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शासकीय नागार्जुन स्नातकोत्तर विज्ञान महाविद्यालय ,रायपुर

Government Nagarjuna Post Graduate College of Science, Raipur

Established 1948

Affiliated to Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University Raipur

  NAAC Reports   

  1. BRIEF HISTORY OF THE DEPARTMENT
  • Name of the Department   -     Chemistry
  • Year of establishment-            U.G .- 1948

                                                            P.G. - 1956

  • Name of programs offered –   U.G.  -B .Sc.

                                                            P.G. - M.Sc.

                                                            Ph .D. - chemistry

  • Examination pattern –             U.G. - Annual System

                                                            P.G. - Semester system

  • Number of teaching post sanctioned & filled-

S. No.

Name of Post

Sanctioned

Filled

1.

Professor

01

Nil

2.

Promoted Prof.

-

05

3.

Assistant Prof.

15

06

4.

Guest Faculty against Sanctioned Vacant post of Asst. Prof.

-

04

 

  • Total number of Ph.D.  Awarded - 10

                                      Ph.D. Persuing -  04

S. No.

Name of Scholar

Date of Registration

Name of Supervisor

Date of Ph.D. Award/Persuing

1.

Smt. Shailja Nigam

15.12.1998

Dr. Hemlata Mohabey

12.03.2003

2.

Vinita Raghwan

22.09.2004

Dr. S.K. Rajput

18.02.2008

3.

Pradeep Tiwari

21.07.2004

Dr. S.K. Rajput

15.10.2008

4.

Sachchidanand Bhoi

30.03.2005

Dr. S.K. Rajput

27.01.2009

5.

Aarti Sharma

07.06.2005

Dr. S.K. Rajput

18.06.2009

6.

Smt. Sonal Choubey

29.04.2008

Dr. S.K. Rajput

11.01.2011

7.

Deepti
Bansode

21.05.2008

Dr. S.K. Rajput

20.04.2012

8.

Sunita Shekhawat

08.09.2008

Dr. S.K. Rajput

22.10.2012

9.

Radha Krishnan

08.05.2008

Dr. S.K. Rajput

14.01.2013

10.

Ankita Pathak

 

 

 

11.

Anita Patel

28.07.2012

Dr. S.K. Rajput

Persuing

12.

Vandana Agrawal

28.07.2012

Dr. S.K. Chatterjee

Persuing

13.

Sonal Sharma

14.07.2013

Dr. S.K. Chatterjee

Persuing

14.

Madhurani Shukla

14.07.2013

Dr. K.K. Tiwari

Persuing

15.

Kaushlya Mannawar

11.10.2014

Dr. K. K. Tiwari

Persuing

 

  • In year 2014-15 - One research scholar Ankita Pathak is awarded Ph.D. 

           Degree on September 2014.

  • NET Qualified Faculty - 01 (Dr. Deepak Sinha)
  • Number of student      -  U.G.  -                1327   

                                                  P.G.  -                38 

  • Admin .Staff                - Technician -       04  

                                                  Non Technical - 04

  • Number of Labs           - U.G.              -    02 + 01 (Balance Room)

                                                  P.G.               -    04

                                                  Research Lab -   01

  • Number of books in Departmental  library  - Approximate -1992
  • Total Number of books written by faculty -14 (Dr. S. K. Patle)

           

S. No.

Name of Books

Class

   1.

Prabodh Rasayan

XI

2.

Yugbodh Rasayan

XI

3.

Novbodh Rasayan

XII

4.

Yugbodh Rasayan

XII

5.

Yugbodh Problems and Solutions in Chemistry

XII

6.

Novbodh Unified Chemistry

B.Sc. II

7.

Novbodh Unified Chemistry

B.Sc. III

8.

Yugbodh Rasayan

B.Sc. III

9.

Yugbodh Chemistry

B.Sc. III

10.

Prabodh Rasayan

B.Sc. III

11.

Yugbodh Rasayan CBSE

XII

12.

Navbodh Rasayan CBSE

XI

13.

Navbodh Practical Chemistry

B.Sc. I

14.

Navbodh Rasayan CBSE

XII

 

  • Total Number Journals: - 170
  • Total Abstract:- 130

 

VISION & MISSION, SWOC ANALYSIS -

      A) Vision- 1.  To increase academic efficiency of students.

