IMSEC Society

Email: indu.bhatt@imsec.ac.in

Phone: 01204940000

Dr. Indu Bhatt

  • Department:
  • Position:
  • Experience:
  • Biotechnology
  • Assistant Professor
  • 9

Brief Profile:

PhD in Biotechnology with 9 years academic experience, Research interest area include plant stress biology, molecular biology, natural products and development of herbal formulations related to cosmetology.

Qualification:

  • 2006-2012
  • Banasthali University, Rajasthan
  • PhD in Biotechnology (2012)
  • Topic: Regulation of expression of novel peroxidases in Cicer arietinum exposed to abiotic stress

  • 2004-2006
  • Banasthali University, Rajasthan
  • MSc in Biotechnology
     
  • 2001-2004
  • University of Delhi
  • BSc (H) in Microbiology (2004)

Exprience

Assistant Professor, IMS Engineering College, 08, 2012 - present
Faculty, Gnomon Education Services Private Ltd. (GESPL), Delhi, 09, 2006- Jan 2007

Areas of Interests

Plant stress biology, molecular biology, natural products and development of herbal formulations related to cosmetology

Articles contributed

"Bhatt I (2021) Effect of heavy metals on plant biodiversity and its bioremedies. In: Biodiversity-Current Status, Conservation and Commercial Utilization. Ed. Shukla S. ISBN: 978-93-89224-76-4 Bhatt I (2019) Polygyny. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG. Bhatt I (2019) Weaning. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG. Tripathi BN, Singh V and Bhatt I (2008) Metal hyperaccumulators and phytoremediation: Current status and future perspectives. Proceedings of the workshop Development and optimization of combined plant/microbe technologies for bioremediation of soils contaminated with hydrocarbons and heavy metals, 24-57. Tripathi BN, Kumari Nilima, Sharma V, Singh Vijeta, Bhatt I and Kasana Rohini (2007) Biomonitoring of Metal Pollutants: A Review of Algal Bioassay Methods. In: Applications of Biotechnology (Eds.) Tripathi BN, Shekhawat GS and Sharma V, Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India."

Research publications in International Journal

"Bhatt I (2016) Natural Products: The New Face of Pharmacy. International Journal of Medical and Pharma Research. 5(2): 46-50. Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Plant Peroxiredoxins: Catalytic mechanisms, functional significance and future perspectives. Biotechnology Advances. 29: 850-859. Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Interaction of engineered nanoparticles with various components of the environment and possible strategies for their risk management. Chemosphere, 82: 308-317. Singh V, Bhatt I, Aggarwal A, Tripathi BN, Munjal A and Sharma V (2010) Proline improves copper tolerance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Protoplasma, 245: 173-181. Tripathi BN, Bhatt I and Dietz K-J (2009) Peroxiredoxins: A less studied component of hydrogen peroxide detoxification in photosynthetic organisms. Protoplasma, 235:3-15. Tripathi BN, Kasana R, Singh V, Bhatt I, Singh A, Sharma V and Gaur JP (2009) Carotenoids and pH of the culture medium play an important role in displaying metal stress in batch and semi-continuous cultures of Anabaena doliolum. Annals de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology, 45: 119-125."

Paper presented in National Conferences

"Bhatt I (2020) Effect of Heavy Metals on Plant Biodiversity and its Bio-remedies’ at National Symposium on Biodiversity: Current Status, Conservation and Commercial Utilization held at RRPG College, Amethi, UP (Invited lecture) Bhatt I, Tripathi BN (2012) “Drought in chickpea: Oxidative stress and antioxidative defense mechansim” in National Symposium on Plant Biology and its Role in Sustainable Food and Energy Production, Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur, Chhatisgarh. Bhatt I (2010) “Copper-induced oxidative stress and antioxidant defense responses of chickpea” in National Symposium on Biotechnology in India: Current Status and Future Scope held at Poddar College, Jaipur by Academy of Innovative Research, Bemawal, Ambedkarnagar. Sharma I, Singh V, Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2009) “Phosphate-mediated improvement of antioxidant defense system enables Pennisetum typhoides to control As-induced oxidative stress” in a National Symposium on Current Challenges in Plant Sciences: Gene to Ecosystem held at Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi. "

Workshops Attended

"One day workshop on 'Drug Design and Discovery' organized by Bansal Institute of Engineering and Technology on May 28, 2020. "

Workshops conducted

"Coordinator in one month Summer Internship Program conducted by Department of Biotechnology, IMSEC on 'Research Methodology and Regulatory Affairs' (June 16-July 13, 2020) Coordinator in 'Hands on Training in Molecular Biology' held at Department of Biotechnology (10.06.2019-05.07.2019) Coordinator in Hands-on Summer Training in Molecular Biology' held at Department of Biotechnology (June 04-June 13, 2018)"

FDP Attended

"ATAL-AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Program on 'Nutraceuticals: Basics & Beyond' organized by Bannari Amman Institute of Technology from 12-16 July, 2021 ATAL-AICTE sponsored Faculty Development Program on 'Management of Intellectual Property (IP) and Innovation (Creation, Protection and Leveraging of IP)' organized by National Institute of Industrial Engineering from 5-9 July, 2021 AKTU sponsored Faculty Development Program on ‘Pedagogy’ organized by Department of Biotechnology, Noida Institute of Engineering and Technology, Greater Noida from 15-19 December, 2020. Faculty Development Program on ‘Advances in Biotechniques’ organized by Department of Biotechnology, Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology, Meerut in association with Society of Biological Chemists (India) from 9-11 October, 2020. One week Faculty Development Program on ‘Biosafety, Bioethics and IPR’ organized by the Department of Microbiology, Ram Lal Anand College from 24th to 28th August, 2020 under the DBT Star College Scheme. One week UGC approved FDP on the topic 'Advanced Pedagogy and Research Methodology' held at RRPG College, Amethi from 6-12 June 2020."

