Department of Chemistry was established as a part of SJCE in 1963 and it has got a excellent qualified faculties offering Masters of Science and Doctoral Programmes (Ph.D) in the area of Chemistry. M.Sc Chemistry with four core modules of Analytical Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Inorganic Chemistry and Physical Chemistry. The department apart from its main tasks of involving itself in an academic teaching and research has been also periodically interacted and established a mutually beneficial relationship with the nearby institution. The state of the art infrastructural facilities, faculties and expertise has been the hall mark of the department. This course is academic, industry and research oriented programme. A good number of industries contacted for M.Sc Chemistry course. Regular teaching and research laboratories are well equipped with sophisticated instruments to meet needs of the students. Department has achieved remarkable progress in terms of research output. The department at present has 12 researchers registered for PhD programme with 1 thesis submitted and 3 awarded. The main areas of ongoing research are synthetic organic chemistry, medicinal chemistry, synthetic organometallic chemistry, green chemistry, nano chemistry, biosensors and co-ordination chemistry. Every year the department is organizing seminar, workshops and conferences to provide a platform for researchers, academicians, scientists and industrialists to discuss for mutual benefits.

Chemistry Lab
Sl.No. Equipment /Machinery/Computer system Funding Agency
1. Aqua Soft water model, Bhanu make TEQIP-I
2. Sartorius Analytical balance , Model-BSA224S-CN TEQIP-II
3. pH Meters, Conductivity Meters, Potentiometers, Spectrophotometers and Flame photometers
  Research Lab
Sl.No. Equipment /Machinery/Computer system Funding Agency
1. Double distilled water plant Bhanu make TEQIP-I
2. BOD Incubator Management
3. Refrigerator Management
4. Rotavapor with pump Management
5. Electrochemical work station with impedance analyzer. DAE-BRNS
6. Muffle Furnace DAE-BRNS
7. Ultrasonicaton Bath DAE-BRNS
8. Electrophoresis Unit DAE-BRNS
9. Sartorius Analytical balance , Model-BSA224S-CN. Management
 

 For BE

Vision The Chemistry department is dedicated
  • Providing superior undergraduate and professional education to its students.
  • Developing and advancing the talents of students to create applicable knowledge.
  • Nurturing translational and transformational research that benefit the society.
  • Inspiring to excel in applied sciences delivery and care.
  • To prepare students for a diverse and changing world.

For Chemistry M.Sc

The Department of Chemistry endeavors to be a nationally-recognized model for educating and graduating students prepared to compete in and contribute to the ever-changing, technology-centered world of the 21st century.  To achieve this vision, the department is committed to providing a course of study for postgraduates in the chemical sciences which combines curriculum, scholarship and service/engagement opportunities that are of high-quality, innovative and intellectually challenging and employ state-of-the-art technologies.
For BE
    • To encourage the advancement of science particularly chemistry in all of its branches through its education, research, and service missions.
     
    • To awaken the young minds and discover their talents both in theory and in providing, through dedication to teaching, commitment to students and innovative instructional methods.
For M.Sc Chemistry 
    • Teach students the value of inter-disciplinary thinking by providing them with educational and research opportunities between chemistry and other fields of study.
    • Promote innovative curriculum development while exposing students to advanced instrumentation and technology.
    • Foster multi-disciplinary curriculum development to provide students with a breadth of course options in Forensic Chemistry, Biochemistry, Natural Product Chemistry, Environmental Science, Polymer Science, and Chemical Education.
    • Serve as good role models to students for safe and ethical professional behavior.
    • Encourage students to value diversity and to develop a global perspective through international experiences in chemistry.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)  PEO1: To provide students with strong fundamentals of chemistry for a successful career in academia and industry. PEO2: To enable students for higher education and innovative research to solve multidisciplinary issues. PEO3: To equip students with innovative skills and moral values for being responsible individual.

 PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs) 

PSO1: The students gain the knowledge and understanding of the materials from the chemistry perspective.

PSO2: Students able to utilize the knowledge of chemistry in synthesis, characterization, and testing of materials and applying principles of chemistry to resolve contemporary societal and industrial issues.

