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Ram Saran Chaurasiya

Assistant Professor, Biotechnology

ram.chaurasiya@sharda.ac.in

About

During his PhD he has worked on "Separation and purification of Bromelain from Pineapple wastes using nano-particulate reverse micelles" in CSIR-CFTRI, Mysuru. His major area of research is Biochemical Engineering in general and Downstream processing (DSP) & Waste management in particular. His expertise includes development and scale-up of the DSP processes for separation and purification of biomolecules having commercial applications, and its product development. Wealth from Agro-Food processing waste by recovery of bioactive molecules and value addition to spent waste is one of the prominent areas of current and future research around the world. His vision for the future research is to work in the similar area for the benefit/betterment of Livelihood especially that of our rural brethren. He has published 6 research papers and 1 review paper in International journals beside 1 book chapter. He has made several presentations (3 oral and 10 posters) in various International/National conferences including one oral presentation in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Apart from that, he has participated in several international conferences, workshops and technical seminars.

Experience
  • 05 years research and 03 months teaching
Qualification
  • Ph.D (Engineering Sciences) from CSIR-CFTRI Mysuru, Karnataka
  • M. Tech (Industrial Biotechnology) from NIT Karnataka
  • B. Tech (Biotechnology) from UPTU, Lucknow, U.P. 
Award & Recognition

  • 2013 Best poster award in 7th International Food Convention (IFCon) organized by AFSTI, Mysuru, Karnataka, India
  • 2011 Selected as CSIR-GATE-Junior Research Fellow by CSIR, Govt. of India.
  • 2010 Qualified GATE 2010, conducted by Indian Institute of Technology, Guwahati, Assam, India.
  • Peer reviewer for several International conferences and journals
  • 2010 Worked as Associate Editor for a Departmental magazine “ChemBio” published by Department of Biotechnology, Anand Engineering College, Agra, U.P., India 

Research

08 (International)

  • P. Sasikala, A. Chandralekha, Ram Saran Chaurasiya, J. Chandrasekhar, K.S.M.S. Raghavarao. Ultrasound-assisted extraction and adsorption of polyphenols from Ginger Rhizome (Zingiber officinale). Separation Science and Technology, 53(3)439-448, 2018.
  • K.C. Rani, Aduja Naik, Ram Saran Chaurasiya and K.S.M.S Raghavarao. Removal of toxic congo red dye from water employing low-cost coconut residual fiber. Water Science & Technology, 75(9)2225-2236, 2017, DOI 10.2166/wst.2017.109.
  • Ram Saran Chaurasiya, Sakhare PZ, Bhaskar N& H Umesh Hebbar. Efficacy of reverse micellar extracted fruit bromelain in meat tenderization. Journal of Food Science and Technology, 52(6)3870–3880, 2014.
  • Amrut D Dhaneshwar, Ram Saran Chaurasiyaand H Umesh Hebbar. Process optimization for reverse micellar extraction of stem bromelain with a focus on back extraction. Biotechnology Progress, 30(4)845-855, 2014.
  • Ram Saran Chaurasiya and H Umesh Hebbar. Extraction of bromelain from pineapple core and purification by RME and precipitation methodsSeparation and Purification Technology, 11190-97, 2013.
  • Snehita Chauhan and Ram Saran Chaurasiya. Bioremediation of Diesel Contaminated Soil Through Microbial Flora. Environment Conservation Journal, 13(1&2)111-114, 2012.
  • Review paper Ram Saran Chaurasiya, H. Umesh Hebbar and K.S.M.S Raghavarao. Recent Developments in Nanoparticulate Based Reverse Micellar Extraction for Downstream Processing of Biomolecules. Current Biochemical Engineering, 2(2), 118-134, 2015.
  • Book chapterRam Saran Chaurasiya and H. Umesh Hebbar. Reverse Micelles for Nanoparticle Synthesis and Biomolecule Separation. In Nanoscience in Food and Agriculture 4. Ed. Shivendu Ranjan, Nandita Dasgupta, Eric Lichtfouse. Springer International Publishing, 181-211, 2017

Certifications

NA

Area of Intrest

  • Biochemical Engineering,
  • Environmental Biotechnology