Prof. Jenendra Nath Shrivastava
Professor & Head of Department
 
Educational Qualification - M.Sc., Ph. D. (Microbiology)
 
CONTACT
Department of Botany
Dayalbagh Educational Institute (Deemed University)
Dayalbah, Agra 282 005 (UP), India
Tel.: (0562) 280 1545
Mob: 9456433062
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Dr. Jenendra Nath Shrivastava's teaching interests are Fungi, Microbilogy, Pteridophytes and Microbial Technology. His research interests consists of Microbiology (Industrial Microbiology), Microbial biotechnology, Natural Products and Bioremediation of waste water. He is also a Member of Agriculture operation, Faculty coordinator, Games (Kho-Kho); Member Board of Studies, Associate Editor J. of living world, DEI J. of Sci. Engg. Research, Counselor of J. IBS, member of NAAC. He has also authored to 52 research papers.

Teaching Assignments

Odd Semester :

  • BOM302
  • BOM304
  • BOM305
  • BOM702
  • BOM712
  • BOM715

Even Semester:

  • BOM201
  • BOM203
  • BOM204
  • BOM205
  • ABS201
  • ABS202
  • ABS203
  • ABS204
  • BOM601
  • BOM605
  • BOM911
  • BOM958

Areas of research and Research interest :- Aero microbiology, Bioremediation, Medical Mycology, Microbial Bio technology, Nanotechnology.

Honours and Recognition:-

  • Associate Editor-Journal of living world
  • Associate Editor- Journal of Science D.E.I. & Engineering Research
  • Member Editorial  board- Vegetos
  • Life member –System society of India

Selected publications (best five):-

For papers in Journals:

1. J.N. Shrivastava, NupurRaghav and Abha Singh, (2012). Laboratory scale bioremediation of Yamuna water with effective microbes (EM) technology and nanotechnology. BIOREMEDIATION AND BIODEGRADATION. 3(8). (International) (I.F- 3.76, Cited by- 05)

2. RagineeVerma, G.P. Satsangi, J.P. Shukla and J.N. Shrivastava, (2012). Techniques of microbiological 

assay current methods and comparison of novel assay with exciting diffusion technique. ADVANCED  PLANT SCIENCE. 25(1), 385-390. (National)

3) Anupam Singh, Subhangi Mittal, Rohit Shrivastava, SahabDass and J.N. Shrivastava, (2012).  Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Ricinuscommunis L. leaf extract and its antibacterial activity.  DIGEST JOURNAL OF NANOMATERIALS AND BIOSTRUCTURES. 7(3), 1157-1163. (International)  (I.F- 0.945)

4) ShubhangiMittal,Sukhdev Roy and J.N. Shrivastava, (2013). Fungicidal Response of a Novel Natural  Photosensitizer(Beta vulgaris) on Candida albicans with Low power Radiation, LASER PHYSICS. 22(12):  1-7. (International) (I.F.-3.6)

5) Mamta, J.N. Shrivastava, G.P. Satsangi and Ranjit Kumar (2014).Assessment of bioaerosol pollution  over Indo-Gangetic plain. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND POLLUTION RESEARCH. DOI  10.1007/s11356-014-3776-99 (International) (I.F-2.7)

6) NupurRaghav and Shrivastava, J.N. (2016). Toxic Pollution in River Water and Bacterial Remediation:  An Overview. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY AND APPLIED  SCIENCES. 5(4): 244-266. (International) (I.F- 2.9)

7) Singh Anshu, ShekharSujata and Shrivastava J.N. (2019).Biosynthesis of Silver Nanoparticles from various Microbial and Green resources-A Review.RESEARCH JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY. 14 (8), 120-130. (International) (SCI I.F- 0.233)

For Books/Book Chapters:

  • Production and characterization of antimycotic drugs from Bacillus Sp. (LAMBERT PUBLICATION,USA-2012)