Name of the faculty member No. of students obtained Ph. D. degree Number of students working/registered for Ph. D. degree
Prof. Chandrakanta Bandyopadhyay Five
Prof. Tapas Ghosh One Two
Prof. Swapan Kumar Ghosh Two Four
Prof. Biswajit Ghosh Three Five
Research Publications and Awards
Research publication of the Department of Chemistry
Prof. C. Bandyopadhyay 66
Prof. T. Ghosh 50
Prof. K. R. Sur 17
Prof. R. Patra 15
Prof. S. Banerjee 29
Prof. B. Dutta 12
Prof. B. Mondal 17
Prof. D. Jana 21
Prof. K. Mandal 08
Prof. S. Suin 23
Prof. S. Sarkar 45
Research publication of the Department of Botany
Prof. S. K. Ghosh 70
Prof. B. Ghosh 81
Prof. A. K. Choudhury 11
Prof. H.S. Dey 12
Prof. A. Kundu 13
Prof. B. Roy 02
Prof. A. Bhar 08
Research publication of the Department of Pysics
Prof. A. K. Pal 12
Prof. C. K. Das 05
Prof. A.D. Chakraborty 10
Prof. R. Kundu 13
Prof. K.B. Chatterjee 2
Research publication of the Department of Zoology
Prof. P. K. Medda 16
Prof. D. Datta 15
Prof. K. Bhattacharjee 04
Prof. A. Mukherjee 26
Research publication of the Department of Mathematics
Prof. P.K. Rana 23
Prof. S.K. Biswas 03
Prof. S. Pal 38
Prof. Amit Kumar Biswas 14
Prof. Partha Roy 02
Prof. Abhisek Kanti Biswas 01
Prof. B. Chakraborty 19
Research publication of the Department of Language
Prof. M. Moulic 06
Research publication of the Library
Sri R. K. Dey 02

Patents obtained and filed 

Prof. Biswajit Ghosh: GenBank (International Nucleotide Sequence Database)

Rice Accession numbers in NCBI GenBank.

  • Bhog dhan (Accession: JQ345686)
  • Chini atap (Accession: JQ345687)
  • Khas dhan (Accession: JQ345688)
  • Nayanmuni (Accession: JQ345689)
  • Roygorh (Accession: JQ345690)

Prof. Subhabrata Banerjee: US Patents granted

  • Process for the activation of perovskite-type oxide 
    V. R. Choudhary and Subhabrata Banerjee 
    US Patent US 6,197,719 (2001).
  • Low temperature process for the production of hydrogen 
    Vasant Ramchandra Choudhary, Amarjeet Munshiram Rajput, Subhabrata Banerjee, 
    US Patent US 6,509,000 (2003)

Prof. Kaustab Mandal: India Patents filed for publication

  • A process of making bimetallic palladium based nanoporous alloy for hydrogen generation from formic acid at near ambient temperature. 
    Subrata Dasgupta, Kaustab Mandal and Debaleena Bhattacharjee 
    India Patent, Application No. 0622DEL2015
  • A process of making impervious palladium membrane over ceramic substrate at near ambient temperature. 
    Subrata Dasgupta, Debaleena Bhattacharjee, Kaustab Mandal and Trilochan P. Sahoo 
    India Patent, Application No. 2461DEL2013

Awards received by the Faculty 

Prof. Chandrakanta Bandyopadhyay 

Prof. T. Navneeth Rao Best Teacher Award 2013” by ‘A V Rama Rao Foundation’ at Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad, on 5th September, 2013 

Prof. Swapan Kr Ghosh 

Award received : “Distinguished Scientist Award” presented by the committee of National level Conference “Biodiversity :Threats & Conservation through traditional & biotechnological approaches : organized by Dum Dum Matijheel College, Kol -74 in collaboration with Bose Institute & Botanical Survey of India , sponsored by : UGC, CSIR , DST. 

Prof. Biswajit Ghosh 

Award received : Young Scientist Award in Plant Biotechnology At First International Conference on Bio-Resource & Stress Management.(February 6-9, 2013)