College of Basic Science & Humanities

COLLEGE OF BASIC SCIENCE AND HUMANITIES

 

                      

 

CBSH

 

 

About Director with contact details:

 

DIRECTOR_CBSH

Name: -            Dr. Bikash Chandra Panda

Designation: -  Director

Email ID: -       directorbasicscience[at]gmail[dot]com

 

 

 

 

 

Director’s Office:

 

                        Detailed Staff Position at Director”s Office or College Administration:

 

Name

Designation

Sri Subash Chandra Behera

Section Officer

Ms Sanjukta Kumari

Stenograffer

Sri Manoj Kumar Tripathy

Senior Assistant

Sri Sk A Mohammad

Junior Assistant

 

 

 

 

Teachers/Scientists and staff-in position (Name, Designation & Department):

TEACHING STAFF POSITION:

Department

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

E mail ID

English

01

Dr. Madhulika Panda

Asst. Professor & Head

madhulika[dot]15[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

02

Mrs. Debashreemayee Das

Assistant Professor

debashreemayeedas[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Odia

03

Dr. Subhada P. Rath

Assistant Professor

subhadap[dot]rath[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Physics

04

Dr. Manas Ranjan Acharya

Professor  & Head

manasranjanacharya[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in 

 

05

Dr. Manorama Panigrahi

Professor 

manoramapanigrahy8[at]gmail[dot]com

06

Dr. Namita Dash

Assistant Professor

dash[dot]namita79[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

07

Dr. Chhatrapati Parida

Assistant Professor

sivaji197[at]yahoo[dot]com

 

08

Dr. Sushama Baag

Assistant Professor

sbaag22[at]gmail[dot]com 

09

Mrs. Basanti Mohanty

Assistant Professor

basantibehera2012[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

10

Dr. Jyotshna Rani Mohapatra

Assistant Professor

jyoshnarani[dot]mohapatra[at]gmail[dot]com 

Chemistry

11

Dr. Nandita Swain

Professor  & Head

nanditaswain[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in 

 

12

Dr. Pradip Kumar Jena

Professor

pradipcallme[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in 

 

13

Dr. Sachidananda Muni

Assistant Professor

sachidanandamuni[at]yahoo[dot]com

 

14

Mr. Sirish Ranjan Parida

Assistant Professor

puripanda[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in 

 

15

Dr. Swarnabala Jena

Assistant Professor

swarnajena[dot]chem[at]gmail[dot]com  

 

16

Dr. Himansulal Nayak

Assistant Professor

himansu110[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

17

Dr. Himanshu S. Sahoo

Assistant Professor

himansusekhars[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Mathematics

18

Dr. Minaketan Mohanti

Professor  & Head

minaketanmahanti[at]yahoo[dot]com 

 

19

Dr. Mamata Kuila

Assistant Professor

mamtakuila[at]redifmail[dot]com

 

20

Dr. Sakambari Mishra

Assistant Professor

skambarimishra[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

21

Dr. SanghamitraBeuria

Assistant Professor

sbeuria108[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

22

Dr. Nigam Charan Parida

Assistant Professor

ncparida[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Botany

23

Mrs. Parimita Purohit

Associate Professor

parimitapurohit[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

24

Dr. Laxmi  Singh

Assistant Professor

lakshmisamad32[at]rediffmail[dot]com

 

25

Dr. Debasis Dash

Assistant Professor

debashisdas450[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Zoology

26

Dr. Choudhury Suryakanta Mishra

Professor  & Head

cskmishra[at]yahoo[dot]com

 

27

Dr. Asish Kumar Mohanty

Professor

ashisanjali[at]yahoo[dot]com

 

28

Dr. Netaji Upadhyaya

Professor

nu[at]seforissa[dot]org

 

29

Dr. Srianga Tilak Patnaik

Assistant Professor

sriangatilark[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

30

Dr. Rojalin Pattanayak

Assistant Professor

pattanayak[dot]rosalin[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

31

Dr. Biswaranjan Paital

Assistant Professor

biswranjanpaital[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Microbiology

36

Dr. Pratima Ray

Professor

Pratimary[at]yahoo[dot]com

 

37

Mr. Pratap Keshari Pattnaik

Assistant Professor

pratapouat[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

38

Dr. Soubhagya Manjari Samantaray

Assistant Professor

Soubhagyasamantaray[at]yahoo[dot]com 

 

39

Dr. Debi Prasad Samantaray

Assistant Professor

dpsamantaray[at]yahoo[dot]com 

 

Bio-Technology

40

Dr. Rajalaxmi Beura

Assistant Professor

dr[dot]raj[at]rediff[dot]com 

 

41

Dr. Kajari Das

Assistant Professor

kajari[dot]das63[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

Computer Science

42

Dr. Niranjan Badu

Assistant Professor 

badu[dot]niranjan[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

43

Mrs. Ambuja Behera

Assistant Professor 

qmbujabehera[at]rediffmail[dot]com

 

44

Mr. Radhanath Hota

Assistant Professor 

radhanath[dot]hota[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

45

Mr. Prasanna Kumar Patnaik

Assistant Professor 

pkp777775[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in

 

46

Mrs. Binita Dash

Assistant Professor 

binitadash[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

 

NON-TEACHING STAFF POSITION:

Department

Sl. No.

