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Dr. Santosh Kumar Sar

Professor & Head

santoshsar@hotmail.com

Santosh Kumar Sar obtained his Ph.D. in the area of physical Organic chemistry from Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (1995). He has carried Post Doctoral Research Fellow, in the area of Biomimetic-Chemistry with Prof. Sung Soo Kim, at Department of Chemical & Dynamics Engineering, Inha University, Inchon, South Korea (International Project Brain Korea-21 Sponsored By United states of America). He has been awarded a research fellowship by the Council of Science and Technology, Bhopal (1992-1995). He has been a visiting fellow of different national and international Institutions such as Chulakorn University, Thailand, Institute Kimai Malaysia. Presently he is Professor of Applied chemistry, Bhilai Institute of Technology, DURG under Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai. He is engaged in the teaching subjects applied chemistry, environmental Science, Water recourses management in bachelor of engineering program and disaster management, air pollution, fundamental of environmental engineering, energy & environment, Environmental Impact Assessment etc in master of engineering program. Dr. Sar is actively engaged in research in the field of surface chemistry, drugs,Water ( Environmental Chemistry )medicinal plant and there Extraction (pyrolysis) chemical characterization. He has supervised several PhD , M Tech , M.Phill students degree award from Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai , Pt Ravishankar Shukla University , Raipur , Dr C V Raman University , Bilaspur and MATS University , Raipur .He has handled different national projects such research Promotional scheme, All India Council For Technical Education,New Delhi ,Chhattisgarh Council of Science and Technology, Raipur ,Chhattisgarh Medicinal Plant Board, Raipur.Recently he is engaged in National Uranium Project under Department of Atomic Energy , Govt of India ,Mumbai to search radioactive elements present in Chhattisgarh state .In his name few patent is registered at Indian patent office, His more than hundred research paper have been published in various international and national journals and two books in Germany Lambert publications. He is in editorial board in different national and international repute journals. He is Fellow of different scientific society viz Indian surface science & technology, Indian Chemical society, Indian science congress association, International journal of Chemistry & Environment. Indian Metrological Society Etc. Presently Dr Sar is holding the post Dean, Chemical & Bio-Technology, Chairman, Environmental Science & Engineering, Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai. And Dean (Student Welfare) at Bhilai Institute of Technology, Durg

Dr. Santosh Kumar Sar

Employee ID 10024
Date of Joining 29-02-1996
Nature of Association Regular
Department Applied Chemistry
Designation Professor & Head
Educational Qualification M.Sc. Ph.D, PDF(South Korea )
E-Mail santoshsar@hotmail.com
Contact Number 9425242582
Areas of Interest

Physical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Environmental chemistry, Drugs, Medicinal Plant and Pyrolysis

Publications

    (a). Research Papers Published (National/ International Journal)

    1. Micellar effect upon the acidic hydrolysis of Para substituted N-Phenylbenzo- hydroxamic acids. Indian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 33, Pages 51-51, 1994.

    2. Micellar effect upon the acid hydrolysis of N-Pchlorophynylbenzohydroxamic acid. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 71, Pages 579-579, Publication Date 01-09-1994.

    3. Kinetic studies of alkaline hydrolysis of N-Phenyl benzohydroxamic acid in the presence of micelles. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 72, Issue 9, Pages 597-601, 1995.

    4. Kinetic and mechanism of the mineral acid catalyzed hydrolysis of n –Methyl benzohydroxamic acids. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 73, Issue 12, Pages 684-686, 1996.

    5. Bronsted acid catalyzed hydrolysis of N-p Chlro phenyl benzohydroxamic acid. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 74, Issue 3, Pages 187-189, 1997.

    6. Spectrophotometer determination of vanadium (V) as complex with PBHA in the non ionicmicellar media. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 74, Pages 662, 1997.

    7. Effect of micelles on acidic hydrolysis of N- Phenyl benzohydroxamic acids. Reaction kinetics and catalysis letter, Hungary, Volume 61, Issue 1, Pages 193-199, Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Publication Date 01-05-1997.

    8. Effect of cationic anionic and non –ionic surfactants upon the acidic hydrolysis of N-Benzyl benzohydroxamic acid. Journal of Indian Chemical Society, Volume 75, Issue 1, Pages 39-41, Publisher: Indian Chemical Society, 1998.

    9. Arseicosis and deteriorating ground water quality unfolding crises in central east. Current Science, Volume 77, Issue 5, Pages 686-693, Publication Date 10-09-1999.

    10. Gif Chemistry for oxidation of activated methylenes to ketones. Bull. Korean chemical Soc. 2002, 23, 937.

    11. Oxidation of alcohols with periodic acid catalyzed Fe (III) /2-Picolinic acid. Bulletin-Korean Chemical Society, Volume 23, Issue 9, Pages 1331-1332, Publisher: Korean Chemical Society, Publication Date 20-09-2002.

    12. Kinetic studies on the acid catalyzed reaction of hydroxamic acids in beta –cyclodexdrin /surfactant mixed systems. Reaction Kinetics and Catalysis Letter, Hungary, Volume 81, Issue 1, Pages 161-168, Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Publication Date 01-01-2004.

    13. Acid catalyzed hydrolysis of ethyl acetate in micellar media. International Journal of Chemistry and Environment 2004, 1, 20.

    14. Effect of Hydroxamate –ions in Micellar Mediated Reactions of p-Nitro phenyl Acetate. Indian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 43, Issue 9, Pages 1990-1994, Publisher: India National Science Academy, 2004.

    15. Effect of polymer and surfactant polymer couples on the acid catalyzed hydrolysis of phenyl urea. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 435-438, Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group, Publication Date 01-07-2006.

    16. Effect of surfactant upon the acid catalysed hydrolysis of Phenyl urea. Asian Journal of Chemistry, Volume 19, Issue 2, Pages 1358-1362, Publication Date 01-03-2007.

    17. Effect of PEG-4000 &PEG-8000 on the reactivity of Hydroxamate ion. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, Volume 29, Issue 9, Pages 1288-1290, Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group, Publication Date 19-09-2008.

    18. Critical micelle concentration of surfactant mixed –surfactant & polymer by different method and its importance. Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2008, 24 (2) 559-564.

    19. Spectrophotometric determination of sodium lauryl sulphate as a prime anionic surfactant and contaminant in central east Chhattisgarh (DURG-BHILAI REGION). Rassayan Journal of Chemistry, 2008, Vol-1, No 2, Page 236-245.

    20. Antidepressants Drugs: Surfactant and polymer mediated acid catalyzed hydrolysis of phenyl Urea. International Journal of Chem. Tech Research, Volume 1, Issue 4, Page 1335-1338, 2009.

    21. Reliable Technique for the Determination of Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate by Crystal Violet in Relation to the Effluents of Durg-Bhilai Region. Journal of Chinese Chemical Society, Vol. 56, No. 6, 2009.

    22. Nucleophilic Substitution Reaction of P–Nitrophenyl Benzoate with Salicylic Hydoxamate Ion in presence of Cationic Micelles. Rassayan J. Chem, http://www.rasayanjournal.com/, Vol.2, No.1, 34-41, ISSN: 0974-1496, CODEN: RJCABP, 2009.

