Microbiology

Department of Microbiology

About Microbiology Department

Department of Microbiology of D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts & Science was established in 1981 in order to cater the needs of the students in this area. The department offers Microbiology course at B.Sc. as well as M.Sc. level. The department runs certificate courses in Fermentation Technology and Industrial Microbiology for third Year B.Sc. and second year B.Sc. students respectively. The department of Microbiology has been recognized as a research centre in Microbiology by Solapur University from 2010.
Dr. D.G. Kadam, Associate Professor and HOD Microbiology, has been recognized as research guide by Solapur University. Three students have completed their Ph.D. degrees and four students are presently working for their Ph.D. degrees in this research center. The department holds an excellent record of university rankers, meritorious students and three University Gold Medal winners. The department of Microbiology has a spacious laboratory with computers, E-learning, L.C.D projector, internet and smart-board facilities. The department has a very good collection of e-books. The department had organized two National Conferences, one workshop and one seminar and Poster Exhibitions on Biofarming, GM foods, Cancer awareness.
Department organized a one day National conference on Microbial Technology for Sustainable Development (MTSD) on 2nd February 2018. Department of Microbiology has participated in collaboration with N.S.S Department of D.B.F.Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur in “Leprosy Detection Campaign” held on 1st September 2017. Department of Microbiology has contributed in Biocomposting plant in college and prepared Culture for Biocomposting. The department organizes guest lectures of eminent persons in the Microbiology field to update both the teacher and student knowledge. The department organized guest lectures on Organ Donation, Tuberculosis and Leprosy detection campaign. Such activities are regularly organized by the department through ‘Microbiology Club’ a platform meant for student activities. The department conducts community oriented programs such as “LAB To LAND” and water testing and awareness of prophylactic measures regarding safe drinking water for the society. The department has viable and active MoU’s with industry and educational institutions. Department celebrates various days like Science day, Pasteur Day, Teacher’s Day and Guru Pournima etc. Every year department organizes regularly Parent Teacher Meet. Every year study tours to visit to various industries and research institutes are organized.
The students of microbiology department actively participating in Avishkar Research Festival organized by Solapur University, Solapur. The department regularly publishes a wall paper viz. ‘Microscopica’ contributed mainly by the students. The department has its own Website that is regularly used for publishing important events, programmes and other related information.

FACULTY

   Dr. D. G. Kadam
Qualification : M.Sc. Ph.D.

Designation : Head and Associate Professor

Experience : 35 Years

E-mail : dgkadam@dayanand.net

Mobile : 9028332395

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   Mrs. T. T. Bapat
Qualification : M.Sc.

Designation : Associate Professor

Experience : 34 Years

E-mail : ttbapat@dayanand.net

Mobile : 9370404128

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   Dr. S. N. Deshpande
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D.

Designation : Associate Professor

Experience : 32 Years

E-mail : sndeshpande@dayanand.net

Mobile : 9420546498

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   Mrs. N. R. Damle
Qualification : M.Sc., Ph.D. (Ongoing, thesis submitted)

Designation : Associate Professor

Experience : 32 Years

E-mail : nrdamle@dayanand.net

Mobile : 9423590481

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   Mr. S. H. Kamble
Qualification : M.Sc., NET-JRF, GATE

Designation : Assistant Professor

Experience : 9 Years

E-mail : shkamble@dayanand.net

Mobile : 9970046780

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SUPPORTING STAFF

   Mrs. M. S. Birajdar
Qualification : SSC

Designation : Lab Attendant

Experience : 19 Years

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   Mr. M. S. Vagdari
Qualification : B.Com.