Name of the Teacher

Designation

Physics

05

Sri S. K. Routray

Sr. Assistant

06

Smt. Manjusa Bhuyan

Demonstrator

07

Sri R. L. Satapathy

Lab. Attendant

08

Sri G. Ch. Mallick

Lab. Attendant

09

Sri Braja Bihari Dash

Lab. Attendant

Chemistry

10

Sri P. S. Sarangi

Demonstrator

11

Smt. Bharti Pattanaik

Demonstrator

12

Smt. Sukanti Bala Mantry

Lab. Attendant

13

Sri Manas Ranjan Panda

Lab. Attendant

14

Sri Nityananda Mahal

Lab. Attendant

15

Sri Pravakar Bhuyan

Lab. Attendant

16

Sri Ram Naik

Lab. Attendant

Botany

17

Mrs. Rasmi Tudu

Demonstrator

18

Sri Kailash Biswal

Lab. Attendant

19

Sri Anadi Pradhan

Lab. Attendant

Zoology

20

Ms. Jyotirmayee Devi

Lab. Assistant

21

Ms. S. S. Subudhi

Demonstrator

22

Sri Pabitra Kumar Swain

Lab. Attendant

23

Sri Dusashan  Naik

Sweeper

Microbiology

24

Dr Sashikanta Dash

Res. Assistant

25

Sri Karunakar Mahuri

Lab. Attendant

         

   

Academic Programme: 

The College offers B.Sc (Honours) courses in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology, Biotechnology  and Computer science, M.Sc courses in   Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Microbiology and Biotechnology.

      Ph.D. programmes are also offered by the departments of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Botany, Zoology and Microbiology. 

          Besides the above courses, +2Sc course is offered by the College.

 

Departments                                           :

                       :                                         

Department of English:

 

HOD_ENG

 

Dr Madhulika Panda,HOD,English

 

The Department offers English language courses to B.Sc and +2Sc students of the college. Communication skill and technical english courses are also offered to students of B.Sc Ag,B.Tech(Agricultural engineering) and community science students of the University.The department uses state of art methods in teaching and has a well furnished language laboratory constructed with special grants from the Higher Education Department, Govenment of Odisha.                     

 

Department of Odia:

The department offers odia language courses to B.Sc and +2Sc students.

 

 

 Department of Physics

HOD_PHY

                                                                                                          

Prof.M.R.Acharya,HOD,Physics

 

The Department offers six semester B.Sc (Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programme and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 25, 15 and 02 respectively  in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and well furnished laboratories to impart high quality education to the students and conducting research. The department has research projects funded by UGC and DST, Odisha.

 

Department of Chemistry:

                                                                                                

 

HOD_CHEM

Prof.Nandita Swain,HOD,Chemistry

 

The Department offers six semester B.Sc (Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programmes and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 25, 15 and 02  respectively in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and well furnished laboratories and instruments room for providing high quality education to the students and conducting research. The department has research projects funded by UGC.

 

Department of Mathematics:

HOD_MATHS

Prof.M.K.Mahanti,HOD,Mathematics

 

The Department offers six semester B.Sc (Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programmes and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 25, 15 and 02 respectively in an academic session. The department has well furnished class rooms and laboratories to provide quality education to the students and conducting research. 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Botany

                                                                                            

HOD_BOT

Prof .N.Upadhyaya,HOD,Botany

 

The Department offers six semester B.Sc(Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programmes and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 25, 15 and 02 respectively in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and well furnished laboratories to impart quality education to the students and conducting research. The department has research projects funded by UGC and DST (Odisha).

 

Department of Zoology

 

HOD_ZOOLOGY:

Prof.C.SK.Mishra, HOD,Zoology

 

The Department offers six semester B.Sc(Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programmes and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 25, 15 and 02 respectively in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and well equipped laboratories to impart high quality education to the students and conducting research. The department has research projects funded by UGC, DST (Odisha),SERB (DST,India),CSIR,DBT, Biodiversity Board and Department of Forest and Environment, Government of Odisha.

