DBS (PG) College Dehradun, Uttarakhand

Dr. Ajay Kumar Srivastava

Email ajay_k_srivastava@rediffmail.c
Contact No. 9450121211
Qualification M.Sc. CSIR-NET,Ph.D
Designation Assistant Professor
Experience 5 Year

Work experience:

Worked as Lecturer-Chemistry, in D.S.N. (P.G.) College, Unnao, since 27 September 2006 to12 December 2013, teaching Graduate and Post-Graduate classes.

Joined D.B.S.(PG) College, Dehradun on 14 December 2013 as Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry.

Research Experience/Training:

During Ph.D., undergone training on “Extraction of organochlorine pesticides from water, serum, tissue samples and their quantitative analysis by using gas chromatography-Electron capture detector (GC- ECD)”; at Industrial Toxicology Research Center, Lucknow.

Seminars and Conferences and Publications:

·        Paper “Removal of phenol from aqueous solution using Okra mucilage”  selected for presentation in 99 Indian Science Congress annual conference of year 2012 at Bhubaneshwar.

·        Determination of persistent organo chlorine residues in a commercial fresh water cat fish by GLC and study of their accumulation pattern.

Ajay srivastava, J.S. gaur & P.K. bajpai.

J. of Environ. Science &Engg. Vol.54, No.1 P 21-26. January 2012.

·        Paper “Cloning and characterization of genes producing specific enzymes for degradation of nitrotoluenes”   selected for presentation in 100 Indian Science Congress annual conference of year 2013 at Kolkata.

·        Invited as a key note speaker in an international conference in Bali (Indonesia) , organised by international academy of science, technology, engineering and management (IASTEM) on environmental science in March 2016. Got travel support grant from UCOST to attend the conference.

·        Invited as key note speaker in a national seminar on “ Emerging Dimensions of Environmental Issues” at Saraswati Mahila (PG) College, Kanpur on 6 and 7 January 2017. Honored with memento and honorarium.

·        Determination of persistent organochlorine residues in a commercial fresh water cat fish by GLC and study of their accumulation pattern.”     

Paper published in “Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering” the official journal of NEERI (Nagpur) in Jan. 2012. 

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