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Vision Statement

Strive for understanding the diversified facets of plant science motivating young talents and society to unravel the prime role of plants in evolution and synergy of nature.

MISSION STATEMENT

Committed to achieve the academic excellence and promote research towards strengthening the students’ competence to fetch more and more opportunities in the field of plant science for better understanding of biodiversity and conservation strategies to sustain the life on mother earth.

AIM OF THE DEPARTMENT

  1. To achieve academic excellence in basic and applied aspects of plant sciences.
  2. To impart basic and advanced education to students through teaching, learning, research and evaluation.
  3. To motivate the students to undertake research in basic and applied thrust areas of plant sciences.
  4. To inculcate scientific awareness towards protecting diversity and Eco-environmental management of plant resources for sustainable development.
  5. To inspire the students towards better understanding and use of IT/Computer oriented interphase.

TEACHING FACULTY 

  • Dr. S.R. Manik, M.Sc. (Botany), Ph.D.

Professor and Head
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Research Field: Palaeobotany, Medicinal Plants and Cytogenetics.

  • Dr. J.A. Tidke, M.Sc. (Botany), Ph.D, M.Phil., B.Ed.

Reader
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Research Field: Palynology, Pollination Ecology, Aerobiology, Pollen Allergy, Pollen Biotechnology, Bioinformatics.

  • Dr. V.N. Nathar, M.Sc. (Botany), Ph.D.

Lecturer (Selection Grade)
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 vnat_ytl@rediffmail.com
Research Field: Cytogenetics, Molecular Biology, Phytochemistry

  • Dr. P.A. Gawande, M.Sc. (Botany), Ph.D.

Lecturer
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prashantagawande157@india.com
prashantagawande@yahoo.co.in
Research Field: Plant Molecular Biology

COURSES

M.Sc Part I Botany (Semester I)

THEORY

Paper I           Cell Biology, Cytology and Genetics
Paper II          Resource Utilization and Conservation
Paper III         Biology and diversity of Algae and Bryophytes
Paper IV         Plant Development and Reproduction

PRACTICAL

Practical I        Cell Biology, Cytology and Genetics and Resource Utilization and Conservation
Practical II       Biology and diversity of Algae and Bryophytes and Plant Development and Reproduction

M. Sc Part I Botany (Semester II)

THEORY

Paper V           Cytogenetic and Molecular Biology
Paper VI          Biology and Diversity of Microbes and Fungi
Paper VII         Plant Physiology
Paper VIII        Plant Metabolism

PRACTICAL

Practical III      Cytogenetic, Molecular Biology, Biology and Diversity of Microbes and Fungi
Practical IV      Plant Physiology and Plant Metabolism

M. Sc Part II Botany (Semester III)

THEORY

Paper IX          Biology and Diversity of Pteridophytes and Gymnosperms
Paper X           Taxonomy of Angiosperms
Paper XI          Plant Tissue Culture I (Elective)
Paper XII         Plant Tissue Culture II (Elective)
Paper XI          Bioinformatics I (Elective)
Paper XII         Bioinformatics II (Elective)
Paper XI          Reproductive Biology of Angiosperms I (Elective)
Paper XII         Reproductive Biology of Angiosperms II (Elective)

PRACTICAL

Practical V       Pteridophyta, Gymnosperms and Taxonomy of Angiosperms
Practical VI      Plant Tissue Culture (Elective)
Practical VI      Bioinformatics (Elective)
Practical VI      Reproductive Biology of Angiosperms (Elective)

M. Sc Part II Botany (Semester IV)

THEORY

Paper XIII        Plant Ecology
Paper XIV        Environmental Ecology
Paper XV         Plant Biotechnology
Paper XVI        Genetic Engineering

PRACTICAL

Practical VII      Plant Ecology, Environmental Ecology, Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering
Practical VIII     Project Work

(During the tenure of the course, every student has to take-up project based on their syllabus for successful completion of course).

