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M.Sc. Microbiology

What is this Programme about?

M.Sc. in Microbiology is a 2-year postgraduate programme, which deals with more detailed and advanced study of the microorganisms, including microbial cellular processes, their harmful and beneficial aspects, microbes for human welfare, molecular details of microbial cells and develops knowledge and understanding for applying it for societal benefits which may include sectors such as healthcare, agriculture, soil and environment, food processing, pharmaceutical etc. The objective of this programme is to produce intellectual and proficient microbiologists by enhancing the abilities and skills of students for application of microbiology theories and expertise in the live problems faced by the industry. The programme is divided across 4 semesters, of six months each, and the basic eligibility criteria for applying to the programme is graduate qualification in the biological science stream with a minimum of 45% completed from a recognized educational board.

 

How this Programme Benefit you & your Career?

Microbiology is one of the multi disciplinary fields with great demand in various applications in the field of research and development. Pursuing this programme the students may opt for higher studies like M. Phil, and PhD which will improve the chances for better jobs. Besides, a post graduate in Microbiology may avail jobs in various fields like in the Research and Development Industry as a JRF, as a Microbiologist in Public health department, in Agricultural Industry focussing on the health of crops, as a Microbial Ecologists, in Food and Dairy Industries, Pharmaceutical Industries, Education Sector, Laboratories, Beverage Industries, Chemical Industries and Cosmetic Industries.

 

Research:

  1. Research area: Medicinal Plants

         Use of microbes in Bioremediation

         Fermented food products

         Medical Microbiology

         Microbial Ecology

         Microbes in Human Welfare

         Environmental and Agricultural Microbiology

Research topics:

  1. A comparative study and identification of pathogenic bacteria in water samples from the hospital in urban, Shillong and rural health center Thangsning
  2. A study of the microorganism involve in rice wine (Jou bishi) made by Bodo tribals of Assam
  3. Bacteriological analysis of chicken, pork and mutton meat of retail markets in Guwahti
  4. Antimicrobial activity of certain medicinal plants found in Manipur
  5. A study on isolation and identification of microorganisms from the traditionally fermented soyabean of Manipur
  6. Comparative study of Houttuynia cordata and Hedyotis scandens and its antibacterial activity
  7. Microbial contamination of lake water at Borjhar, Guwahati
  8. Studies on isolation and identification of antibiotic producing bacteria from the compost samples of Guwahati
  9. A study on extraction process of passion fruit juice of Manipur and isolation and identification of common contaminants of passion fruit juice.
  10. Antagonistic property and plant growth promoting ability of rhizobia associated with certain leguminous plant found in Manipur
  11. Identification of various pathogen causing UTI in females residing in Shillong
  12. Isolation and identification of bacterial pathogens sample collected from different location at Assam state zoo and Guwahati Goshala and their pattern of antibiotic sensitivity
  13. Quality assurance test of milk from different areas of Guwahati
  14. Microbiological analysis of street food across Guwahati and safety measurement
  15. A study of phytochemical and antimicrobial activity of Dillenia pentagyna
  16. A study on bacterial pathogen causing secondary infection in patients suffering from tuberculosis and their pattern of antibiotic sensitivity
  17. A study on Phytochemical & Antimicrobial activity of Psidium guajava, Syzygium cumini, Aegle marmelos and Mangifera indica plant extract against certain bacterial pathogens.
  18. A study on comparison of green tea extract alone and in combination with ginger, cardamom, black pepper, cinnamon on bacteria causing respiratory and gastrointestinal infection. 
  19. Effect of Cynodon dactylon and Bryophyllum pinnatum against bacteria causing UTI in elderly female and a comparative study of their antibiotic properties
  20. In vitro antimicrobial activities of Murraya koenigii, Psidium guajava and Centella asiatica individually and in combination against selected test organism
  21. Comparative study of antimicrobial activity of oil extract from Citrus grandis, Citrus aurantifolia and Citrus  lemon
  22. Effect of different nitrogen sources on pigement production by  Epicoccum nigrum
  23. Isolation and characterization of antibiotic producing bacteria from soil samples from Rani reserve forest and to study their antibacterial activity against specific pathogenic bacteria
  24. Activity of betel leaf extract against bacteria isolated from oral region
  25. Green synthesis of silver nanoparticles of  Colocasia esculenta and Colocasia fontanesii and a comparative study of the antibacterial effect on opportunistic skin flora
  26. Optimization of carbon source for pigment production by Epicoccum nigrum
  27. Phytochemical screening and thin layer chromatographic studies of Flemingia vestita root extract and its properties against Enterobacteriaceae       
  28. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activities of  Adhatoda vasica, Leucas aspera and Cinnamomum tamala individually and in combination
  29. A study on effects certain plant extracts in biofilm formation of Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  30. Isolation and identificati Isolation of microorganisms for effective degradation of Potato and Radish peel on of heavy metal reducing microorganisms collected from sewage water of jewellery shops
  31. Study of yeast and molds from Bodo and Miri fermented rice beverage
  32. Lactic acid fermentation of seasonal vegetable
  33. A comparative study on the antioxidant activity of aqueous and methanolic stem extract of Amaranthus spinosus
  34. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of Musa paradisiacal (Banana leaves) extract against bacteria causing Respiratory Tract Infection
  35. Isolation of microbes from different types of paper waste
  36. Isolation of micro flora from degrading Paddy straw
  37. Isolation of Yeast and mold from Bodo and Karbi rice beverage
  38. Isolation of bacteria and fungi from Poultry waste and fruit peels
  39. A study on the antioxidant activity of methanolic root extract of Amaranthus spinosus and its antimicrobial effect against microorganisms causing skin infection
  40. Phytochemical analysis of aqueous and methanolic leaf extract of Parkia roxburghii and its antimicrobial activity against Enterobacteriaceae
  41. A comparative study on the antioxidant activity of Silymarin and methanolic leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus
  42. Preparation of beverage from joha rice
  43. A study of phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of Leucas aspera against Escherichia coli
  44. A study of antimicrobial and phytochemical analysis of the leaves of Euphorbia antiquorum against Escherichia coli
  45. Invitro Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial actaivity of plant  Psidium guajava against E.coli
  46. In vitro phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of plant Saraca asoca leaf extract against E.coli and S.aureus
  47. A study on Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of leaves of Mikania micrantha against Escherichia coli
  48. Isolation and characterization of bacteria and fungi from home made cigarette and bidi
  49. Comparative study of methods used to detect the presence of Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
  50. A study of phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of  Nyctanthes arbor- tristis leaves against Escherichia coli
  51. In vitro lipid peroxidation assay of the stem extract of Amaranthus spinosus and isolation of compound from the most potent extract
  52. Preparation of beverage from sticky rice (Oryza sativa var. glutinosa)
  53. Preparation of beverage from black rice (Oryza sativa L var. glutinosa), Meghalaya
  54. Qualitative analysis of phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of leaf extract of Eupatorium odoratum against S. aureus and E. coli.
  55. Invitro anti lipid peroxidation activity of leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus and isolation of the compounds from the most potent extract.
  56. In vitro Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of Coriander sativum seeds against E.coli
  57. Phytochemical screening and antimicrobial activity of leaf extracts of  Portulaca orelaceae against S. aureus  and E.coli
  58. Isolation, identification and antibiotic sensitivity profile of bacteria isolated from food vendors at Guwahati market, Assam
  59. Isolation, characterization and antibiotic sensitivity profile of bacteria isolated from organic waste at Guwahati region, Assam.
  60. A study of phytochemical and antimicrobial activities of Clerodendrum colebrookianum leaves against E.coli bacteria
  61. Preparation of beverage from red rice of Nagaland
  62. Production of citric acid from Aspergillus niger using cheese whey as substrate
  63. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activitiy of Trigonella foenum graecum extract against E.coli.
  64. A study of Antimicrobial and phytochemical analysis of the leaves of Paederia foetida Linn. against E.coli
  65. Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial activity of the leaves of Murraya koenigii against Escherichia coli
  66. Production of citric acid from Aspergillus niger using milk whey as substrate
  67. Invitro lipid peroxidation inhibition assay of the root extract of Amaranthus spinosus
  68. Isolation, characterization and antibiotic sensitivity profile of bacteria from pig farms of Guwahati region.
  69. Observational study on antagonistic action of pharmaceutical probiotics on Klebsiella spp. in urinary tract and gut health

Publications:

 