 PSO3: Students will be capable of taking research/ higher education in premier institutes and employment in academia, research organizations and industries viz. chemical, pharmaceuticals, rubbers, plastics, paints, agricultural food processing, and packaging etc.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

 PO1: Develop the knowledge of fundamental and advanced aspects of chemistry.

PO2: Understanding and analysis of the mechanism underlying chemical reactions.

PO3: Understanding and design experimental methods and routes for the synthesis of materials.

PO4: Develop and understand the methods and tools for the characterization of materials.

PO5: Establish an understanding of structure-property relations of materials.

PO6: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments analysis, and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to arrive at valid conclusions.

PO7: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex chemistry problems using first principles of natural sciences.

PO8: Understand the impact of the innovations of chemistry and chemical products on societal and environmental contexts.

PO9: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: Communicate effectively in chemistry forums, with society at large, such as being able to comprehend, write effective reports, design documentation and make effective presentations.

PO11: Demonstrate knowledge and understand to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

PO12: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the laboratory practices.

OBE Administration

 
Sl.No Category Name of the Person
1. Head of the Department Chairperson Dr. Muneera Begum
2. Faculty Members at different levels covering different specializations. Members 1. Dr. P. Mallu 2. Dr. Bindya S 3. Dr. N. Kumara Swamy 4. Smt. Nagashree S
3. Subject Experts from outside the College nominated by Academic Council. Members 1. Dr. M. S. Dharmaprakash Professor & HOD Department of Chemistry BMS College of Engineering Bengaluru. 2.  Dr. K. Natarajan Professor Department of Chemistry RV College of Engineering Bengaluru 2. Dr. L. Sukanya Ravishankar Professor Department of Chemistry NIE, Mysuru 3. Dr. B. K. Bettadaiah Senior Scientist CFTRI, Mysuru 4. Dr. P. M. RamdasBhandarkar Professor & Head Department of Chemistry NIE, Mysuru

Programmes Offered

  • • B.E (Common to All Branches)
  • • M.Sc Chemistry
  • • Ph.D Chemistry

Know your Faculty

 
Sl.No Name Designation Qualification Specialization
1 Dr. Muneera Begum Professor & Head Ph. D Chemistry
2 Dr. P.Mallu Professor Ph. D Chemistry
3 Dr. S.Bindya Assistant Professor Ph. D Chemistry
4 Dr. N Kumara Swamy Assistant Professor Ph. D Chemistry
5 Dr. S Nagashree Assistant Professor Ph.D Chemistry
6 Dr. C S Karthik Assistant Professor Ph.D Chemistry
7 Dr. B S Madhukar Assistant Professor Ph.D Chemistry
8 Dr.  Sandeep S Assistant Professor Ph.D Chemistry
9 Nagendra Prasad H S Assistant Professor M.Sc. (Ph.D) Chemistry
10 Deepika p Senior Teaching Fellow M.Sc. (Ph.D) Chemistry
11 Vedavathi H S Senior Teaching Fellow M.Sc. (Ph.D) Chemistry
SL. NO. NAME DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION PHONE
1 SHANTHA MALLIKARJUN. M ASST. INSTRUCTOR B.Sc 9110224314
2 V SRINIVASA MECHANIC SSLC 9483150212
3 MUTTURAJ  N .S LAB HELPER 7TH 9483228199
4 NIKHIL .S LAB HELPER JOC 7019016884

