Research Programme

The College follows the semester pattern as per the regulations of University of Madras. The Medium of Instruction is English

 M.Phil.Microbiology (Full time)

 M.Phil.Biochemistry (Full time)

POST GRADUATE & RESEARCH DEPARTMENT OF : MICROBIOLOGY

STAFF ACHIEVEMENTS

2019-2020

  • Dr. A. Purushothaman, Dr. S. Bhagavathy and Dr. P.T. Devika are honoured as Scientific Committee Members and Reviewers of The 5th International Conference on Bioscience and Biotechnology 2020, 27th – 28th February 2020 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia..

  • Dr. A. Purushothaman, HoD, Life Member, Indian Science Congress Association..

    Name of Faculty

    Name of Conference / Seminar/ Workshop

    State/ National/ International

    Date & Duration

    Nature

    Details of Host Institution

    Dr. A. Purushothaman 

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy 

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika 

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Workshop on Mushroom Cultivation and Biofertilizer Production

    State Level

    28th August 2019

    Co-Organiser 

    PG & Research Department of Microbiology Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mother and Child Care

    International

    14th - 15th July 2019

    Oral presentation

    Conference series, Bangkok, Thailand

    2018-2019

    Name of Faculty

    Name of Conference / Seminar/ Workshop

    State/ National/ International

    Date & Duration

    Nature

    Details of Host Institution

    Remarks

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Young Students Scientist Programme (YSSP)

    State

    2nd May – 16th May 2019

    Coordinator of the event

    TNSCST & Mohamed Sathak college of arts and science

    Fund Sanctioned by  TNSCST, Govt of Tamilnadu

    Rs.3,00, 000

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    International Research Symposium on Pure and Applied Sciences, 2018 (IRSPAS-2018)

    International

    26th October 2018

    Oral Presentation

    Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka and National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka.

     

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Young Students Scientist Programme-2019

    State

    2nd May – 16th May 2019

    Delivered/Handled Laboratory session

    TNSCST- Mohamed Sathak college of arts and science

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    One day FDP

    -

    30th January 2019

    Participated

    IQAC, Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

     

     

     

     

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Chemistry-Biology interface

    National

    11th  August 2018

    Participation

    Indian Chemical Society (ICS) and Loyola College

     

    Dr. A. Purushothaman Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Quality assurance and sustenance in higher education

    FDP

    30th Jan 2019

    Participated

    Mohamed sathak college of arts and science

     

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    International Research Symposium on Pure and Applied Sciences, 2018 (IRSPAS-2018)

    International

    26th October 2018

    Oral (Skype)

    Presentation

     

    Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka and National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka.

     

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Some Perception on Science

    National

    1st Mar 2019

    Participated

    Tamilnadu Science Forum

     

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    IDENTITY – NGS based identification of Microbes

    National

    1st March 2019

    Participation

    SRM Institute of Science and Technology

    -

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Emerging Trends in Technologies and Innovative Research

    National

    6th February 2019

    Participation

    Prince Shri Venkateswara college of Arts and Science

    -

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Phenotypic heterogeneity as a driver of cancer progression

    International

    5th - 6th January 2019

    Oral presentation & Participation

    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

    -

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Phenotypic heterogeneity as a driver of cancer progression

    International

    7th - 8th January 2019

    Attended Workshop

    Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

    -

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Intercollegiate Fiesta- Biomics 2K19

    State

    8th Feb 2019

    Judge

    Bhaktavatsalam Memorial College For Women

     

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Emerging Areas of Biotechnology for Human Welfare and Bio-Entrepreneurship

    International

    11-12 September 2018

     

    Participated

    B.S.Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology

     

    2017-2018

    Name of Faculty

    Name of Conference / Seminar/ Workshop

    State/ National/ International

    Date & Duration

    Nature

    Details of Host Institution

    Remarks

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    National conference on Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations in Biosciences

    National

    24th - 25th January 2018

    Convener 

    Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

    Dr.A.Purushothaman 

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

     

    Herbal Drug Development

    National

    22nd September 2017

    Oral presentation & Participation

    Sengamala Thaiyaar Educational trust Women’s College

    Dr. A. Purushothaman Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Mentoring being a great teacher and moving towards excellence

    State Level

    7th December 2017

    Participation

    Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    National conference on Interdisciplinary Research and Innovations in Biosciences

    National

    24th - 25th January 2018

    Organiser 

    Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Recent trends in Biosciences - Bio trends 2018

    National

    26th - 27th February 2018

    Oral presentation & Participation

    Indian Institute of Technology & Bio zone Research Technology

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Dr. V. Anuradha

     

    Stress management for successful life”, Sponsored conducted in association with THOZHAMAI

     

    16th September 2017

    Participated

    MSCAS Sponsored conducted in association with THOZHAMAI

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    ICNCAD-2018

    International

    16th & 17th Feb 2018

    Participated& Presented

    Department of Medical Biochemistry University Of Madras.

