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THANTHAI HANS ROEVER COLLEGE

(Autonomous)

(Affiliated to Bharathidasan University & Nationally Re-Accredited by NAAC)

PERAMBALUR – 621 220

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Microbiology

Department Faculties

Academics Of Microbiology

The Department of Microbiology was established in the year 1995, with the aim to provide quality teaching and research in microbiology and its importance with reference to latest developments in global scenario. We offer B.Sc, M.Sc and M.Phil Programme in Microbiology. The Department has well established research laboratory facilities. Microbiology that will empower the students, through awareness of the significance of microorganisms in plant, animal and human health, environment, industry and general human welfare by a problem based and skill oriented curriculum. The Department seeks to produce scientific and technical manpower necessary for achieving the national goal of trained Microbiologists.

Microbes are playing important role in the bioprocess of all living things and maintain homeostasis of the universe. Without microbes, one cannot imagine such a biologically balanced and diverse universe; rather our earth would have placed as a barren planet. As the microbial activities are so diverse, the microbiology programme is a multidisciplinary subject, which will have the roots of life science, environmental science, and engineering.

Modern Microbiology has expanded its roots in genome technology, nano biotechnology, green energy (biofuel) technology, bioelectronics etc. Considering recent innovations and rapid growth of microbiological approaches and applications in human and environmental sustainability, the M.Sc. Microbiology curricula is designed to enlighten the students in basics of Microbiology to recent developments.

The overall aim of the Department of Microbiology is to produce students whose skills, scientific appreciation, and critical faculties are sufficiently developed to enable them to embark on independent research.

Vision

  • To develop high quality human resource required for both academics and industries as well as to pursue research in the frontier areas of Microbiology of international standard and to rise as center of excellence and information/ knowledge in the all fields of microbiology.

Mission

  • To train students in the field of Microbiology, provide value based education, with commitment to academic excellence and innovative research.
  • To undertake research activities relevant to present day needs such as emerging infections, drug developments, biofertilizers in agricultural fields, safety waste disposal/ management and water/ food quality control etc.
  • To develop knowledgeable, motivated and skilled entrepreneurs who can establish/ accompanies modern microbiological industries that could cater the need of the hour.
  • To create a biologically ethical, safe environment for the society.

Programme Outcome:

  • Acquires a comprehensive theoretical knowledge and practical training in applied areas of Microbiology.
  • Provides an integrated, theoretical and unique practical training platform in the field of Microbiology at local, national and international standards.
  • Provides a multidimensional knowledge for pursuing research in the field of Microbiology. Students can understand about the basic research methods and various data collection techniques.

B.Sc Microbiology

Programme Specific Outcome:

  • Students enable to get microbiological concepts, experimental results and analytical skills.

Course Outcome:

  • Students acquires the knowledge about microorganisms with their role and functions in both living and non-living things and also they will get knowledge about immune systems, diseases and micro and macro molecules.

M.Sc Microbiology

Programme Specific Outcome:

  • Students impart theoretical knowledge and advanced microbiological techniques with scientific concepts and analytical skills

Course Outcome:

  • Students acquires inclusive knowledge regarding immune responses, causative agents and role of microbes in food production and food spoilage.

Faculties

Dr.K.A.Jeyanthi

M.Sc. M.Phil.Ph.D

HOD

Mr.K.Ramanathan

M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDHM., (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Ms.K.Priya

M.Sc., M.Phil., (Ph.D)

Ms.D.Ruffina

M.Sc., M.Phil., PGDBI., (Ph.D)

Assistant Professor

Ms.J.Nasrin Begam

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Ms A.Priya

M.Sc., M.Phil.

