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Energy is the key factor for the growth of any country. Per capita energy consumption is the significance of the progress of any nation. With the increasing environmental impacts and continuously diminishing the primary sources, world community is searching the way to shift towards sustainable energy sources. Recently, the penetration of photovoltaic systems has increased to generate the electricity. In view of the contribution by future engineers, the department has established solar energy Centre in year 2015 to align with the government target to produce 100 GW electricity from solar energy. This lab is equipped with several latest experimental setups like PV Grid Tied System, PV emulator, Energy Audit kit, PV Training system and other solar based applications. In this laboratory, we frequently organize academic activities on present scenario and future trends.

Major Equipments

S. No. Equipment Quantity
1 Solar PV Trainer 1
2 Solar PV Grid Tied System 1
3 Solar PV Emulator System 1
4 LCR meter 1
5 Oscilloscope 1
6 Novus Log Box D.A. 1
7 Novus IR Link 3 USB 1
8 power supply 1
9 Function generator 1
8 Oscilloscope 1
9 Temperature / Humidity Sensor 1
10 energy audit kit 1
11 power supply 1
12 PC kit logger 1
13 Insulation tester 1
14 Earth /Ground tester 1
  Total 14

Project Details:

  • Identification of suitable locations for deployment of solar water pumps.
    Project Investigator: Dr. Subhas Chandra (Asst. Professor, GLA University, Mathura)
  • Analysis of Grid Connected Photovoltaic System and its various Electrical Aspects.
    Project Investigator: Mr. Apoorva Saxena (Asst. Professor, GLA University, Mathura)
  • Designing Estimation and Comparative Cost Analysis of Solar Water Pumping System and Conventional Water Pumping System.
    Project Investigator: Dr. Subhas Chandra (Asst. Professor, GLA University, Mathura)
  • Designing & Analysis of 200KW Rooftop Solar Plant.
    Project Investigator: Mr. Apoorva Saxena (Asst. Professor, GLA University, Mathura)

Publication Details:
SCI/SCOPUS Based

  • Chandra, S., Yadav, A., Khan, M.A.R., Pushkarna, M., Bajaj, M. and Sharma, N.K., 2021. Influence of Artificial and Natural Cooling on Performance Parameters of a Solar PV System: A Case Study. IEEE Access, 9, pp.29449-29457. SCIE Journal Impact Factor 3.367
  • Chandra, S., Agrawal, S. and Chauhan, D.S., 2020. Impact of Photovoltaic Module Temperature on Size and Voltage Stability, a Case Study in Indian Climate. Applied Solar Energy, 56(5), pp.324-333. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S., Agrawal, S. and Chauhan, D.S., 2018. Soft computing based approach to evaluate the performance of solar PV module considering wind effect in laboratory condition. Energy Reports, 4, pp.252-259. SCIE Journal Impact Factor 6.87
  • Chandra, S., Agrawal, S. and Chauhan, D.S., 2018. Effect of ambient temperature and wind speed on performance ratio of polycrystalline solar photovoltaic module: An experimental analysis. International Energy Journal, 18(2). (SCOPUS)
  • Rajoria, C.S., Agrawal, S., Chandra, S., Tiwari, G.N. and Chauhan, D.S., 2016. A Novel investigation of building integrated photovoltaic thermal (BiPVT) system: A comparative study. Solar Energy, 131, pp.107-118. SCIE Journal Impact Factor 5.74

Conferences/Book Chapters

  • Chandra, S., 2021. Temperature-Dependent Economical and Technical Aspect of Solar Photo Voltaic Power Plant. In Control Applications in Modern Power System (pp. 261-268). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Yadav, A. and Chandra, S., 2021. Cascaded H-Bridge Based Multilevel Inverter for Power Quality Issues. In Recent Advances in Power Electronics and Drives (pp. 101-110). Springer, Singapore.Proposal to emphasize on power production from solar roof top system in university campus. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S. and Yadav, A., 2021. Site selection based on thermo mechanical decay and payback period of solar PV system: Need of present scenario. Materials Today: Proceedings, 43, pp.287-292.Comparative evaluation of modulation schemes applied for pv connected z-source inverter. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S., Chauhan, D.S., Agrawal, S. and Rajoria, C.S., 2016, November. An enhancement in electrical efficiency of photovoltaic module. In 2016 IEEE 7th Power India International Conference (PIICON) (pp. 1-5). IEEE.Z source inverter application and control for decentralized photovoltaic system. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S., Yadav, A., Agrawal, S. and Chauhan, D.S., 2017, November. Experimental investigation of optimum wind speed for material dependent temperature loss compensation in PV modules. In 2017 3rd international conference on condition assessment techniques in electrical systems (CATCON) (pp. 31-35). IEEE. (SCOPUS)
  • KUMAR, Y., GOYAL, M. and MISHRA, R., 2020, November. Modified PV Based Hybrid Multilevel Inverters using Multicarrier PWM Strategy. In 2020 4th International Conference on Electronics, Communication and Aerospace Technology (ICECA) (pp. 460-464). IEEE. (SCOPUS)
  • Singh, P.P., Chandra, S. and Tiwari, A., 2017, October. Study and implementation of boost-derived hybrid converter with simultaneous DC and AC outputs. In 2017 Recent Developments in Control, Automation & Power Engineering (RDCAPE) (pp. 388-393). IEEE. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S., Yadav, A., Agrawal, S. and Chauhan, D.S., 2020. Material and temperature dependent performance parameters of solar PV system in local climate conditions. Materials Today: Proceedings, 26, pp.878-882. (SCOPUS)
  • Chandra, S. and Bachan, P., 2020, February. Experimental Investigation to Emphasize on True Potential of Solar PV Module. In 2020 International Conference on Power Electronics & IoT Applications in Renewable Energy and its Control (PARC) (pp. 22-27). IEEE. (SCOPUS)

Faculty in-charge
Dr. Subhas Chandra
Assistant Professor 
Department of Electrical Engineering
Email: subhash.chandra@gla.ac.in

Lab Assistant
Mr. Narendra Kumar Sharma
Lab Assistant
Department of Electrical Engineering
Email: narendra.sharma@gla.ac.in

Solar Energy Research Centre was established in year 2016. It has broad perspective to serve requirement of researchers, post graduate and undergraduates. Its main objective is to contribute in development of smart solar thermal systems which can serve the need of growing demand of clean energy. This centre is also providing platform to execute interdisciplinary projects involving students of electronics, electrical, physics and materials engineering

Major Equipment’s & Experiments

S. No. NAME OF EQUIPMENT FACILITIES ACHEIVMNTS
1 Nano-Solar research apparatus This is highly advanced system can be used for performance analysis of flat plate solar collectors using nanofluids. One PhD completed, two M. Tech and 6 undergraduateprojects. 4 SCI Journal of high impact factor published with the help of this apparatus.
2  PV/T photovoltaic thermal system with artificial solar simulator This is very advanced system. It can be used in indoor and outdoor testing of solar energy absorption efficiency of system. Presently 4 B.Tech projects are running, 2 completed.
3 Solar energy storage system using phase changing materials This system is highly useful in storing energy of solar heating system. System uses phase changing materials for energy storage and release. Useful for advanced research.
Two students are pursuing PhD in this field.
4 Parabolic Trough Collector (PTC) (a) single axis (b) double axis These are state of art apparatus which are incorporated with automatic and manual control Sun tracking device to maximize solar energy absorption at all time. Research work at undergraduate and doctoral is going on with full vigor. Centre also intends to provide solar energy testing and auditing facility for industry needs.
5 Solar air heating system for drying of agri-products and space heating This innovative project successfully designed by graduate students: 2018. In this area lot of opportunities of research still require. SERC certainly address in this area authentically.

Future planning and expansion:

From new session 2018-19, SERC will run 1- credit course for undergraduate students. Course is designed to fulfil needs of engineering graduates and infill technological and engineering skill to design and operate smart system based on solar energy.

Centre will be equipped with state of art testing system of solar cell and basic solar cell design and testing facility, 24x7 weather station, pyranometer and Pyrheliometer and all measuring equipment’s computing facility required for SERC.

List of Publications:

  • 4 SCI Journal of high impact factor published with the help of Nano-Solar research apparatus.
  • Paper presented in international conference at IIT Roorkee 2017. “Application of Nanofluids in thermal Energy storage system” presented by Abhishek Awasthi, Abhishek Sharma and Mehtab Alam.

Centre In-charge
Dr. Sujit Kr. Verma 
Associate Professor 
Department of Mechanical Engineering
GLA University, Mathura, India-281406
Email: sujit.verma@gla.ac.in

Technical Assistant
Mr. Mahendra Singh
Senior lab Assistant
Department of Mechanical Engineering
GLA University, Mathura, India-281406
Email: mahendra.singh@gla.ac.in
Mob: +91- 9720315749

(a) Brief write up on the Lab/Group:

Nanotechnology is recognized as including promising new techniques that overcome the limitations posed by the conventional ones. There is plenty of nanotechnology applications currently in use today, such as the composition of ultra-high functional materials, ultrafine fabrication, single-molecular measurement, and single-molecular operation. It was under these circumstances that the High-Tech Research Center was drawn up in the 2015 academic year with the goal of developing highly functional nano materials and researching micro-nano mechatronics devices. To achieve these research goals, we established the Micro-Nano Development Research Center (MNDRC). Through this approach, we have been successful in achieving our original goals.

(b) Major Equipments:

S.R. NAME OF EQUIPMENT QUANTITY
1 BATH SONICATOR 1
2 VACCUM OVEN 1
3 MAGNETIC STIRRER (WITH HOT PLATE) 1
4 PROBE SONICATOR 1
5 ANALYTICAL BALANCE 1
6 ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINE 1
7 NANO FLUID PHE EXPERIMENTAL SET UP 1
8 NANO FLUID SOLAR EXPERIMENTAL SET UP 1
9 COMPUTERS
(i) HP Z420 WORK STATION
(ii) HP 400G2MT
2
1
  TOTAL 11

(c) Software:

MATLAB and ANSYS

(d) Projects completed & ongoing in the Lab-UG, PG & Ph.D:

UG:

Session Title Guide
2018-19 To Calculate MRR and tool wear using copper electrode and steel work piece Mr. Kuwar Mausam
To development of die of connecting rod and chess piece Mr. Kuwar Mausam
To Calculate MRR using tungstun electrode and steel work piece Mr. Ravindra Pratap
To Calculate MRR using copper electrode and steel workpiece Mr. Vikas Sharma
Photo thermal analysis of FPSC using nanofluid Dr. sujit kr verma
2017-18 PERFORMANCE EVALUTION OF PARABOLIC TROUGH COLLECTOR (DUEL AXIS) USING NANO FLUID AS WORKING FLUID MR.GAURAV BHARADWAJ
THERMAL CHARACTERTICS OF HEAT PIPE USING NANOFLUIDS MR.NAVEEN KUMAR GUPTA
FORMATION AND EXAMINE OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL MR.BHARAT SINGH CHAHAR
Mechanical characterization of carboxyl Acid functionalized with Graphene Mr. Pradeep kumar singh
2016-17 The Effect of Nano Fluid on Heat Transfer Performane of Plate Heat Exchanger (PHE) Mr. Vikas Kumar
Optimize of process parameters of titanium by using EDM Machine Mr. Avdhesh Sharma
synthesis and dynamix mechanical analysis of hybrid reinformed polymer composites Mr. Alok Soni
Tribological & Mechanical Analysis of Fish's Fins Reinforced With Epoxy Mr. Pradeep Kumar Singh
Development of Multinome point EDM Electrode for Metallic Material Using Optimization Techniques and optimization of process parameter Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Mechanical Characterization of Amine Functionalised Graphene Epoxy Composite Dr. Kamal Sharma
2015-16 The Effect of using Nano particle on corrugated plate heat exchanger performance Dr. Arun Kumar Tiwari
Analysis of composite flywheel Prof. Kamal Sharma
Comparative investigation of mechanical properties of metal and plastic Based composite with impact of wood dust Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Investigation of process parameter of EDM for carbon fibre material using teaching learning approach Mr. Kuwar Mausam
Investigation of optimum process parameter of EDM for Ti6Al4V using ANN Approach Mr. Pradeep Kumar Singh
Particle size analysis and mechanical characterization of reinforced epoxy polymer Mr. Pankaj Sonia

PG:

Session Title Guide
2017 EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONAND SIMULATION OF THERMO-MECHANICAL
PROPERTIES OF AMINE FUNCTIONALIZED GRAPHENE BASED EPOXY NANOCOMPOSITES
Dr. Kamal Sharma
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF GLASS WOOL
FIBER MATERIAL BASED ON EPOXY NANOCOMPOSITES
Dr. Vijay Kumar Dwivedi
2016

 

Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Mechanical and Visco-elastic Performance
of Defect Free and Defective Carbon Nanotubes and their Composites
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Evaluation and Prediction of the Mechanical Properties of High-Density
Polyethylene Grade P5300 using Molecular Dynamics
Dr. Vijay Kumar Dwivedi
2015 Modeling and Experimental Analysis of Visco-elastic Behaviour of
Alumina Nanorods Reinforced Epoxy composite
Dr. Kamal Sharma
Experimental Analysis and Optimization of Thermo Mechanical
Properties of Three Phase Carbon Fiber Epoxy Nanocomposites
Dr. Kamal Sharma

Ph.D:

Session Title Guide
2018 Amine Functionalized Graphene Epoxy Nanocomposites: Simulation & Characterization Dr. Kamal Sharma

(e) List of Publications:

(1) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Molecular dynamics simulation of influence of amine functionalization on interfacial bonding characteristics of multi-walled carbon nanotube epoxy composites. Computational Materials Science, 2015 vol 99, pp. 232-241. SCI Journal Impact Factor – 1.974.