                        2. To involve more of our faculty toward research activity.

    B) Mission-1. To enrich our students with adequate information for making                                      

                           them well aware about present situation and seeking job   

                           opportunities in both industries and academics.

                        2. Teaching them to use their scientific skills for betterment of                                  

                             society.

                        3. To Nurture and promote among them the lesson of integrity and              

                            co- operation.

                        4. To develop scientific practices in day today life.

                        5. To develop certificates in carrier skills needed for success in                

                            work place.

C) SWOC Analysis-

      Strength-

  1. Well experienced as well as young energetic dynamic teachers.
  2. Fifty percent of a faculty involved in research activity.
  3. Well equipped UG labs.
  4. Recognized research center.
  5. Wall academic atmosphere

 

Weakness-

  1. Maximum of students lack knowledge of their respective subjects inspite of their good academic records being belong to rural and remote areas.
  2. Lack of Permanent Faculty for smooth running of department.
  3. Inadequate Number of computers.
  4. No Wi-Fi or intercom facility in the department for teaching as well as

           Research purpose.

  1. Non availability of smart class room for students.
  2. Lack of reference books for PG students.
  3. Need of generator during power shut down.

 

Opportunity-

UGC (CPE) grant for academic growth

Challenges-

  1. To involve all our faculty members in research.
  2. To enhance NET/GATE/UPSC/PSC classes for students.
  3. Some job oriented courses should be added in M.Sc. Syllabus.

 

 

  1. ACTION PLAN FOR NEXT FIVE YEAR-
    • To develop new facilities for teaching learning of students [Digitalized].
    • To changes the curriculum according to industries.
    • Automation of library.
    • To collaborate with industries.
    • To starts NET, SET classes for PG.
    • To start one project work of 100 marks in M.Sc. IV Semester Syllabus.
    • Internet facility for the department.

Faculty-Profile

Photo

Name

Designation

Highest Qualification

Specialization

Contact Number

E-mail

Profile

 

Dr. Arun Kumar Mishra

Professor & Head

MSc, Ph.D. LLB

Inorganic

9827171173

amishranh3@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. ShipraVerma

Professor

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Inorganic

9826674810

shiprakash25@g mail.com

Resume

Dr. Shobhana Upadhayay

Professor

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Physical

9425203227

shobhanaupadhayay5768@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. S.K. Patle

Professor

M.Sc., Ph.D.

Physical

9424226611

patlesk1966@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Paresh Chandra Sharma

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Inorganic

9424217317

pareshsharma17@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Sanjay Ghosh

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Physical

7587362526

drsanjayghosh@yahoo.com

Resume

Dr. Sunita Sanwaria Singh

Asst. Prof.

M.ScM.TechPh.D

Physical, Polymer

8527547792

sanwaria.sunita@gmail.com

Resume

Dr.Deepak Sinha

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Inorganic

9425290603

drsinha333@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Anju Jha

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Analytical

8827819316

anjujha.auish@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Ravi Banjare

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Analytical

999380620

ravibanjare110@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Vinod Jena

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Physical

9617656388

jenavinod@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc. Ph.D.

Inorganic

9685153536

ssharmagr8@gmail.com

Resume

Dr. Shweta kumbhaj

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc., Ph.D., SET

Organic

8286265880

shwetav11@redifmail.com

Resume

Ku. Mitisha Baid

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc., NET

All Subject

9770993871

baidmitisha@gmail.com

Resume

Ku. Sarabjot kaur Makkad

Asst. Prof.

M.Sc., Ph.D., NET

All Subject

7875391422

sarabjot31@gmail.com

Resume

 

 

DETAILS OF NON-TECHNICAL STAFF

Photo

Name

Designation

Highest Qualification

Specialization

Contact Number

E-mail

Profile

 

JitendraBaghel

Lab Technician

M.Sc., B.Ed.

Zoology

8718849964

-

 

 

B.R. Gosai

Lab Technician

B.Sc. (CBZ)

 

9329837446

-

 

DhanusdhariSahu

Lab Technician

B.Sc.

Maths

9826137954

dhanushdharisahu6370@gmail.com

 

NarrotamKashyap

Lab Attended

M.A., SET

Hindi

9981847745

narottamkashyap@gmail.com

 

DineshwerDhruw

Lab Attended

Higher Secondary

 

9165526322

dineshwar1708@gmail.com

 

DurgaChouhan

Lab Attended

B.Sc. (CBZ)

 

9753123587

durgachouhan16@gmail.com

 

Yashwant Das

Lab Attended

B.A.

