DEPARTMENT PROFILE – CHEMISTRY

Year of Establishment:1948

  • Postgraduate and Research Department
  • Well qualified, experienced and dedicated teachers: We have one Associate Prof., 13 Asst. Professors and 3 approved research guides
  • Providing quality education to the students of semi urban areas, especially to those hailing from economically backward students
  • DST- FIST supported department, hence well equipped laboratories with sophisticated instruments 
  • Well stacked library
  • Representation of faculty in university bodies
  • Facilitation of research opportunities to M.Sc. students in premier research institutes and industries
  • Opportunity for students to join these institutions as Research Associates, Project Fellows, etc.

Study Programmes Offered

  • B.Sc. Chemistry (Started in 1949)
  • M.Sc. Chemistry (Started in 1961)
  • M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry (Started in 2001)
  • Ph.D. (Started in 1966)

Recent Academic Achievements

Academic Achievements of PG and UG Students

University Ranks_PG-2020

 

University Ranks_PG-2019
   
1Satheeshna S. R.Third Rank in M.Sc. Chemistry Degree University Exam, 20202020
2Jeeva V. S. First Rank in M.Sc. Chemistry Degree University Exam, 20192019
3Suchithra G. Second Rank in M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry Degree University Exam, 20192019
4Athul KrishnanFirst Rank in M.Sc. Analytical Chemistry Degree University Exam2016
5V. Sindhu First Rank in MSc Analytical Science2015
7C. VidhyaSecond Rank in MSc Analytical Science2015
8Jisha. Mc. JohnsonThird Rank in M.Sc. Chemistry Degree University Exam, March 20142014
9Athira KrishnanFirst Rank in M.Sc. Chemistry Degree University Exam, March 20132013
10Minitha. S.Second Best Poster Award in the U.G.C. Sponsored National Seminar organized by SNCW, Kollam2012
11Athira KrishnanFirst Rank in the B.Sc. Chemistry Degree University Exam, March 20112011

PhDs. Awarded

1Sruthi B. 2020
2Jolly A. 2020
3Divya V. 2020
4Deepa Thomas2020
5Jyothishkumar T.2019
6Sarithamol S.2019
7Divya G. Nair2018
8Suresh Kumar B. 2018

Details of Student enrichment programmes (special lectures/workshops/seminars) with external experts

YearEventTopicResource person
2011-12WorkshopTensor AnalysisDr. Sethumadhavan: Former HOD and Professor, S.N. College, Shornur
2013-14LectureModern ScienceDr. S. Raju:  H.O.D. and Assoc.  Professor, University College, Thiruvananthapuram
2013-14LectureNano WorldDr. R. Raveendran: Principal, S.N. College, Shornur

YearEventTitleNational/InternationalFunding Agency
2009-10SeminarRecent Advance in Nano ScienceNationalUGC
2010-11SeminarPhysical and Bio Medical Applications in Nano TechnologyNationalUGC
2013-14SeminarApplications of Advanced Nano MaterialsNationalUGC

 