(2) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Processing, characterization, and modeling of amine functionalized carbon nanotubes incorporated carbon fiber/epoxy composites. Journal of Nanomaterials,vol. 2014, pp. 1-10. SCI Journal, Impact Factor – 1.574.

(3) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Processing, characterization and modeling of multiscale three phase functionalized carbon nanotube-epoxy-carbon fiber composites. Computational Materials Science, (Under review). SCI Journal Impact Factor – 1.974.

(4) Sharma, K.; Shukla, M., Molecular modeling of mechanical behavior of amine functionalized multiwalled carbon nanotubes/epoxy composites. New Carbon Materials 2014 vol 29 (2), pp132-142. SCI Journal, Impact Factor – 0.98.

(5) Sharma K and Shukla M, Experimental Study of Mechanical Properties of Multi-scale Carbon fiber-Epoxy-CNT composites by, Advanced Materials Research Journal (ISSN: 1022-6680) pp.2723-2728.http://www.ttp.net/978-3-03785-295-8/46.html

(6) Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma, "Mechanical and Viscoelastic Properties of In-situ Amine Functionalized Multiple Layer Grpahene /epoxy Nanocomposites" Current Nanoscience (SCI), Vol. 14, Issue 3, pp. 252-262, 2018.

(7) Anurag Yadav; Amit Kumar; Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma, "Glass transition temperature of functionalized graphene epoxy composites using molecular dynamics simulation" Integrated Ferroelectrics (SCI), Vol. 186, Issue 1, pp. 106-114, 2018.

(8) Pradeep Kumar Singh; Kamal Sharma; Amit Kumar; Mukul Shukla, "Effects of Functionalization on the mechanical properties of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: A molecular dynamics approach, "Journal of Composite Materials (SCI), Vol. 51, Issue 5, pp. 671-680,2016/2017.

(9) "Mausam Kuwar, Sharma Kamal "Molecular Dynamics Simulation Study of Novel Properties of Defect Full Single Walled Carbon Nanotubes" in International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management, ISSN 2319 – 4847, Volume 2, Issue 2, February 2013.

(10) Mohit Tiwari, Kuwar Mausam, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Experimental Analysis of Electro-Discharge Machining Parameters for Minimum Tool Wear Rate on Machinability of Carbon Fiber/Epoxy Composites Using Taguchi Method", International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol. 2 Issue 10, October – 2013 pp. 3182-3188.

(11) Kuwar Mausam, Mohit Tiwari, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Process Parameter Optimization for Maximum Material Removal Rate in High Speed Electro-Discharge Machining", International Symposium on Engineering and Technology, 9-10 January, 2014 organized by KJEI's Trinity College of Engineering and Research, Pune. ", International Journal of Current Engineering & Technology ,(ISSN: 2277-4106, 2013 pp. 239-244).

(12) Mohit Tiwari, Kuwar Mausam, Kamal Sharma, Ravindra Pratap Singh. "Investigate the Optimal Combination of Process Parameters by Using a Grey Relational Analysis", Procedia Materials Science 5 ( 2014 ) 1736 – 1744.

(13) Kanishka Sen Kaushalyayan, Kamal Sharma, Kuwar Mausam, "Effect Of Amino Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes On Thermal Mechanical Properties Of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube/Epoxy Composite", Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015, pp. 2790-2793.

(14) Payal Sharma, Pankaj Sonia, Kamal Sharma, Kuwar Mausam, "Dynamic Mechanical Properties of Epoxy Composites Reinforced with Alumina Nanorods" Advanced Science Letters, Volume 21, Number 9, September 2015, pp. 2833-2835.

(15) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, M. Tripathi. An evaluative observation on impact of optical properties of nanofluids in performance of photo-thermal concentrating systems. Solar Energy. 176 (2018) 709-24. ( SCI Elsevier:Impact Factor:4.37

(16) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, D.S. Chauhan. Experimental evaluation of flat plate solar collector using nanofluids. Energy Conversion and Management. 134 (2017) 103-15. (SCI Elsevier: Impact Factor:6.377, Citations 37)

(17) S.K. Verma, A.K. Tiwari, D.S. Chauhan. Performance augmentation in flat plate solar collector using MgO/water nanofluid. Energy Conversion and Management. 124 (2016) 607-17.(SCI -Elsevier: Impact Factor:6.377, Citations 25)

(18) Investigation of Thermal Efficiency and Depth of Penetration during GTAW Process

(19) Precipitation Behaviour of Microalloyed Steel During Hot Deformation

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Project Details:

B. Tech

Session Title Supervisor
2017-18 Study on Design and Estimation of Intze Tank Shashank
2018-19 Land use change detection using remote sensing and GIS of Gurugram Anuj Goyal
GIS Based Assessment & Mapping of Water Pollution of Yamuna River in Mathura Region Raisul Islam
Flood mapping of Ghagra river Fakharpur district by GIS shoftware Sudhir Goyal
Assessment & Mapping of Pollutants Concentration of River Yamuna in Mathura District Raisul Islam
Estimation of Design Flood for Bhakra dam Anand P. Verma
2019-20 Damage Identification of concrete structure using Ansys Hemant Singh Parihar

M. Tech

Session Title Supervisor
2014-16 Comparative Study of performance of infill frame with and without Opening Mohit Verma
Comparative Study of Sesmic Behaviour of Low to High Rise Buildings Hemat Singh Parihar
Analysis and Design of Skywalk Using Light Gauge Steel Hemat Singh Parihar & Asim Mukherjee
2015-17 Performance of Integral Abutment bridge under Temperature Variation Asim Mukharjee
Sesmic Response of Coal Soil With Different High to Diameter Ratios Asim Mukharjee
Performance of Multi-storey Building Frame with Floating column with and without infills Priyam Sharma
2017-19 Planning Analysis Design of Manual Culvert Box with Staad Pro Ekta Tripathi
Finite Element analysis of a guyed segment of tower with FRP and Steel material Hemant Singh parihar
An Analytical study of the effect of  shape memory alloy in composite beam using finite element method Hemant Singh parihar
2018-20 Numerical Assesssment of Reinforced Concerete Shear Wall with Openings Dr Faraz Tariq
Design and Analysis of 7 Storey building using Etabs Dr Faraz Tariq
A Partial Study on The Torsional irregularity as per new is 1893 (Part 1 ):2016 Hemant Singh Parihar
An Analytical Study of the Effect of Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) and Carbon-Fiber in Composite Beam Hemant Singh Parihar
An Analytical Study of the Effect of Shape Memory Alloy in Laminated Beam Hemant Singh Parihar
A Case Study on Seismic Evaluation of Structures in Nepal Earthquake (25th April 2015) Hemant Singh Parihar

Publication Details:

SCI/SCOPUS Based

  • Yatendra Saraswat, Hemant Singh Parihar, Sangam Yadav, The effect of shape memory alloy in composite beam, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 2019, (SCOPUS)
  • Sangam Yadav, Yatendra Saraswat, Hemant Singh Parihar, Finite element analysis of a segment of fiber reinforced polymer guyed tower, International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 2019, (SCOPUS)
  • Anuj Goyal, Mukta Sharma, Dapinder Deep Singh, Land Use/Land Cover Change Detection using Geoinformatics in Gurugram District, Haryana, India, International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering, 2019, (SCOPUS)
  • Hemat Singh Parihar, Birds behaviour optimization with weighted least squares support vector machine (Bbo-wls2 vm) for prediction of flow number of asphalt mixtures, Journal of Green Engineering, 2020, (SCOPUS)
  • Hemat Singh Parihar,  Hydro-junction infrastructure based accurate structural damage detection using hybrid convolutional with recurrent neural network and classification using transfer learning, Journal of Green Engineering, 2020, (SCOPUS)
  • Jitendra Gudainiyan, Hemant Singh Parihar, Analysis of the Torsional Irregularity as per IS 1893 (Part 1): 2016 and IS 1893 (Part 1): 2002, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering, 2021, (SCOPUS)

Bentley Software:

  • AECOsim
  • Bentley LumenRT
  • Bentley Map
  • Context Capture
  • Micro station Power draft
  • Open Roads Designer
  • Sewer Gems
  • STAAD Pro CONNECT Edition
  • WaterGEMS

Faculty in-charge
Mr. Hemant Singh Parihar 
Assistant Professor
Department of Civil Engineering
Email: hemant.parihar@gla.ac.in
Mob: +91-98979669911

Lab Assistant
Mr. Rakesh Kumar Sharma
Lab Assistant
Department of Civil Engineering
Email: rakeshsharma.cvl@gla.ac.in
  Mob: +91- 9084028424 

Sustainable Environmental and Agricultural Research Centre of Civil Engineering Department work for the scientific study of natural and sustainable processes. Establishment of New Sustainable Environmental and Agricultural Research Laboratory in the department for Promotion and Implementation of Organic Farming in Villages under Mathura District, Uttar Pradesh. This aims to focus on the development of Organic farming techniques which avoids or largely excludes the use of chemical fertilizers, pesticides, growth regulators, genetically modified organisms and livestock food additives. Different research for UBA is presently carrying in this Centre. Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA) is flagship programme of Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) that aims to enrich Rural India. Following are some highlights of the work done/work in progress under UBA 2.0 in this Centre are:

  • Five nearby villages named Jait, Kunjera, Bhartiya, Deviatas and Ajhai was selected for the implementation of UBA project.
  • Detailed field surveys as well as general awareness camps were conducted in the adopted villages for promotion of organic farming to reduce the use of harmful pesticides and chemical fertilizers.
  • Testing of farmers’ soil being done using DST Approved field testing Kits and provided them practical training for preparation of natural pesticides.
  • For the preparation of pesticides, technology from National Council of Organic Farming (NCOF) under Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer’s Welfare was used. The soil of farmer’s field is being tested which helps the min creating‘ Soil Health Card’ and thus benificial in selling their agriculture product in good price.

Sponsored Project:

Unnat Bharat Abhiyan (UBA): Unnat Bharat Abhiyan is inspired by the vision of transformational change in rural development processes by leveraging knowledge institutions to help build the architecture of an Inclusive India.

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Two main researches going on in this Centre are:

  • Vermicompost prepration using "Jai Gopal" Earth worm species:

    An indigenous highly resistant variety of earthworm was developed by Indian Veterinary Research Institute (IVRI)-ICAR, Bareilly. The new indigenous species of earth worm named ‘JaiGopal’ (Perionyx Ceylanesis) is being used to prepare organic fertilizer to be applied on land in place of chemical fertilizers like Urea, DAP etc.

  • Development of Organic Pesticides:

    There is a problem of soil salinity in this region due to presence of excessive salts present in the soil. Reclamation of soil salinity is needed by using some technique and thus making the soil more fertile and thus more suitable for growing crops. A Model Organic farm is being developed in two  acres of land in Vrindavan forgiving practical training to farmers in the Mathura District in collaboration with an NGO.

