Research & Publications

RESEARCHSPOTLIGHT

1260 management case-studies covering domains like Strategy, Marketing, Economics & Finance and others, bought across 68 countries.

362

Ph.D Scholars

41

Patents Filed

31

Funded Projects Sanctioned

70

Funded Projects Submitted

376

Research Publications

The Directorate of Research & Publication (DRP) at Amity University Gurugram is responsible for providing research leadership, which normally includes: promoting and facilitating leading- edge research, including collaborative and interdisciplinary research; building, and providing sufficient support for, a community of innovative researchers to enhance research capacity at the university.

Under the aegis of DRP our faculty competed and procured major grants funded by the Government Funding bodies such as DBT, DST, DAE, IUAC, MNRE, Ministry of Ayush etc. and as a consequence during preceding year more than 13 Cr worth projects were awarded to AUH and 41 patents were filed. AIB/AIISH could compete with a mega infrastructural grant from the DST to help set up a ‘Lipidomics Center’

University Research Thrust Areas

  • Banking & Insurance
  • Big-Data & Cyber Security
  • Bio Energy & BIo-Fuel
  • Bio-Technology
  • Clean Environment & Energy
  • Financial Analysis
  • Leadership Studies
  • Nano Science & Technology
  • Polymer Science & Technology
  • Psychology
  • Robotics & Artificial Intelligence
  • Stem Cell Research

Publications at a glance (2010-2017)

1. Lipidomics in Health and Diseases - Beyond the Analysis of Lipids

Dr. Rajendra Prasad

(Coordinator, FIST)

Amity Institute of Biotechnology

Funding Agency: Ministry of Science & Technology, DST
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 1.65 crore)

Fund for Improvement of S&T Infrastructure in Universities and Higher Educational Institutions (FIST) Program – 2016

"Lipidomics in Health and Diseases - Beyond the Analysis of Lipids"

Abstract

Lipids are a diverse group of metabolites that have many key biological functions, acting as structural components of cell membranes, energy storage sources and intermediates in signaling pathways. Due to their importance lipids are under tight homeostatic control and exhibit spatial and dynamic complexity at multiple levels. It is thus not surprising that altered lipid metabolism plays important roles in the pathogenesis of most of the common diseases. Lipidomics emerged as a discipline, which is dedicated to global study of lipidomes, including pathways and networks of lipids in biological systems. When studying the lipidomes at a systems level, one of the key challenges is how to address the lipid functionality at many physiological levels, from metabolic and signaling pathways to spatial systems such as cellular membranes and lipoprotein particles. Besides the better analytical techniques to study lipids, computational techniques have started to emerge which enable modeling of lipidomes in their spatial and dynamic context. Together, the recent methodological advances in lipidomics have a potential to open novel avenues for predictive and preventive medicine. Leading experts of Amity Institute of Biotechnology and Integrative Sciences and Health have teamed up to focus on progress in systems approaches to study lipids in health and disease, with specific emphasis on cancer, tuberculosis, neural disorders, host-pathogen interaction, cellular stresses, fungal infections and sustainable agriculture.

2. Unravelling the Role of mTORC2 in Regulation of Sphingolipid Biosynthesis in Mammalian Breast Cancer Cells

Dr. Ujjaini Dasgupta

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB) &
Amity Institute of Integrative Sciences and Health (AIISH)

Funding Agency: BIOCARE scheme- DBT 2016
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 60, 00, 000/-)

"Unravelling the Role of mTORC2 in Regulation of Sphingolipid Biosynthesis in Mammalian Breast Cancer Cells"

Abstract

mTORC2 pathway and sphingolipid biosynthesis play significant role in pathogenesis of cancer and therefore appears to be closely linked. In yeast TORC2 regulates sphingolipid biosynthesis, and this proposal will attempt to answer mTORC2 mediated regulation in mammalian cells. The sphingolipid profile in breast cancer cells in conditions where mTORC2 will be inhibited as compared to control will reveal its effect on sphingolipid biosynthesis. The corresponding effect on enzymes of the sphingolipid biosynthetic pathway will be determined and the effect of the alterations will be assessed on breast cancer invasion and metastasis by in vitro assays. Pharmacological/ genetic manipulations of the candidate sphingolipids will be done to mimic the effect of mTORC2 inhibition and re-evaluate its potential to improve cancer cell invasion and migration. This proposal thus specifically targets sphingolipid mediated mTORC2 specific therapeutic window to combat breast cancer progression

3. Evaluation of antimycobacterial potential of Qurs-e-Tabasheer Sartani (QTS) and Arq-e-Hara Bhara (AHB): A mechanistic approach

Dr. Zeeshan Fatima

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology

Dr. Saif Hameed

Co-Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology

Funding Agency: Ministry of AYUSH
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 48, 00, 000/-)

"Evaluation of antimycobacterial potential of Qurs-e-Tabasheer Sartani (QTS) and Arq-e-Hara Bhara (AHB): A mechanistic approach"

Abstract

New classes of antimycobacterial drugs are urgently required to combat MDR-TB and the natural products such as QTS and AHB could represent a novel set of leads which may allow the development of a pharmacologically acceptable antimycobacterial agents. Screening of these analogues will lead to the identification of compounds that are sufficiently potent to be useful as antimycobacterial chemotherapeutics. In addition, investigation into the mechanisms of action of these compounds is likely to be a productive area of research. Such information may assist in the optimization of a lead compound's activity, provide a focus for toxicological attention and aid in the anticipation of resistance. Also, characterization of the interaction between antimicrobial compounds and their target sites could potentially allow the design of potent inhibitors.

4. Comparative Sphingolipid Profiling of Breast Cancer Cell and Tissue Types for Identification of Potential Metastatic Biomarkers

Dr. Ujjaini Dasgupta

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB) &
Amity Institute of Integrative Sciences and Health (AIISH)

Funding Agency: EARLY CAREER RESEARCH AWARD, SERB, DST
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 45, 00, 000/-)

"Comparative Sphingolipid Profiling of Breast Cancer Cell and Tissue Types for Identification of Potential Metastatic Biomarkers"

Abstract

Breast Cancer is rapidly becoming a leading cause of mortality among females due to poor prognosis, partial response to chemotherapy and lack of targeted therapies. We propose to do comprehensive sphingolipid profiling of breast cancer cell subtypes to identify key sphingolipids dysregulated in different subtypes. Pharmacological and genetic approaches modulating these key sphingolipids will ascertain their role and effect on cell proliferation, migration and invasion, unraveling their co-relation to metastasis. To establish a clinical corelation, stage specific sphingolipid profiles will be determined from cancerous and normal breast tissue from patients screened and categorized into different subtypes. This will provide sphingolipid signatures and identify corresponding target enzymes from primary tumors of each stage and type playing a pivotal role in metastasis and highlight their relationship with the signatures obtained from in vitro studies. This insight will provide novel sphingolipid based therapeutic leads for different breast cancer subtypes targeting metastasis. Clinical data obtained from patient samples will be also compared with sphingolipid gene signatures from The Cancer genome Atlas (TCGA) breast carcinoma datasets. This will help us to conclude general stage- and type-specific regulation of sphingolipids in different breast cancer types and identify probable biomarkers for prognosis, and potential therapeutic targets. Bioinformatic analysis of sphingolipid signatures from the datasets will give a prognostic value of the signatures and a predictive view of metastatic tumor recurrence and patient survival

5. Role of Cyclic di-AMP in ribosome biogenesis, 16S rRNA methyltransferase (RsmD) function and drug resistance in Mycobacterium

Dr. Krishna Murari Sinha

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB)

Funding Agency: SERB EMR
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 40, 00, 000/-)

"Role of Cyclic di-AMP in ribosome biogenesis, 16S rRNA methyltransferase (RsmD) function and drug resistance in Mycobacterium"

Abstract

Emergence of drug resistant strains of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tb.) is a major hurdle in the treatment of tuberculosis disease. Ribosomes are one of the most common targets of antibiotics and mutations in different components of ribosomes are responsible for drug resistance. Biogenesis of ribosomes is a highly coordinated process initiating from the processing of primary RNA transcript into 23S, 16S and 5S rRNA. Nucleotides of these rRNAs are further modified by specific enzymes, r-proteins are added and modified leading to individual subunit formation followed by the formation of individual ribosomal subunits (50S and 30S) with the help of several assembly factors. Nucleotide modification of rRNAs is in concert with ribosome biogenesis. 16S rRNA which is 1542 nt long in E. coli and present in 30S subunit contains 10 methylated nucleotides and a pseudouridine residue. These modified nucleotides have important roles to play in translation and ribosome biogenesis. Methylation of G966 and C967 of 16S rRNA in E. coli are involved in maintaining the fidelity of initiation of translation. Methylated G966 also stabilizes a set of elongator t-RNAs at the P-site. G966 is methylated by RsmD at N2 position. We have previously shown that mycobacterial RsmD homolog (Rv2966c) has an N-terminal hairpin loop structure consisting of 16 amino acid residues. Further work has shown that the hairpin is involved in binding to cyclic diAMP. Cyclic di-AMP does not bind to Nterminal truncated Rv2966c or full length E. coli RsmD. We would like to understand the role of c-diAMP in Rv2966c biology. It will be interesting to find out whether Rv2966c has methyltransferase activity in disAΔ cells, its localization in ribosomes and whether the maturation of the ribosomes are affected in the mutant cells. We have also identified ribosomal proteins RplK and RpsA as interacting with c-diAMP. Role of signaling pathways like mTOR in the maturation of ribosomes are known in eukaryotes. Role of such signaling pathways is not known in prokaryotes. Understanding this signaling pathway would help to unravel the mechanism of emergence of drug resistance in Mycobacterium and could be utilized for drug designing against the bacteria.

6. Entrepreneurial Education/Training to respective students under National Scheme of Entrepreneurship Development

Dr. Vikas Madhukar

Principal Investigator

Amity Busines School & (Incubator Team Members) Ayush Awasthi and Rishabh Patel

Funding Agency: Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Government of India
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 9, 00, 000/-)

Entrepreneurial Education/Training to respective students under National Scheme of Entrepreneurship Development

Abstract

The Project aims at creating an enabling ecosystem for entrepreneurship promotion among youth through entrepreneurship education and training, advocacy and easy access to entrepreneurship support network and promotion of social entrepreneurship. The proposed entrepreneurship development programme is likely to create approx. 30,000 start-ups over five years. Consequently, these start-ups will result in creation of approx. 2,60,000 direct and indirect jobs.

7. Farmer Training Project

Dr. Viveak Ballyan

Principal Investigator

Center for Medicinal Plant & Traditional Knowledge

Funding Agency – Haryana State Horticulture Development Agency Panchkula
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 3.25 Lakhs)

"Farmer Training Project"

Abstract

This Project is funded by NHM (National Horticulture Mission) and it is being conducted by Amity University Gurugram . The purpose of this project is to make the farmer aware about horticulture crops.

In this project Farmer Training Program are organized, in which the farmer get information about horticulture crops ( marigold ,Gladiolus, Cut flower etc.) and they also get discussion about the different parts of the crops like Plant propagation ,Irrigation Disease management ,Marketing and sales ,Storage Cut flowers and Seed production etc. With this information ,farmer are provided with the valuable suggestion of farmer scientists farmers get various things related to the topics to increase their knowledge as well as they get study material and refreshment also.

8. Exploring the role of G-quadruplex motifs in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis

Dr. Tani Agarwal

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB)

Funding Agency: Department of Science and Technology, SERB
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 31, 03, 000/-)

"Exploring the role of G-quadruplex motifs in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis"

Abstract

G-quadruplexes are secondary structures of nucleic acids often found in important regulatory regions of the genome. Numerous research reports demonstrate the role of G-quadruplexes as transcriptional modifiers in human genes. Other organisms where G-quadruplex motifs have been reported are S. cerevisiae, C. elegans, Danio rerio etc. but reports of G-quadruplexes and their roles in prokaryotes are very few, limited mostly to E.coli. The presence of G-quadruplexes in the genome of pathogens especially Mycobacterium tuberculosis has never been tested before. The current proposal aims to explore G-quadruplexes and their role in regulating the biology of Mycobacterium tuberculosis. The current research project will be important in enriching the fundamental understanding of G-quadruplex structures, especially in Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Secondly, this project will provide valuable insights in managing M.tb which is responsible for the deadly disease. Lastly, this study will be a hall mark in the interface of structural biology and infectious disease biology and will attract the attention of diverse research groups.

