World Championship - 2018 in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)

Guyana Wins World Championship-2018 Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari is World Champion in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters) out of 82 countries





World Champion Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari


is


The Pride of Guyana




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World Champion Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari 


is international asset for Guyana


in 

Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)


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World Champion Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari




CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

 

 

1.

Name

:

DR.  Brij Bhushan Tewari

 

 

 

Professor , FRCS (London)

 

2.

Date of Birth

:

July 15, 1959

 

 

 

 

3.

Present Address

:

Professor Brij B. Tewari

Department of Chemistry

University of Guyana

P.O. Box:  101110.

Georgetown, Guyana




 

 

 

 

 

4.

Nationality

:

Indian

 

 

 

 

 

5.

Educational Qualifications

:

 


 

Examination Passed

 

Board/University

 

Year

 

Subject

 

High School

 

Uttar Pradesh Board,

Allahabad, India

 

1975

 

Hindi, English, Maths, Science, Biology.

 

 

 

 

Intermediate

-do-

1977

Hindi, English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology.

 

 

 

 

Bachelor of Science

(B. Sc.)

 Central University Allahabad, India

1979

Chemistry, Botany, Zoology.

 

 

 

 

Master of Science

(M. Sc.)

-do-

1981

Chemistry

 

 

 

 

Doctor of Philosophy (D. Phil)

-do-

1985

Sciences (Chemistry)

Certificate “A”

Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India

1997

Russian Language

6.                  Post held (Starting from the present)


(a)Academic:

 

S. No.

 

Name of Post Held

 

Name of Employer

 

Date of Joining

 

Date of Leaving

1.

 

 

 

2

 

Visiting Professor

 

 

 

Visiting Professor

Dept. Chem. & Biochem.

University of California

Santa Barbara, USA

 

Chemistry Department

Saskatchewan University

March 26, 2014

 

 

 

March 06, 2013

April 26, 2014

 

 

 

April 05, 2013

 

 

Canada

 

 

 

3

Visiting Professor

Chemistry Department

McGill University,

Canada

 

June 09, 2011

Aug 31, 2011

4

Visiting Professor

Florida Institute of Technology,

United States of America

 

Sept. 01, 2005

Aug. 31, 2006

5

Professor

Chemistry Department University of Guyana

 

Sept 01, 2004

Present

6

Reader

Chemistry Department

University of Guyana

 

Sept 01, 2002

Aug 31, 2004

7

Visiting Scholar

Chemistry Department

University South Dakota,

Jun 03, 2002

Aug 31, 2002

 

 

United States of America

 

 

 

8

Reader

Chemistry Department University of Guyana

 

Mar 31, 1999

Jun  02, 2002

9

Post Doctoral Fellow

Institute National Research Agronomy, Montpellier, France

Aug. 13, 1998

Mar 30, 1999

10

Post Doctoral Fellow

Chemistry Department

Hebei University - China

 

Dec 16, 1997

Aug 26, 1998

11

Research Associate CSIR, Govt. of India)

Indian Institute of

Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India

Aug 01, 1992

July 31, 1997

12

 

 

13

Lecturer in Chemistry

 

Research Associate DST, Govt. of India)

Chemistry Department

University of Meerut, India

 

Indian Institute of

Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India

 

Nov. 29, 1990

 

 

Dec 08, 1989

May 05, 1992

 

 

Mar 31, 1990

14

Post Doctoral Fellow

Chemistry Department

Central University, Allahabad, India

Jan 01, 1986

Dec 07, 1989

 



(b) Administrative:


1.CHAIRMAN, Department of Chemistry, University of Guyana,       Georgetown, Guyana, Since June 01, 2003 to August 31, 2005. 

2. DEAN, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, since     

     September 01, 2007 to August 31, 2010.