Designation : Library Attendant

Experience : 24 Years

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   Mr. S. G. Sarsambe
Qualification : SSC

Designation : Laboratory Attendant

Experience : 19 Years

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Syllabus
Class Subject Syllabus
B.Sc. Part-I Microbiology View Syllabus
B.Sc. Part-II Microbiology View Syllabus
B.Sc. Part-III Microbiology View Syllabus
M.Sc. Part – I Microbiology View Syllabus
M.Sc. Part – II Microbiology View Syllabus
Program Outcome [B.Sc. I – Microbiology]
  • Historical development of microbiology
  • Scope of microbiology
  • Beneficial and harmful effects of microorganisms
  • Diversity in types of microorganisms
  • General characters of different microorganism
  • Principles of microscopy and use of it to observe and study microbes
  • Different staining techniques, Sterilization Techniques, Cultivation techniques of microorganisms, Methods of Pure culture, Maintenance and preservation of pure cultures
  • Basic Biochemistry, Microbial Metabolism, Microbial Nutrition and Growth
  • Applied branches of microbiology such as water microbiology, sewage microbiology, milk microbiology, medical microbiology
Program Outcome [B.Sc. II – Microbiology]
  • Ultra structure and Functions different organelle of bacterial cell
  • Bacterial Growth, Effect of Environmental factors on Bacterial growth, Metabolism
  • Virology
  • Structure of nucleic acids & Replication of Bacterial DNA
  • Gene, Genetic code and Transcription, Plasmids
  • Bacterial Mutation
  • Immunity
  • Antigen and Antibody
  • Clinical Microbiology
  • Pathogenecity, Microbial Diseases
  • scope of Industrial microbiology, Fermentation Media, Screening, Inoculum Development and Scale Up, Microbiological assays, Specific fermentations
Program Outcome [B.Sc. III – Microbiology]
  • Classification of Viruses, Reproduction of bacterial and animal viruses, Plant Viruses, Techniques in Virology
  • Soil microorganisms, types and their role in elemental cycle
  • Composting and Biodegradation, Plant diseases Applications of Biotechnology in Agriculture
  • Adaptive Immunity, Monoclonal antibodies, Major Histocompatibility complex, Complement system, Immunological disorders
  • ABO blood group system, Rh blood group system, Blood transfusion reaction and its complications
  • Food Microbiology, Dairy Microbiology, Industrial production of Streptomycin,Lysin, rDNA products, Production of alcoholic beverages, Downstream processing and quality control
  • Basic concepts of microbial genetics, Effect of mutation in bacteria, Genetic engineering and Protein engineering, Techniques in molecular biology, Bioinformatics
  • Enzyme, Enzyme kinetics and regulation, Extraction, purification and assay of enzymes
  • Bioenergetics, Biosynthesis of Nucleotides , Protein ,Peptidoglycan
  • Air microbiology, Marine microbiology and Fresh water ecosystem, Extremophiles, Geomicrobiology,
  • Environmental impact assessment and Industrial Waste Management
  • Clinical Bacteriology, Mycology, Parasitology, Virology , Chemotherapy
Laboratory Skills: Microbiology students would master the following laboratory skills
  • work with standard lab safety protocols and procedures.
  • work effectively in a team environment.
  • document and maintain a record of all lab activities.
  • Document and report on experimental protocols, results and conclusions
  • review procedures and put them into your own words.
  • maintain an aseptic environment.
  • understand and use a bright field microscope.
  • preparation of and viewing samples for microscopy,
  • use appropriate methods to identify microorganisms,
  • estimate the number of microorganisms in a sample,
  • use common lab equipment.
  • Develop competency in the simple,Gram staining and special staining procedure
  • prepare culture media, isolate and culture bacteria and fungi
  • understand the environmental effects on bacterial growth.
  • Develop competence in bacterial and fungal identification.
  • Conduct the basic research with the microorganisms and perform the diagnostic procedures required in food, milk ,industrial and pharmaceutical industries
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Program Outcome [M.Sc. Microbiology]
  • Instill the intellectual skills to analyze the molecules using advance biophysical techniques such as HPLC, GC, AAS, PCR etc.
  • Perform the quantitative/ qualitative analysis of Biomolecules and understand various biochemical pathways
  • Acquire knowledge and understanding the concepts of Microbial genetics, Molecular biology, Immunology, Enzymology.
  • Explore the scientific literature effectively and use computational tools such as bio-statistical and bioinformatics
  • Role of micro organisms in eco system and impact created by microbes in agricultural development.
  • Implement the knowledge in industry with regard to scale up, production, scale down and quality control of the various microbial products
  • Conduct the basic research related to industry-environmental issues and use of agricultural for sustainable products
  • Students will communicate scientific concepts, experimental results and Analytical arguments clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing.
  • Relationship between human disease and micro organisms, pathogenicity, laboratory diagnosis and treatment method.
  • basic knowledge about the micro organisms, Microbial Physiology
Course Outcome [B.Sc. Botany]
Paper Number Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – I View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – II View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – III View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – IV View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – V View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – VI View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – VII View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – VIII View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – IX View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – X View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XI View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XII View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XIII View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XIV View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XV View Course Outcome
Microbiology Paper – XVI View Course Outcome