    23. Drug surfactant & polymer mediated acid catalyzed hydrolysis of acetohydroxamic acid. Journal of Dispersion Science and Technology, Volume 31, Pages 1163-1166, 2010.

    24. NucleophilicDebenzoylation of P-Nitro Phenyl Benzoate In Cationic Micellar Media. International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, Vol. 42, Issue 2, Pages 106-112, 2010.

    25. Solvent effect on the nuclophilicdebenzoylation of p-nitro phenyl benzoate with hydroxamate ions. International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Technology, 2010, Issue 2, Vol. 1, Page No. 173-183.

    26. Simple and sensitive spectrophotometer method for determination of tricyclic antidepressants imipramine using Fe (III) –SCN complex. Journal of Analytical Chemistry, Vol. 6, Pages 596-599, 2011.

    27. Rapid, reliable and validated method to remove SDS from waste water of 9 DRUG-BHILAI Region) by using natural bioadsorbent. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Vol. 15, Issue 2, Pages 29-32, 2011.

    28. Micellar properties of alkyltrimethyl ammonium bromide in aqua Organic solvent media. Research Journal of Chemical Sciences, Volume 1 (4) 22-29, 2011.

    29. Paper Battery-A Promising Energy Solution for India. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies, E-ISSN2249 – 897, IJAERS, Volume 1, Issue 1, Pages 130- 133, October – December, 2011.

    30. Environmental sinks of heavy metals: investigations on the effect of steel industry effluent in the urbanized location. International journal of advanced engineering research and studies, Vol. 1, 235-239, 2012.

    31. New approach for the determination of tricyclic antidepressant amitryptyle using beta cyclodextrine –PEG system via spectrophotometry. Journal of Analytical Sciences, Methods and Instrumentation, Volume 2, Pages 103-107, 2012.

    32. Feasibility of installating Rice Husk Power Plant in Chhattisgarh to meet sustainable energy demands. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies, Vol. 1, Issue 4, July –Sept, 2012.

    33. A new method for determination of ascorbic acid in fruit juices, pharmaceuticals and biological samples. Journal of Scientific and Ind. Res. Issue 8, Vol. 71, 549-555, 2012.

    34. Latest Innovations in Minimizing Coke Oven Emissions. International journal of advanced engineering research and studies Vol. 2, Issue 1, J. Oct–Dec., 2012

    35. Environment impact assessment towards forest Road construction. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies, E-ISSN2249–897, IJAERS, Vol. 2, Issue 1, Pages 08-10, Oct–Dec., 2012.

    36. Estimation of acetaminophen in waste water of Bhilai Region. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies, Vol. 1, Issue 4, July–Sep., 2012. (Published in 2011 or 2012 Clarify it, in Citation it is shown as 2012 publication).

    37. Removal of SDS from Waste Water of (Bilaspur Region) by using Natural Bioadsorbent. International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Studies, E-ISSN2249–897, IJAERS, Volume 2, Issue 1, Pages 76-79, Oct-Dec., 2012.

    38. Micellization of Some Bile Salts in Binary Aqueous Solvent Mixtures. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, ISSN 1097-3958, J. SurfactDeterg, DOI 10.1007/s11743-012-1424-2.

    39. Effect of Antibiotics in Wastewater Treatment. International Journal of Innovative Research and Development, Issue 1, Volume 2, Page 227-236, Publication Date 01-01-2013.

    40. Medicinal Plants the Key Bio-Adsorbents for Anionic Surfactant (SDS) From Waste Water. Chemical and Process Engineering Research, Volume 15, Pages 57-65, 2013.

    41. Determination of Cefadroxil Antibiotic by an Analytical Method.Chemical and Process Engineering Research, Volume 11, Pages 28-31, 2013.

    42. Indirect Spectrophometric Determination of Fly-Fighter Insecticide in Agricultural & Environmental Samples. Chemical and Process Engineering Research, Volume 11, Pages 21-27, 2013.

    43. Thermodynamic behavior of bile salt with disprine, international journal of adv. And innovative research vol2 issue 12, 2013. Chemical and Process Engineering Research, Volume 11, Pages 21-27, 2013.

    44. Natural Adsorbent: Removal of Anionic surfactant from grey water and its comparison with chemical adsorbent. Journal of Energy Technologies and Policy, Volume 3, Issue 11, Pages 280-290, 2013. (int.jou.)

    45. Fourier transform infrared Spectroscopy Analysis of few medicinal plants of Chhattisgarh, India. Journal of Advanced Pharmacy Education & Research, Vol 3, Issue 3, 2013

    46. A Comparative Study on Analysis of Zinc Concentration Conducted on Few Medicinal Plants of Chhattisgarh. International Journal of Current Research in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Science, p-ISSN: 2348-5213; e-ISSN: 2348-5221, http://www.ijcrcps.com/, Volume 1, Issue 5, Pages 40-43, 2014.

    47. Micellization of Some Bile Salts in Binary Aqueous Solvent Mixtures. Journal of Surfactants and Detergents, Volume 17, Issue 1, Pages 143-150, Publication Date 01-01-2014, Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg.

    48. Rapid and sensitive spectrophometric estimation of anionic surfactant in waste water with cationic dye Azure A in region Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India. Journal of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 6, Issue 7, Publication Date 01-07-2014.

    49. Rapid and sensitive spectrophometric estimation of anionic surfactant in waste water with cationic dye Azure A in region Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, India.Oriental Journal of Chemistry, www.orientjchem.org, An International Open Free Access, Peer Reviewed Research Journal, ISSN: 0970-020 X, CODEN: OJCHEG, 2014, Vol. 30, No. (3): Pg. 1335-1341.

    50. A Study on the Wastewater Treatment from Antibiotic Production. Current World Environment, http://dx.doi.org/10.12944/CWE.9.1.33, Vol. 9(1), 223-226, 2014.

    51. A Comprehensive preview of internet based SCADA systems, International journal of advanced engineering and research, Vol 4 page no 95-98 , July –Sep 2014

    52. A study of spectrophotometriv determination of ion association complex ,formed by anionic surfactant SDS by using crystal voilet as a cationic dye in region Bilaspur (cg), Oriental Journal of Chemistry, Vol 13,issue 3 page no-1335-1341 , 2014

    53. Kinetic isotherm of amoxicillin antibiotic through adsorption and its removal by electrocoagulation , Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2014

    54. View on economical household drinking water treatment technology, Int. j. adv. Engg. Res. Studies,pp 70-73, 2014

    55. Environmental impact assessment(EIA) towards road construction in Chhattisgarh State, International journal of engineering research and management , Vol 2 Issue 1 page no ,79- 84 , January2015

    56. Ground water quality with special emphasis on Fe contamination in Chhattisgarh State in Rajnandgaon Distt. At Khairagarh, International journal of engineering research and management , Vol 2 Issue 1 page no ,85- 92 , January2015

    57. Micellizationbehaviour of bile salts with Disprine, International journal of current research in chemistry & pharmaceutical sciences,vol 2 (5) page no 91-99,2015

    58. Method for the determinationof some pyrethroid insecticide in environmental and biological samples, Journal of Applicable Chemistry, Vol 4 Issue 3, page no -980-986, May 2015

    59. Simultaneous determination of some Phenol pesticides in environmental and biological samples, International journal of Bioengineering & Life Sciences, Vol 2, No 5,page no 608, May 2015

    60. Flow injection spectrophotometric determination of Cypermethrin Insecticides by diazotization method, Asian Journal of Chemistry, Vol 28 No 3 Page no 484-488, 2015

    61. Removal of anionic surfactant from industrial and domestic waste water using BioadsorbentEmbiliaRibes in Region Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh India, Chemical science review and letters 4(13) 203-208, 2015

    62.  Study of air quality and noise status of surrounding area of Mahamaya-Dulki Iron Ore Mine, Dalli-Rajhara, Dist. Balod, Bharat journal of Science Technology and Humanities,1(1), July 2015.