7. Courses Studied at Post Graduate Level:


M. Sc. Part I (Previous) : Chemistry (Inorganic, Organic, Physical and Analytical)

M. Sc. Part II (Final) : Chemistry (Physical)



8. Field of Research at M. Sc. Degree Level:


“Chemical Kinetic Studies on Some Complexation Reactions”



9. Field of Research at D. Phil Degree Level:


Inorganic Chemistry (Coordination Chemistry)

Thesis Title:  “Electrophoretic Studies on Metal Complexes”



10. Publications:


(a) No. of Papers Published      :         126

(b) No. of Papers under Publications       :           02




(c) No. of Seminars, Symposium, Workshop and 

Conference (participated/paper presented/ abstract published) 

(1998 onward) : 139

(d)  Co-author of Book “Innovations in Nanotechnology“(2010). 

(e) Book on “Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life” Volume 1  (under    write-up) 


11. Broad Area of Research Done:


(i) Coordination Chemistry

(ii) Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life/ Astrobiology/Cosmology

(iii) Surface Science 

(iv) Chemical Kinetics

(v) Photochemistry

(vi) Synthetic Chemistry ( Inorganic , Organic and Organometallic )

(vii) Laser Chemistry

(viii) Agricultural Chemistry

(ix) Electrochemistry and Electrosynthesis

(x) Innovative   Technologies in Water and Wastewater Treatment

(xi) Molecular Catalysis

(xii) Nanotechnology

(xiii) Synthesis and Industrial Applications of Mixed Metal Oxides

(xiv) Molecular Spectroscopy

(xv) Microbiology , Human and Plant Pathogens






12. Fellowship Awarded:


(i) Visiting Professorship awarded by University of California Santa Barbara USA (2014)


(ii) Visiting Professorship awarded by University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, CANADA (2013).



(iii) Visiting Professorship awarded by McGill University, Montreal, Canada   (2011).


(iv) Visiting Fellowship, Awarded by Florida Institute of Technology, USA from Petroleum Research Fund a Donor of American Chemical Society (2005).

(v) Visiting Scholarship, Awarded by University of South Dakota, United States of America (2002).

(vi) Postdoctoral Fellowship, Awarded by Ministry of Agriculture, Government of France (1998).

(vii) Postdoctoral Fellowship, Awarded by Department of Science and Technology, Hebei Province, Government of P.R. China (1997).

(viii) Research Associateship (higher slab), Awarded by Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), Government of India (1992).

(ix) Research Associateship, Awarded by Department of Science and Technology (DST), Ministry of Science and Technology, Government of India (1989).


13.    Research Project work completed:


(i) Role of Metal Ions in the Origin of Life (2000).

(ii) Chemical Evolution and Primeval Seas (2001).

(iii) Cyanide Ion as Precursor to Early Life (2002).

(iv) The Chemical Aspects of the Origin of Life (2002).

(v) Experimental Approach to Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life (2002).

(vi) Chemical Evolution and Prebiotic Minerals (2002).  

(vii) Studies on the Interaction of Antifungals with Metal Ferrocyanides and their Medicinal Values (2003).

(viii) Chemical Evolution and Clay Minerals (2003).

(ix) Experimental Approach to Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life (2003).

(x) Studies on the Role of Clays as Condensing Agent in Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life (2003).

(xi) Studies on the Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Possible Prebiotic Minerals (2004).

(xii) Studies on the Interaction of Natural Antifungus with Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes and their Medical Applications (2004).

(xiii) Studies on Lewis Acids Catalyzed Oxidative Coupling of 2-Naphthol, 2-Naphthylamine and 2-Naphthalenethiol in Solid State Using Atmospheric Oxygen as Oxidant (2004). 

(xiv) Phytochemical Investigation of Lippia Alba (2004).

(xv) Effect of pH on Sugar Cane Colourant Development (2004).

(xvi) Chemical Evolution and Anoxygenic Atmosphere (2005).

(xvii) Studies on Epoxidation of Carotenoids, Identification, Characterization and Medical Application of their Product (2005).

(xviii) Removal of Toxic Contaminants from Local Industrial Waste through the Interaction with Sugar Cane Bagasse (2005).

(xix) Removal of Phenolic Contaminants from Aqueous Solution through Interaction  with Metal Hexacyanoferrate(II) Complexes and its Relevance to Environmental and Agricultural Issues (2005).