 

Department of Microbiology

 

HOD_MB

                                                                                              

Prof.A.K.Mohanty,HOD,Microbiology

 

The Department of Microbiology offers six semester B.Sc (Honours) ,four semester M.Sc programmes and Ph.D. course with intake capacity of 32, 24 and 03 respectively in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and state of art laboratories to impart high quality education to the students and conducting research. The department has research projects funded by UGC and DST (Odisha).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department of Biotechnology (Self-financed) 

                                                                                                   

HOD_BIOTECH

Prof.C.S.K.Mishra, Co-ordinator & HOD,Biotechnology

 

The Department of Chemistry offers six semester B.Sc (Honours),four semester M.Sc programmes with intake capacity of 32 and10 respectively in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and well furnished laboratories to impart high quality education to the students and conducting basic and applied research. 

 

 

Department of Computer science (Self-financed)

                                                                                                           

HOD_COMPSc

Prof.M.K.Mahanti,HOD,Computer science

 

The Department of Computer science offers six semester B.Sc (Honours) with intake capacity of 48 in an academic session. The department has smart class rooms and state of art computer laboratories to impart high quality education to the students.

 

Student Strength Department-wise (As on 17.07.2020)

 

  1. U.G. Physics(75), Chemistry(75), Mathematics(75), Botany(75), Zoology (75), Microbiology(96), Biotechnology (96), Computer Science (144)
  2. P.G. Physics(30), Chemistry(30), Mathematics(30), Botany(30), Zoology (30), Microbiology(48), Biotechnology (20)
  3. Ph.D. Physics(06), Mathematics(06), Botany(03), Zoology (04), Microbiology(06).

 

 

Contact Details of the College:

 

Address: College of Basic Science and Humanities, Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology,Bhubaneswar-751003,Odisha,India

 

Email ID: directorbasicscience[at]gmail[dot]com 

 

                        

 

 

 

(Conferences/Seminars)

 

1.Prof. C.S.K.Mishra, Head, Department of Zoology and Nodal Officer, Environmental sustainability,IDP-NAHEP,OUAT organized as co-convener  one day workshop on “Institutional waste management” on  13th March,2020 in Biju Pattnaik Conference Hall. 80 participants attended the workshop. Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr P.K.Agrawal inaugurated the workshop. Resource persons from Odisha Pollution Control Board and Sambalpur University delivered talks. Prof.R.C.Dash,Principal Investigator,IDP-NAHEP also addressed the participants.

 

 

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2. Prof. C.S.K.Mishra, Head, Department of Zoology and Nodal Officer, Environmental sustainability,IDP-NAHEP,OUAT organized as co-convener  one day National Webinar  “Awareness on NABL Accreditation of Laboratories and Workplace safety” on 16th August, 2020. A total of 97 participants from all over the country participated. The webinar was inaugurated by Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr P.K.Agrawal.Resource persons from Central Pollution Control Board, New Delhi delivered talks. Prof.R.C.Dash,Principal Investigator,IDP-NAHEP and Ms Indira Prakash, National Consultant,Environmental sustainability,ICAR also addressed the participants.

 

 

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3.The Department of Chemistry organized an International Webinar on “ Functionalized Materials: A Chemist’s Perspective-2020 (FMACP-2020)  on 16th and 17th October 2020 .The webinar was inaugurated by the Director,  Prof. Bikash Panda.Scientists from India and abroad delivered talks. The webinar was attended by more than 100 participants from India and outside.

 

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Research (Faculty):

 

Research Publications/book chapters/books published by the faculty (2019-2020)

 

    

