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Dr. Chinmay Pradhan


Dr. Chinmay Pradhan
Name: Dr. Chinmay Pradhan
Designation: Reader & HEAD
Qualification: M.Sc, M.Phil & Ph.D
Phone No.: +91-9861013699, +91-9438676755
E-mail ID: chinmay(dot)uubot(at)gmail(dot)com, chinmay_pr(at)yahoo(dot)com
  • Plant Biotechnology
  • Microbiology
  • Environmental Stress Physiology
  • Cell and Molecular Biology
  • Cell and Molecular Biology of Plants
  • Diversity of Plants
  • Cytogenetics
  • Plant Breeding & Evolution
  • Biotechnology & Genetic Engineering of Plants
  • Plant Ecology & Biostatistics and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology.

Guidance :

  • MPhil Guidance:
Sl NoName of the Scholar Year of award of DegreeTopic of MPhil ThesisSummary of the Research Outcome(In 100 Words)
1Saswati Soumya Mohapatra2019Superhydrophobic and Oleophobic thin film using taro to prevent Biofouling: A novel approach in the field of Biomimetics
2Amruta Panda 2019Chromium (VI) translocation, concentration and its phytotoxic impact on Zinnia elegans L. var. purple prince
3Diptimayee Jena2018Nickel (II) Modulated Antifungal Activity Against Pyricularia oryzae Cav. In Oryza sativa L. (Var Naveen)
4KP Saswati Swetalina2018Morphological Biochemical And Significant Fluorescence Changes In [Macrotylomauniflorum (L.) Verdc.] Var `Ulmi’Under Chromium Stress
5Sagar Prasad Nayak2017Genotoxic Effects of Iron and Iron Nanoparticles On Root Meristem Cells of Allium cepa L.
6Shilpee Dhali 2017Chromium (VI) Induced Toxicity On Physiological And Biochemical Parameters Of Horse Gram [Macrotyloma uniflorum (L.) Verdc.] Var. Madhu
7Swarnalata Tripathy 2016Biodegradation of injection molded polylactic acid – Luffa fiber composite
8Aparna Dey2016Biodegradation analysis of jute reinforced green composites
9Swarnalata Tripathy 2016Biodegradation of injection molded polylactic acid – Luffa fiber composite
10Padmaja Patel 2016Karyotype analysis of Urgenia indica Kunth. Of the family Liliaceae
11Eleena Panda2015A comparative study of phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of different ecotypes of Oxalis corniculata L. and Oxalis debilis Kunth.
12Debashree Dalai 2015Effect of seed priming and salicylic acid to mitigate saline stress in Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.).
13Smruti Gantayat2014Cytotoxic and genotoxic effect of cadmium on somatic cell chromosomes of Allium cepa L.
14Smaranika Mania2014A study on nickel induced genotoxicity in Allium cepa L root
15Jignyasu Nayak2013Studies on Physiological and biochemical changes in two varieties of Indian wild rice (Oryza nivara L.) under Chromium Stress
16Jyotirmaya Mathan2013Ni2+ inducedBiochemical and toxicological in two cultivars of Oryza sativaL
17Lipsa2013Studies on Phytotoxic impacts of heavy metals in common sesban
18Deepti Routray2012Carcinogenic and antioxidative effects of silver nitrate (AgNO3) on Allium cepa L.
19Bangi2011In vitro callus induction in Amaranthus tricolor L.
20Sabita Rout2010In vitro rapid propagation of Aegle marmelos (l.) corr. and comparative study on the antioxidative enzyme activity on leaves
  • PhD Guidance:
Sl NoName of the ScholarYear of award of DegreeRegistration NoName of the Co-guide if anyFellowship received if any during researchTopic of PhD ThesisSummary of the Research Outcome(In 100 Words)
1Deepak Patra2019 03 Botany 2013 - 2014Prof. H.K PatraTeacher FellowAttenuation of Chromium toxicity stress using lemon grass Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud.) W.Watson by phytoremediation technology
2Priyanka Jena201901 Botany 2015 - 2016Prof. H.K PatraProject Fellow (CSIR)Effect of chromium toxicity and assessment of phytoremediation potential of some selected graminaceous and non graminaceous plant species
3Tanushree Ghosh2019 04 Microbiology 2012 - 2013Prof. A. B DasInvestigation on Cadmium induced protein in developing resistance to Sclerotium oryzae Catt. infection against stem rot disease of rice
4Pallavi Jali2018 01 Microbiology 2012 - 2013Prof. A. B DasDST- InspireMolecular identification of Cadmium induced antifungal protein against Pyricularia oryzae Cav. in rice plant
5Tapaswini Hota2017 01 Biotechnology 2011-2012Prof. G.R Rout Studies on physiological, biochemical and molecular screening of Sesamum for abiotic stress tolerance; a biotechnological approach
6Madhusmita Pradhan2017 01 Life Science 2013-2014Prof. S. MohantyProject Fellow (ICAR)Exploitation of native phosphorous solubilising bacteria (PSB) from acid soils of Odisha as biofertilizer and biocontrol agent against fungal pathogens of groundnut.