LABORATORY

The Department of Microbiology was established in 1981 and it conducts B.Sc. in Microbiology ad M.Sc. In microbiology Course. Department runs career oriented courses viz. Fermentation Technology and Advanced industrial Microbiology. It also provides facility Ph.D. Course in Microbiology. The Department is recognized as research centre in Microbiology by Solapur University, Solapur. Seven Students had registered for their Ph.D. Course in this Department and So far three students have completed Ph.D. Degrees. The Department has published about 40 research papers in national and International journals.
The department is well equipped with equipments and instruments such as laboratory fermenter, cooling centrifuge, laminar air flow, BOD Incubator, Electrophoresis Unit, Autoclave, Incubator, Hot Air Oven , Centrifuge, Shaker ,Incubator Shaker, Binocular research Microscopes, Cyclomixer etc.
Department has a separate Departmental Library and journal Section. The Department is having E- learning facility viz. Smart Board, L.C.D. with Internet facility etc.

Research Area
Sr. No. Name of Faculty Research area
1. Dr. D.G.Kadam
  1. Agricultural Microbiology
  2. Environmental Microbiology
  3. Industrial Microbiology
  4. Medical Microbiology
2. Mrs. T.T. Bapat
  1. Biochemistry
  2. Industrial Microbiology
3. Dr. S. N. Deshpande Medical Microbiology
4. Mrs. N.R. Damle Agricultural Microbiology
5. Mr. S.H. Kamble
  1. Molecular Biology
  2. Biochemistry
  3. Industrial Microbiology
Publication of Research Papers

Sr. No. Name of Authors Title of Paper Name of journal with ISSN/ ISBN No.,  impact factor, Page no., volume,  with year
1 Dr. D.G.Kadam Optimum concentration of supplementary feed for vermicomposting of Tendu leaf (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb ) refuge using Eudrilus eugeniae (Kinberg).

D.G.Kadam, P.K.Goel and G.R.Pathade

Pollution Research, 24, 259-262, 2005(ISSN No.:  ISSN: 0257-8050Impact Factor: 3.3 )
2 Dr. D.G.Kadam Microbial succession in the casts of Eudrilus eugeniae fed upon tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb.) leaf residue.

D.G.Kadam, P.K.Goel and G.R.Pathade

Nature Environment and Pollution Technology , 6, 507- 514. 2007.( ISSN: 0972- 6268, Impact Factor: 3.5 )
3 Dr. D.G.Kadam Effect of precomposting of Tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon RoxB.) leaf residue on the growth and cocoon production of the earthworm Eudrilus eugeniae Michaelsen during vermicomposting in laboratory microcosms.

D.G.Kadam, P.K.Goel and G.R.Pathade

The Ecoscan, 2(1), 111- 114, (ISSN No.: 0974-0376, Impact Factor: 4.65 )
4 Dr. D.G.Kadam Role of National Service Scheme, Educational Institutions, Rotary Club and Social Forestry in Biodiversity Conservation

S.N. Despande, V.V Shagalolu, D.G. Kadam, L.B.Dama and K.R.Rao

Indian Journal of Tropical Biodiversity, 19(1) , 1-5, ( ISSN : 0971-4642, Impact Factor: 2.5 )
5 Dr. D.G.Kadam Studies on determination of susceptibility to Dental caries among school children

S.N.Deshpande and D.G.Kadam

International Journal of Pharma and Biosciences, 3(2), 809- 817, (ISSN No.:  ISSN-0975-6299  Impact Factor: 0.47)
6 Dr. D.G.Kadam Phytochemical analysis and Antibacterial activity of Acacia nilotica against Streptococcus mutans.