 

9407940169

-

 

 

NAME

DOB

TECH.EXPE.

Qualification

PUBLICATION

 

National

International

Dr. S. Nigam

17.04.1957

33

M.Sc. Ph.D.

--

01

Dr. K. Sharma

27.01.1961

32

M.Sc. Ph.D.

11

--

Dr. P. Chandrakar

15.01.1960

28

M.Sc. Ph.D.

02

05

Dr. S. Verma

 

29

M.Sc. Ph.D.

02

04

Dr. S. Upadhayay

15.01.1959

28

M.Sc. Ph.D.

03

--

Dr. P.C. Sharma

08.0.1966

25

M.Sc. Ph.D.

--

03

Dr. Sanjay Ghosh

18.04.1965

25

M.Sc. Ph.D.

05

06

Dr. S.K. Patle

05.12.1966

25

M.Sc. Ph.D.

01

02

Dr. K.K. Tiwari

23.05.1968

25

M.Sc. Ph.D.

02

06

Dr. Deepak Sinha

23.06.1974

07

M.Sc. Ph.D.

04

03

 

List of Publication:

S. No.

Name of Professor/ Assistant Professor

Title of Research Paper

Year of Publication

Journal Name

Volume and Page No.

1.

Dr. Sanjay Ghosh

Study of water quality index assessment of ground water and pond water    Sirsakala village of Bhilai-3, Chhattisgarh, India.

 

2013

 

 

Trans Steller, IJCEIERD, USA

 

Vol. 3 (5), pp. 63-74

2.

Dr. Sanjay Ghosh

Study of activity coefficient of Hydrochloric acid in 2-propanol-water mixture by Electromotive force measurement method.

2014

Iranian Chemical Society, Iran

Vol. 2 (1), XXX

 

3.

Dr. Sanjay Ghosh

Thermodynamic First dissociation constant of amino acid in dioxin-water mixture by potentiometric method.

2015

Internatiol Journal of Engineering Research & Techonology, ISNCESR-2015 (Conference Proceeding)

pp 38-41

4.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

The impact of fly ash on photosynthetic activity and medicinal property of plants

 

2013

Int. J. Curr. Microbiol. App. Sci.

 

2(8), 382-388

5.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Simple, Rapid and Sensitive UV-Visible  Spectrophotometric Method for Determination of Anti-depressant Amitriptyline in Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms

2013

Journal of Spectroscopy

 

 

 

doi:10.1155/2013/783457

6.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Traceability issue in PM2.5 and PM10 measurements

 

2013

 

MAPAN

 

28(3), 153-166

 

7.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Biomass burning is a major source of particulate matter in Indian cities

 

2014

Journal of Applicable Chemistry

 

3(3), 1268-1271

8.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Aerosol effective density measurement using scanning mobility paricle sizer and quartz crystal microbalance with the estimation of involved uncertainity

 

2016

Atmospheric Measurement Technique

9(3), 859

9.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Recent development on the understanding of aerosol nucleation and growth

2017

Indian Journal of Air Pollution Control

16(2), 61-75

10.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Postmonsoon evaluation of surface water with reference of statistical parameters of Korba district, Chhattisgarh, India

2017

Indian Journal of Scientific Research

13(2), 68-74

 

11.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Role of MTHFR 667 C>T Polymorphism on blood homocystein and suscep-tibility to Hypertension

 

2017

International Journal of Human Genetics,

 

17(3), 118-125

12.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

The effect of physical activity on blood homo-cystein concentration

 

2017

International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences

 

6(9), 1206-1216,

13.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Physico-chemical analysis of ground water of selected area of Raipur City

2017

Indian Journal of Scientific Research

13(1), 61-65,

 

14.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Ground water quality assess-ment by multivariate factor analysis

2017

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

21(8), 21-25,

 

15.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Label-free selective detec-tion of Ampicillin drug in human urine samples using silver nano particles as a colorimetric sensing probe

2017

New Journal of  Chemistry

 

 

41, 6685-6692,

16.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Size-segregated sugar composition of transported dust aerosols from middle-east over Delhi during March 2012

2017

Atmospheric Research

 

 

189, 24-32

17.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Physico-Chemical contamination of water in an around Central industrial areas of Bhilai, Durgdistrict C.G.