Assistant Professor

Dr.M.Veerapagu

M.Sc. M.Phil.Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Research & Publications

S.NoAuthorsTitle of the PaperJournal / ConferenceMonth & YearStatus
1 K. Sai Pavithra, Jeyanthi Annadurai and R. Ragunathan. Invivo antidiabetic property of Artemisia pallens using albino rats as model International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences. 10 (2): 162-166. Mar/2020 Published
2 M Veerapagu, KR Jeya, R Kalaivani, KA Jeyanthi, S Geethanjali Screening of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria isolated from oil contaminated soil The Pharma Innovation Journal 8(6): 69-72 Jun/2019 Published
3 K. Sai Pavithra , Jeyanthi Annadurai, R. Ragunathan Anticancer activity and DNA fragmentation activity of A. pallens extracts Journal of Pharma Research. ISSN: 2319-5622. 8(5):160-165. May/2019 Published
4 Jeyanthi Annadurai and R Ragunathan : K Sai Pavithra Phytochemical, antioxidant and a study of bioactive compounds from Artemisia pallens Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry. 7(4), 664-675. Jun/2018 Published
5 P Kumaresan, KA Jeyanthi, R Kalaivani Biochemical evaluation of anti diabetic activity of aqueous extract of Gmelina arborea in Alloxan induced albino rats International Journal of Herbal Medicine 2 (2), 90-94 Jul/2014 Published
6 D Praba, M Menakha, KA Jeyanthi Ideal drug for blood pressure International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research , 25, 7-12. Apr/2014 Published
7 N. Pavithra, M. Menakha, K. Jeyanthi Prediction of Ponatinib as an Effective Drug for Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research 24(1):203-208 Jan/2014 Published
8 KA Jeyanthi Beneficial effect of Cassia fistula (l) flower extract on antioxidant defense in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 4(2):274-276 Jan/2012 Published
9 KA Jeyanthi, A Mary Violet Christy Antioxidant effect of Citrullus colocynthis on alloxan induced diabetic rats International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biological Archive. 2 (2) Mar/2011 Published
10 KA Jeyanthi, A Christy Hypolipidemic Effect of Citrullus Colocynthis Seed Powder in Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats. Journal of International Dental & Medical Research2(3):105-109 Dec/2009 Published
11 KA Jeyanthi, A Christy Antihyperglycemic Effect of Citrullus colocynthis Seed Powder in Alloxan-Induced Diabetic Rats. IUP Journal of Biotechnology.3:(4) Dec/2009 Published
12 KA Jeyanthi, AMV Christy Effect of Salt Tolerance in Bhendi (Abelmoschus esculentus) and Cluster Beans (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba) ADVANCES IN PLANT SCIENCES.21(1): 305 Jan/2008 Published
13 Ruffina.D., John bastin.T.M.M. Ramanathan.K. and Mohnanapriya.A. Production of Biodiesel from Blue Green Algae - Oscillatoria Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10 (61): 27463-27467. Aug/2020 Published
14 G. Latha, M. Veerapagu, K. Ramanathan and K.R. Jeya A Study on the Determination of Phenol, Flavonoid Content and Antioxidant Potential of Manihot esculenta L. Tuber Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10 (59): 18682-18689. Apr/2020 Published
15 K.Ramanathan Prediction of Binding Affinity and Molecular Interactions of HER2 Receptor with Drug Targets. International Journal of Recent Research and Applied Studies 4 (2) :12 Feb/2017 Published
16 C.Subashini, R.Vasanthi and K.Ramanathan. Molecular docking on the phytochemicals from Catharanthus roseus L for anticancer activity. . International Journal of Herbal Medicine 3(2): 01-06 Jul/2015 Published
17 R.Vasanthi, C.Subashini and K.Ramanathan. Identification of Target Classes for the ligands using Swiss Target Prediction. International Journal of Applied Research 1(7): 142-148. Jun/2015 Published
18 K.Ramanathan and S.Kalaiselvan. Identification of Binding sites and Calculation of Structural Parameters for ADAM 17 Receptor. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 4 (24) : 1573-1580 Jun/2014 Published
19 A.Fajur Rahman, K.Ramanathan, N.Arun and J.Jiyalhuk Analysis of Coiled Regions and Calculation of Peptide Mass for the Target Protein. International Journal of Life Sciences and Research 2 (2): 23-27 Feb/2014 Published
