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About Department

The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry endeavors to be a nationally recognized model for educating and graduating students, prepare to compete & contribute to the ever changing technology of 21st century. To achieve this vision, the Department is committed to provide an excellent teaching & learning atmosphere for Under Graduate as well as Post Graduate students. The Department of Chemistry has excellent infrastructure with quality class rooms, world class laboratories and outstanding research competence. The Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry is engaged in research work actively since its inception in 2013. The faculty members of this department have diversified research expertise and interest like medicinal chemistry, polymer chemistry, bioinformatics, computational chemistry, material chemistry, clinical biochemistry to name a few. The department boasts in having one sponsored, ongoing project from ISRO and more than 80 published research papers over the years in various journals of national and international repute. To cater the need of contemporary research two advanced research laboratories were also established; namely Advanced Polymeric Material Research Laboratory (APML) and High Computing Laboratory (HCL). In addition to Ph.D students, the

department also encourages the B.Sc. and M.Sc. students to take research problems as a part of their degree project. The motto of the department is to give the students a glimpse of modern research and to harbor the scientific talent in those who wish to build a career out of it. Research in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry is innovative, collaborative and interdisciplinary by nature. Faculty members, Ph.D. students, post-graduate and undergraduate students all contribute to the rich research environment. Students often visit national and multinational industries and R & D laboratories.

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES

  • BSc. (Hons) Chemistry- 3 Years
  • BSc. (Hons) Biochemistry- 3 Years

POSTGRADUATE COURSES   

  • MSc. Chemistry – 2 Years (Specialization: Physical, Inorganic, and Organic Chemistry)

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry also offers full-time and part-time Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D) in Organic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Material Chemistry, Computational Chemistry and Biochemistry.

Awards & Achievements

Department has three sponsored research projects from Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME), New Delhi sanctioned under Business Incubation Centre (BIC) as listed below.

  • Development of light emitting diodes.
  • Antibacterial nanomaterial embedded fabrics for medical applications.
  • Biodiesel production from waste vegetable and non-edible oils using nanoparticle catalyst for commercial purposes.

Further, almost all faculty members of the department has been awarded financially by the university for overall contribution in teaching and research. International Students have been awarded M.Sc. Degree in Chemistry.

Placement: Nasir Bashir and Pooja Rani have been selected for the senior associate position with Innodata

Arun Solanki has been selected as quality control chemist at India glycol limited, Selaqui( Dehradun)

Chronological Order of all the events organized from Jan 1 2019 till Feb 21, 2020