2017

Asian Journal of Chemical and Environmental Research

 

10

18.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Quantification of Antimony by Spectrophotometric and Atomic Absorption Technique in Industrial Effluent

2017

Asian Journal of Chemical and Environmental Research

 

10 (1-4), 67-72

19.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Assessment of heavy metals on environment and its impact on human health

2017

Acta Ciencia Indica

 

 

XLIII C(4), 519-526

20.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Conductometric Studies on the Thermal Effects on Micellar Solubilization of Acetazolamide – A Diuretic Drug

2017

Journal of Ravishankar University-B

 

30 (1&2), 74-77

21.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Effect of Cadmium on metabolism- A study from coal field area

2018

Journal of Applicable Chemistry

7(1), 272-275

22.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Seasonal variations in mass concentration of PM10 and PM2.5 at traffic intersection and residential sites in Raipur city

2018

Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment

22(1), 25-31

23.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Aqueous Solubility En-hancement of Spirano-lactone: Effect of Surfactant

2018

International Journal for Research in Applied Science & Engineering Technology

 

6(IV), 2922-2926

24.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Toxicity and Behavioral Changes in Freshwater Fish Tilapia Exposed to Orient Paper Mill Effluent

2018

International Journal of Creative Research Thoughts

 

6(2), 1355-1358

25.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Antibacterial Activity of Some Cinnamo Hydroxamic Acid and their Derivatives

2018

International Journal of Green and Herbal Chemistry

 

Sec. A; 7(2), 355-360

26.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Quantification of Cr (VI) by Spectrophotometric and Atomic Absorption Tech-nique in Industrial Effluent

2018

Journal of Environmental Science, Computer Science and Engineering & Technology

 

Sec. A; 7(2), 279-287

27.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Solubility Enhancement of Furosemide in Micellar Solution of Cetyl Trimethyl-ammonium Bromide

2018

European Journal of Biomedical and Pharma-ceutical Sciences

 

5(5), 792-794

28.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Studies on the Micellar Properties of Anionic Surfactant in the Absence and Presence of Spirono-lactone at Room Temp-erature

2018

International Journal of Current Advanced Research

 

 

7,4(F), 11685-11687

29.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Mass Concentration of PM2.5 During Diwali in Raipur

2018

Indian Journal of Environmental Sciences

 

22(1), 50-53

30.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Periodic Water Quality Monitoring of Ground Water in Jashpur District (C.G.) India

2018

Journal of Applicable Chemistry

 

7(3), 668-675

31.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Ambient Air Quality Status in an Industrial Area of Raipur City in the Year 2015

2018

Journal of Applicable Chemistry

 

7(3),647-653

32.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Synthesis, Characterization and Antifungal Activity of p-CH3 Benzyl and p-Cl Benzyl Cinnamo Hydro-xamic Acids

2018

International Journal of Green and Herbal Chemistry

 

 

Sec A, 7(3), 489-499

33.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

A Case Study on the Seasonal and Spatial Variations in PM10 and PM2.5 in an Urban Envi-ronment of Raipur City

 

2018

Indian Journal of Environmental Protection

 

 

38(11), 914-919

34.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Toxicity Evaluation of Metal in Groundwater of Central Industrial Area of Bhilai- Durg Twin City

2018

Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research

 

 

5(6), 553-556

35.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Interaction of Sitagliptin with Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS): A Physico-chemical study.

2018

Asian Journal of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Res

 

 

8(2), 20-23

36.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Determination of Para-cetamol in Industrial Effluents samples by the method followed spectro-photometer.

2018

Asian Journal of Biochemical and Pharmaceutical Res

 

 

8(2), 67-71

37.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Effect of Sitagliptin on micellization of Cetyl Trimethylammonium Bromide

2018

International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews

 

5(2), 1612-1615

38.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

A case study on the comparison of PM2.5 mass concentration measured by Beta Attenuation Monitor and Gravimetric Method

2018

Indian Journal of Environmental Protection

 

 

38(8), 683-686

39.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Nighttime particle growth observed during spring in New Delhi: Evidences for the aqueous phase oxidation of SO2

2018

Atmospheric Environment

188, 82-96

40.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Experimental and theoretical approaches for the selective detection of thymine in real samples using gold nanoparticles as a biochemical sensor

2018

RSC Advances

 

 

8, 24328-24337

 

41.

