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Biotechnology
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Angira Devi Bhuyan

Assistant Professor
Bio
Teaching
Responsibilities
Research
Publications

Education

  • Master of Science, Biotechnology, Mount Carmel College, Biotechnology

Experience

  • Assistant Professor, PES University, 2012-current
  • 9 years of experience in Biotechnology courses such as Microbiology, Molecular Biology, Food Biotechnology, Environmental Biotechnology- both theory and laboratory.
  • Teaching experience in both undergraduate and post graduate programs.
  • Assistant Professor in Department of Biotechnology, PES University
  • Various responsibilities in addition to teaching, such as, laboratory in-charge, time table coordinator, back-up coordinator for PG diploma program BiSEP, active participation in several University programs and functions.

Research Interest

  • Research interest in areas of Microbiology and Environmental Biotechnology.

Research Projects (Current)

  • Ongoing undergraduate student projects.

Research Guidance

  • Guidance in undergraduate student projects.

Conferences

  • "Waste lubricant oil degradation by rhizosphere bacteria in wild and mutated strains", DSCE, Bangalore, 2020.
  • "Enhancing bacteria for waste lubricant oil degradation by physical and chemical mutation", Recent Trends and Technologies in Biotechnology and Allied Sciences, MSRIT, Bangalore, 2020.
  • "Biosurfactant production by oil degrading bacteria", RVCE, Bangalore, 2018.
  • "Lubricant oil as a substrate for bacteria isolated from the rhizosphere", International Conference on Green Technology for Health and Environment, Bangalore, 2016.
  • "Rhizosphere microbes as remedial agents for waste lubricant oil", International Conference on Recent Advances in Engineering Sciences, MSRIT, Bangalore, 2014.

Journals

  • "Degradation of Lubricant Oil Residues: The Role of Rhizosphere Microflora", 2018, International Journal of Recent Research and Review, 11(1), 39-46.
  • "Rhizosphere microbes as remedial agents for waste lubricant oil", 2014, International Review of Applied Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 2(1), 19-26.