9. Developing rapid, sensitive, high throughput, user-friendly kit for routine detection of androgens and antiandrogens in water

Dr. Gargi Bagchi Bhattacharjee

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB)

Funding Agency: Department of Science and Technology, Water Research Initiative
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 30, 00, 000/-)

"Developing rapid, sensitive, high throughput, user-friendly kit for routine detection of androgens and antiandrogens in water"

Abstract

Water quality is an overwhelming problem India and worldwide. Since rivers and other water bodies act as the ultimate sink for all Industrial and household wastes, hence the water quality is poor and often dangerous for flora and fauna growing in these, and those who consume them. Many studies have demonstrated that the pollutants in the water cause hormonal changes or 'endocrine disruption' in the aquatic organisms. Our project aims to develop reporter assays that can identify the presence of such endocrine disruptive chemicals in water, especially those that can cause disruption in male hormone signaling. Currently, no such assay is available for checking water quality in India and the successful completion of this project would allow us to develop sensitive, high throughput, user-friendly tests for routine detection of androgens and antiandrogens in water.

10. Silica coated porous zinc oxide nanostructure: A potent nanocomposite for development of slow release agrochemicals

Dr. Nitai Debnath

Principal Investigator

Amity Institute of Biotechnology (AIB)

Funding Agency: Department of Science & Technology, SERB
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 26, 45, 000/-)

"Silica coated porous zinc oxide nanostructure: A potent nanocomposite for development of slow release agrochemicals"

Abstract

Indiscriminate use of agrochemicals in the form of pesticides, herbicides, fertilizers etc. end up contaminating ground water table and soil with highly toxic pesticide residues. If these agrochemicals are loaded within porous nanocarriers, the effective dose of the agrochemical will be reduced as they will be released slowly and will be available to the target for a longer period of time. In this project silica coated porous nano zinc oxide will be synthesized and its efficacy for delivery of agrochemicals will be studied. Nanosilica has entomotoxic property and nano zinc oxide has antimicrobila property. So not only the cargo but also the carrier will provide plant protection.

In this project the following targets will be achieved:

  • Synthesis of nanosilica conjugated porous zinc oxide nanostructures.
  • Physico-chemical characterization of silica coated zinc oxide nanorods
  • The incorporation of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorous (P), Potassium (K) fertilizers and insecticides (chemical insecticide like imidacloprid etc., botanical insecticide like azadirachtin etc.) within this nanocomposite will be studied.
  • The incorporation of different NPK fertilizers and insecticides within silica coated porous zinc oxide nanorods will be studied by FT-IR and HPLC. The release kinetics of the agrochemicals after different time points will be precisely estimated by HPLC.
  • Different bioassays will be designed to study the effect of these controlled release agrochemicals encapsulated by antimicrobial and entomotoxic nanocomposite on plants (like Vigna sp.) in green house. Effect of slow release insecticide will be tested on field insect pests like Spodoptera etc. The accumulation of these slow release fertilizers and insecticides on plant leaves and soil will also be studied in comparison with commercially available counter parts.
  • As the users will be exposed to the nanocomposite, a detailed toxicity study of it is of paramount importance. Standard toxicity assay like MTT assay, LDH etc. will be performed in cell line. Successful application of slow release agrochemicals will have huge impact in not only reducing the cost, but also in reducing the residual toxicity of these pollutants. The technology will be patented. Through industry collaborationlarge scaleproductionofthenanocomposite carrierwillbeplannedforits commercial application.
11. Development of Nanophosphors for Solid State Lighting: Electronic Structure and Luminescence related study

Dr. Ankush Vij

Principal Investigator

Department of Physics, ASAS

Funding Agency: Department of Atomic Energy-CSR Indore
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 13, 15, 000/-)

"Development of Nanophosphors for Solid State Lighting: Electronic Structure and Luminescence related study"

Abstract

Solid state lighting has a very bright future in various lighting applications because of their high energy efficiency and cost effectiveness compared to incandescent bulbs, thus such materials are important from energy saving point of view. A very effective way to produce white light from UV/blue light emitting diode (LED) is by coating suitable phosphors excitable by LED light, so that white light is produced either by mixing of basic colors or complementary colors. With respect to the presently used phosphors in white light LED systems, most of them do not meet the optimum requirements of white-light LEDs. Phosphors based on wide band gap nanoparticles or quantum dots offer advantages compared to conventional powder phosphors in many ways including negligible optical backscattering due to the small diameter of the dots. Owing to its remarkable properties as a host material, we propose here to synthesize SrZnO2based nanophosphorus using combustion and chemical co-precipitation technique by choosing appropriate rare earth ions and/or transition metal ions as dopant and co-dopant.

12. Ion beam induced modifications in MgO based nanophosphors: Luminescence and related studies

Dr. Ankush Vij

Principal Investigator

Department of Physics, ASAS

Funding Agency: Inter University Accelerator Centre (IUAC) New Delhi
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 10, 00, 000/-)

"Ion beam induced modifications in MgO based nanophosphors: Luminescence and related studies"

Abstract

MgO is a well known materials pertaining to its applications in diverse areas such as d0 magnetism, magnetic tunnel junctions, catalysis luminescence, radiation dosimetry etc. Although the material has been investigated for applications in thermoluminescence (TL) dosimetry for many decades, it has not found wide acceptance as a practical TL detector because of the high variability of its TL properties. However, recently it has been shown that lanthanides doped MgO with Li as co-dopant exhibits excellent TL properties suitable for radiation dosimetry. In addition, considering the potential of nanomaterials, it is worthwhile to explore the properties of rare earth ions doped MgO phosphors in their nano form. Since energetic particles as SHI are promising candidates for tailoring the properties of the materials and this energy deposition leads to the production of new color centers, defects and fragmentation of the grain boundaries which may modify their luminescent properties. However upto best of our knowledge, the use of energetic heavy ions has been restricted to MgO thin films for magnetic or electrical properties. We here therefore propose to study the ion beam induced modifications in MgO based nanophosphors.

13. Suryamitra Skill Development Programme

Prof. Padmakali Banerjee

Principal Investigator

Pro Vice-Chancellor, AUG

Prof. Subhra Das

Co-Principal Investigator

RED, ASAS

Ms. Reena Nigam

Co-Principal Investigator

ASI, AUG

Funding Agency: Funding Agency: Ministry of new and renewable energy
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 12, 57, 000/-)

"Suryamitra Skill Development Programme"

Abstract

Suryamitra Skill Development Program was launched under the Prime minister's Skill India Program, in the month of June 2015. Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE) assigned responsibility to NISE (National Institute of Solar Energy) for a country-wide launch of the prestigious Suryamitra Skill Development Program with a target to develop 50,000 youth in Solar PV installation by the year 2019 for the country. The main objective is to make youth employable. Placement support will be provided by the training Institution. Amity University Haryana is selected by National Institute of Solar Energy (NISE), Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, as a Suryamitra Training Institution.

14. Development of multiferroic magnetoelectric materials for multifunctional applications

Dr. Ankush Vij

Principal Investigator

Department of Physics, ASAS

Funding Agency: Department of Science Technology, SERB
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 11, 00, 000/-)

"Development of multiferroic magnetoelectric materials for multifunctional applications"

Abstract

Magnetoelectric multiferroic materials present a model system for exploring and manipulating the coupling between the electric and magnetic orders. In recent years magnetoelectric multiferroic materials have revolutionized the world of science and have been declared a thrust area from fundamental as well as application point of view. The coupling in such materials allows the electric field control of magnetic polarization and magnetic control of electric polarization and can lead to novel devices which can utilized in the information technology with higher speed, higher density and lower power consumption. In a broder vision, magnetoelectric effect include not only the coupling between the order parameters, but also involve related phenomena such as an electrically controlled exchange bias, electrically controlled magnetocrystalline anisotropy, and the effect of ferroelectricity on spin transport. The objective of the project is to understand mainly the challenges in growth of multiferroic materials (such as design of new material, thin film growth, effect of doping and strain) and then study their properties like magnetization and polarization switching phenomena, the dynamics of the domain wall motion, implication of these physical phenomena on the actual use of multiferroic and magneto-electrics in memory devices. In addition, understanding the origin of ferromagnetism in dilute magnetic semiconductors would also be one of the important tasks in the proposed work.

15. HRD Gardeners

Dr. Viveak Ballyan

Principal Investigator

Center for Medicinal Plant & Traditional Knowledge

Funding Agency – Haryana State Horticulture Development Agency Panchkula
(Sanctioned Amount: Rs 8.5 Lakhs)

"HRD Gardeners"

Abstract

This Project is funded by NHM (National Horticulture Mission) and Amity University Haryana has organised this . The purpose of this project is to increase the greenary in India and to reduce the pollution and skills management. In HRD Gardeners 50 Trainees (Gardeners) get the training. This Training is completed is two unit in a (6 month + 6 month) year. In the first unit we have trained 25 gardeners and imported them the information about plant propagation, Irrigation Management, Fertilizer & Manure, Preparation of orchard, Seed Treatment, Soil Testing, Lawn, Herbacious Border etc. Along with the training, the gardeners (trainees) got acquainted with ornamental trees, shrubs, Herbs, Climber, Medicinal Plants, Hedge, Edge etc. Which are available in Amity University campus Besides it, we look them for the Visit in agriculture nursery, Krishi Vigyan Kendra Shikophpur ICAR Kissan Mela and famous garden in NCR.

Sr.No. Name of the PI/Co-PI Institutions Title of the Project Proposal
1. Sanjeev Sharma, Brijesh Kumar (ASET & AINT) "Low cost, Light weight , Extemly Durable and Mechanically strong INAnostructural Aluminium/Soft metal for safety Helmet.
2. Prof. Rajendra Prasad, Dr Imen Rabhi (AIB) Candida parapsilosis complex isolates from Tunisian versus Indian patients; a comparative study
3. Dr. Biswarup Sen, Sonia Khoui,Co-PI Dr. R Khusgra (AIB) Biohythane production from agricultural residuces; Inluence of biomass pretreatment & bioreactor operation.
4. Dr. Luxita Sharma, Maj. Gen(Dr) Mahavir Singh, Dr.Zeeshan Fatima. (AMS,AIB) NutritioINAl evaluation and Organoleptic characteristics of food product (sINAck) developed from Oryza Sativa and Cicer Arientinum
5. Dr. Ujjaini Das Gupta (AIB) Unraveling the Role of mTORC2 in Regular of Sphingolid Biosynthesis in Mammalian Breaast Cancer Cells.
6. Dr. Madhu Joshi, Dr. PVS Raju, Dr. PCS Devara (ACOAST) Impact of Extreme Weather Events on "CC & Coastal Vulnerabilty"
7. Prof. Rajendra Prasad, Dr. Pierre Falson (AIB) Molecular basis of antifungal resistance mediated by Mdr1p of the human pathogenic Candida ablicans
8. Dr. Sumistha Das (AIB) INAnoparticle mediated RINAi in insects; A novel feeding assay based method for controlling insects pests
9. Dr. Kumar Gaurav, Dr. Joydeep Dutta (AIB & ASAS) Identiication and cutivatiion of suitable microlagal strains for sustaiINAble biodiesel production on a large scale.
10. Dr. Chander Shekhar, Dr. Ankush Vij, Dr.Shashi Kant (ASAS) Experimental Investigation on construction of phase diagram of dopud mg-zn system.
11. Prof. Burra Prasad (AIB) Sturctural studies of cyclic di - AMP based sigINAling of stress reponse in Mycobacterium and its role in pathogenicity.
12. Dr. Zeeshan Fatima (AIB) Exploring the BiosigINAture(s) in surge of point of care test for prognosis and treatment outcome of TB meningitis patients (Abstract attached)
13. Dr. Surender Khatodia (AIB) CRISPR/Cas mediated genome editing of biosynthesis in indian mustard for nutritioINAl improvement.
14. Gargi Bagchi PI (AIB) Developing rapid, sensitive, high throughput reporter systems for detecting hormone disruptive compounds in river YamuINA near Delhi NCR".
15. Dr. Tani Agarwal, Dr. Ravi Datta Sharma (AIB) Investigation the biological relevance of G quadruplex moits in neural developments and neurodegenerative diseases.
16. Dr. Ujjaini Dasgupta (AIB) Identiication of clinically relevant sphingolipid-based biomarkers cruciual for Tripal -Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) metastasis
17. Dr. Sumistha Das (AIB) Core shell INAnostructures for enhancements of plants photosynthesis and growth by augmenting chloroplast mediated photon absorption; A novel
18. Prof. Rajendra Prasad, Dr. Slwaomir Milewsk (AIB) Novel potential antifungal drug active against multidrug resistant yeast from the candida genus.
19. Prof. Rajendra Prasad (AIB) "Fund for Improvement of S&T infrastructure in University and Higher Education Institutuion (FIST) Programme-2016"
20. Prof. Subhra Das (ASAS) Renewable Energy Indo German Energy Programme, Competency Centre in Large Scale Inegrated Renewable Energy (LSGI RE)
21. Dr. Krishina Murari Sinha, Prof Burra Prasad. (AIB) Role of cycling di -AMP in DINA double-strand break repair,selection of the break repair pathway and pathogenicity in Mycobacterium.
22. Dr. Rishi Pal, Mr Rajpal (AIBAS) Multi-Lateral Factors responsible for Rape and Murder/Attempt to Murder after Rape in India and Remedial Strategies for controlling these factors
23. Dr. Zeeshan Fatima (AIB) Deciphering the diagnostic potential of alterINAtive body luid sample (whole blood,serum/plasma,CSF and urine) LIPIDS for extra - pulmoINAry tuberculosis.
24. Dr. Krishina Murari Sinha (AIB) Role of Cyclic di -AMP in ribosome biogenesis,165 rRINA methyltransferse (RsmD) function and drug resistance in Mycobacerium.
25. Prof. Rajendra Prasad (AIB) Sphingolipidmics of human pathogenic Candida role in developments of clinical drug resistance
26. Dr. Sangeeta Kumari (AIB) Molecular Approaches for Enzymatic production of industrially potent Microbial protease.
27. Prof. Rajendra Prasad (AIB) Discovery of novel marine microbial antifungals to overcome multidrug resistance
28. Prof. Rajendra Prasad (AIB) Developments of inhibitors for eflux pupm proteins involved in clinical anti -microbial resistance for enhancing antimicrobial potential.
29. Dr. Sangeeta Venkataraman (AIB) PG Diploma in Computatioinal Omics Technology
30. Dr. Ujjaini Dasgupta (AIB) Maternal Nutrition, one carbon metabolism, fetal growth and programming
31. Dr. Shaili Srivastava Nigam (Co- PI) Coordinator: Dr. Jyotsana Gupta (ASEEE) Genomic charaterization of biomarker for predicting risk for COPD in elderly for patient specic therapy in indian population.
32. Prof. Rajendra Prasad (AIB) Study of in depth genetic heterrogeneeity with respect to resistance and compensatory adaption of MDR Mtb clinically strains inside BM -Mesenchymal stem cells circulating in the North East Region (22952)
Sr.No. School Name Title Remarks
1. ASET, AINT Sanjeev Sharma & Dr. Birjesh Kuma Low cost, Light weight, extremely durable and mechanically strong nano-structured aluminium/ soft metal for safety helmet National
2. AMS Dr Luxita Sharma Nutritional quality and organoleptic properties of Low cost - Iron and Calcium rich chikki prepared from rice lake lour and nuts National
3. ASEES Dr. Shali Shrivastava Novel use of biosurfectant produce by Bacillus sp. Isolated from free air CO2 (FACE) enriched soil microbial community National
4. AMS Prof. Monica Chaudhry Simulated dark room retinoscopy goggle National
5. AMS Prof. Monica Chaudhry Affordable rapid tester for near vision correction National
6. ABS Prof. Padmakali Benerjee Trade Mark Registered