  1. Patra, S., Mohanta , L. K., Parida, C. 2019.  Mechanical analysis of biofiber composites reinforced luffacylindrica irradiated by electron beam,  International journal of Modern Physics B, 33 .  IF:0.92
  2.  Patra, S.,Dalai S;Sahoo S, Mohanta , L. K., Parida, C. 2019.   Influence of 6MeV electron beam irradiation on the structural and thermal properties of fibers of luffacylindrica   National Academy of Science Letters,  doi:10.1007/s40009-019-00839-s .  IF:0.86
  3.  Patra, S., Mohanta , L. K., Parida, C. 2019.    Study of thermal properties of polylactic acid composites reinforced with fibers of luffacylindrica,Proc of    National Academy of Science section A ,   accepted.  IF:0.76
  4.  Rout S, Mallick B,Parida, C. 2019,  PIXE and FTIR analysis polymeric solid   fibers of Ichnocarpus frutescenes,Journal of AIP,vol-2115(1),030045,1-5 
  5. Pradhan S R,Baag S,Mishra S R,Acharya M R,2019,Free convective MHD micropolar fluid flow with thermal radiation and radiation absorbtion:A numerical study, Heat transfer Asian Research,WILEY,vol-48;pp2613-2628,I F -0.82
  6. Pradhan S R, Baag S,Mishra S R,Acharya M R,2019, Squeezing flow analysis of MHD micropolar fluid on radial and angular velocity: A semi analytical approach, Heat transfer Asian Research, WILEY, vol-48,pp2799-2818.I F=0.82
  7. Mishra S R ,Baag S, Dash G C,Acharya M R,2020,Numerical approach to MHD flow of power law fluid on a stretching sheet with non uniform heat source,Non linear Engineering, vol-9,pp81-93,IF:1.33
  8. Patnaik S,Mohapatra J, Mishra D, K Praveen, Kanjilal, D,2020,Low energy argo io irradiation effect on magnetic behavior of polycrystalline Cu substituted Zn,Materials Today:Proceeding,IF:0.97
  9. Acharya N,Chaudhury R, Mohanty B,2020,Industrial Radiography for measuring the thickness of a material, AIP Conference proceedengs,220,130026
  10. Hydrometallurgical route for recovery and separation of Samarium (iii) and Cobalt(ii) from simulated waste  solution  using tri-n-octyl phosphine oxide – A novel pathway for synthesis  of Samarium and cobalt oxides  nanoparticles Swain Nilam ,Mishra Sujata,Acharya M R,J of Alloys and Compounds vol-8152020,152423 ,IF:4.175
  11. Mishra, K. M., Swain, N., Dalai, B., Dash, S.K., and Dash, U.N., (2020). Viscosity modelling of tri-n-butyl phosphate + benzene mixture at 308.15 J. Bio-interface Research in Applied Chemistry, 10(3) 5496-5499.
  12. Mohanty, A., Devi, N., Sukla, L.B., and Swain, N. Liquid-Liquid Extraction of Co(II) from nitrate solution using TOA, J. of Materials today : Proceedings (published online).
  13. Das, N., Jena, P.K., and Pradhan, S.K., (2019). Arabinosyltransferase C enzyme of Mycobacterium tuberculosis, a potential drug target: An insight from molecular docking study Heliyon,Elsevier, Vol-05,01-06.NAAS-7.
  14. Panda, S.R., Singh, R.K., Priyadarshini, B., Rath, P.P., Parhi, P.K., Sahoo, T., Mandal, D., Sahoo, T.R.,. Nanoceria: A Rare-Earth Nanoparticle as a promising Anti-Cancer Therapeutic Agent in Colon Cancer, Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, 104 (2019) 104669 .I.F.-2.72
  15. Rath, P.P., Behera, S.S., Priyadarshini, B., Panda, S.R., Mandal, D., Sahoo, T., Mishra, S., Sahoo, Tapas R., Parhi, P.K.,. Influence of Mg doping on ZnO NPs for enhanced adsorption activity of Congo Red dye,  Applied Surface Science 491 (2019) 256–266 I.F.-5.15.
  16. Rath, P.P., Priyadarshini, B., Behera, S.S., Parhi, P.K., Panda, S.R., Sahoo, T.R.,. Adsorptive removal of congored dye from aqueous solution using TiO2 Nanoparticles: Kinetics ,Thermodynamics and isothermal insights. AIP Conf. Proc. - Accepted  2115, 030115 (2019) (Scopus Indexed  & UGC listed).
  17. Jena, S. et. al., 2020. Facile synthesis of NiCo2O4 nanorods for electrochemical oxidation. Journal of Soudi Chemical Society, JSCS-1115, Elsever, doi: 10.1016/j.jscs.2020.03.007. Impact Factor: 2.759.
  18. Samal, S., Sahoo, S.,Mishra, C.S.K., 2019: Evaluating the effect of monocrotophos and glyphosate on microbial population and certain important exoenzyme activities in soil Journal of Environmental Biology. Vol 40 ,226-234. , NAAS: 6.56 .
  19. Samal,S., Mishra C.S.K., Sahoo S. ,2019.Setal-epidermal, muscular and enzymatic anomalies induced by certain agrochemicals in the earthworm Eudrilus eugeniae (Kinberg)- Environmental Science and Pollution Research (Springer) 26(8),8039-8049 .IF-2.90.
  20. Mishra, C.S.K, Nayak,S and Samal,S , 2019 Low intensity light effects on survivability, biomass, tissue protein and enzyme activities of the earthworm Eudrilus eugeniae (Kinberg) Invertebrate Survival JournalItaly, 16: 8-14. IF :0.97
