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  • Post Graduate Department of Biotechnology is established in the year 2002 and the M.Sc. Biotechnology teaching programme is supported by the Department of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi, under Human Resource Development Programme. The Department is equipped with the state of the art infrastructure for teaching and research in Biotechnology. The M.Sc. Course curriculum has been designed to impart theoretical and practical training to the students in Cell Biology and Genetics, Genetic Engineering, Biochemistry, Microbiology, Bio-techniques, Molecular Biology, Enzyme and Bioprocess Technology, Immunology, Environmental Biotechnology, Biostatistics and Bioinformatics. Recently, the Department has also adapted choice based curriculum for M.Sc. students based on DBT model syllabus and UGC guidelines and has introduced an add-on course in Bioinformatics (4 semester), which can be opted by P.G. Science students from other disciplines.

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P.G. Department of Biotechnology, Utkal University has a vision to become a centre of excellence in Biotechnology education, training and research in the Country and to develop a strong linkage between Academics, Research and Industry. The curriculum and the research strategies have been developed with integrative approaches in order to transform the idea and innovation of young talents into value added products.


The Mission of the Department is to nurture, mentor and train young talents with the latest technologies in the field of biotechnology for providing global competence

Name : Sabuj sahoo
Designation : Reader & HEAD
Qualification : Ph.D. (Pharmacy), M. Tech-(Biotechnology)
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Name : Jagnehswar Dandapat
Designation : Professor
Qualification : M. Phil., Ph.D.
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Name : Jyotsnarani Pradhan
Designation : Lecturer
Qualification : Ph.D.
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Name : Sanatan Majhi
Designation : Lecturer
Qualification : B. V. Sc & A.H., M.V. Sc.
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The Department has well equipped laboratories with number of sophisticated equipments to carry out practicals for M.Sc. students. Besides the general M.Sc. laboratories to carry out routine practicals, the Department has several research laboratories including Molecular Biology Laboratory, Animal cell culture facilities, working cold room, Instrumentation facilities, etc., where Doctoral/Postdoctoral students, Scientists and Faculty members are actively engaged in cutting edge research in various fields of Biotechnology. Some of the facilities are as follows

  • Sc. class rooms- 02
  • Seminar library with computer and internet facilities - 01
  • Sc. Laboratories - 02
  • Research Laboratories - 02
  • Cold room - 01
  • Animal cell culture room – 01


Seminar Library

  • Text and reference books : Approximately 1200 books, purchased from DBT and UGC Grants


  • E-Journals Subscribed: Springer, Wiley and selected journals of Elsevier through University INFLIBNET centre and ProQuest.


Major Instruments Available

  • PCR machine
  • Real Time PCR machine
  • Gel documentation system
  • Vertical and horizontal electrophoresis system
  • Electrophoresis and Blotting system
  • Research microscope with digital photography attachment
  • Inverted microscope
  • Microtome
  • Fluorescence microscope with digital imaging system
  • HPLC (High Performance Liquid Chromatography)
  • ELISA reader
  • UV-Vis Spectrophotometer
  • Spectrofluorimeter
  • Hansatech oxygraph
  • Microplate Spectrophotometer
  • -20˚C Deep freezer
  • -50˚C Deep freezer
  • -86˚C Deep freezer
  • Laminar air flow- horizontal system
  • Incubators
  • CO2 Incubator
  • Phase II Bio-safety cabinet
  • High Speed Cooling Centrifuge
  • UV Transilluminator
  • White Transilluminator
  • NIBP Tail-cuff sphygmomanometer
  • Micro centrifuge
  • Power backup system
  • Biofermenter
  • Orbital shaker
  • Sonicator

  • Research Lab: 02
  • Student Lab: 02
  • Molecular Biology Lab: 01
  • Cell Culture Lab: 01


  1. 100% placement of the M.Sc. passed out students in Research Institutes/ Universities/ IITs and Biotech R&D sectors.
  2. 80% students qualified in National level test conducted by Biotech Consortium India Limited (BCIL) for industrial training programme.
  3. 60% students qualified National level tests (NET/GATE/DBT JRF/ICMR JRF)
  4. In last two academic sessions, the M.Sc. Biotechnology toppers are from our Department and they have activated their DST-INSPIRE fellowship in National Institutes.