  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Department of Physics had jointly organized an Essay Writing Competition on Science in sustainable development of society on the Occasion of International Mother Language Day on Feb 21st, 2020. The objective of this event was to promote the awareness of language and cultural diversity all across Indian and the whole world.
  • A special lecture series was organized on Feb 6, 2020 in the area of Polymer Derived Ceramics. The objective of the event were to  Provide a platform for faculties/ research scholars and MSc students to gain knowledge on research in the field of polymer derived ceramics and To understand the current Scenario application of chemistry in Rocketry. 
  • Community Connect Programme for the 2nd Year students of B.Sc. H Chemistry and Biochemistry  and B.Sc. Hons. Chemistry were organized on Nov 16, 2019 to the Village Bodha, Bulandshahar.
  • An Awareness Programme was organized on Gender Sensitization and Sexual Harassment as a street Play “DASTAK” performed by Asmita Theatre Group, Lodhi Road, Delhi on Nov 7, 2019
  • Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, S.B.S.R and SET had Special lecture on “Job Prospects in Atomic Energy Sector”  on 15th Nov 2019 for final year students of SET and SBSR. The objective of the event were to enlighten students regarding the current scenario of jobs in Atomic Energy and related sectors and to provide students with an opportunity to interact with eminent Scientist of BARC, India. 
  • One Day Symposium on Recent Advances in Science and Technology on Oct 19, 2019. Objective was  to provide a platform for faculty members, research scholars and students to gain knowledge on cutting edge research on advanced materials for interdisciplinary Research.
  • Community Connect Programme  were organized on 31ist  August and 21ist September 2019 to the Village Lularli, Greater Noida and Village Khudna Khurd, Greater Noida respectively. The objective was to  expose our students to different social issues faced by the people in different sections of society and to  connect their classroom learning with problem solving skills in real life scenario.
  • An event named ‘Gender Sensitivity’ was organized on August 21, 2019. The objective of the event were to provide an Equal career opportunities for women and men enhancement of gender roles and standards for women and men, elimination of restricting standards, Same personal freedoms for women and men, protection against all forms of aggression
  • Organized One day “Hands on training Cum Workshop on “Learning tools in Research” for final year students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Chemistry and Biochemistry) on 9th Aug 2019
  • One day Symposium ‘ 2nd Chemistry In-House Symposium – 2019 (CiHS-2019) for the final years students on 25 April 2019. The Symposium was organized to promote the interdisciplinary research activities in our department.
  • An Educational visit to National Dairy Research Institute for the students of B.Sc. Hons. Biochemistry,6th Term and B.Sc. Hons. Chemistry was organized on 6th Term on 19th March, 2019. The objective of the trip was to make the students familiar with the various techniques and instrumentation involved in the processing of various dairy products like Butter, Paneer, Ghee, Barfi, Gulab Jamun 
  • Community Connect Programme  for the students of M.Sc. Chemistry.  A Course Survey on   ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao and Digital India’ on March 11, 2019.  
  • An Industrial visit to Vanesa Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd, Sonepat (Haryana) on 8th March, 2019. The objective  of this visit was to familiarize the students with the various unit operations and processes involved in pilot scale production of consumer products related to cosmetics
  • A Student centric event named  JOB READINESS was organized  on Feb 21, 2019 for the final Year students  to make the students ready for Job and  how they can crack various interviews which they will face after they pass out from Sharda University.                         