  21. Samal, S.,Samal, R.R.,  Mishra, C.S.K  & Sahoo, S. , 2019: Setal anomalies in the tropical earthworms Drawida willsi and Lampito mauritii exposed to elevated concentrations of certain agrochemicals: An electron micrographic and molecular docking approach. Environmental Technology & Innovation (Elsevier) 15.DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eti.2019.100391. IF:2.80
  22. Samal, S., Mishra, C.S.K  & Sahoo, S. ,2019: Evaluating the Effects of Elevated Concentrations of Urea, Phosphogypsum and Paper Mill Sludge on soil chemical, microbial and exoenzyme dynamics. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management. (Inderscience) Vol. 22, Nos. 2/3:207-219.
  23. Nayak,S ,Mishra,S.P and Mishra,C.S.K ,2020 Nutrient and exoenzyme dynamics in organically amended iron mine spoil, Journal of Solid waste Technology and Management (USA) ,46(1),113-120.
  24. Mishra, C.S.K., Samal, S., Rout, A., Pattanayak , A. and  Acharya, P.,2020: Evaluating the implications of moisture deprivation on bacterial-fungal population, exoenzyme activities of the organic substrate and certain biochemical parameters in the earthworm Eudrilus eugeniae (Kinberg). ISJ-Invertebrate survival Journal (Italy).17,1-8: IF: 0.967 .
  25. Acharya P and Mishra,C.S.K ,2020  Tissue protein, lipid peroxidation and catalase activity of four tropical earthworms in response to soil moisture and temperature variations. Journal of Environmental Biology.41 (Accepted). IF: 0.727.NAAS: 6.56.
  26. Acharya P and Mishra,C.S.K , 2020 Earthworm population density and diversity with respect to soil physicochemical properties, microbial population and exoenzyme dynamics in two agroclimatic zones of Odisha, india,, Ecology, Environment and Conservation.(Suppl. Issue) 26: 219-227. NAAS: 4.89.
  27. Mishra,C.S.K ,2020 Potentiality of pedofauna and microbes for soil quality evaluation, Proc. XVII AZRA-Internation Conf. on ”Frontier Research in Applied Zoology and Insect Pest Management Strategies:A way forward for food and nutritional security “,UAS, Raichur, Karnataka, India, 12th-14th February. Pp. 137-150.
  28. Mohapatra ,S,  Kumar ,R, Patnaik  , S.T., Mishra, C.S.K., Sahoo,L, and  Sundaray,J.K , 2020 Changes in ovary and testis and breeding fitness of the climbing perch, anabas testudineus (bloch, 1792) exposed to sublethal concentrations of monocrotophos" Aquaculture Research (Wiley) (Accepted), IF: 1.54.
  29. Samal, S., Mishra, C.S.K & Sahoo, S. ,2020  Dermal, histological anomalies with variations in enzyme activities of the earthworms Lampito mauritii and Drawida willsi after short term exposure to organophosphate pesticides, ISJ-Invertebrate Survival Journal (Italy) (Accepted),IF: 0.967.
  30. Swain, S.S., Sahoo, A., Paital, B., Panda, M. 2020. Vitamin C and anti-HIV drug darunavir as combinatorial drug against COVID-19. Front. BioSci. LandMark Ed. 2020, Accepted. IF 2.49
  31. Paital, B., Das, K., Parida, S.K. 2020. Inter nation social lockdown versus medical care against COVID-19, a mild environmental insight with special reference to India. Sci. Total Environ. 138914: PII S0048-9697(20)32431-1. https//:doi.10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.138914, IF 5.589
  32. Paital, B. 2020. Nurture to nature via COVID-19, a self-regenerating environmental strategy of environment in global context. Sci. Total Environ., 729: 139088. https//: doi.10.1016/j.scitotenv.2020.139088, IF 5.589
  33. Das, K., Paital, B. 2020. First Week of Social Lockdown versus Medical Care against COVID-19 - with Special Reference to India. Curr. Trend. Biotechnol. Pharmacol., (2020) In press Scopus cite score 0.14, NAAS rating 4.42
  34. Panda, S., Paital, B., Mohapatra, S. 2020. CQD@γ-Fe2O3 multifunctional nanoprobe for selective fluorescence sensing, detoxification and removal of Hg (II). Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 589: 124445, doi.org/10.1016/j.colsurfa.2020.124445, IF 3.131
  35. Ilango S, Priyanka J, Paital B, Padma PR, Nirmaladevi R. Epigenetic alterations in cancer. Front Biosci (Landmark Ed), 25: 1058-1109, DOI No:10.2741/4847IF 2.49
  36. Kumar, S., Dehury, B., Tandon, G., Jaiswal, S., Iquebal, M.A., Ahmad, K., Nagrale, D.T., Singh, U.B., Jha, Y., Singh, M.K., Singh, A., Rai, A., Paital, B., Kumar, D. An insight into molecular interaction of PGIP with PG for banana cultivar. Front Biosci (Landmark Ed), 25:335-362. DOI No:10.2741/4809. IF 2.49
  37. Raja, M., Nayak, C., Paital, B., Rath, P., Moorthy, K., Raj, S., Hati, A.K. 2020. Randomized trial on weight and lipid profile of obese by formulation from Garcina cambogiaMedical Science, 24(103): 1000-1009. IF 0.00. 
  38. Paital, B. 2019. Twisting Biosensor Studies Towards Farmers Need Base Demand. Austin J. Biosens. Bioelectron.. 5(1): 1036. IF 0.00. 
  39. Pradhan, M., Guru, P., Paital, B. 2019. Daily Dietary Nutrition and Nutraceutical Intake in Agricultural Laborers of Hirakud Command Area, Sambalpur, Odisha, India. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(5):56-61 http://dx.doi.org/10.22270/jddt.v9i5.3443 IF 0.00.