     

    63. Waste water treatment by effluent treatment plants, International journal of civil engineering, Vol 3 issue 12, ,page no32-38,December 2016

    64. Aggregation behaviour of Sodium cholate& Sodium Deoxycholate under the influence of Drug (Disprine) in aqueous solution at various temperatures, Science Research, Vol 4 Issue 5, Page no 112-119,2016

    65. Review paper on chemical characterization of Millettia Pinnata of Bhilai- Durg Region of Chhattisgarh, Science Innovation, Vol 4 Issue 5, Page no 242-246, Nov 2016

    66. Spectrophotometric determination of Copper complex by Bismarck Brown Y in environmental & pharmaceutical samples, International journal of science & research, Vol 5 Issue 8, Page no 552-558,August 2016

    67. Complex behaviour of bile salts at various temperatures under the influence of Antidepressant Drug (Imipramine) in aqueous solution, Science Innovation, Vol 4 Issue 5, Page no 235-241, Nov2016

    68. Defluoridation of water by various technique –A review, International journal of innovative Research in science ,engineering and technology,vol.5 issue 7 july 2016

    69. Chemical characterization of ocimumsactum in Bhilai durg region of Chhattisgarh, International journal of Applied science-Research and review,vol.3 issue4 july 2016

    70. Solid waste management from steel melting shop ,Journal of Applied & Advanced Research, Vol 2, Issue 1, 48-55, Feb-2017

    71. Application of bioadsorbent in control of atmospheric pollution, Journal of Applied & Advanced Research, Vol 2, Issue 1, 43-47, Feb-2017

    72. Environmental Impact assessment of proposed NH-6 of Chhattisgarh, Journal of Applied & Advanced Research, Vol 2, Issue 2, 67-73, Apr-2017

    73. Determination and removal of fluoride in various water samples at Khairagarh block of Rajnandgaon District, National journal of multidisciplinary research and development, vol.2 issue 3 sept. 2017 pp 167-171.

    74. Coupling diazotization method to analysis of chlorpyrifos in environmental and biological samples, National journal of multidisciplinary research and development, vol.2 issue 3 sept. 2017 pp 361-364.

    75. Chemical examination and evaluation of antibacterial, antifungal property of neem (Azadiracta indica) and Karanj(Millettia pinnata) in Bhilai Durg region of Chhattisgarh, National journal of multidisciplinary research and development, vol.2 issue 3 sept. 2017 pp 136-142.

    76. Ultimate analysis of some medicinal plants (tulsi, neem, Karanj, kalmegh) of Chhattisgarh India and their comparative study,International journal of engineering science invention vol. 6, issue 10, oct. 2017 pp 39-41.

    77. Assessment of uranium in ground water from Durg District of Chhattisgarh state and its correlation with other quality parameters, Journal of Radioanalytical& nuclear chemistry, 314, Dec 2017, 2339-2348.

    78. Effect of bile salt in pharmatokineticMicellization&drug dissolution, Int. Jou. of Research in Engg. &Adv.TechnologyVol 5 issue 5 Oct-Nov 2017.

    79. Study of uranium level in ground water of balod district of chhattisgarh state, india and assessment of health risk, Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 24, 2018, 691-698.

    80. Risk assessment from gamma dose rate in Balod District of Chhattisgarh, India, Journal of Radioanalytical& nuclear chemistry, Vol 317, Issue 1, 2018, 387-395.

    81. Annual Effective Dose Equivalent of population staying in industrial area Bhilai,Chhattisgarh India estimated using Gammma dose rate measurements, Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Vol 22, Issue 12, 2018,  22-27.

    82. Cost Effective Natural Adsorbents for the removal of fluoride: A green approach Rasayan Journal of Chemistry, Vol 12, Issue 2, 2019, 455-463.

    83. Uranium in ground water of Rajnandgaon District of Central India, Journal of Radioanalytical& nuclear chemistry, Vol. 321, 2019, 293-302.

    84. Health risk evaluation of uranium in groundwater of Bemetara district of Chhattisgarh state, India, Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2019, In press

    85. Seasonal and geochemical variation of uranium and major ions in groundwater at Kanker District of Chhattisgarh, central India, Groundwater for Sustainable Development, Vol 10, 2020.

    86. Statistical comparative study of the gamma dose rate and associated risk assessment in rural and urban areas of DurgDistrict, Chhattisgarh, India, Radiochemistry, 2020, vol. 62, no. 2, 275-287.

    87. Blueprint of indoor gamma dose rate through statistical modelling for Kabirdham District, Journal of Radio analytical& nuclear chemistry, 2020, in press

    88. Characterization of plant based low cost adsorbents in Chhattisgarh State,Indian journal of Ecology, 2020, 47(2), 320-323.

    89. Investigation of water quality in Ambur city by water quality indexing, The Holistic Approach to Environment, 2020, 10(2) 48-52, DOI: 10.33765/thate.10.2.4

    90. Adsorptive extraction of uranium(VI) from aqueous phase by dolomite. Groundwater for Sustainable Development.2020,11, 1-7, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gsd.2020.100424.

    91. Variation in value of annual effective natural gamma dose rate during lockdown in the pandemic situation in various countries. August 2020 International Journal of Environmental Analytical Chemistry

    92. Impact of Lockdown during COVID-19 on Annual Effective Dose Equivalent values of Natural Gamma Radiation. 2020 ,  (PREPRINT)

    93. Analysis of Watermelon peel & lemon peel as low-cost novalbioadsorbents November 2020, Journal of the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. Vol 22 , Issue 11, ISSN: 1007 – 6735.

    94. Characterization of a medicinal plant Agastya (Sesbania grandiflora) Anals of plant and soil Research 23(2): 181-185 (2021) Doi.org/10.47815/aspr.2021.10053.

    95. Phytochemical and qualitative characterization of leaves of some noteworthy medicinal plants of Chhattisgarh, India Rasayan Journal of Chemistry Vol-14june 2021 ISSN:0974-1496 Doi.org/10.31788/RJC.2021.1426281  page-1423-1434.

