JavaScript must be enabled in order for you to use the Site in standard view. However, it seems JavaScript is either disabled or not supported by your browser. To use standard view, enable JavaScript by changing your browser options.

| Last Updated:: 20/09/2016

National Experts

 

 

 

S. No

Name

Designation  & Department

Specialization

E-mail Id

1

M.N.V. Prasad

Professor

Department of Plant Sciences, University of Hyderabad, hyderabad

 

Phytoremediation

Plant-microbe interaction

prasad_mnv@yahoo.com

2

R D Tripathi

Chief  Scientist

Plant Ecology and Environmental Science, CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow

Ecotxicology

Phytoremediation

rd.tripathi@nbri.res.in

3

S. N. Singh

Chief  Scientist

Plant Ecology and Environmental Science, CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow

Environmental Science

sn.singh@nbri.res.in

4

P.C Abhilash  


Assistant Professor  Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, 221005, India

Phytoremediation

Plant-microbe interaction

pca.iesd@bhu.ac.in

5

C.K. Varshney 


Professor               Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi

Environmental science & Ecology

ckvarshney@hotmail.com

6

C.R Babu

Professor             
University of  New Delhi

 

Taxonomy and Ecology, Systematics, Genetics, Conservation and Sustainable Utilization of Biodiversity, Ecosystem Dynamics and Function.
crb26@hotmail.com, crbabu26@gmail.com

7

M. Agrawal 


Professor                   Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Air pollution

madhoo58@yahoo.com

8

M. Yunus 



Vice Chancellor    Mohammad Ali Jauhar University

Bioremediation

mykabdali@yahoo.co.in

9

R.S. Tripathi 


Emeritus Scientist CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow

Ecology and Environmental Science

tripathirs@yahoo.co.uk

10

A  Juwarkar,

Chief Scientist

NEERI, Nagpur

Bioremediation

Carbon sequestration

aa_juwarkar@neeri.res.in

11

S. B. Agrawal


Professor                     Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

Ecology & Environmental Science

sbagrawal56@gmail.com

12

D.P. Singh

Professor & Head Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow

Environmental Science

dpsingh_lko@yahoo.com

13

Rana Pratap Singh

Professor               Babasaheb Bhimrao AmbedkarUniversity, Lucknow

Bioremediation

ranapsingh1@hotmail.com

14

Y.K. Sharma

Professor

University of Lucknow

Environmental Science

Yogesh_s26@yahoo.com

 

15

S.K. barik

Professor

Dept of Botany,North Eastern Hill University 

Environmental Science

sarojkbarik@gmail.com

 

16

S.K.Maiti

Professor                      Centre of Mining Environment, Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad

Bioremediation

Subodh_maiti@yahoo.com

17

Krishna G Bhattacharya

Professor                        Dept. of chemistry, Guwahati University

Bioremediation

Krishna2604@sify.com

18

P.K Rai

Assistant Professor        Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Mizorum University, Aizwal

Bioremediation

Prabhatrai24@yahoo.co.in

19

Soumen Das

Associate Professor   Medical Science & Technology

Microsystem Technology

sou @ smst.iitkgp.ernet.in

20

Rita Singh

 

Associate Professor  Department of Life Sciences USBAS, GGSIPU, Delhi

 

Taxonomy, Morphology, Anatomy, Palynology, Reproductive biology and Paleobotany of Bryophyta and Gymnosperms.

rsinghipu@yahoo.co.in

21

Arvind K.Misra

Professor 

Meerut University

Plantation crops and microsymbionts, Molecular ecology and Molecular typing of bioinoculants

arvindkmisra@nehu.ac.in

22

Nikhil K. Chrungoo

Professor 

Kashmir University

Molecular biology of seed storage proteins and mechanisms of dormancy regulation in plants

nchrungoo@nehu.ac.in

23

R.C Laloo

Professor                  Guwahati University

Effect of anthropogenic disturbance on plant diversity in different types of forests of Meghalaya

rclaloo@yahoo.com

24

Mumtaz S. Dkhar

Professor 

North Eastern Hill  University

Soil biodiversity of wood rotting fungi and microbes of forest and agro ecosystems, biodegradation and seed pathology

msdkhar@hotmail.com

25

N. Venugopal

Professor                         North Eastern Hill University

Activity of   vascular cambium and wood formation in relation to dendroclimatology of sub-tropical wet forest trees;

nvgopal_27@rediffmail.com

26

Uma Shanker

Professor                         North Eastern Hill University

In-situ   conservation  of biodiversity   rests   in   a balanced trade-off  between the   extracted  quantities  of non-timber  forest  products that   are  extracted  by   the local tribes  for  subsistence as well as cash income,  and renewable productivity of these products

arshuma@nehu.ac.in; arshuma@yahoo.com

27

Amrik Singh Ahluwalia

Professor               Department of Botany, Punjab University

Agricultural and Environmental Phycology; Azolla Biology

phykos@pu.ac.in

28

C. Nirmala

Professor               Department of Botany, Punjab University

Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology

cnirmala@pu.ac.in

29

Pramod Tandon

Vice-Chancellor    Department of Botany, North-Eastern Hill University

Mass micro propagation, reestablishment and recovery of Indian endemic plants from North-Eastern region of India

profptandon@gmail.com