Prof. (Dr.) Rajni Singh


Designation: Professor, Additional Director & Head

Email Id: rsingh3@amity.edu

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  Dr. Arti Goel

Designation: Asstt Professor Grade I

Email Id: agoel2@amity.edu

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Dr. Shalini Porwal



Designation: Asstt. Professor Grade II

Email Id: sporwal@amity.edu

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Ms. Smitha.M.S




Designation: Asstt Professor Grade I

Email Id: smsreedharan@amity.edu

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Dr. Ranjan Singh




Ph.D.: Microbiology

M. Sc.: Microbiology

Specialization: Industrial and Applied Microbiology

Teaching Experience: 02 Years as Guest Faculty

Research Experience: 03 Years

No of Publications: 05 (International)

  • R. Gaur and Ranjan Singh 2010. Optimization of physico-chemical and nutritional parameters for pullulan production by a mutant of thermotolerant Aureobasidium pullulans in fed batch fermentation process. African Journal of Biotechnology. 9 (43), 7322-30. Impact Factor: 0.573.
  • R. Gaur, Ranjan Singh, S. Tiwari, S. K. Yadav, N. S. Daramwal 2010. Optimization of physico-chemical and nutritional parameters for a novel pullulan producing fungus, Eurotium chevalieri. Journal of Applied Microbiology. 109: 1035-1043. Impact Factor: 2.365
  • R. Gaur, Ranjan Singh, M. Gupta, M. K. Gaur 2010. Aureobasidium pullulans, an economically important polymorphic yeast with special reference to pullulan. African Journal of Biotechnology. 9 (47), 7989-7997. Impact Factor: 0.573.
  • F. Jamal, T. Qidwai, P. K. Pandey, Ranjan Singh, S. Singh 2011. Azo and Anthraquinone dye decolourization in relation to its molecular structure using soluble Trichosanthes dioica peroxidase supplemented with redox mediator.Catalysis Communication. 12:1218-23. Impact Factor:2.827
  • Ranjan Singh, F. Jamal, R. Gaur, M. K. Gaur 2011. A novel model of fermentor system for continuous production of pullulan by immobilized cells of Aureobasidium pullulans. African journal Of Biotechnology. 10(48), pp. 9839-9846. Impact Factor: 0.573.
  • Ranjan Singh and R. Gaur 2011. Pullulan production by a novel thermotolerant strain of Aureobasidium pullulans producing antimicrobial compounds. African journal Of Biotechnology. (Communicated). Impact Factor: 0.573.
  • R. Gaur, Ranjan Singh, S. Tiwari, M. K. Gaur 2011. Production of pullulan by a thermotolerant Aureobasidium pullulans in non-stirred fed batch fermentation process. Brazilian Journal of Microbiology. (Communicated). Impact Factor: 0.632
International Books: 04
Book Chapter: 03

Seminars: 01 (International) 04 (National)

Workshop: 03 (National)

Awards: Young Scientist Award at Micro-tech-2010 held at R.D. University, Jabalpur, 2010. Gold Medal in Oral Paper Presentation.

: rsingh12@amity.edu

 

Ms. Sonali Gupta




Ph.D : Pursuing

M.Sc : Biotechnology

Specialization: Microbiology

Research Experience: 1yr 4 months

Research Publications: 02

  • Rajni Singh, Sonali Gupta, D.D Joshi and N. C. Nainwal 2010. Wild apricot (Prunus armeniaca) kernel oil: A strategic alternative to value added fatty acids. International Journal of Essential Oil Therapeutics 4:1-5
  • Vikalp Jain, Sonali Gupta, Rajshree Saxena and Rajni Singh 2010. Thermostable alkaline protease with detergent compatibility from a newly isolated strain of Pseudomonas aeruginosa” Indian Journal of Agricultural Biochemistry 23: 45-50. Cited by 6

Book Chapter : 01

Patent Filed: 02

  • Biological Stabilization and Mineralization of Organic kitchen waste by Microbial Consortium, Rajni Singh, Rajshree Saxena.and Sonali Gupta (Filed).
  • Microwave mediated impregnation of silver nanoparticles on fabrics for hygienic clothing. Rajni Singh, Sonali Gupta and Aarti Goel (Filed).

: sgupta9@amity.edu