  1. Sangita Boro & Manash Pratim Sarma (2016); Helicobacter Pylori and Steps for its Elimination: A Review; Global Journal of Medical Research: 16(4); 30-36
  2. Sangita Boro, Bhriganka Bharadwaj, B.G. Unni (2016); Prickly Amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus Linn.): a Review on Phytochemistry and Pharmacological Activities; American Journal of Pharmtech research; 6(5); 81-92
  3. Rahnam Berceroy Jyrwa, Sangita Boro, Bhriganka Bharadwaj (2017); Flemingia vestita- A review on the unexplored plant from the North East India; World journal of pharmaceutical and Life sciences;  3(1); 650-658
  4. Jayashree Majumdar, Sangita Boro, Bhriganka Bharadwaj and Balagopalan Unni (2017); Phytochemical analysis and isolation of compounds from methanolic leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus and its antimicrobial effect against Staphylococcus aureus; World journal of pharmaceutical and Life sciences; 3(7); 100-103
  5. Avra Pratim Chowdhury, Shaikh Bokhtear Uddin, Sangita Boro, Raja Chakraborty (2018);  A Review on Home Yard Medicinal Plants Commonly Used in Diabetic Treatment; Advances in Nutrition and Food Science; ANAFS-102.   Vol1
  6. Avra Pratim Chowdhury, Raunak Raj Singh, Bhriganka Bharadwaj, Moni P. Bhuyan, Swarga Jyoti (2019); Qualitative Assessment on Isolated Tartar forming bacteria from dental caries by pattern of screening, assembling and antibiotic sensitivity; Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science; pg(140-157), February 2019; Vol7; Issue1
  7. Jogesh Sarma, Bhriganka Bharadwaj, Chandramika Kalita; Isolation of Antibiotic Producing Bacteria from Soil Samples Collected from a Biodiversity Hotspot of North East India. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review andResearch,2019;57(2):76-81
  8. Avra Pratim Chowdhury, Bhanu Priya Sharma, Bhriganka Bharadwaj, Lakshmi Rupa Das and Moni. P. Bhuyan; Comparative Studies on Phytochemical Components and Curd Probiotics against Escherichia coli and Klebsiella sp. in In Vitro Analysis; International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences 20199(2): 218-230
  9. Moitrayee Devi , Arnabjyoti Deva Sarma. Isolation of yeast and mold from Bodo and Karbi rice beverages .  International Journal of Scientific Research , 2018 ; 7(12):584-588
  10. Moitrayee Devi , Arnabjyoti Deva Sarma. Gambogic acid (GA): A Metabolite with promising therapeutic potential. Journal of Applied Science and Computations , 2019 ;6(2):1917-1935
  11. Arnabjyoti Deva Sarma ,Moitrayee Devi. Physical therapy  for hirayama disease: Is the evidence bending towards or away from flexion. Indian Journal of Applied Research , 2019 ; 9(2) : 1-2
  12. Arnabjyoti Deva Sarma, Moitrayee Devi. A comparative evaluation of USG & MRCP in patients of obstructive jaundice and assess their role as a useful diagnostic tool & correlate the USG & MRCP findings with operative / FNAC / histopathological / ERCP findings / therapeutic follow up wherever performed. Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research , 2019 ; 6(1): 213-234
  13. Moitrayee Devi , Arnabjyoti Deva Sarma. Clinical aspects of α- Amylase: Evidences and Parenthesis. Journal of applied Science and computations,2019;6(6):2201-2215
  14. Mon Prasad Sarma, Moitrayee Devi. Isolation, Identification and Antibiotic Sensitivity Test of bacteria associated with guava (Psidium guajava) sold in local market of Guwahati. Journal of applied Science and computations,2019;6(6):2349-2360
  15. Nayak M, Nayak R, Ngulom L. Activity of betel leaf extract against bacteria causing dental caries. J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2016;5(87):6454-6460
  16. Manabendra Nayak, Rahul Nayak, Lukpu Ngulom.2016, Comparative Study of Betel Leaf Extract Against Standard Antibiotics Against Bacteria Causing Dental Caries. International Journal of Recent Scientific Res. 7(11), pp. 14200-14205.
  17. Manabendra Nayak, Chabukswar SandipVithalrao, Rahul Nayak. 2016, Pattern of Lipid Profile Changes In Patients Suffering With Chronic Liver Disease. Int J Recent Sci Res. 7(11), pp. 14349-14355.
  18. Manabendra Nayak, NishantAnubhaw, Rahul Nayak. Incidence of hepatic encephalopathy in cirrhosis of liver. International Journal of Contemporary Medical Research 2016;3(12):3528-3532.
  19. Nayak M, Nayak R. Cutaneous manifestation of cardiovascular, renal and malignant diseases (Review Article). J. Evolution Med. Dent. Sci. 2017;6(1):62-66
  20. Manabendra Nayak, BhaskarJyotiHazarika, Rahul Nayak. 2016, Clinical Study of Prevalence of Patients with Ischemic Heart Disease In Presence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Int J Recent Sci Res. 7(12), pp. 14947-14951.
  21. Manabendra Nayak,Govardhan D. Gupta, Rahul Nayak. 2017, clinical study of essential hypertension with reference to lipid profile. International Journal of Medical Research and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Volume 4 (Issue 3): 26-34.