  40. Paital, B., Guru, D., Mohapatra, P., Panda, B., Parida, N., Rath, S., Kumar, V., Saxena, P.S., Srivastava, A. 2019. Ecotoxic impact assessment of graphene oxide on lipid peroxidation at mitochondrial level and redox modulation in fresh water fish Anabas testudineus. Chemosphere, 224: 796-804. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2019.02.156. IF-5.108
  41. Giraud-Billoud, M., Rivera-Ingraham, G.A., Moreira, D.C., Burmester, T., Castro-Vazquez, A., Carvajalino-Fernández, J.M., Dafre, A., Niu, C., Tremblay, N., Paital, B., Rosa, Rj, Storey, J.M., Vega, I.A., Zhang, W., Yepiz-Plascencia, G., Zenteno-Savin,T., Storey, K.B., Lima, M.H. 2019. Twenty years of the ‘Preparation for Oxidative Stress’ (POS) theory: Ecophysiological advantages and molecular strategies. Comp Biochem Physiol A. 234:36-49 doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpa.2019.04.004. IF-2.142
  42. Mishra, P., Paital, B., Jena, S., Samanta, L., Kumar, S., Chainy, G.B.N., Swain, S. 2019. Possible activation of NRF2 by Vitamin E/Curcumin against altered thyroid hormone induced oxidative stress via NFĸB/AKT/mTOR/KEAP1 signaling in rat heart. Sci. Rep. 9(1):7408, DOI:10.1038/s41598-019-43320-5. IF-4.609
  43. Nayak, C., Hati, A.K., Pati, S., Paital, B. 2019. A view of homoeopathiy on musculoskeletal disorder in sports injuries. Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics.  9(3-s):857-866. doi.org/10.22270/jddt. v9i3-s.2995IF-0.00
  44. Shankar, U., Hati, A.K., Prusty, U., Panda, F., Paital, B. 2019. Importance of Diet/Nutrition and Regimen in Homoeopathic Treatment. Journal of Drug Delivery & Therapeutics, 2019; 9(3). 575-783, doi.org/10.22270/jddt. v9i3.2801. IF-0.00
  45. Iswariya, G.T., Paital, B., Padma, P.R., Nirmaladevi, R.
    microRNAs: Epigenetic players in cancer and aging.
    Frontiers in Bioscience, Scholar, 11: 29-55.
    DOI:10.2741/S524. IF 2.49
  46. Mohanty, C. S., Singh, V., Gupta, P.,   Srivsatav, A., Pattanayak, R., Jaiswal, V., and Dikshit, N. 2019. Estimation of genetic diversity, structure and trait association of winged bean (Psophocarpus tetragonolobus (L.) DC.), genotypes through AFLP and ITS markers. Indian journal of Biotechnology, 18(3): 235-245. NAAS rating 6.34
  47. Maitya S., Das S., Mohapatra S., Tripathy A. D., Akthar J., Pati S., Samantaray D. P. 2020. Growth associated PHB production by the novel Zobellellae tiwanensis strain DD5 from banana peels under submerged fermentation. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Vol.153:461-469. [IF: 4.784, NAAS: 10.78]
  48. Mohapatra S., Pattnaik S., Maity S., Mohapatra S., Sharma S., Akhtar J., Pati S., Samantaray D. P. 2020. Varma A. Comparative analysis of PHAs production by Bacillus megaterium OUAT 016 under submerged and solid-state fermentation. Saudi Journal of Biological Sciences, DOI: 10.1016/j.sjbs.2020.02.001. [IF: 2.820, NAAS: 8.82]
  49. Dash A., Mohanty S., Samantaray D. P. 2020. Study on biodegradability of PHB produced through different fermentation processes using dextrose as a substrate. Research Journal of Biotechnology, Vol. 15(4):26-31. [NAAS: 5.0]
  50. Pati S., Maity S., Dash A., Jema S., Mohapatra S., Das S., Samantaray D. P. 2020. Biocompatible PHB production from Bacillus species under submerged and solid-state fermentation through different downstream processing. Current Microbiology, DOI: 10.1007/s00284-020-01922-7. [IF: 1.595, NAAS: 7.60]
  51. S., Dash, D., Mohapatra, S., Pattnaik, M., Marandi, A. K., Das, S., Samantaray, D. P. 2020. Improvement of rice plant productivity by native Cr (VI) reducing and plant growth promoting soil bacteria Enterobacter cloacae. Chemosphere, Vol. 240: 124895: 1-9. DOI: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2019.124895. [IF: 5.108, NAAS: 11.11]
  52. Dash, A., Mohanty, S., Samantaray, D.P. 2020.  Effect of carbon/nitrogen ratio on polyhydroxyalkanoates production by Bacillus species under submerged fermentation. Journal of Environmental Biology, Vol. 41(1): 118-124. [IF: 0.555, NAAS: 6.56] 
  53. Priyadarshini, S., Pradhan, S. K., Ray, P. 2020. Production, characterization and application of thermostable, alkaline α- amylase (AA11) from Bacillus cereus strain SP-CH11 isolated from Chilika Lake. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Vol.145:804-812. [IF: 4.784, NAAS: 10.78].
  54. Priyadarshini, S., Ray, P.  2020. Exploration of detergent-stable alkaline α-amylase AA7 from Bacillus sp strain SP-CH7 isolated from Chilika Lake. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Vol.140:825-832. [IF: 4.784, NAAS: 10.78].
  55. Panda, Madhulika. 2020. Paralanguage in Business Communication: A Language Beyond Language. Our Heritage, 22(1): 431-451. UGC CARE listed.