S.N.Deshpande and D.G.Kadam

International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences.,5(1),

( ISSN-0975-1491, Impact Factor: 1.1 )

7 Dr. D.G.Kadam Anti-bacterial activity and phytochemical analysis of some medicinal plants against Xanthomonas axonopodis punicae, phytopathovar of bacterial blight of pomegranate.

V.A. Garagade and D.G.Kadam

Bionano Frontier, 6(1), 164-167 ( ISSN-0974-0678, Impact Factor: 0.22 )
8 Dr. D.G.Kadam Use of Internet in Life Science Research amongst Teachers and Students: A Survey

Deshpande.S.N , Shagalolu.V.V , Rao.K.R and Kadam D G

Indian Streams Research Journal, 2,(12) , 1-8( ISSN: 2230-7850, Impact Factor: 0.2105 )
9 Dr. D.G.Kadam Some Studies on Bacteriological Profile of Kidney Stone

S.D. Deokar & D.G.Kadam

Golden Research Thoughts, 3, 41-44, ( ISSN: 2231- 5063  Impact Factor: 1.2018 )
10 Dr. D.G.Kadam Pectinase production by Aspergillus species in submerged fermentation by using agricultural wastes as a substrate

V. A. Gargade , R. R. Swami , D. G. Kadam , K. P. Shinde

Indian Streams Research Journal, 3,(7)  1-5, ( ISSN: 2230-7850 Impact Factor: 0.2105 )
11 Dr. D.G.Kadam GCMS Analysis and antibacterial activity of Piper betle (Linn) leaves against Streptococcus mutans

Deshpande S.N. & Kadam D.G.

Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, 6(5),  99 -101

( ISSN- 0974-2441Impact Factor: 0.7 )

12 Dr. D.G.Kadam Growth and reproduction of Eudrilus eugeniae and Eisenia fetida in Tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon RoxB) leaf as influenced by supplementary feed

Kadam D.G.

DAV International journal of Science, Vol.(2), (2),50-54,

( ISSN: 2277-5536 Impact Factor: )

13 Dr. D.G.Kadam Preliminary Phytochemical Analysis of some Medicinal Plants

Deshpande S.N. & Kadam D.G.

DAV International journal of Science, Vol.(2), (2),61-65,  ISSN: 2277-5536
14 Dr. D.G.Kadam Effect of tendu(Diospyros melanoxylon RoxB.) leaf vermicompost on growth and yield of French bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)

Dilip Kadam & Girish Pahade

International journal of Recycling of Organic Waste in Agriculture,3: 44, 1-7

( ISSN : 2251-7715 Impact factor 0.48 )                

15 Dr. D.G.Kadam Antibacterial activity of some herbal extracts and traditional biocontrol agents against Xanthomonas axonopodis punicae

V.A. Garagade and D.G. Kadam

Journal of International academic research for Multidisciplinary, 2 : 3: 16-25

( ISSN:2320-5083 Impact factor : 1.393)

16 Dr. D.G.Kadam Screening of thermostable lipase producers from alkaline lake

Lokre S.S. & Kadam D.G.

International Journal  of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences,

3 (11), 240-245( ISSN-2319-7706  Impact Factor: 2.015 )              

17 Dr. D.G.Kadam Production and characterization of thermostable lipase from Aeribacillus sp. SSL096201

Lokre S.S. & Kadam D.G.