  1. Abinash Dutta, Research Scholar, P.G. Department of Biotechnology, Utkal University won the Best Paper Presentation Award in the National Symposium on Recent Advances in Beneficial Insects organized by Society for Advancement of Natural Resins and Gums (SANRAG) and Indian Institute of Natural Resins and Gums, Ranchi during November 27-29, 2013.
  2. Department has published several research papers in peer reviewed journal of International repute which are also cited by other Scientists globally. During the above period, Department has also published 24 abstracts in the proceedings of National/International symposia/seminars.
  3. Bamdeb Patra, who was working as Research Scholar in the P.G. Department of Biotechnology, Utkal University was selected and participated in Indo-US Cytometry workshop organised by Institute of Life Sciences, Bhubaneswar.
  4. Department has organised National Symposium on “Emerging trends in Biotechnology: Present scenario and future dimensions” on 29th and 30th March, 2014


Name of the Funding Agency


Nature of Funding


DBT, Govt. of India


Infrastructure Development for M.Sc. Biotechnology Programme

Head of the Department/ Coordinator

DBT, Govt. of India



Head of the Department/ Coordinator

DBT, Govt. of India



Head of the Department/ Coordinator

DST-PURSE, Govt. of India


Infrastructure Development & Manpower

Head of the Department

UGC, New Delhi


Infrastructure Development

Head of the Department

UGC ,New Delhi



Head of the Department

UGC, New Delhi



Head of the Department

ICMR, New Delhi


Research & Development

Prof. G.B.N. Chainy, P.I.

DST, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Prof. G.B.N. Chainy, P.I.

UGC, New Delhi


Research & Development

Prof. G.B.N. Chainy, P.I.

DST, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr.(Mrs.) Shravani Mohanty-nee-Bhanja, P.I. (Women Scientist)

DST, Govt. of Odisha


Research & Development

Prof. S. P. Adhikary, P.I.

BRNS, DAE, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr. J. Dandapat, P.I.

DST, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr. J. Dandapat, P.I.

DST, Govt. of Odisha


Research & Development

Dr. J. Dandapat, P.I.

DST, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr. (Mrs) Anita Roy, P.I. (Women Scientist)

DBT, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr. P. R. Debata, P.I. (Ramalingaswami Fellow) 


SERB, Govt. of India


Research & Development

Dr. Aseem Mishra

(UGC Asst. Professor)

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Funding Agency


Refresher Course in Biotechnology, Utkal University, 2010.

UGC, New Delhi.


Refresher course in Biotechnology for College and University Teachers, 2011

UGC, New Delhi.


National Symposium on “Emerging trends in Biotechnology: Present scenario, and future dimensions” on  29th and 30th March, 2014

DST-PURSE & UGC, New Delhi.


UGC-Sponsored Skill Development Workshop for College Teachers on 19st-20th, November, 2015.

UGC, New Delhi.


Skill Development programmes for PGT Biology Teachers (+2 Science Kendriya Vidyalaya) on “Isolation of DNA” Date: 01.09. 2016

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Govt of Odisha.