Academic Projects:

B. Tech

Session Title Supervisor
2017-18 Assessment analysis of ground water  quality Shilendra Pal Singh
Treatment of narela common effluent treatment plant using aerobic moving bed biofilm reactor Raisul Islam
Activated sludge process Raisul Islam
treatment of food and beverages Raisul Islam
Soil and water testing for prepration of vermicompost Mayank Mrinal
Improving soil health and agricultural productivity using vermi-composting Imran Khan
Use of water quality index parameters to evaluate the quality of water Anuj Goyal
Testing. of water and soil sample for the effective use of vermicomposting Anuj Goyal
2018-19 Yamuna's water quality test in mathura Mayank Mrinal
Study of change in yamuna river path area Atul Soni
Prepration of vermicompost and testing of soil sample the adjoining villages of gla university Mayank Mrinal
Analysis of ground water quality index of gurugram district, haryana Anuj Goyal
2019-20 Development of irrigation water quality index Dr. Kuwar Raghwendra Singh
Organic pesticide formulation Mayank Mrinal
Application of principal component analysis (pca) in water quality analysis Dr. Kuwar Raghwendra Singh
Treatment of distillery spent waste water Raisul Islam
Change in land use pattern and its effect on groundwater prospects Anuj Goyal

Publication Details:

SCI/SCOPUS Based

  • Singh, K.R., Dutta, R., Kalamdhad, A.S. and Kumar, B., 2020. Review of existing heavy metal contamination indices and development of an entropy-based improved indexing approach. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 22(8), pp.7847-7864. SCI Journal Impact factor: 3.219
  • Singh, K.R., Goswami, A.P., Kalamdhad, A.S. and Kumar, B., 2020. Development of irrigation water quality index incorporating information entropy. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 22(4), pp.3119-3132. SCI Journal Impact factor: 3.219
  • Singh, K.R., Goswami, A.P., Kalamdhad, A.S. and Kumar, B., 2020. Surface water quality and health risk assessment of Kameng river (Assam, India). Water Practice and Technology, 15(4), pp.1190-1201. ESCI Journal Impact factor: 0.78
  • Kishore, K., Gupta, N., Saxena, K.K. and Lade, L., 2021. Development and characterisation of bacteria as a potential application in enduring the mechanical and durability characteristic of cement composite. Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies, pp.1-18. ESCI Journal Impact factor: 1.56
  • Parashar, A.K., Gupta, N., Kishore, K. and Nagar, P.A., 2021. An experimental investigation on mechanical properties of calcined clay concrete embedded with bacillus subtilis. Materials Today: Proceedings, 44, pp.129-134. (SCOPUS)
  • Nagar, P.A., Gupta, N., Kishore, K. and Parashar, A.K., 2021. Coupled effect of B. Sphaericus bacteria and calcined clay mineral on OPC concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings, 44, pp.113-117. (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, N., Shukla, A., Gupta, A., Goel, R. and Singh, V., 2020, April. A Review on the selection of the variant Water in Concreting. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 804, No. 1, p. 012037). IOP Publishing. (SCOPUS)
  • Parashar, A.K. and Gupta, A., 2021, April. Experimental study of the effect of bacillus megaterium bacteria on cement concrete. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012168). IOP Publishing. (SCOPUS)
  • Parashar, A.K. and Gupta, A., 2021, April. Effects of the concentration of various bacillus family bacteria on the strength and durability properties of concrete: A Review. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012162). IOP Publishing. (SCOPUS)
  • Sharma V, Islam R, Singh KR, 2021. Assessment of indoor air suspended particulate matter in GLA University campus, Mathura. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012170). IOP Publishing. (SCOPUS)

Faculty in-charge
Dr. Kunwar Raghwndra Singh 
Assistant Professor-Research
Department of Civil Engineering
Email: kunwar.raghvendra@gla.ac.in
Mob: +91-9634921725

Lab Assistant
Mr. Vishan Singh
Lab Assistant
Department of Civil Engineering
Email: vishan.singh@gla.ac.in
Mob: +91- 8006455994

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Overview
In today’s global markets and with an increasing emphasis on quality, the need for laboratory data has increased many folds moreover and top of that accuracy and reliability of data is also an equal concern. Our professional engineers have vast experience and understanding of construction materials and construction practices. Advanced Construction Engineering Research Centre is equipped with the latest sophisticated testing equipment. The objective is to determine the physical properties of building construction materials, strength characteristics, and to analyze the factors responsible for concrete’s durability concerns as it is critical for the viability and safety of a construction project. Advanced Construction Engineering Research Centre raise and reveal the concerns related to construction quality. It highlights future risks, help classify a building site, and assist with engineering decisions. The centre ensures the quality and necessary requirements for the successful deliverance of the technical practices for the usage of society.

Major Equipments

S. No. Equipment Nos.
1 Universal Testing Machine (1000 KN) 1
2 Compression Testing Machine (2000 KN) 1
3 Rapid Chloride Permeability Test (RCPT) (4 Cell) 1
4 Hydraulic Pan Mixer 2
5 Length Comparator 1
6 Compaction factor apparatus 2
7 Schmidt Rebound Hammer (Non-Destructive Test) 1
8 Cube vibrator machine 2
9 Slump cone apparatus 2
10 Oven 2

Project Details
B. Tech

Session Title Supervisor
2017-18 Modified Clay Brick Hemant Singh Parihar
Previous Concrete Hemant Singh Parihar
Increase the strength of concrete Mayank Kumar
Study on use of pond ash as fine aggregate in concrete Priyam Sharma
Polymer fiber reinforced concrete pavement Mohit Verma
Partial replacement of cement with marble powder Mayank Kumar
Partial replacement of cement in concrete with rice husk ash Priyam Sharma
Comparative study of properties of conventional mortar Ekta Tripath
Use of waste plastic in flexible pavements Danish Khan
Fly ash cement stabilized bricks Danish Khan
Development of new hybrid material of cement concrete Imran Khan
2018-19 Study of characteristics of concrete by the partial replacement of cement with calcined clay Lovekesh Dixit
Fiber reinforced concrete Dr. Nakul Gupta
Eco efficient concrete: Partial replacement of cement with ceramic waste along with replacement of course aggregate by broken tiles Ekta Tripathi
Steel fiber reinforced concrete Danish Khan
Partial replacement of cement with marble powder in concrete Vinod Kumar
Effect of recycled aggregates on the compressive strength of concrete Mohit Verma
2019-20 Geotechnical study of fly ash - bentonite as an alternate liner material  Vinod Kumar
Use of steel slag and RMC plant waste in construction of flexible pavement Ravi kumar
Investigation of mechanical properties of pozzolans based geopolymer concrete Ankur Gupta
Pavement performance index for Indian rural roads Atul Soni
SEM analyse of geopolymers modified mortar. Ankur Gupta
Performance of Enviro-Concrete Mohit Verma
Mechanical and durability Investigation on Geo-polymer concrete Dr. Nakul Gupta, Ashish Shukla

M. Tech

Session Title Supervisor
2014-16 Comparative study of indirect tensile strength of cube concrete specimen with & without fiber Mohit Sharma
2015-17 Properties comparison of Bio-Conventional Concrete Ekta Tripathi
Study on the compressive strength of self-compacting concrete with percentage replacement of cement with ground granulated blast furnace slag Ekta Tripathi
Self compacting concrete using glass powder Hemant Singh Parihar
Cellular light weight concrete with fly ash Mohit Verma
2016-18 Development of sustainable concerete using industrial waste Dr. Nakul Gupta
Study on behaviour of recycled coarse concrete aggregates in addition with cast iron powder in concerete Dr Sudhir Kumar Goyal
Behavior of self compacting concrete with using micro silica and nano silica Mohit Verma
Effect of nitric acid concrete made using rice husk ash ,stone , dust and steel fiber Priyam Sharma
2017-19 Behaviour of ceramic powder and GGBS in concrete Mohit Verma
Experimental investigation on the effect of steel fiber embedded in marble dust waste based Dr. Nakul Gupta
Study on the comparison of properties of mortar containing rice husk ash of different particle sizes Dr. Nakul Gupta
Effect of various course aggregate sizes and different marble chips proportions on properties or previous concrete Dr. Nakul Gupta
Influence  of bacteria on the properties of silica flume mortar Ekta Tripathi & Hemant Singh parihar 
Enhancement of beam strength by using bamboo reinforcement in place of steel bars Mohit Verma
Properties enhancement of cement mortar using ceramic waste and bacteria Ekta Tripathi & Dr. Sudhir Kumar Goyal
Comparative study of different types of pozzolans with different properties of cement mortar Dr. Nakul Gupta
Comparative study on the effect of various pozzolans used as a replacement of cement in concrete Dr. Nakul Gupta
2018-20 Optimization of pozzolona based geopolymer concerete cured in ambient environment Dr.  Nakul Gupta
An experimental investigation on mechanical properties of calcined clay conerete embedded with bacillus subtilis Dr.  Nakul Gupta
Evaluate the effect in terms of setting time and compressive strength of oleic acid as an admixture Mohit Verma
Exploring the effects of stearic acid in terms of setting time and compressive strength as an admixture in cement mortar Hemant Singh Parihar
Examine the effect of setting time and compressive strength of cement mortar paste using iminodiacetic acid Mohit Verma & Hemant Singh parihar
Coupled effect of b. sphaericus bacteria and calcined clay mineral on opc concerete Dr. Nakul Gupta
An experimental study on strength and durability of mortar usins metakaolin and GGBS as partial replacement of cement Mohit Verma

Ph. D.

Session Student Title Supervisor
2019-20 Ashish Shukila Bio-influenced self-healing mechanism in concrete and it's testing Dr. Nakul Gupta
Akshay Dhawan Econamic Analysis of Geopolymer Concrete Dr. Nakul Gupta
2018-19 Priyanka Gupta Geo Polymer Concrete with fly ash or GGPS Software Prof. Sudhir Goyal
Dr. Nakul Gupta
Pulkit Tiwari A comparative study of mechanical properties of concrete containing manufactured steel fibre and lathe waste fibre. Prof. Sudhir Goyal
Dr. Faraz Tariq
Sameer Gaur Recycled Concrete Aggregates Prof. Sudhir Goyal
Dr. Faraz Tariq

Journal Publications:

  • Tariq, F. and Bhargava, P., 2020. Bond-slip models for super ductile TMT bars with normal strength concrete exposed to elevated temperatures. Journal of Building Engineering32, p.101585. SCI Journal Impact factor: 3.379
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Bond characteristics of corroded pullout specimens exposed to elevated temperatures, Structures, 2020, SCI Journal Impact factor: 4.862
  • Mohit Verma, Recycled material reinforced concrete beams to reducing waste material using multi objective cuckoo search algorithm (Mocsa), Journal of Green Engineering, 2020, SCOPUS Journal Impact Factor: 1.05
  • Faraz Tariq, Mahesh Gaikwad, Pradeep Bhargava, Analysis of behaviour of corroded RC beams exposed to elevated temperatures, Journal of Building Engineering, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 3.379
  • Faraz Tariq,  Pradeep Bhargava, Post corrosion bond-slip models for super ductile steel with concrete, Construction and Building Materials, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 6.141
  • Faraz Tariq,  Pradeep Bhargava, Flexural behaviour of corroded RC beams exposed to fire, Structures, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 4.862
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Stress–strain curves and mechanical properties of corrosion damaged super ductile reinforcing steel, Structures, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 4.862
  • Mahendra Chilakala, Rahul Samyal, Sahil Garg, Kuldeep K. Saxena, Nakul Gupta, Numerical Simulation of Cracks in Automotive Coatings Under Mechanical and Thermal Loading Using Element Free Galerkin Method, Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies, 2021, ESCI Journal Impact Factor: 1.56
  • Ankur Gupta, Nakul Gupta, Kuldeep K. Saxena, Experimental study of the mechanical and durability properties of Slag and Calcined Clay based geopolymer composite, Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies, 2021, ESCI Journal Impact Factor: 1.56
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Bond–Slip Models for Corroded RC Members Exposed to Fire, ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 2.528
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Temperature dependent properties of corroded super ductile SD TMT steel bars, Structures, 2021, SCI Journal Impact factor: 4.862
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Residual mechanical behavior of (SD 500) hot rolled TMT reinforcing steel bars after elevated temperatures, Construction and Building Materials, 2019, SCI Journal Impact factor: 6.141
  • Faraz Tariq, Pradeep Bhargava, Residual Properties of XD TMT Bars after Exposure to Elevated Temperatures, ASTM Journal of testing and Evaluation, 2019, SCI Journal Impact Factor: 1.264
  • Arvind Sankhala, Kuldeep K Saxena, Nakul Gupta, Experimental Investigation of Tool Wear in Machining of SiC Based AlMMC, Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies, 2021, ESCI Journal Impact Factor: 1.56
  • Jadon, R.K. and Gupta, N., 2019. Effect of various coarse aggregate sizes and different marble chips proportions on properties of pervious concrete. Int. J. Innov. Technol. Explor. Eng, 8, pp.1131-1134. (SCOPUS)

Book Chapters/Conference Proceedings (Scopus Indexed)

