of acetic acid, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 33, 447-456 (2012).

92.  Katre, Y. R., Nayak, S., Joshi, G. K. and Singh, A. K., Kinetic Study of Oxidation of Galactose by N- Bromophthalimide in the presence of cationic micelle in acidic medium, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 179-193 (2012).

93.  Tripathi, K., Katre, Y. R. and Singh, A. K. Influence of cationic micelle on the oxidation of acetaldehyde by N-bromophthalimide, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 33, 863-870 (2012).

94.  Srivastava, A., Singh, A. K., Sachdeva,  N., Srivastava, D. R., Katre, Y. R. Micellar effect on kinetic  assessment of the oxidative degradation of Norfloxacin by chloramine-T, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 33, 1752-1761 (2012).

95.  Singh, A. K., Thool, G. S., Deo, S. R., Singh, R. S., Gupta, A. Synthesis and effect of post-deposition thermal annealing on morphological and optical properties of ZnO thin film, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 2041-2049 (2012).

96.  Srivastava, A., Singh, A. K., Sachdeva,  N., Srivastava, D. R., Katre, Y. R., Singh, S. P., Singh, M. and  Mejuto, J. C. Micelle catalyzed oxidative degradation of norfloxacin by chloramine-T, Journal Molecular Catalyst A: Chemical 361, 1-11 (2012).

97.  Katre, Y.R., Singh, M. and Singh, A. K., Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation reaction of lactose by N-bromophthalimide: Micelles used as a catalyst, Colliod Journal 74, 391-400 (2012).

98.  Singh, A. K., Sachdeva, N., Srivastava,  A., Jain, B., Katre,  Y.R. Oxidation of D-Glucose by NBP in the presence of chlorocomplex of Ir(III): A Kinetic and mechanistic study, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 507-521 (2012).

99.  Singh, A. K. and Bano, S. Mechanistic aspects for the oxidation of brilliant green dye by chloramine-T in presence of perchloric acid: A spectrophotometric kinetic approach, Research on Chemical Intermediates 40, 605-617 (2012).

100.  Tiwari A., and Asthana, A. A Catalytic kinetic Spectrophotometric determination of organophosphorus pestisides in vegetable Samples, Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society 23 (2), 322-327 (2012).

101.  Upadhyay, K., Asthana, A. and Tiwari, N. Solid phase extractive Spectrophotometric determination of some sulfa drugs, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 5 (2), 222-226 (2012).

102.  Tiwari, A., Soni, A. Nano particles loaded alginate beads as potential adsorbent  for removal of Phenol from aqueous solution, Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal- Organic and Nano Metal Chemistry 42, 1158- 1166 (2012).

103.  Tiwari, A., Soni, A. Adsorption of Nitro Phenol onto nano iron oxide and alginate microspheres: Batch and Column studies, African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry 6 (12), 161-173 (2012).

104.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N. Efficiency of super paramagnetic Nano Iron oxide loaded Poly (Acylamide–co- Acrylic acid) hydrogel in uptaking Pb2 ions from water, International Research Journal of Environmental Science, ISCA 1(5), 6-13 (2012).

105.  Katre, Y., Mudliar, S. R., Joshi, G. K. and Singh, A. K. Catalytic effect of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide on the oxidation of Oxalic  acid  by N-Bromophthalimide in Acidic medium, Journal of Dispersion Science  and Technology 33, 1038-1045 (2012).

106.  Katre Y. R.,  Tripathi K., Singh A. K., Micelle catalysed oxidation of 4-Methyl, 2-Pentanone by NBP in the presence of acetic acid, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 33, 447-456 (2012).

107.  Katre, Y. R., Nayak, S., Joshi, G. K. and Singh, A. K., Kinetic Study of Oxidation of Galactose by N- Bromophthalimide in the presence of cationic micelle in acidic medium, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 179-193 (2012).

108.  Tripathi, K., Katre, Y. R. and Singh, A. K. Influence of cationic micelle on the oxidation of acetaldehyde by N-bromophthalimide, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, 33, 863-870 (2012).

109.  Srivastava, A., Singh, A. K., Sachdeva,  N., Srivastava, D. R., Katre, Y. R. Micellar effect on kinetic  assessment of the oxidative degradation of Norfloxacin by chloramine-T, Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 33, 1752-1761 (2012).