Publications in the Year 2016

  • Anjali Khatri, Aseem Mishra, Virander Singh Chauhan. Characterization of DNA condensation by conformationally constrained dipeptides and gene delivery. Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 2016. (Accepted on Aug 18, 2016)
  • Curcumin and Ellagic acid synergistically induce ROS generation, DNA damage, p53 accumulation and apoptosis in HeLa cervical carcinoma cells.Kumar, D., Basu, S., Parija, L., Rout, D., Manna, S., Dandapat, J. and Debata, P.R., 2016. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy81, pp.31-37.
  • Age related changes in rat kidney antioxidant enzymes and oxidative stress parameters with special reference to catalase promoter methylation pattern Jena S, Bunker SK, Dandapat J, Chainy G.B.N. (2016) Topics in Biomedical Gerontology. Springer, Singapore. Edited by P.C. Rath, R. Sharma and S. Prasad.
  • An Overview of Seasonal Changes in Oxidative Stress and Antioxidant Defence Parameters in Some Invertebrate and Vertebrate Species.Chainy, G.B.N., Paital, B. and Dandapat, J. 2016. Scientifica2016.
  • Homeopathic Medicine Rauwolfia Serpentina Ameliorate Blood Pressure and Oxidative Stress Parameters of Kidney by Modulating Expression of Antioxidant Enzymes in Deoxycorticosterone Acetate (DOCA)-Salt-Induced Hypertensive Rat Model. Kumar, S., Dandapat, J., Chainy, G.B.N., Hati, A.K. and Nanda, L., 2016.J Drug Res Dev2(1), pp.2470-1009.
  • Synthesis, spectral characterization,in silico and in vitro antimicrobial investigations of some Schiff base metal complexes derived fromazosalicylaldehyde analogues in Indian J of Chemistry, by SAHOO1,*, S. SAHOO2 and P. SUDHIR KUMAR1,(accepted in press).
  • Biological evaluation of novel a-heteroaryl/arylazo 2-naphthol analogs and the transitional metal complexes derived from 4-((2-hydroxynaphthalen-1-yl) diazenyl)-1, 5-dimethyl-2-phenyl-1h-pyrazol-3(2h)-one by sahoo j.*, sahoo s. and paidesetty s. k., july 2016 Indian Drugs53 (07), 15-24.
  • Evaluation of Toddaliaasiatica (L.) Lam leaf extracts for antidiabetic activity by S K Mekap, S Sahoo, KB Satapathy, SK Mishra1*, Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations, February 2016; vol. 3 (Issue 1): 115-125.
  • Rautray, J. Pradhan and L. Samanta (2016) “Antioxidant and hepatoprotective properties of macro- alga Chaetomorpha linum against experimentally induced oxidative stress.” Int. J of Recent Sci. Res. 7 (7), pp. 12688-12691,


Publications in the Year 2015

  • Neonatal persistant exposure to 6 propyl- 2 Thiouracil, A Thyroid disrupting chemical, differentially modulates expression of hepatic catalase and C/EBP-β in adult rats, SK Bunker, J Dandapat, SK Sahoo, A Ray, GBN Chainy, J of Biochemical & Molecular Toxicology. DOI: 10.1002/jbt.21766 (2015).
  • Pro-oxidative challenges and antioxidant protection during larval development of non-mulberry silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae), A Sahoo, S Sahu, J Dandapat and L Samanta, Italian J of Zoology DOI: 1080/11250003.2015.1103319 (2015)
  • Age related decrease in rat liver catalase expression is associated with change in its promoter methylation pattern. S.K. Bunker, J. Dandapat, G.B.N. Chainy, Current trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy 9(1): 88-96 (2015).
  • Effect of persistent and transient hypothyroidism on histo architecture and antioxidant defence system in rat brain. S. Jena, Neuro science 36(6):953-959 (2015).
  • Foliar supplementation of zinc modulates growth and antioxidant defense system of tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta. S. Sahu, J. Dandpat, N. Mohanty, Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies 3(2):25-35 (2015).
  • Oxidative Damaged products, Level of Hydrogen Peroxide and antioxidant protection in Diapausing Pupa of Tasar Silk Worm, Antheraea mylitta: A Comparative Study in Two Voltine Groups. A.Sahoo, J. Dandapat, Samanta. International journal of Insect Science, 7:11-17 (2015).
  • Neonatal hypothyroidism alters expression of antioxidant enzymes and redox status in adult rat seminiferous tubule cells. S.K. Sahoo, G.B.N. Chainy, J. Dandapat. Current trends in Biotechnology and Pharmacy; 9(2): 117-131 (2015).
  • Inter-domain helix h10DOMI-h1DOMI is important in the molecular interaction of bovine serum albumin with curcumin: spectroscopic and computational analysis. D. Pangeni, C. Kapil, M.A. Jairajpuri, P. Sen. Eur Biophys J; 44 (3): 139-148 (2015).
  • Anti oxidant and Anti Infective Potential of Oleanolic acid acetate vis-à-visVitexnegundo andOroxylumindicum Vent. against human pathogens causing Infections of UT, GIT and Skin.” Journal of Oriental Pharmacy Experimental Medicines, Orient Pharm Exp Med., Springer, DOI 10.1007/s13596-014-0171-5, 15 (1), 73-82. (2015).
  • Synthesis, Characterization and Solvatochromic effect of Some Azo Based 2-Thioxopyrimidine-4,-6-dione Analogues and Their Antimicrobial Evaluation by Sahoo1, S. Sahoo2 and P. Sudhir Kumar, Asian Journal of Chemistry; 27,11 (2015).
  • Ethnobotanical Survey of Plants used in Treatment of Urinary disorders in Dhenkanal district of Odisha, India, Mahalik G, Sahoo S, and Satapathy KB, IOSR-JESTFT DOI: 10.9790/2402-09815863, 9(8), 58-63 (2015).


