1. Jindal, Tanu. 2013. Simple Lab/Field Lysimeter. 353/DEL/2009, Filed February 25, 2009, and issued February 8, 2013
  2. Jindal, Tanu. 2012. Low Cost Water Testing Kit. 2912/DEL/2012, Filed August 7, 2012.


  1. Horizontally aligned carbon nanotube based field effect transistor (CNTFET) sensor for pathogen (salmonella) detection.  INUP, IITB. (2018 till date).
  2. Fabrication of inter-digitised patterned electrodes for bio-sensing application. INUP, IITB. (2018 till date)
  3. Screening of microorganism from Indian sector of southern ocean for antimicrobial activity with their molecular characterization under 10th Indian Scientific Expedition to Southern Ocean (2017 till date)
  4. R&D project titled “Performance Evaluation of Forward Osmosis Membrane System for Applications within the Agriculture and Textile Industries” under Engineering Sciences area from Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi (2017 till date).
  5. Study of Metal-Organic Framework and Graphene Nanostructures for  Monitoring of Organophosphate Pesticides in Food Chain Using Microfluidic sensors. National Fund for Basic, Strategic & Frontier Application Research in Agriculture, Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi India.
  6. Facilitating the Intelligent Management of Chronic Wounds in Diabetic Patients: Developing Accessible Wound Monitoring Technologies. DST- UKIERI Call for Research Proposals 2016. (2017 till date)
  7. A microfluidic based point-of-care cardiac marker (Troponin I) detection system for early detection of acute myocardial infraction. Young scientist scheme, Dept. of science and technology, New Delhi, India
  8. Participation in project entitled “Environmental Toxicological Studies and Monitoring with NCAOR for estimation of POP’s- (2014 till date)
  9. Development of a Cost Effective Lysimeter & Method for Leaching Studies to Estimate Risk Assessment of Groundwater Contamination. Department of Science and Technology- (2015 till date)


  1.  Ministry of Earth Sciences (MOES)- Study of contamination of soil and water through heavily loaded unlined drains in Delhi –(2010-2014)
  2.  Department of Science and Technology (DST)- Dissipation, leaching and persistence of Chlorpyrifos in three types of soils with different pH- (2009-2014)
  3. Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF)-Analysis of Surface and Groundwater pollution by Indiscriminate use of Agrochemicals (Pesticides) in selected Paddy, Cotton and Vegetable Growing Farms of India- (2009-2013)