7Monica Mishra2015 02 Environmental Science 2012-2013Dr.K.B SatapathyDST- InspireStudies on the exploitation of some selected aquatic weeds in the treatment of waste water and their utilization in vermicomposting
8Sagarika Samantaray2015 06 Environmental Science 2002-2003Prof. R.C MohantyTeacher FellowGrowth and physiological responses of Oryza nivara Sharma and Shastry to chromium stress and development of strategies for protection
9Smaranika Das2015 04 Environmental Science 2002-2003Prof. R.C MohantyTeacher FellowPhotosynthetic and biochemical responses of Vigna mungo L. to nickel stress with reference to tolerance mechanism

Journal Publications :

  • International Publications:
    1. Patra, D., Pradhan, C. and Patra,H.K (2019) Chromium bioaccumulation, oxidative stress metabolism and oil content in lemon grass Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud.) W. Watson grown in chromium rich over burden soil of Sukinda-chromitemine,India.Chemosphere.193:1082-1088. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.chemosphere.2018.11.211 ISSN : 0045-6535 2019-20
    2. Jali, P., Acharya, S., Mahalik, G., Pradhan,C. and Das, A.B (2019) Low dose cadmium (II) induced antifungal activity against blast disease in rice. Physiological and Molecular Plant Pathology. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pmpp.2019.101422. 108 (2019) 101422 2019-20
    3. Rout, J.R., Kerry, G., Panigrahi D., Sahoo, S.L, Pradhan, C.,Ram, S.S.,Chakrobarty A., Mathummal S. (2018) Biochemical, molecular, and elemental profiling of Withania somnifera L.with response to zinc stress. Environmental Science and Pollution Research.DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-018-3926-6 2018-19
    4. 2. Sahu, S.K., Tyagi,B., Pradhan, C. and Beig,G (2019) Evaluating the variability, transport and periodicity of particulate matter over smart city Bhubaneswar, a tropical coastal station of eastern India. SN Applied Sciences. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s42452-019-0427-2. 1:383 2019-20
    5. Patra, D., Pradhan, C. and Patra,H.K (2019) Chelate based Phytoremediation study for attenuation of Chromium toxicity stress using Lemongrass: Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud.) W. Watson. International Journal of Phytoremediation. DOI:10.1080/15226514.2018.1488812. ISSN:15497879, 15226514. 20(13): 1324-1329. 2019-20
    6. Pradhan, M., Lakra,P.B., Sahoo, R.K., Pradhan, C. and Mohanty, S.(2018) Soil microbial biomass phosphorous and phosphatase activity as influenced by application of p solubilizing bacteria in acid soil. Multilogic in Science. ISSN 2277-7601. 35(8): 270-275 2018-19
    7. Pradhan, M., Dhali,S.,Lakra,P.B., Pradhan, C. and Mohanty, S.(2018) Study on P solubilizing efficiencies of native PSB isolates from acid soils of Odisha. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 7(4): 1557-1566 E-ISSN: 2278-4136, P-ISSN: 2349-8234 2018-19
    8. Tripathy, S., Pradhan, C. and Parida, C. (2018) Study of Biodegradation of Luffa Cylindrica/Poly(lactic) Acid Composites. International Journal of Current Research and Review.ISSN: 2231-2196 (Print), ISSN: 0975-5241 (Online). 10(2):1-5 2018-19
    9. Gantayat, S., Mania, S., Pradhan, C. and Das, A.B. (2018) Ionic stress induced Cytotoxic Effect of Cadmium and Nickel Ions on Roots of Allium cepa L. Cytologia 83(2) : 143-148. ISSN:0011-4545. 2018-19
    10. Patra, D., Pradhan, C. and Patra,H.K (2018) An in situ study of growth of Lemongrass Cymbopogon flexuosus (Nees ex Steud.) W.Watson on varying concentration of Chromium (Cr+6) on soil and its bioaccumulation:Perspectives on phytoremediation potential and phytostabilisation of Chromium toxicity. Chemosphere. 193: 793-799. DOI:10.1016/j.chemosphere.2017.11.062. ISSN : 0045-6535 2018-19
    11. Dhal, P., Rout, J.R., Dash, P.K., Panda, S., Pati P, Rath, C.C., Pradhan, C., Sahoo, S.L.(2018) Larvicidal and Pupicidal activity of Clerodendrum philippinum Schauer Leaf Extracts against Anopheles stephensi and Aedes aegypti. Pharmacog Journal 10(6):1137- 42.DOI: 10.5530/pj.2018.6.194. ISSN: 0975-3575. 2018-19
    12. Patra, D., Pradhan, C. and Patra,H.K (2018) Chromium stress impact on Lemongrass grown in Over Burden Soil of Sukinda Chromite Ore Mine (Odisha), India. Annals of Plant sciences. ISSN: 2287-688X 7(8): 2394-2397 2018-19
    13. Jena, P., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H.K.(2018) Chromium phytoaccumulation and tolerance potential of Coffe Pod: Cassia tora (L.) Roxb. grown in chelate and fertilizer assisted soil. Annals of Plant sciences. ISSN: 2287-688X 7(6): 2338-2341 2018-19
    14. Pradhan, C., Routray, D. and Das, A.B. (2017) Silver Nitrate Mediated Oxidative Stress Induced Genotoxicity of Allium cepa L. Cytologia 82(2) : 183-191. ISSN:0011-4545. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1508/cytologia.82.183 2017-18
    15. Acharya, S., Jena,R.C, Das,S.J, Pradhan, C. and Chand, P.K. (2017) Assessment of air pollution tolerance index of some selected road side plants of Bhubaneswar city of Odisha state in India. Journal of Environmental Biology. ISSN: 0254-8704 (Print), ISSN:2394-0379. 38: 1397-1403. DOI: 10.22438 2017-18
    16. Pradhan, M., Sahoo,R.K, Pradhan, C., Tuteja, N and Mohanty,S. (2017) Contribution of native phosphorous-solubilizing bacteria of acid soils on phosphorous acquisition in peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.). Protoplasma. DOI: 10.1007/s00709-017-1112-1 2017-18
    17. Pradhan,M., Pradhan, C. and Mohanty,S. (2017) Effect of P- Solubilizing Bacteria on Microbial Biomass P and Phosphatase Activity in Groundnut (Arachis hypogaea L) Rhizosphere. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences 6(4) : 1240-1260 https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2017.604.152. ISSN: 2319-7706 2017-18
    18. Sethi, B.K, Dikshit, B., Sahoo, S.L, Pradhan, C., Sena, S. and Behera, B.C (2017) Extracellular production of Amylase and Protease by Penicillium purpurogenum BKS9. Bioengineering & Bioscience. 5 (1) : 01-06 DOI : 10.13189/bb.2017.050101 2017-18.