GERF Bulletin of Biosciences , 5(2), 1-7 (  ISSN: 2229-6433, Impact factor: 0.9125)
18 Dr. D.G.Kadam In vitro evaluation of antibacterial potential of Pongamia pinnata L. against Xanthomonas axonopodis punicae, phytopathovar of Bacterial blight of  Pomegranate (Punicagranatum)

V.A. Garagade and D.G. Kadam

International Journal  of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences .4(5) , 824-833  (ISSN-2319-7706, Impact Factor: 2.015   )
19 Dr. D.G.Kadam Screening of antibacterial activity of  Ricinus communisL. leaves extracts against Xanthomonas axonopodis pv. punicae

V.A. Garagade and D.G. Kadam

International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, 2(9): 47–51(ISSN: 2348-8069, Impact factor: ICV: 5.01, SJIF: 4.620 )
20 Dr. D.G.Kadam Isolation and characterization of proteus spp. from domestic disposal expressing extrachromosoal extended spectrum β-lactamase trait

Archana A. Kharat, Sopan Bawale, Dilip G. Kadam, Arun S. Kharat

International Journal of Genetics,  7, (1),170-176.( ISSN: 0975-2862 & E-ISSN: 0975-9158, Impact factor: Index Copernicus value: 4.61, NAAS: 4.0 )
21 Dr. D.G.Kadam Evaluation of antibacterial activity of extracts of piper betle [linn.]leaves against streptococcus mutans

Deshpande S.N. & Kadam D.G.

World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical science,  4,( 11), 1040-1050  (ISSN 2278 – 4357, Impact factor: SJIF Impact Factor 5.210 )
22 Dr. D.G.Kadam Growth and Reproduction of Eudrilus eugeniae in Tendu (Diospyros melanoxylon Roxb.) Leaf Residues as Influenced by Feed Particle Size

D.G.Kadam

Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Sci (2015) 4(11): 206-210 (ISSN: 2319-7706 Impact factor: 2.015 )
23 Dr. D.G.Kadam In-vitro evaluation of antioxidant activity of aqueous and solvents extracts of gymnema Sylvester

Dilip G. Kadam, Nitin D. Deshmukh, Rahul R. Shelke

 

World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences

Volume 5, Issue 5, 1152-116 (ISSN 2278 – 4357. SJIF Impact Factor 6.041 )

24 Dr. D.G.Kadam Studies on  selected  bacteria and glycolytic enzyme activities in the gut of Eudrilus eugeniae

Kadam D.G.& G.R.Pathade

Int.J.Curr.Microbiol.App.Science, (2017) 6 (4) : 2256-2264 ( ISSN: 2319-7706 Impact factor: 5.38 )
25 Dr. D.G.Kadam Co-existence of multiple β-lactamase traits among clinical isolates of Escherichia coli from rural part of Maharashtra, India

Kharat A.A., Kharat Arun and  Kadam D.G.

African Journal of Microbiology Research. 11(7)  278-286 (ISSN: 1996-0808, Impact factor: 5.0 )
26 Dr. D.G.Kadam Isolation and Characterization of Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Aeromonas spp. from Urinary stone of Urolithiasis Patients

Deokar S.D. & Kadam D.G.

Int.J.Pharm. Sci. Rev.Res, July-August.  45 (2) : 104- 109 (ISSN: 0976- 044X, Impact factor: 5.38 )
27 Dr. D.G.Kadam Production of bio-ethanol by anaerobic fermentation of green tobacco leaves (Nicotina tobaccum) by using Saccharomyces cerevisiae

V.A.Garagade, D.G.Kadam

International Journal of development  Research

7(6),  13007- 13010, (ISSN: 2230- 9926, Impact factor: 5.0)

28 Dr. D.G.Kadam Bioethanol Production: Optimization of parameters for ethanol production by using Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Rohini Shivasharan & D.G.Kadam

DAV International journal of Science,  7 (1)  (ISSN: 2277-5536(Print); 2277-5641(online)

 

29 Dr. D.G.Kadam Isolation , characterization of Potassium solubilizing  Bacteria and its effect on the growth of Trigonella foenum- graecum

Meru J.A., Garagade V.A., Pawar R.S., Sura A.S, Gund S.S., Bhandari Y.L. and Kadam D.G.