    Dr. Pushpa V. L. Associate Professor and Head of the Department

      Dr. S. V. Manoj Assistant Professor

        Dr. Rema Devi B. Assistant Professor

          Dr. P. Nikhil Chandra Assistant Professor

            Dr. Rijith S. Assistant Professor

              Ms. Jeneena K. B. Assistant Professor

                Mr. Abhilash S. Assistant Professor

                  Dr Deepa J. P. Assistant Professor

                  Dr. Praveen Prakash Assistant Professor

                    Dr. Sreeremya T. S. Assistant Professor

                      Dr. Deepa J. R. Assistant Professor

                        Dr. Vivek B. Assistant Professor

                          Dr Sumesh R. V. Assistant Professor

                            Dr. Mini S. Assistant Professor

                            Papers Published in Peer-Reviewed International/National Journals 

                            1. Theoretical Insights into the Anti-SARS-CoV‑2 Activity of Chloroquine and Its Analogs and In Silico Screening of Main Protease Inhibitors. A. S. Achutha, V. L. Pushpa,* and Surendran Suchitra Journal of Proteome Research, ACS, 2020, 19(11),  4706–4717 [Impact Factor: 4.074]
                            2. Transition metal mixed oxide-embedded graphene oxide bilayers as an efficient electrocatalyst for optimizing hydrogen evolution reaction in alkaline media Sarika S, S Rijith. New J. Chem., 2020, 44, 13889-13901. [Impact Factor: 3.288].
                            3. Diazanorbornene: A Valuable Synthon towards Carbocycles and Heterocycles. P. Preethalayam, E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, S. C. Sarngadharan, A. Vijayan, K. V. Radhakrishnan and J. John J. Org. Chem. 2020, 42, 6588. [Impact Factor: 2.889].
                            4. Electrochemical sensing of methylmalonic acid based on molecularly imprinted polymer modified with graphene oxide and gold nanoparticles. J R Deepa, T.S Anirudhan, G.Soman, V C.Sekhar, chem. J, 2020,159, 105489 [Impact factor.3.594].
                            5. Tailor-Made Polyelectrolyte Multilayers for the Removal of Obidoxime from Water in Microfiltration Process. P. Nikhil Chandra, Mothi Krishna Mohan Membr. Technol. 2020, 2, 132–147. https://doi.org/10.1134/S2517751620020031.
                            6. Effect of zirconia/silica dopants on the thermally induced growth of sol gel synthesized cerium oxide nanoparticles, S Sreeremya, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2020. [Impact factor:0.97].
                            7. Novel Multicomponent reaction involving isoquinoline, DMAD and isatilidens leading to the synthesis of Functionalized Spiro- oxindoles: Devi B. R.; Sandhya B.; Materials Today Proceedings, 2020. (Impact Factor -0.58).
                            8. Design, development and characterization of polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes for potential filtration applications. P. Nikhil Chandra, K. Usha, Mothi Krishna Mohan, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2020, ISSN 2214-7853, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2020.05.239.
                            9. Comparative QSAR model generation using pyrazole derivatives for screening Janus kinase‐1 inhibitors S Sarithamol, VL Pushpa, V Divya, KB Manoj, Chemical Biology & Drug Design , Wiley, 2020, 95 (5): 503-519 [Impact Factor: 2.4]
                            10. Removal of atrazine herbicide from water by polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes. P. Nikhil Chandra, K. Usha, Materials Today: Proceedings, 2020, ISSN 2214-7853, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.matpr.2020.05.263.
                            11. Comparative molecular docking studies of phytochemicals as Jak2 inhibitors using Autodock and ArgusLab, AS Achutha, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj, Materials Today: Proceedings, Elsevier, 2020.
                            12. Transport studies of ionic solutes through chitosan/chondroitin sulfate A (CHI/CS) polyelectrolyte multilayer membranes. P Nikhil Chandra and Mothi Krishna Mohan, Nano Ex. 2020, 1, 020004. https://doi.org/10.1088/2632-959X/ab9fd3.
                            13. Cyclin dependent kinase 4 inhibitory activity of Thieno [2, 3-d] pyrimidin-4-ylhydrazones–Multiple QSAR and docking studies V Divya, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj Journal of Molecular Structure, Elsevier, 2019, 1183, 263–273 [Impact Factor: 2.463].
                            14. A Pharmacogenomic approach for the identification and validation of genetic markers behind CDK4 amplification leading to Cancer, V Divya, VL Pushpa, VR Sunitha, S Sarithamol, S Surendran, KB Manoj, The pharmainnovation, 2019; 8(2): 142-149 [Impact Factor: RJIF 5.98].
                            15. An in silico approach to discover the best molecular modeling strategy for designing novel CDK 4 inhibitors D Vasanthakumari, P Vadakkethil Lalithabhai, M Kanthimathi Bahuleyan, Chemical biology & drug design, Wiley, 2019, 93 (4), 556-569 [Impact Factor: 2.4].
                            16. Fabrication of a molecularly imprinted silylated graphene oxide polymer for sensing and quantification of creatinine in blood and urine samples. TS Anirudhan, J R Deepa, N Stanly, Surf.sci. 2019, 466, 28-39 [Impact factor. 6.182]
                            17. Synthesis and application of polymer-grafted nanocellulose/graphene oxide nano composite for the selective recovery of radionuclides from aqueous media. S Rijith, S Suma, Sumi V S, Separation Science and Technology. 2019, 54, No. (9) 1453-1468. ISSN: 0149-6395.
                            18. Crystal structure of 7′-(4-chloro­phen­yl)-2′′-(4-meth­oxy­phen­yl)-7′,7a’,7′′,8′′-tetra­hydro-1′H,3′H,5′′H-di­spiro­[indoline-3,5′-pyrrolo­[1,2-c]thia­zole-6′,6′′-quinoline]-2,5′′-dione and an unknown solvent; R VishnupriyaM VenkateshanJ SureshR V Sumesh,R R Kumar and P L N Lakshman, Acta Cryst.2019, E75, 189-193.
                            19. Carbon nanotube-copper ferrite-catalyzed aqueous 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition of in situ-generated organic azides with alkynes. Praveen Prakash, R. A. Kumar, F. Miserque, V. Geertsen, E. Gravel and E. Doris Commun., 2018, 54, 3644. [Impact Factor: 6.164].
                            20. Discovery and validation of potential impact of cannabinoid receptor agonists by insilico means, S Sarithamol, V Divya, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj, Bulletin of Pure & Applied Sciences-Chemistry, 2018, 37 (1), 88-98 [Impact Factor: 6.991]
                            21. Electrochemical sensing of cholesterol by molecularly imprinted polymer of silylated graphene oxide and chemically modified nanocellulose polymer, T.S.Anirudhan, R.Deepa, Binussreejayan. Mater. Sci.and Engi: C 2018, 92, 942-956 [Impact factor.5.88].