Seminars & Workshops

  1. Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry had organized a one day industrial visit to Vanesa Cosmetics Pvt. Ltd, Sonepat (Haryana) on 8th March, 2019 for MSc 1st year students to familiarize the students with the various unit operations and processes involved in pilot scale production of consumer products related to cosmetics. Dr. Vinay Verma and Dr.Geeta Durga both were the convener for the visit and this visit was Organized and Coordinated by Dr. Preeti Jain & Dr. Anindita De.
  2. Department had organized a one day educational visit to National Dairy Research Institute for the students of B.Sc. Hons. Biochemistry, 6th Term and B.Sc. Hons. Chemistry, 6th Term on 19th March, 2019. The objective of the trip was to make the students familiar with the various techniques and instrumentation involved in the processing of various dairy products like Butter, Paneer, Ghee, Barfi, Gulab Jamun etc and  the various technological advances involved in the development of the products. Dr.Geeta Durga and Dr. Vinay Verma were the convener for the trip. Organizing Secretary and Coordinator for the trip was Mr. Paratpar Sarkar. Dr. Mridula Guin, Dr. Harsimrat Kaur and Mr. Mohit were the associated partners for this educational visit.
  3. Department of Chemistry had organized a Community Connect Programme for the students of M.Sc. Chemistry.  A Course Survey on   ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao and Digital India’ on March 11, 2019.  The objectives of survey was to expose our students to different social issues faced by the people in different sections of society and to connect their class-room learning with problem solving skills in real life scenario. Dr. Richa Tomar had coordinated the event.
  4. Dr. Roopali Prajapati, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry organized “Career Counselling Session” in April 2019 for the final year MSc. and BSc. students of the department. The invited speakers were Mr. Dheeraj Sharma and Mr. Pransenjit Sinha from Sharda Skills, Sharda University and Mr. Raj Kapoor, Director, AIBTM, Greater Noida. The objectives of the event were helping figure out what students want out of their education and life, identifying the factors that are currently influencing career development, assessing abilities, values, and interests of the students and locating various resources of career information.
  5. Dr. Nikhil Agrawal, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry in Coordination with all the faculty members of the Department had  organized a One day Symposium ‘ 2nd Chemistry In-House Symposium – 2019 (CiHS-2019),  25 April 2019The Symposium was organized to promote the interdisciplinary research activities in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Towards this, the symposium essentially comprised of 23 Participants for Oral Talk and 45 Participants for Poster Presentation, pursuing B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry SBSR, Sharda University). The 3-Member Committee based on the Quality of Scientific Research assessed the performance of candidates.
  6. Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, School of Basic Sciences & Research (SBSR) had organized one day “Hands on training Cum Workshop on “Learning tools in Research” for final year students of B.Sc. and M.Sc. (Chemistry and Biochemistry) on 9th Aug 2019. Dr. Vinay Verma was the convener of the event and  Dr. Anindita De, Dr. Preeti Jain and Dr. Mridula Guin were the organizing secretary of the event.
  7. Department of Chemistry had organized three Community Connect Programmes for the students of Second Year students of B.Sc. Hons. Chemistry and B.Sc. Hons. Biochemistry in the months of August, September, and November 2019. The program was guided by Dr. Preeti Jain, Dr. Roopali Prajapati, Dr. Richa Tomar, Paratpar Sarkar, Dr. Anindita De, Dr. Mridula Guin along with non-teaching staffs Mr. Mohit, Mr. Vaibhav and Mr. Naveen of the department. Themes/survey topics for the community connect programme were “Health and hygiene”, “Waste management for in-house compost formation”, “Usage of non-renewable energy sources”, and “Quality of water”.
  8. A special  training was organized to benefit the students in the Tips and Actual Points for facing the interview 2. The 3 V's with videos and media 3. Skills-Ace the Interview-Role Plays and Do's and the title was JOB READINESS for the final year students of B.Sc. Biochemistry , B.Sc. Chemistry and M.Sc. Chemistry  on 21/02/2019.  Trainer for the Sujatha Singh, Director -Organizational Development-Sharda Skills.Dr. Anupam, Dr. Mridula and Dr. Harsimrat were the organizing secretaries for the event. Dr. Geeta Durga was the convener for the training programme
  9. A special lecture/Guest Lecture on "Liquid Chromatography" on Feb 15, 2019  by Dr. Manjeet Aggarwal, Dean Research, Department of Applied Sciences, NIFTEM. Dr Noopur was the organizing secretary for the event and Dr. Geeta Durga was the convener for the said event
  10.  Five Day Workshop on Radiochemistry and Applications of Radioisotopes from 4th Feb, 2019 to 8th Feb, 2019, organized by Department of Atomic Energy, Board of Research in Nuclear Sciences, Indian Association of Nuclear Chemists and Allied Scientist and School of Basic Sciences and Research.
  11. Hands on training on Chem Sketch & Origin Software on Jan 15th , 2019.
  12. Workshop on ‘ACE the Interview’ on March 21, 2018 for the final year graduate and post graduate students of Chemistry and Biochemistry    
  13. Industrial visit  for the students of B.Sc.Hons.Chemistry, 3rd Year and M.Sc. Chemistry, Ist  year to J.K.Laxmi  Cement. The vist was held on March 16th, 2018.   
  14. Industrial Visits for the students of B.Sc. Biochemistry,2nd ,4th and 6th Term to Mother Dairy, Patparganj, New Delhi on March 27, 2018.
  15. Guest Lecture by Dr. Narayansamy Vijayan (National Physical Laboratory), New Delhi
  16. on ‘Growth of Technologically Important Single crystals and the role of power XRD in Materials Science on March 23rd, 2018
  17. An interactive session with Mr. Sanjeev Pathak, Manager, HR, Jubilant Chemsys Limited, Noida with the students of M.Sc. Chemistry on March 21ist, 2018
  18. First in House Symposium for the students of B.Sc. Biochemistry-6th Sem, B.Sc.Chemistry,M.Sc. Chemistry, Final Year and Ph.D on April 20, 2018
  19. An induction programme-2018 of School of Basic Science and Research on 24th August, 2018 for the first year students of all the programs of the school.
  20. A motivational talk on ‘Mind Matter’ on Sep 28, 2018. The event was  planned for the all the students of B.Sc. Biochemistry , Chemistry and M.Sc. Chemistry
  21. Organized NET classes session  for the all students of M.Sc. Chemistry (Both Previous and Final Year). The topics that were covered in the NET classes were Quantum Chemistry, Chemical Bonding, Group Theory and Spectroscopy for M.Sc. Final Year and Basics of Organic Chemistry, Stereochemistry, Aromaticity, Reaction intermediates and Phytochemistry for Both Previous and Final Year students
  22. A Guest lecture on ‘Pesticide Formulation Technology on the occasion of Mole Day on Oct 23, 2018. Dr. Jitendra Kumar, Director, Institute of Pesticide Formulation had delivered a talk on ‘Application of Chemistry in Agriculture’. In the same day Mole Day was Celebrated involving various activities of students.  
  23. Hands on Training on Chem Sketch and Origin Software on Jan 15th , 2019