 

(B) Research papers presented at International and National Seminars/ Symposia:

  1. Mohapatra J,Studies of structural and optical characterization of nano crystalline CaTiO3 syntesized by low cost vhemical route, Science and Technology of low dimensional systems, 1-3 Nov 2019, Department of Physics, SOA.
  2. Parida C, Study of dielectric response of biodegradable composites, Recent advances in energy, environment and health sciences,18-19 Oct 2019, Department of Chemistry, SOA University.
  3. Parida C, Study of mechanical properties biodegradable composites, National Seminar on ‘Harnessing Science and Technology for a better future’ organized by OES and SOA University Bhubaneswar from 23rd -24th November 2019.
  4. Jena, P.K. Das, N. 2019. “Optimisation of pretreatment process of rice straw using RMS technique for enhanced delignification” in National conference on “Trends in Minerals and Technology” (MMT-2019), 30th Oct’2019 at Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan, Bhubaneswar,Odisha.
  5. Jena, P.K. 2019 “Characterization of LB for alternative renewable biofuel” in State level Seminar on “Green Chemistry: solution to Environmental Crisis”, 3rd Nov, 2019 at Kendrapara (Auto) College,Odisha.
  6. Jena, P.K. 2019 “Isolation and characterization of novel thermophilic bacterial consortium for bioethanol production from rice straw” in 33rd Annual conference of Orissa Chemical Society & 5th National Seminar on “Recent advancement in material Sciences” (RAIMS-19), 24th -25th December 2019 at VSSUT, Odisha.
  7. Sahoo, H. S., 2019. Convergent metalloligands for preparation of metal assisted 3D structures (oral). In: National Conference in Trends in Minerals & Materials Technology-2019, 30th Oct. 2019, SoA University, Bhubaneswar.
  8. Mishra,C.S.K ,2020 Potentiality of pedofauna and microbes for soil quality evaluation,  XVII AZRA-Internation Conf. on ”Frontier Research in Applied Zoology and Insect Pest Management Strategies:A way forward for food and nutritional security “,UAS, Raichur, Karnataka, India, 12th-14th February. 
  9. Paital, B. 2020. Modulation of active oxygen species metabolism, haematology, and gill histology in the climbing perch Anabas testudineus as a function of graphene oxide. In “Advances in Life Sciences & Biotechnology” (LifeTech-2020), 27th-28th February, 2020. RamaDevi University, BBSr. India
  10. Paital, B. 2020.Role of grapheme oxide on active oxygen metabolizing molecules in the climbing perch Anabas testudineus. “Advances and challenges in Biological sciences” [ACBS-2020] Date: 12.02.2020-13.02.2020, Berhampur University, Odisha
  11. Paital, B. 2019. Modulation of active oxygen metabolizing molecules as a function of graphene oxide in fresh water fish Anabas testudineus. In conference. In Harnessing Science and Technology for a better future”From 23-24 November, 2019 at SoA, Bhubaneswar by 21st Odisha Bigyan “O” Paribesh Congress, Bhubaneswar.
  12. Paital, B. 2019. Redox modulation effects of Graphene Oxide on fresh water fish Anabas testudineus. National conference on Advancaes in Zoology. From 2nd- 3rd March, 2019. Dept. of Zoology, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar.
  13. Pattanayak, R., 2020. Effect of climate change on animal health. In: National seminar on Climate change: Impact on Developing countries, 4-5 Feb. 2020, Mahatma Gandhi Kashi Vidyapitha, Varanasi. 
  14. Pattanayak, R., 2019. Use and application of origami-based paper foldscope for integrated pest management in:  Indian Science Congress Association Bhubaneswar chapter, 13-14 Dec.2019, KIIT, Bhubaneswar.
  15. Panda, Madhulika. 2019. Presented paper titled “Globalisation: Its impact on the English Language, English Language Teaching and Indian English Fiction” in International Seminar on Revisiting Early Indian Fiction: Representation of Reading, Writing and Society, 22 November 2019, Karanjia Autonomous College, Mayurbhanj.
  16. Panda, Madhulika. 2020. Presented paper titled “Persuasive Communication Skills in Agri Business Management: A Study in the context of Odisha” In   Internatioanl Conference on Global Trends in Business Practices and Management Education, 24-25 January 2020, Birla Global University, Bhubaneswar. 
  17. Das, Debashree Mayee, 2020. Presented paper titled “Digitalisation of Devdutt Pattnaik’s Mythological Writings: A Case study” in International Seminar on Revisiting Early Indian Fiction: Representation of Reading, Writing and Society, 22 November 2019, Karanjia Autonomous College, Mayurbhanj.
  18. Rath, Subhada P, 2019. Presented paper titled “Odia Sahityare Gandhi Darsanara Pravab” in National Conference on Gandhi ‘O’ Odia  Sahitya,  28-29 December 2019, Sahitya Academy,  BJB Autonomous College, Bhubaneswar.

