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Department of Botany

Research

Number of M. Phil. Awarded/Submitted :: 07

Number of Ph.D. Awarded/Submitted :: 03

Ph.D. Scholars

S.No Name Research Topic Supervisor Co-Supervisor Date of Reg.
1.  Mr. Ishfaq Ahmad Wani  Conservation Biology of two threatened medicinal plants of Kashmir Himalayas  Dr. Susheel Verma  N/A  N/A
2.  Mr. Farooq Ahmad Dar Ecological Assessment and Standardization of propagation protocols for mass multiplication of Box tree (Buxus wallichiana)in Rajouri – Poonch Himalaya, J&K, India   Dr. Shreekar Pant  N/A  N/A
3.  Mr.Sajid Khan  Study of Phenology and Reproductive biology of two economically important Himalayan plant spies, Dodonaea viscos and Olea ferruginea vis-à-vis climate change  Dr. Susheel Verma  N/A  N/A
4  Mr. Adil Farooq Ethnobotanical Survey of District Poonch with special reference to Gujjar and Bakerwal tribes   Dr. Shreekar Pant  N/A  N/A
5  Mr. Zishan Ahmad Wani  Assessment of diversity, community characteristics and status of threatened plants of Gulmarg wildlife sanctuary (GWLS), Kashmir Himalaya  Dr. Shreekar Pant  N/A  N/A
6  Ms. Priyanka Kumari Genetics of sexuality in Valeriana wallichii, a threatened medicinal plant   Dr. Susheel Verma  N/A  N/A
7  Mr. Aijaz Ahmed  Study of Riparian Flora of Rajouri- Poonch Region of J&K  Dr. Mamta Bhat  N/A  N/A

 

M.Phil Scholars

 

S.No Name Research Topic Supervisor Co-Supervisor Date of Reg.
1 Ms. Preeti Sharma

Anti microbial activities of foliose lichens of Tehsil Sunderbani of Rajouri District (J&K)

Dr. Mamta Bhat N/A N/A


 Research Scholars Working In Different Projects

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Designation

Project Title

Mr. Sajid Khan

Junior Research Fellow

Impact of climate change on phenology and reproductive biology of two economically important Himalayan plant species, Dodonaea viscosa

Ms. Nahila Anjum

Junior Research Fellow

N/A