The Department of provides basic as well as advanced research facilities for P.G. students and Ph.D researchers. The department is recognized for Pollination Ecology, Pollen Biology, Bioinformatics, Paleobotany and Molecular Biology.

AREA OF RESEARCH

Pollen Biology, Cytogenetics, Plant Molecular Biology, Plant Tissue Culture, Chemotaxonomy, Ethnobotany, Bioinformatics, Taxonomy of lower plants and Ecology: 

1.

Ph.D. Awarded to students

14

2.

Ph.D. thesis submitted students

03

3.

Students Registered for Ph.D. Degree

12

4.

Research Paper Published in National/ International Journals

22

5.

Research Paper presented in conferences/workshops/Seminar etc. (with co-author)

41

6.

M.Sc/M.Phil. Dissertations/ Projects supervised

13

 

Ph.D. AWARDED STUDENTS

Sr.No.

Name of Student

Topic of Thesis

1.

Mr. A.K. Pedhekar

Cytotaxonomical evaluation of some wild relatives of the genus Vigna from Vidarbha and their compatibility studies.

2.

Ku.  Rita O. Dharamkar

Floral Biology and Pollination Ecology of Some Ornamental  Seasonals.

3.

Ku. U.R. Kokate

Investigations on diversity of non-flowering vascular plants in Melghat forest District Amravati.

4.

Mr.D.M. Ratnaparkhi

A community ecological study in Melghat forest with emphasis is on ecotourism.

5.

Mr. K.D. Jadhav

Investigation on some morphotaxonomical and Phytochemical evaluation of ethnomedicinal plants.

6.

Mr. S.B. Thorat

Investigation on Reproductive Ecology and in-vitro regeneration of some red listed medicinal plants.

7.

Mr. A. S. Dahat

Insect Pollination in Some Important Crop Plants.

8.

Ku. S.B. Pund

Aeroplynological Studies of Amravati (M.S.)

9.

Ku. P.P. Ulhe

Seed morphological Micropropagation studies of some medicinal plants.

10.

Ku. U.G. Malode

Structural investigations of some of the ethnomedicinal plants from Amravati District.

11.

Ku. U.R. Raulkar

Studies on Phytochemical analysis and antimicrobial properties of some herbal plants used by tribal of Melghat, District, Amravati.

12.

Mr. K. W. Pawar

In-Vitro propagation and conservation of some threatened medicinal and aromatic plants in Melghat Tiger Reserve M.S.

13.

Mr. V. P. Deshmukh

Study of Biodiversity among Terminalia species by using molecular tools from Melghat Tiger Reserve M.S.

14.

Mr. P. M. Kahate

Cytological screening of some micropropagated threaten medicinal plants of Melghat Tiger Reserve,M.S. and their conservation.

15.

Mr. P.A. Gawande

Study of Biodiversity among Dioscorea species by using molecular tools from Melghat Tiger Reserve M.S.

Students Presently Registered for Ph.D Degree:

Sr.No

Name of Student

Topic

Date of Registration

1.

Mr. J. P. Baxi

Ethnobotanical and Pharmacognostic studies in the Flora of Washim District.

15/01/2002

2.

Mrs. P. B. Shende

In-Vitro propagation of some threatened Ethnomedicinally important tuberous and Rhizomatous Plant species of Melghat Tiger Reserve M.S.

15/01/2003

3.

Mr. S. S. Jadhav

Phytopathological studies of Forest Plants of Yavatmal.

26/08/2004

4.

Mr. V.S. Undal

Development and Applications of molecular marker for the Assessment of Diversity in some wild and cultivated species of Vigna in Melghat Tiger Reserve, M.S.

15/01/2006

5.

Mr. S. S. Nagarkar

Pollen spectrum of honey and its bio-chemical and morphological characterization

15/07/2006

6.

Ku.V.N.Bondre

Studies in Bioactive constituents and in-vitro Propagation in Semecarpus anacardium L.

15/07/2006

7.

Ku. S. A. Kukade

Investigations on pollen-pistil interaction

15/07/2007

8.