                            22. 2D and 3D QSAR model generation of CDK4 inhibitors ,V Divya, VL Pushpa, S Sarithamol, KB Manoj, Bulletin of Pure & Applied Sciences-Chemistry, BPAS, 2018, 37 (1), 53-63 [Impact Factor: 6.991]
                            23. Computational approach for generating robust models for discovering novel molecules as Cyclin Dependent Kinase 4 inhibitors, V Divya, VL Pushpa, S Sarithamol, KB Manoj, Journal of Molecular Graphics and Modelling, Elsevier, 2018, 82,48-58. [Impact Factor: 2.079]
                            24. Genetic involvement of interleukin 4 for asthma and identification of potential phytochemical scaffold through molecular docking studies,S Sarithamol, V Divya, VR Sunitha, S Suchitra, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj , Int J Curr Pharm Res, 2018,10 (1), 43-54.
                            25. Synthesis, Characterisation and biological studies of transitions metal complexes of Mn(II), Cu(II) and Zn (II) with an azodye (E)-4-((2,6-Dihydroxyphenyl) diazenyl) benzoic acid, S. Mini, S. S. Aravind, Bulletin of pure and Applied Sciences, 2018, 37(c),137-142.
                            26. , Comparative Study on Janus Kinase Enzyme activity of Pomegranate Leaf Extract and its Active Component Ellagic Acid for Asthma, S Sarithamol, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj Oriental Journal of Chemistry , 2018, 34 (2), 1041.
                            27. Performance comparison of macromolecular assisted and immobilized low pressure membranes in the removal of toxic metals. Nikhil Chandra P. et al, Mater. Res. Express 2018, 5, 085504. https://doi.org/10.1088/2053-1591/aad273
                            28. Synthesis, characterisation and application of a novel FeO-TiO2-GO Mixed oxide composite catalyst for hydrogen evolution reactions S Rijith, S Sarika and S Abhilash, , Indian J. Sci. Res. 2018, 18(1): 69-74. ISSN 0976-2876
                            29. Cu/Pd Bimetallic Supported on Mesoporous TiO2 for Suzuki Coupling Reaction, M. Mohan, K. Sunajadevi, N. Daniel, S. Gopi, S. Sugunan, and N. Perumparakunnel, Bulletin of Chemical Reaction Engineering & Catalysis, 2018, vol. 13, no. 2, pp. 286-294. https://doi.org/10.9767/bcrec.13.2.1393.286-294
                            30. Crystal structure and Hirshfeld surface analysis of 4′-(2-chloro­phen­yl)-1′-methyl-3′′-phenyl-7′′,8′′-di­hydro-5′′H-di­spiro­[indoline-3,2′-pyrrolidine-3′,6′′-iso­quinoline]-2,5′′-dione; R VishnupriyaC Selva MeenatchiJ SureshR V SumeshR R Kumar and P L N Lakshman, Acta Cryst., 2018E74, 660-663.
                            31. Synthesis of spiro-linked quinolinone-pyrrolidine/pyrrolo[1,2-c]thiazole-oxindole/ acenaphthalene hybrids via multi-component [3+ 2] cycloaddition; R V Sumesh, A Shylaja, R R Kumar, AI Almansour and R S Kumar,  Tetrahedron Letters, 2018, 59 (46), 4086-4089 [Impact Factor : 2.379]
                            32. Sensitized luminescence from novel pyrazolone based β diketonate complex of Eu 3+ , D B Ambiliraj, S V Manoj and B S Vinbod, Bulletin of pure and applied sciences, 2018, Vol.37C,1,64-69.
                            33. Aqueous 1,3-dipolar cycloadditions promoted by copper nanoparticles in polydiacetylene micelles. Clarisse, Praveen Prakash, V. Geertsen, F. Miserque, E. Gravel and E. Doris Green Chem., 2017, 19, 3112. [Impact Factor: 9.480].
                            34. Direct and Co-catalytic Oxidation of Hydroxylamines to Nitrones Promoted by Rhodium Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Nanotubes. Praveen Prakash, E. Gravel, D-V. Nguyen, I. N. N. Namboothiri and E. Doris ChemCatChem, 2017, 9, 2091. [Impact Factor:  853].
                            35. Selective conversion of nitroarenes to N-aryl hydroxylamines catalyzed by carbon nanotube-supported nickel(II) hydroxide. Praveen Prakash, V. Geertsen, F. Miserque, E. Gravel and E. Doris ChemistrySelect, 2017, 2, 5891. [Impact Factor: 811].
                            36. Self-Assembly-Directed Aerogel and Membrane Formation from a Magnetic Composite: An Approach to Developing Multifunctional Materials. Balachandran Vivek and Edamana Prasad. ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2017, 9, 7619−7628. [Impact Factor.8.758]
                            37. Diverse benzothiazole based chemodosimeters for the detection of cyanide in aqueous media and in HeLa cells; B Vidya, M Iniya, G Sivaraman, R V Sumesh and D Chellappa, Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, 2017, 242, 434-442 [Impact Factor : 7.100]
                            38. QSAR Studies of Lanosterol Synthase Inhibitors as Potential Antihypercholesterolemic Compounds,  DG Nair, VL Pushpa, KK Thomas, KB Manoj, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2017, 33 (6), 2949-2958.
                            39. QSAR Modeling, Docking and Insilico ADMET Studies of Lanosterol Synthase Inhibitors , DG Nair, VL Pushpa, KK Thomas, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2017, 33 (4), 1837-1847.
                            40. Nano-zinc oxide incorporated graphene oxide/nanocellulose composite for the adsorption and photo catalytic degradation of ciprofloxacin hydrochloride from aqueous solutions, T.S. Anirudhan, R.Deepa. J. colloid and interface science 2017, 490, 343-356 [Impact factor:7.489]
                            41. Thorium (IV) recovery from water and sea water using surface modified nanocellulose/nanobentonite composite: process design, T. S, Anirudhan, R.Deepa, F Shainy, J Polym Environ. 2017. 25, 101–114. [Impact factor. 2.65]
                            42. Adsorptive Separation of Lysozyme from Aqueous Solutions Using Sulphonyl and Carboxyl Functionalized Stearyl Alcohol Grafted Epichlorohydrin, T. S. Anirudhan, E. S. Aswathy R. Deepa. J Polym Environ. 2017. 25, 101–114. [Impact factor. 2.65]
                            43. Multicarboxyl‐Functionalized Nanocellulose/Nanobentonite Composite for the Effective Removal and Recovery of Uranium (VI), Thorium (IV), and Cobalt (II) from Nuclear Industry Effluents and Sea Water, T. S Anirudhan, R. Deepa, 2017 DOI: 10.1002/9781119441632.ch165 In book: Handbook of Composites from Renewable Materials (pp.465-486). Publisher SCRIVENER PUBLISHING Wiley ISBN: 978-1-119-22436-5
                            44. Fabrication of chemically modified graphene oxide/nano hydroxyapatite composite for adsorption and subsequent photocatalytic degradation of aureomycine hydrochloride, T.S.Anirudhan, R. Deepa, A.S.Nair, J. Indu. Engi. Chemi. 2017, 47, 415-430 [Impactfactor:5.289]
                            45. Nano-zinc oxide incorporated graphene oxide/ nanocellulose composite for the adsorption and photo catalytic degradation of ciprofloxacin hydrochloride from aqueous solutions. T.S.Anirudhan, J R Deepa Coll. Inter. Sci. 2017,490, 343-356 [Impact factor:7.489].
                            46. Synthesis, characterization and antibacterial studies of Co(II), Ni(II) and Zn(II) complexes of schiff base derived from 4-methoxy aniline”. S Mini and S Darsana;”  J. Pharm Bio Sci; 2017, 8(1): (p) 148 -153.