    19. Hota,T., Pradhan, C. and Rout, G.R. (2016) Agromorphological and Molecular Characterization of Sesamum indicum L.– An Oil Seed Crop. American Journal of Plant Science. ISSN (Print): 2158-2750, ISSN (On Line): 2158-2750, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2016.717210. (7): 2399-2411 2016-17
    20. Jena, P., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H.K.(2016) Effects of Chelate-Assisted Chromium (Cr+6) on Growth, and Chromium Bioaccumulation in Paragrass (Brachiaria mutica Forssk.Stapf). Journal of Plant Physiology & Pathology. 4(3):01-05 DOI: 10.4172/2329-955X.1000158 2016-17
    21. Sethi, B.K, Parida, P., Sahoo, S.L, Dikshit, B., Pradhan, C., Sena, S. and Behera, B.C (2016) Extracellular production and characterization of red pigment from Penicillium purpurogenum BKS9. Algerian Journal of Natural Products 4(3): 379-392. ISSN : 2353-0391 2016-17
    22. Pradhan, M., Sahoo, S.K., Mohanty, S. and Pradhan, C. (2016) Isolation of P- solubilizing bacteria from acid soils of Odisha with ability to solubilize inorganic phosphates. International Journal of Microbiology Research: ISSN: 0975-5276, E-4(4): 747-753. ISSN-0975-9174, 2016-17
    23. Jena, P., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H.K.(2016) Cr+6-induced growth, biochemical alterations and Chromium bioaccumulation in Cassia tora (L.) Annals of Plant sciences. : 1368-1373 . ISSN-2287-688X 5(7), 2016-17
    24. Panda, E., Pradhan, C and Das, A.B. (2016) Variations in phytoconstituents and antimicrobial activities in ecotypes of Oxalis corniculata (L.) and Oxalis debilis (Kunth.). International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. ISSN :0975-1491. 8(10) : 270-275 2016-17
    25. Hota,T., Pradhan, C. and Rout, G.R. (2016) Physiological and biochemical characterization of Sesamum germplasm tolerant to NaCl. Journal of Applied Biology and Biotechnology. 4(5): 014-025. DOI 10.7324/JAAB.2016.40503. ISSN : 2455-7005 and e-ISSN: 2347-212X. 2016-17
    26. Jena , P., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H.K.(2016) Effects of Chelate-Assisted Chromium (Cr+6) on Growth, and Chromium Bioaccumulation in Paragrass (Brachiaria muticaStapf). Journal of Plant Physiology & Pathology. 4(4): ( Accepted) DOI: 10.4172/2329-955X.1000158 2016-17
    27. Ghosh,T., Das,A.B.,Jena, B. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Antimicrobial effect of silver zinc oxide (Ag-ZnO) nanocomposite particles. Frontiers in Life Science. DOI:10.1080/21553769. 2013.765811. ISSN: 2155-3769 (Print), 8(1):47-54 2015-16
    28. Das, S., Samantaray, S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015). Photosynthetic response and proline bioaccumulation inblack gram induced by Nickel stress. Discovery. ISSN 2278 – 5469 EISSN 2278 – 5450. 27(97), 36-42. 2015-16
    29. Samantaray, S., Das ,S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Altered Germination Index and Chlorophyll Biosynthesis in Seedlings of Wild Cultivars in Response to Hexavalent Chromium Stress. ISSN 2278 – 5469 EISSN 2278-5450. 27(97), 27-35. 2015-16
    30. Parida, C., Dash, S.K and Pradhan,C. (2015) FTIR and Raman Studies of Cellulose Fibers of Luffa cylindrical. Open Journal of Composite Materials. ISSN: 2164-5612 (Print), 2164-5655 (On line).5:5-10. 2015-16
    31. Parida,C., Pradhan,C., Dash, S.K and Das, S.C. (2015) Dynamic Mechanical Behavior of Luffa cylindrica Fiber-Resorcinol Composites. Open Journal of Composite Materials. ISSN: 2164-5612 (Print), 2164-5655 (On line).5: 22-29. 2015-16
    32. Parida,C., Dash, S.K , Pradhan,C.,and Das, S.C. (2015)Dielectric Response of Luffa Fiber – Reinforced Resorcinol Formaldehyde Composites. American Journal of Materials Science. ISSN: 2162-9382 (Print), 2162-8424 (eISSN) 5(1): 1-8. DOI: 10.5923/j.materials.20150501.01. 2015-16
    33. Mohanty, M., Pradhan, C.and Patra, H. K. (2015) Chromium translocation, concentration and its phytotoxic impacts in invivo grown seedlings of Sesbania sesban Acta Biologica Hungarica. ISSN: 02365383 (Print),1588256 X (Online) DOI:10.1556 / ABiol.66.2015.1.7: 66(1): 80–92. 2015-16
    34. Das, S., Samantaray, S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C.(2015) A Comparative In Vitro Study on Biochemical Alterations in Two Cultivars of Black Gram to Nickel Stress. (InternationalJournal of Science and Research IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064 : 4(1) 2780-2783. 2015-16
    35. Samantaray, S., Das ,S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Antioxidative Enzyme Response and Proline Biosynthesis in Two Cultivars of Indian Wild Rice under Hexavalent Chromium Stress. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064.4(1) 2754-2758. 2015-16
    36. Jali, P., Das, A .B. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Physiological and Biochemical Changess to Low Doses of Cadmium in Two Important Varieties of Oryza sativa of Odisha, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064. 4(3): 928-934. 2015-16
    37. Das, A.B, Das, A., Pradhan, C. and Naskar,S.K (2015) Genotypic variations of ten Indian cultivars of Colocasia esculenta var. antiquorom Schott. Evident by chromosomal and RAPD markers. Caryologia: International Journal of Cytology, Cytosystematics and Cytogenetics, Vol. 68(1), 44-54. DOI- 10.1080/00087114.2015.1013335. ISSN: 0008-7114. 2015-16
    38. Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2014) Phytoconstituent Analysis and Comparative Bioefficacy Assessment of Breadfruit Leaf and Fruit Extracts for Antipathogenic Potentiality. American Journal of Phytomedicine and Clinical Therapeutics. ISSN : 2321-2748. 2(1): 077- 087. 2014-15
    39. Jali, P., Das, A .B. and Pradhan, C. (2014) A Comparative Analysis of Physiological and Biochemical Responses to Low Doses of Cadmium in Two Important Varieties of Oryza sativa of Odisha, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064. 3(12) : 1920-192. 2014-15