110.  Singh, A. K., Thool, G. S., Deo, S. R., Singh, R. S., Gupta, A. Synthesis and effect of post-deposition thermal annealing on morphological and optical properties of ZnO thin film, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 2041-2049 (2012).

111.  Srivastava, A., Singh, A. K., Sachdeva,  N., Srivastava, D. R., Katre, Y. R., Singh, S. P., Singh, M. and  Mejuto, J. C. Micelle catalyzed oxidative degradation of norfloxacin by chloramine-T, Journal Molecular Catalyst A: Chemical 361, 1-11 (2012).

112.  Katre, Y.R., Singh, M. and Singh, A. K., Kinetics and mechanism of oxidation reaction of lactose by N-bromophthalimide: Micelles used as a catalyst, Colliod Journal 74, 391-400 (2012).

113.  Singh, A. K., Sachdeva, N., Srivastava,  A., Jain, B., Katre,  Y.R. Oxidation of D-Glucose by NBP in the presence of chlorocomplex of Ir(III): A Kinetic and mechanistic study, Research on Chemical Intermediates 38, 507-521 (2012).

114.  Singh, A. K. and Bano, S. Mechanistic aspects for the oxidation of brilliant green dye by chloramine-T in presence of perchloric acid: A spectrophotometric kinetic approach, Research on Chemical Intermediates 40, 605-617 (2012).

115.  Tiwari, A. and Asthana, A. A Catalytic kinetic Spectrophotometric determination of organophosphorus pestisides in vegetable Samples, Journal of the Brazilian Chemical Society 23 (2), 322-327 (2012).

116.  Upadhyay, K., Asthana, A. and Tiwari, N. Solid phase extractive Spectrophotometric determination of some sulfa drugs, Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research 5 (2), 222-226 (2012).

117.  Tiwari, A., Soni, A. Nano particles loaded alginate beads as potential adsorbent  for removal of Phenol from aqueous solution, Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal- Organic and Nano Metal Chemistry 42, 1158- 1166 (2012).

118.  Tiwari, A., Soni, A. Adsorption of Nitro Phenol onto nano iron oxide and alginate microspheres: Batch and Column studies, African Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry 6 (12), 161-173 (2012).

119.  Tiwari, A., Sharma, N. Efficiency of super paramagnetic Nano Iron oxide loaded Poly (Acylamide–co- Acrylic acid) hydrogel in uptaking Pb2 ions from water, International Research Journal of Environmental Science, ISCA 1(5), 6-13 (2012).

120.  Katre Y., Goyal N., Singh, A. K., Impact of micelle media on the kinetics of oxidation of L-Lysine ( an essential amino acid ) by N- Bromophthalimide, Journal of dispersion science and technology, 34, 1-9 (2012).

121.  Dhiwar C., Tiwari A., Bajpai A.K., Nani iron oxide encapsulated chitosan microspheres as novel adsorbent for removal of Ni (II) ions from aqueous solution, Research on chemical intermediates,  (2012).

122.  Katre Y., Nayak S., Sharma D.N., Singh, A. K., Kinetic study of oxidation of N-Bromophthalimide in the presence of cationic micelle in acidic medium, Res Chem Intermed, 38,  179-193 (2012).

 

Year – 2011

123.  Asthana, A. Spectrophotometric determination of lumivudine in pharmaceutical products and biological Samples. 978-93, 1-5 (2011).

124.  Dewangan, T. and Tiwari, A. Removal of Chromium (VI) ions by adsorption onto binary biopolymeric beads of Sodium alginate and Carboxymethyl cellulose. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 32, 1075-1082 (2011).

125.  Dhiwar, C.,Tiwari, A. Adsorption of Chromium onto composite microspheres of Chitosan and nano- iron oxide. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 32, 1661-1667 (2011).

126.  Rathod, N. and Sar, S. Micellar Properties of Alkyltrimethyl ammonium bromide in aquo-organic solvent media. Research journal of Chemical Science 1 (4), 22-29 (2011).

127.  Pillai, A., Mathew, S.B. and Sebastian, A. Sensitive spectrophotometric determination of thalium(I) using rhodamine B hydrazide in micellar medium. Analytical methods 3, 1546 (2011).

128.  Pillai, A. and Sebastian, A. Direct and selective spectrophotometric method for the determination of vanadium in steel, environmental and biological samples. Spectrochimica Acta Part A 81, 774-777 (2011).