Publications in the Year 2014

  • Effect of iron stress on Withaniasomni fera : antioxidant enzyme response and nutrient elemental uptake in in vitro grown plants. J.R. Rout, S. Behera, S.S. Ram, S. Bhar, A. Chakraborty, M. Sudarshan. Ecotoxicology; 24 (2): 1389-1 (2014).
  • Hypothyroidism alters antioxidant defence system in rat brainstem during postnatal development and adulthood. Jena, S. Bhanja, Neurol sci 35 (8):1269-74, (2014).
  • Effect of aminotriazole on antioxidant defense system of tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta. B Patra, S Sahu, J Dandapat, Entomological Science. 17: 316-323, (2014).
  • Effect of heavy metals on growth response and antioxidant defense protection in Bacillus cerus. M Behera, J Dandapat, CC Rath, J of Basic Microbiol; 54: 1201-1209, (2014).
  • Supplementation of T3 Recovers Hypothyroid Rat Liver Cells from Oxidatively Damaged Inner Mitochondrial Membrane Leading to Apoptosis. S Mukherjee, L Samanta, A. Roy, S Bhanja and GBN Chainy, Bio Med Research International Volume 2014, Article ID 590897,doi: 10.1155/2014/590897, (2014).
  • Anti-nephrotoxic Activity of Some Medicinal Plants from Tribal Rich Pockets of Odisha. S Mishra, SR Pani, S Sahoo, Pharma Res, 6(3):210-217 (2014).
  • Bioassay guided fractionation and hepatoprotective activity of oleanolic acid acetate isolated fromVitexnegundo S Mishra, S R Pani, KK Rout, S Sahoo, J of Biol Active Products from Nature, 4 (2):89 – 100, (2014).
  • Agrobacterium rhizogenes –mediated hairy root cultures of a multi-medicinal herb, Boerhaaviadiffusa L.: Optimization of transformation events and anti-microbial activity against bacterial pathogens causing UTIs. L Sahu, S Jena, SS Swain, S Sahoo and PK Chand, Frontiers in Life Science, 7(3-4):197-209 (2014).
  • Bioassay guided fractionation and hepatoprotective activity of oleanolic acid acetate isolated fromVitexnegundo,S Mishra, SR Pani, KK Rout, S Sahoo,Journal of Biologically Active Products from Nature 4 (2): 89 – 100 (2014).
  • Evaluation of invitro antibacterial and antioxidant activities of Melia azedarach L. bark. By K.Akhtari, J. Somani, S.K.Nayak, Sabuj Sahoo, A. Mohapatra and KB Satapathy, IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences. 9(6), 14-17 (2014).
  • Study on the antibacterial potential and phytochemical analysis of Thespesia populnea (L.) Sol. Ex Corr. Used in the treatment of diarrhoea and dysentery by J. Somani, K.Akhtari, S.K. Nayak, sabuj sahoo, Mishra SK and KB Satapathy Ameriacan Journal of Pahrmacy and Health Research 2(12): (2014).
  • Microbial Extracellular L-asparaginase: An Enzyme of Therapeutic Biswaprakash Pradhan1, Sashi K. Dash, Chandi C. Rath, Sweety Pate, and Sabuj Saho Journal of Advaced Microbiology 1(2): 75-88 (2014).
  • Ulcer-protective effect of Avicennia officinalis, A common mangrove plant by N. Aparna, Saumya Ranjan Pani, Suman Kumar Mekap, Nabin Kumar Dhal, Sabuj Sahoo, Pharmaceutical and Biological Evaluations. 1(1), 1-8: (2014).
  • Evaluation of Antibacterial Efficacy of Clerodendrum serratum and Clerodendrum viscosum Vent. Leaves against some Human Pathogens causing UT and GIT Infection, N. Shukla, C.S. Panda, K. B. Satapathy,  S. Sahoo and S.K. Mishra, Res. J of Pharm. Bio. and Chem. Sci. 5(6). 621-626: (2014).