  • Kishore, K. and Gupta, N., 2021. Mechanical characterization and assessment of composite geopolymer concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.58-62.
  • Tomar, R., Kishore, K., Parihar, H.S. and Gupta, N., 2021. A comprehensive study of waste coconut shell aggregate as raw material in concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.437-443.
  • Parashar, A.K. and Gupta, A., 2021. Investigation of the effect of bagasse ash, hooked steel fibers and glass fibers on the mechanical properties of concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.801-807.
  • Shukla, A., Gupta, N. and Kishore, K., 2020. Experimental investigation on the effect of steel fiber embedded in marble dust based concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings26, pp.2938-2945.
  • Shukla, A. and Gupta, N., 2020. Study on the efficacy of natural pozzolans in Cement Mortar. Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete, Rilem publicatiobn, springer, pp.469-480.
  • Dubey, P. and Gupta, N., 2020. Experimental Investigation on Strength and Durability of Concrete with Partial Replacement of Cement Using Calcined Clay. In Calcined Clays for Sustainable Concrete (pp. 713-722). Springer, Singapore.
  • Kishore, K. and Gupta, N., 2020. Application of domestic & industrial waste materials in concrete: A review. Materials Today: Proceedings26, pp.2926-2931.
  • Kishore, K. and Gupta, N., 2021, April. Exposure of calcined clay and low calcium flyash-based mortar on moderate acid environment. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012165). IOP Publishing.
  • Gupta, A., 2021. Investigation of the strength of ground granulated blast furnace slag based geopolymer composite with silica fume. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.23-28.
  • Gupta, A., Gupta, N., Saxena, K.K. and Goyal, S.K., 2021. Investigation of the mechanical strength of stone dust and ceramic waste based composite. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.29-33.
  • Sharma, U., Gupta, N. and Saxena, K.K., 2021. Comparative study on the effect of industrial by-products as a replacement of cement in concrete. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.45-51.
  • Dhawan, A., Gupta, N., Goyal, R. and Saxena, K.K., 2021. Evaluation of mechanical properties of concrete manufactured with fly ash, bagasse ash and banana fibre. Materials Today: Proceedings44, pp.17-22.
  • Sharma, P., Sharma, N., Singh, P., Verma, M. and Parihar, H.S., 2020. Examine the effect of setting time and compressive strength of cement mortar paste using iminodiacetic acid. Materials Today: Proceedings32, pp.878-881.
  • Tiwari, P.K., Sharma, P., Sharma, N. and Verma, M., 2021. An experimental investigation on metakaoline GGBS based concrete with recycled coarse aggregate. Materials Today: Proceedings43, pp.1025-1030.
  • Shukla, A., Gupta, N., Gupta, A., Goel, R. and Kumar, S., 2020, April. Natural Pozzolans a Comparative Study: A Review. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 804, No. 1, p. 012040). IOP Publishing.
  • Gupta, A., Gupta, N., Shukla, A., Goyal, R. and Kumar, S., 2020, April. Utilization of recycled aggregate, plastic, glass waste and coconut shells in concrete-A review. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 804, No. 1, p. 012034). IOP Publishing.
  • Shukla, A., Gupta, N., Goel, R. and Kumar, S., 2020, April. Study on the Behaviour of Green Concrete by the use of Industrial waste Material: A Review. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 804, No. 1, p. 012036). IOP Publishing. 
  • Shukla, A., Gupta, N. and Gupta, A., 2020. Development of green concrete using waste marble dust. Materials Today: Proceedings26, pp.2590-2594.
  • Gupta, A., Kumar, S., Gupta, N. and Pal, S., 2021, April. Investigation of the impact of eco-friendly building materials on carbon footprints of an affordable housing in hilly region. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012163). IOP Publishing.
  • Nigam, M. and Gupta, A., 2021, April. Experimental investigation of the effect of curing compound on self-compacting concrete properties. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012167). IOP Publishing.
  • Gupta, N. and Gupta, A., 2021, April. Condition assessment of the structural elements of a reinforced concrete structure using non-destructive techniques. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012164). IOP Publishing.
  • Shukla, A., Kishore, K. and Gupta, N., 2021, April. Mechanical properties of cement mortar with Lime & Rice hush ash. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012025). IOP Publishing.
  • Sharma, U., Yadav, B. and Gupta, N., 2021, April. Evaluating effects of various mineral admixtures when replaced with a part of cement in concrete. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012169). IOP Publishing.
  • Parihar, H.S., 2021. Analysis on morality of polymer concrete for enhancing ambient temperature. Materials Today: Proceedings.
  • Parihar, H.S. and Verma, M., 2021. Low compressive potency DS-dune sand utilizing PW-plastic waste for the construction of roads. Materials Today: Proceedings45, pp.3005-3009.
  • Parihar, H.S. and Verma, M., 2021. Reduction in cross section of embankment of road slope with support of software intended at fine sand with ceramic tile waste material. Materials Today: Proceedings45, pp.3259-3263.
  • Soni, A. and Varshney, D., 2021, April. Experimental study of the effect of alkali contamination on geo-mechanical properties of the soil. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012173). IOP Publishing.
  • Katiyar, M., Sahu, A.K., Agarwal, S. and Tiwari, P., 2021, April. Role of Spatial Design in Green Buildings-A Critical Review of Green Building Rating Systems. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1116, No. 1, p. 012166). IOP Publishing.

Faculty In-charge
Dr. Nakul Gupta
Assistant Professor,
Department of Civil Engineering
Email: mahendra.pal@gla.ac.in

Department of Computer Engineering and Applications (CEA)

Two research center/lab, are established in the department of CEA, with the aim to support research activities among students and faculty members. It works with an "open access policy" (i.e. the resources are available for all the faculty members and students across the university). Currently, the department of CEA holds two research centre/lab to promote research in the following promising areas of technology.

(i) Computer Vision and Image Processing

(ii) Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning

(iii) Information Retrieval

(iv) Network and Information Security

(v) Software Engineering

(vi) Data Analytics

(vii) Cloud Computing

(viii) Computer Network

(ix) Data Mining

(x) Signal Processing

The following two research center/lab have been established to conduct the research in the above mentioned fields.

(A) Centre-1: Computer Vision and Intelligent Systems (CVIS)

The CVIS is established to conduct the research related to computer vision and image processing. The main purpose of CVIS is to promote the Deep Learning based solutions for societal issues. The CVIS is equipped with the machines with following specifications.

S.No. Machine Nos. Specification RAM Tools
1. GPU 1 Intel Xeon® GOLD-5222 128 GB Python, OpenCv
2. Workstation 1 Inetl Xeon® E3-1240 V5 32 GB Python, OpenCv
3. Desktop Systems 8 Intel Core i5, 8th Generation 8 GB Python, OpenCv

(B) Center-2: Research Lab (RL)

The RL is established to conduct basic research activities from identification of problem statements to their solutions using basic technological approaches. The RL holds the following machines with specified tools and technology.

S.No. Machine Nos. Specification RAM Tools
1. Desktop Systems 22 Intel Core i5, 8th Generation 8 GB Python, OpenCV

The research centre/lab have been established with the following objectives:

(i) To organize workshops on the use and application of various tools and latest technologies for students, teachers and personnel from other laboratories, universities and industries.

(ii) To provide facilities to researcher's and other users from academic institutes to carry out research and development work.

(iii) It offers the researcher exploring new dimensions in various areas of science and technology.

Available Experts:

The following experts in the different fields are available in the department to facilitate the students to smoothly conduct their research.

S.No. Faculty Area of Expertise
1 Prof. Charul Bhatnagar Computer Vision
2 Prof. Anand Singh Jalal Image Processing, Machine Learning
3 Prof. Ashish Sharma Software Engineering, Cloud Computing
4 Prof. Diwakar Bhardwaj Mobile Adhoc Network
5 Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma Information Retrieval, Data Analytics
6 Prof. Manoj Kumar Computer Vision
7 Dr. Anant Ram Mobile Adhoc Network
8 Dr. Hitendra Garg Image Processing
9 Dr. Suresh C.Raikwar Computer Vision Image Processing
10. Dr. Ashish Sharma Data Mining
11. Dr. Manish Raj Robotics, machine learning

Projects undertaken

S.N. Title Principal Investigator Agency Status
1. Identification of unreliability and fakeness in social media posts Prof. Dilip Kumar Sharma Council of science and technology, UP, India Ongoing
2. Automatic recognition of Indian Sign Language Prof. Anand Singh Jalal Computer Society of India Completed

LabVIEW system design software provides engineers and scientists with the tools they need to create and deploy measurement and control systems. The heart of the NI education platform, LabVIEW helps students, teachers and researchers to build a wide range of applications in dramatically less time. It is the premier development environment for problem solving, accelerated productivity and continual innovation. It offers a graphical programming approach that helps you to visualize every aspect of application, including hardware configuration, measurement data and debugging.

Major equipment’s:

S. No. Name of Equipment Qty. (No.)
1 10 User Lab VIEW Academic Premium Suite Licences - Perpetual License with Tool kits & Modules, Controls and Embedded Software, Signal Processing & Communication Software 1
2 10 Units of NI my RIO
3 Sensors Kit for NI my RIO
(Mechatronics, Embedded & Starter)
4 Lab VIEW Academy Course
5 Computer (HP280, G2MT Legacy Desktop, I5-6500 CPU with 3.2 GHz Processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, LCD Monitor, Keyboard & Mouse) 12
6 Computer (HP 6200 PRO I5) 1
7 Process Control Trainer with Compressor & Accessories (Model: XPO-PCT-FL) 1

Project Details:

  1. Design and analysis of decoupled servo and regulatory control actions for nonlinear systems
    • Project Investigators: Dr. Puneet Mishra, Prof. (Dr.) Vishal Goyal (Director, IQAC) & Dr. Vinay Kumar Deolia (Prof. & Head, Dept. of ECE, IET, GLA University, Mathura).
  2. Design of an adaptive fractional-order PD controller for spatial control of AHWR
    • Project Investigators: Mr. Jitendra Kumar (PI, Asst. Professor, GLA University, Mathura) and Prof. (Dr.) Vishal Goyal (CI, Associate Director, IQAC).

Publication Details:
SCI/Scopus Indexed Journals

  • Goyal, V., Mishra, P. and Deolia, V.K., 2019. A robust fractional order parallel control structure for flow control using a pneumatic control valve with nonlinear and uncertain dynamics. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 44(3), pp.2597-2611. SCIE Impact factor-2.334
  • Goyal, V., Mishra, P., Shukla, A., Deolia, V.K. and Varshney, A., 2019. A fractional order parallel control structure tuned with meta-heuristic optimization algorithms for enhanced robustness. Journal of Electrical Engineering, 70(1), pp.16-24. (SCOPUS)
  • Agarwal, A., Mishra, P. and Goyal, V., 2021. A Novel Augmented Fractional-Order Fuzzy Controller for Enhanced Robustness in Nonlinear and Uncertain Systems with Optimal Actuator Exertion. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, pp.1-20. SCIE Impact factor- 2.334
  • Bandyopadhyay, S.K., Dutta, S. and Goyel, V., 2020. A Proposed Method Using Deep Learning from Unseen to Seen Anxieties of Children during COVID-19. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Global Studies. SCI Impact factor-0.17
  • Agrawal, A., Goyal, V. and Mishra, P., 2021. Comparative study of fuzzy PID and PID controller optimized with spider monkey optimization for a robotic manipulator system. Recent Advances in Computer Science and Communications (Formerly: Recent Patents on Computer Science), 14(4), pp.1173-1181. (SCOPUS)
  • Gaidhane, V.H., Mir, A. and Goyal, V., 2019. Energy harvesting from far field RF signals. International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer‐Aided Engineering, 29(5), p.e21612. SCI Impact factor-1.694
  • Goyal, V., Mishra, P. and Deolia, V.K., 2019. A robust fractional order parallel control structure for flow control using a pneumatic control valve with nonlinear and uncertain dynamics. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering, 44(3), pp.2597-2611. SCIE Impact factor-1.092
  • Goyal, V., Mishra, P., Shukla, A., Deolia, V.K. and Varshney, A., 2019. A fractional order parallel control structure tuned with meta-heuristic optimization algorithms for enhanced robustness. Journal of Electrical Engineering, 70(1), pp.16-24. (SCOPUS)
  • Kumar, V., Rana, K.P.S., Kumar, J. & Mishra, P. 2018, "Self-tuned robust fractional order fuzzy PD controller for uncertain and nonlinear active suspension system", Neural Computing and Applications, vol. 30, no. 6, pp. 1827-1843. (SCOPUS)