    40. Mishra, S., Mohanty, M., Pradhan, C., Patra, H. K., Das, R. and Sahoo, S. L. (2013) Physicochemical assessment of paper mill effluent and its heavy metal remediation using aquatic macrophytes – a case study at JK paper mill, Rayagada, India. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. ISSN: 0167-6369 185(5): 4347-4359. 2013-14
    41. Pradhan, C. Mohanty, M. and Rout, A. (2013) Phytochemical screening and bioefficacy assessment of Artocarpus altilis leaf extracts for antimicrobial activity. Frontiers in Life Science. DOI:10.1080/21553769. 2013.765811. ISSN: 2155-3769 (Print), 2155-3777 (Online). 6(3–4): 71–76. 2013-14
    42. Pradhan, C., Mohanty, M. and Rout, A. (2013) Assessment of the Antibacterial Potential of Breadfruit Leaf extracts against Pathogenic Bacteria. International Journal of Pharmacy. ISSN : 2249-1848. 3(2): 374-379. 2013-14
    43. Pradhan, C., Mohanty, M., Rout, A., Das, A.B., Satapathy K.B. and Patra H.K. (2013) Phytoconstituent screening and comparative assessment of antimicrobial potentiality of Artocarpus altilis fruit extracts. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. ISSN :0975-1491.5(3): 840-843. 2013-14
    44. Swain S.S., Sahu, L., Pal, A., Barik, D., Pradhan, C. and Chand, P.K. (2012) Hairy root cultures of butterfly pea (Clitoria ternatea) : Agrobacterium x plant factors influencing transformation. World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology ISSN: 0959-3993. 28:729–739. 2012-13
    45. Mohanty, P., Rout, J.R., Pradhan C. and Shaoo, S.L. (2013) Morphological and biochemical responses of Aegiceras corniculatum to salinity stress. Journal of Stress Physiology and Biochemistry. ISSN : 1997-08389 (3):366-375. 2013-14
    46. Kanungo S., Pradhan C., Sahoo S.L., Sahu R.K. (2012) Role of auxins in the in vitro rooting and micropropagation of Holarrhena antidysenterica Wall., a woody aromatic medicinal plant, through nodal explants from mature trees. Journal of Medicinal Plant Research. ISSN: 1996-08756(31):4660-4666.DOI10.5897/JMPR12.171. 2012-13
    47. Das, A.B, Jena, S., Pradhan, C. and Chand, P.K. (2011) Genetic variability among male populations of a minor mangrove Excoecaria agallocha as evident by chromosome morphology and DNA markers. The Nucleus ISSN: 0029-568X 54(1):39–47. 2011-12
    48. Pattnaik S., Pradhan C., Naik S. K., Chand P.K. (2000) Shoot Organogenesis and Plant-let Regeneration from Hypocotyl-derived cell suspension of a Tree Legume Dalbergia sissoo In Vitro Cell. Dev. Biol.-Plant ISSN: 1054-5476 .36: 407-411. 2000-01
    49. Pradhan C., Pattnaik s., Dwari M., Chand P. K. (1998) Efficient plant regeneration from cell suspension-derived callus of East Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia). Plant Cell Reports.1 ISSN: 0721-7714. 8:138-142. 1998-99
    50. Pradhan C., Kar S, Pattnaik S. , Chand P. K. (1998) Propagation of Dalbergia sissoothrough in vitro shoot proliferation from cotyledonary nodes. Plant Cell Reports. ISSN: 0721-7714 .18: 122-126. 1998-99
    51. C, Pattnaik . S., Chand , P. K. (1998) Rapid in vitro Propagation of East Indian Rosewood (Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.) trough High Frequency Shoot Proliferation from Cotyledonary Nodes. J. Plant Biochemistry & Biotechnology.ISSN: 0971-7811.7: 61-64. 1998-99.
  • National Publications:
    1. Dalai, D., Sardar, S.S and Pradhan,C. (2019) NaCl Induced Oxidative Stress on Two Different Cultivars of Sunflower (Helianthus annuus L.) International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences ISSN: 2319-7706: 8(8): 2607-2619 2019-20
    2. Samal,A. , Acharya, S. and Pradhan, C. (2019) Biological and toxicological effects of cadmium on Phaseolus vulgaris L. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064. 8(1): 301-306 2019-20
    3. Hota,T., Pradhan, C., and Rout, G.R (2019) Identification of drought tolerant genotypes using enzymatic markers: Indian Journal of Experimental Biology 5: 690-699 2019-20
    4. Satpathy, P. and Pradhan, C. (2018) Mathematical modelling and simulation of a rice straw-based biogas plant. Plant Science Research. ISSN: 0972-8546: 40(1&2):51-55 2018-19
    5. Jali, P., Pradhan, C. and Das, A .B. (2016) Cadmium modulated defense of rice plant against fungal blast (Pyricularia oryzae Cav.) as evident by morphological and physiological changes. Plant Science Research. ISSN: 0972-8546: 38(1&2):19-22 2016-17
    6. Nayak, R., Panda, A.,Pradhan, C., Samanta, L. and Sahoo, S.L. (2015) Characterization of antioxidant potential of Abutilon Indicum and Paederia Foetida L. International Journal of Science, Technology & Management (IJSTM). ISSN (online): 2394-1537 : 4(4) : 95-104. 2015-16
    7. Jagatee, S., Pradhan, C., Dash, P.K.,Sahoo, S.L. and Mohanty, R.C(2015) Optimization for saccharifcation of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) flour for enhanced ethanol production. International Journal of Science, Technology & Management (IJSTM). ISSN (online): 2394-1537: 4(1) : 67-76. 2015-16
    8. Ghosh, T., Pradhan, C., and Das, A.B. (2015) Genotypic response of high-yielding lowland rice varieties of Odisha to cadmium. Plant Science Research. ISSN: 0972-8546: 37(1&2):60-64 2015-16
    9. Jagatee, S., Pradhan, C., Dash, P.K.,Sahoo, S.L. and Mohanty, R.C(2015) Optimization for saccharifcation of sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas L.) flour for enhanced ethanol production. International Journal of Science, Technology & Management (IJSTM). ISSN (online): 2394-1537: 4(1) : 67-76. 2015-16
    10. Das, S., Samantaray, S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015). Photosynthetic response and proline bioaccumulation inblack gram induced by Nickel stress. Discovery. ISSN 2278 – 5469 EISSN 2278 – 5450. 27(97), 36-42. 2015-16
    11. Jali, P., Das, A .B. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Physiological and Biochemical Changess to Low Doses of Cadmium in Two Important Varieties of Oryza sativa L. of Odisha, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064. 4(3): 928-934. 2015-16