 

Contemporary Research in India,     Special Issue : National Seminar:Recent Trends in Plant Sciences and Agricultural Research, 302,  ( ISSN: 2231- 2137, NAAS Score:2.23 )

1 Mrs.N.R.Damle  Enzymatic potential of Bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of Aegle marmelos (Bael tree) Damle N.R. and S.W. Kulkarni. World Journal of Environmental Biosciences. Vol. 1 Issue 2 E ISSN   2277-8047

 

2 Mrs.N.R.Damle Enzymatic potential of Bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere of Pongamia glabra (Karanj) Damle N.R. Journal of Microbial World, 14(1) ISSN-0972-1487: 69-73

 

3 Mrs.N.R.Damle Screening of rhizomicroflora from the rhizosphere of Calotropis procera for their multiple plant growth promoting and antimicrobial activities, Damle N.R. and S.W. Kulkarni. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol.3 issue 10 Nov 2013: 1-4      

       Impact factor: 1.7604(UIF)

 

4 Mrs.N.R.Damle In vitro Screening of rhizomicroflora from the  rhizosphere of Withania somnifera for multiple plant growth promoting activities. Damle N.R. and S.W. Kulkarni. “Avishkar” Solapur University Research Journal,Vol.3, 2014: 52-60
5 Mrs.N.R.Damle Screening of rhizomicroflora from the rhizosphere of Pongamia glabra for their multiple plant growth promoting and antimicrobial activities, Damle N.R. and S. W. Kulkarni (2018). Journal of Environmental Research and Development; vol.9 No. 02 Oct-Dec 2014, 318-323 E ISSN 2319-5983 ISSN 0973-6921

       Impact factor: 1.268

 

6 Mrs.N.R.Damle Screeningof rhizomicroflora from the rhizosphere of Azadirachta indica for their multiple plant growth promoting and antimicrobialactivities. Damle N.R. and S. W. Kulkarni (2018). Contemporary research in India. ISSN 2231-2137 Special issue IV: 329-333

      NAAS Score 2017:3.23, UGC approved journal No.62441

7 Mrs.N.R.Damle Screening of rhizomicroflora isolated from the   rhizosphere of Aegle marmelos for multiple plant growth promoting and antimicrobial activities. Damle N.R. and S. W. Kulkarni. World Journal of pharmaceutical research. Vol. (7), 824-838. ISSN 2277-7105

      SJIF Impact factor: 8.074

 

1 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Studies on determination of susceptibility to dental caries among school children .

 

International journal of pharma and pharmaceutical sciences

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG

Vol.3,issue2, [ISSN0975-6299,April 2012,IF=0.1]

2 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Role of national service scheme, educational institutions, rotary club and social forestry in biodiversity conservation

Deshpande SN,Shagalolu VV,Rao KR,Kadam DG,Dama LB

Indian journal of tropical biodiversity,vol 19,issue 1
3 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Phytochemical analysis and antibacterial activity of stem bark of Acacia nilotica against Streptococcus mutans

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG,

International journal of pharma and pharmaceutical sciences[IF=1.59]
4 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Use of internet in life science research by teachers and students:ASurvey.

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG,

Indian Stream Research Journal VOL.2,ISSUE-12 ISSN 2230-7850, Jan.

2013,IF=0.21

5 Dr. S.N. Deshpande GCMS Analysis & antibacterial activity of Piper betle leaves against Streptococcus mutans

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG,

Asian Journal of Pharmacy and Clinical Research,vol.6,

suppl 5, ISSN-0974-2441,Nov..2013,IF=0.7]

6 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Preliminary phytochemical analysis of some medicinal plants,

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG,

DAV International Journal of Science Volume-Volume-2 Issue-2 ISSN: 2277-5536 2013]
7 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Evaluation of antibacterial activity of extracts of piper betle [linn.]Leaves against streptococcus mutans ,

Deshpande SN,Kadam DG,

World journal of pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences,vol.4,issue11,IF=5.2]

 

 

8 Dr. S.N. Deshpande Evaluation of Antibacterial Activity of extract of

housefly, Musca domestica,

Shagalolu VV, Deshpande SN,

Indian journal of applied research,vol.6,issue- 4

[ISSN: 2249-555X,April, 2016,IF=3.9]