Awards & Honors

  • Dr. Kothari Post-Doc Fellowship (2012)
  • Short term research scholarship by DAAD, German Academic Exchange Service for visiting Germany (Bielefeld University) for research work (2009)
  • Qualified GATE conducted by IIT, Kharagpur (2004)
  • DBT scholarship in M.Sc. (2004-2006)

Books Authored

2021

  • Bhatt I (2021) Effect of heavy metals on plant biodiversity and its bioremedies. In: Biodiversity-Current Status, Conservation and Commercial Utilization. Ed. Shukla S.  ISBN: 978-93-89224-76-4

2019

  • Bhatt I (2019) Polygyny. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG.
  • Bhatt I (2019) Weaning. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG.

2016

  • Bhatt I (2016) Natural Products: The New Face of Pharmacy. International Journal of Medical and Pharma Research. 5(2): 46-50.

2011

  • Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Plant Peroxiredoxins: Catalytic mechanisms, functional significance and future perspectives. Biotechnology Advances. 29: 850-859.
  • Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Interaction of engineered nanoparticles with various components of the environment and possible strategies for their risk management. Chemosphere, 82: 308-317.

2010

  • Singh V, Bhatt I, Aggarwal A, Tripathi BN, Munjal A and Sharma V (2010) Proline improves copper tolerance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Protoplasma, 245: 173-181.

2009

  • Tripathi BN, Bhatt I and Dietz K-J (2009) Peroxiredoxins: A less studied component of hydrogen peroxide detoxification in photosynthetic organisms. Protoplasma, 235:3-15.
  • Tripathi BN, Kasana R, Singh V, Bhatt I, Singh A, Sharma V and Gaur JP (2009) Carotenoids and pH of the culture medium play an important role in displaying metal stress in batch and semi-continuous cultures of Anabaena doliolum. Annals de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology, 45: 119-125.

2008

  • Tripathi BN, Singh V and Bhatt I (2008) Metal hyperaccumulators and phytoremediation: Current status and future perspectives. Proceedings of the workshop Development and optimization of combined plant/microbe technologies for bioremediation of soils contaminated with hydrocarbons and heavy metals, 24-57.

2007

  • Tripathi BN, Kumari Nilima, Sharma V, Singh Vijeta, Bhatt I and Kasana Rohini (2007) Biomonitoring of Metal Pollutants: A Review of Algal Bioassay Methods. In: Applications of Biotechnology (Eds.) Tripathi BN, Shekhawat GS and Sharma V, Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.

Journal

    2021

    • Bhatt I (2021) Effect of heavy metals on plant biodiversity and its bioremedies. In: Biodiversity-Current Status, Conservation and Commercial Utilization. Ed. Shukla S.  ISBN: 978-93-89224-76-4

    2019

    • Bhatt I (2019) Polygyny. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG.
    • Bhatt I (2019) Weaning. In: Encyclopedia of Animal Cognition and Behaviour. Eds. Vonk and Shackelford, Springer Nature Switzerland, AG.

    2016

    • Bhatt I (2016) Natural Products: The New Face of Pharmacy. International Journal of Medical and Pharma Research. 5(2): 46-50.

    2011

    • Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Plant Peroxiredoxins: Catalytic mechanisms, functional significance and future perspectives. Biotechnology Advances. 29: 850-859.
    • Bhatt I and Tripathi BN (2011) Interaction of engineered nanoparticles with various components of the environment and possible strategies for their risk management. Chemosphere, 82: 308-317.

    2010

    • Singh V, Bhatt I, Aggarwal A, Tripathi BN, Munjal A and Sharma V (2010) Proline improves copper tolerance in chickpea (Cicer arietinum). Protoplasma, 245: 173-181.

    2009

    • Tripathi BN, Bhatt I and Dietz K-J (2009) Peroxiredoxins: A less studied component of hydrogen peroxide detoxification in photosynthetic organisms. Protoplasma, 235:3-15.
    • Tripathi BN, Kasana R, Singh V, Bhatt I, Singh A, Sharma V and Gaur JP (2009) Carotenoids and pH of the culture medium play an important role in displaying metal stress in batch and semi-continuous cultures of Anabaena doliolum. Annals de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology, 45: 119-125.

    2008

    • Tripathi BN, Singh V and Bhatt I (2008) Metal hyperaccumulators and phytoremediation: Current status and future perspectives. Proceedings of the workshop Development and optimization of combined plant/microbe technologies for bioremediation of soils contaminated with hydrocarbons and heavy metals, 24-57.

    2007

    • Tripathi BN, Kumari Nilima, Sharma V, Singh Vijeta, Bhatt I and Kasana Rohini (2007) Biomonitoring of Metal Pollutants: A Review of Algal Bioassay Methods. In: Applications of Biotechnology (Eds.) Tripathi BN, Shekhawat GS and Sharma V, Aavishkar Publishers, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India.
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