    Dr V. Anuradha

    Nutraceuticals- Concepts and Applications in Diseases-2018

    International

    16th    and 17th February 2018

    Participated

    Department of Medical Biochemistry, University of Madras

    Dr.P.T.Devika

    ICNCAD-2018

    International

    16th& 17th Feb 2018

    Participated& Presented

    Department of Medical Biochemistry University of Madras.


    2016-2017

    Name of Faculty

    Name of Conference / Seminar/ Workshop

    State/ National/ International

    Date & Duration

    Nature

    Details of Host Institution

    Remarks

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Human Rights”, Sponsored by NHRC

    Training Programme

    11th March 2017

    Coordinator

    MSCAS

    Fund Rs.45000

    Human Rights”, Sponsored by NHRC

    Dr. A. Purushothaman

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Quality improvement and Sustenance in Higher Education

    State Level

    23rd February 2017

    Participation

    Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

    -

    Dr. A. Purushothaman Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Mentoring being a great teacher and moving towards excellence

    FDP

    7th Dec 2017

    Participated

    Mohamed Sathak college of arts and science

     

    Mrs. P. Meenatchi

    Dr. S. Bhagavathy

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. V. Anuradha

    Dr. P.T. Devika

    Dr. J. Binu Clara

    Human Rights”, Sponsored by NHRC

    Training Programme

    11th March 2017

    Participated

    MSCAS

    Human Rights”, Sponsored by NHRC

    Dr.S.Bhagavathy

    Biomarkers – From Research to Clinical Practice

    National

    30th - 31th January 2017

    Oral presentation & Participation

    Meenakshi College for Women

     

    Dr.S.Bhagavathy

    Android Program development for Mobile Application

    State Level

    7th March 2017

    Participation

    Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science

     

    Dr.S.Bhagavathy 

    Mrs. J. Deepalakshmi

    Dr. P.T.Devika

     

    Leadership Skills Level-I

    FDP

    14th & 15th Nov 2016

    Participated

    ICT- Academy, Dhaanish Ahamed College Of Engineering

     

    Mrs.J.Deepalakshmi

    Essential Lab Techniques& Technique based evidence for Health promotional Aspects of tea-Work Shop

    National

    2nd March2017

    Participated

    Bharathi Womens College 

    Mrs.J.Deepalakshmi

    Dr.V.Anuradha

    Algal Biology and Biotechnology

    National

    24-26 November 2016

    Participated

    Department of Biotechnology, University of Madras and Krishnamurthy Institute of Algology

     

    Dr.V.Anuradha

    Biodiversity, Biology and Biotechnology of Algae,

    National

    09-10 January 2017

    Participated

    CAS in Botany, University of Madras

     

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

PG and Research Department of Microbiology has been started in the year 1994 with the aim of revealing the roles of microbes in life. The department has been established to provide knowledge in the field of Microbiology. It offers Under-graduation and Post-graduation in Microbiology. In 2010, M.Phil Microbiology course has been introduced to provide research scholars. Ph.D Microbiology course was also introduced during the academic year of 2012.

Academic Programs

Year of Establishment

B.Sc., Microbiology 1994 - 1995
M.Sc.,Microbiology 2010-2011
M. Phil.,Microbiology 2012-2013
Ph.D., Microbiologyy 2012-2013

Scope and objectives of the course

The Department is very much interested in inculcating the values and ethics, social responsibilities, passion towards science and research among the students by organizing periodically the guest lectures, workshops, Hands on training programmes and programmes address the environmental issues, National and International level conferences, Workshops and so on by inviting eminent scientists as resource persons. Our students are also securing "University ranks" every year and our final year students (both UG & PG) got placement offer letters before their course completion. Above all, the Department of Biotechnology has been recognized as best department among the life science programmes offered in the college.

Roles of a microbiologist

An undergraduate degree in microbiology gives you the opportunity to work at science laboratories and pathology labs.

A PG in microbiology candidate can work in microbiology based industries like pharmacy, dairy, breweries, distilleries, enzyme, etc.