9 Dr. S.N. Deshpande   Antibacterial activity of chemically synthesized Fe2O3nanoparicles

Kore,Deshpande SN,Shahane GS,

Contemporary Research in India, ISSN NO.2231-2137UGC APPROVED j no.62441,Jan.2018

1 Kamble S.H. Isolation And Characterization of Bacterial Strains From Solid Wastes For The Production of Extracellular Enzymes And Degradation of Environmental wastes

(International)

Review of Research

Vol.|3|Issue.9|June 2014

Impact Factor: 2.1002(UIF)

ISSN:- 2249-894X

2 Kamble S.H. Isolation And Characterization of Potential Probiotic Microorganisms From

Indian Traditional Fermented Food Products For The Production of

Antimicrobial Substances Against Human Pathogens.

(International)

Science Park Research Journal

ISSN:2321-8045

Impact Factor:1.6200(UIF-2015)

Volume-3| Issue 7|27th August

Research Scholars
Sr. No Name of the student Name of the Guide Registration No. Research Topic Status(ongoing/ Awarded/ Submitted)
1 Mr. Satish Dinkarrao Deokar Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 2010-11 / 2936 DT. 13/ 7/ 2011 Studies on antibiotic resistance patterns of bacterial isolates from urinary tract infections in Barshi tehsil, Maharastra Ongoing
2 Mrs. Archana Arun Kharat Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 10879 DT. 15/ 12/ 2012 Isolation ,antibiotypes and genetic characterization of the extended spectrum beta lactam enteric bacteria from Osmanabad and Solapur District Ongoing
3 Ms. Rohini Ravindra Shivsharan Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 10879 DT. 15/ 12/ 2012 Studies on bioethanol Production: Improvement of ethanol production by enhancement of biomass, nutrient supplementation and mutagenesis of native Saccharomyces cerevisiae Ongoing
4 Mr. Nitin Devidas Deshmukh Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUDPGBUTR/ 2012-13/ 8474 DT. 24/ 9/ 2012 Studies on biosurfactant based Nanoparticles for evaluating their efficacy against selected pathogens Ongoing
5 Dr. Mrs. S. N. Deshpande Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 2010-11/ 5191.

DT. 5/ 10/ 2010

Evaluation of selected herbal extracts for management of dental caries Awarded
6 Mrs. Vaishali Arun Garagade Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 2010-11/ 5191.

DT. 5/ 10/ 2010

Efficacy of some medicinal plant extracts for management of Bacterial blight of pomegranate (Punica granatum L. ) Awarded
7 Mr. Shekhar. Shamrao. Lokare Dr. D. G. Kadam SUS/ BCUD/ PGBUTR/ 2010-11/ 95191.

DT. 5/ 10/ 2010

Studies on thermotable Lipases of alkaliphilic bacteria isolated from an alkaline lake Awarded
Research Facilities

The department provides adequate instrumental facilities for undertaking research by UG and PG students and faculty members. It has research facility like FTIR, U.V. Spectrophotometer, Cooling centrifuge, High Speed Centrifuge, Shaker Incubator, Laminar Air Flow Facilities, Electrophoresis Units, Micropipettes, Binocular research Microscopes and Laboratory fermenter etc.
Departmental facilities are the provided to the researchers from the other institutions in Solapur as well as nearby places and industries.

Research Projects by the faculty
Sr. No. Title of Project Principal Investigator Funding Agency Duration Amount Sanctioned and Status
1 Studies on Microbiological and biochemical aspects of vermicompost and vermiwash obtained from Vermicomposting of Agricultural waste by Eudrilus eugeniae Dr. D. G. Kadam   U.G.C

File no-

47-064/ 06

(WRO)

2006- 2008   65000

and completed

2 Evaluation of antimicrobial potential of Pseudocalymma alleaceum

 

Mrs. T. T. Bapat

 

U.G.C

File no-

47-1021/ 09

(WRO)

 

2009

 

90000

and

Completed

3 Determination of susceptibility to dental carries by Snyder’s Test and Estimation of lactobacillus count in School going children’s in Solapur City Mrs. S .N. Deshpande