20 J.Jiyalhuk, K.Ramanathan and K.Geetha Extraction of Phytochemical Compounds from Aegle Marmelous and Comparison of Natural and Chemotherapeutic Drugs for Diabetes Mellitus. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 4 (22): 1483-1493 Feb/2014 Published
21 K.Ramanathan, N.Arun and S.Kalaiselvan. Analysis of Sub cellular Localization Sites and Calculation of isotopic mass for Catharanthus roseus International Journal of Life Sciences and Research 2 (2): 8-11. Feb/2014 Published
22 A.S.Vijayakumar, B.Ramya, S.Vijikumar and K.Ramanathan. Structural Characterization and Antifungal activity in Crude Latex Extracts with Drug Designing using Calotropis procera L., Pergularia daemia L., and Sarcostemma intermedium Decne Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 4 (21) : 1421 -1428 Dec/2013 Published
23 S.Kalaisevan, K.Ramanathan and K.Geetha. Phytochemical Screening of Catharanthus Roseus for Antitumour activity and Docking Studies based on Lipinski’s Rule. International Journal of Current Research 5 (8) : 2075 -2079 Aug/2013 Published
24 M. Anis Fatima, B.Ramya, S.Vijikumar and K.Ramanathan. Green Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles and Structural Elucidation of Root extract of Hemidesmus indicus R.Br. with Docking study for Anti Cancer activity. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 3 (19) : 1375 – 1382 Aug/2013 Published
25 K.Ramanathan, N.Arun and R.Sivakami. Identification of rheumatoid factors in sjogren’s syndrome and computational study on domain prediction. Elixir Bio Phys 60: 16189 – 16193 Jul/2013 Published
26 S.Kanaka, K.Ramanathan and S.Vijikumar. Extraction of Bioactive Metabolites from Aristolochia Indica L and docking studies using Bioinformatics Tool. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 3(15) : 1228 – 1232. Dec/2012 Published
27 K.Ramanathan, K.Geetha and A.Fajur Rahman. Docking Studies and Phytochemical Analysis of Trigonella foenum graceum. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 3(13):1061-1074 Aug/2012 Published
28 P.Madhanraj, K.Ramanathan, N.Arun, N.Nadimuthu and A.Paneerselvam. Atomic study on Fusarium Incarnatum using Bioinformatics tools. Asian Pharma Press 2(2):78-82 Jun/2012 Published
29 S.Vijikumar, K.Ramanathan and B.Parimala Devi. Cuscuta reflexa ROXB. – A Wonderful Miracle Plant in Ethno Medicine. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 1(9): 676-683 Dec/2011 Published
30 R.Shalini, R.Kalaivani, K.Ramanathan and J.Jeyasree Docking and Genomic Studies for Swine Flu based on Phytochemical Compounds of Ocimum Sanctum. International Journal of Current Research 3(11): 82- 88 Nov/2011 Published
31 R.Nancyjoy, K.Ramanathan, R.Kalaivani and J.Jeyasree . Extraction of Phytochemical Compounds from Phyllanthus Emblica and Drug Designing for Mycobacterium Tuberculosis International Journal of Current Research 3(11): 322- 325 Oct/2011 Published
32 K.Anitha, K.Geetha and K.Ramanathan Drug Designing for Chicken Guniya from Andrographis Paniculata. International Journal of Current Research 3(11): 87-90 Oct/2011 Published
33 R.Sivakami, K.Ramanathan and N.Arun. Computational Analysis of Selected Drugs Based on Lipinski’s rule and Distribution of Amino acids for Canavan Disease. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 2(7):442-449. Aug/2011 Published
34 K.Ramanathan, N.Arun, H.Karthick Role of Amino acids in Genetic Disorders and its drug absorption analysis based on Lipinski’s Rule. Elixir Biophysics 170-174. Jun/2011 Published
35 K.Ramanathan, N.Arun and H.Karthick. Analysis of Hydrophobic activity of Drugs for Diabetes Mellitus. Indian Journal of Natural Sciences 1(3):164-170 Dec/2010 Published
36 K.Ramanathan and H.Karthick. Structure Based Drug Designing for Diabetes Mellitus International Journal of Proteomics and Bioinformatics 3(11):310-313 Nov/2010 Published
37 Ruffina.D., John bastin.T.M.M. Ramanathan.K. and Mohnanapriya.A. Production of Biodiesel from Blue Green Algae - Oscillatoria Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10 (61): 27463-27467. Aug/2020 Published
38 G. Latha, M. Veerapagu, K. Ramanathan and K.R. Jeya A Study on the Determination of Phenol, Flavonoid Content and Antioxidant Potential of Manihot esculenta L. Tuber Indian Journal of Natural Sciences. 10 (59): 18682-18689. Apr/2020 Published