(xx) The Possible Role of Metal Hexacyanoferrate(II) Complexes in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life ( 2005).

(xxi) Studies on Synthesis, Characterization and Properties of Mixed Transition Metal Oxides (2007).

(xxii) Studies on Interaction of Amino Acids with Clays and their Relevance to Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life (2007). 

(xxiii) Innovative Ferrate (VI) Technology in Water and Wastewater Treatment (2008).

(xxiv) Studies on Oxidation and Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Possible Prebiotic Minerals (2008).

(xxv) Studies on Interaction of Nucleic Acid Bases with Metal Ferrocyanides and their Relevance to Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life (2008).

(xxvi) Removal of Phenolic Contaminants from Water and Wastewater with Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes and their Relevance to Agricultural and Environmental Issues (2010).

(xxvii) Removal of Toxic Metal Ions from Water and Wastewater using Black and Green used Tea Leaves and their Relevance to Environmental Issues (2010).

(xxviii) Novel Ferrate(VI) Technology in Water and Wastewater Treatment (2009).

(xxix) Removal of Toxic Metal Ions from Water and Waste water Using Used Cherry Seeds ( Malpighiae marginata) and their Relevance to Environmental Issues (2011) .

(xxx) Studies on Interaction of Aromatic amines with possible prebiotic Mineral (2011).

(xxxi) Advanced Ferrate (VI) Technology in Water and Wastewater Treatment (2011).

(xxxii) Removal of toxic metal ions from water using used mango nutshell ( Magniferra Indica ) charcoal and its relevance to environmental issues (2012).

(xxxiii) Interaction of nucleic acid bases with metal ferrocyanides and its implication in chemical evolution and origin of life (2013)

(xxxiv) Removal of Phenolic contaminants from the soil and aquatic environment through interaction with metal hexacyanoferrate (ii) complexes and their relevance to environmental issue( 2014).

(xxxv) The determination and removal of phosphorus and chlorides in surface and ground waters from three counties in Guyana (2014).

(xxxvi) Interaction of thymine and uracil with some transition metal ferrocyanides and its implications in chemical evolution and origin of life (2014).

(xxxvii) Role of Transition metal oxides in chemical evolution and the origins of 

             Life(2015).

(xxxviii)Determination and removal of cyanide, phosphate and molybdate from

              ground and surface water in Guyana (2016).

(xxxix)  Adsorptive interaction of natural antifungal with metal hexacyanoferrate

            (II) complexes and its medical applications (2017).




14. Research Project Under Progress


(i) Innovative Ferrate (VI) Technology in Water and Wastewater Treatment (2018).

(ii) Interaction of Toxic Phenols with Cost Effective Sorbent Materials and their Relevance to Agriculture, Food Security and Environmental Issues (2018).

(iii) Determination and Removal of Cyanide, Phosphate and Molybdate from the   Ground and Surface Water at three counties in Guyana (2018). 


(iv) Removal of Heavy Metal Ions from Water and Wastewater through Adsorption   on Low Cost Guyanese Biomaterials and their Relevance to Environmental Issues (2018).



(v) Phytochemical , Fungal and Microbial Properties of Selected Guyana Flora (2018).


15. Collaborative Research Projects


(i) Nanotechnology Research Project.

(ii) New Boost for Guyana Vegetable Oil Industry: A Rice Bran Oil Project.

(iii) “Synthetically engineered materials for the sorptive removal of toxic contaminants from industrial effluent and ground water sites in Canada and Guyana”  Funded by Government of Canada in collaboration with University of Saskatchewan, Canada –Latin America and the Caribbean research exchange grant program ( LACREG) 2012-2013. 



16. Research Project Report Submitted:


(i) Chemical Kinetic Studies on Some Complexation Reactions (1981).

Allahabad University, India.

(ii) Electrophoretic Studies on Metal Complexes (1985). Allahabad 

University, India.

(iii) Ionophoretic Studies on Zinc (II) and Cadmium (II) Mixed Complexes with Sulphur Containing Amino Acids (1989).Allahabad University, India.

