SHRI G. S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, INDORE

Govt. Aided Autonomous Institute Estd. In 1952, NIRF Ranked Institute | Affiliated to RGPV, Bhopal & DAVV, Indore

Department of Applied Chemistry

SHRI G. S. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY & SCIENCE, INDORE

Govt. Aided Autonomous Institute Estd. In 1952, | Affiliated to RGPV, Bhopal & DAVV, Indore | "NIRF Ranked Institute"

Department of Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology

Dr. Nitin S. Sapre

Designation: Professor 
Employee ID: 1400305
Qualification: Ph.D.(Chemistry), Postdoc(Computational Chemistry, UC Davis & U Mississippi

: Detailed Profile
About Faculty: 1. Professor (Selected) and Head, Department of Applied Chemistry, SGSITS, Indore (Oct 2006 to date) During the tenure as Professor I was entrusted with the additional responsibility of Heading the Department, apart from teaching, which was started with restructuring of curriculum to development of new infrastructure for laboratories. The department was developed by renovating, starting from installing new flooring to procurement of new advanced instruments including Atomic Absorption (Schimadzu), Rheometer (Brookfield), FTIR (Metrohm), Trace element analyzer (Thermo Nicolet) and Coulometer (Thermo Nicolet). I have developed a new advanced instrumentation lab in the department. During this tenure Laptops, Computer Systems, LCD Projector were procured for computational chemistry laboratory. Also, new Molecular Modeling software was procured for this lab. The details of research are given separately. 2. Reader (Selected) Organic Chemistry, School of Chemical Sciences, DA University Indore. Oct. 2000–Oct. 2006. During this period I undertook teaching to postgraduate students of School of Chemical Sciences, DAVV and encouraged them to undertake higher studies in Chemistry. The students were encouraged to appear in exams including NET, GATE, GRE etc. for which proper guidance was provided.
Education and Qualification:
S.No.    Degree Institute/University Specialization
1.

   M.Sc.

DAVV, INDORE, 1986 (X Position in Merit)

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

2.

   Ph.D.

DAVV, INDORE, 1991

STUDIES ON METAL SALICYLHYDROXAMATES

3.

   POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATE

UNIV. OF MISSISSIPPI, USA, 2002-2003

COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

4.

   POST DOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW

UNIV. OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS, USA, 2000-2001

COMPUTATIONAL CHEMISTRY

5.

   PGDCA

MLC UNIV BHOPAL

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS

Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDate of Joining
 1.  Shri G.S. Institute of Technology and Science Professor and Head Applied Chemistry 04/10/2006 
2. Devi Ahilya Vishvavidyalaya, Indore Reader School of Chemical Sciences 05/10/2000
3. Devi Ahilya Vishvavidyalaya, Indore Lecturer School of Chemical Sciences 06/10/1989
Research Details: Pursuing research in the field of
1. Computational Chemistry
2. Computer Aided Drug Design
3. Protein Modeling
4. QSAR/QSPR/QSTR
PhD Supervision:
List of Ph.D. Candidates
  1. Arun Sikarwar: Studies on Spectra of Graphs of a series of Salicylhydroxamic acids. 2001
  2. Mamta Vyas: Modeling of Structure Activity Relationship: Studies on Bioactive Organic Systems. 2003.
  3. Ms. Swagata Gupta: Structure Based Drug Design Studies on HIV-1 Inhibitors: A Computational Modeling Approach 2010.
  4. Ms. Nilanjana Pancholi: Computational Molecular Modeling Studies on Anti–HIV1 Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors 2011
  5. Urmila Rahuvanshi: Computational Modeling Studies on some Anti HIV-1 Analogous : A Docking and Virtual Screening Approach 2015
  6. Divya Dubey: Computational Methods in Drug Design: Molecular Modeling, Virtual Screening and Pattern Recognition Studies on HIV-1 Inhibitors and Proteins. 2015
  7. Taranh Bhati (Tomar ): In Silico Profiling of Lead Candidates: Computational Modeling Studies on Anti HIV-1 Analogous. 2015
List of M.Phil. Candidates Supervised for their Degree
  1. Miss Vandana Kelkar (1990 ) :Molecular Symmetry Point Group: A System Simulation
  2. Neena Jain (1991) Graph Theoretical Studies on Chemical Clusters: Some Topological Properties of Formation of Acetohydroxamic Acid.
  3. Miss Ranjana Agrawal (1991) Graph Theoretical Studies on Chemical Clusters: Topological Spectrum of Formohydroxamic Acid.
  4. B. Narayan Reddy (1992) Graph Theoretical Studies: A Study on Chemical Appliactions of Topology.
  5. M. Manoranjani (1992) Graph Theoretical Studies: Topological Study on some Alkyl Benzohydroxamates.
  6. S. Bharagava (1993) Graph Theoretical Studies on Substituted Triazines.
  7. A Pitambaran (1993) Graph Theoretical Studies on Some Substituted Pyrimidines
Publications:

List of Publications (Journal Papers, Conferences: Presented/Accepted)

 A. Journal Publications 

 

1.
In silico de novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1 : Functional Group Based Computational Molecular Modeling Approach
Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre
Indian Journal of Chemistry – 59A, 1484-1493, 2020

2.
De Novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1: A Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening Approach
Urmila Raghunvashi and Nitin Sapre
Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, 24(5) 101-111, 2020

3.
In silico de novo design of novel NNRTIs: a bio-molecular modelling approach.
Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre,
RSC Advances, 5, 14814-14827, 2015 (No. of Citations: 11)

 4.
Design of Novel Leads: Ligand based Computational Modeling Studies on Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTIs) of HIV-1
Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata A Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre,
Molecular Biosystems (RSC), 315-325, 10, 2014 (No. of Citations: 07)

         5.        
Hybrid QSAR Studies on Dihydro-alkoxy-benzyl-oxopyrimidines (DABO) derivatives: A LigandBased Drug Design (LBDD) Approach
Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata A Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Vandana Rajopadhyay, Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divys Dubey and Tarang Bhati,
International Journal of Chemistry 55-76, 2(1), 2013

           6.      
Ligand based 3D-QSAR modelling studies on 2-Amino-6-aryl sulfonylbenzonitriles (AASBN) as Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1
Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata A Gupta, Neelima Sapre,
RSC Advances, 10442-10451,  2013(No. of Citations: 08)