Publications in the Year 2013

  • Replication of type 2 diabetes candidate genes variations in three geographically unrelated Indian population groups. S Ali, R Chopra, S Manvati, YP Singh, N Kaul, A Behura, A Mahajan, P Sehajpal, S Gupta, MK Dhar, GBN Chainy, AS Bhanwer, S Sharma, RN Bamezai, PLoS One 8(3):e58881. doi:10.1371/journal, (2013).
  • Seasonal variability of antioxidant biomarkers in mud crabs (Scylla serrata). B Paital, GBN Chainy, Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 87:33-41, (2013).
  • In silico prediction of 3D structure of Mn superoxide dismutase of Scylla serrata and its binding properties with inhibitors. B Paital, S Kumar, R Farmer, GBN Chainy. Interdiscip Sci, 5(1):69-76, (2013).
  • Modulation of expression of SOD isoenzymes in mud crab (Scylla serrata): effects of inhibitors, salinity and season. B Paital, GBN Chainy. J Enzyme Inhib Med Chem, 28(1):195-204, (2013).
  • At very low concentrations known chaotropes act as kosmotropes for the N and B isoforms of human serum albumin. P Sen, MM Khan, AEE Ahmad and RH, Khan,  Cell Biol. 91: 72-78., (2013).
  • Modulation of antioxidant enzyme expression by PTU-induced hypothyroidism in cerebral cortex of postnatal rat brain. Bhanja S, Jena S. Neurochem Res 38(1):42-49, (2013).
  • Screening and characterization of extracelluar L-asparaginase producing Bacillus subtilis strain hswx88, isolated from Taptapanihotspring of Odisha, India. B Pradhan, SK. Dash and S Sahoo, Asian Pacific J of Trop Biome, 3(12): 936-941 (2013).
  • Optimization of some physical and nutritional parameters for the production of L-asparaginase by isolated thermophilic Pseudomonas aeruginosa strain F1,B Pradhan, SK. Dash and S Sahoo,Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia, , 10(1), pp. 389-395, (2013).
  • Strain improvement of isolated Bacillus Subtilis Strain Hswx88 for extracellular L-Asparaginase production. International J of Pharmacy and Industrial Research. 3, 288-294: (2013).
  • In Vitro and In Vivo Antihepatotoxic Activity of Oroxylum Indicum Against Carbon-Tetrachloride Induced Hepatic Damage. J Pharm. Sci. and Res, 4(8), 1000-1005: (2013).


Publications in the Year 2012

  • PEGylation of an osteoclast inhibitory peptide: Suitable candidate for the treatment of osteoporosis. J Akhtar, V Mallaredy, J Dandapat, P Maiti, SK Sahoo, and S Singh, (2012) International Journal of Pharmaceutics, 434: 429-436, (2012).
  • Hypothyroidism modulates renal antioxidant gene expression during postnatal development and maturation in rat. S Jena, GBN Chainy and J Dandapat, General and Comparative Endocrinology, 178: 8-18, (2012).
  • Curcumin differentially regulates the expression of superoxide dismutase in cerebral cortex and cerebellum of L-thyroxine (T4)-induced hyperthyroid rat brain. S Jena, J Dandapat, and GBN Chainy, Neurological Sciences, (DOI 10.1007/s10072-012-1084-z), (2012).
  • Expression of antioxidant genes in renal cortex of PTU-induced hypothyroid rats: effect of vitamin E and curcumin. S Jena, GBN Chainy, and J Dandapat, Molecular Biology Reports, 39 (2): 1193-1203, (2012).
  • Induction of oxidative stress and inhibition of superoxide dismutase expression in rat cerebral cortex and cerebellum by PTU-induced hypothyroidism and its reversal by curcumin. S. Jena, C. Anand, GBN Chainy and J. Dandapat, Neurological Sciences, 33 (4): 869-873, (2012)
  • Compromised rat testicular antioxidant defence system by hypothyroidism before puberty. D. K Sahoo and A. Roy, International J. Endocrinology Vol. 2012; 11 pages, doi:10,1155/2012/637825, (2012).
  • Antimicrobial investigation of Ammania baccifera against some Urinary and Gastro-intestinal Tract infection causing pathogens. Indian Drugs. 49(12), 44-48: (2012).