Ku. V. S. Dhoran

Cytological characterisation and banding studies in Aasparagus L.

15/07/2007

9.

Ku. S. P. Gudadhe

Cytological Studies with special emphasis on banding patterns in Chlorophytum Ker -Gwal.

15/07/2007

10.

Mr. S. S. Rokade

Extraction antigenicity and computational analysis of allergic pollen proteins

15/07/2008

11.

Mr. P. J. Kale

Management of wild pollination for higher crop yield

15/07/2008

12.

Mr. P. J. Gadge

Investigation on characterization of species of Plumbago using molecular marker

15/01/2008

Research papers published in Referred Journals:

  1. Rathod Varsha and Chaudhari U. S. 2004. Ethnobotany of some potential psychoactive plants of Melghat forest in Amravati District of Maharashtra. The Journal of swami Botanical club. 21(1 & 2) :23-26.
  2. Deshmukh VP, Thakare PV, Chaudhari US, Gawande PA. 2007. A simple method for isolation of genomic DNA from fresh and dry leaves of Terminalia arjuna (Roxb.) Wight and Arnot. Electronic J Biotechnol 3: 468-472
  3. R.R Sriwastava ,Patil,G.V.,Gawande,  A.K., Manik,S.R. 2004. The genus Araucarites from Upper Gondwana succession (early Cretaceous) of Bairam – Belkher.area, Dist.Amravati, Maharashtra and Dist.Betul,MP. Palaeobotanist. 53: 91-95.
  4. Patil U.S., Manik,S.R. and Pachkhede,A.U. 2004. Morphotaxonomic authentication of Ethnomedicinal Plants from Amravati District MS. J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. 1 (2): 118-126.
  5. Pochhi,D.U.,Patil,U.S.,Manik,S.R. 2004. Karyotype studies in two species of Cassia. J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. 1(2): 167-171.
  6. Srivastava, A.K, Manik, S.R. and Gawande, R.R. 2007. Diversity of Gymnospermous plant remains from Upper Gondwana sediments of Bairam–Belkher area District Amravati Maharashtra and District Betul Madhya Pradesh with remarks on stratigraphic age and paleoclimate. Phytomorphology. 57 (3 & 4): 153-163.
  7. Tidke, J.A. and S.G.Gawande (2005). Pollination ecology of Lagerstroemia speciosa Pers. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture 23(1-4): 55-59.
  8. Tidke, J.A. (2005). Pollination ecology of Crotalaria serisea Retz. J. Indian Botanical Society 84:80-84.
  9. Dahat, A.S. and J.A. Tidke (2005). Crop pollination, diversity, behaviour and role of insect pollinators in Gossypium hirsutum L. and Cajanus cajan L.     Proc. ICPSBC-05 :197-200.
  10. Tidke, J.A. and R.O. Dharamkar (2006).  A study on some aspects of the pollination biology of winter ornamental plant.  Advances in Pollen-Spore Research XXIV: 117-127.
  11. Tidke, J.A. and R.O. Dharamkar (2006). Pollination ecology of some seasonal ornamental plants. Advances in Pollen-Spore Research XXIV: 129-139.
  12. Dahat, A.S., J.A.Tidke and P.J. Kale(2006). Flowering phenology and insect  pollination in Brassica campestris L. J. Comp. Toxicol. Physiol.
  13. Pund, S.B., J.A.Tidke and P.J. Kale  (2006). Preliminary observation on  aeromicrobiota at Amravati City (M.S.). J. Comp. Toxicol. Physiol.
  14. Tidke, J.A. and Pund S.A. 2007. Preliminary observations on aeromicrobiota at Amravati city (M.S.). J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. 4 (I-II): 69– 74.
  15. Tidke J.A., Dahat A.S. and KaleP.J. 2007. Flowering phenology and insect pollination in Brassica campestris L. and Sesamum indicum L. J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. 4 (I-II): 85 – 89.
  16. Gomase V.S. and Tidke J.A. (2008). Prediction of antigenic MHC binders of Calreticulin protein from Parthenium argentatum.International Journal of Bioinformatics.1 (1):37-44.
  17. E.V.Upadhye,J.A.Tidke and G.V.Patil (2008). A petrified female strobilus from Mohgaonkalan, Madhya Pradesh, India. The Palaeobotanist 57: xxx-xxx.
  18. Nathar V.N. ,S.R.Manik, J.A.Tidke D.M.Kaley, and U.S.Chaudhari. 2005. Biochemical Changes Affected by Boron on Growth and Development of Solanum tuberosum. J.Comp.Toxicol.Physiol. 2(I,II): 18-27.
  19. Nathar,V.N. 2004 . Nullisomic – Trisomic in Coix – lacryma- jobi. The Nucleus. 47 (4): 55-58.
  20. Nathar,V.N. 2004. Hexuple trisomics in Coix lacryma-jobi. Research journal, Amravati University. 2: 64-66.
  21. V.N.Nathar; Ratnaparkhi D.M., and S.R.Manik. 2005. Implications of characteristics Environment Parameters of Melghat Forest. Environment Conservation. 6(2): 75-81.
  22. Gadge P.J;Sadvarte S.M;Diwase S.R. and  NatharV.N  (2009). Amacid: A software for Amino Acid detection. Int. J. Biotech and Bioinfo.(1):21-22.
  23. Balasubramanium, R. Dhanagare, Nathar V.N. and M.Kshirsagar.(2007) Phylogenetic Analysis in Gossypium species: A Bioinformatics perspective.  Ind.J Bioinformatics (1) :33-35.