D. Conference/ Seminar organized

  1. Organized National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  2. Organized National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam

 

Programme Contents:

SEMESTER I

CODE

NAME

HRS/WEEK

CREDIT

SEM-END

IA

TOTAL

MMB-101

General Microbiology and Microbial Physiology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-102

Biochemistry

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-103

Microbial Genetics

3

4

60

40

100

MMB-104

Environmental Microbiology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-111

Practical Paper I - General Microbiology & Environmental Microbiology

6

3

30

20

50

MMB-112

Practical Paper II – Biochemistry & Microbial Genetics

6

3

30

20

50

TOTAL

27

22

300

200

500

SEMESTER II

MMB-201

Bioinstrumentation & Biophysical Chemistry

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-202

Immunology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-203

Bioinformatics, Biostatistics and Research Methodology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-204

Molecular Biology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-205

Recombinant DNA Technology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-211

Practical Paper III : Immunology & Bioinformatics

6

3

30

20

50

MMB-212

Practical Paper IV : Bioinstrumentation, Molecular  Biology and RDT

6

3

30

20

50

MMB-001

GENERIC ELECTIVE - Public health and hygiene

3

3

60

40

100

 

32

26

360

240

600

 

 

 

SEMESTER III

MMB-301

Medical Bacteriology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-302

Medical Virology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-303

Medical Mycology and Parasitology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-304

Food and Dairy Microbiology

4

4

60

40

100

MMB-311

Practical Paper V : Medical Microbiology

6

3

30

20

50

MMB-312

Practical Paper VI : Food & Dairy Microbiology

6

3

30

20

50

MMB-001

GENERIC ELECTIVE - Public health and hygiene

3

3

60

40

100

TOTAL

31

25

360

240

600

SEMESTER IV

MMB-401

Fermentation and Industrial Microbiology

3

4

60

40

100

MMB-402

Soil and Agricultural Microbiology

3

4

60

40

100

MMB-411

Practical Paper VII: Fermentation and Industrial Microbiology

3

3

30

20

50

MMB-412

Practical Paper VIII: Soil & Agricultural Microbiology

3

3

30

20

50

MMB-421

Project Work

20

10

50

150

200

TOTAL

32

24

230

270

500

 

Achievement:

  1. Programme achievement

Student Achievements

  1. Miss Jutima Baruah had secured the 2nd best position amongst all the UG students of the University for the academic year 2019-20.
  2. Students of B.Sc. 6th sem had participated in the 7th International Convention organised by SPICMACAY at JNU, New Delhi from 3rd June to 9th June 2019.
  3. Students of B.Sc. 4th sem  had participated in the Annual mega science fest of Tezpur University, Inscignis 2020 and acquired hands on training in Spectroscopy at the event.
  4. Rahnam Berceroy Jyrwa had presented a poster on “Phytochemical screening, thin layer chromatographic studies and antimicrobial activity of Flemingia vestita root extract” at National Conference on Emerging Trends in the Area of Biosciences (NC-ETAB)- Organized by Department of Life Science, Assam Don Bosco University, Tapesia Gardens, Sonapur, Assam (April 9th, 2018).
  5. Jayashree Majumdar presented a poster on “Comparative study of the antioxidant activity of stem and root extract of Amaranthus spinosus” at National Conference on Ethno-Medicine and Traditional Health practices in Northeast Region of India organized by NIPER- Guwahati is association with SFE (25th August, 2018). (pg 56)
  6. Pitambar Borah presented a poster on “Study on the invitro lipid peroxidation of the stem and root extracts of Amaranthus spinosus” at National Conference on Ethno-Medicine and Traditional Health practices in Northeast Region of India organized by NIPER- Guwahati is association with SFE (25th August, 2018) (pg73)
  7. Shrutika Shrabarna Kataky delivered an oral presentation on “Prevalence of secondary infections in diabetic patients and their pattern of antibiotic sensitivity testing in an urban hospital of Guwahati city” in the conference “Assam Microcon 2018” held at Dibrugarh Medical College (pg 59)
  8. Avra Pratim Chowdhury and Bhanupriya Sarma presented a poster on “Comparative Studies on Phytochemical Components and Curd Probiotics against Escherichia coli and Klebsiella spp. in Invitro Analysis” at “Assam Botany Congress (ABC-01) and International Conference on Plant Science, 4-6 February, 2019” held at Gauhati University, Guwahati Assam.
  9. Raunak Raj Singh delivered an Oral presentation on “Qualitative Assessment on Isolated tartar forming bacteria from dental caries by pattern of screening, assembling and antibiotic sensitivity at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam.
  10. Dhritismita Deka presented a poster on presentation on “Nutritional Assessment of selected fermented food of North east India and the effect of Microbial Toxicity against beneficial probiotics of the selected fermented foods) at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam.
  11. Shishir Suman Das presented a poster on “Comparative study of the different cow dung extract and  cow urine  against human pathogens” at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  12. Sunayana Baishya, Dubori Devi and Deepjyoti Das presented a poster  on “Comparative study of  the leaf extracts from the plant Thevetia  peruviana and Ocimum tenuiflorum” at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  13. The following students of M.Sc. Microbiology 2nd sem had won 1st prize in oral presentation.

Name of the Student

Topic of Oral presentation

Conference

Organiser

Puja Rajbongshi

Plant product(s) as natural sterilants of cloths used during Menstrual cycle for improving women hygiene

“National conference on Bioexploration for Human welfare – An integrative approach”.

 

Dates: 8-9 Nov 2019

Faculty of Science, Assam down town University

Angana Khataniar

Jutima Baruah

14. Sumi Das presented a poster on the topic “Microbial Contamination on selected traditionally fermented alcoholic beverages from different tribes of Assam” at the 27th Indian Convention of Food Scientists and Technologists held at Tezpur University, Tezpur, Assam on 30th January2020-1st January2020.

15. Students from the department had participated in a two day’s workshop called BT-STAR from 25th April-26th 2019 April on “Molecular Diagostics: A PCR Based Approach” conducted by Dr. KPC Life Sciences Pvt. Ltd at Assam down town University.

16. Jutima Baruah represented Assam down town University at College ke Tashanbaaz Season 4 organised by Red Fm.

17. Jutima Baruah, Angana Khataniar and Puja Rajbongshi represented Assam down town University at College ke Tashanbaaz Season 5 organised by Red Fm.

18. Jutima Baruah, Puja Rajbongshi and Angana Khataniar represented Assam down town University for a television show “Swaraj” by NEWS-18.

19.Jutima Baruah was the winner of “Families and Climate Action” Theme representation on International Day of Families 2020.

20. Angana Khataniar and Jutima Baruah secured the 2nd position in the classical group dance competition held at the AdtU Varsity Week 2017.

21. Angana Khataniar and Jutima Baruah secured the 1st  position in the folk group dance competition held at the AdtU Varsity Week 2018.

22. Puja Rajbongshi and Jutima Baruah secured the 3rd position in the folk group dance competition held at the AdtU Varsity Week 2019.

23. Angana Khataniar, Puja Rajbongshi and Jutima Baruah secured the 2nd  position in the group dance competition held at the AdtU Varsity Week 2020.

24. Angana Khataniar Secured 1st prize in classical dance as well as Folk Dance competition  in the Annual College Fest Attitude 2018.

25. Angana Khataniar Secured 3rd  prize in classical dance competition in the Annual College Fest Attitude 2019.

26. Hirakjyoti Pawe and Jintumoni Das from BMB 2nd sem represented Assam down town University in the cricket team for the KBM Inter College Cricket Tournament 2020 and achieved the Winner’s Trophy.