 7.
Computational modeling studies on anti-HIV-1 non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibition by dihydroalkoxybenzyloxopyrimidines analogues: an electrotopological atomistic approach
Nitin S. Sapre, Tarang Bhati, Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi, Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divya Dubey, Vandana Rajopadhyay, Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Biophysical Chemistry, 361-372, 2011 (No. of Citations: 05)

8.
A Group Center Overlap based Approach for '3D QSAR' studies on TIBO Derivatives.
Nitin S. Sapre, Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Computational Chemistry 30(6) 922-933, 2009 (No. of Citations: 13)

9.
Computational Modeling of Substitution Effect on anti HIV-1 NNRTIs: Applicability of Kier Hall Electrotopological State (E-State) Index
Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre,
Internet Electronic Journal of Molecular Design 7, 55-67, 2008. ISSN 1538-6414 (No. of Citations: 04)

10.
Molecular docking studies on Tetrahydroimidazo-[4,5,1-jk][1,4]-benzodiazepinone (TIBO) Derivatives as HIV-1NNRT inhibitors
Nitin S. Sapre, Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Computer Aided Molecular Design, 22, 69-80, 2008 (No. of Citations: 17)
 
11.
Computational Modeling of Tetrahydroimidazo-[4,5,1-jk][1,4]-benzodiazepinone (TIBO) derivatives: An Atomistic Drug Design Approach using Kier–Hall Electrotopological State (E–state) Indices.
Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Computational Chemistry 29(11), 1699-1706, 2008 (No. of Citations: 17)
 
12.
Data Mining using Template-based Molecular Docking on Tetrahydroimidazo-[4,5,1-jk][1,4]-benzodiazepinone (TIBO) Derivatives as HIV-1RT inhibitors,
Nitin S. Sapre, Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Molecular Modeling 14(11) 1009-1021,2008 (No. of Citations: 03)

13.
Assessing Ligand Efficiencies using Template-based Molecular docking and Tabu-clustering on Tetrahydroimidazo-[4,5,1-jk][1,4]-Benzodiazepinone (TIBO) Derivatives as HIV-1RT inhibitors
Nitin S. Sapre, Swagata Gupta and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Chemical Sciences 120(4)2008 (No. of Citations: 13)
 
14.
2-Dimensional Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Modeling Study of Glycine/ N-methyl-D-aspartate Antagonist Inhibition: Genetic Function Approximation vis-à-vis Multiple Linear Regression Methods.
Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Guptaand Arun Sikarwar,
Acta Chemica Slovanica, 54, 797-804, 2007 (No. of Citations: 10)
15.
Molecular Modeling studies on 2-Amino-6-arylsulfonylbenzonitrile Analogues (AASBN) as Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTIs) of HIV-1: A QSPR Approach
Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Arun Sikarwar and Neelima Sapre,
Journal of Chemical Sciences, (formerly Proceeding of Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore)Vol. 119(6), 625–630, 2007. (No. of Citations: 07)

16.
QSAR and QSPR studies with principle eigen value of distance matrix
Arun Sikarwar, Nitesh Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta and Nitin S. Sapre,
Material Science Research Journal, 1(4) 153-156, 2007.

17.
A Comparative QSAR Study on 2-Amino-6-arylsulfonylbenzonitrile Analogues (AASBN) as Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTIs) of HIV-1
Nilanjana Pancholi, Nitin S. Sapre
Asian Journal of Chemistry 19, 1251-1261, 2007

18.
A QSPR study on salicylhydroxamic acids using Szeged index (Sz).   
NS Sapre, Arun Sikarwar, Padmakar V Khadikar,
Oxidation Communications 24(1), 38-47, 2001. (No. of Citations: 01)
 
19. 
QSAR modeling of salicylhydroxamic acid derivatives using Balaban index (J).   
NS Sapre, Arun Sikarwar, Padmakar V Khadikar,
Oxidation Communications 24(1), 28-37, 2001.  (No. of Citations: 05)
 
20.
A Comparative QSAR Study Using Wiener, Szeged and Molecular Connectivity Indices
M Mandloi, A Sikarwar, Nitin Sapre, Sneha Karmarkar and PV Khadikar,
Journal of Chemical Information and Computer Science, 40(1), 57-62, 2000. (No. of Citations: 38)

21.
Estimation of g-tensor of metal chelates using Wiener index.
PV Khadikar, NS Sapre, V. Agrawal and S. Kumar,
Indian Journal Of Chemistry Section A-Inorganic Bio-Inorganic Physical Theoretical & Analytical Chemistry, 39(N4), 386-388, 2000. (No. of Citations: 05)
22. 
The Study of Inhibition of DNA Synthesis by hydroxyuerea(s)
VK Agrawal, S. Bano, KC Mathur, PV Khadikar, S. Karmarkar, M. Mandloi and NS Sapre
Proceeding of Indian Academy of Sciences (Bangalore) 111(6), 697-708, 1999.

23.
A Comparative Study of the Wiener, Schultz and Szeged indices of cycloalkanes.
PV Khadikar, I Gutman, NS Sapre and others,
J. Serb. Chem. Soc., 62, 235-239, 1997. (No. of Citations: 25)

24.
Vibrational spectra, Thermodynamic functions and Mean Amplitude of Vibration for 3-nitrosalicylhydroxamic acid.
PV Khadikar, T Ghadirian, S Joshi, NS Sapre, S Karmarkar, S Karmarkar and B Pol, 
Chemica Acta Turcica, 22, 189-208, 1994.

25.
Thermal behaviour of salicylhydroxamic acids. Kinetic of Debrominations and decomposition of bromosalicylhydroxamate.
PV Khadikar, T Ghadirian and NS Sapre,
Revue Roumaine Dechemie 38, 1339-1350, 1993. (No. of Citations: 02)

26.
Dehydration kinetics of Copper(II)-chelates of Salicylhydrazide: A Thermogravimetric study.
PV Khadikar, T Ghadirian, P Suri and NS Sapre ,
Thermochimica Acta, 157, 203-213 1990. (No. of Citations: 01)
 
27.
Electron Spin Resonance studies on some Metal Salicylhydroxamates.
PV Khadikar, SM Ali, NS Sapre and B Pol,
Acta Chimica Hungarica, 125(5), 757-762, 1988. (No. of Citations: 02)
 
28.
Thermal decomposition of malato-aquo complex of Thallium(III). The mechanism of Thermal decomposition of Thallium(III)-malate trihydrate.
PV Khadikar and NS Sapre ,
Thermochimica Acta, 128, 55-68, 1988.
 
















































































































B. Participation and Scholarly Presentations in Conferences (Presented/Accepted)
 
B.I. International (17)

 

1.