Conferences/Book Chapters

  • Varshney, A., Mishra, P. and Goyal, V., 2018. Analysis of Parallel Control Structure for Efficient Servo and Regulatory Actions. In Intelligent Communication and Computational Technologies (pp. 357-369). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Saxena, J. Kumar, V. K. Deolia, “Optimized Controller for manipulator System using Genetic Algorithm”, International Conference on Recent Innovation and Technology Development in Mechanical Engineering (ICRITDME), Jaipur, Rajasthan, , India, 2020,Springer Publication. (SCOPUS)
  • Saxena, J. Kumar, K. Sharma, D. Roy “Controlling of manipulator for performing Advance metal welding”, International Conference on Recent Innovation and Technology Development in Mechanical Engineering (ICRITDME), Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, 2020, Springer Publication. (SCOPUS)
  • Kumar, J., Design and Analysis of Nonlinear PID Controller for Complex Surge Tank System. In Proceedings of International Conference on Communication and Artificial Intelligence: ICCAI 2020 (p. 189). Springer Nature. (SCOPUS)
  • Saxena, A., Kumar, J., Sharma, K. and Roy, D., 2022. Designing and Analysis of Dynamic Model for Robotic Manipulator. In Advances in Energy Technology (pp. 683-691). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Agrawal, A., 2021. Analytical Study of the Robustness of the Different Variants of Fractional-Order Self-Tuned Fuzzy Logic Controllers. In IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (Vol. 1022, No. 1, p. 012109). IOP Publishing. (SCOPUS)
  • Mishra, P., Goyal, V. and Shukla, A., 2020. An improved grasshopper optimization algorithm for solving numerical optimization problems. In Advances in Intelligent Computing and Communication (pp. 179-188). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Agrawal, A., Goyal, V. and Mishra, P., 2020, January. Study of Performance of Ant Bee Colony Optimized Fuzzy PID Controller to Control Two-Link Robotic Manipulator with Payload. In International conference on Modelling, Simulation and Intelligent Computing (pp. 519-527). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Saxena, A., Kumar, J. and Deolia, V.K., 2020, February. Design a robust intelligent controller for rigid robotic manipulator system having two links and payloads. In 2020 International Conference on Power Electronics & IoT Applications in Renewable Energy and its Control (PARC) (pp. 159-163). IEEE. (SCOPUS)
  • Saxena, A., Chaturvedi, R., & Kumar, J. (2021). Performance of Two-Link Robotic Manipulator Estimated Through the Implementation of Self-Tuned Fuzzy PID Controller. In International Conference on Communication, Computing and Electronics Systems (pp. 721-732). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Agrawal, A., 2021. Analysis of Efficiency of Fractional Order Technique in a Controller for a Complex Nonlinear Control Process. In Proceedings of International Conference on Big Data, Machine Learning and their Applications (pp. 1-11). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Maheshwari, P., Agrawal, M. and Goyal, V., 2021. Design and Analysis of Smart Automatic Street Light System. In Proceedings of International Conference on Big Data, Machine Learning and their Applications (pp. 151-159). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, D., Goyal, V. and Kumar, J., 2019, January. An optimized fractional order PID controller for integrated power system. In International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Communication Technologies (pp. 663-672). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Kumar, J., Goyal, V. and Gupta, D., 2020. Study of network-induced delays on networked control systems. In Advances in Data and Information Sciences (pp. 13-21). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Mishra, P., Kumar, V. and Rana, K.P.S., 2017, July. A comparative study for flow control using SCIC and NPIC controllers. In 2017 8th International Conference on Computing, Communication and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT) (pp. 1-6). IEEE. (SCOPUS)
  • Singh, P., Goyal, V., Deolia, V.K. and Sharma, T.N., 2017. Sliding mode control of uncertain nonlinear discrete delayed time system using Chebyshev neural network. In Advances in Computer and Computational Sciences (pp. 527-540). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Varshney, A., Mishra, P. and Goyal, V., 2018. Analysis of Parallel Control Structure for Efficient Servo and Regulatory Actions. In Intelligent Communication and Computational Technologies (pp. 357-369). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)

Patent Details:

  • Energy Harvesting from Far Field RF Signal

Inventor: - Dr Vishal Goyal, Dr Vilas H Gaidhane (UAE), Dr Aasheesh Shukla, Rohit Yadav, Sakshi Agrawal
Publication Number: 21/2020
Application Number: 202011014385

  • Smart Automatic Street Light with Woman Protection System

Inventor: - Mr Prakhar Maheshwari, Mr Monika Agrawal, Dr Vishal Goyal, Dr Vinay Kumar Deolia
Publication Number: 34/2020
Application Number: 202011025403

Faculty In-charge :

Dr Vishal Goyal
Professor
Electronics & Communication Engineering
vishal.goyal@gla.ac.in

Mr. Jitendra Kumar
Assistant Professor
Electronics & Communication Engineering
jitendra.kumar@gla.ac.in

Texas instrument innovation centre is established in the dept. to provide the knowledge and training in Robotics advance control and IoT. Along with hardware training kit, the training on MATLAB software is also provided. After training student may be capable to design MATLAB software-based projects (mainly in communication tool box) and small projects based on IoT and Robotics.

Major equipment’s

S. No. Name of Equipment/ Software Qty. (No.)
1. Establishment of Texas Instruments Innovation Centre under TI University Program 1
  Accessory:  
a. Robotics System Lab Kit 8
b. Neuro Sense Band 3
c. RSLK compatible sensors 3
d. TMS320C6748 DSP kit with XDS100V3 Emulator 1
e. CC110L Booster pack 2
f. TIVA Launch pad 5
g. Sensor Hub Booster Pack 2
h. MSP430 Solar Energy Harvesting Development Tool (Comes with 2 numbers of Ez RF 2500 MSP430 Wireless Development tool) 1
i. BOOSTXL-CC2650MA 2
j. Simple Link Wi-Fi CC3100 Booster Pack 2
k. CC3220SF - LAUNCHXL 2
l. MSP430F5529 USB Launch pad 4
m. Sensors for IoT 1
2. Computer (HP 280 G4 I5) 24

Patent Details:

Name of the Patentor Patent Number Title of the patent Year of Award of patent
GLA University 202011025403 Smart automatic street light with woman protection system 2020

Publication Details:

  • Gupta, M., Kumar, D. and Kumar, M., 2021. IOT-Based Smart Traffic Light System for Smart Cities. In Proceedings of Second International Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (pp. 579-585). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Maheshwari, P., Agrawal, M. and Goyal, V., 2021. Design and Analysis of Smart Automatic Street Light System. In Proceedings of International Conference on Big Data, Machine Learning and their Applications (pp. 151-159). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)

Faculty in-charge:
Mr. Divesh Kumar
Assistant Professor
Electronics & Communication Engineering  
Divesh.kumar@gla.ac.in
Contact No. 7060001917

"Centre for Cow Science and Research" is a research Centre dedicated to undertake 'Indigenous Cows Centric' basic, applied & adaptive research on all aspects of production, reproduction & amp; health care. We have committed to improvement, conservation and promotion of native germ-plasm of cows. We are also studying the molecular and genetic epidemiology of various infectious diseases like Johne's disease (JD), Brucellosis, Mastitis, Foot and Mouth disease, etc in cows and other ruminants. We are screening the animal population to identify the breeds and genetic lines of animals (dams and sires) resistant/ susceptible to diseases which help in conservation of the precious breeds and save them from extinction. We are also screening the human population for Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis (MAP) infection suspected for Crohn's disease (CD) and other auto immune disorders like Diabetes, Arthritis, Thyroid disorder, etc. Our main focus is to reduce the animal and human infections by reducing the contamination of milk, water, pastures and environment.

Description of Instruments

BACTEC MGIT 320

Non-radiometric, fully automated system (annual capacity of 2,700 tubes) for the rapid detection of mycobacteria in clinical specimens, other than blood, as well as antimicrobial susceptibility testing of anti-tuberculosis drugs known as S.I.R.E., I.R., and PZA. The BD BACTEC™ MGIT™ automated mycobacterial detection system is a fully automated solution for mycobacterial liquid culture and susceptibility testing. The BD BACTEC MGIT 320 system is designed to help smaller-capacity laboratories quickly and accurately detect TB. The system automatically directs tube placement and indicates positives with both a visual and an audible signal as they occur.

MagCam DC-5

Magnus MagCam DC-5 5.1 MP Digital Camera with Eyepiece Tube Adapter is a premium quality product from Magnus. Moglix is a well-known ecommerce platform for qualitative range of Other Lab Supplies. All Magnus MagCam DC-5 5.1 MP Digital Camera with Eyepiece Tube Adapter are manufactured by using quality assured material and advanced techniques, which make them up to the standard in this highly challenging field.

Hematology analyzers

Hematology analyzers are used to count and identify blood cells at high speed and accuracy. Hematology analyzers are used to conduct a complete blood count (CBC), which is usually the first test requested by physicians to determine a patients general health status. A complete blood count includes red blood cell (RBC), white blood cell (WBC), hemoglobin, and platelet counts, as well as hematocrit levels. Other analyses include mean corpuscular hemoglobin, WBC differential count in percentage and absolute value, Platelet distribution width, large platelet cell ratio, and Platelet criteria.

Gel Documentation Systems from Bio-Rad

A gel doc, also known as a gel documentation system, gel image system or gel imager, refers to equipment widely used in molecular biology laboratories for the imaging and documentation of nucleic acid and protein suspended within polyacrylamide or agarose gels. These gels are typically stained with ethidium bromide or other nucleic acid stains such as Gel Green. Generally, a gel doc includes an ultraviolet (UV) light transilluminator, a hood or a darkroom to shield external light sources and protect the user from UV exposure, and a CMOS camera for image capturing. Bio-Rad offers a comprehensive range of imaging systems for the detection, quantization, and analysis of proteins and nucleic acids in gels and on membranes. These gel documentation systems have advanced software, providing rapid automated data acquisition, analysis, and validation.

Ultrasonic Shell Crusher Noise Isolating Chamber

Ultrasound cell disintegrator uses the dispersing effect of ultrasound in liquid to make the liquid produce cavitation’s, so as to break up solid particles or cell tissues in liquid.

Ultrasound cell disintegrator is a multi-functional and multi-purpose instrument which uses strong ultrasound to produce cavitation’s effect in liquid and to treat substances by ultrasound. It can be used to break up animal and plant tissues, cells, bacteria and spore bacteria. It can also be used for emulsification, separation, dispersion, homogenization, extraction, degassing, cleaning and acceleration. The machine is widely used in teaching, scientific research and production of biochemistry, microbiology, pharmaceutical chemistry, surface chemistry, physics, zoology, agriculture, medicine, pharmacy and other fields.

MJ Mini Thermal Cycler

The compact 48-well MJ Mini Thermal Cycler is a powerful, small-capacity, high-performance personal thermal cycler for conducting polymerase chain reaction (PCR) in the classroom. The MJ Mini cycler offers thermal gradient technology so you can optimize reactions for maximum efficiency and accurate quantitation.

Micro Plate Reader

A microplate reader is a laboratory instrument that is used to measure chemical, biological or physical reactions, properties and analytes within the well of a microplate. A microplate consists of small wells in which separated reactions take place. These reactions convert the presence of an analyte or the progression of biochemical processes into optical signals. The microplate reader detects these signals and thus quantifies the parameter of interest. A microplate reader can handle up to 3456 samples in minutes or even seconds. A plate reader helps to minimize operational time and to save reagent costs, allowing researchers to dedicate more time to data analysis and generation of actionable insights.

UV Transilluminator

A ultra-violet (UV) transilluminator is a standard piece of equipment used in life science laboratories for visualization of target DNAs and proteins. The UV transilluminator works by emitting high levels of UV radiation through the viewing surface. The key application for a UV transilluminator is for visualization of DNA and protein agarose and polyacrylamide gels after electrophoresis. Gels can be directly placed onto the UV transilluminator; wavelength will vary on your particular application.

Centrifuge

Centrifuge machine is electronic equipment used for the separation of components in a sample mixture, such as a mixture of suspended solids or two or more immiscible liquids. The equipment is fixed at the axis of rotation and centrifugal forces cause the samples to separate such that the denser materials are settled below the lighter ones. The sample is contained in conical or round tubes, often referred as the centrifuge tubes, and placed within the rotor, in a balancing position, and covered with a lid to prevent spillage, and any accidents or disasters. The rpm (rotation per minute), i.e. centrifugal speed, the duration of rotation, the temperature can be adjusted, based on the sample requirement.

Cooling Microfuge

Cooling Microfuge Model CM-12 is ideal for temperature sensitive samples and finds application for growing RIA (Radio Immune Assay demands), can be used for routine application in biochemical and clinical labs. For Hematocrit, Corpuscle Percentage contents in blood, serum analysis and precipitate separation also. Some features of cooling microfuge are digital speed indicator, Dynamic brake, Digital speed indicator, 0-99 minutes digital countdown timer and Digital Temperature controller cum indicator.

Vaccine Developed:

“Indigenous Johne’s Disease Vaccine” has been developed by Prof. Shoor Vir Singh (Former Principal Scientist and Head, Animal Health, Division, ICAR- Central Institute for Research on Goats, Makhdoom, Mathura) and his team (Dr. Saurabh Gupta and Dr. Kundan Kumar Chaubey) using goat origin strain of MAP ‘S5’ ‘Indian bison type’ for the control of pTB in domestic ruminants (Goat, sheep, cow, and buffaloes).

Projects Details:

S. No. Projects Title Funding  Agency Duration Amount
(in Lakhs)
Project
Coordinator/Team
Status
1.

Identification of key molecular factors involved in resistance/ susceptibility to paratuberculosis infection in indigenous breeds of cows.

DBT 2020-2023 96.2048

Co-ordinator and PI:
Dr. S V Singh,
Co-PI: Dr. Kundan Kumar Chaubey
And
CC_PI: Dr. Sarwar Azam, NIAB, Hyderabad

Sanctioned
2.

Development of herbal formulation from medicinal plants (Ocimum sanctum and Solanum  xanthocarpum) for the therapeutic management of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in domestic livestock

DBT 2020-2023 96.04

Co-ordinator and PI:
Dr. S V Singh,
Co-PI: Dr. Kundan Kumar Chaubey;
Dr. Dipak Das

CC-PI: Dr. Sayeed Ahmad, JAMIA Hamdard, New Delhi

Sanctioned
3.

“Indigenous Johnin from native strain Indian Bison Type of Mycobacterium avium subsp.Paratubarculosis for the diagnosis of Johne’s disease in domestic livestock as the field test”

NRDC 2020-2021 2.00

Dr. S V Singh, Dr.Saurabh Gupta &Dr.Kundan Kumar Chaubey

Sanctioned
4.