    96. Efficient exclusion of uranyl ion from aqueous medium by a novel magnetic bio adsorbent (Phyllanthusemblica bark) June 2021  Groundwater for Sustainable Development  Doi.org/10.1016/j.gsd.2021.100625  vol-14.

    97. Study on four selected noteworthy Medicinal plants of Fabaceae Family found in Chhattisgarh .vol-30, ISSN-1661-5719,Page no-1352-1365

    98. Comparative study of water quality parameters of Sheonath River before and after lockdown situation during Covid-19, Vol-40(3), ISSN-0257-8050,Page no-284-290.

    99. Quantitative Analysis of elements in some Efficacios medicinal plants by using ICPMS and IRMS Method. Vol-48(4) ISSN-1068-1074,page no-1068-1074.

    100. Covid 19 and medicinal plants : A critical perspective ,Reena V. Mathai ,Jayati Chatterjee, Santosh Kumar Sar.Manoj Kumar Jindal Forensic Science International : Animals and Environment 2 ISSN 2666-9374 ,February 2022.

    101.Development and fabrication of Intermediate pyrolysis reactor and Characterization of extracted neem oil. JaysinghGaharwar ,Arun  Arora ,Santosh k Sar ,Vol-7 No2 ISSN 0974-5823. International Journal of Mechanical Engineering,February2022

    102.Elemental Analysis of Few Medicinal plants of Fabaceae Family by using XRF Technology NeenaBagchi ,Santosh.K.Sar ,Ami Sharma Vol.XI Issue IV,April 2022 ISSN NO.2347-3150.

    103.Adsorption Of Chromium (VI)  from aqueous phase using Aegle marmelos leaves : Kinetics ,isotherm and thermodynamics Reena V Mathai ,Jayati Chatterjee, Santosh Kumar Sar.Manoj Kumar Jindal . 17 April 2022 ,ISSN 2405-8300.


     

     