Infrastructure

Two well settled labs each for under graduate and post graduate level. Two state-of-the-art laboratories; two for undergraduate and one for postgraduate. We are providing a complete range of equipment facilities and technical expertise to the to the UG and OG laboratories. The department is also served a wide range of research grade equipments  and spectrometer.

Research & Publications

List of publication :

1st January, 2020-till date

  1. Tomar, R., Bisht, Y., Abhilash, P., & Thirumal, M. (2020). Enhanced dielectric properties of Ba3ZnTa2− x Nb x O9 in microwave region using tungstic acid. Phase Transitions, 93(1), 175-182.
  2. Tomar, R., Pandey, R., Singh, N. B., Gupta, M. K., & Gupta, P. (2020). Electrical properties of barium titanate in presence of Sn 2+ dopant. SN Applied Sciences, 2(2), 226.
  3. Tomar,R.,Prajapati,R., Verma,S.,Rana,N. (2020). Enhanced Photoluminescence and Efficient Photocatalytic Activity of Sn Doped Barium Titanate Materials Today: Proceedings.
  4. Mijinyawa, A. H., Mishra, A., & Durga, G. (2020). Cationic dye removal using a newer material fabricated by Taro Mucilage-g-PLA and Organobentonite clay. Materials Today: Proceedings.
  5. Singh, N. B., & Middendorf, B. (2020). Geopolymers as an alternative to Portland cement: An overview. Construction and Building Materials, 237, 117455.
  6. Shaida, B., Singh, N. B., & Singh, K. (2020). In-Vitro Evaluation of Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Microbial Properties of Ethanolic Extract of Cydonia Oblonga Seeds.
  7. GargiTiwari, Dipendra Sharma and N. B. Singh,Electronic Structure and Molecular Docking Studies of an anti-HIV Drug: Stavudine, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research(Scopus) (in press)
  8. Singh, G., Sharma, G., Kalra, P., Satija, P., Singh, B., Aulakh, D., & Wreidt, M. (2020). Click‐Derived Uracil‐Appended Organosilatranyl Scaffolds: Synthesis, Antibacterial Characteristics, Pb2+ Binding and Fabrication of Hybrid Silica Nanoparticles. ChemistrySelect, 5(1), 284-292.