In Silico Design of Novel NNRTIs: A Pharmacophore Based Molecular Modeling Approach

Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre

International Conference on Drug Discovery, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 8-10April 2017

2.

De novo in silico design of novel NNRTIs of HIV-1: A computational modeling approach,
Nitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Oral presentation at MOLECULAR MODELING IN CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY MolMod2016

3.

QSAR, docking and virtual screening studies on NNRTIs of HIV-1

Priyanka Mishra, Urmila Raguvanshi, Neha Gupta, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Swagata Gupta and Nitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Oral presentation at Molecular Modeling In Chemistry And Biochemistry MolMod2016

4.

Computer Aided Drug Design: Design of Novel NNRTIs of HIV-1

Nitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Oral Presentation at First SQU Conference on Recent Trends in Drug Design, 2015

5.

Molecular Docking Studies on Non Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1: A Datamining Approach

Nilanjana Pancholi andNitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Poster Presentation at First SQU Conference on Recent Trends in Drug Design, 2015

6.

In Silico CADD Studies On Acylthiocarbamate Derivatives

Urmila Raghvuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Poster Presentation at First SQU Conference on Recent Trends in Drug Design, 2015

7.

Computational Modelling of Substitution effect on anti-HIV-1 Non Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors: Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship Application of Kier-Hall Electrotopological State (E-state) Index.

Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Panchoi, Nitin S. Sapre, Arun Sikarwar

Poster, First International Conference on Chemoinformatics, NCL Pune 2007

8.

A Comparative Modeling Study of Glycine/NMDA Antagonist Inhibition: Study of Effect of Substitutions Using Kier-Hall E-State Index

Nilanjana Panchoi, Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre, Arun Sikarwar

Poster, First International Conference on Chemoinformatics, NCL Pune 2007

9.

Computational Modelling Studies on 2-Amino 6-aryl-sulphonylbenzonitriles as Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1: A QSPR Approach.

Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Pancholi

Accepted for presentation at World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society Conference MCBC06, Cavtat, Croatia June 12-14 2006.

10.

2D and 3D QSAR studies on some Antibacterial Organic System: A Molecular Orbital and CoMFA-CoMSIA Approach.

Nitin S. Sapre and Arun Sikarwar

Poster, Third INDO-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Duluth, August: 2-7, 2003.

11.

2D and 3D Modeling of Carcinogens: A comparative study using GFA, MLR, CoMFA and CoMSIA.

Nitin S. Sapre

Poster, Third INDO-US Workshop on Math. Chem., Univ. of Minnesota, Duluth, Aug. 2-7 2003.

12.

Computational modeling studies on anti tumor activity of bis-acridines against Murine 388 leukemia cells, Murine Lewis lung cells (LLc) and Human Jurkat leukemia wild-type cells(JLc): A graph theoretical approach.

Nitin S. Sapre

Accepted for Poster Presentation in the Division of Computers in Chemistry for the 226th ACS National Meeting, New York, NY, September 7-11, 2003 in New York.

13.

2D And 3D QSAR Modeling of Anti-HIV-1 TIBO Derivatives: A Comparative Study Using ANN and Multiple Linear Regression Methods.

MA Avery and Nitin S. Sapre

Oral presentation in Computers in Chemistry Division's program at the 225th ACS National Meeting in New Orleans from March 23-27, 2003.

14.

2D QSAR Modeling of NMDA Derivatives: A Comparative Study Using GFA and Multiple Linear Regression Methods.

MA Avery and Nitin S. Sapre

Oral presentation in Computers in Chemistry Division's program at the 225th ACS National Meeting in New Orleans from March 23-27, 2003.

15.

Comparative studies of Wiener, Randic, Szeged, Balaban and Schultz MTI on some Organic Systems.

Nitin S Sapre

Accepted for presentation at Harry Wiener International Conference on the Role of Topology in Chemistry, March 20-24, 2001, University of Georgia Athens, Georgia.

16.

A Comparative QSAR study on some Anti HIV-1 drugs

Nitin S. Sapre

Oral Presentation, Second INDO-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Duluth, May 30th-June 3rd 2000.

17.

Correlation Potential of Wiener vis-à-vis Szeged Index : Matrix Determinant and Eigen Values of monocyclic Molecules.

NS Sapre and PV Khadikar

Poster, First Indo-US Workshop on Mathematical Chemistry, Santiniketan W.B., INDIA, Jan 1998

 
 
B.II. National (27):
 
1.  
De Novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1: A Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening Approach
Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation at 107 Indian Science Congress, Jan. 2020.
 
2.  
Appraising ligand proficiencies by performing template-based molecular docking on Acylthiocarbamates (ATC) derivatives as HIV-1RT Inhibitors.
Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation at 107 Indian Science Congress, Jan. 2020.
3.  
Homology modelling studies on 1JLA : Structural Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Receptor Protein
Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Deepika Geedkar and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 23rd CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry, (CRSI-NSC-23) IISER Bhopal 13-15 July 2018.
 
4.  
Modelling Studies on Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Receptor Protein (1JLQ): A Homology Modelling Approach
Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata Gupta, Deepika Geedkar and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 23rd CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry, (CRSI-NSC-23) IISER Bhopal 13-15 July 2018.
 
5.  
HIV-1 Protease Proteins: A Comparative Computational Modelling Study
Deepika Geedkar , Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata Gupta and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 23rd CRSI National Symposium in Chemistry, (CRSI-NSC-23) IISER Bhopal 13-15 July 2018.
 
