Name: Dr. Veena M A.
Designation: Associate Professor
Qualifications: M.Sc, Ph.D
PhD, Chemistry, 2009, Mysore University
MSc, Chemistry, 1998, Mysore University.
B.Sc, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, 1996, Mysore University..
Specialization: Inorganic Chemistry
Teaching experience: 19 years.
Contact Mobile number: 9886581221
Area of research: Pharmaceutical Analysis.
Spectrophotometric determination of some phenothiazine drugs using chloramine-T-iodine-starch.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. Journal of analytical chemistry, (2008) 63 (2). pp. 140-144.
A Sensitive Spectrophotometric Determination of Ritodrine, Pentazocine, Isoxsuprine Hydrochlorides and Amoxicillin in Pure and Pharmaceutical Samples.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. E-Journal of chemistry, (2008) 5 (1). pp. 100-106.
Sensitive Spectrophotometric Methods for the Determination of Ascorbic Acid.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. E-Journal of chemistry, (2008) 5 (1). pp. 10-15.
Facile and validated spectrophotometric methods for the determination of ascorbic acid.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. Bulgarian chemical communications, (2008) 40 (2). pp. 104-108.
Highly sensitive spectrophotometric methods for the determination of olanzapine.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. Ecletica Quimica, (2008) 33 (3, Cop). pp. 47-52. ISSN 0100-4670
Spectrophotometric determination of mosapride in pure and pharmaceutical preparations.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. Ecletica Quimica, (2007) 32 (4, Cop). pp. 71-75. ISSN 0100-4670
Sensitive spectrophotometric determination of metoclopramide hydrochloride and dapsone in bulk sample and dosage forms.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. ScienceAsia, (2006) 32 (3, Cop). pp. 319-321. ISSN 1513-1874
Application of oxidative condensation reactions for the estimation of ritodrine and pentazocine hydrochlorides in pure sample and dosage forms.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. and Manju, B. and Kiran Kumar, T. N. Oxidation communications, (2004) 27 (1). pp. 211-216.
Assay of some chemotherapeutic agents by visible spectrophotometry.
Revanasiddappa, H. D. and Veena, M. A. and Manju, B. and Kiran Kumar, T. N. Bulgarian Chemical Communications, (2003) 35 (4, Cop). pp. 235-241. ISSN 0324-1130
Name: Mr. SURESHA.N
Designation: Assisstant Professor
Qualifications: M.Sc., M.Phil., B.Ed., (Ph.D.)
(Ph.D) – Pursuing Ph.D., in Visveswaraya Technological University
M.Phil – Chemistry, Alagappa University, Tamilnadu, 2007
M.Sc. – Physical Chemistry, Mysore University, Mysore, 1997
B.Ed.- Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics, 1998
B.Sc.- Chemistry, Physics & Mathematics, 1995.
Specialization: Physical Chemistry
Teaching experience: 18 years.
Contact Mobile number: 9902362606
Title of research: “Catalyzed oxidation kinetics of some drug molecules: A Mechanistic Investigation”
Area of research: Kinetics and Mechanism
Research details: Presently working to study the kinetic modelling, mechanistic behavior, elucidate thermodynamic parameters, isokinetic relationship, liner free energy relationship, catalytic efficiency of platinum group metal ions for the facile oxidation of many drug molecules by sodium-N-metallo-N-haloaryl sulphonamides.
Mechanistic Investigation of oxidation of Atenolol by sodium-N-chloro-p-toluenesulfonamide in alkaline medium: A kinetic approach.
J. Ind. Chem. Soci. 82 (2005) 1. N.Suresha, Puttaswamy* and R.V. Jagadeesh
Oxidation of Vanillin and related compounds by sodium-N-chloro-p-toluenesulfonamide in acid medium: A kinetic and mechanistic approach.
Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal-organic and Nano-metal Chemistry, 35 (2005) 845. N. Suresha and Puttaswamy*.