The students can pursue PhD. Students and can take up teaching. They can also take up a post-doctoral research.

General career opportunities for microbiologists: Microbiologists can work in the area of food, pharmacy, agrochemistry biotechnology, biorefinery, environment, pollution control and bioremediation.

In the field of agriculture, microbiologists act as environmental and health specialists to study the role of microbes in plant disease, pest control, nutrition and soil fertility.

In the field of medicine and health care, the work is usually associated with diagnosis, prevention and treatment of illnesses associated with microbes. Universities and colleges employ microbiologists as researchers and teachers.

Microbiologists can easily innovate new diagnostic kits (e.g. Pathogen detecting, antigen detecting, receptor detecting etc), can discover new drugs with antibiotic sensitivity tests, zone of inhibitions etc.,

Microbiologists can isolate unique species from mountains, strange areas, extreme conditions and antibiotic properties can be studied.

Microbiologist can apply for patents for their small-big innovations and can even sell them for million dollars, can develop their own small or big clinical laboratory,

Microbiologists can develop their own dairy, pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural institutes and industries simply with knowledge of applied microbiology.

Today microbiologists are required in top organizations like NASA for identification of any life form for their various missions like the recent Mars curiosity mission and many more.

The faculty members in the department are actively involved in research in thrust areas such as Nanotechnology, Plant Biotechnology, Marine Biotechnology, Cancer Biology, Medical Microbiology, Environmental Biotechnology and Microbial Biotechnology. The Faculty members are regularly attending National & International Conferences and Seminars within India and abroad. The faculty members, post graduate students and scholars actively participate and in conferences and seminars and present research papers. The research findings are published in Journals of high repute.

VISION
  • Post Graduate and Research Department of Microbiology is responsible for a platform to provide excellent graduates, post graduates and eminent scientists to various branches of life sciences. It serves and provides microbiologists for public health and sanitation, diagnostic centres for infectious diseases, quality control analysis, space research, microbial ecology, environmental microbiology and innovative research appropriate to needs.

MISION
  • The mission is to provide the best quality education to the students with well-developed skill sets in the field of Microbiology. The students are trained to their fullest potentials to achieve eminence in respective field. The students are given practical training to develop their own dairy, pharmaceutical, medical, agricultural institutes and industries simply with knowledge of applied microbiology. We also nurture self-confidence and self-reliance in students to boost their roles in society and leadership skills to reduce the outbreaks of emerging diseases.

    Courses Offered and Eligibility for Admission
    Courses

    Eligibility for Admission

    B.Sc., Microbiology Candidates for admission to the first year of the Degree of Bachelor of Science courses shall be required to have passed the Higher Secondary Examinations (Academic or Vocational Stream) conducted by the Government of Tamil Nadu or an Examination accepted as equivalent thereof by the Syndicate of the University of Madras. Provided that candidates for admission into the Microbiology main subject of study shall be possess such other qualifying conditions as may be prescribed by the University as BIOLOGY / BOTANY / ZOOLOGY SUBJECTS.
    M.Sc. ,Microbiology The Candidate shall be admitted to the course provided he/she has passed a Bachelor’s Degree in Science in Microbiology, Zoology, Botany, Chemistry, Biology, Life Science, Bio-Chemistry, Home Science, Nutrition and Dietetics, B.S.M.S [OR] B.A.M.S [OR] B.U.M.S of this University or of any other University recognized by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto.
    M.Phil., Microbiology A Master’s Degree in the respect subject mentioned below of the University of Madras or any other University accepted by the Syndicate as equivalent thereto, provided that those who have qualified for the Master’s degree prior to 1st January 1991 must have secured a minimum of 50 percent of marks and those who have qualified for the master’s degree on or after 1stJanuary 1991 must have secured a minimum of 55 percent of marks. For SC/ST/SCA and physically handicapped and visually challenged candidates who have qualified on or after 1st January 1991 a concession of 5 percent of marks shall be given in the minimum eligibility marks.
    Ph.D. Microbiology Admission for Ph.D. programme can be made two times in a year, i.e., January and July. The online application will be available during the months of December and June every year for admitting the candidates for two sessions. Candidates should submit the hard copy of their application on or before the first working day of January and July to the concerned University Department / Affiliated College/ Research Institution where the candidates proposed to do their Research. Admission to Ph.D. programme shall be completed in the first month itself in each session. Registration for Ph.D. must be completed within one month from the date of granting admission.