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National
Sr.No. Name Department Event Title National / International Event Dates
1. Dr. Ashutosh Kumar ABS Corporate Social Responsibility & Sustainable Development Kualalumpur, Malaysia 30th May-31st May, 2016
2. Dr. Sunil Kumar ABS International Conference at Atlanta Georgia, USA 17th June to 20th June,2016
3. Dr. Sangeeta Kumari AIB 3rd International Conference on Biotechnology, Bio Informatics, Bio Medical Sciences & Stem Cell Applications Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 1st July to 2nd July,2016
4. Dr. Deependra Sharma ABS International Conference at University Kualalumpur Kualalumpur, Malaysia 3rd Aug to 5th Aug,2016
5. Dr. Raneet Brajpuriya AINT International Conference on "Advanced Reconigurable Instrumentation for Scientiic Applications" Malaysia Kualalumpur, Mala 14th Nov to 25th Nov, 2016
6. Dr. Surender Khatodia AIB International Seminar on "Sustainable Resource Management towards food, energy, environment & livelihood", Germany Germany 27th Nov to 29th Nov, 2016
Sr.No. Name of Institution Name of the Candidate Name of the Guide Topics of Ph.D. Status
1. ASET Priyanka Dr. Priti Singh Development of image Compression Algorithms using Progressive Coeficients Signiicance Method To be Awarded in Convocation 2017
2. AIB Shikha Khandelwal Prof SM Paul Khurana, Prof BK Malik and Dr Anirudh Rishi Characterization and in silico analysis of anti microbial peptides in selected medicinal plants To be Awarded in Convocation 2017
3. AIB Madhupriya Prof SM Paul Khurana and Dr GP Rao Molecular characterizatioin of Phytoplasmas associated with important ornamental plant species in Northern India To be Awarded in Convocation 2017
4. ASAP Pallavi Tiwari (Sharma) Prof. S. K. Gupta Prof. Sangeeta Bagga Mehta,Associate Professor CCA Chandigarh Sustainable Planning of a Rural Settlement -A Case of Village Panchgaon, Gurugram Submitted
5. ASAP Mohd. Farhan Fazil Prof. S. K. Gupta Prof. Sangeeta Bagga Mehta,Associate Professor CCA Chandigarh Challenges to conserve the Architectural Heritage with Urban Planning and Development of AMU Submitted
6. ASAP Mohd Khalid Hasan Prof. S. K. Gupta Prof. Sangeeta Bagga Mehta, CCA Chandigarh "Leadership Role of Uraban Design in Quality Education" Submitted
7. ASET Charu jain Dr. Priti Singh Prof.(Dr) Ajay Rana Development of a robust verifcation system using Statistical Methods Submitted
8. ASAP Nishant Nathan Prof. S. K. Gupta Prof. Sangeeta Bagga Mehta,Associate Professor, Chandigarh Sustainable Transport System in Indian Cities considering population… Submitted
  • Dr. Rajendra Prasad Visit to Rutgers School of Public Health, USA, April 2016. International meeting of American Society of Microbiology (ASM) on Candida and Candidiasis, Seattle USA from 13-16th April, 2016.
  • Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Invited Speaker and Chairman,'A novel ABC transporter of Candida' 34th SMYTE, Greece, 29th August-1st September, 2016.
  • Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Invited talk in ' 30 years of MDR1 in cancer research', National Institute of Health (NIH), 23rd and 24th September, 2016, Bethesda, USA.
  • Dr Ranjeet K Brajpuriya received the ICTP International grant to attend the ICAEESE, Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia, from 14 to 25 November, 2016
  • Dr Brijesh Kumar published a paper entitled “Surface energy and wettability of van der Waals structures”, in Nanoscale, with an Impact Factor - 7.39, march-2016.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Nominated as Editor, International Journal Aerosol Science and Engineering (ASE), China.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Nominated as Member, Community of Researchers (CoRs) Joint Indo-US Effort for Combating Air Pollution in and Around Delhi.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara invited to participate in the “Indo-US Workshop on Combating Air Pollution in North India”, Lucknow, 25-26 May 2016. Delivered an Invited Talk titled “Atmospheric Aerosol Particles Why Worry?” at the Workshop.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Nominated as Member, Selection Committee, International Aerosol Fellow Award for the year 2016 (IAF-2016)
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, invited to participate in a “Technical Expert Committee (TEC)” for the procurement of advanced instruments for Fog investigations by IITM, Pune during winter 2016-17.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, invited to participate in a National Conference on “Impact of Climate Change on Air Quality, Biodiversity and Agriculture” during 13-15 October 2016 at AUR, Jaipur. Delivered an Invited Talk titled “Interplay between Climate Change on Air Quality and Health: Measuring, Monitoring and Modelling Techniques” at the Conference. Also, Chaired two Scientific Sessions.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Invited to participate in the International Brainstorming meeting “Air Quality and Climate Impacts”, organized jointly by IMD, FMI, WMO, WHO and UNEP, at Le Meridien, New Delhi during 5-7 October 2016. Also, Chaired a Scientific Session.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Invited to participate in a NIEHS and IUSSTF sponsored “Indo-US Workshop to Explore Bilateral Research Opportunities to Address Air Quality and Health Issues”, held during 8-10 November 2016 at India Habitat Center, New Delhi.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Invited to participate in the capacity of Member, Scientific Advisory Board Meeting of STRATOCLIM (Stratospheric and upper tropospheric processes for better climate predictions), held at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Madrid, Spain during 16-18 November 2016.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Elected as Member, Selection Committee for the Asian Aerosol Research Assembly Award (FAARA-2017)
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Nominated as Member, Organizing Committee, 10th Asian Aerosol Conference (AAC-2017), South Korea, 3-6 July 2017.
  • Dr. P.C.S. Devara, Nominated as Member, National Organizing and Technical Program Committee and to deliver an Invited Talk at International Conference on Aerosol Climate Change Connection (AC3), Darjeeling, India, April 25-27, 2017
 

Overnight culture of mutant strain of Candida albicans, spotted on to BSA agar plate and grown at 30°C for 5 days. Image provided by Rajenra Prasad