129.  Mathew, S.B. Direct and selective spectrophotometric method for the determination of vanadium in steel, environmental and biological samples. Spectrochemica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 81 (2011).

130.  Singh, A. K. Synthesis and characterization of chemically deposited nanocrystalline CdSe thin film. Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal-Organic, and Nano-Metal Chemistry 41, 1346-1350 (2011).

131.  Singh, A. K. Pd(II) catalyzed oxidative degradation of paracetamol by chloramine-T in acidic and  alkaline media. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res 50, 8407-8419 (2011).

132.  Katre, Y.R. Joshi, G, K. and Singh, A. K. Effect of anionic surfactant on the oxidation of DL-aspartic acid by N- bromophthalimide: A kinetic study. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology 32, 1434-1444 (2011). 

133.  Katre, Y., Singh, M., Singh, A. K. Influence of cetyltrimethylammonium bromide/sodium dodecylsulfate  micelles on the oxidation of D-fructose by N-bromophthalimide in presence of  sulfuric  acid: a  kinetic study. Oxidation Communications 34, 273-291 (2011).

134.  Katre, Y., Singh, M., Singh, A. K. Kinetics and Mechanism of Cetyltrimethylammonium Bromide Catalyzed N-Bromosuccinimide Oxidation of D-Mannose in Acidic Medium. Journal of DispersionScience and Technology 32, 903-912 (2011). 

135.  Katre, Y., Tripathi, K., Joshi, G. K. and Singh, A. K. Micellar Effect upon Kinetics of Oxidation of Acetophenone by N- Bromophthalimide in Aqueous Acetic acid medium. Journal of  Dispersion Science and Technology 32, 341-351 (2011).

136.  Singh, R.S., Bhushan, S., Singh, A. K. and Deo, S.R. Characterization and optical studies of CdSe Nanocrystalline thin films. Digest Journal  of Nanomaterials and Biostructures 6 433-442 (2011).

137.  Katre, Y. R., Goel, N. and Singh, A. K. Effect of CTAB micelle on the oxidation of L-Leucine by N- Bromophthalimide: A kinetic study. Zeitschrift f�r Physikalische Chemie 225 1-19 (2011). 

138.  Katre, Y R., Singh, M., Singh, A. K. An efficient and mild procedure for the preparation of aldonic acids via oxidation of  D-sucrose by employing N-bromophthalimide oxidant and micellar system. Tenside Surfactants Detergents 48, 1-9 (2011).


Conferences/ Seminars/ Workshops/ Organized

Year

Topic

Funding agency

Date

2016

International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Engineering

Self financed

15-16thJan

2016

2015

Workshop    on   Green    Chemistry   and    its   Future Prospects

UGC

30th Nov

2015

2014

Instrument Training Workshop

 

21-22 Jan

2014

2011

National Seminar on Recent Trends in Chemical Science and Future Prospects

UGC

11-12th Oct

2011


International Conference on Recent Trends in Science and Engineering

With an aim to provide a platform for Students, Engineers, Researchers and Scientists to share knowledge and ideas in recent trends in the field of Science and Engineering, an interdisciplinary conference ICRTSE 2015 involving Chemistry and Physics department was organized on 15th& 16th January, 2015. The conference was inaugurated by Shri K.Subramanium (IFS), Additional Chief Conservator, Forest, Govt. of Chhattisgarh. Dr.N.B.Singh from Research and Technology Development Centre, Sharda University, Greater Noida was the Keynote Speaker. He spoke on Nano materials and their applications. Dr. S. J. Dhoble, Department of Physics, RTM, Nagpur University, Nagpur gave a talk on Synthesis of high sensitive phosphors for thermo luminescence dosimetry. Dr. Sreekantha B. Jonnalagadda, School of Chemistry & Physics, University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa gave a talk on Green chemistry of ozone and aops in water treatment and value added conversions. Dr. Rameshwar Adhikari, Central Department of Chemistry, Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu spoke on Flexible nanocomposites and blends based on styrenic block copolymers. Md. Abu Bin Hasan Susan, Department of Chemistry, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh spoke on Water in oil micro-emulsions as nano- reactors for preparation of polymer nanocomposites with tunable optical and anti bacterial properties. Dr.A.K. Bajpai, Bose Memorial Research Laboratory, Department of Chemistry, Govt. Autonomous Science College, Jabalpur (MP) spoke on Macromolecular Nanomaterials: Intelligent Architectures to Treat Complex diseases. The conference was concluded by words of encouragement by the Chief guest Dr. N.P. Dixit, Vice Chancellor, Durg University.