INFRA STRUCTURE / LAB FACILITIES
  • Department is having sophisticated laboratory facilities dedicated for

  • Immunotechnology

  • Plant & Animal tissue culture

  • Plant & Animal tissue culture

  • Bioprocess Technology

  • Molecular Biology / Genetic engineering

  • Microbiology

  • Bioinformatics

    • In addition to College Central Library, the department library provides text books and reference books which enable the teacher and the students to follow the curriculum for each semester.

  • LCD Projectors & Smart Class Room

  • Internet facilities for staff & Students

    • The Central Library with the latest books and Journals are extended to the staff and students. Internet facilities are also provided to augment their knowledge. Wi-Fi connections are available.

      The college is equipped with a digital library for staff and students to enrich their knowledge.


PROGRAMME/ COURSE OUTCOME

  • The students will understand the various aspects of Biotechnology and its allied areas - their applications and its importance.

  • The students will gain the practical knowledge on Handling of different types of microbes, its identification methods, biochemical techniques, chemical analysis, Immnotechnology, Bioprocess techniques, growth stage analysis of small animal and insects and genetic & Molecular Biological based analytical techniques

    RESEARCH / BOOK PUBLICATIONS (Academic Year & Faculty Wise)

  • Total Research Paper Publication (from 2016-2017) : 049

  • Total Publication Book/ Proceedings with ISSN : 03

  • 2019-2020

  • Shamila Fathima S, Packirisamy Meenatchi and Ayyakkannu Purushothaman* (2019). Comparison of Manual Versus Automated Data Collection Method for Haematological Parameters. Biomed J Sci & Tech Res. BJSTR. MS.ID.002702. ISSN: 2574 -1241. Volume 15- Issue 3, 11372-11376.

  • G.Shivapriya, S.Bhagavathy, P.Arumugam, Quantification and Antimicrobial activity of Phytochemicals from Ananas comosus, International Journal of Innovative Science Research and Technology, 2019: 4(9), 626 – 629.

  • S. Bhagavathy, K. Pushya, R. Gayathridevi, J. Jeniffer, Purification, characterization and application of bromelain from Ananas comosus, Journal of Applied and Advanced Research, 2019: 4(5), 133-140.

  • G.Shivapriya, S.Bhagavathy, P.Arumugam, In vitro cytotoxic activity of methanolic extract of Combretum ovalifolium against MCF7 Cancer cell lines, International Journal of Scientific Development and Research, 2019, 4(8), 117 – 122.

  • S.Bhagavathy, R.Gayathridevi, K.Pushya J.Jeniffer, P.Arumugam, Screening, Optimization and Antimicrobial activity of bromelain Ananas comosus, International Journal of Scientific Development and Research, 2019, 4(9), 233 – 240.

  • Devika P.T, Mythily.P. (2019). Phytochemical screening, Isolated Bioactive compound (Fisetin) from Ethanolic fruit Extract of Fragaria x ananassa and their Antioxidant activity. Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences.1 4.83-87.ISSN.2278-3008.

  • To motivate the students Understand the various provisions of the companies act

  • Devika P.T, Mythily.P. (2019). Cardioprotective Effect Of Fisetin On Lysosomal Enzymes in ISO- induced myocardial infarction in MI rats. Asian J Pharm Clin Res.12.99-110.ISSN.2455-3891.

  • Devika P.T, Mythily.P. (2019). Cardioprotective Efficacy of fisetin on Glycoprotein and Membrane Bound ATPase. Asian journal of pharmacy and pharmacology.8.2271-2274. ISSN.2278-4136.

  • Devika P.T, Mythily.P. (2019). Fisetin protects H9C2 cells from isoproterenol induced myocardial infarction”.Toxicology.12.230-239.

  • Devika P.T, Uma , (2019). Evaluation invitro antioxidant & cytotoxic effect of 2-thiohydantoin. International journal of Life Sciences Research . 6.139-145. ISSN.02348-3148.

  • Devika P.T, Uma, (2019). Evaluation of in vitro antioxidant activity study of thiohydantoin. American Journal of Bio-pharmacology Biochemistry and Life Sciences . 4. 231-240 . ISSN.2319-8753 .

  • 2018-2019

  • A. Purushothaman, P. Meenatchi, S. Maneemegalai. Antidiabetic efficacy of two major compounds isolated from Coccinia grandis (L.) Voigt and their effect on insulin-producing cell line RINm5F in vitro. International Research Symposium on Pure and Applied Sciences, 2018 (IRSPAS-2018) organized by Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka and National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka. OCTOBER 2018. (Abstract only).