  • Kumar N, Khurana SM, “Biomanagement of a valuable timber and medicinal plant of shisham(Dalbergia sissoo Roxb)-a review”, Int J. OF Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 5,1, 32-54, 2319-7706, Impact Factor 2.015, Jan-2016.
  • Prasad R, Banerjee, A, Khandelwal NK, A new in Vivo Overexpressin systems of multidrug transporters of candida albicans suitable for the structure and funtion studies., Frontier of microbiology, 2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SM, “Rust Disease of Frangipani (Plumeria) Caused by”, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 5,2,590-567, 2319-7706, Impact Factor 2.015/ Non-, 2016.
  • Kumar N, “Fumigant efficacy of Cumin essential oil for Pisum sativum L. during storage”, Journal of Plant Protection Research, 1427- 4345, Impact Factor 0.698, 2016.
  • Kumar N, “Pharmaceutical attributes of Vasa;a review”, World Journal of Pharmaceutical research, 2277-7105, Impact Factor 6.805 and ICV 6.21, 2016.
  • Khatodia S, Bhatotia K, Khurana SM, “Abiotic stress specific phosphorylation in plant proteins: A review”, Current Advances in Agricultural Sciences, 7, 2, 95-100, 2394-4471, Impact Factor NAAS (National Academy of Agricultural Sciences) Rating of 3.96, 2016.
  • Khatodia S, Bhatotia K, Nisha, Khurana SM, The CRISPR/Cs genome-editing tools: Application in improvement of crops, frontiers in plant Science, section plant Biotechnology, Impact Factor 3.9SCI, , March-2016.
  • Kumar N, “Control of Fusarium oxysorum, causing wilt in banana through plant extracts”, Annals of plant protection science, 24, 1, 104-108. 0971-3573, Impact Factor 3.65, March-2 016.
  • Kumar N, “Fumigant efficacy of Cumin essential oil on fungi and insect infesting pisum sativum L. During strogae”, Annals of plant protection science,24, 1, 196-201, 0971-3572, Impact Factor 3.65, March-2016.
  • Khurana SM, Khandewal S, Antimicrobial Activity Of Leaf Extracts Of Three Medicinal Plants, International J. of
  • Pharma and Bio Sciences, 7, 2, 226-233, Impact Factor – 2.99, April-2016.
  • Kumar N “Pharmaceutical attributes of vasa(Adhatoda vasica L) A Review”, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 5, 5, 437-455, Impact Factor- 6.805, April-2016.
  • Chaturvedi S, Khare A, “Isolation and Optimization for Extracellular Lipase Using Ground Nut Shell Under Submerged Fermentation”, Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 6, 5, 4727-4732, 2231-6876, Impact Factor 2.37, May-2016.
  • Mohanty S, Gupta S, Khaitan B K, Sharma S, Bhargava B, Kumar A, “Hair & Skin derived Progenitor Cells: In Search of a Candidate Cell for Regenerative Medicine”, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 143, 175-183, 0971- 5916, Impact Factor 1.396, May-2016.
  • Jain M, Kharb P, Batra P & Chowdhury VK, Khatodia S, “Determination of cry1Ac copy number in transgenic pigeonpea plants using quantitative real time PCR”, Legume Research, 0976-0571, Impact Factor-0.138, May- 2016.
  • Sen B, Kumar G, “High rate hydrogen fermentation of cello-lignin fraction in deoiled jatropha waste using hybrid immobilized cell”, Fuel, 182, 15, 131-140, Impact Factor 3.406, May-2016.
  • Kumar N, “Preservative potential of cumin essential oil for Pisum sativum L. During Storage”, Journal of Plant Protection Research, 2, 1427-4345, Impact Factor 0.525, June 2016.
  • Fatima Z, Ansar MA, Hameed S, “Mechanistic insights into the mode of action of anticandidal sesamol”, Microbial Pathogenesis, 0882-4010, Impact Factor 1.888, June 2016.
  • Prasad R, Khandelwal NK, Banerjee A, “Yeast ABC transporters in lipid trafficking”, Fungal Genetics and Biology, 94, 25-34, 1087-1845, Impact Factor 3.5, June 2016.
  • Rawal MK, Banerjee A, Shah AH, Khan MF, Sen S, Saxena AK, Monk BC, Cannon RD, Bhatnagar R, Mondal AK, Prasad R., “Newly identified motifs in Candida albicans Cdr1 protein nucleotide binding domains are pleiotropic drug resistance subfamily-specific and functionally asymmetric”, Sci Rep., 26, Impact Factor 2.321, June 2016.
  • K Redhu A, Shah AH, Prasad R., “MFS transporters of Candida species and their role in clinical drug resistance,” FEMS Yeast Res, 16, 4, 43, 1557-1356, Impact Factor 2.479, June 2016.
  • J Trop Pediatr., Balachandran B, Dutta S, Singh R, Prasad R, Kumar P , “Bovine Colostrum in Prevention of Necrotizing Enterocolitis and Sepsis in Very Low Birth Weight Neonates: A Randomized,Double-blind”, Placebo-controlled Pilot Trial, 29, Impact Factor 3.2, June 2016.
  • Biswas K K, Godra S, Khurana SM, “Three variants of cotton leaf curl begomoviruses with their satellite molecules are associated with cotton leaf cur disease aggravation”, Journal of Plant Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 0971-7811, Non-, June 2016.
  • Passricha N, Saif S, Tuteja N, Khatodia S, “Assessing zygosity in progeny of transgenic plants: current methods and perspectives”, J Biol Methods, 3, 3, 46, 2326-9901,Non-, July 2016.
  • Prasad R, “pHluorin enables insight into the transport mechanism of antiporter Mdr1: R215 is critical for Drug/H+ antiport”., Biochemical Journal, 473/15, 0264-6021, Impact Factor 4.779, July 2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SM, “Aecidium sp causing leaf rust on Cordia dichotoma G Forst in Haryana-First record”, International J.of current Microbiology and applied sciences , 2319-7706, Impact Factor 2.015, July 2016.
  • Kumar N, “Food seed Health of chickpea at Panchgaon”, Biological Science J-Advances in Crop Science and Technology, 2329-8863, Impact Factor 1.1, July 2016.
  • Chaturvedi S, Khurana SM, “Partial purification and characterization of cellulase free xylanase production from bacilluslicheniformis”, Intl J of oh Pharma and biosciences, 7, 4, 144-149, 0975-6299,Impact Factor 0.329, Aug- 2016.
  • Kumar N, “Food seed health of chick pea(Cicer arietinum L.)at Panchgaon,Gurugram India”, Adv Crop Sci Tech, 4, 4, 229, 2329-8863, Impact Factor 1.1, Aug-2016.
  • Prasad R, Kumari A, Kumar N, Banerjee A, “pHluorin enables insights into the transport mechanism of antiporter Mdr1: R215 is critical for drug/H+ antiport”, Biochem, 3127-3145, 1470-8728, Impact Factor 3.562, Sep-2016.
  • Hameed S, Fatima Z, “Anticandidal effects of monoterpenoid PA against Candida albicans”, PloS One, 11, 9, 1932-6203, Impact Factor 4, Sep-2016.
  • Khurana SMP, Kumar N, “Climate change:perspective of challenges and options in plant disease management”, International Journal of Innovative Horticulture, 2320-0286, Impact Factor 2.866, Sep-2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SMP, “First record of acrophialophora levis causing wilt of Plumeria in Gurugram”, Indian Phytopathology, 2248-9800, Impact Factor 3.8, 2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SMP, “Phytochemistry and Medicinal values of glue berry”, Medicinal Plants,0975-4261, Impact Factor 4.23, Oct-2016.
  • Kumar N, “Preservation of maize seeds by Cuminum cyminum essential oil”, Indian Phytopathology, 2248- 9800, Impact Factor 3.8, Oct-2016.
  • Ali I, Satti NK, Dutt P, Prasad R, Khan IA, “Hydroxychavicol: A phytochemical targeting cutaneous fungal infections”, Scientific Reports, 6, Impact Factor 5.28, Nov-2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SMP, “Phytochemistry and medicinal values of Glue berry (Cordia dichotoma G. Forst), Medicinal Plants”, International Journal of Phytomedicines and Related Industries, 8, 3,199-206, 0975-4261, Impact Factor 4.23, Nov-2016.
  • Tomar J, Khurana SMP, “Concept of Personalized Medicine in India market”, Biotech today: An International Journal of Biological Science, 4, 2, 2322-0996, Nov-2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SMP, “Phytochemical and pharmacological properties of gilory-Tinosporacordifolia”, Medicinal Plants, 8, 4, 0975-4261, Impact Factor 4.23, Dec-2016.
  • Kumar N, Khurana SMP, “First Record of Acrophialophora levis causing wilt in Plumeria”, India Phytopath, 69, 4, 400-4006, 2248-9800, Impact Factor 3.8, Dec-2016.
  • Sharma B, Jiwan T, “Impact of Nurses Emotional Intelligence on Quality of Hospital Services of Selected Hospitals of Punjab”, International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research, 3,1, 1179-1183, 2350-0743, Impact Factor 4.8, Jan-2016
  • Sharma B, Jiwan T , “Impact of Nurses Self Compassion on Quality of Hospital Services of Selected Hospitals of Punjab: apilot study”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 1,267-273, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 4.3, Jan-2016.
  • Sharma L, “Prevalence and Causes of Cervix Cancer among Women of age (35-45 years) belonging to region of Delhi (NCR)”, International Journal for Recent Advances in Multi Disciplinary Research , Impact Factor – 1.002, Mar-2016
  • Sharma L, “Prevalence of Hypertension and Obesity in the old aged subjects belonging to region of Delhi (NCR)”, International journal for Current Research, Impact Factor 6.4, March-2016.
  • Ajmera P, “Impact of shift work schedules on level of stress, Anxiety and work life balance of BPO Employs”, International Journal of Recent Advances in Multi-disciplinary Research, 2350-07743, March-2016.
  • Kaur S, Sharma L, “Prevalence and cause of Cervix cancer among Women of age (35-45 years) belonging to region of Delhi (NCR)”, IJRAMR, Accepted 2016.
  • Kumar V, “Ethical considerations in medical practice and research, Journal of evolution of Medical & Dental Science, 5, 7, 343-345, 2278-4802, Feb-2016.
  • Ajmera P, “Nanotechnology – Reshaping cryonics for life extension and resurrection , International Journal of Current Research”, 8,4, 29415-29*417, 0975-833X Impact Factor – 6.2/Non , 2016.
  • Sharma L, Parmer A, Adhikari B, “Role of Proteins in Daily diet in Weight loss of obese subjects having blood Group –O”, International Journal of Information Research and Review, 2349-9141, Impact Factor 4.251. April- 2016.
  • Kumar V, “Laxical Access Through Picture Naming Task : Evidence from Semantic Priming”, International Research Journal of Humanities, Language & Literature, 3, 4, 17-28, Impact Factor 3.56, April-2016.
  • Sharma L, Girdher S, “Role of Low Dietary Intake of Iron & Energy in Development of Anaemia in subjects ( 30-40 yrs) belonging to the region of Alwar , Rajasthan”, International Journal of Physical & Social Sciences, 6, 5, 159- 170, 2249-5894, Impact Factor 4.962, May-2016.
  • Sharma P, Singh M, “Development and Validation of Measuring tools for Medical Equipment management System”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering & Technology, 5, 6, 9613-9623, 2319-8753, Impact Factor 6.209, June-2016.
  • Singh R, “Development of Fiber Enriched bakery products by incorporating fruit pulp waste powder and their acceptability evaluation, International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, 3, 1,222-226, 2348- 8069, Impact Factor 1.615, June 2016.
  • Chaudhry M, Bhattacharya M, Singh K, Sinha R, Rajeshwari, Mathur U, Rathi V, “Contact Lens Fitting in Keratoconus”, Delhi Journal of Ophthalmology, 27, 1, 0972-0200, Non-, June-2016.
  • Dogra DS, Dangi S, Kumar L, Kumar V, “Role of Rugoscopy & Palatal Arch analysis in Personal Identification”, Soveneriour of Indian Council of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology, 2, Nov-2016.
  • Praveen N M, Vijayasimha M, Jayaswal RP, Jha RK, “Prevalence of microcytic and hypo chromic anemia in rural area of Mysore district (India)”.Br J Pharm Med Res. 1, 2, 80-85, Sep-2016.
  • Sharma L, Agarwal S, “ Causes of Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) in Old age people having normal range of Body Mass Index (BMI)” International Journal of Developmental Research, 2230-9926, 6, 3, 7044-7048, Impact Factor 4.25, Mar-2016.
  • Sharma L, Nitika, Menon P, “Method of Development and Sensory Evaluation of Noodlesfrom Ipomoes Batatas Oryza sativa and Cicer Arietinum flour”, Asian Journal of Science and Technology, 6, 3, Impact Factor 5.632, Aug-2016.
  • Sharma L, “Development of Dessert (Éclair) made up of Trapanatans and Zea Mays flour with Taste Acceptability”, International Journal of Nutrition and Agricultural Research, 3, 2, 80-84, Impact Factor 1.002, Nov-2016.
  • Chaudhary P, Singh M, Satia H.K, Sharma R, Ajmera P, “Designing and validation of an integrated performance measurement framework for medical equipment management system in the public hospital”, International Journal of Current Research, 0975-833X, 8, 7, May-2016.
  • Erhauyi M, Aiwerioghene, Singh M, Ajmera P, Satia HK, “Medical Tourism: A Review of Literature Analyzing the Comparison between India and Nigeria”, International Journal of current Research,0975-833X, 8, 7, Impact Factor 6.44, May-2016.
  • Yadav A, Yadav S, “Feb tapering impact on Dependent Economics”, International Journal of Current Research, 0975-833X8, 10, Impact Factor 6.44, May-2016.
  • Khatri P S, Javaid B, Mathur S, Panday S, “Disease: An Expensive Enzyme Replacement Therapy”, World Journal of Pharmaceuticals Research, 2277-7105, 5, 4, 493-499, May-2016.
