Dr. SHIVESH SHARMA

Dr. SHIVESH SHARMA

Associate Professor

Department of Applied Mechanics (Biotechnology)

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology

Allahabad (UP) India.

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PHONE: 9897138234, 91-532-2271258 (O), 91-532-2271949 (R)

FAX: 91-0532-2271200

Date of Birth:             24 May, 1975

  • ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

S.No.

Degree

Year of Passing

Board/University

1

Ph.D  (Microbiology)*

2001

Dr RML Avadh University, Faizabad

2

M.Sc (Microbiology)

1998

CSKHPKV,  Palampur

3

B.Sc

1996

CSKHPKV, Palampur

* Work Place for Ph. D: CSK Himachal Pradesh Agricultural University, Palampur (H.P)

TITLE OF PhD THESIS: “Effect of various strains of Rhizobium sp. with N and P on growth, Symbiotic parameters, Enzyme activity and Yield of Green gram (Vigna radiata)".

  • DETAILS OF EMPLOYMENT

Address of the  Institution

Post Held

Duration

Specific Experience

From

To

Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology Allahabad

Assistant Professor

24-2-09

continue

Teaching & Research

S.B.S (PG) Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Research, Balawala, Dehradun. Uttarakhand

Reader

18-8-06

23-2-09

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Sr. Lecturer

1-8-06

17-8-06

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Lecturer

18-10-02

31-7-06

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CSK HPKV Palampur.

Research Associate

July, 98

17-10-02

Research

Worked in different adhoc research projects funded by ICFRE, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and Indian Council of Agricultural Research as Research Fellow and Research Associate during and after the award of PhD degree.

  • RESEARCH SUPERVISION (PhD):02

S.No

Ph.D Thesis

Name of Student

Status

1

Assessment of bacterial diversity in Ganga river system in Uttarakhand

Anchal Sood

Ongoing

2

Role of plant microbe interactions in Rhizoremediation.

Sandeep Bisht

Ongoing

  • SUPERVISION FOR  MASTER OF SCIENCE (MICROBIOLOGY): 23

  • SUMMARY OF EXTERNAL FUNDED PROJECT UNDERTAKEN AS PRINCIPAL   INVESTIGATOR: 03

S.No.

Project Title

Funding Agency

Status of the Project

1

Microbial Diversity: Indicator of pollution in Gangetic river system of Uttarakhand

Department of Science and Technology (UCOST), Govt. of India.

Completed

2

Assessment of Bacterial diversity of Gangetic river system of Uttarakhand using molecular approaches.

Department of Science and Technology (UCOST), Govt. of India.

Completed

3

Environment restoration using plant microbe interaction: Rhizoremediation.

Ministry of Environment and Forest, Govt of India

*Projects handed to Co-PI on joining MNNIT, Allahabad.

 

  • INTERNALLY FUNDED PROJECT UNDERTAKEN

S.No.

Project Title

Funding Agency

Status of the Project

1

Rhizosphere Technology: An Approach for Bioremediaton

MNNIT, Allahabad.

On - going

  • CONFERENCE ORGANISED AS ORGANISING SECRETARY

S. No.

Title

Funding Agency

Date

1

Microbial Diversity: Avenues

and Applications

National Conference

CSIR, DBT, Indian National Science Academy and Uttarakhand Council for Science and Technology

17th-18th

March 2007

2

Bioprospecting: Access for Sustainable Development

DBT, CSIR, ICMR, DST, Ministry of Environment and Foresst

19-20Feb, 2010

  • VISITS ABROAD

Country visited

Duration of visit

Purpose of visit

From

To

Spain

28 Nov-1 Dec. 07

International Conference on Environmental, Industrial and Applied Microbiology.

Nepal

3 March- 7 March, 08.

International Conference on Rivers in Hindu Kush Himalaya – Ecology and Environment Assessment

  • CURRENT RESEARCH INTEREST

Broad Area       - Microbiology

Sub Areas        - Bacterial Diversity, Plant Microbe Interactions, Rhizoremediation, Environmetal Biotechnology

  • TEACHING INTERST Bacteriology, Applied Microbiology, Environment Microbiology, Food Microbiology, Soil Microbiology.

  • PUBLICATIONS

Published

  1. Kumar, V., Solanki, A.S. and Sharma Shivesh. 2009. Yield and economics of Withania somnifera influenced by dual inoculation of Azotobacter chroococcum and Pseudomonas putida. Turkish Journal of Biology. 33: 219-223.