                            47. CO2 Reduction to CO in Water: Carbon Nanotube–Gold Nanohybrid as a Selective and Efficient Electrocatalyst. T. N. Huan, Praveen Prakash, P. Simon, G. lle Rousse, X. Xu, V. Artero, E. Gravel, Eric Doris and M. Fontecave ChemSusChem, 2016, 9, 2317. [Impact Factor:  962].
                            48. Direct and Co-Catalytic Oxidative Aromatization of 1,4-Dihydropyridines and Related Substrates using Gold Nanoparticles Supported on Carbon Nanotubes. Praveen Prakash, E. Gravel, H. Li, F. Miserque, A. Habert, M- den Hertog, W. L. Ling, I. N. N. Namboothiri and E. Doris Sci. Technol., 2016, 6, 6476. [Impact Factor: 5.726].
                            49. Supramolecular Assembly of Gold Nanoparticles on Carbon Nanotubes: Application to the Catalytic Oxidation of Hydroxylamines. Shah, P. Basu, Praveen Prakash, S. Donck, E. Gravel, I. N. N. Namboothiri and E. Doris Nanomaterials, 2016, 6, 37; doi:10.3390/nano6030037. [Impact Factor: 4.324].
                            50. Carbon Nanotube–Ruthenium Hybrids for the Partial Reduction of 2-Nitrochalcones: Easy Access to Quinoline N-Oxides. P. Basu, Praveen Prakash, E. Gravel, N. Shah, K. Bera, E. Doris and I. N. N. Namboothiri ChemCatChem, 2016, 8, 1298. [Impact Factor:  853].
                            51. Triphenylbismuth Carbonate-Mediated Oxidation of Hydroxylamines to Nitrones and in situ 1,3-Dipolar Cycloaddition. D-V. Nguyen, Praveen Prakash, E. Gravel and E. Doris RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 89238. [Impact Factor: 119].
                            52. An easy access to fused chromanones via rhodium catalyzed oxidative coupling of salicylaldehydes with heterobicyclic olefins. A. Vijayan, T.V. Baiju, E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, M. Shimi, N. Joseph, P. M. Pihko, S. Varughese and K.V. Radhakrishnan Tetrahedron, 2016, 72, 4007. [Impact Factor: 379].
                            53. Inter annual & long term variability of rain fall in Kerala”, Mini,V.K.,Pushpa,V.L.,Manoj,K.B., Vayu Mandal, 2016, Vol 42(1) 10.
                            54. Multicomponent Dipolar Cycloaddition Strategy: Combinatorial Synthesis of Novel Spiro-Tethered Pyrazolo[3,4-b]quinoline Hybrid Heterocycles; R V Sumesh, M Muthu, AI Almansour, R S Kumar, N Arumugam, S Athimoolam, EAJY Prabha and R R Kumar, ACS Combinatorial Science, 2016, 18 (5), 262-270 [Impact Factor : 3.381]
                            55. Fluorescein‐Based ‘‘Turn On’’Fluorescence Detection of Zn2+ and Its Applications in Imaging of Zn2+ in Apoptotic Cells; B Vidya, G Sivaraman, R V Sumesh and D Chellappa, ChemistrySelect, 2016, 1 (13), 4024-4029 [Impact Factor : 1.811].
                            56. Induction and Tunability of Self-Healing Property of Dendron Based Hydrogel Using Clay Nanocomposite. Balachandran Vivek, Prashant Kumar, and Edamana Prasad. Phys. Chem. B 2016, 120, 5262−5271. [Impact Fator-2.857].
                            57. Size-tunable hydrophilic cerium oxide nanoparticles as a ‘turn-on’fluorescence sensor for the rapid detection of ultr.alow concentrations of vitamin C, A Krishnan, TS ,Sreeremya, S Ghosh, RSC Adv. 2016, 6, 53550. [Impact factor:3.07]
                            58. Extraction of melamine from milk using a magnetic molecularly imprinted polymer. TS Anirudhan, J Christa, J R Deepa. Food Chemistry, 2016, 227, 85-92 [Impact factor: 6.306 ]
                            59. Functionalized polymeric silver nanoparticle hybrid network as a dual anti microbe: Synthesis, characterization, and antibacterial application, TS Anirudhan, Binusreejayan, J R Deepa, Appl. Poly. Sci. 2016,133(21) 43479.[Impact factor:2.56]
                            60. Silane Modified Chitosan for Efficient Loading and Controlled Transdermal Release of Diltiazem, T.S.Anirudhan, A S.Nair, J R Deepa, Journal of the Academy of Chemistry Teachers, 2(2) 2016, 10-13.
                            61. Nanocellulose/nanobentonite composite anchored with multi-carboxyl functional groups as an adsorbent for the effective removal of Cobalt (II) from nuclear industry wastewater T. S. Anirudhan, J.R. Deepa, J Christa J.Collo. Inter. Sci. 2016, 467 307-320 [Impact factor:7.489]
                            62. S. Anirudhan, Anoop S Nair, J R Deepa, Chitosan Grafted Copolymers for Drug Delivery Applications, Biopolymer Grafting, In book: 2016 (Elsevier).
                            63. “Studies on the Dyeing Properties of Zn(II) Complexes of 2-chloro-5-(2,4-Dihydroxy phenylazo)phenyl) Phenylmethanone and 3- hydroxy -4-(1-Hydroxynaphthalene -2-ylazo) Naphthalene-1-Sulfonicacid”; Mini S. and Sadasivan V;  Research Journal of Recent Sciences;, 2016. 5(9), 26.
                            64. “Synthesis, characterisation and biological studies of metal complexes of the schiff base {2-[furan-2-yl methyleneamino]pyridine-3-ol}.” S Mini and V Sadasivan; J. Adv. Res. 2016, 4(8), 1555-1562;
                            65. “Synthesis and characterization of Ni(II) and Zn(II) complexes of an azodye derived from 2-amino-5-chloro benzophenone”.; S. Mini.; J. Adv. Res. 2016, 4(11), 886-891,.
                            66. Synthesis, spectral and biological studies of Mn(II), Co(II) and Cu(II) complexes of [2-chloro-5-(2,4-dihydroxyphenyl azo)phenyl] phenylmethanone.”; S Mini and V Sadasivan.; J. Adv. Res. 2016, 4(10), 212-22.
                            67. Preparation and characterization of nano Fe(III) oxide by the thermal decomposition of Fe(III) chelates.”; . S Mini and V Sadasivan.;” J. Adv. Res. 2016, 4(9), 721-733.
                            68. “Zinc Chelates as Activators for Sulphur Vulcanization of Natural Rubber; Vidya V.G, Sadasivan V & Mini S;  Imperial Journal of Interdisciplinary Research (IJIR); 2016, Vol-2, Issue-10, 720-724.
                            69. Mild and Selective Catalytic Oxidation of Organic Substrates by a Carbon Nanotube-Rhodium Nanohybrid. S. Donck, E. Gravel, A. Li, Praveen Prakash, N. Shah, J. Leroy, H. Li, I. N. N. Namboothiri and E. Doris Sci. Technol., 2015, 5, 4542. [Impact Factor: 5.726].
                            70. Polydiacetylene Nanotubes in Heterogeneous Catalysis: Application to the Gold-Mediated Oxidation of Silanes. Villemin, E. Gravel, D. V. Jawale, Praveen Prakash, I. N. N. Namboothiri and E. Doris Macromol. Chem. Phys., 2015, 216, 2398. [Impact Factor: 2.622].
                            71. Lewis Acid Catalyzed C-3 Alkylidenecyclopentenylation of Indoles: An Easy Access to Functionalized Indoles and Bisindoles. S. S. Chand, B. S. Sasidhar, Praveen Prakash, P. Sasikumar, P. Preethanuj, F. Jaroschik, D. Harakat, J-L. Vasse and K. V. Radhakrishnan RSC Adv., 2015, 5, 38075. [Impact Factor: 119].
                            72. Processing of Porous Ceramics using Aluminium Derived Binders and Sacrificial Porogen Leaching Method, V.G. Resmi, K.M Sree Manu, P. Deepa, V. Lakshmi, T.P.D. Rajan, C. Pavithran and B.C.Pai. Materials Science Forum, 2015, 830-831, 448-451.