Curriculum & Timetable

 
2016 Ph. D. Awarded
  1. Dr. Chandrashekar G K from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belegavi under the guidance of Dr.P.Mallu, Professor,  Department of Chemistry.
2017
  • P.Mallu was Invited as a invited speaker and delivered the lecture on the topic “Design, Synthesis of Piperidine Derivatives for Anti-cancer and Anti- Inflammatory Agents” presented at the 7th National Conference on Novel Polymeric Materials held on 15-16 September 2017 at Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore.
Ph. D. Awarded
  1. Dr. Nagashree S, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belegavi under the guidance     of  Dr. P. Mallu, Professor, Department of Chemistry.
  2. Dr. Karthik C S, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belegavi under the guidance      of  Dr. P. Mallu, Professor, Department of Chemistry.
2018
  • Sachith B M– II M.Sc Chemistry Student-Awarded Travel grant to present research paper in 11th  International workshop on Advanced Materials to be held at Ras AlKhaimah, UAE on Feb 24 to 26 2019.
   Ph.D. Thesis Submitted
  1. Mr. Sandeep S, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry from Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belegavi under the guidance of  Dr. N. Kumara Swamy, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry and Co-guidance of Dr.P.Mallu, Professor, Department of Chemistry.
Research Activities The Department of Chemistry has a strong faculty profile with seven doctorates. The department has a well-focused research on recent advancements in the area of Synthetic organic chemistry, Chemical Biology, Nanotechnology, Bioinformatics, Environmental Biotechnology, Inorganic Metal Complexes, Sensors, Drug Design & Discovery.   Research and Development activities     
  • Department has obtained grants from National agencies like UGC and DAE-BRNS which has been utilized in upgrading advance research facilities.
  • Department of Chemistry has successfully conducted seminar, workshop & conferences every year in the field of Chemistry.
  Faculty and Area of Specialization
  Sl.No Name of the faculty Area of Research Interest Total No of Publications Citations h-index value
1. Dr. Muneera Begum Inorganic complexes, biopolymers 12 76 04
2. Dr. P. Mallu Organic Medicinal Chemistry, Polymer Chemistry, Nanomaterials. 39   216 07
3. Dr. Bindya S Synthetic Chemistry and Nanomaterials 34 248 09
4. Dr. N. Kumara Swamy Nanomaterials, Biosensors and Environmental Chemistry 20   39 04
5. Dr. Nagashree S Organic Chemistry, Analytical Techniques 12 18 03
6. Dr. C. S. Karthik Organic Medicinal Chemistry, Chemical biology,  Computational biology Nanomaterials, Solid state chemistry, 22 32 03
7. Dr. B. S. Madhukar Inorganic Chemistry, Polymer Composites, Polymer Green composites, Polymer nano-composites, Nano materials, Phosphors and nanophosphors, Perovskite, Polymer nanocomposite based PVA films, Piezoelectric materials. 17 41 04
Total 156 670 34
Average 95.714 4.857
   Details of Research Scholars  
Sl.No Name of the Guide Student Name Year of Registration University Research topic Status  
1. Dr.Muneera Begum   Ms. Vinusha H M     2014   VTU, Belgaum Synthesis,Characterization and invitro Antimicrobial Activity of Metal complexes. Work under progress  
2. Dr. P. Mallu   Mr. Shankar N   2012 VTU, Belgaum Development and Validation of novel analytical methods for drugs. Work under Progress
3.   Mr. Santhosh M.V. 2013   VTU, Belgaum Synthesis of some new azo compounds and their anticancer activity. Work under Progress
4. Mr. Nagendra Prasad 2016 VTU, Belgaum Synthesis of Novel piperazine metal complexes and its biocidal mechanism against Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Work under Progress
5. Mr. Nanjunda Swamy 2017 JSS S&T U Novel approach for synthesis of pyridine analogues against MRSA to overcome bacterial infections. Work under Progress
6.   Dr.N.Kumara Swamy Mr. S. Sandeep 2013 VTU, Belgaum Fabrication of Polyphenol Biosensor and its Performance Evaluation Thesis Submitted
7. Mr. A. S. Santhosh 2014 VTU, Belgaum Development of an Electrochemical Sensor for Polyphenol detection Work under progress
8. Mrs. Vedavathy 2014   VTU, Belgaum Design of Functional Polymer Composite Membranes for Biosensing Applications Work under progress
9. Mr. Mohan 2017 JSS S&T U Synthesis and Characterization of perovskyte nanomaterials Work under progress
 