6.  
Computational Modeling Studies on Protease Proteins of HIV-1
Deepika Geedkar, Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata Gupta and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 22ndCRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, PRU, Raipur1-4 Feb. 2018
7.  
Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 22nd CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, PRU, Raipur 1-4 Feb. 2018
8.  
Design of Novel NNRTIs of HIV-1: A Ligand based Computational Modeling Approach
Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 8th MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, NEIST, Jorhat, 10th-12th July 2014
9.  
Pharmacophore Based Computational Molecular Modeling Studies on AASBN as NNRTIs of HIV-1: Studies on AASBN derivatives
Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi)b, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 8th MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, NEIST, Jorhat, 10th-12th July 2014
 
10.
A Pharmacophore Based Molecular Modeling Studies on Acylthiocarbamates (ATC) HIV-1 Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors
Urmila Raghuvanshi, Swagata Gupta and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 8th MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, NEIST, Jorhat, 10th-12th July 2014
 
11. 
Template-based Molecular docking studies followed by Tabu-Clustering- An Efficient Tool for Datamining.
Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 15 CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, BHU Varanasi, 31 Jan. 2013-03 Feb 2013
12.
Ligand-Protein interaction studies on NNRTIs of HIV-1 using a Simple Docking Approach: A Comparison of DABO and AASBN derivatives.
Nilanjana Jain(Pancholi), Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 15 CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, BHU Varanasi, 31 Jan. 2013-03 Feb 2013
13.
2D QSAR, 3D QSAR and Docking Studies on SJ3366 congeners as NNRTIs of HIV-1
Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divya Dubey, Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Neelima Sapre, Vandana Rajopadhyay and Nitin S. Sapre
Accepted for Poster Presentation 12 MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, CDRI Lucknow, 21-22 July 2012
14.
Molecular Modelling Studies on some HDAC Inhibitors: A Pharmacophore based approach
Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Neelima Sapre
Accepted for Poster Presentation 12 MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, CDRI Lucknow, 21-22 July 2012
15.
Pharmacophore based Modelling studies on 1-[(2-hydroxyethoxy) methyl]-6-(phenylthio) thymine (HEPT) : A class of Non-nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors (NNRTIs) of HIV-1
Nilanjana Jain (Panholi), Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre, Neelima Sapre
Accepted for Poster Presentation MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, CDRI Lucknow, 21-22 July 2012
16.
Docking Studies On Dabo Derivative With Hiv-1 Proteins: A Score Based Assessment Of Binding Affinities.
Tarang Bhati, Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divya Dubey, Vandana Rajopadhyay, Nilanjana Pancholi, Neelima Sapre, Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre, Poster Presentation First Zonal Meeting of CRSI, NCL Pune, 13-14 May 2011
 
17.
Comparative Molecular Modelling Studies Of DABO Analogues Using Graph Theoretical And Kier-Hall Electrotopological State Indices: A Ligand Based Approach.
Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divya Dubey, Vandana Rajopadhyay, Tarang Bhati, Nilanjana Pancholi, Neelima Sapre, Swagata Gupta, Nitin S. Sapre, Poster Presentation First Zonal Meeting of CRSI, NCL Pune, 13-14 May 2011
18.
Structure Based Drug Design Studies: Novel Applications to Ligand-Protein Interactions.
Urmila Raghuvanshi,  Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi),Tarang Bhati , Divya Dubey Vandana Rajopadhyay,Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster at National Conference on Green Chemistry and Enviourment, Department of Chemistry, Mata Jija Bai Govt. Girls’ P.G. College, Indore (M.P.), 8-9 Oct. 2011
19.    
Protein –Ligand Interaction Modeling Studies on Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV-1) Agents using a Group Center Overlap based Approach.
Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Jain (Pancholi), Tarang Bhati, Urmila Raghuvanshi, Divya Dubey, Vandana Rajopadhyay,Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster at National Conference on Green Chemistry and Enviourment, Department of Chemistry, Mata Jija Bai Govt. Girls’ P.G. College, Indore (M.P.), 8-9 Oct. 2011
20.
In-Silico Modeling Studies on Dihydroalkoxybenzyloxopyrimidines (DABOs) Derivatives as NNRT Inhibitors of HIV-1
Tarang Bhati, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 12 MID CRSI, National Symposium in Chemistry, IICT Hyderabad, 4-7 Feb 2010
21.
Template-based Molecular Docking studies on 2-amino-6-arylsulphonylbenzonitriles as non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors of HIV-1
Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre
Poster Presentation 12 MID CRSI, Nat.  Symposium in Chem, IICT Hyderabad, 4-7 Feb 2010
 
22.
Molecular docking studies on 5-alkyl-2-alkylamino-6-(2,6-difluorophenylalkyl)-3,4 dihydropyrimidin-4(3H)-ones as nonnucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors of HIV-1
Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre.
Poster, National Symposium in Chemistry NSC11, NCL Pune, 6-8 February 2009.
23.
Structure Based Drug Design Studies on HIV-1 Non Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors: A Datamining approach
Swagata Gupta, Nilanjana Pancholi, Neelima Sapre and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster, National Symposium in Chemistry NSC11, NCL Pune, 6-8 February 2009.
24.
Simple Docking studies on dihydroalkoxybenzyloxopyrimidine (DABO) analogues as Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1
Tarang Bhati, Nilanjana Pancholi, Swagata Gupta, Shikha Gupta,  Urmila Raghuvanshi, Neelima Sapre, Nitin S. Sapre
Poster, National Symposium in Chemistry 4 MID CRSI, Indore  24th July 2009
25.
Computational Modeling Studies on Anti-HIV-1 Compounds
Nitin S. Sapre
Invited Talk,  First International Conference on Chemoinformatics, NCL Pune 2007
26.
Molecular Modelling Studies on 2-Amino 6-aryl-sulphonylbenzonitriles as Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1.
Nilanjana Pancholi and Nitin S. Sapre
Poster, National Symposium in Chemistry NSC8, IIT Bombay, 3-5 February 2006.
 