(iv) Metal Ferrocyanides as Photosensitizer in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life (1997).Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, India.

(v) New Methods for Synthesis of 1,1 – Bi -2-Naphthols as well as Related Compounds and Studies on Related Reactions (1998). Hebei University ,

Bouding  City, P.R. China.

(vi) Effects of Root Exudates on the Mobilization of Metals in the Rhizosphere (1999).Institute National Research Agronomy, Montpellier, France.

(vii) Studies on Measuring Resonance Enhanced Multiphoton Ionization Spectra of Gas Phase Lanthanide Compounds (2002).University of   South Dakota, United States of America, ( copy submitted to University of Guyana Library).

(viii) Investigation in Low Temperature Routes to Aluminum and Gallium Oxide and Nitride Materials (2006). Florida Institute of Technology, Florida, USA, (Copy submitted to University of Guyana Library). 

(ix) Spectroscopic Studies on Palladium (II) Complexes with Xanthine and its derivatives (Caffeine, Theobromine and Theophylline ) (2011) . McGill University, Montreal, Canada, (copy loaded to University of Guyana Library).

(x) Phytochemical, Microbial, Fungal and Oxidant Properties of Floral Extract of Guyana ( 2013).( Copy loaded to University of Guyana Library).

(xi) Phytochemical, Microbial, Fungal and Oxidant Properties of Syzygium Cumini : Floral Extract of Guyana 2014 .( Copy loaded to University of Guyans Library).

(xii) Potential Utility of Triarylimidazole, Electron Transfer Mediator toward the Disassembly in Lignin (2014). International Council of Material Research, University of California , Santa Barbara, USA.

(xiii) Fungal , Microbial , Oxidant and Phytochemical Studies of Ricinus Cummunis Extract :  A Guyana Flora (2016). (Copy loaded to University of Guyana Library).

 

17. Membership of Professional Society:


(i) Fellow ,Indian Chemical Society

(ii) Vice-Chairperson, Caribbean Academy of Sciences (2000-2013)

(iii) Member, American Chemical Society

(iv) Member, Caribbean Academy of Sciences 

(v) Member, Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC)

(vi) Member, International Society for the Study on the Origins of Life (ISSOL).

(vii) Fellow, Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC, London))


18. Member of Editorial Board/Referee


(i)     Asian Journal of Chemistry

(ii)    Journal of Chromatography A  

(xiv)   Review Editor, Frontiers in Chemistry  

(xv)  Journal of Colloid and Interface Science 

(xvi)  Reviewer for several articles ( not been recorded).

19. Member of Board/Committee at the University of Guyana:

(i) Faculty Representative for Faculty of Social Sciences Board (March, 1999 – May, 2002). 

(ii) Member of Faculty of Natural Sciences Board (March 31, 1999 – Present).

(iii) Member of Chemistry Department Board (March 31, 1999 – present). 

(iv) Member of Faculty Coordinating Committee (June 01, 2003 – Present). 

(v) Member of University Academic Board (June 01, 2003 – July 31, 2005). 

(vi) Member of University Library committee (Sept 01, 2004 – August 31, 2005) 

(vii) Member of Occupational Safety and Health Committee of Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS) (October 2004 –2010)

(viii) Chairman, Faculty of Natural Sciences Coordinating Committee Board (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31,2010)

(ix) Chairman, Faculty of Natural Sciences Board, (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31, 2010)

(x) Member Committee of Deans (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31,2010)

(xi) Member of Estimate Committee (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31,2010)

(xii) Member of  Board of Graduate Studies (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31,2010)

(xiii) Member of Academy Policy & Planning Committee (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31,2010)

(xiv) Member of University of Guyana Entrance Examination Committee (August 01, 2007 to 2011).

(xv) Member of Several Committees and Sub-committees of University and Vice-Chancellor (Aug. 01, 2007 – July 31, 2010).

(xvi) Member of west disposal committee (2017-   ).



20.   Member / Chairman of Organizing Committee:


(i) Member, of the Organizing Committee of Annual General Meeting and Conference of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences held in June (2001) in Georgetown, Guyana

(ii) Chairperson, of the Organizing Committee of “Sustainable development: Science education, research, innovation and enterprise” held in Georgetown, Guyana on August 12-14 (2013).