                            73. Ultrasonic-Assisted Electroless Coating of Ni-B Alloy and Composites on Aluminum Alloy Substrates, Jerin K. Pancrecious, P. Deepa, R. Ramya, T.P.D. Rajan, E. Bhoje Gowd and B.C. Pai. Materials Science Forum, 2015, 830-831, 687-690.
                            74. Processing of Porous SiC by Aluminum-Derived Binders and Sacrificial Porogen Leaching Method, V.G. Resmi, P. Deepa, T. P. D. Rajan, C. Pavithran, B. C. Pai; Int. J. Appl. Ceram. Technol., 2015, 12 [5], 967-975.
                            75. Processing of porous ceramics using aluminium derived binders and sacrificial porogen leaching method, Resmi, V. G., Sree Manu, K. M., Deepa, J. P., Lakshmi, V., Rajan, T. P. D., Pavithran, C., & Pai, B. C.; Materials Science Forum2015, 830–831, 448-451.
                            76. Concentration dependent pore morphological tuning of kaolin clay foams using sodium dodecyl sulphate as foaming agent, V. Lakshmi, V.G. Resmi, Annu Raju, P. Deepa, T.P.D. Rajan, C. Pavithran, B.C. Pai; Ceramics International, 2015, 41[ 10] B9, 14263-14269.
                            77. Shape Selective Oriented Cerium Oxide Nanocrystals Permit Assessment of the Effect of the Exposed Facets on Catalytic Activity and Oxygen Storage Cap.acity,TS Sreeremya, A Krishnan, KC Remani, KR Patil, DF Brougham, S Ghosh, ACS Appl. Mater. Interf, 2015[Impact factor:8.758]
                            78. Tailoring the surface properties of cerium oxide nanoabrasives through morphology control for glass CMP,TS Sreeremya, M Prabhakaran, S Ghosh, RSC adv., 2015, 5 , 84056. [Impact factor:3.07]
                            79. Morphological evolution and growth of cerium oxide nanostructures by virtue of organic ligands as well as monomer concentration,A Krishnan, TS Sreeremya, S Ghosh, CrystEngComm., 2015 17, 7094. [Impact factor:3.117]
                            80. Concentration quenching in cerium oxide dispersions via a Förster resonance energy transfer mechanism facilitates the identification of fatty acids,A Krishnan, TS Sreeremya, AP Mohamed, US Hareesh, S Ghosh, RSC Adv., 2015, 5 , 23965. [ Impact factor :3.07]
                            81. Carboxylate Functionalized Chitosan/Bentonite Composite Matrix as a  Cation Exchange for the Removal of Pb (II) From Aqueous Media. Rijith, T. S. Anirudhan, V. S. Sumi, P. K. Anitha, S.Abhilash and S. M. A Shibli, Kinetic and Equilibrium Studies, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 2015, Vol. 31, No.(2),.1113-1120.  [IF- 0.479]
                            82. Sorptive potential of glutaraldehyde cross-linked epoxyaminated chitosan for the removal of Pb(II) from aqueous media: kinetics and thermodynamic profile. S Rijith, T S Anirudhan, V S Sumi, T Shripathi, Desalination and Water Treatment 2015, 1–15.
                            83. A facile tandem Michael addition/O-cyclization/elimination route to novel chromeno[3,2-c]pyridines; R V Sumesh, A Malathi and R R Kumar, Molecular Diversity, 2015, 19 (2), 233-249 [Impact Factor : 2.070]
                            84. Regioselective synthesis of novel dispiro oxindole–pyrrolizine–thiazolidine-2, 4-dione hybrids; S Ponnuchamy, R V Sumesh and R R Kumar, Tetrahedron letters, 2015, 56 (29), 4374-4376 [Impact Factor : 2.379]
                            85. Reusable Self-Healing Hydrogels Realized via in Situ Polymerization. Balachandran Vivek and Edamana Prasad. Phys. Chem. B 2015, 119, 4881−4887. [Impact Fator-2.857]
                            86. Synthesis and characterization of multi-carboxyl-functionalized nanocellulose/nanobentonite composite for the adsorption of uranium(VI) from aqueous solutions: Kinetic and equilibrium profiles, TS Anirudhan, R. Deepa, Binusreejayan. Chem. Engi. J. 2015, 273, 390-400
                            87. “Synthesis and Spectral Studies of Metal Complexes of a Schiff Base Derived from (2-amino-5-chlorophenyl) Phenyl  Methanone”, Mini, S.; Sadasivan, V.; Meena, S.S. and Pramod Bhatt ; Chim.Acta, Part A, Molecular and Biomolecular spectroscopy, 2015, Vol.15 , 598-604.
                            88. Rhodium(III)-Catalyzed C-H Activation of Phenylazoles toward C-N Bond Cleavage of Diazabicyclic Olefins: A Facile Access to mono– and bis– Cyclopentenyl Functionalized Aza-heteroaromatics. Praveen Prakash, P. S. Aparna, E. Jijy, P. V. Santhini, S. Varughese and K. V. Radhakrishnan. Synlett, 2014, 25, 275. [Impact Factor: 369].
                            89. Rhodium(III) Catalyzed Synthesis of Isoquinolone Fused Azabicycles through C-H Activation of N-Pivaloyloxybenzamides. Praveen Prakash, E. Jijy, P. S. Aparna, S. Viji and K. V. Radhakrishnan Tetrahedron Lett., 2014, 55, [Impact Factor: 2.275].
                            90. Trapping the Lewis Acid Generated Transient Species from Pentafulvene Derived Diazanorbornenes with ortho-Functionalized Aryl Iodides and Aliphatic Alcohols. S. Chand, S. Saranya, P. Preethanuj, B. P. Dhanya, E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, J. Szymoniak, P. V. Santhini and K. V. Radhakrishnan Org. Biomol. Chem., 2014, 12, 3045. [Impact Factor: 3.490].
                            91. Ruthenium Catalyzed Desymmetrization of Diazabicyclic Olefins to Access Heteroaryl Substituted Cyclopentenes through C-H Activation of Phenylazoles. S. Aparna, B. Prabha,Praveen Prakash, E. Jijy, R. L. Varma and K. V. Radhakrishnan Tetrahedron  Lett., 2014, 55, 865. [Impact Factor:  2.275].
                            92. Palladium Catalyzed Decarboxylative1,2-addition of Allyl Carbonates to Carbonyl group of Squarates and Isatins. T. V. Baiju, N. Joseph, J. Ajit, Praveen Prakash, K. V. Radhakrishnan. and Y. Yamamoto Synlett, 2014, 25, 1246. [Impact Factor: 369].
                            93. Palladium-Catalyzed Ring Opening of Cyclopropane-Appended Spirotricyclic Olefins with Soft Nucleophiles and Organoboronic Acids: Facile Synthesis of Functionalized Spiro[2.4]heptenes. E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, T. V. Baiju, M. Shimi, E. Suresh and K. V. Radhakrishnan Synthesis, 2014, 46, 2629. [Impact Factor: 867].
                            94. Spectroscopic studies on two mono nuclear iron (III) complexes derived from a Schiff base and an azodye”, Mini, S.; Sadasivan, V.; Meena, S.S. and Pramod Bhatt, AIP Conf.Proc., 2014, 322-326. 1620.
                            95. “Synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and biological studiesof copper(II) complex derived from salycyloyl hydrazide with furfuraldehyde”, .Vidya, V.G., Mini, S., Research journal of recent sciences, 2014,Vol. 3(ISC-2013), 154-156.
                            96. Synthesis and characterization of cerium oxide based nanofluids: An efficient coolant in heat transport applicatios, TS Sreeremya, A Krishnan, AP Mohamed, US Hareesh, S Ghosh, Eng J. 2014 , 2255, 282,[ Impact factor:10.652]