Dr. Deepak Sinha

Physico-Chemical analysis of drinking water quality of Bemetara town of Chhattisgarh state

2018

International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews

 

 

5(3), 171-178

42.

Dr. Anju Jha

Precipitation of Lead with Rain Water in Chhattisgarh.

2014

International Journal of Research in Chemistry and Environment

4, 145-148.

43.

Dr. Anju Jha

Spectrophotometric  Determination of Nickel (II) in Vegetable oil and Sediments ,

2016

An International Registered and Referred  Journal Research Link

XIV(11), 41-42.

44.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Composition and sources of organic tracers in aerosol particles of industrial central India,

 

2013

Atmospheric Research

120-121

45.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Chemical Properties of Drinking water in Bhilai Durg Chhattisgarh India and its impact on Human health Research

 

2014

Journal of Science and Technology

6 (2)

46.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Diurnal Study of VOCs in Raipur , Chhattisgarh.

 

2014

RJET

5 (1)

47.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Acid Value of Various Domestic Uses of Oil Research.

2015

Journal of Science and Technology

7(2)

48.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Polychlorinated Biphenyls Contamination of sludge in India.

 

2015

American Journal of Analytical Chemistry

6

49.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Contamination of Environment with Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in India.

 

2015

Journal of Environmental Protection 6

6

50.

Dr. Saroj Sharma

Ambient Volatile Organic Compounds in the atmosphere of industrial central India.

2016

Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry

 

51.

Dr. Ravi Banjare

  • Regional  and transpoted aerosols in ambient atmosphere of Raipur, India, during winter

2017

Journal of Ravishankar university-B

30(1&2), 7-17

52.

Dr. Shweta Kumbhaj

Studies in solvent extraction and supported liquid membrane for platinum recovery from chloride media by tris (2-ethylhexyl) Phosphate.

  •  

2017

Indian Chemical Engineer

61(1), 15-27

53.

Dr. Shweta Kumbhaj

Synthesis and Characterization of  a low cost flat membrane support.

 

2017

International Journal of Engineering Technology Science and Research,

4(8), 427.

54

Dr. Sarabjot Kaur Makkad

  • p-Conjugated Chromophore Incorporated Polystyrene Nanobeads as Single Optical Agent for Three Channel Fluorescent Probe in Bioimaging Application.

2017

ACS Biomaterial Science & Engineering

3, 1788−1798

55

Dr. Sarabjot Kaur Makkad

  • Surface Functionalized Fluorescent PS Nanobead based Visual Dual Distinct Sensor for the detection of Volatile Organic Compounds.

2018

Analytical Chemistry

90, 7434–7441.

 

56.

Mitisha Baid

  • Synthesis and Morphological study of Mn doped ZnS Films

2018

Materials Today: Proceedings

5, 15285-15291.

 

 

 

 

 

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EXTENSION ACTIVITY: Year 2014-15

Ø  M.Sc. Students visited “Aero-Agro Chemical Industry”, Raipur for Industrial tour on 14th November 2014.

Ø  M.Sc. Students visited Chemistry Lab of CSPDCL Korbaon 16th January 2015 under Industrial tour.

Ø  One day workshop organizedon “Lab course of 11th and 12th classes”, by PG students at Mintu International Public Schoolon 23rd January 2015.

Ø  One day workshop organized on “Lab course of 11th and 12th classes”, by PG students at Pt. J.N. Pandey Govt. H.S. Schoolon 24th January 2015.

 

Images: Aero-Agro chemical industry, Raipur

 

Image: Chhattisgarh State Power Development Co-orporation Limited, Korba

2015-16

M.Sc. Students visited “Essential Oil and Herbal Plants,”Birkoni, Mahasamund on 17. October 2015under Industrial tour.

·         PG student participated in 28 days training course at CIPET Raipur.

Image: Essential Oil and Herbal Plants,” Birkoni, Mahasamund

2016-17

Entrepreneurship development program for M.Sc. IVth semester students have been organized in CIPET, Raipur Feb. 2016.

State level camp of “Vidyarthi Vigyan Manthan” has conducted on 5th March 2017 for the motivation of Science education.

 

  

2017-18

 Industrial visit of  M.Sc. Ist and IIIrd Semester at Essential Oil and Herbal Plant, BirkoniDist-Mahasamund, (C.G.) on 10 Nov. 2017.

·         Industrial Visit on 26th Feb. 2018 M.Sc. IInd and IVth Semester student at Sarda Energy and Mineral Ltd. Phase-I Industrial Growth Centre Siltara, Raipur.