Publications in the Year 2011

  • Nephroprotective effect of Bauhinia variegata () whole stem extract, against Cisplatin induced Nephropathy in rats. S. R Pani, S. Sahoo, P. K Panda, S. Mishra ,Ind J Pharm ,43:200-202 (2011).
  • Antiurolithiatic Activity of Barks of Crateva magna Lour). K Mekap, S. R Mishra, S. Sahoo, P. K Panda, Nat Prod & Res, 2(1):28-33,(2011).
  • Hepatoprotective effect of Barringtoniaacutangula leaves on carbon tetrachloride-induced acute liver damage in rats. S Mishra, S Sahoo, K K Rout, S. K Nayak, S. K. Mishra, P. K Panda, Nat Prod & Res, 2(4): 515-519, (2011).
  • Pharmacological efficacy of Argemonemexicanaplant Extract, against cysteamine‑induced duodenal ulceration In rats, P. K. Das, S. Pillai, D. M. Kar, D. Pradhan and S SahooIndian Journal of Medical Sciences, 65(3)(2011).
  • Hepatoprotective effect of Bauhinia variegata () whole stem against Carbon tetrachloride induced Hepatopathy in rats, MAPSB, S.R. Pani, S Sahoo, P K. Panda, S. Mishra, Global Science Book, 10(1): 62-65(2011).


Publications in the Year 2010


  • PTU-induced hypothyroidism modulates antioxidant defence status in the developing cerebellum. S Bhanja and GBN Chainy, Int Journal of Dev Neurosci. 28(3):251-262, (2010).
  • Expression of hepatic antioxidant genes in L-thyroxine-induced hyperthyroid rats: Regulation by vitamin E and curcumin. U Subudhi and GBN Chainy, Chemico-Biological Interactions. 183(2):304-316, (2010).
  • Antioxidant defenses and oxidative stress parameters in tissues of mud crab (Scylla serrata) with reference to changing salinity. B Paital and GBN Chainy, Comp Biochem and Phys C-Toxico& Pharma. 151(1):142-151, (2010).
  • 2, 2, 2-Trifluroethanol induces simultaneous increase in alpha-helicity and aggregation in alkaline unfolded state of bovine serum albumin. P Sen, B Ahmad, G Rabbani, R H Khan, Int J Biol Macromol. Mar 1; 46(2):250-4, (2010).
  • Methyl Cyanide induces α to β-Transition and Aggregation at High Concentrations in E state of Human Serum Albumin. P. Sen, M.A Iqbal, S. Fatima and R. H Khan. Biochemistry (Moscow) 75(3):367-74, (2010).
  • T3 fails to restore mitochondrial thiol redox status altered by experimental hypothyroism in rat testis.S Chattopadhyay, S Choudhury, A. Roy, L Samanta and GBN Chainy,Gen and Comp Endo;169: 39-47, (2010).
  • Thiol redox status critically influences hepatic mitochondrial response to 3, 5, 3'-triiodothyronine-induced oxidative injury: A temporal analysis. S Chattopadhyay, DKSahoo, A. Roy, L Samanta, and GBNChainy, Cell Biochem and Fun; 28(2):126-134, (2010).
  • Antimicrobial Potential of the Volatile Oil of Feronia LimoniaSwingle Leaves, D. K Brahma, S Sahoo, S.K Mishra S. K. and S. R Mishra, Indian Drugs, 47(4): 69-71 (2010)


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Current position





Dr. Aseem Mishra

ICGEB, New Delhi


Asst. Prof , UGC-FRP, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar


Dr. Umakant Subudhi

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar


Scientist B, IMMT, Bhubaneswar


Dr. Saktikanta Rath

North Odisha University


Lecturer, P.G. Dept of Biotechnology, Revenshaw University, Cuttack


Dr. Priyankar Sen

Aligarh Muslim University


NII, New Delhi

Asst. Prof., VIT University, Vellore


Dr. Madhumita Panda





Gitanjali Nanda

Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic




Dr. Avisek Kumar

Vinoba Bhave University, Bihar







Dr. Srikanta Jena

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar


Lecturer, P.G. Dept of Zoology, Revenshaw University, Cuttack


Dr. Jyotsnarani Pradhan

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar


Lecturer, P.G. Dept of Biotechnology, Utkal University, BBSR


Dr. Jiban Jyoti Panda

ICGEB, New Delhi


Scientist C, Institute of Nano Science and Technology, Punjab


Dr. Pranati sar

ILS, Bhubaneswar




Swatilekha Das



Teacher at DPS Kalinga


Dr. Meera Kumari

Kansas University, USA







Dr. Sawan Kumar

IIT Madras, Chennai


Sea6Energy Pvt. Ltd.