                            97. Facile synthetic strategy of oleophilic zirconia nanoparticles allows preparation of highly stable thermo-conductive coolant,TS Sreeremya, A Krishnan, LN Satapathy, S Ghosh, RSC Adv.,2014 53, 28020, [ Impact factor:3.07]
                            98. Ultrasound-Assisted Sequential Multicomponent Strategy for the Combinatorial Synthesis of Novel Coumarin Hybrids; S Kanchithalaivan, R V Sumesh and R R Kumar, ACS combinatorial science, 2014, 16 (10), 566-572 [Impact Factor : 3.381]
                            99. Palladium Catalyzed Skeletal Rearrangement of Spirotricyclic Olefins: A facile One Pot Strategy for the Synthesis of a Novel Motif with Cyclopentene Fused to Benzofuran and Pyrazolidine. Praveen Prakash, E. Jijy, P. Preethalayam, P. M. Pihko, S.S. Chand and K. V. Radhakrishnan Eur. J., 2013, 19, 10473. [Impact Factor: 5.16].
                            100. Rhodium Catalyzed Oxidative Coupling of Salicylaldehydes with Azabicyclic Olefins: A One Pot Strategy involving Aldehyde C-H Cleavage and p-Allyl Chemistry towards the Synthesis of Fused Ring Chromanones. E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, M. Shimi, P. M. Pihko, N. Joseph and K. V. Radhakrishnan Commun., 2013, 49, 7349. [Impact Factor: 6.164].
                            101. Palladium/Lewis Acid Mediated Domino Reaction of Pentafulvene Derived Diazabicyclic Olefins: Efficient Access to Spiropentacyclic Motif with an Indoline and Pyrazolidine fused to Cyclopentene S. Chand, E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, J. Szymoniak, P. Preethanuj, B. P. Dhanya and K.V. Radhakrishnan Org. Lett., 2013, 15, 3338. [Impact Factor: 6.555].
                            102. Mild Rhodium(I) Catalyzed Ring Opening of Cyclopropane Appended Spirotricyclic Olefins through C-H Activation of Arylboronic Acids. Praveen Prakash, E. Jijy, M. Shimi, P. S. Aparna, E. Suresh and K. V. Radhakrishnan RSC Adv., 2013, 3, [Impact Factor: 3.119].
                            103. Rhodium(III)-Catalyzed De-symmetrization of Strained Olefins through C-H Activation of O-Acetyl Ketoximes: An Efficient Synthesis of trans-Functionalized Cyclopentenes and Spiro[2.4] heptenes. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, M. Shimi, S. Saranya, P. Preethanuj, P. M. Pihko, Sunil Varughese and K. V. Radhakrishnan. Tetrahedron Lett., 2013, 54, 7127. [Impact Factor: 2.275].
                            104. Synthesis of Functionalized Indanes via Palladium Catalyzed Carboannulation of Diazabicyclic Olefins with o-Iodostyrenes. E. Jijy, Praveen Prakash, S. Saranya and K.V. Radhakrishnan, Synthesis, 2013, 45, 2583. [Impact Factor: 867].
                            105. Cycloaddition Profile of Pentafulvenes with 3-Oxidopyrylium Betaines: Effect of Solvent, Temperature and Base on Periselectivity J. M. Kuthanapillil, A. Nijamudheen, Praveen Prakash, E. Suresh, A. Datta, and K. V. Radhakrishnan Tetrahedron, 2013, 69, [Impact Factor: 2.379].
                            106. Palladium Catalyzed Reaction of ortho Functionalized Aryl Iodides with Bicyclic Hydrazines: Facile Route towards Heteroannulated Cyclopentenes and Azabicycles. J. John, R. Rajan, S. S. Chand, Praveen Prakash, N. Joseph, E. Suresh and K. V. Radhakrishnan Tetrahedron, 2013, 69, 152. [Impact Factor: 379].
                            107. Influence of autocatalytic coating bath parameters on the formation of copper over surface treated boron carbide particles, P. Deepa, T. P. D. Rajan, C. Pavithran, B. C. Pai; Surface & Coatings Technology 2013, 214, 77–85.
                            108. “Synthesis and characterization of Fe(III) complex of an azo dye derived from (2-amino-5-chlorophenyl) phenyl methanone”, Mini, S.; Meena, S.S.; Pramod Bhatt, Sadasivan, V. and  Vidya, V.G AIP Conf.Proc., 2013, 1011-1012, 1536.
                            109. “Spectroscopic studies on Fe(II) and Fe(III) complexes of 5-aryl azo substituted 1H-pyrimidine-2-4-dione”, Vidya, V.G.; Sadasivan, V.; Meena, S.S. and Pramod Bhatt; Mini, S., AIP Conf.Proc., 2013, 1009-1010, 1536.
                            110. “Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of a azodye Derived from (2-amino-5-chlorophenyl) phenyl methanone” and its Cu(II) complex, Mini, S.; Sadasivan, V. and Vidya, V.G., National Conference on New vistas and challenges in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry, Sathyabama University, Chennai, January 2013. ISBN:978-81-922119-7-8.
                            111. One-pot synthesis of ultra-small cerium oxide nanodots exhibiting multi-colored fluorescence, A Krishnan, TS Sreeremya, E Murray, S Ghosh, colloids and interf. sci. 2013, 389, 16. [ Impact factor:7.489]
                            112. In Silico Development For Cholesterol Management-By The Inhibition Of Lanosterol Synthase, AS Soubhagya, UC Jaleel, VL Pushpa, IOSR-JAC, 2012, 3, 33-37 [Impact Factor: 3.149]
                            113. Formation of Electroless Ni-B coating on Boron Carbide Particles for Composite Processing, P. Deepa, T.P.D. Rajan, C. Pavithran and B.C. Pai; Materials Science Forum 2012, Vol. 710, 359-364.
                            114. Ultra-thin cerium oxide nanostructures through a facile aqueous synthetic strategy TS Sreeremya, A Krishnan, SJ Iyengar, S Ghosh, Inter., 2012 38, 3023. [Impact factor3.64]
                            115. A highly efficient carboxyl-terminated hybrid adsorbent composite matrix for the adsorptiuonm of uranium(VI) and thorium(IV) from aqeous solutions and nuclear industry effluents, T .S. Anirudhan, Rijith, V. R. N. Ratheesh, Desalination and Water Treatment 2012 38(1-3) 79-89, Europian Desalination Society.
                            116. Synthesis and characterization of carboxyl terminated poly(methacrylic acid)grafted chitosan/bentonite composite and its application for the recovery of uranium(VI) from aqueous media T .S. Anirudhan, C. D. Bringle, Rijith, Journal of Environmental Radio Activity 2012, 106, 8-19.
                            117. Evaluation of Iron(III) Chelated Polymer Grafted Lignocellulosics for Arsenic(V) Adsorption in a Batch Reactor System Rijith, T .S. Anirudhan, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 2012, 51(32), 10682−10694.
                            118. Analysis of effluents discharged to Ashtamudi Lake from china clay industries , . Suma. S, S.V., Chithra.P.G International Journal of Chemistry Research, 2012, Vol 3, Issue 1.
                            119. Studies on the Influence of Surface Pre-treatments on Electroless Copper Coating of Boron Carbide Particles, P. Deepa, V.G. Resmi, T.P.D. Rajan, C. Pavithran and B.C. Pai; Applied Surface Science 2011, 257, 7466–7474.
                            120. Studies on the Effect of Processing Parameters on Electroless Coating of Copper on Boron Carbide Particles, Deepa J.P., Resmi V.G., T.P.D. Rajan, C.Pavithran and B.C. Pai; Trans Ind. Inst. Metals, 2011, 641-2}, 47-51.