Research papers presented at National/International Conference:

  1. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Karyomorphological studies in some plantago Sp. ICPSBC- 200517th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  2. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Some ethnomedicinal plant of Washim district, Maharashtra. ICPSBC – 2005.17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  3. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Ethnopharmacological study of Biophytum sensittivum (Linn.). ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  4. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. In vitro multiplication of ethnomedicinaly important plant Withania somnifera (Ashwagandha).. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  5. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. In vitro propagation of Alpinia galanga. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  6. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. In vitro propagation of Citrus reticulata (orange). ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  7. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Seed  protein among Terminalia sp. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  8. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Effect of plant growth regulators on seed germination of Rauwlfia sepentina. A rare medicinal plant of Melghat forest. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  9. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Photosynthesis induced by U.V. radiation. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  10. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Compatibility studies among cultivated and wild spp.  of genus  Vigna. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  11. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. Food web manipulation of chatri lake, Amravati to study community interactions in as ecosystems. ICPSBC – 2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  12. Dr.U.S.ChaudhariIMorphological diversity and relationships among  wild and cultivated spp. of the genus Vigna. CPSBC –2005. 17th to 20th Feb, 2005.
  13. Dr.U.S.Chaudhari. UV radiation enhance photosynthesis rate in the plants. National conference on lasers and their applications. 28th to 30th Jan. 2004.
  14. Dr.S.R.Manik. Meghat floral diversity of upper Gondwana succession (early Cretaceous) of Bairam- Belkher area, District Amravati Maharashtra, and District, Betul, Madhya Predesh International Conference on Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with special reference to the role of Biodiversity in Conservation  organized by Department of Botany, Amravati University 17th-20th February, 2005.
  15. Dr.S.R.Manik. Impact of soil and water on biodiversity of Melghat forest, Dist. Amravati, Maharashtra. International Conference on Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with special reference to the role of Biodiversity in Conservation  organized by Department of Botany, Amravati University. 17th-20th February, 2005.
  16. Dr.S.R. Manik. Floral Diversity in upper Gondwana Succession ( early Cretaceous) near Achalpur fault , Amravati district , Maharashtra. Diamond Jubilee International Conference, BSIP, Lucknow.15th -  17th Nov. 2006.
  17. Dr.S.R.Manik. Biodiversity studies through vegetation analysis of selected spots in Melghat Forest area Dist. Amravati , Maharashtra. XVI Annual Conference of IAAT and International Seminar on Present Trends of future prospects of Angiosperm Taxonomy . Agarkar Research Institute Pune .4th to 6th October 2006.
  18. Dr.S.R.Manik. Seed Surface Characterization of Acanthaceae using scanning Electron Microscopy.  XVI Annual Conference of IAAT and International Seminar on Present Trends of future prospects of Angiosperm. Taxonomy .  Agarkar Research Institute Pune. 4th to 6th October 2006.
  19. Dr.S.R.Manik. Observations on Morphological Variations in seeds belonging to Cucurbitaceae and Umbilleferae. XXX All India Botanical Conference , Jiwaji   University , Gwalior.28th to 30th Nov. 2007.