Dr. B S Madhukar Assistant Professor   TITLE OF THE INVENTION: DEVICE AND METHOD FOR AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRONIC PRECISE ADJUSTMENT OF TAPPET CLEARANCE   Patent Number: 201841041031 Date: 30/10/2018 Name: Shashidhar Rudregowda Madhukar Beejaganahalli Sangameshwara Suprith Sudheer Pooja Thyagaraj Naik
Sl No PI Title of the Project Sponsoring Agency DST/AICTE/UGC/VTU/Industry/WORLD BANK/Any other Amount of Funds allocated with date Status of project
1. Dr. P. Mallu Synthesis, characterization and biological activity of some organic compounds UGC, New Delhi 8,28,000.00 Dt: 25.03.2013 Completed (2013-2017)
2. Dr. N. Kumara Swamy Fabrication of polyphenol oxidase based biosensor and its performance evaluation of analysis for  polyphenols Department of Atomic Eenergy (DAE)–Board of Research in Nuclear Science (BRNS) 26,07,000.00 Dt: 03.12.2013 Completed (2014-2017)
3. Dr.P.Mallu Establishment Of Centre for Facile Synthesis of Metal Complexes and Study for Interaction with Biomolecules VGST-CISEE (Centre of Innovative Science and Engineering Education) 30.00 Lakhs Dt: 27.08.2018 Ongoing 2018-2021

 Chemhub was started by M.Sc students in the year 2017 with an objective of holding various academic and extracurricular activities such as seminars, conferences and workshops to provide a platform for the student feternity. It was inaugurated by our Vice Chencellor Prof. B G Sangameshwara, JSS Science and Technology University, Mysuru on the occasion of One day International Symposium on Advanced Materials (ISAM) on 27th December 2017.