27.
Molecular descriptors for structure property studies.
PV Khadikar and NS Sapre
Oral Presentation, 64th Annual Session of The National Academy of Sciences, Punjab Agriculture University, Chandigarh (Sept-Oct. 1994).
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Education and Qualification:
S.No.  Degree Specialization Year University
 1. PGDESD  Environment and Sustainable Development 2012 IGNOU, New Delhi
 2. PGDEMA  Education Management and Administration 2021 IGNOU, New Delhi
 3. PhD Chemistry 2008  Barkatullah University Bhopal (MP)
4. M.Sc Organic Chemistry 1997 Barkatullah University Bhopal (MP)
5. B.Sc Botany, Zoology and Chemistry 1995 Dr. Hari Singh Gour University Sagar (MP)
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
 1            
Research Details: Area of Research Interest: Organic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry (Special interest in the removal of heavy metals), wastewater treatment,  nanomaterials
Publications: List of Publications 

1. Aziz, F., Gupta, N., Soni, G. G., & Kushwah, K. K. (2021). Contrasting effects of mismatch strain on the magnetic behavior of undoped and doped bafeo3-δ thin films. Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, 517, 167338.
2. Eugenia jambolana lam. seed as an adsorbent: Evaluation of adsorptive characteristics for Cr (vi) from aqueous solution. (2019). International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 8(4), 1260–1265.
3. Nihore, A., Aziz, F., Oswal, N., Jain, P., Subohi, O., & Gupta, N. (2019). Synthesis and characterization of copper doped nickel ferrite prepared by sol-gel method. Materials Today: Proceedings, 18, 3651–3656.
4. Gupta, A. N., & Nitish. (2018). Groundnut husk (arachis hypogaea) as an adsorbent: Evaluation of adsorptive characteristics for cr (vi) from aqueous solution. ACCENT JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS ECOLOGY & ENGINEERING, 3(9), 1–7.
5. Rana, S., Gupta, N., & Rana, R. (2018). Removal of organic pollutant with the use of rotating biological contactor. Materials Today: Proceedings, 5(2), 4218–4224.
6. Gupta, N., & Sen, R. (2017). Kinetic and equilibrium modelling of cu (ii) adsorption from aqueous solution by chemically modified groundnut husk (arachis hypogaea). Journal of environmental chemical engineering, 5(5), 4274–4281.
7. Nitish Gupta, K. K. K. (2017). Neelgiri bark as an adsorbent: Evaluation of adsorptive characteristics for Pb (ii) from aqueous solution. International Journal of Current Trends in Engineering & Technology, 3(6), 476–480.
8. Nitish Gupta, R. R., Pranat Jain, & Shrivastava, S. (2017). Current development in synthesis and characterization of nickel ferrite nanoparticle. Materials Today: Proceedings, 4, 342–349.
9. Sen, R., Jain, P., Patidar, R., Srivastava, S., Rana, R., & Gupta, N. (2015). Synthesis and characterization of nickel ferrite (nife2o4) nanoparticles prepared by sol-gel method. Materials Today: Proceedings, 2(4-5), 3750–3757.
10. Gupta, N. (2014). Biosorption of pb (ii) ions from aqueous solutions by pre-treated biomass of orange peel. International Journal of Engineering Technology, Management and Applied Sciences, 2(3), 1–16.
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Dr. Urmila Raghuvanshi

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
  • Employee ID: 675
  • Qualification: Ph.D.
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Education and Qualification:
 S.No. Degree Specialization Year University
 1.  PhD   2016 DAVV, Indore
 2.  M.Phil   2010 VM University, Salem, Tamil Nadu
 3.  B.Ed.    2006 DAVV, Indore
4. M.Sc   2005 DAVV, Indore
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
 1            
Research Details:

Area of Research Interest:

My area of research interest is Computational chemistry. The research work entails Drug Design/Discovery using a variety of molecular modeling methods such as:

  • Computational Chemistry
  • Computer-Aided Drug Design
  • Quantitative Structure Activi-/Proper-/Toxici- Relationships(QSAR/PR/TR)
  • Molecular Docking
  • Virtual Screening
Protein Modeling
Publications: List of Publications (International and National Journals)

1. U. Raghuvanshi N. S. Sapre ‘In silico de novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1 : Functional Group Based Computational Molecular Modeling Approach’ Indian Journal of Chemistry Sec-A, October 2020, 59A, 1484-1493.    
2. U. Raghuvanshi, N. S. Sapre De Novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1: A Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening Approach,  Res. J. Chem. Environ. 2020, 24 (5), 101-111.
3. U. Raghuvanshi N. S. Sapre, N. Jain(Pancholi), S. Gupta, N. Sapre, V. Rajopadhyay, D. Dubey, T. Bhati, Hybrid QSAR studies on Dihydro-alkoxy-benzyl-oxopyrimidines (DABO) derivatives: A Ligand Based Drug Design (LBDD) Approach, International Journal of Chemistry, 2013, 2(1), 55 -76.
4. U. Raghuvanshi N. S. Sapre, T. Bhati, S. Gupta, N. Pancholi, D. Dubey, V.Rajopadhyay, N. Sapre, Computational modeling studies on anti-HIV-1 non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibition by dihydroalkoxybenzyloxopyrimidines analogues: an electrotopological atomistic approach, Journal of Biophysical Chemistry, 2011, 2(3), 361-372.

Technical Papers –International /National Conferences

1. Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre, De Novo Design of NNRTIs of HIV-1: A Molecular Docking and Virtual Screening Approach.  107th Indian Science Congress, University of Agricultural Sciences, GKVK Campus, Bangalore, Karnataka 3-7th January, 2020.
2. Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre, Appraising  ligand proficiencies by performing template-based molecular docking on Acylthiocarbamates (ATC) derivatives as HIV-1RT inhibitors, Women’s Science Congress, GKVK Campus, Bangalore, Karnataka, 3-7th January, 2020.
3. Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre, 'In Silico Design Of Novel Nnrtis Via Molecular Docking Studies on (Acyl Thiocarbamates) ATC Derivatives, 22nd CRSI NATIONAL SYMPOSIUM IN CHEMISTRY, RAIPUR, 01-04th FEBURARY, 2018
4. Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre, 'In Silico Design Of Novel Nnrtis: A Pharmacophore Based Molecular Modeling Approach', INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON DRUG DESIGN, JAVAHARLAL NEHRU UNIVERSITY, DELHI, 07-09th APRIL, 2017.
5. Urmila Raghuvanshi and Nitin S. Sapre, A pharmacophore based molecular modeling studies on Acylthiocarbamates (ATC) HIV-1 Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors. 8th CRSI national symposium in chemistry, CSIR-NEIST Jorhat, Assam and Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam, 10-12 July 2014
6. U. Raghuvanshi, D. Dubey, V. Rajopadhyay, T.Bhati, N. Pancholi, N. Sapre, S. Gupta, N. S. Sapre, Comparative Molecular Modelling Studies Of DABO Analogues Using Graph Theoretical And Kier-Hall Electrotopological State Indices: A Ligand Based Approach. First Zonal Meeting of CRSI, NCL Pune, 13-14 May 2011.
7. T. Bhati, U. Raghuvanshi, D. Dubey, V. Rajopadhyay, N. Pancholi, N. Sapre, S. Gupta, N. S. Sapre, Docking Studies On Dabo Derivative With Hiv-1 Proteins: A Score Based Assessment Of Binding Affinities, First Zonal Meeting of CRSI, NCL Pune, 13-14 May 2011.
8. U. Raghuvanshi, S. Gupta, N. Pancholi, T. Bhati,  D. Dubey, V. Rajopadhyay, N. Sapre, N. S. Sapre, Structure Based Drug Design Studies: Novel Applications to Ligand-Protein Interactions, National Conference on Green Chemistry and Environment, Mata Jija  Bai Post Graduate College, Indore, 8th & 9th Oct. 2011.
9. T. Bhati, N. Pancholi, S. Gupta, S. Gupta,  U. Raghuvanshi, N. Sapre, N. S. Sapre, Simple Docking studies on dihydroalkoxybenzyloxopyrimidine (DABO) analogues as Non-Nucleoside Reverse Transcriptase Inhibitors of HIV-1, National Symposium in Chemistry 4 MID CRSI, SGSITS, Indore 24th July 2009.
Projects:
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Ms. Roopal Vaishnav