Kinetics and Mechanism of Ru(III) catalyzed and uncatalyzed oxidation of atenolol by chloramine-T in perchloric acid medium.
Ind. J. Chem: A, : 47A, 2008. 1649-1655. N. Suresha and Puttaswamy*
Ruthenium(III) catalyzed and uncatalyzed oxidation of pregabalin by acidic chloramine-T: Kinetic and mechanistic approach.
Int. Res. J. Pharm. 2017, 8 (8), 62-69. N Suresha & Kalyan Raj
Oxidation of taurine by sodium-N-bromo-p-toluenesulfonamide catalyzed by Ru(III) and Os(IV) in acid and alkaline medium: A comparative kinetic and mechanistic study, Poster presented in Symposium on Fundamentals of drug discovery Process: Industrial Perspective, held at BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore, on 05/08/2016.
Ruthenium(III) catalyzed and uncatalyzed oxidation of pregabalin by acidic chloramine-T: Kinetic and mechanistic approach, Poster presented in One day international symposium on science and Technology, held at Dept. of chemistry, JSS Science and Technology university, Mysore, on 27-12-2017.
Name: Dr. PRAKASHA K. C.
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualifications: M. Sc, M. Phil., Ph.D.
PhD, Chemistry, University of Mysore, Mysore (2012)
M. Phil., Chemistry, Periyar University, Salem (2007)
MSc, Chemistry, University of Mysore, Mysore (2005)
BSc, PCM, University of Mysore, Mysore (2003).
Specialization: Organic Chemistry
Contact Mobile number: 9844495907
Area of research: Medicinal Chemistry, Organic Synthesis & Advanced Materials.
Teaching experience: 07 years.
Research experience: 02 years: DBT-Post Doctoral Research Associate at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore during 2012-14. Guiding 03 Ph.D., students under VTU, Belagavi.
Awards: UGC-Research Fellowships in Science for Meritorious Students, UGC, New Delhi
Junior and Senior Research Fellowships Lady Tata Memorial Trust, Mumbai.
Research publications: 12 Publications.
Name: Dr. VENKATESHA
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualifications: M. Sc, Ph.D.
Qualified in UGC-KSLET, 2017
PhD, Chemistry, 2017, Visvesvaraya Technological University (VTU)
MSc, Chemistry, 2011, Bangalore University
BSc, Chemistry, 2008, Mysore University
Specialization: Organic Chemistry and Catalysis
Contact Mobile number: 9901003120
Area of research: Heterogeneous catalysis and Nano materials.
Experience: CSIR- NET teaching for 02 years and 04 years experience in M.Sc Organic chemistry, Catalysis and Spectroscopy
Details of research:
Qualified Ph.D. in Heterogeneous catalysis, offering 07 years rich experience in conducting high quality scientific research assignments such as synthesis and in-depth characterization of catalytic materials such as zeolites, clays and metal oxides and their activity for acid-base catalyzed reactions, alkylation, acylation, heterocyclics synthesis, glycerol valorization, hydrogen production and biomass transformations.
His research contributed 01 Indian patent, 12 research articles, published in international journals, with Average Impact Factor of 4.5 per journal and Scopus h-Index of 6 and publications are cited 65 times from last three years, he also professional body member for The International Zeolite Association (IZA) and Catalysis Society of India (CSI).
He has reviewed several number of international publications from the publishers such as Elsevier, American chemical society, Springer, Royal society of chemistry and Bentham sciences.
Received best reviewer of the year 2017 from Microporous and mesoporous material journal from Elsevier publisher.
Best oral presentation award in 2015, KSTA conference Bengaluru.
Research Publications and patent:
Nanoparticulate silica-clay B2VJ solid acid catalyst with exceptional thermal stability.
Citric acid-assisted synthesis of nanoparticle copper catalyst supported on oxide system for the reduction of furfural to furfuryl alcohol in the vapor phase.
Venkatesha* and S. Ramesh,
Ind & Eng. Chem. Res, 2018, 57, 1506-1515.