                            121. A Novel Aqueous Route to Fabricate Ultrasmall Monodisperse Lipophilic Cerium oide Nanoparticles, TS Sreeremya, KM Thulasi, A Krishnan, S Ghosh, Eng Chem. Res. 2011, 51, 318. [Impact factor: 3.573].
                            122. “Domino alkylation/oxa-Michael of 1,3-cyclohexanediones: Steering the C/O-chemoselectivity to reach tetrahydrobenzofuranones” Devi, R. B.; Henrot, M.; De Paolis, M.;* Maddaluno, J. Biomol. Chem., 2011, 9, 6509-6512. (Impact Factor -3.64)
                            123. Synthesis and Characterization of a Novel Graft Copolymer Containing Carboxyl Groups and Its Application to Extract Uranium(VI) from Aqueous Media. T .S. Anirudhan, R. Tharun, S. Rijith and P.S. Suchithra Journal of Applied Polymer Science 2011, 122(2), 874-884.
                            124. Growth of monodisperse nanocrystals of cerium oxide during synthesis and annealing, S Ghosh, D Divya, K C Remani, T S Sreeremya, Nanopart. Res., 2010, 12, 1905. [Impact factor: 2.13]
                            125. Monodisperse nanofluid of ceria crystals by facile aqueous method; phase transfer in to apolar solvents, A Krishnan, T S Sreeremya, S Ghosh,Proceedings of DAE-BRNS third international symposium on materials chemistry, 2010.
                            126. Chiral 3-aminopyrrolidines as a rigid diamino scaffold for organocatalysis and organometallic chemistry. Pouliquen, J. Blanchet, M. De Paolis, Devi, B. R. J. Rouden,* M.-C. Lasne and J. Maddaluno. Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, 2010, 1511-1521. (Impact Factor -2.39)
                            127. Novel Multicomponent Reaction Involving Isoquinoline, Dimethyl Acetylenedicarboxylate and Isatilidenes: A Novel Protocol for the Synthesis of Functionalized Spiro-Oxindoles. Nair, V.; Devi, R. Journal of Chemical Sciences, 2008, 179. (Impact Factor -1.64)
                            128. A Novel Multicomponent Protocol for the Synthesis of Oxazinobenzothiazole Derivatives. Nair, V.; Abhilash, N.; Devi, B. R.; Suresh, E. Tetrahedron Lett. 2007, 48, 4391. (Impact Factor -2.39)
                            129. A Facile Synthesis of Thiaaza-and Thiadiaza-fluorene Derivatives Involving Benzothiazole-DMAD Zwitterion with Arylidenemalononitriles and N-Tosylimines. Nair, V.; Devi, B. R.; Paul, R. R.; Pillai, A. N. Heterocycles 2007, 73, 249. (Impact Factor -1.89)
                            130. Lipid Metabolism in Hexachlorocyclohexane treated rats fed dietary fiber,K Serji, KS Devi, KB Manoj, VL Pushpa, K Mohan, ACTA CIENCIA INDICA CHEMISTRY , 2007, 33 (3), 323.
                            131. Synthetic and Bateriological studies on phthalyl sulphathiazole metal chelates, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj, MS Latha, K Serji, K Mohan, ACTA CIENCIA INDICA CHEMISTRY, 2007 33 (2), 201.
                            132. Qsar modeling of toxic effect of phthalyl sulphathiazole metal chelates, K Mohan, M Salim, G Abraham, V Prasad, A Jabbar, VL Pushpa, KB Manoj, ACTA CIENCIA INDICA CHEMISTRY , 2007, 33 (4), 577.
                            133. Synthetic and bacteriological studies on 5-alkyl substituted phthalyl sulphathiazole metal chelates, A VL Pushpa, KB Manoj, MS Latha, R Mohan, K Serji, CTA CIENCIA INDICA CHEMISTRY 2007, 33 (4), 605.
                            134. The Huisgen 1,4-Dipolar Cycloaddition Involving Isoquinoline, Dimethyl butynedioate and Activated Styrenes: A Facile Synthesis of Tetrahydrobenzoquinolizine Derivatives. Nair, V.; Devi, B. R.; Varma, R. L. Tetrahedron Lett. 2005, 46, 3333. (Impact Factor -2.39)
                            135. Novel Pyridine Catalyzed Reaction of Dimethyl Acetylenedicarboxylate (DMAD) and Arylidenemalonontriles: A Stereoselective Synthesis of Highly substituted Buta-1,3-dienes. Nair, V.; Devi, B. R; Vidya, N.; Abhilash, N.; Menon, R. S. Tetrahedron Lett. 2004, 45, 3203. (Impact Factor -2.39)
                            136. Novel One-pot Four-component Reaction of Isocyanides, Dimethyl Acetylenedicarboxylate and Cyclobutene-1,2-diones: Synthesis of Novel Spiroheterocycle. Nair, V.; Menon, R. S.; Deepthi, A.; Devi, B. R. Tetrahedron Lett. 2004, 45, 1337. (Impact Factor -2.39)
                            137. Application of titanium dioxide semiconductor photocatalysis in the photo mineralization of dyes in textile industry effluents R Jain, S Sharma, S V Manoj, S P Bansal and K S Gupta. Indian J Environ Protection., 2004, 23, 63-68.
                            138. Pyridine Catalyzed Reaction of Dimethyl Acetylenedicarboxylate with Carbonyl Compounds and N-Tosylimines: Efficient Synthesis of 2-Benzoyl fumarates and 1-Azadienes. Nair, V.; Sreekanth, A. R.; Abhilash, N.; Biju, A. T.; Devi, B. R.; Menon, R. S.; Rath, N. P.; Sreenivas, R. Synthesis 2003, 1895. (Impact Factor -2.88)
                            139. Kinetic of diammine silver(I) catalysed oxidation of sulphur(IV) by dioxygen in ammonia buffers. K S Gupta, P Bhargava and S V Manoj Met Chem. 2001, 26, 71-75.
                            140. Iron, copper andmanganese concentrations in rain water samples in two urban sites in western India and the kinetics of oxidation of sulphur dioxide , Manoj S V, C D Mishra, Rani A, S P Bansal and K S Gupta, Atmospheric Environment 2000, 34, 4479-4486.
                            141. Kinetics of tetrammine copper(II) catalysed oxidation of sulphur(IV) by peroxodisulphate in ammonia buffer. K S Gupta, P Bhargava and Manoj S V, Met Chem., 2000, 25, 274-278
                            142. Kinetics and mechanism of silver(I) catalysed autoxidation of aqueous sulphur(IV) in acetate buffered medium, K S Gupta, P Bhargava, Manoj S V and R Bhargava, Met Chem., 2000, 25, 329-332
                            143. Kinetics and mechanism of heterogeneous cadmium sulphide and homogeneous manganese(II) catalysed oxidation of sulphur(IV) by dioxygen in acetate buffered medium. S V Manoj, R Singh, M Sharma and K S Gupta,  Indian J Chem., 2000, 39A, 507-521.
                            144. Role of cuprous oxide in the autoxidation of aqueous sulphur dioxide and its atmospheric implications, S V Manoj, M Sharma and K S Gupta, Atmospheric Environment, 1999, 33, 1503-1512.
                            145. Role of manganese dioxide in the oxidation of aqueous aqueous sulphur(IV) in oxic and anoxic suspensions., K S Gupta, R Singh, D Saxena, Manoj S V and M Sharma, Indian J Chem., 1999, 38, 1129 – 1138.
                            146. Removal of dyes from textile dyeing and printing industry effluents through charcoal as an adsorbent, R Jain, Manoj S V and K S Gupta, Indian J Environ Protection., 1999, 19, 36 – 42.
                            147. Kinetics of silver(I) catalysed oxidation of sulphur(IV) by peroxo disulphate , K. S. Gupta, P Bhargava and S V Manoj Indian J Chem. 1999, 38A, 692- 697.