    Full-length paper in proc. of International / National Conferences

    1. Effect of PEG-4000 &PEG -8000 on the Reactivity of Hydraxamate Ion, 12th Asian Chemical congress, Kulambpur, Malaysia, 23-25 Aug 2007 Sponsored by Institute Kimia Malaysia.
    2. Treatment of Side Effects of Antidepressant Drugs: Search for a New Strategy, Medicinal chemistry Conference, Mengosteen, Netherland, 26-29, Nov 2007.
    3. arsenic level in korikasa, International Conference on Arsenic Contamination in Tropics February 19 – 21, 2007 Raipur.
    4. study of the hydrochloric acid catalyzed hydrolysis of n-p-cl-phenyl benzohydroxamic acid, 80th Indian science Congress. Goa 1993
    5. Micellar effect upon the acid hydrolysis of hydroxamic acids National conference in solution chemistry. Visva Bharti Shantiniketan, 1994      
    6. Micellar catalysis s of the basic hydrolysis of n–Phenyl benzohydroxamic acids, 81st Indian Science Congress Jaipur 1994.
    7. Micellar Hydrolysis of hydroxamic acids; validity of Pseudo –Phase Ion Exchange Model, 30th Annual convention of chemistry, Calcutta, 1993.
    8. Acid catalyzed hydrolysis and protonation behavior of n- Methyl benzohydroxamic acid National symposium on Recent advances in mechanistic studies, Gwalior 1994.
    9. Structure reactivity Correlation for acidic hydrolysis of N-methyl benzohydroxamic acid, Recent Seminar on new dimension in Chemical kinetics and reaction mechanism 1994 Delhi.
    10. Micellar and a- Effect upon esterolysis by hydroxamic ions, Eleventh national Conference on surfactant, Emulsions and bio colloids (NATCOSEB XI ) 11-13Dec 2003, Mumbai.
    11. Oxidation of hydrocarbons & alcohols with Gif catalysis, 17th National Seminar on Catalysis, Central Salt and marine Chemical research Institute, Bhavnagar.
    12. Effect of oil contaminates, National workshop on environment awareness 6-7 Oct 2004 BIT Durg.
    13. Cause and effect of Noise pollution,National workshop on environment awareness 6-7 Oct 2004 BIT Durg.
    14. Problems and solution of sanitary system in Durg Bhilai region, National workshop on environment awareness 6-7 Oct 2004 BIT Durg.
    15. Case study between population , environment & development of india, National workshop on environment awareness 6-7 Oct 2004 BIT Durg
    16. Oxidation of hydrocarbons & alcohols with GIF catalyst, Nat. con. Jan 2005 (Nat. symposium on catalysis).
    17. Solid waste management in Durg district, National seminar on energy management and environment 25-26 Feb Bilaspur 2006
    18. Study of Imipramine in Polymer Environment, National Symposium on Fundamental and Analytical aspects of self Organizing Systems March 8-10, 2007, KalyanMahavidyalya, Bhilai.
    19. Studies of some First generation drug in polymer and surfactant BITCON 2007.
    20. Effect of PEG 4000 & PEG 8000 on the reactivity of hydroxamate ion,Nat. con. Technovision 2007 SSTC Bhilai.
    21. Effect of PEG 4000 & PEG 8000 on the reactivity of hydroxamate ion, International conference asian chemical congress aug 2007.
    22. Trends of critical micelle conc.of different polymer,surfactant ,mixed surfactant in normal temp. & press. BITCON 2007 BIT, Durg
    23. Removal of anionic surfactant from waste water by bio-adsorbent Durg Bhilai International conference ICCE 2009 Thailand.
    24. Bioadsorbent:Removal of Anionic surfactant(SDS) from waste water, National seminar on environmental science and its application towards water treatment 15-16 July 2010, BIT Durg.
    25. Effect of osmium sanctum as a adsorbent to remove surfactant from waste water, National seminar on environmental science and its application towards water treatment 15-16 July 2010, BIT Durg.
    26. Rapid, reliable and validated method to remove sodium dodecyl sulphate from waste water of Durg Bhilai region by using natural Bioadsorbent, National workshop on pollution of ground water around industrial clusters : Mitigation and management organized by Central ground water board, NCCR, Raipur on 23 Feb 2011.
    27. Removal of SDS from waste water by natural Bioadsorbent National Seminar Frontiers in chemistry 2011, Under the special Assistance proggramme of UGC and Celebration of International year of Chemistry 2011, 14-16 March 2011, North Bengal University, Darjeeling (WB).
    28. Economic Feasibility analysis of low cost adsorbent for the removal of surfactant from waste water of Durg-Bhilai region,National Seminar sponsored by UGC, New Delhi & CGCOST Raipur Kalyan P G College, Bhilai18-19Th Nov 2011.
    29. Nucleophilic Catalysis of P-Nitrophenyl Benzoate by Hydroxamate Ions in Micellar Media,National Seminar sponsored by UGC, New Delhi & CGCOST Raipur Govt VYT PG College, Durg 11-12 Oct 2011
    30. Application of b-cyclo dextrin PEG system for the determination of antidepressant drugs, Chemical Sciences: Integrated efforts for Sustainable Development & Ecological Resilience CSIT, Durg 20-21 Jan 2012
    31. Comparative study on proximate analysis conducted on medicinal plant of CG india, 2nd international science congress Dec. 2012
    32. Micellization of some novel surfactants in binary aqueous solvent mixture, 2nd international science congress Dec. 2012
    33. Removal & determination of antibiotic drugs from waste water by different technique, Recent Trends in Chemical Research: Challenges Ahead Department of chemistry & Applied Chemistry Guru Ghasi Das Vishwavidyalaya 30-31th March 2012
    34. Reliable Technique for the determination of SDS the effluent of Bilaspur region, Recent Trends in Chemical Research: Challenges Ahead Department of chemistry & Applied Chemistry Guru Ghasi Das Vishwavidyalaya, Bhilaspur, (C.G.) 30-31th March 2012
    35. Paper Battery technology, Role of Science & technology for sustainable development of Chhattisgarh SSTC, Junwani, Bhilai 25-26 Jan 2012
    36. Thermodynamic behavior of bile salts with various drugs, National Seminar on recent advances in meteorology climatology & Environment, 25 Oct 2013 BIT Raipur.
    37. Thermodynamic behavior of bile salts with Disprine, National conference on recent trends in Chemical Science, January 23-25, 2014, PT.RSSU. Raipur C.G.
    38. Micellisation of some bile surfactants in binary aqueous solvent mixture, International conference RTASEA April 2013.
    39. Indirect spectrophotometric determination of fly fighter insecticidesin agricultural &environ.sample, International conference RTASEA April 2013.
    40. Study of proximate analysis some medicinal plant of CG, International conference RTASEA April 2013.
    41. Removal of SDS form waste water by using natural Bioadsorbent, International conference RTASEA April 2013.
    42. Thermodynamic behavior of bile salts with Various Drugs, BITCON 2015, BIT Durg.
    43. Status of fluoride contamination in ground water of C.G. state  in Rajnandgaon Dist.in C.G. state, 17th National Conference OSEB Nov.2015.
    44. Aggregation behavior of bile salt at various temp.under the influence of amphiphilic drugs Imipramine hydrochloride in aqueous solution, 17th National Conference OSEB Nov.2015.
    45. National highways measure means of communication which driving indias growth story & status of highway in the state of CG under NHAI, International conference on status of science & technology in CG mar. 2015
    46. How do student views of science influence knowledge integration, International conference on status of science & technology in CG mar. 2015.
    47. Thermodynamic behavior of bile salts with various drugs towards CG state, International conference on status of science & technology in CG mar. 2015.
    48. Environmental status of iron ore deposits around kamgasur village, International conference on status of science & technology in CG mar. 2015
    49. Fixed bed column study for as removal from waste water using natural Bioadsorbent, International conference on status of science & technology in CG mar. 2015.
    50. Hydrogeochemical implication of ground water contamination in Durg distt. Nat.conference NCARTS 2016(3rdjan).
    51. Aggregation behavior of bile salt at various temp.under the influence of amphiphilic drugs Imipramine hydrochloride in aqueous solution, BITCON 2016, BIT Durg
    52. Thermogravimetric analysis of few medicinal plant of C.G. state , BITCON 2016, BIT Durg
    53. Indirect determination spectrophotometric method for the determination of hydrazine with malachite green system, BITCON 2016, BIT Durg
    54. Determination  of radioactive elements in water of Balod & Bemetara Distt, National conference on soil quality & public health (SQPH) 17th-18 th January 2017
    55. Analysis of radioactive elements in water from Durg &Rajnandgaon  Distt. & Estimation of health risk, National conference on soil quality & public health (SQPH) 17th-18 th January 2017
    56. Determination of heavy metal concentration in industrial area of Raipur using atomic Absorption spectroscopy, National conference on soil quality & public health (SQPH) 17th-18 th January 2017
    57. Determination of fluoride in water & its removal through medicinal plants, National conference on soil quality & public health (SQPH) 17th-18 th January 2017
    58. Management of solid effluent from steel melting shop, BITCON 2017, BIT Durg
    59. Bioadsorbent & its application in control of atmospheric pollution, BITCON 2017, BIT Durg
    60. Effluent treatment plant & its application in treatment of waste water, BITCON 2017, BIT Durg
    61. Assessment of  uranium level & its health effect in ground water of Balod District of Chhattisgarh State, India, Groun water management and its issues in CG, CGWB, 17th Jan 2018
    62.  Measurement of Uranium Concentration and Its Correlation with Some Physico-Chemical Properties of Ground Water Samples from Balod District, Chhattisgarh, NSE 20, IIT, Gandhinagar
    63.  Determination of uranium level in ground water samples of Durg District Chhattisgarh by fluorimetric technique, NSE 20, IIT, Gandhinagar.
    64. Study of indoor and outdoor gamma dose rate in Durg District, Chhattisgarh, India and associated risk assessment, NSE 20, IIT, Gandhinagar.
    65.  Seasonal Variation of Uranium Content of Ground Water Samples from Balod  District, Chhattisgarh, BITCON 2019, BIT, Durg.
    66. Assessment of Gamma Dose Rate in Areas of Durg  District Chhattisgarh (India), BITCON 2019, BIT, Durg.
    67.  Pre and Postmonsoon Distribution of uranium in ground water samples of Durg District, Chhattisgarh, BITCON 2019, BIT, Durg.
    68. Effect of Drug Surfactant and Polymer mixed miceller catalyzed hydrolysis of Acetohydroxamic acid,      56th Annual convention of chemists 2019 & International conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences, November 14-16, 2019, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
    69. Uranium contamination found in groundwater of Durg, Chhattisgarh      56th Annual convention of chemists 2019 & International conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences, November 14-16, 2019, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
    70. Spectroscopic analysis of Bioactive chemicals in Medicinal plants of Bhilai region in Chhattisgarh       56th Annual convention of chemists 2019 & International conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences, November 14-16, 2019, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
    71. Uranium in ground water of central and western part of Chhattisgarh, India,      56th Annual convention of chemists 2019 & International conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences, November 14-16, 2019, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
    72. Prediction of indoor gamma dose rate through statistical modelling for Kabirdham District       56th Annual convention of chemists 2019 & International conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences, November 14-16, 2019, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur
    73. Assessment of indoor and outdoor background gamma radiation levels and related radiological health hazards in Bemetara District of Chhattisgarh State, India 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    74. Characterisation of secondary metabolites in calotropisgigantea by spectroscopic methods 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    75. Terrestrial bark, a suitable bio-sorbent for the removal of radioactive element in aquatic environment 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    76. Preparation and Characterization of a novel adsorbent from Aegle marmelos (Bael) leaf 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    77. Distribution of uranium in ground water of western part of Chhattisgarh, India 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    78. Comparison of pre and post monsoon uranium content of ground water at Durg District, India 9th International Science Congress, BIT , 8-9 Dec 2019
    79. Determination of Chlorpyrifos in fruit and vegetable sample by Spectrophotometric method”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development’, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    80. Preliminary investigation of phytochemicals in cantharanthusroseus leaves in Durg region of CG”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    81. A sorbent of modified bark for removal of radioactive element from aqueous medium”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    82. Study of uranium level and water quality parameters in groundwater of Rajnandgaon district, CG state, India”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    83. Distribution of uranium and basic geochemical parameters in groundwater of Bemetara district, CG”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    84. Comparative study of external gamma radiation between the territory of CG and close to uranium mines zone in India”, In Proc. 2nd International conference on recent trends in Renewable Energy & Sustainable Development, BIT Raipur, 30-31 Jan. 2020.
    85. NBP: A suitable biosorbent for the sequestration of lead from aquatic environment BITCON  20 NOV. 2020, BIT Durg.