 

 Chapters in Books:

1. Patra, S.,Dalai S;Sahoo S, Mohanta , L. K., Parida, C. 2019.   Mechanical analysis of iofibre composites using gamma irradiated fibers of luffacylindrica, SystemReliability, Control, Management, ICICCT 2019, Proceedings, Springer.

2. Jena, S. 2019. Nanomaterials in MRI application. In: Nanoparticles and Their conjugates for Biomedical applications. Nova Science Publishers, USA. Pp.127.

 

  3. Samal, S. and Mishra, C.S.K, 2020: Agrochemical Contamination of Soil: Recent Technology Innovations for Bioremediation. Chapter in “Bioremediation Science: From Theory to Practice” Eds Rakshit et al. CRC Press, Taylor &Francis group (In press).

 

4.Paital, B. 2020. Antioxidants for human health, In “Bulletin of Medical and Clinical Research”, 1(1), | 26 doi.org/10.34256/br2012, IOR INTERNATIONAL PRESS, 5/11, Perumal Kovil Street, Naickenpalayam, Coimbatore-641020, Tamil Nadu, India, pp- 22-26

5. Pattnaik S., Mohapatra B.,Kumar U., Pattnaik M. and Samantaray D. P. 2019. Microbial-mediated plant growth promotion: a mechanistic overview on cultivable plant growth promoting members, DOI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-030-18933-4_20,P.

 

6. Nayak S. K., Baliyarsingh B., Samantaray D. P. and Mishra B. B. 2019. Methanogenesis: microbiology and ecology, P.1-34. Biogas Technology. S. Mishra, K. T. Adhya and K. S. Ojha (Ed.), New India Publishing Agency, New-Delhi, ISBN 9789B387973527.

 

 

   (B)Books 

  1. Paital, B., Nicolescu, T.O. 2019. Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometry. ISBN-13: 978-1642241891 (e-print), ISBN-10: 164224189X (Hardcover), Scitus Academics Llc, USA, 366 pages.
  2. Mishra,C.S.K. and Samal,S (2020) Rediscovering Earthworms, Cambridge Scholars Publ., United Kingdom (In press).

 

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Inauguration of Biofertilizer Unit in the Department of Microbiology by Dr Arun Kumar Sahoo,Hon’ble Minister,Agriculture and Higher Education,Odisha.

 

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Inauguration of the Annual Function of Students Union by Dr Arun Kumar Sahoo,Hon’ble Minister,Agriculture and Higher Education,Odisha.

 

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Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor Dr P.K.Agrawal being welcomed by the Director Prof.Bikash Panda and students on his first visit to the College.

 

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Chorus by girls on the Inauguration of Annual function of the students union

 

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Director Prof.Bikash Panda addressing students on the occasion of Annual function of the Students’Union.

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Dr Arun Kumar Sahoo,Hon’ble Minister,Agriculture and Higher Education,Odisha ,Hon’ble Vice Chancellor Dr P.K.Agrawal and Sri Ananta Narayan Jena,Hon’ble MLA inaugurating the newly constructed smart class room complex in the college constructed from RUSA funds.

 

 

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A glimpse of a smart class room

 

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Director Prof Bikash Panda offering flower bouchet to Hon’ble Vice Chancellor on the New Year’s Day.

 

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