 
2016
  1. Madhukar, B. S., Bhadre Gowda, D. G., Annadurai, V., & Somashekar, R. (2016). Phase behaviors of PU/SPI green composites using SAXS profiles. Advances in Polymer Technology35(1).
  2. Sandeep, A., Santhosh, A. S., Kumara Swamy, N., Suresh, G.S., and Melo, J. S. (2016) “Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Euphorbia geneculata leaf extract and their characterization”, Proc. of Int. Conf. Matcon 16 (ISBN 978-93-80095-738), 314-316.
  3. Swamy, N. K., Singh, P., & Sarethy, I. P. (2016). A Two-step Reduction of Color and Phenols from Paper Industry Wastewater using Copper Sulfate and Pseudomonas putida. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S1217, 220.
  4. Swamy, N. K., Singh, P., & Sarethy, I. P. (2016). Effect of sequential treatment of paper industry wastewater using aluminum chloride and Pseudomonas putida. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S1226, 229.
  5. Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Swamy, N. K., Suresh, G. S., Melo, J. S., & Mallu, P. (2016). Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Convolvulus pluricaulis leaf extract and assessment of their catalytic, electrocatalytic and phenol remediation properties.  Mater. Lett7(5), 383-389.
  6. Latha Rani, N., Karthik, C. N., Mallu, P., Mallesha, L., & Sridhar, M. A. (2016). Synthesis, crystal structure and hirshfeld study of 3, 3′-dinitrobenzophenone. Journal of Applicable Chemistry5(1), 231-241.
  7. Karthik, C., Mallesha, L., Nagashree, S., Mallu, P., Patil, V., & Kumar, S. (2016). Schiff bases of 4-(methylthio) benzaldehydes: Synthesis, characterization, antibacterial, antioxidant and cytotoxicity Studies. Current Chemistry Letters5(2), 71-82.
  8. Agarwal, D. S., Anantaraju, H. S., Sriram, D., Yogeeswari, P., Nanjegowda, S. H., Mallu, P., & Sakhuja, R. (2016). Synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of bile acid-aromatic/heteroaromatic amides linked via amino acids as anti-cancer agents. Steroids107, 87-97.
  9. Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Swamy, N. K., Suresh, G. S., Melo, J. S., & Mallu, P. (2016). Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Convolvulus pluricaulis leaf extract and assessment of their catalytic, electrocatalytic and phenol remediation properties.  Mater. Lett7(5), 383-389.
  10. Nanjegowda, S. H., Papanna, M. G., Achar, R. R., Rangappa, K. S., Mallu, P., & Swamy, S. N. (2016). A gradient based facile HPLC method for simultaneous estimation of antioxidants extracted from tea powder. Journal of food science and technology53(5), 2253-2259.
  11. Kumari, S., Shakoor, S. A., Bajaj, K., Nanjegowda, S. H., Mallu, P., & Sakhuja, R. (2016). Copper-catalysed CN/CO coupling in water: a facile access to N-coumaryl amino acids and fluorescent tyrosine & lysine labels. Tetrahedron Letters57(25), 2732-2736.
  12. Mallesha, L., Karthik, C. S., Kumar, C., & Mallu, P. (2016). Synthesis, antioxidant and antihemolytic activities of (4-nitrobenzylidene)-pyridin-3-ylmethyl amine. Chem Sci Rev Lett5, 183-190.
  13. Karthik, C. S., Mallesha, L., Santhosh, M. V., Nagashree, S., & Mallu, P. (2016). Synthesis, Characterization, Antimicrobial Activity, and Optical Properties of Schiff Bases Derived from 4-(Aminomethyl) Piperidine. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S1206, 212.
  2017  Santhosh, G., Nayaka, G. P., & Madhukar, B. S. (2017). Optical properties of PVP/Li 3 GaO 3 nanocomposites. Materials Today: Proceedings4(11), 12061-12069.
  1. Dayashankar, C. P., Madhukar, B. S., Prakash, A. G., & Deepika, P. C. (2017). Investigation on citric acid-based nano hydroxyapatite composite for dental bone graft. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science5(2), 108-111.
  1. Saeed, A. M., Al-Gunaid, M. Q., Subramani, N. K., & Basavarajaiah, S. (2018). Effect of cesium aluminate nanofiller on optical properties of polyvinyl pyrrolidone nanocomposite films. Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering57(12), 1188-1196.
  1. Shilpa, K. N., Nithin, K. S., Sachhidananda, S., & Madhukar, B. S. (2017). Visibly transparent PVA/sodium doped dysprosia (Na2Dy2O4) nano composite films, with high refractive index: An optical study. Journal of Alloys and Compounds694, 884-891.