List of Publications in  1st Jan- 31st Dec 2019

  1. Mijinyawa, A. H., Durga, G., & Mishra, A. (2019). Evaluation of thermal degradation and melt crystallization behavior of taro mucilage and its graft copolymer with poly (lactide). SN Applied Sciences, 1(11), 1486.
  2. Mijinyawa, A. H., Durga, G., & Mishra, A. (2019). A sustainable process for adsorptive removal of methylene blue onto a food grade mucilage: kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium evaluation. International journal of phytoremediation, 1-8.
  3. Saxena, N., Srivastava, N., Shukla, P., & Tripathi, G. K. (2019). The Drug Discovery Development for Treatment of Tuberculosis. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(3-s), 802-819.
  4. Aggarwal, N., & Patnaik, A. (2019). Dimeric conformation sensitive electronic excited states of tetracene congeners and their unconventional non-fluorescent behaviour. Journal of Chemical Sciences, 131(6), 52.
  5. De, A., Ray, H. P., Jain, P., Kaur, H., & Singh, N. (2020). Synthesis, characterization, molecular docking and DNA cleavage study of transition metal complexes of o-vanillin and glycine derived Schiff base ligand. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1199, 126901.
  6. Das, A. K., De, A., Yadav, P., Lloret, F., & Mukherjee, R. (2019). CuII2, CuII4 and CuII6 complexes with 3-(2-pyridyl) pyrazolate. Structure, magnetism and core interconversion. Polyhedron.171,365-373
  7. V.K Verma., G.Durga., S.P Jagannath., Rajesh Kumar. & R.K Verma., (2019).Selenium bearing 24 and 28-membered  macrocyclic schiff bases : synthesis and electrochemical behavior.International Journal of Current Advanced Research
  8. Prakash Rao, H. S., Adigopula, L. N., Ramalingam, G., Lone, J. A., & Ramadas, K. (2018). Design, Synthesis, Anticancer Properties and In Silico Evaluation of C (4) N‐Heteroaryl 4H‐Chromenes. ChemistrySelect, 3(46), 13161-13166.
  9. Elavarasi, S. B., Mariam, D., Momeen, M. U., Hu, J., & Guin, M. (2019). Effect of fluorination on bandgap, first and second order hyperpolarizabilities in lithium substituted adamantane: A time dependent density functional theory. Chemical Physics Letters, 715, 310-316.
  10. Ali, S., Singh, V., Jain, P., & Tripathi, V. (2019). Synthesis, antibacterial, anticancer and molecular docking studies of macrocyclic metal complexes of dihydrazide and diketone. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, 23(1), 52-60.
  11. Gupta, V., Agarwal, A., Singh, M. K., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Kail sawdust charcoal: a low-cost adsorbent for removal of textile dyes from aqueous solution. SN Applied Sciences, 1(10), 1271.
  12. Rachna, K., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Removal of Victoria Blue-84 Dye from Aqueous Solution by Zinc Sulphate Activated Sugarcane Bagasse.
  13. Barthwal, S., Singh, B., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Electrical Conductivity and Mechanical Hardness of Al2O3-1wt% MWCNT Nanocomposite Synthesized by Ball Milling Method.
  14. Singh, N. B., Agrawal, S., & Rachna, K. (2019). Methylene Blue Dye Removal from Water by Nickel Ferrite Polyaniline Nanocomposite.
  15. Uzo-God, O. C., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Effects of dietary nano and macro iron oxide (Fe2O3) on the growth, biochemical, and hematological profiles of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings. Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 31(2), 153-171.
  16. Kumar, M., Saxena, S. K., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Influence of some additives on the properties of fly ash based geopolymer cement mortars. SN Applied Sciences, 1(5), 481.
  17. Kalra, M., Kumar, M., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Performance evaluation of Concrete made from Fly Ash blended cement in the presence of Silicone Hydrophobic Powder-50 and Silica Fume. Materials Today: Proceedings, 15, 677-686.
  18. Isa, M. A., Majumdar, R. S., & Haider, S. (2019). In silico identification of potential inhibitors against shikimate dehydrogenase through virtual screening and toxicity studies for the treatment of tuberculosis. International Microbiology, 22(1), 7-17.
  19. Rachna, K., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Rice husk and Sodium hydroxide activated Rice husk for removal of Reactive yellow dye from water. Materials Today: Proceedings, 12, 573-580.
  20. Singh, N. B., Saxena, S. K., Kumar, M., & Rai, S. (2019). Geopolymer cement: Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and applications. Materials Today: Proceedings, 15, 364-370.
  21. Khanna, S., Singh, P., Kau, H., & Joon, A. (2019). Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial Investigation of Mixed Ligand Complexes of Cobalt (II) and Nickel (II) with P-Dimethylaminobenzaldehyde Thiosemicarbazone. MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMISTRY (MJChem), 21(3), 100-109.