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
  • Employee ID: 5069
  • Qualification: B.Sc.,M.Sc.
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Education and Qualification:
 S.No. Degree Specialization Year University
 1.  M.Sc  Applied Chemistry 2018  SGSITS, DAVV, Indore
 2.  B.Sc  Chemistry Honors 2016 Pacific University Udaipur, Rajasthan
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
 1. SGSITS Asst. Professor Applied Chemistry and Chemical Technology 24 months 20/8/2019 Temporary
Publications: List of Publications (International Journals)

1. Sushobhan  Chowdhury, Roopal Vaishnav, Namita Panwar, Wahajul Haq. Regioselective β-Csp3-Arylation of β-Alanine: An Approach for the Exclusive Synthesis of Diverse β- Aryl-β-amino acids. J. Org. Chem., 2019, 2512-2522.
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Mrs. Neha Gupta

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
  • Employee ID: 
  • Qualification: M.Sc., M.Phil.,Ph.D.
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Education and Qualification:
 S.No. Degree Specialization Year University
 1.  M.Phil.     Vikram University, Ujjain (M. P.)
 2. M.Sc. Applied Chemistry    SGSITS, DAVV, Indore
 3.  B.Sc.   PCM    SGSITS, DAVV, Indore
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
1. Prestige institute of
Engineering
Asst. Professor  Chemistry 5 Years 2017 Temporary
2. Indore Institute of Science &
Technology, Indore
Asst. Professor  Chemistry 6 Years 2009 Temporary
3. SGSITS, Indore Asst. Professor  Applied Chemistry 7 months 2016 Temporary
Projects:
  1. Synthesis of Nanophase Ni-Zn ferrite from Raja Raman Center of Advanced Technology,(RRCAT)   Indore
  2. Molecular Modeling on Anti diabetic Drugs from S.G.S.I.T.S Indore.

Dr. Renu Hada

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
  • Employee ID: 
  • Qualification: M.Sc., M.Phil.,Ph.D.
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Education and Qualification:
 S.No. Degree Specialization Year University
 1.  Ph.D.  Chemistry (Waste Management and Nanotechnology) 2016  University of Kota, Kota (Raj.)
 2.  M.Phil. Chemistry  2008 Vikram University, Ujjain (M. P.)
 3. M.Sc. Organic Chemistry 2006 Jiwaji University, Gwalior (M. P.)
 4.  B.Sc.   Zoology, Botany, Chemistry 2001 M.D.S. University, Ajmer (Raj.)
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
1. Uka Tarsadia University, Bardoli, Surat, Gujarat Asst. Professor  Chemistry 36 months 2015 Temporary
2. APEX International Institute of Technology, Kota Lecturer  Chemistry 12 months 2014 Temporary
3. Vardhaman Mahaveer Open University (VMOU), Kota Lecturer Chemistry  12 months 2013 Temporary
Publications: List of Publications (Journal Papers, Conferences: Presented/Accepted)

Patents

  1. A novel process for converting industrial waste fly ash into value added ferromagnetic material, 2016, patent no. 324131. 
  1. A novel solid base catalyst for microwave-assisted Knoevenagel condensation of benzaldehyde with malononitrile, 2015, patent no. 313746.
  2. Microwave irradiated phenol benzylation using perlite-based tungstophosphoric acid catalyst and a process for the preparation thereof, 2015 patent no. 307933.