  • Khatri PS, Singh A, Gautam P, Shukla S, “Infantile Onset Pompe Disease: An Expensive Treatment”, World Journal of Pharmaceuticals Research, 2277-7105, 5, 4, 486-492, June-2016.
  • Kumar V, “Lexical access through picture maning task”, International Research Journal of Humanities, Language and Literature, 3, 17, 2394-1642, Impact Factor 5.4, June-2016.
  • Sanju HK, Kumar P, “Prevalence of mismatch negativity with tonal stimuli in normal-hearingindividuals”, The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology, 32, 1, 1012-5574, 2016.
  • Mishra R, Sanju HK, Kumar P,”Auditory Temporal Resolution in Individuals with Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, “International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology , 20, 4, 1809-9777, June-2016.
  • Kumar P, Sanju HK, Singh V, Kumar S, “World perception in noise at different channels in simulated cochlear implant listeners “, World Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, 6, 2, 2218-6247, 2016.
  • Sanju HK, Kumar P, Annual Audiological Evaluation Shourld Mandatroy for patients with Diabetes”, Hearing Review, 23, 1, 1074-5734, 2016.
  • Sanju HK, Kumar P, “Research Suggests Enhanced Auditory and Cognitive Skill in Mediators”, Hearing Review, 25, 5, 1074-5734, 2016.
  • Roy R, Gupta A, Chaudhry M, “Prevalance of Vitamin A deficiency in School children aged 6-16 years in Tauru Tehsil of South Haryana”, International Journal of Scientific Report, 2, 1-5, 2454-2156,Oct-2016.
  • Debetphira Roywan, Srinivasan G, Chaudhry M, “Effects of Overexposure to digital Screen on Visual Function in children” Indian Journal of Ophthalmology, 2016.
  • Chaudhry M, Motallebi S, Wadhwa R, “Criteria for recommending one day disposable silicone hydrogel contact lens”, British Journal of Pharmaceutical and medical research, 1, 3, 175-178, Non- , Dec-2016.
  • Sharma L, “Improving Nutritional status of female obese subjects with dietary interventions”, International Journal of current research, 0975-833X, Impact Factor 6.226, Dec-2016.
  • Sah AK, Ahmed R, Ahsan H, “Biochemistry and biophysiology of Glycation of DNA: Implications in diabetes”, Achieves of Clinical and Biomedical research, 1, 1, 32-47, Non-, Dec-2016.
  • Nithani N, Gupta SK, “Seamless Transport System for feasible Mobility”, Indian Journal of Applied Research, 6,1, 454-459,2249-555X, Impact Factor NIF, Jan-2016.
  • Patil R, Patil V,” Contemporary Definitions of Architectural Sublime”, Indian Journal of Applied Research, 6, 3, 2249-555X., Impact Factor 3.6241, Jan-2016.
  • Patil R, Patil V , “Political and Ethical Agendas in Architecture”, Indian Journal Of Applied Research, 6,1, 2249- 555X., Impact Factor 3.6241, Jan-2016.
  • Sharma P, Gupta SK, “Renewable Energy Sources”, Indian Journal Of Applied Research, 6, 1,2249-555X., Impact Factor 3.6241, Jan-2016.
  • Sharma P, Gupta SK, “Rural Prosperity, International Journal oF Multi -Dimensional Research, 3, 1, 2394-5710, Impact Factor 2.865, Jan-2016.
  • Mehta SB, Khalid M,Gupta SK, “ Assessment framework for quality of built environment”, IJAREST, 3,2, Jan-2016.
  • Farhan M, Gupta M, Mehta SB, “Identification of variables for the future planning and development of Aligarh Muslim University”, IJAREST, 3, 1, Impact Factor 2.125, Jan-2016.
  • NIthani N, Gupta SK, Mehta SB, “Problem Identification of Traffic and Transport: Muzaffarpur City,Bihar”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technologies, 3, 2, 252-259, 2395-0056,Impact Factor 4.45, Feb-2016.
  • Gupta SK, Mehta SB, Fazil MF, Statistical Analysis of Variables in Heritage Buildings, International Journal of Architecture and Infrastructure Planning, 1, 2, 11-17, Feb-2016.
  • Gupta SK, Jalali H, North - West Orientation for House, International Journal in Management and social Science 4, 1, 293-299, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 4.358, Feb-2016.
  • Fazli MF, Gupta SK, Mehta SB, “Establishing weight ages of criteria and key aspects for quality Assessment of Built Environment”, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, 3, 1,371-379, 2395-0056, Feb-2016.
  • Mehta S, Yadav KK, “Industry Led Regional Transformation: A Case of Neemrana Block, Rajasthan”, International Journal of Research and Social Sciences, 6, 3, 123-141, Impact Factor 5.65, April-2016.
  • Mehta S, Yadav KK , “Challenges and Responses in Conservation of Forest and Wildlife: A Case of Aravalli Ranges, Delhi NCR, India”, International Journal of Informative anf Futuristic Research,3,6,2088-2097, Impact Factor 5.08, April-2016.
  • Jalali H, “Earthquake Disasters in Hilly Areas (Case study Uttrakhand)-Part 1”, Indian Journal of Research, 5, 5, 215-219, 2250-1991, Impact Factor-5.215, May-2016.
  • Vij M, “Designing Inclusive Environments in Healthcare With a focus on Bariatric Patients”, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), 5, 6, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.39, Aug 2016
  • Devara PCS, Sharma PB, Joshi M, Alam MP, Dumka UC, Tiwari S and Srivastava, AK,” Impact ofRoad-Space- Rationing Method on Regional Air Quality”, Indian Aerosol Science and Technology Association (IASTA) E- Bulletin, 4, 1, Impact Factor-1.5, , May-2016.
  • Devara PCS, Khatri P, Takamura T, Nakajima T, Estellés V, Irie H, Kuze H, Campanelli H, Sinyuk A, S.-M. Lee, B. J. Sohn, G. Padhithurai, S. -W. Kim, S. C. Yoon, J. A. M. Lozano, M. Hashimoto, “Factors for inconsistent aerosol single scattering albedo between SKYNET and AERONET”, Journal of Geophysical Research (Accepted), Journal of Geopysical Research, Impact Factor 3.43, Jan-2016.
  • Devara PCS, Meena CS, Patil MN, “Diurnal asymmetry in slant density of NO2, O3, H2O and O4 during CAIPEEX- IGOC over Mahabubnagar, a rural site in Southern Peninsular India”, Natural Hazards, Impact Factor 1.72, Jan- 2016.
  • Devara PCS, Meena GS, Patil MN, “Diurnal asymmetry in slant density of NO2, O3, H2O and O4 during CAIPEEX- IGOC over Mahabubnagar, a rural site in Southern Peninsular India “(Online published), Natural Hazards, 1-12, 1573-0840, Impact Factor 1.72, Feb-2016.
  • Devara PCS, Jain S, Rana S, “Tri-station long-term rainfall variability and trends in the Delhi-MumbaiIndustrial Corridor: A hydrological perspective (Accepted), Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Impact Factor 0.58, Feb- 2016.
  • Kumar VK, Safai PD, Devara PCS, Rao SVB and Jayasankar KC , “Dust aerosol characterization and transport features based on combined”, Aeolian Research, , 10.1016/j.aeolia.2016.03.003, 21, 75-85,Impact Factor - 2.309, Mar-2016.
  • Kumar VK, Safai PD, Devara PCS, Rao SVB and Jayasankar KC , “Effects of agriculture crop residue burning on aerosol properties and long-range transport over northern India: A study using satellite data and model simulations”, Atmospheric Research, 178-179, 155-163, 0169-8095, Impact Factor 2.844, April-2016.
  • Khatri P, Takamura T, Nakajima T, Estellés V, Irie H, Kuze H, Campanelli M, Sinyuk A, Lee SM, Sohn BJ, Padhithurai G, Kim SW, Yoon SC, Lozano JAM, Hashimoto M, Devara PCS, and Manago N, “Factors forJournal of Cleaner Production, 112, Impact Factor 3.844, 2016
  • Sharma PB, Sharma V, Garg SK, “Identification and analysis of industry initiatives in improving remanufacturing in India”, International Journal Operational Research, 26, 3, Impact Factor 1.713, May-2016.
  • Aggarwal R, Patel IK, Sharma PB, “Green Propellant: A Study”, IJLTET, 6, 1, 83, 2278-621X, Impact Factor 4.49, 2016.
  • Narang VK, Singh A, “Best Practices for the Preparation of Academic Schedule in Higher Educational Institution”, International Journal of Scientific Research, 3, 5, March-2016.
  • Bharti MK, Chalia S, “Investigations on thermal Decomposition Behavior of Ammonium NitrateCo-crystallized with cadmium (II) Nitrate (Tetrahydrate)”, Journal of Advance Engineering Research, 3, 1, 15-20, 2393-8447, March-2016.
  • Vashisth V, “Religion in Socity Journal – Intial Sub, ission Received”, Gap between god Concept, Meditation, and Self Potential Enhancement, March-2016.
  • Jaglan V, “Apply Fuzzy Optimization in Proficient Managing COCOMO Drvers”, International journal of Recent Research Aspects , 4,1, 20-26, 2349-7688, March-2016.
  • Kumar D, Malik RK, “A Critical Appraisal of Numerical Modeling of water flow Dynamics in Unsaturated Homogenous porous Medium”, Global Journal of engineering Science and Researches A Critical Appraisal of Numerical Modelong of water Flow Dynamics in Unsturated Homogeneous Porous Medium, 2448-8034, Impact Factor – 3.155, March-2016.
  • Bhardwaj R, Singh TP, Kumar V, “Analysis of service surrender queue model in fuzzy system”, International journal of Mathematics in Operation Research, , March-2016.
  • Ganguli AK, Choudhary A, “Electronic Travel Aids ETA for Blind Assistance”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 6, 4, 3596-3599, Impact Factor 5.611, April-2016.
  • Choudhary A “Physiological Tremor Acquisition and Compensation Techniques”, International Journal of Engineering Science, 6, 4, 2321-3361, Impact Factor, 5.611, April-2016.
  • Gupta G, Raghav AK, “Saving Computer world with green competing”, Indian Journal Applied of Research, 6,4, 38-40, Impact Factor 3.9, April-2016.
  • Thada V, Kaushal S, Jatain A, “Effect of Optimization Algorithm on Image Security and Reliability, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology, 5, 5, 2278-1323,Impact Factor 3.696, May-2016.
  • Bhateja N, “Various Artificial Intelligence Approaches in field of software Testing”, International Journal of Computer Science & Mobile Computing, 5, 5, 278-280, Impact Factor 5.25 May-2016.
  • Rana K, Sangwan K, “Role of ICT for Rural Development in Haryana”, International Journal of Science and Research, 5, 5, 1049-1054, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.3, May-2016.
  • Rana K, “Comparative Assessment of Human Intelligence and Artificial Intelligence”, International journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing, 5, 5, 427-432, 2320-088x, Impact Factor 5.2, May-2016.
  • Choudhary K, Singh AK, Rashmi, “A Modified Scheme for Preventing Web Application against SQL Injection Attack”, International Journal of Computer Applications, 41, 27-31, 2250-1797, Impact Factor 3.12, May-2016.
  • Sethi N, Bhateja N, “Comprehensive study on Aspects of Software Testing for Quality Assurance”, InternationalJournalofComputerScienceandMobileComputing,5,5,703-707,2320-088X,ImpactFactor5.2,Non-,May-2016.
  • Sandhu G, “Educating Graduate Students for Academic Excellence: Challenges, Opportunities”, Proposed Solution, International Journal of Research in Economics & Social Science, 6, 5, 2349-7382,Impact Factor-6.2, May-2016.
  • Kumar N, Aggarwal A, Jaglan V, “A Review of various Face Prediction Models using Image Processing”, International Journal of Computer Application, 142, 3, Impact Factor – 2.1, May-2016.
  • Meenu, Dilshana, Komal, “A Review paper on Ad-hoc Routing protocols AODV FZRP and SLURP”, International Journal of Computer Applications, 143, 4, 23, 0975-8887, Impact Factor 0.8, June 2016.
  • Ruchi, Wadhwa A, “Analyzing Security Threats and Solution During Transition to Cloud Environment”, International Journal of Computer Applications,24, 0975-8887, Impact Factor 0.8, June 2016.
  • Photat S, Shym N, Avinash, “Approach for Deciding Perfect maintenance Strategy for Production Department”, IJIERD,7, 2, 14-22, 0976-6987, Impact Factor 6.1701, June 2016.
  • Kirshan G, Sharma R, Hasan T, Johny CD, “Fatigue Analysis of Air Compressor Piston”, IJMTER, 3, 3,427-431, 2349-9745, Impact Factor 1.711, June 2016.
  • Sharma S, Singh RP, Kumar S, “Mechanical Anisotropy of Aluminum AA1050 and Aluminum Alloy AA6016 Produced by Accumulative Roll Bonding”, IJIET, 7, 1, 350-356, 2319-1058, Impact Factor 0.672, June 2016.
  • Gupta N, Anju, Singh AK, “Home Automation using IoT with Raspberry PI”, IJRASET, 6, 5, 4828-4833,2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.2, June2016.
  • Jagandeep, “Life Beyond Moore: More Moore or More than Moore –A Review”, IJCSMC, 5, 6, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.208, June 2016.
  • Butola R, Shruti, “Arduino based Heath Reconnoitere System”, IJIRSET, 5, 6, 9621-9626, 2347-6710,Impact Factor 6.209, June 2016.
  • Singh A, “Implementation of Image Compression of Image Compression Algorithm Using MATLAB”, IJSRSET, 2, 3, 327, 2394-4099, Impact Factor 6.209, June2016.
  • Kumar A, Kumar R, Arshee, “Wireless Power Transmission Using Mutual Inductance” ,IJESC, 6, 6, 6301, 2321- 3361, Impact Factor 5.611, June 2016.
  • Singh MM, Neha, Kumar R, “Implementation of SNMP (Simple Network management Protocol)on Sensor Network” , IJACT, 5, 5, 1351-1554, 2278-1323, Impact Factor 3.3, June – 2016.
  • Singh MM, “Black Box for Car”, IJACT, 5, 6, 2320-0790, Impact Factor 3.3, June 2016.
  • Nisha, “Performance Analysis of of Adaptive Channel Equalizer Using Different Algorithm”, IJRA, 3, 2,28-31, 2349-7688, Impact Factor 5, June 2016.
  • Chalia S, “Offset of Shock Location in Supercritical Airfoils”, IRJET, 2, 3, 2395-0056, Impact Factor 4.45, June 2016.