    12. Nayak, R., Panda, A.,Pradhan, C., Samanta, L. and Sahoo, S.L. (2015) Characterization of antioxidant potential of Abutilon Indicum L. and Paederia Foetida L. International Journal of Science, Technology & Management (IJSTM). ISSN (online): 2394-1537 : 4(4) : 95-104 2015-16
    13. Samantaray, S., Das ,S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Antioxidative Enzyme Response and Proline Biosynthesis in Two Cultivars of Indian Wild Rice under Hexavalent Chromium Stress. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064.4(1) 2754-2758. 2015-16
    14. Ghosh, T., Pradhan, C., and Das, A.B. (2015) Genotypic response of high-yielding lowland rice varieties of Odisha to cadmium. Plant Science Research. ISSN: 0972-8546: 37(1&2):60-64 2015-16
    15. Samantaray, S., Das ,S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C. (2015) Altered Germination Index and Chlorophyll Biosynthesis in Seedlings of Wild Cultivars in Response to Hexavalent Chromium Stress. Discovery. ISSN 2278 – 5469 EISSN 2278-5450. 27(97), 27-35 2015-16
    16. Das, S., Samantaray, S., Mohanty, R.C., Mohanty, M. and Pradhan, C.(2015) A Comparative In Vitro Study on Biochemical Alterations in Two Cultivars of Black Gram to Nickel Stress. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064 : 4(1) 2780-2783. 2015-16
    17. Mishra, M., Pradhan,C. and Satapathy, K.B. (2014)Decontamination of Lead from aquatic environment by exploitation of floating macrophyte Azolla microphylla Kauf. IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT) ISSN: 2319-2402 (On line), 2319-2399(Print). 8(12): 17-23. 2014-15
    18. Lipsa, Mohanty M., Patra H. K. and Pradhan, C. (2014) Cadmium and chromium induced physiological changes in sesban seedlings. Plant Science Research. 36(1&2): 43-47 2014-15
    19. Jali, P., Das, A .B. and Pradhan, C. (2014) A Comparative Analysis of Physiological and Biochemical Responses to Low Doses of Cadmium in Two Important Varieties of Oryza sativa L. of Odisha, India. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR). ISSN: (Online): 2319-7064. 3(12) : 1920-192 2014-15
    20. Mathan, J., Mohanty, M., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H. K. (2014) Toxicological changes in rice under nickel stress. Biolife. ISSN:2320-4257. 2(1). 2014-15
    21. Nayak J., Mathan J., Mohanty M. and Pradhan C. (2014) An in vitro hydroponic study on Physiological and Biochemical responses of Indian wild Rice to varying doses of Hexavalent Chromium. International Research Journal of Environment Sciences. ISSN 2319–1414. 3(11): 20-28 2014-15
    22. Mathan, J., Mohanty, M., Pradhan, C. and Patra, H. K. (2014) Toxicological changes in rice under nickel stress. Biolife. ISSN:2320-4257. 2(1). 2014-15
    23. Nayak J., Mathan J., Mohanty M. and Pradhan C. (2014) An in vitro hydroponic study on Physiological and Biochemical responses of Indian wild Rice to varying doses of Hexavalent Chromium. International Research Journal of Environment Sciences. ISSN 2319–1414. 3(11): 20-28. 2014-15
    24. Mishra, M., Pradhan,C. and Satapathy, K.B. (2014)Decontamination of Lead from aquatic environment by exploitation of floating macrophyte Azolla microphylla IOSR Journal of Environmental Science, Toxicology and Food Technology (IOSR-JESTFT) ISSN: 2319-2402 (On line), 2319-2399(Print). 8(12): 17-23. 2014-15
    25. Lipsa, Mohanty M., Patra H. K. and Pradhan, C. (2014) Cadmium and chromium induced physiological changes in sesban seedlings. Plant Science Research. 36(1&2): 43-47. 2014-15
    26. Pradhan C., Das A.B (2012) Variation in karyotype and DNA markers in different ecotypes of mangrove associate, Suaeda nudiflora (Willd.) Moq. From Bhitarkanika,Odisha. Plant Science Research. 34:72-78. 2012-13
    27. Swain, S.S., Pal, A., Sahu, L.,Pradhan, C., Barik, D.P., Chand, P.K. (2010) Nutrient-alginate encapsulated nodal explants of butterfly pea (Clitoria ternatea ) as synseeds for germplasm conservation and exchange. Plant Science Research.32:48-55. 2010-11
  • Review Articles(State Level Publications):
    1. Kerry,G.,, Mahapatra,G.P, Patra,S., Sahoo, S.L,Pradhan,C., Padhi, B.K.. and Rout,J.R (2018) Proteomic and genomic responses of plants to nutritional stress. Biometals. ISSN 0966-0844. DOI 10.1007/s10534-018-0083-9. -,
    2. Panda, E., Pradhan, C and Das, A.B. (2017) Phytoconstituents and cytological variability of medicinally important herb Oxalis species occurring in India- a critical review. Plant Science Research. ISSN: 0972-8546. 39(1&2): 47-55. -,
    3. Jali, P., Pradhan,C., Das, A.B. (2016) Effects of Cadmium Toxicity in Plants: A Review Article. Scholars Academic Journal of Biosciences (SAJB). ISSN 2321-6883 (Online),ISSN 2347-9515 (Print) 4(12):1074-1081. DOI: 10.21276/sajb.2016.4.12.3 -,
    4. Pradhan, C.,and Mohanty M. (2015) A Review on Phytochemistry, Bio-Efficacy, Medicinal and Ethno-Pharmaceutical Importance of Artocarpus altilis. International Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Research.3(1): 219-231. ISSN: 2349-7203 -,
    5. Pradhan, C., Rath, J. and Mohanty M.(2013) Quorum sensing. Biohelica. Biohelica. 3 (1&2): 17-22. ISSN: 09765204 -,

Conference Publication(Presented/Published in proceedings):

  • Presented/Published in proceedings
    1. Nayak, B.K., Pradhan, C., Behera N. (2011) Microbiology of Atmosphere at Chlor alkali Plant Site, Ganjam, Orissa. Biotechnology and Stress Management. H.K.Patra,(Ed),pp141-148.
    2. Mohanty, M.K., Singh, C. and Pradhan, C. (2011) Microalgae as a prospect of biodiesel Proceedings of the National Seminar on “Biofuel : its promises and prospects in fuel security” (BIPAP-2011). 24th February, 2011 at P.G. Dept. of Environmental Science, Fakir Mohan University, Balasore, Odisha pp.29-33.
    3. Pradhan C.: Plant tissue culture to combat stress for enhanced food production. Biotechnology and Stress Management. H.K.Patra,(Ed),pp 15-30 (2012).
    4. Hota, T., Pradhan, C. (2016) Screening of Sesamum germplasms for Salinity Stress. Plant Genomics and Biotechnology, Challenges and Opportunities in 21st Century. K. C Samal and G.R Rout (Ed), pp 157-172.

