DEPARTMENT OF Management Studies

The Department of Management was established in Year 2017.

Vision:

To achieve recognition as an estimable department, offering high quality education in the field of management with due emphasis on Managerial and financial research and Applications.

Mission

  • To promote the establishment of centre of excellence in upcoming areas of management and finance, to imbibe theessenceofinnovation amongfacultyand students
  • To enable students to develop skills to solve complex organizational and managerial problems of current times and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.
  • To providevaluebasededucationby initiatingsocialactivities.

The programmes currently running under Department of Management Studies are:

There are four well equipped labs namely

  • Microbiology Lab
  • Molecular Biology/ Biotechnology Lab
  • Tissue culture Lab/ Cell Biology Lab
  • Research Lab

The Department has state of the art laboratory facility with latest equipment including thermocycler, UV spectrophotometer, multiple gel electrophoresis units, centrifuges, shakers, autoclaves, rotary vacuum, laminar flow, microscopes, gel documentation unit which makes learning experience worthwhile and helps in the better understanding of the subjects. The course equips the students with knowledge and skills necessary for a career in research in both basic and applied sciences.

Departmental Library: The Department has a library with a reading room. The Departmental library has 50 books.

Internet facilities for Staff & Students: The Department has system with Internet facility. It is available for staff to access web.

The Department has a Research/Workshop laboratory recognized by the university currently with one Ph.D. Student.

The Department has a duly elected Departmental council with following office bearers

  • President
  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer

Every year an annual departmental fest PLEXUSis also organised to celebrate science in which students are encouraged to discuss and learn about new techniques and happenings in the field of biomedical science. The main goal behind organising these events, seminars, workshops is to encourage overall development of the students along with the academics by providing them opportunities to explore their interests in various fields of research, providing them hands-on training of several important techniques.

Projects Completed:

  • Isolation and characterization of halotolerant bacteria from saline soils and study their effect on wheat seedlings. Funding Authority: University of Delhi ,Grant: 6 Lakhs
  • Complexity of repeat sequences in differential genomes of plant/animal infecting viruses. Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: 3.5 Lakhs
  • Unraveling the genetic basis of Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML). Funding Authority: University of Delhi Grant: 6 Lakhs
  • Bioactive component quantification and inhibitory activity of MurrayaKoenigii (Curry leaf) extracts against key enzymes linked to the pathology and complications of type 2 diabetes. Funding Authority: University of Delhi, Grant: 6 Lakhs
  • Design, Synthesis and evaluation of anti-diabetic activity of substituted alkyl carboxylic acid derivatives as GPR40 agonists. Funding Authority: University of Delhi, Grant: 7.5 Lakhs
  • Transition metal based spinel oxide-graphene nanoribbon composites for removal of pesticide from water. Funding Authority: University of Delhi, Grant: 5 Lakhs
  • Isolation and characterization of Adhatoda Vasica constituents for antimycobacterial activity against mycobacterium tuberculosis in vitro and ex vivo within human macropahges. Funding Authority: Department of Science and Technology (DST) , Grant: 23.3 Lakhs

Conferences and Workshop: Two National Conference and a workshop has been organised by Department:

  • “Understanding Mechanisms and Challenges of Complex Diseases” (UMCCD) -1 (2014)
  • “Understanding Mechanisms and Challenges of Complex Diseases” (UMCCD) – 2 (2016)
  • Two day National workshop on “Drug Discovery Technology-Computational Approaches in Drug Discovery & Design” (2017)

The Department of Bio-Medical Science has been sanctioned a Department of Science and Technology (DST) funded project entitled “Isolation and characterization of Adhatoda Vasica constituents for antimycobacterial activity against mycobacterium tuberculosis in vitro and ex vivo within human macropahges”