Books

  1. A recent review on synthesis, potential environmental applications, and socio-economic impact of waste derived carbon nanotubes, Book chapter accepted, publisher: CRC Press (Taylor & Francis group). 2021.
  2. Book chapter- Waste-derived activated carbon as a sustainable and economical catalyst support, a book chapter, Handbook of Porous Carbon Materials, Springer Nature (Accepted) 2022.
  3. Sc. Chemistry (Previous) program, VMOU, Kota (2014).
International/National Journals
  1.  A Novel Mixed Reverse Microemulsion Route for the Synthesis of Nanosized Titania Particles, Renu Hada, Amod Amritphale, S.S. Amritphale, Savita Dixit, The Open Mineral Processing Journal, 2010, 3, 68-72.
  2.  Nanomaterials Synthesis and Effect of Granular Disorders on Electrical Behavior of Lanthanum Manganites, Avneesh Anshul, S.S.Amritphale, Sarabjeet Kaur, Renu Hada, Journal of Materials Science and Technology., 2011, 27(8), 691-695.
  3. Wide range magnetoresistance through grain size variation in Ag doped lanthanum manganite, Avneesh Anshul, S. S. Amritphale, R. Yadav, Sarabjeet Kaur, and Renu Hada, Materials Research Innovations, 2011, 15 (4) 274-278.
  4.  A Novel Synthesis Process for Making Nickel Oxide Nanoparticles, Renu Hada, Ashu Rani, Vijay Devra, S.S. Amritphale, International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2013, 3(2), 111-117.
  5.  Fly Ash Supported Scandium Triflate as an Active Recyclable Solid Acid Catalyst for Friedel-Crafts Acylation Reaction, Ashu Rani, Chitralekha Khatri, Renu Hada, Fuel Processing Technology 116 (2013) 366–373.
  6.  Surface Modification of Fly Ash for Active Catalysis, Deepti Jain, Renu Hada, and Ashu Rani, Journal of Catalysts, 2013, Article ID 723957, pg 9.
  7.  Surface Modification of Fly Ash by Thermal Activation: A DR/FTIR Study, Stuti Katara, Sakshi Kabra, Anita Sharma, Renu Hada, and Ashu Rani, International Research Journal of Pure and Applied Chemistry, 2013, 3(4), 299-307.
  8.  Synthesis, characterization, and antimicrobial study of poly (methyl methacrylate)/Ag nanocomposites, Nayma Siddiqui, Arpan Bhardwaj, Renu Hada, Vishwajeet Singh Yadav, Deepti Goyal, Vacuum, 2018, 153, 6-11.
  9.  Synthesis of NiO nanoparticles loaded fly ash catalyst via microwave assisted solution combustion method and application in hydrogen peroxide decomposition, R Hada, D Goyal, VS Yadav, N Siddiqui, A Rani - Materials Today: Proceedings, 2020, 28, 119-123
  10. Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles by Phyllanthus Emblica Plant Extract and Their Antibacterial Activity, Rajesh Kumar Meena, Rishikesh Meena, Dinesh Kumar Arya, Sapana Jadoun, Renu Hada, Roopa Kumari, Material Science Research India 2020, 17(2), 136-145.
  11.  Fly ash to solid base catalyst: Synthesis, characterization, and catalytic application, Stuti Katara, Sakshi Kabra, Deepti Goyal, Renu Hada, Anita Sharma, Ashu Rani Materials Today: Proceedings, 2021, 42, 1409-1416.
  12.  Synthesis of Nanosized Titania by Sol-Gel Route, Renu Hada, Sakshi Kabra, Stuti Katara, Ashu Rani, Vijay Devra, S. S. Amritphale, Indian Journal of Applied Research, 2013, 3(4), 49-50.
  13.  DRIFT- Spectroscopic Study of Modification of Surface Morphology of Perlite During Thermal Activation, Sakshi Kabra, Anita Sharma, Stuti Katara, Renu Hada, Ashu Rani, Indian Journal of Applied Research, 2013, 3(4), 40 - 42.
  14.  Development of green, effective, and cost-efficient perlite supported solid base catalyst and application in condensation reactions, Deepti Goyal, Priyanka, Renu Hada, Stuti Katara, Anita Bhatia, Sakshi Kabra Materials Today: Proceedings , 49, Part 8, 2022, 3717-3725.
  15. Perlite supported cobalt oxide catalyst for a series of liquid-phase esterification reactions, Deepti Goyal, Himakshi Saikia, Renu Hada, Stuti Katara, Anita Bhatia and Sakshi Kabra Malpani, Macromol, Symposia, 402, 2022, 2100369.
Other Details: Paper Review
  1. Solid Lewis Acid-Supported Pd Catalyst: An Effective Catalytic System for Hydrogenation of Aromatics at Mild Condition for ChemCatChem.
  1.  Effect of silver loading on optical and antibacterial behavior of Poly (methylmethacrylate), Oriental Journal of Chemistry.
  2. Potential of hazardous wastes encapsulation in concrete compound combination with Coal Ash and Quarry Fines additives for Environmental Science & Technology.
International and national Conferences/Workshop/Symposium
  1.  Synthesis of BaSO 4 Nanoparticles Through Reverse Microemulsion Route, Renu Hada, S.S. Amritphale, Jeeshan Khan, Sarabjeet Kaur, Navin Chandra in Indo-Russian workshop and conference on nanotechnology and laser-induced plasma 2009 (IRNANO-2009), New Delhi, 24-26 November 2009.
  2.  Synthesis of NiO Nanoparticles Through Homogeneous Precipitation, Renu Hada, S.S. Amritphale, Jeeshan Khan, Sarabjeet Kaur, Navin Chandra in Indo- Russian workshop and conference on nanotechnology and laser-induced plasma 2009 (IRNANO-2009), New Delhi, 24-26 November 2009.
  3. Synthesis of Fly Ash Supported Nanosized Titania, Renu Hada, Ashu Rani, Vijay Devra, International Workshop on Green Initiatives in Energy, Environment and Health, in New Delhi, December 2-3, 2013.
  4.  Synthesis of fly ash supported TiO 2 Photo-Catalyst from Coal Generated Fly Ash, Renu Hada, Ashu Rani, Vijay Devra, Waste, Wealth and Health (ICWWH), in Bhopal, February 15-17, 2013.
  5. Participated in Indo-Swedish Symposium on Strategic Knowledge on Climate Changes, in Kota, October 09, 2012.
  6. Synthesis of layered double hydroxides using carbon dioxide- A new way to reduce the concentration of green house gas. Vishwajeet Singh Yadav, Yashwant Kumar Mishra, Sanjay Parihar, Renu Hada in Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan conference, Indore, 1-3 December 2009.
  7.  Development of green cement using industrial waste, Sarabjeet kaur, S.S.Amritphale, Jeeshan Khan, Renu Hada, Navin Chandra in Bhartiya Vigyan Sammelan conference, Indore, 1-3 December 2009.
  8. Synthesis of TiO 2 nanoparticles by simple EG route, Renu Hada, S.S. Amritphale, Jeeshan khan, Sarabjeet Kaur, Naveen Chandra, National Conference on Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, VNIT Nagpur, 18-20 January 2010.
  9.  Synthesis of TiO 2 Nanoparticles by a New Solvent System through Sol-Gel Route, Renu Hada, Madhuri Sharma, S.S. Amritphale, Avneesh anshul, Jeeshan khan, Sarabjeet Kaur, Naveen Chandra, National Conference on Recent Trends in Materials and Devices (RTMD- 2010), Amity University, Noida, 20-22 May 2010 (Full Paper).
  10.  Synthesis and pyrolysis of Single precursors and Carbon Suit to Amorphous SiBCN, Sarabjeet Kaur, Avneesh Anshul, S.S. Amritphale, Jeeshan Khan, Renu Hada, Naveen Chandra, National Conference on Recent Trends in Materials and Devices (RTMD- 2010), Noida, 20-22 May 2010.
  11.  Development of green cement using Fly ash, Jeeshan Khan, S.S. Amritphale, Avneesh Anshul, Sarabjeet Kaur, Renu Hada, Naveen Chandra, National  Conference on Construction Materials vision 2030, New Delhi, 12-13 May,2010.
  12.  Participated in Workshop on Question Bank Repository (Chemistry), School of Science and Technology, VMOU, Kota, (Raj.), February 08-10, 2014.
  13. Presented Research Work in Annual Research Seminar, J.D.B. Government, Girls College, Kota (Raj.), January 23, 2014.
  14. Participated in Symposium on E-Resources, Department of Library and Information Science, University of Kota, Kota, (Raj.), December 16-17, 2013.
  15. Actively Participated in 5 th National Academic Workshop on “Organic Reaction Mechanisms & Analytical Techniques Used in Chemical Sciences”, Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, University of Kota, (Raj.), October 21-25, 2013.
  16.  Participated in National Seminar on “Socio-Legal Issues and Challenges of Female Foeticide and Infanticide in India”, Women Cell, Univ. of Kota, Kota, (Raj.) October 4-5, 2013.
  17. Participated in Workshop on Open Educational Resources, VMOU, Kota, (Raj.), May 17-19, 2013.
  18. Presented Research Work in Annual Research Seminar, J.D.B. Government, Girls College, Kota, (Raj.), March 2, 2013.
  19. Presented Research Work in Annual Research Seminar, J.D.B. Government, Girls College, Kota, (Raj.), March 2, 2012.
  20.  Oral-Presentation, National Seminar on Chemistry: A modern & Innovative Tool, Government, Madhav Science P.G. College, Ujjain, (M.P.), March 4-5, 2011.
  21.  Synthesis of TiO 2 Nanoparticles by Alcoholic Sol-gel Route, Renu Hada, Ashu Rani, Vijay Devra, National Symposium on Recent Advances in Chemical Sciences (NSRACS-2011), Kota, (Raj.), 07-08 January 2011.