  • Meenatchi P , Maneemegalai, S. Antidiabetic effect of Coccinia grandis Linn. on streptozotocin induced diabetic rats and its role in regulating hepatic key enzymes. (Research Symposium on Pure and Applied Sciences, 2018 Faculty of Science, University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, 2018).

  • G. Priya, S.Bhagavathy, Nasreen Najeeb, M.Suganthi, Genotoxic effects of Azadirachta indica and Cynodon dactylon on Allium cepa meristamatic tissue, International Journal of Scientific Research and Reviews, 2019, 8(2), 4080 – 4087.

  • Bhagavathy S, Mahendiran C, Kanchana R. Identification of glucosyl transferase inhibitors from Psidium Guajava against Streptococcus mutans in dental caries, Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine, 2019, 9, 124-137.

  • Deepalakshmi J, Edet Love Mendie (2018) Phytochemicals Analysis,GC-MS Characterization and Invitro Anti-Arthritis Activity Of Nyctanthesis Arbor-Tristis Linn.Leaf. ISSN 2349-5138, E-ISSN2348-1269, International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews vol.5:1789-1797,UGC and ISSN Approved- International peer Reviewed journal, Refereed Journal, Indexed Journal Impact Factor:5.75 google Scholar.

  • 2017-2018

  • Packirisamy Meenatchi, Ayyakkannu Purushothaman, Dr. S. Maneemegalai. (2017). Antioxidant, antiglycation and insulinotrophic properties of Coccinia grandis (L.) in vitro: Possible role in prevention of diabetic complications. Journal of Traditional and Complementary Medicine. 7:54-64Accepted, available online. ELSEVIER. J Tradit Complement Med. 2017 Jan; 7(1): 54–64. Published online 2016 Mar 2. doi: 10.1016/j.jtcme.2016.01.002. PMCID: PMC5198829. PMID: 28053889.

  • Ayyakkannu Purushothaman, Packirisamy Meenatchi, Nallappan Saravanan, Muthu Karuppaiah, Ramalingam Sundaram (2017). Isolation and Characterization of an Acyclic Isoprenoid from Semecarpus anacardium Linn. and its Antibacterial Potential in vitro. ISSN 2093-6966 [Print], ISSN 2234-6856 [Online], Journal of Pharmacopuncture. 20[2]:329-335. International, peer-reviewed open-access journal published by the Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI). J Pharmacopuncture. 2017 Jun; 20(2): 119–126. Published online 2017 Jun 30. doi: 10.3831/KPI.2017.20.016. PMCID: PMC5532471. PMID: 30087789.

  • Meenatchi Packirisamy, Purushothaman Ayyakkannu, Maneemegalai Sivaprakasam (2018). Antidiabetic effect of Coccinia grandis (L.) Voigt (Cucurbitales: Cucurbitaceae) on streptozotocin induced diabetic rats and its role in regulating carbohydrate metabolizing enzymes. Brazilian Journal of Biological Sciences, 2018, v. 5, No. 11, p. 683-698. ISSN 2358-2731. https://doi.org/10.21472/bjbs.051107.

  • Anitha L, Shalini D, Bhagavathy S, Anti inflammatory and antioxidant potentials of Vitex negundo Linn and its molecular mechanism, American Journal of Bio pharmacology, Biochemistry and Life Sciences, 2018; Vol. 4 (1): OP10.

  • Jennifer P J,Bhagavathy S. Screening, Production, purification and characterization of Bromelain from Ananas Comosus and its applications, American Journal of Bio pharmacology, Biochemistry and Life Sciences, 2018; Vol. 4 (1): OP13.

  • Chanchal Kumari, J. Deepalakshmi (2017). Phytoextraction of Lead from soil by Parthenium hysterophorus Linn. ISSN 0975-2331(print) ISSN0975-4385 (online).Research Journal Of Pharmacognosy and phytochemistry.2017;9(2):64-68.DOI:10.5958/0975-4385.2017.00011.5

  • Chanchal Kumari, J. Deepalakshmi (2017).Qualitative and GC-MS Analysis of Phytoconstituents of Parthenium hysterophorus Linn. ISSN 0975-2331(print) ISSN0975-4385 (online).Research Journal Of Pharmacognosy and phytochemistry.2017;9(2):105-110.DOI:10.5958/0975-4385.2017.00019X.