  1. Abhishek Chauhan, Anuj Ranjan and Tanu Jindal (2018) Biological control agents for sustainable agriculture, safe water and soil health. In: Jindal T. (eds) Paradigms in Pollution Prevention. Springer Briefs in Environmental Science. Springer, Cham
  2. Laxmikant Bhardwaj, Abhishek Chauhan, Anuj Ranjan, Tanu Jindal (2018) Persistent Organic Pollutants in Biotic and Abiotic Components of Antarctic Pristine Environment. Earth Systems and Environment, Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature 2018,
  3. Shikha Sharma, Pawan Kumar Jha, Tanu Jindal, Manju Rawat Ranjan, Umesh Kumar Singh (2017) Nutrient Concentration in the Yamuna River, India. Asian Journal of Water, Environment and Pollution
  4. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2017), ‘ Comparative Assessment and Multivariate Optimization of Commercially Available Small Scale Reverse Osmosis Membranes’ in Jouornal of Environmental Informatics (ISSN: 1684-8799), 29(1), 39-52. DOI:10.3808/jei.201700357. [SCI, IF-5.562].
  5. K. Gulati, S. Thakur and T. Jindal (2017) Chlorpyrifos Formulations and Leachability Studies in Soils of Neutral pH From Delhi, Panipat and Champawat regions of India. Indian J. Environmental Protection 37 (7): 573-579
  6. Shalini Thakur, Khushbu Gulati and Tanu Jindal (2017) Monitoring of Organophosphorus Pesticides in River Ghaggar from Cotton Cropping Area of Sirsa. Indian J. Environmental Protection 37 (8): 661-666
  7. Shikha Sharma, Pawan Kumar Jha, Tanu Jindal, Manju Rawat Ranjan and Umesh Kumar Singh (2017) Assessment of nutrient concentration in the Sediment of Yamuna River, India. Poll Res. 36 (1) : 123-129
  8. Shikha Sharma, Pawan Kumar Jha, Manju RawatRanjan, Umesh Kumar Singhand Tanu Jindal(2017) Water Quality Monitoring of Yamuna River by Using GIS Based Water Quality Index in Delhi, India. Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci, 6 (2): 1249-1263
  9. A. Kumar, A. Ranjan, K. Gulati, S. Thakur, T. Jindal (2016) Assessment of chemical and microbial contamination in groundwater through leaching of sewage waste in Delhi, India. Environ Earth Sci , 75 (3): 1-11
  10. Abhishek Chauhan, Pawan K. Bharti, Pankaj Goyal, Ajit Varma and Tanu Jindal (2015) Psychrophilic pseudomonas in Antarctic freshwater lake at stornes peninsula, larsemann hills over east Antarctica. Springer Plus , 4:582
  11. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2015), ‘ A Review on PV-RO Process: Solution to Drinking Water Scarcity due to High Salinity in Non-Electrified Rural Areas’, Separation Science and Technolog y ( ISSN:  0149-6395 ), 50(8), 1270-1283. DOI:10.1080/01496395.2014.951725 [ SCI, IF-1.106 ].
  12. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2015), ‘ Optimization and Economic Analysis for a Small Scale Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Water Desalination System ’, Water Science and Technology: Water Supply (ISSN: 1607-0798), 15(5), 1027–1033. DOI:10.2166/ws.2015.059. [SCI, IF- 0.573].
  13. A. Kumar, A. Ranjan, K. Gulati, S. Thakur, T. Jindal (2015) Assessment of groundwater quality: Leachability of the contaminants from soil near unlined drain site of Delhi, India. Poll Res. 34(3): 153-163
  14. Chauhan, A., Goyal, P., Varuna, A., Jindal, T. (2015) Microbiological evaluation of drinking water sold by roadside vendors of Delhi, India. Appl. Water Sci. DOI 10.1007/s13201-015-0315-x
  15. Chauhan, A., Goyal, P., Verma, A and Jindal, T. (2015) In -Vitro Antibiotic Resistance and Heavy Metal Tolerance Patterns of Gram-Positive and Gram-Negative Bacteria Isolated From Effluent Treated Water of Delhi, India. Journal of Current Pharma Research, 5 (2), 1449-1458
  16. Gulati, K., Thakur, S., Jindal, T. (2015) Chlorpyrifos toxicology and persistence in environment: An Indian Perspective. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2(7):1-6
  17. K. Gulati, S. Thakur, A. Kumar, A. Ranjan, S.A. Hameed, T. Jindal (2015) A lysimeter study to access the risk of Chlorpyrifos contaminated groundwater in a sandy loam soil with different pH.  Indian J. Environmental Protection, 35(8):696-703
  18. S. Thakur, K. Gulati, T. Jindal (2015) Groundwater contamination through pesticide usage in vegetable growing areas of Delhi. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2(8):394-397
  19. S. Thakur, K. Gulati, T. Jindal (2015) Contamination of groundwater by usage of pesticide in Cotton growing area. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, 2(8):398-402
  20. A. Kumar, L.Nirpen, A. Ranjan, K. Kaur, K. Gulati, S. Thakur and T. Jindal (2014)  Microbial groundwater contamination and effective monitoring system. Asian Journal of Environmental Science, 9 (1):37-48
  21. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2014), ‘ Optimization and Economic Analysis of Small Scale Hybrid Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Water Desalination System Powered by Solar Photovoltaic ’, Desalination (ISSN: 0011-9164) , 353, 57-74. DOI: 10.1016/j.desal.2014.09.005 [SCI, IF-5.527].
  22. M. C. Garg and H. Joshi (2014), ‘ New approach for Optimization of Small Scale RO Membrane Using Artificial Groundwater’, Environmental Technology (ISSN:0959-3330), 35(23), 2988-2999. DOI:10.1080/09593330.2014.927928 [SCI, IF-1.751].
  23. A. Kumar, L.Nirpen, A. Ranjan, K. Kaur, K. Gulati, S. Thakur and T. Jindal (2014) Leaching study for the microbial contamination of groundwater, Delhi Gate, Delhi. Indian J. Environmental Protection, 34(5):401-408
  24. Jindal, T., Kumar, A., Nirpen, L., Ranjan, A., Gulati, K.and Thakur, S. (2013)Leaching of overloaded and unlined drains through the groundwater in Delhi. Indian J. Environmental Protection, 33(1):75-82
  25. Jindal T. (2011) “ Risk Assessment of Groundwater Contamination by Imidacloprid and Endosulfan Leaching in Three Different Types of Soils and Cropping Practices ” Pesticide Research Journal , 23 (1)
  26. Jindal T., Singh DK and Agarwal HC Paper (2007) “ Effect of UV radiation and temperature on mineralization and volatilization of coumaphos in water ” Journal of Environmental Science and Health B, 42 (4): 367-372