  20. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Preliminary observations on some qualitative analysis of airborne biocomponents at Amravati 13th National Conference on Aerobiology (Silver Jubilee Celebration), Department of Botany, Institute of Science, Nagpur, 31st Jan. to 2nd Feb., 2005.
  21. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Aspects of the pollination biology of winter ornamental plants. International Conference on “Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with Special Reference to the Role of Biodiversity in Conservation, Department of Botany, Amravati University, Amravati,17th  to 20th Feb., 2005.
  22. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Crop pollination: diversity, behavior and role of insect pollinator in Gossypium hirsutum L. and Cajanus cajan L. 17th International Conference on “Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with Special Reference to the Role of Biodiversity in Conservation, Department of Botany,  Amravati University, Amravati, 20th Feb., 2005.
  23. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Pollination ecology of Adhatoda zeylanica (Acanthaceae). International Conference on “Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with Special Reference to the Role of Biodiversity in Conservation, Department of   Botany, Amravati University, Amravati,   17th to 20th Feb., 2005.
  24. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Computational analysis for programs and databases used in DNA sequencing.  International Conference on “Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with Special Reference to the Role of Biodiversity in Conservation, Department of Botany, Amravati University, Amravati,17th to 20th Feb., 2005.
  25. Dr.J.A.Tidke..Three new Ascomycetes from Maharashtra. International Conference on “Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with Special Reference to the Role of Biodiversity in Conservation, Department of Botany, Amravati University, Amravati,17th to 20th Feb., 2005.
  26. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Petrified female strobilus from Mohgaonkalan, M.P., India. Diamond Jubilee International Conference Changing Scenario in Palaeobotany and Allied Subjects, organized by Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow, November 15th –17th, 2006.
  27. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Preliminary Observations on Aeromicrobiota at Amravati City (M.S.). School of Studies in Biotechnology, Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur, Chhattisgarh 15th  to 17th  Jan., 2007.
  28. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Flowering Phenology and Insect Pollination in Brassica campestris L. and  Sesamum indicum L. National Conference onRecent Advances in Biology  organized by S.N. Mor Arts, Comm. And Smt. G. D. Saraf Science College, Tumsar, Dist. Bhandara, 2nd and 3rd Feb. 2007.
  29. Dr. J.A.Tidke. Observations on some aspects of pollination in Cajanus cajan (L.) Millsp. (Fabaceae). XXXth Botanical Conference (Indian Botanical Society) National Seminar, “Emerging trends in Plant Science: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation, 28th –30th November, 2007.  Organized by School of Studies in Botany, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, (M.P.).
  30. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Nectar dynamics, flower visitors and foraging behaviour in Citrus limon (L.). XXXth Botanical Conference (Indian Botanical Society) National Seminar, “Emerging trends in Plant Science: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation, 28th –30th November, 2007. Organized by School of Studies in Botany, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, (M.P.).
  31. Dr. J.A.Tidke. Qualitative analysis of trapped pollen and spores from spider webs. XXXth Botanical Conference (Indian Botanical Society) National Seminar, “Emerging trends in Plant Science: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation, 28th –30th  November,2007. Organized by School of Studies in Botany, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, (M.P.).