Papers presented in conferences, seminars, workshops, symposia:

Sl.No.Title of the Paper PresentedTitle of conference/
seminar
Date of the EventOrganized By
1Nutrient-Alginate Encapsulated Nodal Explants of Butterfly Pea (Clitoria ternatea L.) as Synseeds for Germplasm Conservation and Exchange.10th Orissa Bigyan CongressNovember4-5,2006O.U.A.T & Orissa Environmental Society
2The present and future of Biodiversity Conservation34th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & UGC sponsored National SeminarDecember26-27, 2009Banki Autonomous
College, Banki
3Nutrient-Alginate Encapsulated.......... Conservation and Exchange.35th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical SocietyDecember29-30,2010Department of Botany, Christ College, Cuttack
4Plant Biotechnology and Enhanced Food ProductionU.G.C Sponsored National Seminar on India needs another green revolution to avert imminent food crisisNovember 13-14, 2011Department of Botany Chitalo Mahavidyalaya, Jajpur, Odisha
5Role of PGPR in Bioremediation of Contaminated SoilNational Seminar on “Trends in microbial bioremediation of contaminated soil”September 24-25, 2011O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
6Role of auxins..........matures trees36th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical SocietyDecember28-29, 2011Department of Botany,Talcher Autonomous College, Talcher
7Phytochemical Screening........Antimicrobial ActivityNational Seminar on “Utilization of Microbes for Sustainable Develpoment”.December14-15, 2012O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
8Carcinogenic.............. on Allium cepa L.37th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & P. Parija Memorial National Conference on Recent Advances in Plant Biotechnology.December22-23, 2012Ravenshaw University, Cuttack
9Genetic variation of ............... RAPD markers99th Indian Science CongressJanuary 3-7, 2012KIIT University, Bhubaneswar
10Toxicological changes in Rice under Nickel Sterss.101th Indian Science CongressFebruary3-7, 2014University of Jammu
11Phytoconstituent analysis and antimicrobial bioefficacy assessment of Atrocarpus altilis: A comparative study for leaf and fruit extract.7th annual Convention of ABAP & International Conference on Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Medicine & Human HealthOctober 18-20, 2013Department of Genetics, University of Delhi, South Campus, New Delhi
12Antimicrobial effect ..............nano-composite particles.National Seminar on “ Exploitation of Microbes for Social Welfare”.December25, 2013O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
13Toxicological changes in rice under nickel stress38th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Conservation and Utilization of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants through Biotechnological Approaches.February 23-24, 2014Department of Botany U.N Autonomous College of Sc. & Tech., Adaspur, Cuttack
14Morpho-biometric changes and biochemical alternations in sesban as a strategy for phytoremediation of heavy metal stressNational Conference on Plant Physiology “ Frontiers of Plant Physiology Research: Food Security and Environmental Challenges”.November23-25, 2014Department of Plant Physiology,O.U.A.T,Bhubaneswar in association with Indian Society for Plant Physiology, Nwe Delhi.
15Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial potential of the Bark Extract of Adenanthera pavoniana L.National Conference on “ Biodiversity Assessment , Monitoring and Conservation: Application of Biotechnological Tools & 39th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society.February 22-23, 2015Regional Plant Resource Centre. Bhubaneswar

Invited Lectures:

Sl.No.Title of the Paper PresentedTitle of conference/seminarDate of the EventOrganized By
1Molecular Markers for hybridity testingDepartmentmental Seminar09/02/2012R.D Women’s Autonomous College, Bhubaneswar
2DNA- Finger PrintingUGC Sponsored Seminar05/03/2012Nayagarh Autonomous College, Nayagarh
3Aspect of Plant BiotechnologyDepartmentmental Seminar08/01/2013Rajsunakhala College, Rajsunakhala
4Molecular markersAnnual Departmentmental Seminar11/01/2013S. B Women’s College, Cuttack
5Transgenic PlantsCollege Seminar08/11/2013Banki Autonomous College, Banki
6Evolutionary trends among PteridophytesUniversity Guest Lecture02/08/2014 & 03/08/2014North Orissa University, Baripada
7Application of Biotechnology in MedicineResource Person in In-service Training Programme19/06/2015DAV Public School Unit-8, Bhubaneswar
  • Edited Books :
  • Text Books :
  • Book Chapters :
    1. Biswasi,S.P, Mohanty, M., Pradhan,C.and Satapathy, K.B. (2014) Phytoremediation of Aqueous Solutions Contaminated with Nickel (Ni) by Exploitation of Azolla microphylla Kaulf &Salvinia molesta Mitchell: A Novel Bioseparation Process for Waste Water Treatment. Industrial and Environmental Biotechnology.Pramanik, K. and Patra, J.K. (Eds.). 289-298.
    2. Pradhan, C. and Mohanty, M. (2013)Submergence stress tolerance in crop plants. In: Molecular Stress Physiology of Plants, Rout, Gyana Ranjan; Das, Anath Bandhu (Eds.). 430 pp. ISBN 978-81-322-0806-8. DOI 10.1007/978-81-322-0807-5_14. pp. 331-357.
    3. Rout, G.R. and Pradhan, C. (2012) Somatic embryogenesis and its application. Plant tissueculture: Totipotency to transgenic. H.P. Sharma,(Ed).pp57-78.
    4. Dhali, S. and Pradhan, C. (2017) Chromium Induced Toxicity on Physiological and Biochemical Parameters of Horse Gram [Macrotyloma uniflorum (L.) Verdc.] var. Madhu. Bio prospecting in Life Sciences. Rajendra Das (Eds). ISBN:
  • Research Books :
  • Workshops:
  • Seminars:
    1. As keynote speaker, Impact of Environment on Health State level Seminar on Health and Environment April 04, 2018 Centre for Environment Studies and State ENVIS HUB Forest and Environment Department, Govt. of Odisha in association with Hi-Tech Group of institutions.
    2. Application of Biotechnology in Biodicersity Conservation State level Seminar on Biodiversity and its Conservation February 24-25, 2018 P.G Department of Botany, Dhenkanal Autonomous College, Dhenkanal
    3. Sensitivity of Allium cepa L. towards cobalt induced heavy metal toxicity. National Conference on Bioprospecting in Life Science Research for Human Welfare & 41st Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society December 24-26, 2016 School of Life Science, Sambalpur University
    4. Cadmium modulated defense of rice plant against fungal blast (Pyricularia oryzaeCav.) as evident by morphological and physiological changes National Seminar on ‘Role of plants in mitigation of environmental stress’ March 31, 2016 P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University
    5. A comparative study on phytoconstituents and antimicrobial activities of Oxalis corniculata L. and Oxalis debilis Kunth, 40th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society February 9-10, 2016 P. G Department of Bioresourses and Biotechnology and P.G Department of Environmental Science. F.M University, Balasore
    6. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial potential of the Bark Extract of Adenanthera pavoniana L. National Conference on “ Biodiversity Assessment , Monitoring and Conservation: Application of Biotechnological Tools & 39th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society. February 22-23, 2015 Regional Plant Resource Centre. Bhubaneswar
    7. Morpho-biometric changes and biochemical alternations in sesban as a strategy for phytoremediation of heavy metal stress National Conference on Plant Physiology “ Frontiers of Plant Physiology Research: Food Security and Environmental Challenges”. November23-25, 2014 Department of Plant Physiology,O.U.A.T,Bhubaneswar in association with Indian Society for Plant Physiology, Nwe Delhi.
