Medi-Caps Group Group of Institution
Dr. Preeti Jain
Education: M.Sc. (Organic and Inorganic Chemistry both) and Ph.D. (Environmental Chemistry).
Dr.Preeti Jain, presently working as Professor and the Head of Department of Chemistry, Medi-Caps University, Indore, has been associated with the institute since the year 2000. She is M.Sc. (Organic and Inorganic Chemistry both) and Ph.D. (Environmental Chemistry). She has published 32 research papers in National/International Journals and Conferences. Ten books have been published under the discipline of Engineering Chemistry (Theory and Practical both), EEES (Environment) and one international Environmental Nanotechnology Book published by LAP Publishing House Germany. She is also a fellow member of International congress of chemistry and environment and also a member of editorial board of SCI indexed journal Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment. She has been an active participant in International conference at Thailand in the year 2010 where her research paper was appreciated very much. A national symposium on Climate change and Environment management was organised under the convenor ship of Dr.Preeti Jain in Medi-Caps University during August 2011. A national workshop on Good Laboratory Practices and Environmental Issues was also held under the guidance of Dr.Preeti Jain (Convenor) at Medi-Caps University during 22-23 January 2014. She is the cultural head of the activities being carried out at Medi-Caps University. She has headed the exam team which was involved in conducting various exams (RGPV, other competitive exams) centered at Medi-Caps. She is the advisor of the major activities regarding first year engineering curriculum. She has been very encouraging towards the faculties for research projects and academic development. Her contribution in the establishment of advanced laboratory for the engineering courses as well as research purposes is consistent.
|Dr. Preeti Jain||HOD||M.Sc. (Organic and Inorganic Chemistry both) and Ph.D. (Environmental Chemistry).||18|
|Dr.Anjali Soni||Sr. Assistant Professor||B.Sc, M.Sc., Ph.D, SET Qualified||16.4|
|Dr. Manisha Parasai||T.A.||Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, B.Sc.|
|Dr. Jeetendra Bhawsar||Assistant Professor||B.Sc., M.Sc, Ph.D.||13|
|Dr.Ranju Yadav||Assistant Professor||Ph.D. Environmental science, CBZ|
|Ms. Sucheta Khowal||Assistant Professor||B.Sc, M.Sc, B.Ed||10.5|
|Ms.Devashri Kapade||Assistant Professor||B.Sc, M.Sc||7.5|
|Ms. Arifa Sheikh||Assistant Professor||B.Sc., M.Sc (Chemistry), Ph.D. Pursuing||5.9|
|Ms. Hitendra Kaur Sidhwani||Assistant Professor||B.Sc., M.Sc (Organic Chemistry), NET Qualified||6|
|Ms.Pragya Vaishnav Surana||Assistant Professor||B.Sc, M.Sc, B.Ed., MBA Exec pursuing,||5.5|
The department has the following laboratories under its aegis: Engineering Chemistry (2 laboratories) and Environmental Engineering (1 laboratory) in which various samples of lubricants, fuel and water can be analysed respectively. Lubricant analysis includes flash and fire point determination, viscosity determination, cloud and pour point, aniline point, steam emulsification number, drop point, iodine number, saponification value, acid value/neutralisation number, penetration number. Fuel testing is performed with respect to calorific value, fixed carbon, ash content, carbon residue, volatile content and moisture content, nitrogen and sulphur estimation. Water analysis regarding determination of pH, acidity, alkalinity, TDS, TSS, hardness, chlorides, residual chlorine, DO, COD, BOD, coagulant dose, all spectrophotometric analysis, turbidity, salinity, micobiological analysis, nitrogen estimation, flame photometric determination of Na/K.
- Department of chemistry has successfully completed Two weeks M.Sc. Internship programme from 2 January to 15 January 2018
- Two Expert Lecture was held on 21st October, 2016 and 21st February, 2017 on “Advanced Engineering Materials and its application” for the I Year B. Tech. students at Medi-Caps University. Dr. B. Thirumala Rao, Plasmonic Scientist, RRCAT had delivered both the lectures which covered the following topics: Superconductors, Optical Fibres, Nanomaterials.
- National Science Day was celebrated on 28th February, 2017 to mark the contribution of Sir CV Raman. The celebration involved the following events: an Exhibition cum Model making competition, an expert lecture and a movie screening.