 

List of Projects :

Ongoing external project :

1. Title : Epoxy-based Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Polymers for Space Applications PI/CoPI : Dr. S. Packirisamy and Dr. Sonia Khanna Amount : 34.99 Lakhs Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC), ISRO, Trhiruvananthapuram

Ongoing internal project (Funded by Sharda University) :

1. Title: synthesis and biological applications of bio-waste based H-cardanol derivatives

  • PI/Co-PI name: Vinay K Verma
  • Amount of money : 2.00 Lakhs
  • Duration : 01 year
  • Funding agency: Sharda University

2. Title : Synthesis of Size Selective Azamacrocycles for removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Aqueous Medium

  • PI name : Dr. Noopur Srivastava
  • Amount of money : 2 Lakhs
  • Duration : One year

3. TitleDeciphering the role of Schiff base complexes with Boron and Silicon in anticancer activity: A preliminary approach to elucidate altered telomerase level and telomerase activity in cancer cells

  • PI/Co-PI name: Dr. Vivek Srivastava/ Dr. Harsimrut Kaur
  • Amount of money : 2Lac
  • Duration :  one year

4.Title : Development of functionalized gold and silver nanoparticles for detection of heavy metal ions in water and soil

  • PI name : Dr. Anindita De & Dr. Preeti Jain
  • Amount of money : 2 Lakhs
  • Duration : Two  years
  • Mijinyawa, A. H., Durga, G., & Mishra, A. (2019). Evaluation of thermal degradation and melt crystallization behavior of taro mucilage and its graft copolymer with poly (lactide). SN Applied Sciences, 1(11), 1486.
  • Mijinyawa, A. H., Durga, G., & Mishra, A. (2019). A sustainable process for adsorptive removal of methylene blue onto a food grade mucilage: kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium evaluation. International journal of phytoremediation, 1-8.
  • Mijinyawa, A. H., Durga, G., & Mishra, A. (2019). A sustainable process for adsorptive removal of methylene blue onto a food grade mucilage: kinetics, thermodynamics, and equilibrium evaluation. International journal of phytoremediation, 1-8.
  • Saxena, N., Srivastava, N., Shukla, P., & Tripathi, G. K. (2019). The Drug Discovery Development for Treatment of Tuberculosis. Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics, 9(3-s), 802-819.
  • Aggarwal, N., & Patnaik, A. (2019). Dimeric conformation sensitive electronic excited states of tetracene congeners and their unconventional non-fluorescent behaviour. Journal of Chemical Sciences, 131(6), 52.
  • De, A., Ray, H. P., Jain, P., Kaur, H., & Singh, N. (2020). Synthesis, characterization, molecular docking and DNA cleavage study of transition metal complexes of o-vanillin and glycine derived Schiff base ligand. Journal of Molecular Structure, 1199, 126901.
  • Das, A. K., De, A., Yadav, P., Lloret, F., & Mukherjee, R. (2019). CuII2, CuII4 and CuII6 complexes with 3-(2-pyridyl) pyrazolate. Structure, magnetism and core interconversion. Polyhedron.171,365-373
  • V.K Verma., G.Durga., S.P Jagannath., Rajesh Kumar. & R.K Verma., (2019).Selenium bearing 24 and 28-membered  macrocyclic schiff bases : synthesis and electrochemical behavior.