  • G. Priya and J. Binu Clara (2018). In vitro antioxidant and antiproliferative effect of ethanolic leaf extract of Eclipta alba on Hep2 cancer cell lines. International Journal of Current Research In Biology and Medicine. ISSN: 2455-944X. DOI:10.22192/ijcrbm Volume 2, Issue 10 – 2017. Int. J. Curr. Res. Biol. Med. (2017). 2(10): 11-18

  • 2016-2017

  • Ayyakkannu Purushothaman, Packirisamy Meenatchi, Saravanan S, Ramalingam Sundaram, Nallappan Saravanan. (2016). Quantification of Total Phenolic Content, HPLC Analysis of Flavonoids and Assessment of Antioxidant and Anti-haemolytic Activities of Hibiscus rosasinensis L. Flowers in vitro. Int J Pharma Res Health Sci. 2016; 4 (5): 1342-1350. DOI:10.21276/ijprhs.2016.05.

  • Rajamanickam Karthika, Packirisamy Meenatchi, Ramalingam Sundaram and Ayyakkannu Purushothaman* (2017). Phytochemical Analysis, Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activities of Two Traditionally Used Indian Medicinal Plants. Asian Journal of Biology. 2017 - Volume 4 Issue 3. Dec 19, 2017. DOI https://doi.org/10.9734/AJOB/2017/37961.

  • Bhagavathy S, Sirisha Kancharla, Wound healing and angiogenesis of silver nanoparticle from Azadirachta indica in diabetes induced mice, International Journal of Herbal Medicine, 2016, 4(5), 24-29.

  • BOOK PUBLICATIONS


      Faculty

      National / International

      Year of publication

      ISBN / ISSN number of the Book / Proceeding

      Affiliating Institute at the time of publication

      Name of the Publisher

      Dr.A.Purushothaman International 2018 ISSN (Print)2651-0448ISSN (Online)2651-0456Conference Proceeding Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science Faculty of Science University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka and National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka.
      Mrs.P.Meenatchi International 2018 ISSN (Print)2651-0448ISSN (Online)2651-0456Conference Proceeding Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science Faculty of Science University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka and National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka.
      Dr.S.Bhagavathy International 2017 978-0-08-101023-5Chapter 19: Micro algae based bio fuels and bio productsPp. 1-34 Mohamed Sathak College of Arts and Science Woodhead publishing Elsevier Ltd. (Science Direct)

    Staff Profile

    S.No.

    Name of the Staff

    Designation

    1.

    Dr. O.S. Aysha, M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D. SET

    More Info
    Vice Principal &HoD
    2.

    Dr. S.Valli, M.Sc., M.Phil., MBA, Ph.D. SET .

    More Info
    Assistant Professor
    3.

    Dr. A. Reena, M.Sc., Ph.D,

    More Info
    Assistant Professor
    4.

    Dr.P.Praveena, M.Sc.(Micro).,M.Sc.(Bot).,M.Phil., PhD., B.Ed.,

    P.G.D.C.A.,P.G.DBI., MSE More Info
    Assistant Professor
    5.

    Dr.S.Srividhya, M.Sc., M.Phil., PhD., More Info

    Assistant Professor
    6. Mrs. M. Mythili M.Sc., M.Phil., More Info Assistant Professor

PROGRAMME/ COURSE OUTCOME

The students will become skilled at learning history of microbiology, principles of instrumentation, sterilization, culture techniques and growth conditions of microbes

KNOWLEDGE

TThe subject offers information about microbial taxonomy, detailed classification of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

SKILLS

Computer science is the study of the theoretical and practical aspects of computer technology and computer usage. The learning outcomes for the BSc in Computer Science state that degree holders possess knowledge and skills of relevant field.

KNOWLEDGE

They have acquired general understanding and insight into main theories and concepts and are aware of the latest knowledge in the relevant field. It can be applied to basic elements of information technology.

SKILLS

Computer science is the study of the theoretical and practical aspects of computer technology and computer usage. The learning outcomes for the BSc in Computer Science state that degree holders possess knowledge and skills of relevant field.

KNOWLEDGE

They have acquired general understanding and insight into main theories and concepts and are aware of the latest knowledge in the relevant field. It can be applied to basic elements of information technology.

SKILLS

Computer Science states that degree holders can apply the methods and procedures that can use the relevant equipment, technology and software. Also that outcome is used to apply critical analytic methods and rationalize their decisions. That can be evaluated critically the methods applied. That recognize when further data is needed and have the ability to retrieve it, assess its reliability. It should be applied in an appropriate manner. It can used as reliable data- and information resources in the relevant scientific field and have acquired an open-minded and innovative way of thinking.