School Participation
 Participated and received Best Performer Award in BRNS-AEACI Ninth School on Analytical Chemistry (SAC-9) at North Eastern Region, Atomic Minerals Directorate, Shillong during October 27 to November 03, 2014.

Mrs. Snehlata Soni

  • Designation: Assistant Professor
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  • Qualification: M.Phil., B.Sc., M.Sc. , MBA
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Education and Qualification:
 S.No. Degree Specialization Year University
 1.  M.Phil.  Chemistry 2012 Vikram University Ujjain
 2.  M.Sc  Physical Chemistry 2002  Govt. Holkar Science College Indore (MP),
 3.  B.Sc  CBZ 2000 Govt. Holkar Science College Indore (MP),
 4.  MBA  HR  2011  IGNOU
Work Experience:
S.No.EmployerDesignationDepartmentDuration of Employment-In MonthsDate of JoiningMode of Employment
 1. BM College of Technology, Indore Asst. Professor Eng Chemistry 12 months 2021 Temporary
2. LNCT College, Indore Asst. Professor   12 months 2020 Temporary
3. Mathuradevi Institute of Technology and Management, Indore Asst. Professor

B.Tech. And B.Pharma (Eng. Chemistry & Environmental Studies)

 7 Years 2010 Temporary
Publications:

Publications:

  1. Study on Water Quality Index & Status of Three Rivers (Khan, Narmada and Kshipra) “International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies”, Issue 10,pp.23-32,October (2019). EISSN- 2454-9312, P-ISSN- 2454-6143. Rubina Chaudhary, Snehlata
  2. Assessment and Impact Study of Pesticides Residue Pollution in River Water- A Review “International Journal of Scientific Research in Multidisciplinary Studies” Volume-5, Issue-4, 01-14, April (2019), E-ISSN: 2454-9312, P-ISSN: 2454-6143. Rubina Chaudhary, Snehlata Soni.
  3. Waste Water Treatment by Up Flow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket Technology “Research Journal of Recent Science” Vol-7, issue11, (2018). Snehlata Soni.
  4. A Novel and Simple Approach to Spectrophometric Determination of Phosphate in Soft Drinks “Global Journal of Engineering Science and Researches” ISSN-2348-8034. Snehlata
  5. Comparative Status of Heavy Metals in Indian Rivers – A Review (Under Processing).




CONFERENCES, SEMINAR, WORKSHOPS

  1.  2022 ( 27th June to 1 July ) : AICTE
  2.  2020: (9 Nov to 12 Nov) Workshop- Online National Awareness Workshop on “UGC-DAE CSR Fcilities”-Organized by UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Mumbai  Center  & SWAYAM Cell,HNB Garhwal University, Srinagar-Garhwal, Uttarkhand.
  3. 2020: (During Lockdown Session): 28 conference webinar attended National and International level. (28 digital certificates are achieved).
  4. 2018: (5-10 Aug) – “5th International Virtual Congress”-Organized by –International Science Community Association
  5. 2018: (23 –June) – “National Conference on Footprints of Research Trends in Science for Sustainable Development of Society”-Organized by- Christian Eminent College, Indore
  6. 2018 :( 24-March)- “National Seminar on Innovation and IPR” ,organized by- SAGE ,University,Indore
  7. 2017: (6-March) - Marathon- organized by- Mathuradevi Group of Institutions, Indore
  8. 2011: (25-26 Nov) “National Conference on Social, Educational, Technology and Medicinal Relevance of Chemistry”-Organized by-School of Studies in Chemistry and Biochemistry, Vikram University, Ujjain
  9. 2011 :( 12-13b March)- “National Seminar on Water & Environment” ,Organized by-Dept.of Geology .Govt.MVM,Bhopal (MP)
  10. 2011: (18-19 Feb) – “National Conference on Energy Conservation for Sustainable Development”-Organized by – Gyan-Ganga Institute of Technology & Sciences, Jabalpur
  11. 2011: (28- 30 Jan) – “1st India International Energy Summit”- organized by- Visvesvaraya National Institute of Technology, Nagpur
  12. 2006: (11-12 March) – “Clinical Research Workshop”-organized by -Sri Aurbindo Medical College & Hospital, Indore.

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