  • Kumar R, Kaushik SC, “Thermo Economic Optimization and Parametric study of an irreversible regenerative brayton cycle”, JTEN, 2, 4, 861-870, 2148-7847, Non-, July 2016.
  • Singh RP, Kumar S, Sanjeev, “Development of Nano- Structured Metals Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation”, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, 9, 27, 0974-6846, Impact Factor 1.63, July 2016.
  • Sakshi “A Review on the use of Micro- Silica and Nano- Silica in SSC”, New Building Materials & Construction World (NBM&CW), 22, 2, 131, 0973-0591, Non-, Aug 2016.
  • Deepak, “Analysis of Flow Dynamics of an Incompressible Viscous Fluid in a Channel”, International Journal of Engineering Research and General Science, 4, 4, 815-824, 2091-2730, Impact Factor 3.72, Aug 2016.
  • Sakshi, “Intelligent Town Planning for Indian Smart Cities Principles and Practices”, International Conference or Recent Developments in Science, Engineering and Technology, 978-93-86256-09-6, Oct-2016.
  • Sakshi , “The Urban form of Indian Cites and Outline of Indian Urbanization: a Multidisciplinary Approach”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Educations, 2, 5,2395-4396, Impact Factor 4, Oct-2016.
  • Saksh, “The Delineation of Housing Development in India Conjugated with Acute Housing Crisis: A Rational Approach”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education, 2, 5,2395-4396, Impact Factor 4, Oct-2016.
  • Vashisth K S, “The Gap between god Concept, Meditation, and Self Potential Enhancement Unheared of by Many” , International Journal of Science and Research, 5, 10, 117-121, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.391, Oct- 2016.
  • Bali PS, Jain A, Sharma S, Kaur R, Raghav AK, Gupata N, “Differential Imaging: A Panacea for Medical Diagnosis World”, International Journal of Engineering, Business and Enterprise Applications,2279-0020, Impact Factor 6.2, Oct-2016.
  • Sakshi, Sharma P, “The Concernment of Competent Project Portfolio Management for Enterprise Success”, global Research and Development Journal for Engineering, 1, 12, 2455-5703, Impact Factor 0.3, Nov-2016.
  • Sakshi, “Use of Bottom Ash As fine Aggregate in Concrete: A Review”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative ideas in Educations, 2, 6, 2395-4396, Nov-2016.
  • Sanjeev, Sing RP, Kumar S, “Bonding Characteristics of Al and AI-Alloy Strips: Processed by Severe Plastic Deformation”, International Journal of Engineering and Technology, 8, 3, 1893-1898, 2319-8613, Nov-2016.
  • Yadav N, Narang VK, Shrivastava U, “Skin Diseases Detection Models using Image Processing: A Survey, International Journal of Computer Applications, 137, 12, 34, 0975-8887, Impact Factor 3.12, Mar-2016.
  • Chugh A, Jain C, ”Purview of Autonomic computing”, International Journal of Recent Advances in Engineering and Technology, 4, 1, 115-119, 2347-2812, Feb-2016.
  • Gambhir A,Vijarania M, Gupta S, “ Implementation and Application Binary Search in 2-D Array”, IJIIR, 1, 1, 30, 2456-1274, Impact Factor 0.64, 2016.
  • Gupta s, Gambhir A, vijarnia M, “A Survey for Selecting Best Content management System for Web Application Development”, IJARCSSE, 6, 5, 156, 2277-128X, Impact Factor 2.5, 2016.
  • Shivangi, “Comparison of Divergent Technologies of Fog computing”, International journal of science and research, 5, 12, 522, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.391, Dec-2016.
  • Makkar P, Pruthi J, “Image Segmentation Techniques of image A Survey”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation, 2, 1, 6-9, 2454-7204, Impact Factor 2.24, 2016.
  • Sikka S, “Software metric Design: Issues, Guidelines and process”, International Journal of Computer Science Engineering, 5, 1, 47-51, 2319-7323, Impact Factor 2.162, 2016.
  • Singh J, “A parameterized Comparison of fussy logic, neural network and neuro-fuzzy system: A literature”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 478-482, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 6.017, 2016.
  • Jatain A, Singh D, “Architectural Framework for developing component based GIS system”, AIRCC, 6, 2, 45-54, 1839-7662, Impact Factor 0.45, 2016.
  • Jatain A, Gaur D, “Reverse Engineering of Object oriented system using hierarchical clustering”, IJAIT, 15, 5, 1683-3198, Impact Factor 0.58, 2016.
  • Jatain A, Kataria J, “Object Oriented Metrics: Revisited”, IJCSIT, 7, 3, 1180-1183, 0975-9696, Impact Factor 5.09, 2016.
  • Agarwal A, “Solution for Traveling Salesman problem using genetic algorithm”, IJRRA, 3, 1,2349-7688, Impact Factor 0.7, 2016.
  • Bansal B, “Gesture Recognition: A survey”, IJCA, 139, 2, 8, 0975-8887, Impact Factor 0.8, 2016.
  • Shrivastava U, Thada V, “A Primer on Gentic algorithm in WebIR”, International Journal of Recent advances in engineering & Technology, , 4, 1, 2347-2812, Impact Factor 1.53, 2016.
  • Neha, “Various artificial intelligence approaches in field of software testing”, International journal of computer science & mobile computing, 5, 5, 278-280, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.25, 2016.
  • Nagpal P, “A perlustration of various image segmentation techniques”, IJCA, 139, 0975-8889, Impact Factor 0.8, 2016.
  • Chalia S, Bhart MK, “A review on aerodynamics of flapping wings”, International research journal of engineering and technology, 3, 739-743, 2395-0056, Impact Factor 4.45, 2016.
  • Chalia S, Bharti MK, “Mathematical modeling of ogive forebodes and nose cones”, International research journal of engineering and technology, 3, 744-747, 2395-0056, Impact Factor 4.45, 2016.
  • Vishwanath KS, “Damage tolerance evaluation of an aircraft skin structure by MVCCI Technique (2D Analysis) using MSC-NASTRAN/Patran”, IJRET, 5, 510, 2319-1163, Impact Factor 3.127, 2016.
  • Aggarwal R, “Aero mobile Concept of Flying Car”, IRJET, 3, 5, 1, 2395-0073, Impact Factor 1.76, 2016.
  • Aggarwal R, “Application of artificial intelligence in Robotics”, IRJET, 3, 6, 2395-0073, Impact Factor 1.76, 2016.
  • Handa Y, “Reliability of low cost medical equipment in accessing general health”, IJAER, 11, 67-74,0973-4562, Impact Factor 1.385/Non-Scoops, 2016.
  • Handa Y, “Effect of ASWAGANDHA (withaniasomnifera), ARJUNA (Terminalia arjuna) on heart functioning”, IRJMC, 2348-9766, Impact Factor 5.564, 2016.
  • Sethi S, Ailani S, “ECG Enhancement and Heart Beat Measurement”, IJIRSET, 5, 4, 6257, 2347-6710,Impact Factor 6.209, 2016.
  • Vats A, Sethi S, “Timer based electric heating pad”, IJIRSET, 5, 5, 7655, 2347-6710, Impact Factor 6.209, 2016.
  • Rohilla G, Sethi S, “Microcontroller based brain entertainment”, IJIRSET, 5, 5, 6873, 2347-6710,Impact factor 6.209, 2016.
  • Chaudhary A, Raj A, “Development in temperature monitoring systems”, IJESC, 6, 4, 2596-3599,2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Chaudhary A, Raj A, “A Review of personal identification using handwriting”, IJESC, 6, 4, 3454-3457,2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Chaudhary A, Ghosh A, “Detection of breast cancer using neural networks – A Review”, IJESC, 6, 4,2321-3361, 2016.
  • Chaudhary A, Kumar U, “A review on application of GPS Technology”, IJESC, 6, 4, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Chaudhary A, Bewal R, Gosh A, “Microcontroller based temperature monitoring system”, IJESC, 6, 4,2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Gupata S, “Applicability of building information modeling (BIM) in Indian built environment sector”, American journal of engineering and technology management, 1, 3, 2395-4396, 2016.
  • Tiwari A, Gautam M, Sharma S, Murari, “Automatic infra-red sensing system”, International journal of engineering trends and technology, 27, 278-280, 2231-5381, Impact Factor 1.656, 2016.
  • Gautam M, Tiwari A, Singh K, Sharma S, Panish M, “Evulsions of electrical energy by oscillatory motion”, International journal of engineering and management research, 6, 1, 56-59, 2250-0758, Impact Factor 3.96, 2016.
  • Kumar N, Kumar K, “Six Sigma Approach towards lean”, IJSRD, 4, 4, 2321-0613, Impact Factor 2.39, 2016.
  • Kumar N, Kumar K, “A study of heavy metal removal by adsorption”, IJSRD, 4, 4, 2321-0613, Impact Factor 2.39, 2016.
  • Singh H, Omprakash, “Energy Generation from speed breaker by rack and ratchet mechanism”, IJARIIE, 2, 3, 4183-4187, 2395-4396, Impact Factor 4.06, 2016.
  • Koul R, Pathak S, kumar R, “Comparison of chemical properties of diesel and bio-diesel from bio reactor plant and by using manual method”, IJSRD, 4, 3, 1530-32, 2321-0613, Impact Factor 2321-0613, Impact Factor 2.39, 2016.
  • Koul R, Kumar N, Kumar S, Yadav S, “Jatropha Bio-diesel: An Alternative to conventional Fuel-AReview”, IJARIIE, 2, 3, 3328-3332, 2395-4396, Impact Factor 4.06, 2016.
  • Jain V, Raj T, “Tool life management of unmanned production system based on surface roughness by ANFIS”, International journal of system assurance engineering and management, 0975-6809, Impact Factor 2.24, 2016.
  • Jain V, Raj T, “Modeling and analysis of FMS performance variables by ISM”, International journal of production Economics, 171, 84-69, 0925-5273, Impact Factor 4.34, 2016.
  • Jain V, Raj T, “Evaluating the intensity of variables affecting flexibility in FMS by Graph Theory and Matrix Approach”, International Journal of industrial and systems engineering, 19, 137-154, , 2016.
  • Dholiwal A, Shyam N, Phogat S, “Effect of frequency and load on minimum film thickness in gas lubricated journal bearings”, IJARIIE, 2, 3, 2886, 2395-4396, Impact Factor 4.06, 2016.
  • Gupta LM, Gupta N, “Comparative analysis of Ultra MOSFET with Conventional MOSFET”, IJMRA, 6, 8, 2249- 2496, Impact Factor 6.269, 2016.
  • Singh P, Chugh A, Jain C, Rana P, “Learning approach for offline signature verification using vector quantization technique”, advances in intelligent systems and computing, 1, 337-344, 2194-5357, , 2016.
  • Singh P, “Live Eye: Driver attention monitoring system”, IJCSMNC, 5, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Singh P, “Accelerometer: A Precise way to calibrate 'g' – force”, IJCSMC, 5, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Yadav A, “Standard laser musical instrument”, IJESC, 6, 5, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Meena M, Anand AP, Srivastava D, Sharma D, Dhal J, Singh AK, “Smart school bag”, IJESC, 6, 5, 6057, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Gupta N, Anju, Singh AK, “Home automation system”, IJESC, 6, 5, 4828, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 3.86, 2016.
  • Gupta N, Yadav M, Karkra S, “Ingenious shopping cart: RFID enabled for automatic billing”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 209- 214, 2320-088X, Non-, 2016.
  • Nagi S, Gupta N, Kaur J, “Power optimization for ripple carry adder with reduced transistor count”, IJCTER, 2, 146-154, 2455-1392, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Gupta N, Ahmed F, Patel JK, “Voltage controlled oscillator using 0.35m VLSI technology”, IJIRSET, 5, 8291, 2319- 8753, Impact Factor 6.209, 2016.
  • Gupta N, Chhikara S, Dahiya S, “Booth multiplier design ripple carry adder”, IJESC, 6, 2321-3361,Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Charya N, “Design of a phase locked loop using TSMC 0.35 um CMOS technology”, IJCTER, 2, 5,2455-1592, Impact Factor 3.468, 2016.
  • Charya N, “Analysis of single-mode fiber link performance for attenuation in Long-Haul Optical networks”, Journal of Optical communication, 2191-6322, Impact Factor 1.45, 2016.
  • Prakash V, Pawariya A, Joon A, “Comparative analysis of PIFA and elliptically inset fed antenna for ultra wide band applications”, IJIRCCE, 4, 5, 1, 2320-9798, Impact Factor 6.577, 2016.
  • Karkara S, “Sailing through the silicon maze: FPGA versus ASIC”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Karkara S, “Compound facial expression recognition through gabor filter and RBF network”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 2320- 088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Karkara S, Tokas N, Pandey MK, “Comparison of digital image segmentation techniques – A Research review”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 215-220, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Gupata T, Wadhwa B, Sharma Y, Juneja OM, Butola R, Kakara S, “IOT based vitality measurement system”, IJCSMC, 5, 5, 549-554, 2320-088X, Impact Factor 5.258, 2016.
  • Kaur M, Kumar U, “Wireless security system with password protection”, IJESC, 6, 5, 2321-3361,Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Kumar U, Mahajan S, Sinyha S, Kaur M, “Adaptive PID control system – A Review”, IJESC, 6, 3, 2978,2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Saini SK, Vats V, Singh P, Kumar V, Rawat T, Kaur M, “Implementation of hybrid system using grid feed system”, IJESC, 6, 5, 5498, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Kaur M, Patel JB, Kaushik Y, Jain A , “Augmented reality: A study”, IJEBEA, 16, 54, 2279-0020, 2016.