  1. Al-Gunaid, M. Q., Saeed, A. M., Subramani, N. K., & Madhukar, B. S. (2017). Optical parameters, electrical permittivity and I–V characteristics of PVA/Cs2CuO2 nanocomposite films for opto-electronic applications. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics28(11), 8074-8086.
  1. Madhukar, B. S., Gowda, D. B., Madhukar, B. S., & Somashekar, R. (2017). Evaluation of mechanical, thermal, and morphological behaviors of polyurethane/mahua seed cake green composite. Advances in Polymer Technology36(2), 186-195.
  2. Santhosh, A. S., Sandeep, S., Swamy, N. K., Suresh, G. S., & Melo, J. S. (2017). Green synthesis of hybrid silver nano structures using Cassia occidentalis plant leaf broth and their characterization.
  1. Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Swamy, N. K., Chamaraja, N. A., & Nitin, K. S. (2017). Redox and Electron Charge Transfer Characteristics of Glassy Carbon Electrode Modified with Polyvinylpyrrolidone and Biosynthesized Silver Nanoparticles. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S210, 13.
  1. Swamy, N. K., Sandeep, S., & Santhosh, A. S. (2017). Enzyme Immobilization Methods and Role of Conductive Polymers in Fabrication of Enzymatic Biosensors. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S21, 5.
  1. Chamaraja, N. A., Shivakumar, A., Kumar, C., & KumaraSwamy, N. (2017). Spectrophotometric determination of peroxidase using N, N-diethyl-p-phylenediamine sulphate and 3-Aminophenol as a chromogenic reagent: Application of the method to seeds of some fruits. Chemical Data Collections11, 84-95.
  1. Chamaraja, N. A., Kumar, C. P., Vedamurthy, N. M., Kavya, H. V., Sahana, D. S., Megha, B., … & Kumaraswamy, N. (2017). Novel spectrophotometric method for the assay of hydrogen peroxide using sulfosalicylic acid as a chromogenic probe. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S238, 41.
  1. Swamy, N. K., Sandeep, S., & Santhosh, A. S. (2017). Conductive Polymers and their Nanohybrid Transducers for Electrochemical Biosensors Applications: A Brief Review. Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science S26, 9.
  1. Hema, M. K., Karthik, C. S., Kumara, K., Mallesha, L., Mallu, P., & Lokanath, N. K. (2017). Crystal structure and hirshfeld surface analysis of 4-nitrophenyl isocyanate. Der Pharma Chemica9(7), 8-12.
  1. Prathap, K. C., Karthik, C. S., Naveen, S., Kumara, K., Mallesha, L., Mallu, P., & Lokanath, N. K. (2017). Synthesis, characterization, thermal, optical, crystal structure and Hirshfeld surface analysis of 2-((Pyridin-4-yl) methyl) isoindoline-1, 3-dione. Chemical Data Collections9, 164-174.
  2018
  1. Al-Gunaid, M., Siddaramaiah, B., & A. P, G. P. (2018). Structural, Dielectric Permittivity and Optical Characteristics of Casting Poly Vinyl Alcohol/Calcium Nickel Aluminate Nanocomposite Films. Polymer-Plastics Technology and Engineering, 1-15.
  1. Somesh, T. E., Al-Gunaid, M. Q., & Madhukar, B. S. Photosensitization of optical band gap modified polyvinyl alcohol films with hybrid AgAlO 2 nanoparticles. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 1-13.
  1. Santhosh, G., Madhukar, B. S., Nayaka, G. P., Hemaraju, B. C., & Siddaramaiah, B. (2018). Influence of gamma radiation on optical properties of Halloysite nanotubes incorporated polycarbonate nanocomposites. Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids, 1-15.
  1. Santhosh, G., Madhukar, B. S., Nayaka, G. P., & Siddaramaiah, B. (2018). Luminescent down-shifting aluminosilicate nanocomposites: an efficient UVA shielding material for photovoltaics. Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics29(8), 6720-6729.
  1. Madhukar, B. S., Bhadre Gowda, D. G., Hemalatha, K., & Somashekar, R. (2018). Polyurethane/soya protein isolate green composites: spectral, microstructural, thermal, swelling, and biodegradation behaviors. Advances in Polymer Technology37(2), 399-410.
  2. Sandeep, A., Santhosh, A. S., Suresh, G.S., Melo, J. S., and Kumara Swamy, N. (2018). Electrochemical glucose biosensor based on biosynthesized silver nanoparticles and polyvinyl pyrolidone modified graphite electrode, Advanced Materials Proceedings, 3(5), 318-334.
  1. Sandeep, A., Santhosh, A. S., Kumara Swamy, N., Chamaraja, N. A. Potentiometric Catechol Biosensor Based on PPO Enzyme Immobilized on Layer by Layer Deposit of Biosynthesized AgNPs and CTAB.
  1. Siddegowda, K. S., & Mahesh, B. Kumara Swamy. N (2018). Fabrication of copper oxide nanoparticles modified carbon paste electrode and its application in simultaneous electroanalysis of guanine, adenine and thymine. Sensors and Actuators A: Physical280, 277-286.