Green Chemistry and its Future Prospects

To create an awareness of sustainable development, emphasis is on Green Chemistry. As a part of this program, the Chemistry Department with the support of UGC, organized a workshop on "Green Chemistry and its Future Prospects" on30th November, 2015. Dr. R.K. Sharma, Prof. Delhi University and Chairman, North India Zone, Royal Society of Chemistry, London was the Chief Guest. He delivered a talk on development without destroying the environment. Dr. A. P. Mishra, Head, Department of Chemistry, Sagar University gave an informative talk on microwave technique based research. In his concluding remarks, Dr. N.P Dixit, Vice-Chancellor, Durg University spoke on generation of green house gases during activities in daily life.


National Seminar on Recent Trends in Chemical Science and Future Prospects

In the International Year of Chemistry 2011, Chemistry department organized a national seminar sponsored by UGC, Bhopal and supported by CCOST, Raipur entitled "Recent Trends in Chemical Science and Future Prospect" on11th and12th October, 2011. The seminar offered a platform for discussing some of the frontier areas of research like nano and green chemistry, kinetics and catalysis, material science, etc. Resource persons present on the occasion were:

Prof. Alok Srivastava, Panjab University, Chandigarh, Prof. O. P. Yadav, Ethiopia, Dr. Sharad Bajpai, Bilaspur, Prof. Rama Pandey, Pt.R.S. University Raipur, Prof. A. P. Mishra, Sagar University.


Guest Lectures

S.No

Guest

Topic

Date

1.

Prof. N. B. Singh, V.C. of Sharda University, Delhi

Imperfections in crystal: Point defects

16.01. 2017

2.

Dr. J. S. Yadav, Bhatnagar Awardee, Hyderabad

Chemistry for sustainable development

 06.04.2016

3.

Dr. P.S. Kalsi, Ludhiana University

Stereochemistry

08/03/2016

 4.

 Dr.N.B.Singh (Emiritus Fellow),ShardaUniversity,NOIDA

Renewable &non renewable sources of energy

 23/10/2016

 5.

 Dr.K.H.Chikalia,Professor,GujratUniversity,Ahmedabad

Reaction mechanism

 23/10/2016

6.

Dr. Ali Mohammed,Professor(Retd.)Aligarh Muslim University,Aligarh

Separation Techniques

 26/10/2016

 7.

 DrA.K.Singh, Professor, IIT,Mumbai

Photochemical aspects of vision

 26/10/2016

8.

Dr. P. S. Kalsi,

Stereo Chemistry of Organic molecules

 08.03.2016

9.

Dr.    Rajnikant    Sharma    (Alumni    member),    Senior Scientist, CWC Nagpur

Big research- better writing

 11/02/2015

 10.

 Dr. A. P. Mishra, Sagar University

Green Synthesis

 30.09.2015

 11.

Dr.    H.N.    DubeyDist.    Co-ordinator    Pt.    SundarLal SharmaVishwavidyalaya

Co-ordination Chemistry

 24/09/2015

 12.

Prof. Dinesh Varshney , Devi AhilyaBai University Indore

 Material Science

 07/11/2015

 13.

 Technical       Engineer      on      AAS      and      UV-Vis Spectrophotometric analysis

Instrument training workshop

 21/01/2014

 14.

 Dr. N.P. Singh, Allahabad University

Bent rule and Walsh Diagram (Group Theory)

 24/10/2013

 15.

Dr.   HemlataMahobey,    Rtd.   Principal    and   Subject Expert,Chemistry

Mass Spectroscopy

 05/09/2013

16.

 Shri K. Subramanyam (Faculty Chemistry), Chief Conservative Forest and Narcotics and Controller

Medicinal Plants and Narcotic Drugs

 25/09/2013

 17.

 Dr. R.N. Prasad, Professor, Chem. Dept., Rajasthan University, Jaipur

Transition Metal Complexes and Group Theory

 10/09/2012

 18.

 Prof. GulshanRelhan from BARC, Mumbai

Analytical techniques

 16/02/2012

 19.