 

U.G.C

File no-

47-962/ 09

(WRO)

2009   130000

and Completed

 

4 Studies on potential of Rhizobacteria Associated with Medicinal plant roots Mrs. N.R. Damle

 

U.G.C

File no-

47-1624/ 10

(WRO)

 

2009

 

110000

and

Completed

Students Research Project Allotment List
Sr. No. Name of Guide Name of Student Title of project Year
1 Dr.D.G.Kadam Miss Birajdar P.V. Isolation and characterization of Azotobacter spp. from cultivated and non cultivated soils of Solapur district 2017-18
2 Dr.D.G.Kadam Mr. Vidhate Prasad V. Extraction of Melanin pigments from hairs 2018-19
3 Mrs. T.T. Bapat Ms. Nesargi Poonam Rajendra Ecofriendly IODO AID 2017-18
4 Dr. S.N.Deshpande Miss Akkalkote Rajashree Antimicrobial action of Lichen against human pathogens 2018-19
5 Mrs N.R.Damle Mr. Rathod Shivam Exploring microflora compost pile 2017-18
6 Mrs N.R. Damle Ms. Patil Nikita V. Lucrative applications of Coconut waste 2018-19
7 Mr. Kamble S.H. Miss Patil Nikita V. Isolation and Characterization of probiotics from Indian traditional fermented food products and evaluation of antimicrobial activity of probiotics against human pathogens. 2017-18
8 Mr. Kamble S.H. Miss Shaik Farzana A. Bacteriophage therapy for prevention and control Klebsiella pneumoniae infections 2018-19
9 Mr. Kamble S.H. Miss Aditi Malekar Antimicrobial action of Plant extracts against human pathogens 2018-19
Result Analysis [2013-2018]
Year Students Appeared Pass Fail Absent Pass %
2013-14 23 18 05 Nil 78.26
2014-15 26 26 Nil Nil 100
2015-16 24 23 01 Nil 96
2016-17 28 28 Nil Nil 100
2017-18 30 30 Nil Nil 100
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Departmental Toppers [2013-2018]
Sr. No. Name Percentage Year
1 Mr. Lagshetti Ajay 91.88 % 2013-14
2 Miss Magar D.S. 83% 2014-15
3 Miss Surpure S. N. 86.33 2015-16
4 Mr. Mane Vishwadeep Deepak 89.75% 2016-17
5 Ms. Nesargi Poonam Rajendra 86.83 2017-18
Skill Course


Sr. No. Name of the Course Syallbus
1 Fermentation Technology View Syllabus
2 Advanced Industrial Microbiology View Syllabus

Activity Reports
Year Reports
2014-15 View Report
2015-16 View Report
2016-17 View Report
2017-18 View Report
2018-19 View Report
Conferences


Sr. No. Name of the Course Reports
1 Microbial Technology for Sustainable Development View Report
2 Recent Trends in Bioinformatics View Report
Lab to Land

Lab to Land programme is innovative programme of the Government of India for promoting the use of sceince and technology in agriculture sector. This programme was launched in 1979. The Department of Microbiology runs LAB to LAND programme at college level. The main objective of this programme was to aware the farmers about the benefits of biofertilizers and biopesticides and its use. In this programme microbiology students have used microbiological techniques and isolated various microbial strains from rhizosphere viz. Azotobacter, Rhizobium etc. and produced product like biofertilizers. Biofertilizers carefully and aseptically carried to actual crop land in solapur region and applied in front of farmers. Farmers counselled by students about the beneficial roles of biofertilizers.
Biofertilizers play a great and significant role in improving soil fertility by fixing atmospheric nitrogen under free living condition and in association with plant root nodules.
These microbes solubilize insoluble soil phosphates and produce plant growth substance in the soil.
Biofertilizers are very important source for augmenting the nutrient supplies for plants by virtue of fixing atmospheric nitrogen and solubilizing/mobilizing soil nutrients; they are accepted as key component of the Integrated Plant Nutrient System