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Department of Environmental Science
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Address : Department of Environmental Science, Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University, Aurangabad (MS) 431004 INDIA
Specialization/Research Thrust Area
1. Pollution Control Technologies 2. Water and Waste Water Engineering 3. MSW & Hazardous Waste Management 4. Environmental Microbilogy & Biotechnology. 5. Environmental Intrumentation. 6. Climate Change & Global Environmental Issues. ineering, MSW & Hazardous Waste Management Environmental Biotechnology.
Qualification Details
ExaminationName of the Board/UniversityYear of PassingPercentage of marks obtainedDivision/Class/GradeSubjects
M.Sc. Marathwada University, Aurangabad Jun-92 62.00 A Environmental Science
Ph.D. (Environmental Science) Dr. B.A.M. University, Aurangabad Nov-98 NA NA NA
Research Infrastructure
EquipmentPurchase YearCostSource FundUtility
Spatial distribution of Uranium and associated water quality parameter in ground water/ drinking water of five district of MH Apr-16 2694300 BRNS -BARC Mumbai Ongoing
Impact of Global Warming on crop pattern and Socio-economical conditions of Marathwada Farmers Dec-17 (Applied 16000000 RUSA Project Applied
Published Papers in Journals/Conferences
TitleJournal NamePage NoISSN/ISBN NoImpact FactorSrc of Impact FactorNo.of co-authormain AuthorAgencycitationsNational/International
Seasonal temperature changes and their influence on the levelof carbon dioxide and pH in Barul dam water. J.Aqua. Bio. Vol. 13(1) PP.43-46. NA NA 2 Yes NA NA 0
The distribution pattern of phosphate and nitrogen forms and their interrelationship in Barul dam water. Poll. Res. 18 (4): PP.411-414. NA NA 2 Yes NA NA 0
Environmental temperature fluctuation determine dissolved oxygen level in Godavari river water. Poll. Res. 18 (4): PP.415-418. NA NA 3 Yes NA NA 0
Levels of ammonia and phosphates as indicators of organic pollution of river Godarari at Nanded, Maharashtra. J. Aqua. Biol. Vol. 15 (1&2): PP.52-55 NA NA 3 Yes NA NA 0
Determination of biochemical oxygen demand to estimate biodegradability and selfpurification of capacity of Barul dam water, dis J. Aqua. Biol. Vol. 17 (1): 21- 22 NA NA 3 Yes NA NA 0
Increase in turbidity and total dissolved solids in Barul dam water affects water quality. Common Wealth International Journal of Zoology (In Press) NA NA NA 4 Yes NA NA 0
Seasonal changes determines the concentration of Co2 and pH from Godavari river water. Common Wealth Internaitional Journal of Zoology (In Press). NA NA NA 3 Yes NA NA 0
Impact of industrial effluents of DNA contents in the whole body of freshwater bivalve, Lamellidens marginalis. Jr. of Industrial pollution control. PP. 195- 202 NA NA 3 Yes NA NA 0
Impact of heavy metals on DNA contents in the whole body of freshwater bivalve, Lamellidens marginalis. Asian Journal of Microbiology, Bitoechnology and Environmental Science Poll res. PP. 605-611 NA NA 1 Yes NA NA 0
Effect of metals on enzyme succinic dehydrogenase of freshwater bivalve, Lamellidens marginals. Poll. Res. 24 (3): 675-679 NA NA 2 Yes NA NA 0

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