    8. Toxicological changes in rice under nickel stress 38th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & UGC Sponsored National Seminar on Conservation and Utilization of Medicinal & Aromatic Plants through Biotechnological Approaches. February 23-24, 2014 Department of Botany U.N Autonomous College of Sc. & Tech., Adaspur, Cuttack
    9. Toxicological changes in Rice under Nickel Sterss. 101th Indian Science Congress February3-7, 2014 University of Jammu
    10. Antimicrobial effect …………..nano-composite particles. National Seminar on “ Exploitation of Microbes for Social Welfare”. December25, 2013 O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
    11. Phytoconstituent analysis and antimicrobial bioefficacy assessment of Atrocarpus altilis: A comparative study for leaf and fruit extract. 7th annual Convention of ABAP & International Conference on Plant Biotechnology, Molecular Medicine & Human Health October 18-20, 2013 Department of Genetics, University of Delhi, South Campus, New Delhi
    12. Carcinogenic………….. on Allium cepa L. 37th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & P. Parija Memorial National Conference on Recent Advances in Plant Biotechnology. December22-23, 2012 Ravenshaw University, Cuttack
    13. Phytochemical Screening……..Antimicrobial Activity National Seminar on “Utilization of Microbes for Sustainable Develpoment”. December14-15, 2012 O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
    14. Genetic variation of …………… RAPD markers 99th Indian Science Congress January 3-7, 2012 KIIT University, Bhubaneswar
    15. Role of auxins……….matures trees 36th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society December28-29, 2011 Department of Botany,Talcher Autonomous College, Talcher
    16. Plant Biotechnology and Enhanced Food Production U.G.C Sponsored National Seminar on India needs another green revolution to avert imminent food crisis November 13-14, 2011 Department of Botany Chitalo Mahavidyalaya, Jajpur, Odisha
    17. Role of PGPR in Bioremediation of Contaminated Soil National Seminar on “Trends in microbial bioremediation of contaminated soil” September 24-25, 2011 O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswar
    18. Nutrient-Alginate Encapsulated………. Conservation and Exchange. 35th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society December29-30,2010 Department of Botany, Christ College, Cuttack
    19. The present and future of Biodiversity Conservation 34th Annual Conference of Orissa Botanical Society & UGC sponsored National Seminar December26-27, 2009 Banki Autonomous College, Banki
    20. Nutrient-Alginate Encapsulated Nodal Explants of Butterfly Pea (Clitoria ternatea L.) as Synseeds for Germplasm Conservation and Exchange. 10th Orissa Bigyan Congress November4-5,2006 O.U.A.T & Orissa Environmental Society
  • Qualified CSIR (NET) in1999.
  • Received Govt. Merit Scholarships at class III, V and VII. Also received National Merit Scholarship in 10th class, +2 science, +3 Science and in M.Sc.
  • President scout award at 9th class in 1988.
  • First prize for short poem competition and recipients of awards in various competitions like elocution, debate, quiz and song.
  • Seminar Secretary of Parijatak, during M.Sc. study in 1996.
  • Award of DBT-JRF in 1996.
  • Best Seminar Presentation Award, ParijatakSeminar,P.G. Dept. of Botany, Utkal University, 1996.
  • B.K. Nanda Memorial award for best poster presentation at Annual Conference of OBS, 1998.
  • First prize for short poem competition and recipients of awards in various competitions like elocution, debate, quiz and song.
  • Qualified CSIR (NET) in1999
  • B.K. Nanda Memorial award for best poster presentation at Annual Conference of OBS, 1998
  • Received Govt. Merit Scholarships at class III, V and VII. Also received National Merit Scholarship in 10th class,+2 science, +3 Science and in M.Sc
  • Seminar Secretary of Parijatak, during M.Sc. study in 1996
  • Best Seminar Presentation Award, ParijatakSeminar,P.G. Dept. of Botany, Utkal University, 1996
  • Award of DBT-JRF in 1996
  • President scout award at 9th class in 1988
  • Teaching:
    1. Refresher Course on “Geospatial Technologies” Under Natural Resourses Data Management System (NRDMS) of DST, Govt. of India, New Delhi 21 Days P.G Department of Zoology, Utkal University
    2. Refresher Course on “Geospatial Technologies” Under Natural Resourses Data Management System (NRDMS) of DST, Govt. of India, New Delhi 21 Days P.G Department of Zoology, Utkal University
    3. Faculty Development Programme, Academic Staff College, Utkal University 7 Days Academic Staff College, Utkal University
    4. Saksham-IT Champion Training Program 11 Days P.G Department of Computer Science, Utkal University and Microsoft
    5. Refresher Course on Agricultural Science, Academic Staff College, Utkal University 21 Days P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University
    6. Orientation Programme in the subject Human Values in Education, Academic Staff College, Utkal University 28 Days Academic Staff College, Utkal University.
  • Important Activities:
    1. Life member of Indian Science Congress Association
    2. Life member of Society of Biological Chemist, IISc., Bangalore
    3. Life member of Orissa Botanical Society
    4. Life member of Old Student Association, P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University
    5. Member of Orissa Environmental Society.
  • Research Projects Undertaken:
    1. Evaluation of bio degradability of bio-composite using PLA and natural fibers DST, Govt. Of Odisha 2017-2020 8.01
    2. Genome characterization of Banana / Plantain genetic resources of north eastern region and their utilization in multicentre planning for commercial improvement. DBT, Govt. of India (DBT-NER/AGRI/33/2016 (Group-I) dt.22/03/2018 2018-2021 25.73
    3. Flora and Fauna Diversity in the Manoharpur Coal block of Sundergarh District of Odisha Orissa Power Generation Corporation (OPGC) 1st September 2012 to 30th November’ 2012
    4. Study of flora and Fauna diversity in the captive coal block Utkal B2in Talcher Coal field, Orissa Monnet Ispat and Energy Ltd., Anugul, Odisha 1st November 2012 to 30th April’ 2013
    5. Biodiversity study on coal mine area at chitahpur in Lathar district of Jharkhand Corporate Ispat Alloys Ltd. Abhijeet Groups, Jharkhand 16th August 2012