Template free synthesis of Ni-Pervoskite: an efficient catalyst for hydrogen production by steam reforming of Bio-glycerol.
S. Ramesh and Venkatesha*
ACS Sustainable chem and Eng, 2017, 5, 1339-1346.
Sulphated zirconia supported on cordenite honeycomb monolith for effective synthesis of solketal from acetalisation of glycerol with acetone.
V. T. Vasantha, Venkatesha, S.Z.M. Shamshuddin, B. G. V. Reddy, J.Q. D’Souza. Chemistry Select, 2017, 3, 602-608.
Synergistic effect of bronsted and Lewis acid amounts on one pot synthesis of aminoxazole by propargylation and cycloisomerization.
Venkatesha*, Chemistry Select, 2017, 2, 6062-6069.
Volume accessibility of acid sites in modified montmorillonite and triacetin selectivity in acetylation of glycerol.
Venkatesha*, Y. S. Bhat, B. S. Jaiprakash
RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 45819-45828.
Dealunminated BEA zeolite for selective synthesis of five membered cyclic acetal from glyecrol under ambient conditions.
Venkatesha*, Y.S. Bhat, B. S. Jai Prakash,
RSC Advances, 2016, 6, 18824-1833.
Reusability of zeolites and modified clays for alkylation of cyclohexanol a contrast study.
Venkatesha, Y.S. Bhat, B. S. Jai Prakash
RSC Advances, 2015, 5, 69348-6935.
Manifestation of zeolitic pore characteristics of modified montmorillonite in oxazole synthesis by propargylation and cycloisomerization reactions.
Venkatesha, Y.S. Bhat, B. S. Jai Prakash
Applied Catalysis A, 2015, 496, 51-57.
The active site accessibility aspect of montmorillonite for ketone yield in ester rearrangement.
Venkatesha, B.S. Jai Prakash, Y.S. Bhat
Catalysis Science & Technology, 2015, 5, 1629-1637.
Active and deactive modes of modified montmorillonite in p-cresol acylation.
Venkatesha, B.M. Chandrashekara, B.S. Jai Prakash, Y.S. Bhat
Journal of Molecular Catalysis, A, 2014, 392,181-187.
Green synthesis of cyclic imides by amidation and cyclisation using bronsted-Lewis acidic montmorillonite clays.
Venkatesha*, Chemistry Select, 2016, 1, 1225-1231.
Microwave assisted synthesis of highly crystalline nano CaO from waste egg shells-A low temperature record activity in glycerol carbonate.
H. Bhagyalakshmi, M. Veerabhadraswamy, Venkatesha*
Journal of Ultra Chemistry, 2018, 14,115-125
Clay based super thermostable nanoparticle ceramics materials by simple chemical modification.
Presented at national conference, CAMSA-2018, ISRO satellite center, Bengaluru, India 2018
Cu-Supported nanoparticulate Silica-Clay for hydrogenalysis of glycerol.
Presented at national conference, CATSYMP-23, Bengaluru, India. 2018.
Reaction rate controlled by volume accessibility of active sites for glycerol acetins using modified clays and zeolites.
Presented at 17th National Catalysis workshop, CSIR IICT, Hyderabad, India 2016.
Clay based super thermally stable solid acid nanoparticles
Presented at International conference, Bangalore India Nano-8, Bangalore, India. 2016.
Role of microporosity of montmorillonite in ester to ketone rearrangement.
Presented at National conference, CATSYMP-22, CSIR-CSMCRI Bhavnagar Gujarat, India. 2015
Fries rearrangement with p-TSA treated montmorillonite clay; enhanced activity and generation of microporous regions.
Presented at 15th International Clay Conference, Brazil. 2013
Microwave induced deactivation free catalytic activity of of p-TSA treated clay catalyst in acylation reaction.
Presented at CATSYMP-21, CSIR IICT, Hyderabad, India 2013.
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