Dr. Jay Prakash

BHU, Banaras

Jamia Milia Islamia University



Vijay Mandal



Sr. PMA at Quintiles Research India Pvt Ltd



Dr. Deepak Kumar

ILS, Bhubaneswar

University of California School of Medicine and U.C.S.D.,U.S.A



Dr. Jawed Alam

NISED, Kolkata


DST- SERB Young Scientist at ILS, Bhubaneswar





Dr. Anjan  Pradhan

ILS, Bhubaneswar

Virginia Commonwealth University, USA



Dr. Rajesh Kar

IIT, Bombay

University of Wisconsin-Madison,USA



Dr. Sneha Singh

ILS, Bhubaneswar

CCMB, Hyderabad



Dr. Sangeeta Kumari

NCCS, Pune




Dr. Binapani Mahaling

IIT, Kanpur




Dr. Sangeeta Kumari

NCCS, Pune




Dr. Deepti Deepika

IIT,  Bombay




Dr. Namita Khanna

IIT,  Kharagpur

Microbial Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Uppsala University, Sweden






Dr. Sunil Behera

IMMT, Bhubaneswar

University of Johannesburg, South Africa



Dr. Arpita Saha

JNU, New Delhi




Dr. Shashikala Verma,

JNU, New Delhi

CCMB, Hyderabad



Dr. Saswat Kumar Bal,

JNU, New Delhi




Dr. Saurabh Mishra

CDFD, Hyderabad




Dr. Jayant Solanki

Bangalore University




Rakesh Kumar



Lecturer, SRKG College , Sitamarhi, Bihar


B. Chetna

IISc, Bangalore




Suresh Bunkar

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar




Sapna Prasad

Luknow University, Lucknow




Sudhir Singh

BHU, Bananas




Ghanasyam Yadav

IMTECH, Chandigarh







Dr. Ashutosh Kumar

NISER, Bhubaneswar




Saurabh Pandey

CCMB, Hyderabad




Sandeep Saini

Utkal University, Bhubaneswar




Vinod Chandra

Central University, Hyderabad




Manik Vij

ICGEB, New Delhi




Bantu Raghu Ram

Central University, Hyderabad







Dr. Nitin Keshari

Shanti Niketan University

ICGEB, Hyderabad



Dr. Rashmi Kumari

ICGEB, New Delhi

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, US



Priyank Jain

JNU, New Delhi




Shagufta Khan

Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi




Hitesh Singh Chaouhan

IITR, Lucknow




Sonia Sen

JNU, New Delhi




Anand Maheshwari

IMTECH, Chandigarh




Prabala Kumari





Santosh K Saha

Magadh University, Gaya







Poonam Singh

NII, New Delhi




Sumit kumar Gautam

JNU, New Delhi




Punch Muiwo

JNU, New Delhi




Tanmoy Sarkar

ICGEB, New Delhi




Chinmay Anand

IISc, Bangalore




Govind Raju

Clinical and Molecular Cancer Medicine, London, United Kingdom




Bhanu Ramya

IICT, Hyderabad







Varun Saha

CDFD, Hyderabad




Dhakaram Pangeni

JNU, New Delhi




Saurabh Chadhury

IICB, Kolkata




D. Suresh

National Institute of Bioinformatics, Bangalore




Saurabh Bhanushali








Ankita Sharma

ILS, Bhubaneswar




Ahmad Khan

ILS, Bhubaneswar




Nisha Raj

Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences(SGPGIMS),





Nidhi Singh Parmar

BHU, Banaras




Pallavi Shejpal

NIPER, Mohali




Sadhana Behera



OAS qualified





Devbrat Kunvar

JNU, New Delhi




Anupam Apoorva

IIT, Kharagpur





Assam University




Neha Pandey





Ankita Datey

Gwalior University, Gwalior







Lecturer in Raipur College


Devyani Chokrobarty