  • Gaur P, Gaur MK, Tyagi V, Kumar U, “Biotechnology innovations VIA conventional knowledge”, IJESC, 6, 4, 2321- 3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Dahiya S, Prakash V, Bhatnagar C, “High gain semi-circular patch antenna array resonating in WLAN band for wireless power”, IRJET, 3, 5, 2842, 2395-0072, Impact Factor 3.127, 2016.
  • Dahiya S, “New Era smart Traffic System”, IJESC, 6, 5, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Patel JK, Rawat T, “Review paper on spreading process in multilayer network”, IJIRCCE, 4, 5, 1111,2320-9798, Impact Factor 6.577, 2016.
  • Gaur MK, Drabui U, Sharma H, Jain K, Rawat TS, “Real-Timed household power monitoring system”, IJESC, 6, 5, 5082, 2321-3361, Impact Factor 5.611, 2016.
  • Bali PS, Raghav AK, Pandey M, Gupta S, Harivansh K, “Obstacle avoidance & motion planning by stochastic progresses, spatial description”, IJCR, 8, 4, 29360-29371, 0975-833X, Impact Factor 6.26, 2016.
  • Pandey M, Yadav R, Katyal A, “Wireless arduino based weather station”, IJARCCE, 5, 4, 274,2319-5940, Impact Factor 4.855, 2016.
  • Pandey M, “New proposal to hybrid system using grid feed”, IJESC, 2250-1371, Impact Factor 3.868, 2016.
  • Swapna MK, “Effectiveness of structured teaching Programme on knowledge and skills regarding the Insulin Self Administration(ISA) among the Diabetes Mellitus Patients in Selected hospital of Delhi”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 2, 697-704, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.27, 2016.
  • Annanthapriya v, “Perceptions about work environment among the Staff Nurses working at Government General Hospital”, International Journal of Recent Advances in Multidisciplinary Research, 4, 2, 540-547, 2321- 1784, Impact Factor 5.27, Feb-2016.
  • Soren R, “Saving computer world with green computing”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4,4 1-7, 2331-1784, Impact Factor 5.27, April-2016.
  • Soren R, “Review article on " Domestic violence in Pregnancy", International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 6, 211-216, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June-2016.
  • Soren R, “A descriptive study was conducted to assess the knowledge regarding Thalassemia amongst parents of Thalassemic child with a view to develop guidelines in selected hospital, Jalandhar, Punjab”, International Journal in management and Social Science, 4, 6, 225-340, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June-2016.
  • Soren R, “A descriptive study to assess the knowledge regarding pregnancy induced hypertension among primigravida mothers attending antenatal OPD at selected hospital, Jalandhar, Punjab”, International Journal in management and Social Science, 4, 6, 581-586, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June 2016.
  • Rose W, “Effectiveness of a Individual teaching programme on exclusive breast feeding in terms of knowledge and practices of primi mothers”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 6, 237, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June-2016.
  • Bhati RJ, “Effectiveness of a Self Instructional Module [SIM] on Knowledge of Emergency Drugs Among Staff, Nurses Working In Critical Care Units of a Selected Hospital, Dehradun.”, International Journal in Management and Social Science,4, 6, 547, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June 2016.
  • Sharma MC “Application of Katharine Kolcaba Comfort Theory in Post Operative Child: Delivering Integrative Comfort Care Intervention by using Theory of Comfort –A Case Study of a 5 year Old Child Admitted in PICU with Laprotomy Experiencing Post Operative Discomfort”, International Journal of Science and Research, 5, 6, 1714-1720, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.39, June-2016.
  • Sharma S, “Assess the Knowledge and Attitude of Mother Regarding Prevention of Home Accidents among Under 5years Children in Selected Hospital, Punjab”, International Journal in management and Social Science, 5, 6, 248-253, Impact Factor5.276, June-2016.
  • Girish VH, “A descriptive study to assess the conflict management style among staff nurses in multispecialty hospital, Health city campus, Bangalore.”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 6, 575- 580, 2321-1784, Impact Factor5.276, June 2016.
  • Swapna MK, “Educational to adolescents on HIV/AIDS at Selected School of Delhi”, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 6, 6, 486-496, 2249-2496, Impact Factor 6.278, June-2016.
  • Sharma P, George G, “Study to Assess and Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Planned Teaching Programme Regarding Basic Life Support In Terms of Knowledge and Skill of Nursing Students in Selected College of Nursing in Delhi, International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4,6,501-509, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June 2016.
  • Sharma P, Raj P, “Study To Asses And Evaluate The Effectiveness Of 'So Hum' Meditation In Reducing Stress Among B. Sc. Nursing First Year Students at Selected Nursing College Uttar Pradesh., International Journal in Management and Social Science, 4, 6, 492-500, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 5.276, June 2016.
  • Mehta S, Thomas D, Joseph M, “Effectiveness of Structured Teaching Programme on Knowledge of Occupational Hazards Prevention and Expressed Practice of Safety Measures among Frontline Pharmaceutical Industrial Workers of Rajasthan”, Journal of Nursing and Health Science, 5, 3, 64-69,2320-1959, Non-, July 2016.
  • Sen S, Rashmi, “A Study to Evaluate The Effectiveness of An Information Booklet on Knowledge for “Health Hazard of Mobile Phone Usage” Among Adolescent School Going Children, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), 5, 9, 601-604, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.3, Sep- 2016.
  • Sen S, Rashmi, “Assess the Knowledge and Attitude of Parents on needs of Play for Children with a View to Develop an information Booklet”, International Journal of Advanced Research, 4, 10,2093-2098, 2320-5407, Impact Factor 5.336, Nov-2016.
  • Sharma MC, Kaur C, “A study to assess the socking reflex of neonates born at selected hospitals”, International Journal of science and research, 5, 12, 1268-1270, 2319-7064, Impact Factor 6.39, Dec-2016.
  • Saini P, Dalal M, “Effectiveness of Training program on knowledge and practice regarding basic life support among nursing student”, International Journal in Management and social science, 4, 11,131-139, 2321-1784, Impact Factor 6.178, Dec-2016.
  • Sharma L, Sharma S, “Impact of Weaning Practices & Dietary Interventions on the Nutritional Status of Malnourished Children”, IJPSS, 6,1, ISSN: 2249-5894, Jan-2016
  • Patter YK, Banerjee P, “Perceived competencies and employability level of management students”, International Journal of Engineering & Management Sciences, 7, 1, 41-45, 2229-6425, Impact Factor- 1.882, Jan-2016.
  • Banerjee P, Adhikari B, Nigam R, “Dynamics of workplace communication: A New age model”, International Journal of management, IT & Engineering, 12, 6, 2249-0558, Impact Factor 7.119, Dec-2016.
  • Banerjee P, Chaudhry M, Puri A, “Mental Health Status of the Keratoconus Patients Visually Corrected with Contact lens Compared to Spectacles”, Journal of Psychology and Clinical Psychiatry, 6, 7, Dec-2016.
  • Banerjee P, Puri,A and Puri A, “Cyber Interventions in management of Borderline Personality Disorder”, International Research journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, 3(5), 1 – 8, 2349 – 4085, 2016.
  • Banerjee P, Puri,A and Puri A, “Integrating Spiritual Healing in Cyber Counselling Consultatiopns”, International Research journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences. 3(5), 88 – 100, 2349 – 4085, 2016.
  • Banerjee P, Puri A, “The Symphony of OAM (Optimism Attitude Model) Impacting Performance and Mental Health”. EC Psychology and Psychiatry, 149-157, 2016.
  • Banerjee P, Yadav B, “A Study of Positive Psychological Capital on Employee Engagement on a Defence Establishment of India”, The International Journal of Indian Psychology, 2348-5396 Oct-2016.
  • Banerjee P, “Construction of a Test on Optimism Index: PEROMATM Perspective”, Journal of Psychology & Clinical Psychiatry, 5, 6, 2016.
  • Sharma RC, “BOOK REVIEW [INVESTMENT BANKING (concept, Analysis and Cases), Pratap Giri S.]”, Amity Journal of Management, 3, 2, 2, 37, 2347-1832, Jan-2015.
  • J.K. Sharma, Anupama R, Arishma, Ullas P Ramakrishnan, Rajhans RK, “Minda Corporation”, AIMS Journal of Management, 1, 2, 162-170, March-2016.
  • Kumar A, “The Urguary Round: Repercussion for India”, International Journal of Trade and Global, 1, 5, March- 2016.
  • Kumar A, “Management Education & its Interface with the Corporate Culture”, A Journal of Management & Research, 1, 1, 2278-5116, March-2016.
  • Sharma PK, Kumar S, “Leading Strategies for Microfinance Institutions and Service Support to Self Help Group (SHGs) to Strengthen Inclusive Growth – A Study of Bareilly Division of Uttar Pradesh:, The International Journal Research Publication Singapore's – Research Journal of Social Science and Management, 5, 12, 194-203, Impact Factor 5.38, April-2016.
  • Awasthi S, Kumar S, “Competency Mapping: A Strategic tool in managing employee performance”, International Journal of Social Science & Management, 6, 1, 57-65, 2551-1571, Impact Factor 5.38, June 2016.
  • Awasthi S, Rishipal, “Competency Mapping : A moderator among managerial effectiveness and employee loyalty”, International Journal of Research in Management, Economics & Commerces, 6, 5,15-24, 2550-057X, Impact Factor 6.384, June 2016.
  • Sanjeev Gunjan M, “How is the need for innovation being addressed in the India hospitality industry?”, Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism themes, 8, 4, 2016.
  • Sanjeev Gunjan M, “Innovations mount up in the India Hospitality Industry: summing up”, Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 8, 4, 496-503, 2016.
  • Sanjeev Gunjan M., “Reflections on the theme issue outcomes: How is the need for innovation being addressed by the Indian hospitality industry?”, Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 8, 4, 504-510, 2016.
  • Sanjeev Gunjan M.,” Innovations in the Indian hospitality industry: an overview”, Worldwide Hospitality and Tourism Themes, 8, 4, 408-415, 2016.
  • Sharma H, “A study on efficiency of India Power sector in post reform era”, International Journal of management and social science research, 12, 2349-6738, Impact Factor 3.996, 2016.
  • Kumar B, “Surface energy and wettability of van der Waals structures”, Nanoscale, 8, 10, 5764-5770,DOI: 10.1039/C5NR06705G, Impact Factor - 7.39, march-2016.
  • T. Dikonimous, F. Bunocore & N. Lisi, Brajpuriya R K, “Annealing Free, High Quality CVD Graphene Growth and Transfer”, Accepted to Publish in Springer Proceedings in Physics, Sep-2016.
  • Brajpuriya R K, “Clean and Smooth Transfer of High Quality CVD Graphene Using Cyclododecane”, Accepted in 6th International Conference Nonmaterial's: Applications and Properties 2016, DOI: 10.1109/ NAP.2016.7757270 IEEE Page no.: 02CBNM02-1 to 02CBNM02-1, Sep – 2016.
  • Brajpuriya R K “A Comparative Study of Arc Melted and Ball Milled FeAl Alloyes”, Accepted in 6th International Conference Nanomaterials: Applications and Properties 2016, DOI:10.1109/NAP.2016.7757277, IEEE Page no.: 02MAN02-1 to 02MAN02-3, Sep-2016.
  • Brajpuriya R, “Structural study of Fe/Al MLS as a function of Fe film thickness”, International Journal of Science and Research, Volume 5 Issue 6, June 2016, 1160-1163, ISSN (Online): 2319-7064, Impact Factor (2015): 6.391, June 2016
  • Brajpuriya R, Green, clean, economical and scalable method to obtain high quality Graphene for Solar and other applications, 2016 International Conference on Advances in Electrical, Electronic and System Engineering (ICAEESE 2016), 978-1-5090-2888-7/16© IEEE, 2016
  • Sengupta C, “The Socio-Religious Significance of Firoz Shah Kotia : A synthesis between the supernatural world and the real world”, South Aian Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences, 3,3, 51-57, 2249-7382, Impact Factor 2.246, March-2016.
  • Sengupta C, “Bdauni as a Source for interpreting the History of Akbar's Periods: A Critical Review of the Muntakhab Ut-Tawarikh and Najat ur-Rashid”, International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences, 1,3, 66-68, 2349-6738, Impact Factor 6.225, March-2016.
  • Sengupta C, “Assessing the Reasons for Pilgrimage to Sufi Shrines : Analyzing the the reasons in the contex to popular dargahs in Delhi”, International Journal of Management and Social Science Research Review, 1, 3, 66- 68, 2349-6738, Impact Factor, 3.029, March-2016.
  • Sengupta C, “The Suhrawardi Silsilha in Delhi: Spiritual Accommodation and peaceful Co-existencewith the Chishtis”, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, 4.3, 466-471,2321-7021-7065, March-2016.
  • Gulati A, Yadav P, “From Worstation to Cabin… The Motivation Fallacy”, International Journal of English Language, Literature and Humanities, 4,3, 466-471, 2321-7065, Impact Factor 4.287, March-2016.