·         Special Lecture on “Fire Safety and Security,” on 4th November 2017- Speaker Mr. Ashish K. Roy (President SEML, Raipur).

 

Image: Essential Oil and Herbal Plant, BirkoniDist-Mahasamund (C.G.)

Image:Lecture on Fire Safety and Security

 

 

2014

   Miss AnkitaPathak has been awarded Ph.D. on September 2014 under the supervision of Dr. S.K. Chatterjee.

·         List of students qualifying NET/SET/Other:

Name of students

SLET/SET

NET-JRF

Others (Job)

HemantDeshmukh

SET

NET

GATE

Nasir Ahmed

SET

-

-

ShrutiVaishnav

-

-

Chemist- Public Health Department

RoshanVerma

-

-

Food Safety Officer

EhsanTigga

-

-

Food Safety Officer

2015

  PratibhaSahu of M.Sc. 1st Semester was awarded 1st Prize for essay competition worth Rs. 10,000/- presented by NTPC Korba on September 2015. (Certificate Photo)

·         List of students qualifying NET/GATE/Other:

S. No.

Name of students

NET-JRF

GATE

Others (Job)

1.

PawanNamdev

NET

GATE

-

2.

RajeshwariJaiswal

NET

-

-

3.

Ashok Bharti

NET

-

-

4.

Jeevan Patel

NET

-

-

5.

AardhanaJaiswal

-

GATE

-

6.

MineshMarkam

-

-

Lecturer in Technical Education

7.

TekramDhruw

-

-

Lecturer in Technical Education

 

2016

·         List of Students qualifying NET/GATE/ Exam

S. No.

Name of students

NET-JRF

GATE

1.

Pawan Kumar

NET

GATE

2.

Aradhana Dewangan

NET

GATE

3.

Jeevan Patel

NET

-

4.

Shilmani Verma

NET

-

 

 

2017 

·         Miss Anita Patel has been awardedPh.D. on 02/02/2018 under the Supervision of Prof. S.K. Rajput (Principal Govt. V.Y.T. PG. Auto. College, Durg).

·         HimanshuSahu of M.Sc. IIndSemester got 2nd prize in state level Essay competition held on “National youth day” on 12.01.2017.

·         HimanshuSahu of M.Sc. IIIrdSemester got 3rd prize in city level Inter-College Essay competition on “Gandhiji&Swachata” organized by Rajbhawan Chhattisgarh on 150th anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 04.10.2018.

 

 

 

·         List of Students qualifying NET/SET/SLET/State level Exam:

Name of the student

SLET/SET

NET-JRF

State PSC

HemantDeshmukh

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Assistant Professor (CG PSC)

Nasir Ahmed

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Assistant Professor (CG PSC)

AshishAasatkar

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Assistant Professor (CG PSC)

PratibhaSahu

SET

NET

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Saurav Gupta

SET

-

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LaxmiDhruw

-

-

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KishorChouhan

SET

NET

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ReenaJamulkar

SET

NET

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MineshMarkam

SET

NET

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KoushilyaMannewar

SET

-

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TriveniDewangan

SET

-

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BhumkeshKeshri

SET

-

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Ashok Bharti

SET

-

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AradhanaDewangan

SET

-

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ApoorvaOgry

SET

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HarvinderKurrey

SET

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LIST OF INSTRUMENTS AVAILABLE (MAJOR) & UNIQUE FEATURES OF DEPARTMENT:

   

S. No.

Name of Instrument

Quantity

1.

Spectrophotometer (Dual Display)

4

2.

Digital pH meter

2

3.

Potentiometer

2

4.

Conductometer

2

5.

Digital Balance

10

6.

Melting Point Apparatus

5

7.

Fire Extinguisher

10

8.

Thermometer (360ºC)

50

9.

Oven

2`

10.

Glass Distillation Unit

3

11.

Deep Freezer

2

12.

Thermostat

2

13.

Magnetic Stirrer

2

14.

Turbid Meter

2

15.

Nephalometer

2

16.

Polarimeter

2

17.

Vacuum Pump

4

18.

Steam Generator

5

19.

Electric Burner

20

20.

Solar Distilled Water Plant

20

 

Unique Features:

  • Well Qualified Teaching Staff.
  • Well equipped UG and PG laboratories.
  • Approved Research Centre.