  1. Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Swamy, N. K., Suresh, G. S., Melo, J. S., & Chamaraja, N. A. (2018). A biosensor based on a graphene nanoribbon/silver nanoparticle/polyphenol oxidase composite matrix on a graphite electrode: application in the analysis of catechol in green tea samples. New Journal of Chemistry42(20), 16620-16629.
  1. Sandeep, S., Santhosh, A. S., Swamy, N. K., Suresh, G. S., Melo, J. S., & Nithin, K. S. (2018). Electrochemical detection of L-dopa using crude Polyphenol oxidase enzyme immobilized on electrochemically reduced RGO-Ag nanocomposite modified graphite electrode. Materials Science and Engineering: B232, 15-21.
  1. Karthik, C. S., Manukumar, H. M., Ananda, A. P., Nagashree, S., Rakesh, K. P., Mallesha, L., … & Krishnamurthy, N. B. (2018). Synthesis of novel benzodioxane midst piperazine moiety decorated chitosan silver nanoparticle against biohazard pathogens and as potential anti-inflammatory candidate: A molecular docking studies. International journal of biological macromolecules108, 489-502.
  1. Hema, M. K., Karthik, C. S., Warad, I., Lokanath, N. K., Zarrouk, A., Kumara, K., … & Mallu, P. (2018). Regular square planer bis-(4, 4, 4-trifluoro-1-(thiophen-2-yl) butane-1, 3-dione)/copper (II) complex: Trans/cis-DFT isomerization, crystal structure, thermal, solvatochromism, hirshfeld surface and DNA-binding analysis. Journal of Molecular Structure1157, 69-77.
  1. Karthik, C. S., Manukumar, H. M., Sandeep, S., Sudarshan, B. L., Nagashree, S., Mallesha, L., & Qin, H. L. (2018). Development of piperazine-1-carbothioamide chitosan silver nanoparticles (P1C-Tit* CAgNPs) as a promising anti-inflammatory candidate: a molecular docking validation. MedChemComm9(4), 713-724.
  1. Zhang, X., Manukumar, H. M., Rakesh, K. P., Karthik, C. S., Prasad, H. N., Swamy, S. N., … & Qin, H. L. (2018). Role of BP* C@ AgNPs in Bap-dependent multicellular behavior of clinically important methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) biofilm adherence: A key virulence study. Microbial pathogenesis123, 275-284.
  1. Manukumar, H. M., Rakesh, K. P., Karthik, C. S., Mallu, P., Qin, H. L., & Eissa, M. Y. H. (2018). Vision for medicine: Staphylococcus aureus biofilm war and unlocking key’s for anti-biofilm drug development. Microbial pathogenesis.
  1. Krishnegowda, H. M., Karthik, C. S., Marichannegowda, M. H., Kumara, K., Kudigana, P. J., Lingappa, M., … & Neratur, L. K. (2019). Synthesis and structural studies of 1-phenyl-1, 3-butanedione copper (II) complexes as an excellent antimicrobial agent against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus. Inorganica Chimica Acta484, 227-236.
  1. Prasad, H. N., Karthik, C. S., Manukumar, H. M., Mallesha, L., & Mallu, P. (2018). New approach to address antibiotic resistance: Miss loading of functional membrane microdomains (FMM) of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Microbial pathogenesis.
  1. Rakesh, K. P., Marichannegowda, M. H., Srivastava, S., Chen, X., Long, S., Karthik, C. S., & Qin, H. L. (2018). Combating a Master Manipulator: Staphylococcus aureus Immunomodulatory Molecules as Targets for Combinatorial Drug Discovery. ACS combinatorial science20(12), 681-693.
  1. Shankara, H. Nanjegowda., Manasa G Papanna ., Bharathi, T.R., Prakash ,H.S., Mallu, P., Nanjunda Swamy, S.  (2018) “Metabolite Profiling of fruit and seed extracts of Garcinia xanthochymus using RP-HPLC-ESI-Q-TOF-MS and Progenesis QI” Journal of current metabolics, 6.
  1. One day Seminar on Chemistry of Materials on 25th November 2011.
  2. Two days National Conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Research (NCRTCR) on 3rd & 4th of January 2014.
  3. One day International Symposium on Advanced Materials (ISAM) on 27th December 2017.
  4. Two day National Conference on Advanced Materials for Health, Energy & Environment (AMHEE) on 23rd & 24th March 2018.
  5. Two days Extension Lecture programme in Chemical Biology in association with centre for continuing education, IISc, Bengaluru on 27-28th December 2018.
  • One day International Symposium on Advanced Materials (ISAM) on 27th December 2017.
  • Two day National Conference on Advanced Materials for Health, Energy & Environment (AMHEE) on 23rd & 24th March 2018.