 V.P. Maithil, Forensic Scientist Director, Chhattisgarh State

Role of Chemistry in Forensic Science

 08/09/2012


Invited Talks

Dr. J. S. Yadav, (Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Awardee)


J.C. Bose fellow and former Director. of IICT, Hyderabad delivered an enlightening and very informative invited talk on “Chemistry for Sustainable Development”


Dr. N. B. Singh


Emiritus Fellow, Chemistry Department, ShardaUniversity,NOIDA, gave a lecture on 23/10/2016,during which he enlightened the students and faculty members of Chemistry Department on Renewable and non-renewable sources of energy in which he gave an extensive talk on solar cells and the use of nanomaterials in the manufacture of these cells. His lecture was thought provoking which encouraged the students to pursue a career in research.


Dr. K. H. Chikalia


On the same day, renowned Dr. K. H. Chikalia, Professor of Chemistry from Gujrat University, Allahabad, delivered an extensive lecture on Reaction Mechanism by taking various examples focusing on Nucleophilic substitution reaction, neighbouring group effect, kinetic, stereochemistry and effect of various parameters


Dr. A. K. Singh


On the same day, Dr. A. K. Singh,IIT Mumbai gave a lecture on Photochemical aspects of vision in which he elaborated on the chemical changes occurring in the retina during the visual activity. He also gave detailed information to the students about the Fellowships available to them to pursue research.


Dr. Ali Mohammed

On 26/10/2016,well known author Dr. Ali Mohammed, Chemistry Department, Aligarh Muslim University, gave a detailed lecture on “Separation techniques like Chromatography and detection of adulteration in food”. He focused on recent trends involved in separation of various constituents in a mixture which could be applied in the analysis of various samples while conducting research activities.


Library

In addition to books in Central library, the department has well enriched library with 2263 books including reference books, text books,journals, thesis, CDs and reading facilities. Internet facilities with related software and e-books have added dimensions to learning resource. This facility is utilized by the Post Graduate students and Research scholars.

Activities

EXTENSION ACTIVITIES

1.  Awareness programme on Beti bachao- Beti Padhao and de-addiction within college campus in Jan 2016

2.  Awareness programme on environmental pollution and importance of chemicals on daily life at Govt Hr Sec. School, Rasmada on        Jan     2016

3. Workshop on Employment & Consultancy by CIPET, Raipur in July 2016  

4. Practical training classes for Students of Sun Shine Hr.          Secondary School, Durg.

5. “NET” exam training for M.Sc. students by NET qualified research scholars in 2016

6.  Workshop on Eco-friendly Idol making in college campus in Sept. 2015

7.  Awareness programme on ill effects and remedies to    minimize the toxic chemicals at Higher Sec. School, village Kodia in Feb. 2014

8 Inspire scholarship guideline programme at Deepak Nagar school, Durg in Dec. 2013

9.  Environmental awareness programme on harmful effects of Tobacco and plastic within college campus in oct.2013

10.Environmental awareness programme on water and soil conservation at Govt. School, Purai in Jan. 2013


INDUSTRIAL VISITS

1.   Visit to CG Co-operative Milk Federation Ltd., Charoda on 10.01.2017 

2.   Visit to Sugar factory, Kawardha on 22/12/2016

3.   Visit to Science City, Raipur on 08.11.2016

4.   Visit to State Forensic Science Laboratory, Raipur on 22.04.2016

5.   Visit to Govt. Sugar Factory, Kawardha on 18.01.2016

6.   Visit to Kamal Solvent extraction plant, Rajnandgaon on 24.11.2015

7.   Visit to Bhilai Steel Plant, Bhilai on 10.02.2015

8.   Visit to Naphthalene Supreme Industry, Bhilai on 01.12.2014

9.   Visit to ABIS Milk Industry, Dongargaon on 27.11.2014

10. Visit to Cotton institute of Central Research, Nagpur on 24.03.2014

11. Visit to ABIS Soya bean Oil Plant, Rajnandgaon on 10.01.2014

12. Visit to SRT Agro Pvt. Ltd., Funda, Durg on 11.12.2013

13. Visit to Parle G Biscuit Factory, Raipur on 24.01. 2012  

14. Visit to Bhilai Steel Plant, Bhilai on 23.09.2011



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Invited Talks


Venue : Govt. V.Y.T. PG Autonomous College, Durg
Date : 23/10/2016

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Conference and Lectures


Venue : Govt. Science College Durg
Date : 07/01/2017

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Industrial Visit at a Glance


Venue : Govt. V.Y.T. PG Autonomous College, Durg
Date : 22/12/2016

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