    86. “Extra value of annual effective gamma dose rate from industrial area Bhilai Chhattisgarh during lockdown”BITCON  20 NOV.  2020, BIT Durg

Other Info.

Other Responsibilities:

    Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University Assignments:

    Chairman, Board of studies, Environmental Science & Engineering, Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai, C.G. India (2012 to till date).

    Dean of Chemical & Biotechnology Engineering, Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai, C.G. India (2012 to till date).

    Co-Editor in CSVTU Research Journal (2012 Edition).

    Member of Executive council & Academic Council, Chhattisgarh Swami Vivekananda Technical University, Bhilai, C.G. India (2013-2014).

    Chairperson, Board of Studies for Applied Chemistry, CSVTU, Bhilai From Dec 2019 – Till now

    Chairman, Board of Studies for Applied Chemistry, Autonomous Bhilai Institute of Technology,Durg From Dec 2020 – Till now

    Associate Editors on Indian Research Journal on Advanced Technologies NCET-2021.

     

    Experience of Administrative Responsibilities in Academic Institutions:

    From

    To

    Administrative Position

    Major responsibility

    2005

    2006

    Dy. Centre Supdt.

    Smooth Conduction of CSVTU examinations

    2014

    2016

     Centre Supdt.

    Smooth Conduction of CSVTU examinations

    2008

    Till now

    First Year In-charge

    Monitoring, smooth functioning of first year

    2006

    2016

    Member of Proctorial Board

    Watch on movement of students and ensure discipline

    2005

    2006

    Member of staff club

    Reactivate the working of the staff

    2017

    Till now

    Dean Student welfare

     To look all matters related to welfare & well being of students

    2020 Till now Head of Department Applied Chemistry All matter Of Applied Chemisrty Department .


Felowship/Awards/Other recognitions:

    List of National/International Workshop/STTP/FDP Attended

    S.N.

    Title

    No. of Days

    Organization

    Duration

    1.  

    80th Indian science Congress. Goa 1993

    05

    Goa University

    3rd – 7th Jan1993

            2.

    National conference in solution chemistry

     

    Visva Bharti Shantiniketan,

    1994

             3.

    81st Indian Science Congress

    05

    Rajasthan University, Jaipur

    3rd – 7th1994

            4.

    National symposium on Recent advances in mechanistic studies

    02

    Gwalior

    1994

           5

    Recent Seminar on new dimension in Chemical kinetics and reaction mechanism

    02

    Delhi

    1994

           6

    Industrial safety and hazard AICTE & ISTE sponsored STTP

    15

    BIT, DURG

    March 1999

            7

    Eleventh national Conference on surfactant, Emulsions and bio colloids (NATCOSEB XI )

    03

    Mumbai

    11-13Dec 2003,

             8

     

    National workshop on environment awareness

     

    02

    Center for environmental science and Engineering, BIT, Durg

    6th and 7th October 2004,

     

             9

    UGC – Sponsored refresher course in chemistry completed with Grade- A

    21

    Pt. RSSU. Raipur C.G

    2nd -20th Jan 2004

             10

    Nat. con. Technovision 2007

    02

    SSTC Bhilai

    26th-27th Oct.2007

              11

    Chemical congress 2008

    03

    Katmandu, Nepal

    23-25 May2008

              12

    International Congress of Environmental Research

    03

    BITS – Pilani, Goa Campus, Zuari Nagar, Goa - 403726 (INDIA

    December 18-20, 2008

            13

    Workshop on Foundations of Chemistry

    03

    Govt. V.Y.T.P.G. Autonomous College Durg

    07th-9th March 2010

             14

    2nd International conference on science & technology, Application in industry and education

    02

    University of Tecnologimara, Pinang Malaysia

     

    12-13 December 2008

            15

    4th International Conference of Chemistry & Environment, PACCON, Bangkok, Thailand

    03

    University of UbonRatchathani and Thailand Chemical Society, Thailand

    21-23 January 2010

           16

    3rd International congress of environmental research

    03

    University of Mauritius, reduit

    16-18 September 2010

             17

    International Symposium on Research in Basic Sciences expanding Horizons in sciences

    02

    Maharaja Ranjeet Singh College, Indore

    20-21 February, 2011

           18

    Inter-Department of Environmental Science, Chulakorn University, Thailand

    01

    Chulakorn University, Thailand

    7th June 2012

             19

    Recent Trends in Chemical Research: Challenges Ahead

    02

    Department of chemistry & Applied Chemistry Guru Ghasi Das Vishwavidyalaya, Bhilaspur (C.G.)

    30-31th March 2012

              20

    International Conference on “Recent Trends in Applied Sciences with Engineering Applications

    03

    Trubainstitute of engineering & information technology, Bhopal M.P.(India)

    26-28

    April

    2013

              21

    National conference on recent trends in Chemical Science

    03

    Pt.RSSU. Raipur C.G.

     

    January 23-25, 2014,

           22

    International conference on status of science & technology in CG

    02

    BIT Durg, 2015

    Mar. 2015

            23

    International workshop in Thailand Academic collaboration program in env. Sci.

    01

    Thailand

    Dec 2016

            24

    National conference on soil quality & public health (SQPH)

     

     

    02

     

    Govt. Digvijay College Rajnandgaon

    17th-18th January 2017

     

            25

    Generation of national database on uranium in drinking water

    03

    BARC, Mumbai

    8th-10th February 2017

             26

    Workshop on scientific writing organized by international science community association

    02

    Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, Ganpat University, Mehsana Gujarat

    8th - 9th May 2017

            27

    National workshop on emerging trends of chemicals in human life

    01

    Govt. Dr. W.W. Patankar Girls P. G. College Durg

    06 Feb. 2017

     

            28

    National workshop on Ground water management and its issues in Chhattisgarh

    01

    Central ground water board, North Central Chhattisgarh region 

    17th Jan 2018

           29

    22nd CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry

    03

    School of Studies in Chemistry Pt. R.S.U, Raipur

     Feb 2018

            30

    National conference on Green Technology for Sustainable Development

    02

    SSEC, Bhilai

    16th – 17th Feb

    2018

    31 23rd  CRSI National Symposium In Chemistry  03 Indian Institute of Science Education and Research Bhopal 13-15 July 2018
    32 National seminar on  Recent Trends in Basic Sciences-RTBS 2018 02 Department of Chemistry Government Holkar Science college, Indore (M.P.) asic Sciences-RTBS 2018 3rd -4th  October 2018
    33 Appreciating Stitch-In-Time Approach Using Outcome Based Education 02 BIT & CSVTU 8th-9th March 2019
    34 56th Annual Convention of Chemists 2019 & International Conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Sciences 03 Pt Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur 14-16 November 2019
    35 NBP: A suitable biosorbent for the sequestration of lead from aquatic environment   01 BITCON 2020 , BIT Durg 20 Nov 2020
    36 “Extra value of annual effective gamma dose rate from industrial area Bhilai Chhattisgarh during lockdown” 01 BITCON 2020 , BIT Durg 20 Nov 2020

    Sponsored Workshops/STTP Conducted/FDP (Conferences chair/ Convertor/Coordinator/Co-Coordinator):

    Sl. No.

