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Research Fundings

Title of the Project

Name of the Supervisor

Funding Agency

Amount

Year

Electrochemical Investigations of lndole and Its Derivatives

 

Department of science & Technology, Govt. of India

 

1993

'Studies on the Electrochemical Behaviour of Some Neurotransmitters

 

Department of science & Technology, Govt. of India

 

1996

Modernization of Electrochemistry Laboratory

 

Human Resource and Development, Govt. ofIndia

 

1999

Electrochemical Investigations of Some Biologically Important Molecules’

 

Department of science & Technology, Govt. of India

 

2001

Information About Thesis

Title of Project

Name of the Supervisor

Name of the Candidate

Present Status

Removal of Hazardous Organic Dyes By Adsorption Technique

 

Lisha Kurup

submitted

No

Title of the Thesis

Name of the Supervisor

Name of

Candidate

Year of Regd.

 

“AluminiumMatrixParticle Composites:Microstructure,Mechanical
Properties and Wear Behaviour”.

 

Gajendra Dixit

Awarded 1997

 

“Mechanism of material removal during
abrasive wear of Al-alloy and Sic
Particle Composite”

 

Sunita Gupta

Awarded 2002

  

Title of Project

Name of the Supervisor

Name of the Candidate

Status

Removal of Cadmium Ions from Waste Water by Adsorption on Bottom Ash

 

Nidhi Gupta

Thesis Submited

Removal of Copper(II) Ions from Waste Water by Adsorption on Bottom Ash

 

Harshwardhan Ram Vanraj

Thesis Submited

  1. : 05 Dr. Savita Dixit
 

Title of the Thesis

Name of Student

 

Department

Year of Award

 

“properties modification by
polymer blends and
substitution of
polycarbonate / acrylonitrile
butadiene styrene blends”

Shambhu Nath
Yadav.(CIPET,
Bhopal )

 

Applied Mechanics

January 1997

 

 

       
 

“Modification & Testing of 5HP
Diesel Engine using producer
Gas as an alternate Fuel”

Rama Kant

  1. Bhopal)
 

Applied Mechanics

June 1997

 

Naturally aspirated
compression ignition engine
performance using esterified
vegetable oil.

     

July 2005

 

Investigation of Tribological
behaviour of vegetable oil as
alternative lubricant for
maintenance application.

Saurabh

Shrivastavaava

   

 June 2005

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