                            Research

                            Areas of Research

                            1. Computational Chemistry
                            2. Nano Chemistry
                            3. Kinetics
                            4. Electrochemistry
                            5. Synthetic Organic Chemistry
                            6. Catalysis
                            7. Adsorption
                            8. Corrosion Inhibitors
                            9. Cathodic Protection
                            10. Electroplating
                            11. Membrane Chemistry
                            12. Electrode Modification

                            Research Supervisors

                            1. Dr. K. B. Manoj (Syndicate Member, University of Kerala)
                            2. Dr. Pushpa V. L.
                            3. Dr. S. V. Manoj 
                            4. Dr. Rijith S. 
                            5. Dr. M. S. Latha (Principal, S.N. College, Chathannur)
                            6. Dr. Arun V. (HoD, Dept. of Chemistry, S.N. College, Punalur)

                            Ongoing Reasearch Activities (Ph. D.)

                            SL NoSupervisorNature of ResearchResearch Scholar
                            1Dr. K. B. ManojPart TimeSuchitra Surendran
                            2Dr. K. B. Manoj Part TimeAthira G.
                            3Dr. V. L. PushpaPart TimeSunitha V. R.
                            4Dr. V. L. PushpaFull TimeAchutha A. S.
                            5Dr. S. V. ManojFull Time Seema S.
                            6Dr. Rijith S. Full Time Sarika S.
                            7Dr. Rijith S. Full Time Suma Mahesh S.
                            8Dr. Rijith S. Part TimeAbhilash S.
                            9Dr. Rijith S. Part TimePavitha P. A.
                            10Dr. Arun V.Part TimeShiju Thomas
                            11Dr. Arun V.Part TimeBarakala Pushpa
                            12Dr. Arun V.Part TimeNeetu Pradep
                            13Dr. Arun V.Part TimeRaji V.

                            Minor Research Projects

                            Sl NoInvestigatorTitle of ProjectFunding AgencyPeriod YrsAmount
                            1Dr. Rijith S.Solar Hydrogen Production through Hybrid Photo Electrochemical Assemblies: Preparation of TiO2 based Catalysts and their Applications. UGC2016-18
                            2Dr. S. V. ManojNano particle catalysed and metal ion catalysed autoxidation of aqueous SO2UGC2014-16198000
                            3Dr. Ambili Raj D. B.Development of Light conversion molecular devices based on Lanthanide chelate complexesUGC2014-16140000
                            4Sivakala S.Developmemnt of nanostructured organic-inorganic hybrid compositeUGC2014-16160000
                            5Dr. P. Nikhil ChandraCadmium removal from water using PEM membranes, UGC2013-15