  • Jha SK, “An Ethnographic insight into Global and Indian ELT Program”, Journal of English Language and Literature, 3, 2, 5-15, April-2016.
  • Jha SK, “Do Indian Universities Produce Ideal ELT Practitioners?”, Indian Journal of Research,5, 4,33-36, Impact Factor- 5.215, April-2016.
  • Jha SK, “An Ethnographic Insight into Ethiopian English Educations”, International Education and Research Journal, 2, 4, 25-33, April-2016.
  • Yadav P, “Dynamism of Life Force' in the Life of a man”, International Journal of Applied Research, 6,4, 51-52, Impact Factor 3.919, April-2016.
  • Sengupta C, “Historical Significance of Shrine Visitations in the City of Delhi: Analysis of visitations in the medieval period”, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Studies, 2, 6, 2349-6711,Impact Factor 0.275, Non-, May-2016.
  • Yadav P, “Origin and New Meaning Assigned to the concept of superman”, IJAR, 1, 6, 2320-5407,Impact Factor- 5.336, Non-, May-2016.
  • Umale J, Sharaff R, “Learner involvement and Motivation through Moodle”, International Journal of Innovations in TESOL and Applied Linguistics, 3, 2454-6887, Non-, May-2016.
  • Sengupta C, “Responsible Business through Community Involvement: analyzing the community initiatives of electronic giants IBM and Sony”, International Education and Research Journal, June-2015, Non-.
  • Malik P, “Changed face of feminism in a married women by Manju Kapur”, British Journal of Pharmaceutical, Gyandayini Samaj Vigyan Shodh Patrika, 6, 2, 16-21, 2249-572X, Dec-2016.
  • Malhotra M, Sandhu G, “Reforming Engineering Education for Innovation Research and Development to achieve Academic Excellence”, International Journal of Muldisciplinary and Current Research, 4,3, Impact Factor 5.12, April-2016.
  • Malhotra M, “Posttraumatic Growth : Positive Changes Following Adversity – An Overview”, International Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, 6,3, 109-118, 2332-300, Impact Factor 6.226, April-2016.
  • Srivastava N, Dwivedi A, “A Study of Depression and Self Esteem Between Working and Non-Working married Women”, International Journal of Scientific Research, 5, 5, 186-190, 2277-8179, Impact Factor-1.336, May-2016.
  • Ola M, “Hypothyroidism and its impact on General Mental Health, Body Image Satisfaction and Aggression in Males and Females: A Comparative Study”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current Research, 4, 487-489, 2321-3124, Impact Factor 2.021, June 2016.
  • Yadav M, Puri A, Sharma, A, “Using technology to enhance student's academic performance”, Bhartiyam International Journal of Education & Research, 5, 2, 2277-1255, 2016.
  • Malhotra M, “Religious Coping and Caregiving Stres, In (Ed.) Chaube”, N. Spirituality and Human Psyche. Partridge India. 2016.
  • Malhotra M., Srivastava A, “Child Sexual Abuse and Personality Development”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, 2016.
  • Malhotra M, Taruna G, Dixit S, “Stress and Coping Strategies among Caregivers of Cancer Patients”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary and Current Research, 4, 269-275, 2016.
  • Agrawal P, Srivasta A, “A study on emotional maturity and self esteem among working and non-working women: A comparative study”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary and current research, 4, 343-347, 2016.
  • Kukreja T, Ahuja S, “Cognitive emotion Regulation and Emotional Intelligence Among boys and girls of class Tenth”, International research journal of management sociology and humanities, 6, 11, 2016.
  • Bhattacharya A, Shukla A, “Gender Script of Today's Educated Young Adults”, Journal of Contemporary Psychological Research, 3, 1, 34-45, 2016.
  • Pandey P. Shukla A, “Counselors' Satisfaction with Various Aspects of HIV/AIDS Counseling job in India”, International Journal of Education and Management Studies, 2016.
  • Dixit V. Shikla A, “The Psychological Life Postions of Youth in the Context of Nirbhaya Incident”, Journal of Psychological Researches, 2016.
  • Gupta P. & Shukla A, “Socio-demographic and clinical characteristics of TTH and migraine: Association with care”, Somatic Inkblot Series, 2016.
  • Kumar A, “Participation of women in Indian Democratic Institution: An Analytical Overview”, National Law News, 29-35, 38-42, 0976-4305, , April-2016.
  • Singh BK, “Judicial Attitude towards Dowry System”, GSBSP, 5, 3, 20-22, 2249-572X, April-2016, .
  • Mishra N, “Social Responsibility of Corporate Sector VIS A VIS Companies (Amendemt) Act 2013”, GSBSP, 5, 3, 15-19, 2249-572X, April-2016.
  • Bhatt AK, “A Burning Reality of Indian Society With Special Reference to Child Abouse : An over view”, Sodh Sanchar Bulletin, 5, 20, 120-123, 2348-2397, , may-2016.
  • Sharma N, Sharma S, “The Judicial Process as An Instrument of Social Ordering”, International Journal of Research in Social Sciences, 6, 5, 79-89, 2249-2496, Impact Factor 5.650, Non-, May-2016.
  • Yadav M, “White Collar Crime-An Overview”, Military Law Journal, 0971-7803, Non-, June 2016.
  • Kumar BS, “Judicial Activism - Support And Criticism”, International Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 2394- 4277, Non-, July 2016.
  • Madhava M, “Analyzing Post Patent Amendment Act, 2005”, International Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 2394-4277, Non-, July 2016.
  • Jain A, “Patents and Access to Green Technology: Issues and Concern”, International Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 2394-4277, Non-, July 2016.
  • Kumar BS, “Role of Science and Technology in the law of competition”, International Journal of Law and Social Sciences, 2394-4277, Non-, July 2016.
  • Bhatt AK, “Globalization and The Rights of Women in the Neo Scientific Era.”, International Journal of Law and Social Sciences, Ajay Kumar Bhatt , 2394-4277, Non-, July 2016.
  • Batt AK, “Muddled in Legal Labyrinth: An Analysis”, GSVSP, 6, 1, 2249-572X, Non-, July 2016.
  • Pathak P, “Right of Indigenous People: An Overview”, GSVSP, 6, 1, 2249-572X, Non-, July 2016.
  • Singh BK, “Dowry Prohibition Act: An Appraisal”, VIDHAN, 2, 2, 20-22, 2230-9896, Non-, Aug 2016.
  • Batt AK, “Marital Rape is against The Dignity of Women: A Critical Appraisal”, VIDHAN, 2, 42552,2230-9896, Non-, Aug 2016.
  • Parui S, “Planning of the Individual educational route in the University's education: Experience of Indian and Russia”, Assonance – A Journal of Russian & Comparative Literary Studies, Department of Russian and Comparative Literature, University of Calicut Kerala, 3. 16, 131-140, Jan-2016.
  • Parui S, “Post Mao China: From the perspective of der stratification as an intellectual discourse in literature”, International Journal for humanities and Social Science, 3, 512-523, 0976-9721, Impact Factor 0.33, June 2016.
  • Mallik RK, “A Brief Artistic Analysis of Odishan Folk Painting (Pattchitra)”, International Fine Art Research Journal, 2350-1421, Non- May-2016.
  • Bhargava V, Monika, “ Green marketing in India- An Overview”, KAAV International Journal of Economics, Commerce & Business management, 3, 3, 2348-4969, Impact Factor 6.9071, Aug 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V, “India Stepping for IFRS: A critical Review”, IRA international journal of Management & Social Sciences, 4, 2, 2455-2267, Impact Factor -3.55, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V, “Application of BCG Matrix in Indian dairy industry, KAAV” International journal of Economics, commerce & Business Management, 3, 3, 2348-4969, Impact Factor 6.907, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V, “Corporate social responsibility and its implication in India”, International journal of management, 7, 3, 0976-6502, Impact Factor 8.19, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V “Does CSR Spending Really Matters – A Case Study of 250 BSE Listed Companies”, International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 4, 8, Impact Factor 5.837, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V “Gen Y to Gen Z Transition: Need For Customizing Management Education”,E-AIMA, 10, 2, 2016.
  • Dhinga R, “A Study on Managing Employee's Relations and Working Conditions with Reference to NCR Region, International Journal of Management Research”, 4, 271-300, 2321-1700, 2016.
  • Dhinga R, “Implicit Leadership theories and Transformational Leadership: Concept and Formulation”, Pravish Rajnam Journal of Studies, 2348-3652, 2016.
  • Dhinga R, Punia BK, “White Collar Employees' Emotional Intelligence in Manufacturing and Service Organisations”, Management Mosaic Traversing Across Assorted Research arena, 978-938-5-504-143, 2016.
  • Dhinga R, “An Empirical Study on Investor's Preference about various Investment Avenues with reference to NCR”, International Journal of Applied Financial Management Perspectives, 2279-0896,2016.
  • Dhinga R, “A Study on Tax Saving (ElSS) Mutual Funds In India: Comparative Analysis of Selected Mutual Funds”, Anusandhan - The research depository, 978-93-5212-539-5, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V , “India Stepping for IFRS: A critical Review”; IRA international journal of Management & Social Sciences, IRA international journal of Management & Social Sciences, 4, 2,2455-2267, Impact Factor 3.55, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V, “Application of BCG Matrix in Indian dairy industry; KAAV international journal of Economics, commerce & Business management”, KAAV international journal of Economics, commerce & Business management, 3, 3, 2348-4969, Impact Factor 6.9071, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V , “Corporate social responsibility and its implication in India; International journal of management”, International journal of management, 7, 3, 0976-6502, Impact Factor 8.19, 2016.
  • Tripathi N, Bhargava V, “Does CSR Spending Really Matters – A Case Study of 250 BSE Listed Companies”, International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, 4, 8,2321-8169, Impact Factor 5.837, 2016.
  • Abbasi H, Dahiya M, “Scope of Women Entrepreneurship in India “, IJRITCC, 4, 5, 423-426,2321-8169, Impact Factor 5.873, 2016.
  • Abbasi H, Dahiya M, “Services Marketing: Challenges & Strategies”, IJRITCC, 4, 5, 345-349,2321-8169, Impact Factor 5.873, 2016.
  • Abbasi H, “Green Supply Chain Management In India”, IJAR, 14, 349-353, 2320-5407, Impact Factor 5.336, 2016.
  • Dhamija D, “SSQS and OTP based user Authentication Mechanism in Cloud Computing”, IJIRR, 3, 5,2431-37, 2349-9141, Impact Factor 4.25, 2016.
  • Dhamija D, Dhamija A, “Challenges and Tools Available for various Testing Techniques in Android Mobile Application testing”, IJLTET, 7, 1, 703-708, 2278-621X, Impact Factor 4.49, 2016.
  • Sing L, “Factors of Pilgrimage Tourism Satisfaction: An Empirical Analysis of North India, ATTITHI Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, Sep-2016.
  • Rana P, “Odd-Even Scheme: Assessing the Effectiveness of Communication Strategies”, International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, 3, 8, 2349-4085, Impact Factor 3.866, Nov-2016.
  • Rana P, “Gender Justice Through Collective Community Action Mahila Panchayats : A case Study”, International Research Journal of Human Resources and Social Sciences, 3, 4, 2349-4085, Impact Factor 3.866, Nov-2016.
  • Kumar M, “Innovation of digital Technology Changing the aesthetics of Indian Cinema”, International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 2, 11, 2394-4331, Nov-2016.
  • Kumar M, “Global Information Society-Moving Towards an Inclusive Society”, International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies, 2, 11, 2394-4331, Nov-2016
  • Sushila, R. and Kaushik, C.P., “Assessment of occurrence of diseases related to ground water pollution in south western districts of Haryana, Remarking An Analisation.) monthly Multidisciplinary International Journal Social Research Foundation, Kanpur. Peer reviewed, 1(4)31-35, 2394-0344,2016.
  • Singh,S, Kaushik, A and Kaushik, C.P.”Comparing efficiency of down-flow and up-flow vertical constructed wetlands for treatment of simulated dumpsite leach ate”, Imperial journal of Interdisciplinary Research 2(8) 942-945(ISSN 2454-1362) Peer reviewed, 2016.
  • Minakshi, Sharma,P., Kaushik, C.P. and Kaushik,A, “Screening and characterization of fungi isolated from textile effluent polluted soil samples for the decolonization of dye” Journal of Environmental Research and Development 10(4) 717-722.2016.
  • Goyal S, Mohapatra M, Kumar A, Dube SK, Kushagra R, “Validation of a Satellite based Cyclogenesis Technique over North India Ocean”, Journal of Earth System Sciences, 125, 7, 1353-1363, Impact Factor 0.695, 2016.
  • Nagpal R, Raghav AK, “Fatigue Analysis of Slantbed sewing machine needle and Flatbed sewing machine needle”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education, 2, 3,246-253, 2395- 4396, 2016.
  • Nagpal R, Singh S, “Dire Need of Trained Work Force in Furniture Market in India”, International Journal of Advance Research and Innovative Ideas in Education, 4146-4150, 2395-4396, 2016.