2. Sood, A., Sharma Shivesh, Kumar, V. and Thakur, R.L. 2008. Established and abandoned tea (Camillia sinensis L.) rhizosphere: Dominant bacteria and their antagonism. Polish Journal of Microbiology.57 (1):71-76.

3. Sood, A., Singh, K.D., Pandey, P., Sharma, Shivesh. 2008. Assessment of bacterial indicators and physicochemical parameters to investigate pollution status of Gangetic river system of Uttarakhand (India). Ecological Indicators. 8:709-717.

4. Sood, A., Sharma, Shivesh and Kumar, V. 2007. Comparative efficacy of diffusible and volatile compounds of tea rhizospheric isolates and their use in biocontrol. International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences. 1(1):28-34.

5. Sood, A., Sharma, Shivesh and Kumar, V. and Thakur, RL. 2007. Antagonism of dominant bacteria in tea rhizosphere of Indian Himalayan regions. Journal of Applied Sciences and Environment Management. 11(4):63-66.

6. Suchi, S., Sood, A., Sharma, Shivesh, Kumar, V., Singh, K.D. and Pandey, P. 2007. Studies on rhizospheric mycoflora of tea (Camellia sinensis): In vitro antagonism with dominant bacteria. Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology. 13(3):357-360.

7. Singh, K.D., Sharma, Shivesh, Dwivedi, A., Pandey, P., Thakur, R.L. and Kumar, V. 2007. Microbial decolorization and bioremediation of melanoidin containing molasses containing spent wash. Journal of Environmental Biology.28 (3):675-677.

8. Sharma, N.K., Sharma Shivesh, Kumar, V., Punam and Atul. 2006. Species specific Rhizobium-Albizia lebbeck interaction. Indian Journal of Forestry. 29(2):175-179.

9. Sharma, P, Sharma Shivesh, Kumar, V., Pandey, P., Thakur, R.L., Bisht, G.S., and Upadhyay, R.G. 2006. Influence of rhizospheric bacteria on the allopathic potential of Brassica on wheat. International Journal of Tropical Agriculture. 24(1-2):1-6.

  1. Kulshrestha, H. and Sharma Shivesh. 2006. Impact of mass bathing during Ardh-Kumbh on water quality status of river Ganga. Journal of Environmental Biology. 27(2):437-440.
  2. Punam, Singh, B., Sharma Shivesh and Atul.2006.Effect of micro-site variations on the phonological studies of Himalayan shrubs- Woodfordia, Carissa, Prinsepia and Debregeasia. Indian Forester. 132 (2):211-220.
  3. Singh, R., Kumar, V., Sharma Shivesh, Singh, B.P., and Narula, N. 2005. Performance and persistence of green fluorescent protein (gfp) marked Azotobacter chroococcum in sterilized and unsterlized wheat rhizospheric soil. Chinese Journal of Applied and Environmental Biology. 11(6):

13. Shuka, M., Kumar, V., Sharma Shivesh, Thakur, R. L. and Narula, N. 2006. Enzymatic activities of Azotobacter chroococcum and survival in chlorpyrifos amended sterile and non sterile soils. Cameroon Journal of Experimental Biology. 2 (2):88-94.

14. Sharma Shivesh. 2005. Influence of various levels of N and P on symbiotic parameters enzyme activity and yield of green gram (Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek.). International Journal of Tropical Agriculture. 23 (1-4): 41-47.

15. Diwedi, A., Sharma Shivesh, Pandey, P., Atul, Punam, Upadhyay, R. G. 2005. Performance evaluation of three stage water purifier for ground water in rural community around Dehradun. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection. 25 (6): 503-509.

16. Dhawan, B., Kumar, V., Sharma Shivesh., Bisht, G. R. S., Singh, B. P. and Narula, N. 2005. Secondary metabolites producing Azotobacter chroococcum soil isolates affecting wheat growth in chlorpyrifos amended soil. Research on Crops. 6 (2):359-364.

17. Pandey, A.K., Pandey, P., Sharma Shivesh, and Maheshwari, D. K. 2005. Antibacterial potential of extracts of Lantana camara – a prominent weed of Northern India. Universities’ Journal of Phytochemistry and Ayurvediv Heights 1: 18-23.

18. Sharma Shivesh, R.G. Upadhayay, C.R. Sharma and Rameshwar. 2003. Response of various levels of nitrogen and phosphorus application on growth, physiological    parameters and yield of Vigna radiata (L.) Wilczek under rainfed and mid-hill conditions of Himachal Pradesh. Indian Journal of Agriculture Research. 37 (1):52-55.