  32. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Observations on nectar production and flower visitors in Bignonia unguis-cati L. (Bignoniaceae). National Conference on Recent Trends in Biosciences, Deptt. of Bot.,Zoo. and Enviro.Sci.,Institute of Science,Nagpur, 20th to 21st January,2009.
  33. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Insect Pollination, Fruit Set and Seed Yield in Coriandrum sativum L. (Apiaceae). National Conference on Recent Trends in Biosciences , Deptt. of Bot.,Zoo. and Enviro.Sci.,Institute of Science,Nagpur, 20th  to 21st  January,2009.
  34. Dr.J.A.Tidke. In-silico characterization of pollen-specific protein Bnm1 from Arabidopsis thaliana Advances in Biosciences: From Darwin to Dolly and Beyond.. held at Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Nanded - 431 602 (M.S.) India, 12th  to 14th  February, 2009.
  35. Dr. J.A.Tidke. Biochemical Analysis of Pollen Grains of Dominant Allergenic Pollen Producing Plant Ipomoea fistulosa L. 15th  National Conference on Aerobiology and National Symposium on Plant,animal and Human Health,Deptt. of Life Sciences,Manipur University,Imphal. 6th  to 8th  March,2009.
  36. Dr.J.A.Tidke. Prediction of allergic and antigenic characters of major pollen allergen pha a 1 from Phalaris aquatica (Canary grass). 15th National Conference on Aerobiology and National Symposium on Plant,animal and Human Health Deptt. of Life Sciences,Manipur University,Imphal. 6th to 8th March,2009.
  37. Dr.V.N.Nathar. Phylogenetic Analysis in Gossypium species:  A Bioinformatics Perspective. International Conference on Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with special reference to the role of Biodiversity in Conservation  organized by Department of Botany, Amravati University. 17th-20th February, 2005.
  38. Dr.V.N.Nathar. Nullisomic-Tetrasomic-Octuple Trisomic of Coix lacryma jobi. International Conference on Modern Trends in Plant Sciences with special reference to the role of Biodiversity in Conservation  organized by Department of Botany, Amravati University.17th-20th February, 2005.
  39. Dr.V.N.Nathar. Prelimnary Analysis on carbohydrates with respect to growth parameters in medicinal Plants XXXth Botanical Conference (Indian Botanical Society) National Seminar, “Emerging trends in Plant Science: Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Environmental Conservation, 28th –30th November,2007. Organized by School of Studies in Botany, Jiwaji University, Gwalior, (M.P.).
  40. Dr.V.N.Nathar. Phytochemical studies in Semecarpus  anacardium L. .National Conference20th to 21st Nov. 2008 Department of Botany, Institute of Science, Mumbai.
  41. Dr.V.N.Nathar. Amacid: A software for detection of Amino acids. International Conference From Darwin to Dolly and Beyond.. 12th to 14th February, 2009 held at Yeshwant Mahavidyalaya, Nanded - 431 602 (M.S.) India.

Research fellowships and Awards in the Department:

  • Post-doctoral Fellow: 

Dr. J.A. Tidke
Laboratory of Pollination Ecology,
Institute of Evolution,
Haifa University, Haifa (Israel).  
17.02.2004 – 30.06.2004

  • Research Fellow:

Mr. Pravin Kale,
Under the Major Research Project (Management of Wild Pollinators for Higher Crop Yields.) by UGC sanctioned to Dr.J.A.Tidke.(2005-2008)

  • Research paper Award:

P.H.Gregory Award (Third) 2009 for research paper entitled “Prediction of allergic and antigenic characters of major pollen allergen pha a 1 from Phalaris aquatica (Canary grass) presented at 15th National Conference on Aerobiology and National Symposium on Plant, animal and Human Health jointly organized by Indian Aerobiological Society and Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University, Imphal. 6th to 8th March, 2009.

  • Birbal- Savitri Sahni Citation award to Department (2005).
  • Birbal- Sahani Silver Medal to Dr.S.R.Manik (2005).