    Topic/Title

    Sponsoring Agency

    Dates

    No. of Days

    Organization/Place

    1

    Trends of Instrumentation & Control towards Environmental Challenges

    AICTE

    5-6 October 2007

    02

    BIT, Durg

    2

    47th Annual  Convention of Chemist 2010 & International conference on recent advances in Chemical Sciences

     Indian chemical society

    23rd-27th Dec. 2010

    05

    SOS in Chemistry, PTRSU Raipur

    3

    Workshop on “Fulbright Fellowship opportunities in USA “

    USIEF,

    MUMBAI

    4-6th April 2011,

    03

    BIT, Durg

    4

    Workshop on “Fulbright Fellowship opportunities in USA “

    USIEF,

    MUMBAI

    26 Aug 2014

    01

    BIT, Durg

    5

    Workshop on “Scientific paper writing

    ISCA

    17 Oct 2016

    01

    BIT, Durg

    6

    BITCON 2015

    ISTE, ISCA, ICAI

    2015

    02

    BIT, Durg

    7

    BITCON 2016

    ISTE, ISCA, ICAI

    2016

    02

    BIT, Durg

    8

    BITCON 2017

    ISTE, ISCA, ICAI

    2017

    01

    BIT, Durg

    9

    16th Chhattisgarh Young Scientist Congress

    CGCOST

    27-28 Feb 2018

    02

    BIT, Durg

    10 Campus to Corporate CSVTU 8th August 2018 01 BIT, Durg
    11 Applications of MATLAB Tools and Coding for Mechanical Engineering AICTE under Margdarshan Scheme g for Mechanical Engineering 1-2 February 2019 02 BIT, Durg
    12

    9th International Science Congress

    International Science Community Association

    8-9 Dec 2019

    02 BIT, Durg
    13

    Vikram Sarabhai Centenary Programme

    ISRO

    19-20 Dec 2019

    02 BIT, Durg
    14

    Teaching learning and examination scheme of new curriculum 2019

    BIT & CSVTU

    12-Oct-19

    01 BIT, Durg
    15

    Outcome based education and accrediation

    IQAC , BIT Durg under AICTE Margdarshan Scheme

     

    4-9 Nov 2019

    06 BIT, Durg
    16 BITCON 2020 BIT 2020 01 BIT, Durg
    17 BITCON 2021 BIT 2021 02 BIT, Durg

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Sponsored National/International Conference/Seminar/Symposium conducted:

    Sl. No.

    Topic/Title

    Dates

    No. of Days

    Organization/Place

    1

    Aspect of Antidepressants Drug In Science & Technology

    5-18July, 2007

    14

    BIT, Durg

    2

    National Seminar On advances In Environmental Science & Engineering

    8-9th January, 2009

    2

    BIT, Durg

    3

     

    International conference on “Status of Science & Technology in Chhattisgarh State”

    19-20 March 2015

    2

    BIT, Durg

    4

    9th International Science Congress

    8-9 Dec 2019

    02 BIT, Durg

     

     

               

    Ph.D. Supervision (Awarded/Ongoing):

    S. No.

    Scholar’s Name

    Year of Regn.

    Name of University

    Status(Ongoing/Completed)

    1

    Nutan Rathod

    2009

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    2

    Pankaj Soni

    2008

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    3

    Rashmi Mandavi

    2004

    Pt.RSU, Raipur

    Awarded

    4

    Chanda Verma

    2009

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    5

    Poornima Tomar

    2012

    Mats University, Raipur

    Awarded

    6

    Asha Soni

    2012

    CV Raman University,

    Bilaspur

    Awarded

    7

    Jayati Chatterjee

    2012

    CV Raman University,

    Bilaspur

    Awarded

    8

    Etesh Janghel

    2013

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    9

    Mrs Lethika D Nair

    2013

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    10

    Shweta Bhardwaj

    2013

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    11

    Samiksha Tamrakar

    2017

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    12

    Varsha Joshi

    2016

    CV Raman University,

    Bilaspur

    Awarded

    14.

    Manoj Jindal

    2018

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    15.

    Vijita Diwan

    2018

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Awarded

    16.

    Megha Sahu

    2018

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Ongoing

    17

    Jaysingh Gaharwal

    2018

    CSVTU, Bhilai

    Ongoing

    18

    Reena Mathai

    2019

    CV Raman University,

    Bilaspur

    Ongoing

    19

    Gourav  Sharma 2019 CSVTU, Bhilai Ongoing

    20

    Poonam Deshmukh 2019 CSVTU, Bhilai Ongoing
    21 Neha Verma 2020 CSVTU, Bhilai Ongoing
    22 Neena Bagchi  2021

    CV Raman University,

    Bilaspur

    Ongoing
    23 Ranu Singh  2020 CSVTU, Bhilai Ongoing

    Invited talk/ Guest lecture delivered

    No.

    Title of

    paper

    presented

     

    Title of

    conference/seminar

    etc.

     

    Date

    of

    event

     

    Organized

    by

     

    Whether

    International/National/State/

    Regional/University or

    College level

    1.

     

    Effect of peg-4000 & peg-8000 on the reactivity of hydroxamate ion

    12th Asian Chemical congress

    23-25 Aug 2007

    Institute Kimia Malaysia

    International

    2.

    Removal of anionic surfactant (SDS) from wastewater by bioadsorbate

    International Conference of Chemistry & Environment,

    21-23 January 2010

    University of UbonRatchathani and Thailand Chemical Society, PACCON, Bangkok, Thailand,

    International

    3.

    Bioadsorbent:Removal of anionic surfactant(SDS) from waste water

    3rd International congress of environmental research16

    16-18 September 2010,

    University of Mauritius, reduit

    .

    International

    4.

    Renewal technology of surfactants by bio-adsorption

    International Symposium on Research in Basic Sciences “expanding Horizons in sciences”,

     

    20-21 February , 2011

    Maharaja Ranjeet Singh College, Indore.

    International

    5.

    .Rapid, reliable and validated method to remove SDS from waste water of Durg Bhilai region by using natural bio-adsorbat

     

    National workshop on pollution of ground water around industrial clusters: Mitigation and management on

    23 Feb 2011

    Centralground water board, NCCR, Raipur

    National

    6.

    Removal of anionic surfactant from waste water by natural bioadsorbant

    National Seminar  on Frontiers in chemistry 2011, under the special Assistance programme of UGC and Celebration of International year of Chemistry 2011,

    14-16 March 2011,

     

    North Bengal University, Darjeeling (WB).