International Journal of Current Advanced Research

  • Prakash Rao, H. S., Adigopula, L. N., Ramalingam, G., Lone, J. A., & Ramadas, K. (2018). Design, Synthesis, Anticancer Properties and In Silico Evaluation of C (4) N‐Heteroaryl 4H‐Chromenes. ChemistrySelect, 3(46), 13161-13166.
  • Elavarasi, S. B., Mariam, D., Momeen, M. U., Hu, J., & Guin, M. (2019). Effect of fluorination on bandgap, first and second order hyperpolarizabilities in lithium substituted adamantane: A time dependent density functional theory. Chemical Physics Letters, 715, 310-316.
  • Ali, S., Singh, V., Jain, P., & Tripathi, V. (2019). Synthesis, antibacterial, anticancer and molecular docking studies of macrocyclic metal complexes of dihydrazide and diketone. Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, 23(1), 52-60.
  • Gupta, V., Agarwal, A., Singh, M. K., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Kail sawdust charcoal: a low-cost adsorbent for removal of textile dyes from aqueous solution. SN Applied Sciences, 1(10), 1271.
  • Rachna, K., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Removal of Victoria Blue-84 Dye from Aqueous Solution by Zinc Sulphate Activated Sugarcane Bagasse.
  • Barthwal, S., Singh, B., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Electrical Conductivity and Mechanical Hardness of Al2O3-1wt% MWCNT Nanocomposite Synthesized by Ball Milling Method.
  • Singh, N. B., Agrawal, S., & Rachna, K. (2019). Methylene Blue Dye Removal from Water by Nickel Ferrite Polyaniline Nanocomposite.
  • Uzo-God, O. C., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Effects of dietary nano and macro iron oxide (Fe2O3) on the growth, biochemical, and hematological profiles of African catfish (Clarias gariepinus) fingerlings. Journal of Applied Aquaculture, 31(2), 153-171.
  • Tiwari, G., Sharma, D., Tiwari, S. N., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Frontier Orbital and Conformational Analysis of a Nematic Liquid Crystal: 4-n-heptyloxy-4-cyanobiphenyl.
  • Kumar, M., Saxena, S. K., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Influence of some additives on the properties of fly ash based geopolymer cement mortars. SN Applied Sciences, 1(5), 481.
  • Kalra, M., Kumar, M., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Performance evaluation of Concrete made from Fly Ash blended cement in the presence of Silicone Hydrophobic Powder-50 and Silica Fume. Materials Today: Proceedings, 15, 677-686.
  • Isa, M. A., Majumdar, R. S., & Haider, S. (2019). In silico identification of potential inhibitors against shikimate dehydrogenase through virtual screening and toxicity studies for the treatment of tuberculosis. International Microbiology, 22(1), 7-17.
  • Rachna, K., Agarwal, A., & Singh, N. B. (2019). Rice husk and Sodium hydroxide activated Rice husk for removal of Reactive yellow dye from water. Materials Today: Proceedings, 12, 573-580.
  • Singh, N. B., Saxena, S. K., Kumar, M., & Rai, S. (2019). Geopolymer cement: Synthesis, Characterization, Properties and applications. Materials Today: Proceedings, 15, 364-370.
  • Singh, N. B., & Middendorf, B. (2020). Geopolymers as an alternative to Portland cement: An overview. Construction and Building Materials, 237, 117455.
  • S, Bushra., Singh, N. B., & Singh. K., (2019), In-vitro evaluation of anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of ethanolic extract of CydoniaOblonga seeds. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research (accepted)
  • Tiwari. G.,Sharma. D., Singh.N.B., Electronic Structure and Molecular Docking Studies of an anti-HIV Drug: Stavudine. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research(accepted)
  • Studies towards iodine –catalyzed dehydrative-cyclomerization of pent-4-yne-1,2-diols to di and tri substituted furans, H.Surya Prakash rao, Vijjapu Satish, Silambarasan Kanniyappan, Priyanka Kumari; Tetrahedron,74(2018)6047-6056.
  • Telomere length-dependent transcription and epigenetic modifications in promoters remote from telomere ends; A. K Mukherjee, S Sharma, S. Sengupta , D.Saha,P.Kumar, T. Hussain , V.Srivastava, S.Deb Roy, J.W. Shay, S.Chowdhury; Plos Genetics (2018),in press