Optimization of core components integrated into the Indigenous ELISA kit for Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection, safety, efficacy and performance of candidate.

Internal
Seed Grant, GLA University
2018-2020 3.0

PI: Dr.Kundan Kumar Chaubey
Co-PI: Dr.Saurabh Gupta

Sanctioned
5.

Estimation of bio-load of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in the milk and milk products in the Braj Region using Microscopy.

Internal
Seed Grant, GLA University
2018-2020 2.75

PI:  Dr. Saurabh Gupta &
Co-PI: Dr. Kundan Kumar Chaubey

Sanctioned
6.

Prevalence and characterization of Mycobacterium avium subspecies Paratuberculosis infection in domestic livestock population.

Internal
Seed Grant, GLA University
2019-2021 12.5

PI: Dr.Kundan Kumar Chaubey
Co-PIs: Dr.Saurabh Gupta
Dr. Shoor Vir Singh

Sanctioned
7.

Bio‐load’ and Bio‐type profiles of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in the bovine population endemic for Johne's Disease using Real time assays.

Internal
Seed Grant, GLA University
2019-2021 14.60

PI:  Dr. Saurabh Gupta
&
Co-PIs: Dr. Kundan Kumar Chaubey
Dr. Shoor Vir Singh

Sanctioned

Publications Details:

  • Kumar, S., Kumar, S., Singh, R.V., Chauhan, A., Kumar, A., Bharati, J. and Singh, S.V., 2020. Association of genetic variability in CD209 gene with bovine paratuberculosis disease: a case–control study in the Indian cattle population. Animal Biotechnology, pp.1-8. SCI Impact factor 1.487.
  • Kumar, S., Kumar, S., Singh, R.V., Chauhan, A., Kumar, A., Sulabh, S., Bharati, J. and Singh, S.V., 2019. Genetic association of polymorphisms in bovine TLR2 and TLR4 genes with Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in Indian cattle population. Veterinary research communications, 43(2), pp.105-114. SCI Impact factor 2.459
  • Singh, M., Gupta, S., Chaubey, K.K., Singh, P.K., Khandelwal, V., Choudhary, P., Pant, G., Singh, S.V. and Sohal, J.S., 2020. BIO-safety of milk products and mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis as major microbial contaminant using multiple tests including culture and sybr green real-time assay. Journal of Experimental Biology and Agricultural Sciences, 8(4), pp.508-523. (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, S., Singh, S.V., Singh, M., Chaubey, K.K., Karthik, K., Bhatia, A.K., Kumar, N. and Dhama, K., 2019. Vaccine approaches for the 'therapeutic management' of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in domestic livestock. Veterinary Quarterly, 39(1), pp.143-152. SCI Impact Factor 2.235
  • Chaubey, K.K., Singh, S.V. and Bhatia, A.K., 2018. Evaluation of ‘Recombinant secretary antigens’ based ‘Cocktail ELISA’ for the diagnosis of Johne's disease and to differentiate non-infected, infected and vaccinated goats in combination with indigenous ELISA test. Small Ruminant Research, 165, pp.24-29. SCI Impact Factor 2.235
  • Hemati, Z., Derakhshandeh, A., Haghkhah, M., Chaubey, K.K., Gupta, S., Singh, M., Singh, S.V. and Dhama, K., 2019. Mammalian cell entry operons; novel and major subset candidates for diagnostics with special reference to Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection. Veterinary Quarterly, 39(1), pp.65-75. SCI Impact Factor 2.235
  • Hemati, Z., Haghkhah, M., Derakhshandeh, A., Chaubey, K.K. and Singh, S.V., 2020. Novel recombinant Mce-truncated protein-based ELISA for the diagnosis of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis infection in domestic livestock. PloS one, 15(6), p.e0233695. SCI Impact Factor 3.240
  • Hemati, Z., Haghkhah, M., Derakhshandeh, A., Singh, S. and Chaubey, K.K., 2018. Cloning and characterization of MAP2191 gene, a mammalian cell entry antigen of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis. Molecular Biology Research Communications, 7(4), p.165. (SCOPUS)
  • Khandelwal, V., Choudhary, P.K., Goel, A., Bhatia, A.K., Gururaj, K., Gupta, S. and Singh, S.V., 2018. Immunomodulatory activity of Neolamarckiacadamba (Roxb.) Bosser with reference to IL-2 induction. (SCOPUS)
  • Biswal, S., Rath, A.P., Singh, S.V., Sahoo, N., Gupta, S., Singh, M. and Chaubey, K.K., 2020. Detection of Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis (MAP) from subclinical caprine paratuberculosis cases of Odisha. Indian Journal of Animal Research, 54(6), pp.709-715. SCI Impact Factor 0.395
  • Chaubey, Kundan & Singh, Shoor & Bhatia, Ashok. (2018). Evaluation of ‘Recombinant secretary antigens’ based ‘Cocktail ELISA’ for the diagnosis of Johne's disease and to differentiate non-infected, infected and vaccinated goats in combination with indigenous ELISA test. Small Ruminant Research. 165. 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2018.06.005. SCI Impact Factor 1.611
  • Chaubey, K.K., Singh, S.V., Singh, P.K., Gupta, S., Khandelwal, V., Choudhary, P.K., Pant, G., Jayaraman, S. and Rawat, K.D., 2020. Detection of anti-Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis antibodies in thyroid and type-1 diabetes patients.Indian Journal of Biotechnology Vol. 19, January 2020, pp 49-52. SCI Impact Factor 0.414
  • Chaubey, K.K., Gangwar, N., Pawaiya, R.S., Jatav, G.P., Sohal, J.S., Singh, S.V., Singh, M., Gupta, S., Kumaresan, G., Kumar, N. and Jayaraman, S., 2019. Evaluation of newly developed ‘six recombinant secretary proteins based ‘cocktail ELISA’ and ‘whole cell lysate’ based ‘indigenous ELISA and tissue microscopy’ with ‘Gold standard’ histo-pathology for the diagnosis of Johne’s disease in slaughtered goats and buffaloes. Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases, 66, p.101338. SCI Impact Factor 2.268
  • Singh, M., Gupta, S., Chaubey, K.K., Singh, S.V. and Sohal, J.S., 2019. Profiling of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis in the milk of lactating goats using antigen-antibody based assays. Comparative immunology, microbiology and infectious diseases, 64, pp.53-60. SCI Impact Factor 0.29
  • Kumar, N., Khandelwal, N., Kumar, R., Chander, Y., Rawat, K.D., Chaubey, K.K., Sharma, S., Singh, S.V., Riyesh, T., Tripathi, B.N. and Barua, S., 2019. Inhibitor of sarco/endoplasmic reticulum calcium-ATPase impairs multiple steps of paramyxovirus replication. Frontiers in microbiology, 10, p.209. SCI Impact Factor 4.235
  • Khandelwal, V., Choudhary, P.K., Goel, A., Bhatia, A.K., Pant, G., Chaubey, K.K., Gupta, S. and Singh, S.V., 2019. Cytokines modulating potential of Neolamarckiacadamba (Roxb.) Bosser. Indian J Tradit Know. 2019; 18 (1): 88-93. SCI Impact Factor 0.757
  • Bhat, A.M., Malik, H.U., Wani, N.M., Paul, S., Gupta, S., Dolma, T. and Singh, S.V., 2019. First report of Cryptosporidium sp. infection in sheep population of Ladakh, India. Journal of Parasitic Diseases, 43(3), pp.513-516. (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, S., Singh, S.V., Singh, M., Chaubey, K.K., Karthik, K., Bhatia, A.K., Kumar, N. and Dhama, K., 2019. Vaccine approaches for the' therapeutic management of Mycobacterium avium subspecies paratuberculosis infection in domestic livestock. Veterinary Quarterly, 39(1), pp.143-152. SCI Impact Factor 2.235
  • Pant, G., Garlapati, D., Gaur, A., Hossain, K., Singh, S.V. and Gupta, A.K., 2020. Air quality assessment among populous sites of major metropolitan cities in India during COVID-19 pandemic confinement. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 27(35), pp.44629-44636. SCI Impact Factor 4.223
  • Jatav, G.P., Sikrodiya, R., Jayraw, A.K., Karmore, S.K., Singh, S., Chabbra, D., Shrivastava, N., Agrawal, V. and Shukla, S., 2020. Diagnosis of Mycobacterium avium subsp. Paratuberculosis by dot-ELISA in buffaloes of Malwa region (Madhya Pradesh, India). Buffalo Bulletin, 39(3), pp.279-284. SCI Impact Factor 0.18
  • Chaubey, K.K., Abdullah, M., Gupta, S., Navabharath, M. and Singh, S.V., 2021. Mycobacterium Biofilms Synthesis, Ultrastructure, and Their Perspectives in Drug Tolerance, Environment, and Medicine. In Microbial Polymers (pp. 465-478). (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, S., Chaubey, K.K., Khandelwal, V., Sharma, T. and Singh, S.V., 2021. Genetic Engineering Approaches for High-End Application of Biopolymers: Advances and Future Prospects. In Microbial Polymers (pp. 619-630). Springer, Singapore. (SCOPUS)
  • Chaubey, K.K., Singh, S.V. and Bhatia, A.K., 2018. Evaluation of ‘Recombinant secretary antigens’ based ‘Cocktail ELISA’ for the diagnosis of Johne's disease and to differentiate non-infected, infected and vaccinated goats in combination with indigenous ELISA test. Small Ruminant Research, 165, pp.24-29. SCI Impact Factor 1.69
  • Mohinani, T, Saxena, A, and Singh, S.V., 2021. In Silico Vaccine Designing Targeting the Virulence Factors of mce Operon of Mycobacterium avium subsp. ParatuberculosisCurrent Proteomics, 2021, 18, 1-0. SCI Impact Factor 0.837
  • Kusuma DS, Singh SV, Singh AV, Chauhan DS, 2021. Miscellaneous Paths induced by Mycobacterium Tuberculosis for its Reactivation and Dissemination from the Freckled Site. GranulomaInternational Journal of Science, Engineering and Management (IJSEM) Vol 6, Issue 3, March 2021, page 18-25. SCI Impact Factor 2.7
  • Parmar, J.K., Chaubey, K.K., Gupta, V. and Bharath, M.N., 2021. Assessment of various veterinary drug residues in animal originated food products. Veterinary World, 14(6), p.1650. (SCOPUS)
  • Gupta, S., Chaubey, K.K., Khandelwal, V., Sharma, T. and Singh, S.V., 2021. Datura Stramonium: An Overview of Its Antioxidant System for Plant Benefits. Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction, pp.461-468. (SCOPUS)
  • Rawat, K.D., Chaubey, K.K., Datten, B., Gupta, S. and Singh, S.V., 2021. Prominence of Antioxidant Potential of Plants and Its Induction by Interaction with Microorganisms. In Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction (pp. 551-564). (SCOPUS)
  • Sharma, T., Khandelwal, V., Gupta, S. and Singh, S., 2021. Secondary Metabolites, Boon for Plants; Their Role in Defence Mechanism and Antioxidant Activity of Anthocephalus cadamba. In Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction (pp. 413-424). (SCOPUS)
  • Sharma, K., Chaturvedi, U., Sharma, S. and Vaishnav, A., 2021. Fenugreek-Rhizobium Symbiosis and Flavonoids Under Stress Condition. In Antioxidants in Plant-Microbe Interaction (pp. 449-459). (SCOPUS)

Faculty in-charge
Dr. Shoorvir Singh
Prof & Head,
Department of Biotechnology,
Institute of Applied Science & Humanities,
GLA University, Mathura
Email: shoorivir.singh@gla.ac.in

Dr. Kundan Kumar Chubey
Assistant Professor-Research
Department of Biotechnology,
Institute of Applied Science & Humanities,
GLA University, Mathura
Email: kundan.chaubey@gla.ac.in

Creation of IPR Research Centre is an endeavour of GLA University, Mathura to provide research facilities to the institution, organization and small-scale industries of the region. GLA University also has Ph.D. Research Centre. It has Broad range of state-of-the-art laboratory with sophisticated instruments viz. HPLC, FTIR, Brookfield’s Viscometer, Phase Contrast Microscope and many more under one roof. IPR Research Centre strives for excellence in quality standards and aims at providing quality services with confidentiality, integrity & reliability. Here, we are committed to inculcate the right attitude and spirit to satisfy our customers through continual research and adopting the set techniques to train budding pharmaceutical analysts.

IPR Research Centre renders various services and intellectual input including analytical method development & validation, formulation development & its characterization to a wide range of users of the Universities, institutions and industries on payment basis.

We offer Facilities for accurate, prompt and cost-effective analysis & testing like,

  • Pre-formulation studies
    • Solubility studies
    • Drug excipient compatibility/interaction by FTIR
  • Process validation
  • Estimation of synthetic drugs by UV and HPLC
  • Phytochemical studies
  • Pharmacogenetic studies
  • Formulation development of Solid, liquid and semisolid dosage forms.