    National

    7.

    Design and development of mosquito repelling machine fogger.

    14th Asian Chemical Congress.

     

    5-8 September2011,

    Chemical Society, Thailand Bangkok, Thailand

    International

    8.

    “Chemistry our Future our life “

    National Seminar on IYC 2011 st Thomas college , Bhilai , 24th Sep 2011.

     

    24th Sep 2011

    st Thomas college , Bhilai

    National

    9.

    Medicinal Plant as Natural Bioadsorbent

    National Seminar On Medicinal Plant and waste water  Under UGC Sap scheme

    10th December 2011

    Govt. Digvijay College , Rajnandgaon

    National

    10.

    Air pollution and its effect

    Seminar On Advances in Chemical Technology

     

    16th December 2011.

    Dr C V Raman University, Bilaspur

    National

    11.

    Present Educational scenario

    International Conference ,Dynamics of 21st Century Communications  ,

     

    19-20th Dec 2012

     

    SSSM, Hudco , Bhilai

    By Department of Education dated

    International

    12.

    Natural adsorbent: Removal of anionic surfactant from grey water & its comparison with chemical adsorbent

    International conference on Energy environment & Sustainable Economy 

    7-8 th December 2013

    Bangkok, Thailand , under SCIE , Australia n Agencies of Commerce Science & Society

    International

    13.

    Micellization of some bile surfactant in binary aqueous solvent mixture

    Recent trends in applied Sciences with Engineering Applications”

    April 26th- 28th, 2013,

    Truba Engineering Institute , Bhopal

     

    International

    14.

    Present scenario of IT trends

    National Seminar Recent IT Trends”

    19th and 20th Sep. 2014,

    Sponsored by Chhattisgarh council of Science and technology, Raipur (C.G.) MJ college Bhilai

    National

    15.

    Chemical safety & EIA

    Workshop on “Academic collaboration Program in Environmental Science”.

     

    14th Dec. 2016

    Chulaongkorn University Bangkok,

    International

    16.

    Solid waste management

    State level seminar on “waste management-issues & options”  

    24th Jan. 2017.

     

    CEC Durg

    State level

    17

    Study of uranium contamination & its health effect in ground water of balod district of chhattisgarh  state  india

     Conference on Advancements& Globalization of chemical sciences for man, Material & environment

    9-10 March 2018

    CVRU,

    Bilaspur

    National level

    18

    Bioinformatics

    Workshop on emerging trends in computer science

    5-6 March

    2018

    M.J. College, Bhilai

    State level

    19 Chemical Characterisation of few medicinal plants of Chhattisgarh State               

    International Symposia on water, energy and environment for sustainable development goals

    25th Sep 2018

    Institute of Science & Technology Dr CVRU, Bilaspur

    International
    20 Guidelines on Intellectual Property Rights   30th March 2019 SSIPMT, Raipur State level
    21 Radiation- A Fact of Life TEQIP-III 15-06-2019 SSTC, Bhilai State level
    22 Desh me uranium ke Blue Print ki sthiti Rasayan Shikshan me Vaigyanik tatha takniki shabdavali 8-9 Nov 2019 Maharaja Ranjit Singh college National
    23 A talk on Patent Filing  in Science Workshop on Patent Filing in Science 27 March 2021 St.Thomas College Bhilai State Level
    24 Chemical Properties of Soil Workshop Soil Analysis  18 May 2021 St.Thomas College Bhilai State Level
    25 Physiochemical And Microbiological Parameter of Drinking water Physicochemical Parameter of Water  15 Days value added course 14 July 2022 Swami Swaroopanad Sarasvati Mahavidyalaya State Level

    Books Authored

    S. No.

    Name of Book

    Co-authors

    Publisher

    Year of Publication

    1.

    Analytical Studies of Antidepressants Drugs

    Pankaj Soni

    Scholar Press Germany ISBN   978-   

                        3639702637

    Scholar Press Germany ISBN   978-   

                            3639702637

     

    2013

    2.

    Study of impact of road construction on forest environment

     

    Anil Kumar Thakur, Arun Arora

    Scholar Press Germany ISBN   978-  3659106675

    2016

    3 Spatial distribution of uranium and associated water quality parameters in drinking water in six districts (Durg ,Rajnandgaon ,Balod,Bemetara,Kabirdham ,Kanker ) of Chhattisgarh  Santosh K. Sar    2019
    4

     Challenges and Advances in Pharmaceutical Research Vol. 1

    Study about Cefadroxil Antibiotics by an Analytical Method
    Jayati Chatterjee, Neena Rai , Santosh K. Sar

    Chemical and  Process Engineering Research

    e ISBN : 978-93-5547-550-3
    April 2022

    Copyright/ Patent Detail:

    Number

    Country

    Title

    Year

    Stataus

    CBR32389

     

     

    India

    Intermediate Pyrolysis of Medicinal plants

    2017

     

    Published

    14184/2017-CO/SW

    India

    Automated vehicle monitoring system using android

    2018

    Registered

    201721018569 India Front Wheel Drive System for Motorcycle 2018 Publish-ed
    SW-12167/2019 India Automatic toilet/urinalflush system 2019 Publish-ed
    SW-12926/2019 India Biometric Vehicle Ignition System 2019 Published
    202121003361 India  Plant Mediatedb Magnetic Bio Adsorbent For Extraction of the Uranyl ions from water  2021 Published

     Research Project Undertaken/Going on

    S. No.

    Name of Research Project

    Co-Investigator

    Funding Agency/Amount

    Status

    1.

    GIF Oxidation of some activated Alcohal and Ketones

    -

    Employee of Inha University, Republic of South Korea under

    Brain Korea ministry of education

    International

    2.

    Design & Development of Herbal Mosquito Repellent /Fogger machine and its technology

     

    -Dr.Santosh K.Sar

    Department of State Medicinal Plant Board,

    Govt of Chhattisgarh, Raipur

    National

    3.

    Herbal Mosquito Repellent /Fogger machine and its technology

    -Dr.Santosh K.Sar

    All India council for technical education, New Delhi

    National

    4.

    Design & Development of adsorbent for removal of surfactant from waste water bodies

    -

    Chhattisgarh Council of Science & Technology

    National

    5.

    Spatial distribution of Uranium & associated water quality parameters in Durg & five nearby districts

    Chanda Verma

    Board of research in nuclear sciences (BRNS)

    National

    6 Health risk assessment and remediation technique for uranium contamination in ground water of Durg and near by District Chhattisgarh Dr Pradeep Kumar Ghosh  TEQIP-III National

     Membership:            

    • Life Member & Joint Secretary Society for Ecological and Environmental Development, Bhilai
    • Life Member Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkatta
    • Fellow Member International Society for Chemistry and Environment, Indore FW/S-5079
    • Life Member Red Cross Society, Durg           
    •  Life member Indian Society for surface science & technology , Jhadavpur University , Kolkata
    • Fellow Member International Science congress Association.
    • Life member of meteorological society of India.
    • Life member of American chemical society.