  • Versatility of theraupatic behavior of thiosemicarbazones and its metal complexes; Sonia Khanna, International Journal of Current Advanced Research,(2018),7(10),16109-16116.
  • Epigenetic book markers in head and neck cancers; Silpi Gupta, Prabhat Kumar,Jayant Maini, Harsimrat Kaur,Bhudev.C.Das, Journal of Cancer, Genetics and Biomarkers (2018),1,(2),41-51
  • Effect of fluorination on bandgap, first and second order hyperpolarizabilities in lithium substituted adamantane: A time dependent density functional theory study; S. B.Elavarasia, D.Mariama, M. U.Momeenb , J.Hub , M. Guin; Chemistry Physics Letters 715,(2018), 310-15
  • Synthesis, antibacterial, anticancer and molecular docking studies of macrocyclic metal complexes of dihydrazide and diketone; S.Ali, Vandna Singh, Preeti Jain, Vishwas Tripathi; Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, 22,5, (2018),346-357.
  • ZnO-SWCNT nano composite as NO2 gas sensor; Subodh Barthwal, Bhim  Singh, Sumit Barthwal, N. B. Singh, Materials Today Proceedings, (2018),5, 15439-15444.
  • Isolation, characterization, and microwave assisted surface modification of Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott mucilage by grafting polylactide; Abubakar Hamisu Mijinyawa,  Geeta Durga, Anuradha Mishra, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 119,(2018), 1090.
  • Ceramic coating on flexible external insulation blankets for reusable mssions; D. Devapal, M. P. Gopakumar, P. V. Prabhakaran and S. Packirisamy, Current Science,114,1 (2018), 137-141.
  • An Investigation of Electric Behavior of Copper Oxide Nanoparticles Doped Silver Phosphate Glass B.P.Choudhary,Sarita Rai and  N.B.Singh; Emerging Materials Research , 6(2)(2017) 285-295
  • Water purification by polymer nanocomposites: An overview; Neeta Pandey, S.K.Shukla ,N.B.Singh; Nanocomposites, (2017),3(2),47-66
  • Optimization of controlled ring-opening polymerization of L-lactide to hydroxyl terminated polylactides using zinc acetate catalyst; Sheetal Monga, Anupama Sharma, Bhuvanesh Gupta;  Polymer Bulletin, (2017),74, 4943–4958
  • Thiocyanate mediated structural diversity in phenol based “end-off” compartmental ligand complexes of group 12 metal ions: Studies on their photophysical properties and phosphatase like activity; Jaydeep Adhikary , Prateeti Chakraborty , Sugata Samanta , Ennio Zangrando , Sanjib Ghosh , Debasis Das ; Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, (2017), 178,114-124
  • Group 12 metal complexes of (2-piperazine-1-yl-ethyl)-pyridin-2-yl-methylene-amine: rare participation of terminal piperazine N in coordination leads to structural diversity; Suranjana Purkait, Gabriel Aullón,  Ennio Zangrandoc,Prateeti Chakraborty; Dalton Trans, (2017), 46,2184-2195
  • Epigenetic suppression of human telomerase (hTERT) is mediated by the metastasis suppressor NME2 in a G-quadruplex-dependent fashion; D Saha, A.Singh ,T. Hussain, Vivek Srivastava; Journal of Biological Chemistry, (2017) , 292 (37),15205-15215
  • Synthesis, characterization, molecular docking and biological activity of 5,6-bis-(4-fluoro-phenyl)-3,4,7,8-tetraaza-bicyclo[8.3.1]tetradeca-1(13),4,6,10(14),11-pentaene-2,9-dione and its transition metal complexes; Vandna Singh, Sabir Ali, Vishwas Tripathi, Preeti Jain; Journal of Soudi Chemical Society (2017), 22 (5), 546-557.

Ongoing projects:
Epoxy-based Inorganic-Organic Hybrid Polymers and their evaluation as adhesives and matrix resins for Space Applications
Investigators : Prof. S Pakirisamy & Dr. Sonia Khanna
Funding Agency : Indian Space Research Organization
Amount : 40lakhs
Development of functionalized gold and silver nanoparticles for detection of heavy metal 
ions in water and soil
Investigators : Dr.Anindita De & Dr. Preeti Jain
Funding Agency : Sharda University
Amount : 2lakhs
Development of compact bioelectrochemical reactor capable of generating electricity during waste water treatment
Investigators : Dr. Abhilasha Mathuriya & Dr. Sonia Khanna
Funding Agency : Sharda University
Amount : 2 lakhs