Instruments Details

S. No. Instrument Make of
Instrument
Sample quantity Charges (in Rs. /sample)
1 UV-Visible spectrophotometer Analytical
make, UK
100 mg 100 + 18% Service tax
2 FTIR IR Affinity-
1, Shimadzu
USA
10 mg 120 + 18% Service tax
3 Brookfield viscometer Brookfield
LV, DV-E
Viscometer
50 mL 100 + 18% Service tax
4 HPLC Agilent 100 mg 700 per run with known chromatographic conditions/purity
+ 18% Service tax
5 Phase Contrast Microscope Metzer 1-2 g 150 + 18% Service tax
6 Probe So nicator Vibra cell Ultra So nicator 50 mL 500 + 18% Service tax
7 Microtome HICON 1-2 g 100 + 18% Service tax

Note: Chemicals or solvent may cost extra.

We also offer services for formulation and evaluation of various dosage forms for the APIs as per IP/USP and Computational work.

Publication details

  • Semwal, B.C. and Garabadu, D., 2020. 5-N-ethyl Carboxamidoadenosine Stimulates Adenosine-2b Receptor-Mediated Mitogen-Activated Protein Kinase Pathway to Improve Brain Mitochondrial Function in Amyloid Beta-Induced Cognitive Deficit Mice. Neuro Molecular Medicine, (2020), 22(4), pp.542-556. SCI Impact factor- 3.843
  • Jain, R., Mujwar, S. Repurposing metocurine as main protease inhibitor to develop novel antiviral therapy for COVID-19. Struct Chem 31, (2020), 2487–2499 (2020). SCI Impact Factor- 1.887
  • Sonia Singh, Meenakshi Bajpai, Pradeep Mishra, Carissa carandas L. – phyto-pharmacological review, Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology,(2020), Volume 72, Issue 12, December 2020, Pages 1694–1714, SCI Impact factor-3.765
  • Garg, A., Tomar, D.S., Bhalala, K. &Wahajuddin, M. 2020, "Development and investigation of Artemether loaded binary solid lipid nanoparticles: Physicochemical characterization and in-situ single-pass intestinal permeability", Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, vol. 60. SCI Impact factor -3.891
  • Bahadur S, Pardhi DM, Rautio J, Rosenholm JM, Pathak K. Intranasal Nanoemulsions for Direct Nose-to-Brain Delivery of Actives for CNS Disorders. Pharmaceutics.2020; 12(12):1230. SCIE Impact factor- 6.321
  • Gupta, J.K., Shah, K. & Mishra, P. 2020, "Inadmissible planktons in potable water: a potential risk for human health", Current science (2020), vol. 119, no. 10, pp. 1627-1632. (SCOPUS)
  • Sharma Y, Garabadu D. Ruthenium red, mitochondrial calcium uniporter inhibitor, attenuates cognitive deficits in STZ-ICV challenged experimental animals. Brain Res Bull, 2020 Nov; 164:121-135. doi: 10.1016/j.brainresbull.2020.08.020. Epub 2020 Aug 25. PMID: 32858127. SCI Impact factor -4.077.
  • Bansal, K. & Bajpai, M. 2020, "Formulation and evaluation of phaneravariegata Linn. Mucilage as a pharmaceutical binder in solid dosage form", Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, vol. 54, no. 4, pp. 971-982. SCIE Impact Factor- 0.501
  • Mujwar S, Kumar V. Computational Drug Repurposing Approach to Identify Potential Fatty Acid-Binding Protein-4 Inhibitors to Develop Novel Antiobesity Therapy. Assay Drug Dev Technol. 2020 Oct; 18(7):318-327. doi: 10.1089/adt.2020.976. Epub 2020 Aug 14. PMID: 32799554. SCI Impact Factor- 1.738
  • Shah, K., Mujwar, S., Krishna, G. and Gupta, J.K., 2020. Computational Design and Biological Depiction of Novel Naproxen Derivative. ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies, SCI18 (7), pp.308-317. SCI Impact Factor- 1.738
  • Kumar, G.J., 2020. An insight into the sars-cov-2: Use of zinc ionophores-a blockbuster approach. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, (2020), pp.205-213.
  • Harwansh, R.K. and Deshmukh, R., 2020. Breast cancer: An insight into its inflammatory, molecular, pathological and targeted facets with update on investigational drugs. Critical Reviews in Oncology/Hematology, 154, p.103070. (SCOPUS)
  • Hafeez, A., Maurya, A., Singh, J., Mittal, A. and Rana, L., 2013. An overview on floating microsphere: gastro retention floating drug delivery system (FDDS). The Journal of Phytopharmacology, 2(3), pp.1-12. (SCOPUS)
  • Sharma, Y. and Garabadu, D., 2020. Intracerebroventricular streptozotocin administration impairs mitochondrial calcium homeostasis and bioenergetics in memory-sensitive rat brain regions. Experimental Brain Research,238(10), pp.2293-2306. (SCOPUS)
  • Chaturvedi, S., & Alim, M. (2020). Formulation and evaluation solid dispersion based fast dispersible tablets of domperidone. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 12(4), 91-100. doi:10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.019. (SCOPUS)
  • Bahadur, S., Harwansh, R. K., & Kumar, P. (2020). Medicinal plants used in herbal cosmetics with special reference to anti-dandruff. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 12(4), 188-197. doi:10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.04.028. (SCOPUS)
  • Chaturvedi, S., Garg, A. and Verma, A., 2020. Nano lipid-based carriers for lymphatic voyage of anti-cancer drugs: An insight into the in-vitro, ex-vivo, in-situ and in-vivo study models. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, p.101899. (SCOPUS)
  • Goyal, A. and Garabadu, D., 2020. Vinpocetine facilitates the anti-amnesic activity of estrogen-receptor alpha agonist in bilateral ovariectomy-challenged animals. Behavioural Brain Research, 393, p.112789. (SCOPUS)
  • Pathak, S., & Mishra, P. (2020). A review on analytical methods of dapagliflozin: An updat. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance, 11(3), 355-360. (SCOPUS)
  • Dubey, R. K., &Dewangan, H. K. (2020). Rational design and characterization of transdermal patch of irbesartan for hypertension. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research 54 (3), S464-S472. SCIE Impact Factor- 0.501.
  • Singh, N. K., & Gupta, J. K. (2020). A contemporary study on recommending outline of antiepileptic drugs. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 12(3), 350-355. doi:10.31838/ijpr/2020.12.03.053. (SCOPUS)
  • Dewangan, H.K., Singh, S.H.U.B.H.A.M., Mishra, R.O.H.I.T. and Dubey, R.K., 2020. A review on application of nanoadjuvant as delivery system. International Journal of Applied Pharmaceutics, 12(4), pp.24-33. (SCOPUS)
  • Mishra, R. 2020, "A retrospect on clinical trials and current status of schedule y in India", International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 234-239. (SCOPUS)
  • Shrivastava, A., Goyal, M.K. & Gupta, J.K. 2020, "Epileptogenic drugs and seizures: A comprehensive review of current knowledge", International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 12, pp. 4-11. (SCOPUS)
  • Semwal, B., Singh, S. & Yadav, H. 2020, "Possible involvement of heme oxygenase-1 in attenuation of diabetes mellitus induced vascular endothelial dysfunction in rodents", International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 322-330.(SCOPUS)
  • Rohilla, R., Goyal, A., Varshney, V., Semwal, B.C. & Yadav, H.N. 2020, "Role of heme oxygenase-1(Ho-1) and endothelin-1 (et-1) in modulation of cardioprotective effect of ischemic postconditioning in diabetic rat heart", Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 690-697. SCIE Impact Factor- 0.501
  • Vivek, K., Somdutt, M. & Kamal, S. 2020, "The expanding role of Nuclear Medicine in contemporary drug design and development", Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, vol. 24, no. 6, pp. 166-172. Impact Factor- 0.245
  • Dewangan, H.K. 2020, "Rational application of nanoadjuvant for mucosal vaccine delivery system", Journal of immunological methods, vol. 481-482. (SCOPUS)
  • Garabadu, D. and Agrawal, N., 2020. Naringin exhibits neuroprotection against rotenone-induced neurotoxicity in experimental rodents. Neuromolecular medicine, 22(2), pp.314-330. SCIE Impact Factor- 2.629
  • Reena, G. and Jitendra, G., 2020. Chromatographic fingerprint analysis of piperine in polyherbal and marketed formulation by HPTLC and GC-MS methods. Current Trends in Biotechnology & Pharmacy, 14(2). (SCOPUS)
  • Tiwari, A., Saraf, S., Jain, A., Panda, P.K., Verma, A. and Jain, S.K., 2020. Basics to advances in nanotherapy of colorectal cancer. Drug delivery and translational research, 10(2), pp.319-338. SCI Impact Factor- 4.617
  • Alharbi, K.S., Al-Abbasi, F.A., Agrawal, G.P., Sharma, A., Kowti, R. and Kazmi, I., 2020. Impact of COVID-19 on nephrology patients: a mechanistic outlook for pathogenesis of acute kidney injury. Altern Ther Health Med., 26(S2), pp.66-71. SCI Impact Factor-0.937
  • Deshmukh, R., Kumari, S. and Harwansh, R.K., 2020. Inflammatory Bowel Disease: A Snapshot of Current Knowledge. Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 13(2), pp.956-962. SCPOUS
  • Agrawal, N., 2020. Pharmacophore modeling and 3D-QSAR studies of 2, 4-disubstituted pyrimidine derivatives as Janus kinase 3 inhibitors. Journal of Theoretical and Computational Chemistry, 19(01), p.2050001. SCI Impact Factor- 0.848
  • Deshmukh, R., Harwansh, R.K., Paul, S.D. and Shukla, R., 2020. Controlled release of sulfasalazine loaded amidated pectin microparticles through Eudragit S 100 coated capsule for management of inflammatory bowel disease. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 55, p.101495. SCIE Impact Factor- 3.981
  • Chaturvedi, S. and Mishra, R., 2020. Insight into Delivery Approaches for Biopharmaceutics Classification System Class II and IV Drugs. Drug Delivery Letters, 10(4), pp.255-277. (SCOPUS) Impact Factor- 0.61
  • Deshmukh, R., 2020. Bridging the Gap of Drug Delivery in Colon Cancer: The Role of Chitosan and Pectin Based Nanocarriers System. Current Drug Delivery, 17(10), pp.911-924.(SCOPUS) Impact Factor-2.565
  • Kamal, S., Gayatri, D., Chandra, S.B. &Debapriya, G. 2020, "Diabetic nephropathy: review on molecular signaling pathways", Research Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 141-147.(SCOPUS)
  • Murti, Y. and Mishra, P., 2020. Synthesis, characterization, and biological evaluation of novel naringenin derivatives as anticancer agents. Current Bioactive Compounds, 16(4), pp.442-448. (SCOPUS)
  • Agrawal, N., Upadhyay, P.K., Mujwar, S. and Mishra, P., 2020. Analgesic, anti-inflammatory activity and docking study of 2-(substituted phenyl)-3-(naphthalen-1-yl) thiazolidin-4-ones. Journal of the indian chemical society, 97(1), pp.39-46. (SCOPUS)
  • Goyal, A. and Garabadu, D., 2020. Bilateral Ovariectomy Decreases the Levels of Cyclic Nucleotides and Nuclear Phosphorylated Estrogen Receptor-Alpha in Memory-Sensitive Rat Brain Regions. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 54(1), pp.125-134. SCIE Impact Factor- 0.501
  • Goyal, A. and Garabadu, D., 2020. Sildenafil promotes the anti-amnesic activity of estrogen receptor alpha agonist in animals with estrogen insufficiency. Neurochemistry international, 132, p.104609. SCI Impact Factor- 3.921
  • Jain, A., Tiwari, A., Verma, A., Saraf, S. and Jain, S.K., 2020. Combination cancer therapy using multifunctional liposomes. Critical Reviews™ in Therapeutic Drug Carrier Systems, 37(2). SCI Impact Factor- 4.889
  • Agrawal, G.P., Maheshwari, R.K. and Mishra, P., 2020. Validation of Ultra Performance Liquid Chromatography-Tandem Mass Spectrometry Coupled with Electrospray Ionization Method for Quantitative Determination of Ornidazole in Solid Dispersion. Current Pharmaceutical Analysis, 16(5), pp.487-493.(SCOPUS)
  • Harwansh, R.K., Bahadur, S., Deshmukh, R. and Rahman, M.A., 2020. Exciting potential of nanoparticlized lipidic system for effective treatment of breast cancer and clinical updates: a translational prospective. Current pharmaceutical design, 26(11), pp.1191-1205.(SCOPUS)
  • Jeswani, G., Paul, S.D. and Deshmukh, R., 2021. Design of vincristine sulfate loaded poloxamer in situ nanogel: Formulation and in vitro evaluation. Journal of Drug Delivery Science and Technology, 61, p.102246.SCI Impact Factor: 3.981
  • Mishra, R., Kumar, N., Mishra, I. and Sachan, N., 2020. A Review on Anticancer Activities of Thiophene and Its Analogs. Mini Reviews in Medicinal Chemistry, 20(19), pp.1944-1965.(SCOPUS)
  • Chaturvedi, S., Verma, A. and Saharan, V.A., 2020. Lipid Drug Carriers for Cancer Therapeutics: An Insight into Lymphatic Targeting, P-gp, CYP3A4 Modulation and Bioavailability Enhancement. Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 10(4), p.524.(SCOPUS)
  • Shakya, A., Chaudary, S.K., Garabadu, D., Bhat, H.R., Kakoti, B.B. and Ghosh, S.K., 2020. A Comprehensive Review on Preclinical Diabetic Models. Current diabetes reviews, 16(2), pp.104-116.(SCOPUS)
  • Bahadur, S., Sachan, N., Harwansh, R.K. and Deshmukh, R., 2020. Nanoparticlized System: Promising Approach for the Management of Alzheimer’s Disease through Intranasal Delivery. Current pharmaceutical design, 26(12), pp.1331-1344.(SCOPUS)
  • Sharma, K.K., Singh, B., Mujwar, S. and Bisen, P.S., 2020. Molecular Docking Based Analysis to Elucidate the DNA Topoisomerase IIβ as the Potential Target for the Ganoderic Acid; A Natural Therapeutic Agent in Cancer Therapy. Current computer-aided drug design, 16(2), pp.176-189. (SCOPUS)
  • Patel, A.K., Mishra, M.K., Gupta, J., Ghoshal, S., Gupta, R. and Kushwaha, K., 2021. Guar Gum-Based Floating Microspheres of Repaglinide Using 32 Factorial Design: Fabrication, Optimization, Characterization, and In Vivo Buoyancy Behavior in Albino Rats. ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies, 19(2), pp.63-74.SCI
  • Rohilla, R., Goyal, A., Varshney, V., Semwal, B.C. and Yadav, H.N., 2020. Role of Heme Oxygenase-1 (HO-1) and Endothelin-1 (ET-1) in Modulation of Cardioprotective Effect of Ischemic Postconditioning in Diabetic Rat Heart. Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, 54(3), pp.690-697.SCI Impact Factor- 0.501