    6. Molecular screening of Mung bean (Vigna radiate (L) wilczek UGC, Govt. Of India 2013-2016.
  • Invited Lectures:
    1. Molecular Markers for hybridity testing Departmentmental Seminar 09/02/2012 R.D Women’s Autonomous College, Bhubaneswar
    2. DNA- Finger Printing UGC Sponsored Seminar 05/03/2012 Nayagarh Autonomous College, Nayagarh
    3. Aspect of Plant Biotechnology Departmentmental Seminar 08/01/2013 Rajsunakhala College, Rajsunakhala
    4. Aspect of Plant Biotechnology Departmentmental Seminar 08/01/2013 Rajsunakhala College, Rajsunakhala
    5. Molecular markers Annual Departmentmental Seminar 11/01/2013 S. B Women’s College, Cuttack
    6. Transgenic Plants College Seminar 08/11/2013 Banki Autonomous College, Banki
    7. Transgenic Plants College Seminar 08/11/2013 Banki Autonomous College, Banki
    8. Transgenic Plants College Seminar 08/11/2013 Banki Autonomous College, Banki
    9. Application of Biotechnology in Medicine Resource Person in In-service Training Programme 19/06/2015 DAV Public School Unit-8, Bhubaneswar
    10. DNA Poly Morphism, DNA Finger Printing Resource Person in In-service Training Programme 16/05/2018 DAV Public School Unit-8, Bhubaneswar
    11. Parataxonomy Resource Person 12/12/2018 Centre for Environmental Studies, Govt. of Odisha
    12. Environment and stress Physiology Guest-Resource person in CSS officers training programme 04/01/019 Gopabandhu Academy of Administration, govt. of Odisha.
  • Administrative/Executive experience:
    1. College of Basic Science & Humanities, OUAT, Bhubaneswar. NSS Programme Officer Term basis Coordinating camps and social activities 2004-2010 6 yrs.
    2. P.G Unit, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. NSS Programme Officer Term basis Coordinating camps and social activities 2010-2012 2 yrs.
    3. P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University Secretary Teacher’s Council Committee Term basis Conducting teacher council meeting in the department 2010-2015 5 yrs.
    4. M.Sc. Applied Microbiology, P.G Dept.of Botany, Utkal University Associate Course-coordinator Term basis Coordinating academic, administrativeand research activities in the department 2011-2015 4 yrs.
    5. P.G Department of Microbiology, Utkal University Member in Subject Research committee for Botany, Microbiology & Environmental Science Term basis Coordinating academic, administrative and research activities in the department 2015- Continuing 5 yrs.
    6. Utkal University,V.N Autonomous College , Jajpur, Odisha Member in board of studies in Botany Term basis Evaluation of research activities 2011-2014 3 yrs.
    7. Orissa Botanical Society Treasurer Term basis Coordinating annual day meeting, budget preparation of the societyt 2011-2017 6 yrs.
    8. Old Student Association , P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University Local Secretary Term basis Coordinating annual day meeting, budget preparation of the societyt 2010-2016 6 yrs.
    9. NSS Bureau, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar. Programme Coordinator Term basis Coordinating camps and social activities 2012-2014 2 yrs.
    10. Utkal University Director, Student’s Welfare Term basis Regulating & Coordinating Welfare activities of the Students. 2014-2019 5 yrs
    11. NISER, Bhubaneswar External Member in Ph.D. Evaluation committee Term basis Regulating and conducting PhD related maters 2014-2019 5 yrs
    12. Utkal University Head of the Department, P.G Department of Botany Term basis Academic and Administrative activities of the Department. 2017- Continuing 3yr
    13. Utkal University Course Coordinator, Environmental Science Term basis Academic and Administrative activities of the Department. 2017- Continuing 3yr
    14. Orissa Botanical Society Secretary Term basis Coordinating annual day meeting and publication of journal 2017- Continuing 2yr
    15. Center for Environmental Studies, Forest and Environment Department, Govt. of Odisha Member, Research Advisory Committee Term basis Coordinating and Regulating research related issues 2017- continuing 2yr
    16. Utkal University Development Officer Term basis Regulating & Coordinating Developmental activities of the University 2018- Continuing 1yr
    17. Utkal University Course Coordinator, Applied Microbiology Term basis Academic and Administrative activities of the Department. 2019- Continuing.
  • Conference organized as Organizing Secretary:
    1. Convener, National Seminar National conference on Biotechnological intervention for environmental stress management in plants and microbes & 42 nd annual conference OBS (21 & 22 January,2018) . P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar-751004
    2. Organising Secretary, Skilled based Work-Shop (November,2015) . P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar-751004
    3. Organising Secretary, National Seminar “Biotechnological Approaches For Conservation And Utilization of Medicinal And Aromatic Plants”( 25th March,2014) . P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar-751004
    4. Organising Secretary, National Seminar DRS-III Role of plants in mitigation of Environmental Stress ( 31st March,2016) . P.G Department of Botany, Utkal University, Vani Vihar, Bhubaneswar-751004.
  • Assistant Professor in Botany, College of Basic science & Humanities, O.U.A.T, Bhubaneswae-751003(Govt. of Odisa): (27th September2002 to 30th April-2010).
  • Lecturer in Botany, P.G. Department of Botany, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar-751004: 30th April 2010 to 21th September 2015.
  • 21th September 2015 Joined as Reader in Botany, P.G. Department of Botany, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar-751004: Continuing in the same post till date.
  • P. G. Teaching Experience in M. Sc. Applied Microbiology and M.Sc Environmental Science Deptt. of Botany, Utkal University from April 2010
  • M. Phil. (Botany) on dissertation topic entitled “Optimization of Parameters Influencing Agrobacterium-Mediated Genetic Transformation of Dalbergia sisoo Roxb., A timber yielding Tree Legume “: One year (1998- 1999).
  • Junior Research Fellow on project by DBT, Govt. of India, : Three years (1996 to 1999).
  • Ph.D. (Botany) on the topic “Plant Regeneration from Tissue and Cell Culture and Agrobacterium-mediated Genetic Transformation of Dalbergia species “: Four years (1997- 2001).Continuing Research in the field of Phytoremediation, Heavy Metal Stress and Plant Biotechnology.
  • Continuing guiding students in M.Sc, M.Phil and Ph. D level as well as P.I of different extra mural funded research projects.