27. Hirakjyoti Pawe was awarded the trophy of Man of the Match for two matches in the KBM Inter College Cricket Tournament 2020.

28. Tushar Tarat, Manisha Chirania and Debanshi Sinha of BMB 2nd sem secured 2nd position in the Quiz Competition held at the AdtU Varsity Week 2020.

Conference Attended-

Bhriganka Bharadwaj

  1. Participated in the seminar “Recent Advances in Health Sciences” organised by AdtU sponsored by All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) held on 21st March 2015.
  2. Oral presentation on “Secondary respiratory tract infection in Tuberculosis patients in selected areas of North East India” at 57th International annual Conference of the Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI-2016) Jointly organized by Gauhati University and Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology, Guwahati. (24th November – 27th November) 2016
  3. Oral presentation on “Isolation and characterization of bacteria with antibacterial activity from soil samples of Rani reserve forest and their antibacterial activity against specific pathogenic bacteria” at “National Conference on Drug Discovery from Natural Products and their Traditional Uses- Organized by Department of Applied Biology, USTM, Meghalaya (23rd March – 24th March) 2018”.
  4. Participated in “National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam.
  5. Participated in AdtU Pharmacon 2019, the National seminar organized by the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, AdtU, on the theme "Advancement in Heathcare Management: Traditional knowledge to Contemporary Drug Technology" on 29th - 30th March 2019.
  6. Participated in workshop on Augmenting Writing Skills for Articulating Research organised by AWSAR DST Program on July 2019.
  7. Participated in the National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam

Rahul Nayak

  1. Participated in National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  2. Participated in National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam

Sushree Sangita Senapati

  1. Participated in National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  2. Participated in National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam.

Sangita Boro

  1. Participated in the seminar “Recent Advances in Health Sciences” organised by AdtU sponsored by All India Survey on Higher Education (AISHE) held on 21st March 2015.
  2. Poster presentation on “Isolation of compounds from methanolic leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus and its antimicrobial effect against Staphylococcus aureus” at 57th International annual Conference of the Association of Microbiologists of India (AMI-2016) Jointly organized by Gauhati University and Institute of Advanced Study in Science and Technology,  Guwahati. (24th November – 27th November) 2016
  3. Poster presentation on “Antimicrobial activity of the methanolic leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus and a comparative analysis of its antioxidant activity against a standard drug Silymarin” at “National Conference on Drug Discovery from Natural Products and their Traditional Uses- Organized by Department of Applied Biology, USTM, Meghalaya (23rd March – 24th March) 2018”.
  4. Oral presentation on “Study on the antioxidant profile of the leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus” at National Conference on Ethno-Medicine and Traditional Health practices in Northeast Region of India organized by NIPER- Guwahati is association with SFE (25th August, 2018). (pg 28)
  5. Oral presentation on “Antioxidant profile and antimicrobial activity of the leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus” at “National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam.
  6. Participated in workshop on Augmenting Writing Skills for Articulating Research organised by AWSAR DST Program on July 2019.
  7. Oral presentation on “GC-MS Analysis of Bioactive Compounds in leaf extract of Amaranthus spinosus (Linn) at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam

Kiran Telenga

  1. Participated in National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  2. Participated in National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam

Moitrayee Devi

  1.  Poster  presentation on “Isolation of different yeast from starter culture  of  two fermented beverage starter cake, Assam” at National Seminar on Integrated Approach in Zoological Research & Biennial Conference of Zoological Society of Assam  on 30th and 31th March , 2017 organized by Department of Zoology , Gauhati University , Assam, India in association with zoological society of Assam.
  2. Poster presentation on “Diagnostic Reference Levels for CT (Computed Tomography) Coronary Angiography, in Guwahati Assam:  Optimising Radiation Protection” at National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  3. Participated in National Conference on “Bio-exploration for Human Welfare- An Integrative Approach” on 8th – 9th November 2019 organized by Faculty of Science, Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with IASST, Guwahati and SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam
  4. Participated in National Conference on Translational Drug Discovery: Current Trends and Future Interventions (TDDCTFI)” on 10th – 11th November 2018 organized by Assam downtown University, Guwahati, Assam in association with  SBC (India) North East Chapter, Jorhat Assam and TIC, Tocklai Assam

 

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