Project details

Ph. D. Thesis/Dissertation
S.No. Name of Supervisor Title of the Thesis/Dissertation
Session 2020 Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Pharmacological Evaluation of Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors
Against Dementia in Estrogen-Deficient Female Rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Pharmacological Evaluation of Glutamatergic Drugs Against
Streptozotocin- Challenged Dementia Rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Evaluation of Potential Role of Adenosine Receptor in
the Management of Experimentally-Induced Dementia in Mice
Session 2019 Prof. Pradeep Mishra
Prof. R.K. Maheshwari
Development and Evaluation of Dosage
Forms for Poorly Water Soluble Drugs Using
Hydrotropic Solubilisation Technique
Prof. Pradeep Mishra Syntheses and Biological Evaluation of Some
Isoxazoles
Prof. Pradeep Mishra Evaluation of Some Novel Synthesized Flavanones
Session 2018 Prof. Pradeep Mishra Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of some
Subssttituted 1,3,4-Oxadiazoles
Session 2017 Prof. Pradeep Mishra Synthesis & Pharmacological Evaluation of
Some Novel Triazoles
M Pharma: Pharmacology
S.No. Supervisor Title
Session 2014-16 Mr. Bhupesh C Semwal
Dr. Jitendra Gupta
Role of testosterone induced cardioprotection
in type ii diabetic rats
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Semwal Implication of endothelin-1 in experimental
hyperlipidemic nephropathy
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu
Dr. Kamal Shah
Pharmacological evaluation of bicuculline sensitive gamma
aminobutyricacid A receptor activity for
Type-2 diabetes mellitusinduced nephropathy
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Pharmacological Evaluation of Eugenol on the Process
of Memory Formation in Experimental Rats
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Semwal Role of erythropoietin induced post conditioning
in over iectomized rat heart
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Semwal Anti-Arthritic Activity of Ethanolic
Extract of Brassica rapa
Roots in Rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu
Mr.Yogesh Murti
Pharmacological evaluation of calotropis
procera for anti-depressant activity in
experimental rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu
Mr. Prabhat Kumar Upadhyaya
Evaluation of pharmacological significance of ang (1-7)
in ischemic preconditioning - induced cardioprotection
in ischemia-reperfusion challenged rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance of Brain
Caveolin/Enos Signaling Pathway in Ovariectomy-Induced
Cognitive Dysfunction in Rodents
Mr. Bhupesh C Semwal
Mr. Gopal P. Agarwal
Evaluation of Anti-Asthmatic Activity of Aloe barbadensis (Liliaceae) Leaves
Mr. Jeetendra Kumar Gupta Possible involvement of citicoline in hyperhomocysteinemia
mediated stress hypoxia and cardiac impairment
in wistar albino rats
Mr. Jeetendra Kumar Gupta Evaluation of Same and Proanthocyanidin
against Myocardial Ischemia Reperfusion Injury in Wistar Rats
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Comparative Pharmacological Evaluation of Metformin,
Piracetam and their Combination for Type-2
Diabetes Mellitus-induced Amnesia in Rats
Mr. Debapriya Garabadu
Mrs. Sonia Sharma
Pharmacological Evaluation of Manilkara hexandra
for Healing Activity in
Chemically-Induced Rat Gastric Ulcer
Mr. Jeetendra Kumar Gupta Role of heart renin angiotensin system in abrogated
cardio protective effect of ischemic preconditioning
in ovariectomized rat heart
Mr. Jeetendra Kumar Gupta Role of atrial natriuretic peptide in ischemic
preconditioning in ovariectomized rat heart
Session 2016-18 Dr. J. K. Gupta Modulation of Epiliptogenic Pathway in Rat
Brain Following Traumatic Brain Injury
Dr. Debapriye Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmalogical Significance
of Glucagon Like Peptide-1 Agonist Against
Alzheimer Disease Like Experimental Animals
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Evaluation of Anti-Arthritic Activity
of Trigonellfoenum Graecum Linn in Rats
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Evaluation of Anti-Asthmatic Activity
of Ficus Racemosa Barks
Dr. Debapriye Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance
of Cyclooxegense-2 Inhibitors in the Management
of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Session 2016-18 Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance
of ania Somnifera Extract in the Management
of Strychnine-induced Epilepsy
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance
of Ocimum Basillicum Against Experimental
Encephalomylities.
Dr. Debapriya Garabadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance
of naringin against chemically-Induced
Parkion's Disease in Experimental Animals
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Gupta Reporposing of Selective Serotonin Reuptake
Inhibitors for development of Noval Therapy
for Hyper homo cysteinemia
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Gupta In-Silco and In Vivo Evaluation of Some Phyto
constituents in Experimental Model
of Open Angel Glaucoma
Dr. Debpriya Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmalogical Significance
of Lemon Grass Oil (Cymbopogon Citratus; Poaceae)
Against Anti-Tubercular Drug-Induced Hepatotoxicity
Dr. Debpriya Garbadu Evaluation of Renoprotective Activity
of Gernaiol Against Chemically Induced
Urolithiasis in experimental Rodents
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Activity
of Rutinin  Rotenone Induced Parkinson Disease
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Neuropreotective Activity
of American Gingseng Against Experimental
Model of multiple Sclerosis
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance
of Mitochondrial ATP Sensitive Potassium Channe
inStrychnine Induced Epilepsy
in Experimental Animal Model
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Neuroprotective Activity of Silibinin
Against Mycobacterium avium paratubereculosis (MAP)-Induced
neurobehavioral Changes in Experimental Animals
Mr. Bhupesh Chander Semwal Evaluation of Anti Arthritic Activity
of Sesbania Grandiflora Seeds Extract
on Experimental Animals
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Gupta Cardio Protective Evaluation of Coenzyme Q10 and
L-Arginine Against Doxorubic Induced
Cardiotoxicityin Wistar Albino
Session 2018-20 Dr. Jitendra Kumar Gupta Involvement of L-Citrulline in Hypothyroidism
Induced Cognitive Impairement
MR. Bhupesh Semwal Evalution of Anti- Inflammatory Activity
of Pluchea - Lanceolata Extract Against
Experimental Animal Model of Inflammation
Dr.DebapriyaGarbadu Evaluation of Neuroprotective Activity
of American Ginseng Against Chronic
Unpredictable Mild Stress Challenged Animals
Mr. Bhupesh Semwal Evaluation of Gastro protective Activity
of Sesbania Grandiflora Leaves
in Experimental Animals
Dr. Jitendra Kumar Gupta Evaluation of Neuroprotective Activity
of Acetyl-L-Carnitine Against Homocysteine
Induced Vascular Dementia
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Silibinin Against
Valproic Acid-Induced Autism
in Experimental Animals
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of withanolide Against
Vincristine-Induced Neuropathic Pain
in Experimental Animals
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Nrf2-Mediated Mechanism
of Ocimum Basilicumin Animal Model
of Multiple Sclerosis
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Pharmacological Significance of Ryanodine Receptor
Activity Against Heavy Metal Induced Memory Loss
in Experimental Animals
Dr. Debapriya Garbadu Evaluation of Silibinin Against Mycobacterium Avium
Paratuberculosis (map)-induced Cognitive Deficit in
Animals
M. Pharm: Pharmaceutics
S.No. Supervisor Title
Session 2018-20 Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and evaluation of nanogels of Boswellia serrate, Curcuma longa,
Sesamumindicum and with aniasomnifera
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and evaluation of gastro retentive dosage form of Met formin HCl
Dr. Rohitas Deshmukh Formulation and evaluation of muco adhesive microsphere of
Ofloxacin for the treatment of peptic ulcer
Dr. Jitendra Gupta Solubility enhancement: incorporation of Norfloxacin in
PEO-PPO-PEO tri block co-polymeric nano micelles
Dr. Rohitas Deshmukh Formulation and evaluation of Sulfasalazine matrix
tablet for Management of IBD
Dr. Anuj Garg Improvement in dissolution rate of Lumefantrine by using different techniques
Dr. Rohitas Deshmukh Formulation and evaluation of Azathioprine loaded
microparticle for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Design and development of Hepato protective tablets
of Aegle marmelosand Vitis vinifera
Dr. Anuj Garg Enhancement in dissolution rate of BCS class II drug
Irbesartan, an anti-hypertensive agent by using
particle engineering and its solid-state characterization
Dr. Jitendra Gupta Self-assemblies of pluronic polymeric micelles for
enhancing solubility of Glipizide
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and evaluation of fast dissolving tablets of
Propranolol HCl using natural excipients
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Design of topical herbal dosage form for Eczema.
Session 2017-19 Dr. Anuj Garg To Develop Novel Topical Formulation of Rutinto Enhance
Their Permeation Through Skin for Effective
Treatment of Some Skin Disorders
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Design and Delivery Characteristics of
Extended Release of Dosage Form
Dr. Rohitas Deshmukh Formulation and Evaluation of Cotrimoxazole and Curcumin
Loaded Nanocarrier Based Gel for Management
of Skin Disorders
Dr. Anuj Garg Development of Topical Sustained Release Dosage Form of Eugenol Derivative
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Evaluation of Fast issolving Tablet
of Piroxicam by Using Natural
Superdinterants
Dr. Jitendra Gupta Formulation and Evaluation of Solid Dispersion of Sulfamerazine
Dr. Rohit Deshmukh Formulation and Evaluation of Mesalamine Loaded
Mucoadhesive Beads for Treatment
of inflammatory bowel Disease
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Design and Development of
Feverfew Leaf Powder tablets
for the Treatment of Migraine
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and evaluation
of Dry Syrups for Pediatric Population
Session 2016-18 Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai Design of Pediatric and Geriatric
Formulations of Sproted Fenugreek Seed
Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai Design and Development of Nanoemultion
Based Gel of Clobetasol Propionate
for the Treatment of Psoriasis
Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Evaluation of Pulsatile
Drug Delivery System
Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Evaluation of Topical
Drug Delivery System of Tiaprofenic Acid
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Design of Anti -Acne Gel
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Optimization of Herbal
Gel for the Treatment of Ringworm
Dr. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Evaluation of Emulgel of Lornoxicam
Session 2015-17 Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Isolation and Evaluation of Excipients
from Natural Sources
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Optimization of Pulsatile
Drug Delivery of Labetalol Hydrochloride
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Evaluation of Multiple
Emulsion for Taste Masking
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai Formulation and Optimization of Nanoparticles
Based Drug Delivery System
for Treatments of Burns
Prof. Meenakshi Bajpai To Enhance the Solubility and Bioavailability
of Antifungal Drug by Using
Smeeds Technology

Faculty in-charge
Dr.Kamal Shah
Associate Professor
Institute of Pharmaceutical Research
GLA University, Mathura
Mob: +91-9756866042
Email: Kamal.shah@gla.ac.in