19. Sharma Shivesh and Upadhyaya, R.G. 2003. Effect of seed inoculation with various    Bradyrhizobium strains on growth and yield attributes of Vigna radiata (L) Wilczek.    International Journal of Legume Research. 26(3):211-214.

20. Punam, Sharma Shivesh and Atul. 2002. Effect of scarification, temperature and storage conditions on the germination of two ecologically important Albizia species of Himalayas. Annals of Forestry. 10(2):262-267.

21. Atul, Sharma Shivesh and Punam. 2002. Germination studies some economically      important nitrogen fixing tree species of Himalayas. Indian Journal of Forestry. 25 (1): 104-108.

22. Atul, Sharma Shivesh and Punam. 2002. Effect of tree age class and storage on      germination behavior of some important forest tree legume species of North- Western      Himalaya. Indian Forester. 128 (6): 660-666.

23. Atul, Punam and Sharma Shivesh. 2002. The medicinal wealth of Western Himalayan. Agro ecological region of India: 1. An inventory of herbs. Annals of Forestry. 10 (1): 28-61.

24. Punam, Atul, Sharma, Shivesh and Singh, B. 2002. The medicinal wealth of Western Himalayan Agro ecological region of India: II. An inventory of shrubs. Annals of Forestry. 10 (1): 137-148.

25. Atul, Sharma Shivesh and Punam. 2002. Germination potential and establishment      studies on important leguminous tree species of north-west Himalayas in different soil      media. International Journal of Research on Crops. 24 (1): 126-130.

26. Atul, Punam, Sharma Shivesh and Raj, N. 2001. Cultivation of Colchicum luteum in Himalayan Hills. International Journal of Tropical and Medicinal Plants. 2 (2): 265- 268.

27. Sharma, S., Daramwal, N.S., Sharma, C.R. and Upadhyay, R.G. 2001. Influence of      various doses of N and P on protein content, yield and its attributes of mungbean (Vigna radiata). International Journal of Research on Crops. 2 (2): 108-111.

28. Sharma Shivesh. 2001 Growth physiological and yield aspects of mungbean (Vigna radiata) as affected by inoculation treatment by different strains of Bradyrhizobium culture. International Journal of Research on Crops. 2 (2): 112-115.

29. Atul, Sharma Shivesh and Punam. 2001. Effects of tree age class on seed characters of four important leguminous forest tree species of North-West Himalayas. Annals of      Forestry. 9 (1): 144-151.

30. Atul, Punam, Sharma Shivesh and Raj, N. 2001. Conservation of Colchicum luteum – A Medicinal Plant of Himachal Himalayan cold desert. Annals of Forestry. 9 (1):17-22.

31. Atul, Sharma, N.R., Sharma Shivesh and Punam. 2000. Standardization of cultivation technology of Viola species - an AIDS curing agent. International Journal of Tropical and Medicinal Plants. I (1 & 2): 109-114.

32. Sharma S., Upadhyay, R.G. and Sharma, C.R. 2000. Effect of Rhizobium inoculation and nitrogen on growth dry matter accumulation and yield of black gram (Vigna mungo L.). International Journal of Legume Research. 23 (1): 64-66.

33. Upadhyay, R.G. Sharma S. and Singh, B. 2000. Effect of various levels of zinc and Irrigation on growth, Yield and Yield contributing character of Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.) Journal of Agricultural Science Digest. 20 (1): 68-70.

34. Sharma Shivesh, Sharma, C.R. and Upadhyay, R.G. 1999. Response of various strains of Rhizobium and nitrogen on symbiotic and physiological parameters, biochemical constituents and yield of black gram (Vigna mungo L.). International Journal of Legume Research. 22 (4): 233-236.

35. Upadhyay, R.G. Sharma Shivesh and Daramwal, N.S. 1999. Effect of Rhizobium inoculation and graded levels of phosphorus on the growth and yield of green gram (Vigna radiata L.). International Journal of Legume Research. 22 (4): 277-279.

PERSONAL PARTICULARS

Date of Birth                             24-05-1975

Fathers Name                           Dr. Kewal Krishan Sharma

Nationality                                Indian

Marital Status                           Married

Residential Address:                 C-49, Staff Colony,

MNNIT Allahabad, (UP). 211004.

Permanent Address:                  Inder Jyoti, Ward 3,

Partap Nagar, Hamirpur (HP). 177001.

 

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