(iii) Chairman, Faculty Development Plan Committee from August 31, 2007 to July 31 (2010).

(iv) Chairman, of the Committee met with His Excellency President Cooperative Republic of Guyana for resuscitation of National Science Research Council and Role of Natural Sciences in National Development (2008).

(v) Member, of the committee for collaboration between Ministry of Education and University of Guyana to improve Science Education in Guyana (2007-2010).

(vi) Chairman, of the committee to prepare/develop M. Phil and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree program at University of Guyana (September 2013).

(vii) Chairman, of the committee to prepare/develop Online Distance Education program at University of Guyana (September 2013).


21.  Invitations / Offers / Others:


(i) Was offered Visiting Professorship position from University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA.

(ii) Was received several invitations / offers from various countries (Japan, Uganda, etc.) but have not been recorded.

(iii) Biographical record has been published in Who’s Who in the World (24th edition) (2007) USA.

(iv) Named as International Scientist of the Year (2007) International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, England.

(v) Invited for the participation in 50th Anniversary of the Space Age, March (2007) in Paris.

(vi) Invited to attend European Planetary Science Congress, 2008, at Muenster , Germany , Sept. 21- 26 ( 2008).

(vii) Invited to attend the symposium on the International Space Station, held at UNESCO Head  Quarter , Paris , France, July 9-10 (2008).

(viii) Others (not recorded).



22.  International Recognition:


      My research papers have been demanded by:

(i) Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1994)

(ii) Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India (1995)

(iii) Northwest Pacific Laboratory, Washington, USA (1996)

(iv) Aligarh Muslim University, India (1997)

(v) Institute National Research Agronomy, France (1998)

(vi) Centro de Investigacion, Valencia, Spain (2006)

(vii) Kashmir University, Kashmir, India (2007).

(viii) R. D. University, Jabalpur, India (2007).

(ix) Have got reprints demands from several Universities/Research Institutes of various countries (Japan, Canada, India, Italy, Spain, France, USA, Switzerland, Chile, South Africa, Peru, etc.) but have not been recorded.

(x) Others (not recorded).



23.  Knowledge of Languages:


(i) Indian :  Hindi, English

(ii) Foreign :  Russian, Chinese, French, Spanish


24.  Games / Sports / Extra Curricular Activities:

Participated in games like Hockey, Cricket and Football as extra curricular activities at school, College and University levels.


Date:


Place: Georgetown (B. B. Tewari)




LIST OF PUBLICATIONS


(Professor Brij B. Tewari)


1. S. Singh, D. Gupta, A. K. Singh, B. B. Tewari, V. Kumar and K. L. Yadava, Determination of the dissociation constants of amino acids by an electrophoretic method, Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr., 123 (1986) 218.


2. B. B. Tewari , S. Singh, R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Electrophoretic studies on mixed complexes (M-nitrilotriacetate – methylcysteine system), Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr., 127 (1990) 507.


3. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Electrophoretic studies on binary complexes with cysteine (M-cysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 39-2 (1990) 100.


4. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, Kamaluddin and K. L. Yadava, Ionophoretic studies on chelating tendency of sulphur containing amino acids (M-methyl cysteine-penicillamine system), Transactions of  SAEST, 25-4 (1990) 124.


5. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Ionophoretic studies on mixed complexes, (M – nitrilotriacetate – penicillamine system), Journal of Chromatography A ,   542 (1991) 537.


6. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Studies on binary complexes of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) by electrophoretic method, (M – penicillamine system), Bull. Soc. Chim. Fr., 128 (1991) 141.


7. B. B. Tewari, R. K. P. Singh, V. Kumar and K. L. Yadava, Studies on chelating tendency of sulphur containing amino acids by electrophoretic method, Journal of  Chromatography A , 547 (1991) 554.


8. B. B. Tewari , A. K. Singh, V. Kumar and K. L. Yadava, Ionophoretic technique in the determination of stability constant of mixed complex, (M-nitrilotriacetate - methionine system), Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., India, 61-IA (1991) 13.


9. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, S. R. Tripathi and K. L. Yadava, Electrophoretic studies on binary complexes, (M-methionine system), Transactions of  SAEST, 26 (1991) 189.


10. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, R. Chander and K. L. Yadava, Electrophoretic technique in determination of stability constants of mixed complexes, (M-nitrilotriacetate – cysteine system), Jour. Chem. Soc. Pak., 13-4 (1991) 244.


11. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, S. R. Tripathi and K. L. Yadava, Determination of stability constants of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) binary complexes by ionophoretic method, (M – cysteine system), Transactions of  SAEST, 27-1 (1992) 31.


12. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Mixed ligand complexes of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) with methylcysteine and cysteine an electrophoreitc method, (M – methylcysteine – cysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc., 41-3 (1992) 199.


13. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, R. Chander and K. L. Yadava, Ionophoretic studies on determination of stability constant of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) mixed complexes, (M – methionine – penicillamine system), Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci., India, 62-III A (1992) 521.


14. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Mixed ligand complexes of mercury(II), beryllium(II) and nickel(II) with methionine and cysteine an electrophoretic method, (M – methionine – cysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc. 41 –3 (1992) 203.


15. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Electrophoretic studies on determination of stability constants of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) mixed complexes (M – methionine – cysteine system), Asian J. Chem., 5-1 (1993)6. 


16. S. K. Srivastava, V. K. Gupta, B. B. Tewari and Imran Ali, Determination of stability constants of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) mixed complexes by ionophoretic method, (M – nitrilotriacetate – penicillamine system), Journal of  Chromatography A ,  635 (1993) 171.


17. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh, R. Chander and K. L. Yadava, Determination of stability constants of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) mixed complexes by electrophoretic method, (M – nitrilotriacetate – methionine system), J. Nat. Sci. Council . Sri Lanka, 21-1 (1993) 73.


18. B. B. Tewari , Dinesh Mohan, Kamaluddin and S. K. Srivastava, Studies on mixed complexes of sulphur containing amino acids by ionophoretic method, (M – methionine – penicillamine system), Asian J. Chem. 6-1 (1993) 1.

19. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Studies on mixed complexes of zinc(II) and cadmium(II) by ionophoretic method, (M – methylcysteine – cysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc., 42-1 (1993) 52.


20. B. B. Tewari , R. K. P. Singh and K. L. Yadava, Ionophoretic technique in the study of binary complexes, (M – methylcysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 42-1 (1993) 49.


21. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic studies on binary complexes of iron (III) and chromium(III) metal ions with methylcysteine, (M – methylcysteine system), Transactions of  SAEST, 29 (1994) 18.


22. Brij Bhushan Tewari , A. P. Nautiyal, Kamaluddin and S. K. Srivastava, Studies on biologically important iron(III) and chromium(III) binary complexes with cysteine, (M – cysteine system), Zh. Neorg. Khimi., 39 (1994) 1170.


23. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoretic studies on iron(III) and chromium(III) complexes with penicillamine, (M – penicillamine system), J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 23 (1994) 111.


24. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoretic studies on aluminium(III) and thorium(IV) complexes with cysteine, (M – cysteine system), J. Electrochem. Soc. 43 (1994) 115.


25. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophesis in the study of binary complexes in solution, (M – penicillamine system), Transactions of SAEST, 30-2 (1995) 76.


26. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic technique for the determination of stability constants of metal – nitrilotriacetate – methionine mixed complexes, Journal of  Chromatography A ,   718 (1995) 454.


27. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Kamaluddin and S. K. Srivastava, Studies on aluminium(III) and thorium(IV) – nitrilotriacetate – methylcysteine mixed complexes, Zh. Neorg. Khimii., 40-3 (1995) 476.


28. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic studies of lead(II) and uranyl(II) binary complexes with sulphur containing organic ligands, (M – cysteine and M – methionine binary systems), Transactions of SAEST, 30-3 (1995) 100.


29. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Binary complexes of some bivalent metal ions copper(II), cobalt(II), lead(II) and uranyl(II) with sulphur containing ligands (cysteine, penicillamine, methylcysteine and methionine) by paper electrophoretic method, J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 44-2 (1995) 141.


30. Brij Bhushan Tewari , D. Mohan, Kamaluddin and S. K. Srivastava, Determination of specific surface area of copper, zinc, stannous and molybdenum ferrocyanides by dye adsorption, Indian J. of Chem. Technology, 2 (1995) 113.


31. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Kamaluddin and S. K. Srivastava, Ionophoretic technique in study of biologically important aluminium(III) and thorium(IV) complexes with penicillamine, J. Ind. Chem. Soc. 73 (1996) 75.


32. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic amino acid studies on metal ligand interaction, (M – methionine sytem), J. Ind. Chem. Soc., 73 (1996) 349.


33. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic determination of stability constants of chromium(III) and thorium(IV) – nitrilotriacetate – cysteine mixed complexes, Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry, 16-1 (1996) 91.


34. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoresis in the study of mixed ligand complexes in solution, The system iron(III) and chromium (III) – methyl cysteine – penicillamine, Biomedical Chromatography (Review), Japan ,  10 (1996 ) 221.


35. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Mixed ligand complexes of iron(III) and chromium (III) ions with nitrilotriacetate and cysteine – paper electrophoretic method, J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 45-3 (1996).


36. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Binary complexes of aluminium (III) and thorium (IV) ions with methylcysteine – paper electrophoretic method, J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 45-3 (1996).


37. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Kamaluddin, S. K. Srivastava, Mixed ligand complexes of aluminium(III) and thorium(IV) ions with methionine and penicillamine – paper electrophoretic method, J. Electrochem. Soc., 45-3 (1996).


38. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,  Electrophoretic studies on mixed complexes, (metal – methionine – penicillamine system), Journal of Chromatography A ,  793 (1998) 220.


39. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Kamaluddin, Interaction of o – aminophenol and o – nitrophenol with copper, zinc, molybdenum and chromium ferrocyanides, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, Academic Press, Inc. 192 (1997)167.


40. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Kamaluddin, Interaction of 2,4 – dinitrophenol and 2, 4, 6 – trinitrophenol on copper, zinc, molybdenum and chromium ferrocyanides, Colloids and Surfaces, Elsevier, Oxford, 131 (1997) 89.


41. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Metal – nitrilotriaceate – penicillamine ternary complexes, ionophoretic studies, J. Electrochem. Soc. India, 46-2 (1997) 105.


42. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoretic studies on metal complexes of methylcysteine, J. Ind. Chem. Soc., 75 (1998) 91.


43. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,  Studies of Mn (II) complexes with sulphur containing ligands by paper electrophoretic technique, J. Electrochem. Soc.  India , 47-1 (1998) 81.


44. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on stability constants of aluminum (III) and thorium (IV) complexes with methionine, J. Ind. Chem. Soc., 75 (1998) 256.


45. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Electrophoretic studies on biologically important mixed complexes (metal (III) – nitrilotriacetate – methionine system), Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 39-12 (1994) 1950.


46. Tong-Shuang Li, Zhan-Hui Zhang, Feng Yang, Hui-Yun duan, Bao-Zhi Li and Brij Bhushan Tewari , A facile procedure for the oxidative coupling of 2-naphthol and 2-naphthalenethiol in solid state, Chinese Chemical Letters, Springer – Verlag, Singapore, 9-7 (1998) 603.


47. Tong-Shuang Li, Hui-Yun duan, Bao-Zhi Li, Brij Bhushan Tewari and Sheng-Hui Li, Novel oxidative coupling of 2-naphthols to 1,1 – bi-2 naphthols catalyzed by solid Lewis acids using atmospheric oxygen as oxidant, Journal of Chemical Society, Perkin Transaction - I (1999) 291.


48. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,  Studies on specific surface area of different sieved fractions of nickel and cobalt ferrocyanides by dye adsorption,  Reviews in Analytical Chemistry, 19-6 (2000) 491.


49. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic studies on mixed metal – nitrilotriacetate – penicillamine complexes, Journal of Chromatography A, 910 (2001) 181.


50. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,  Electrophoretic technique in the study of metal ligand interaction (metal – methylcysteine – penicillamine system), Reviews Analytical Chemistry, 20-4 (2001) 303.


51. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper ionophoretic technique in the study of mixed complexes, Bulletin of Korean Chemical Society ,23 (5) (2002) 705.


52. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Electrophoretic studies on the chelating tendency of bioactive sulphur – containing amino acids, Journal of Chromatography A, 962 (2002) 233.


53. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Interaction of methylcysteine and nitrilotriacetate with transition metal ions, Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 29 (2003) 471.


54. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Ionophoretic studies on chelating tendancy of sulphur containing amino acids, Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry, 23 (4) (2003) 349.

55. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Determination of stability constants of iron (III) and chromium(III)-nitrilotriacetate-methylcysteine mixed complexes by electrophoretic technique, Bulletin of Chemical Society of Ethiopia,18(1) (2004) 1.

56. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on interaction of essential metal ions with bioactive ligands, Bulletin of Korean Chemical Society , 25(6) ( 2002) 809.


57. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on binary and ternary complexes of lead(II) and uranyl(II) with bioactive sulphur containing amino acids (methylcysteine & cysteine) , an paper electrophoretic technique, Main Group Metal Chemistry, 27(3) (2004) 145.


58. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Determination of stability constants of metal – methylcysteine and metal – methylcysteine – cysteine (binary and ternary) complexes by paper ionophoretic technique, Chroatica Chemica Acta,78 (2005) 49.


59. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,  Studies on interaction of lead(II) and uranyl(II) with methylcysteine and penicillamine bioactive sulphur containing ligands, Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry ,31 (5) (2005) 322.


60. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on the interaction of transition metal ions with some biologically active ligands, an ionophoretic method, Bulletin of Chemical Society of Ethiopia,19(1)  (2005) 117.


61. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on lead(II) and uranyl(II) mixed complexes with methionine and cysteine and the formation constants of these complexes, Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry , 50 ( 2005 ) 35.


62. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoretic determination of the stability constants of copper(II) and cobalt(II) with NTA and cysteine , Journal of Chromatography A , 1103 ( 2006 ) 139.


63. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Marc Boodhoo, Removal of  p – aminophenol and p – nitrophenol from aqueous solution through adsorption on antimony, cadmium and zirconium ferrocyanides, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science , 289 (2) (2005) 328.


64. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Determination of mixed stability constants of lead(II) /uranyl(II) – NTA – cysteine by paper electrophoresis, Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia , 19 (2) (2005) 257.


65. Brij Bhushan Tewari  and C.O. Thornton, Use of basic methylene blue dye for external specific surface area measurement of metal hexacyanoferrate(II) complexes, Sociedad Quimica del Peru, 76(4) (2010) 330. 


66. Brij Bhushan Tewari and M.V. Boodhoo, Studies in adsorption: measurement of external specific surface area of metal ferrocyanides by methylene blue dye adsorption, Main Group Metal Chemistry, 28 (1) (2005) 23. 


67. Brij Bhushan Tewari  Studies on dehydrogenation of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide hydrated (NADH) with methylene blue in the presence of copper hexacyanoferrate(II) complex and light, Central European Journal of Chemistry, 3(3)  (2005) 441.


68. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Nickel ferrocyanide photosensitized oxidation of diphenylamine, Revista de la Sociedad Quimica del Peru, 71(4) (2005) 273.


69. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Some aspects on the stability of metal(II) - methionine and metal(II) -  methionine – penicillamine (binary & mixed) complexes, An paper electrophoretic technique, Journal of the Chilean Chemical Society , 50(2) (2005) 513.


70. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on dehydrogenation of ascorbic acid with methylene blue in the presence of copper haxacyanoferrate(II) complex and light, Bulletin of the Chemists and Technologists of Macedonia , 24(2) (2005)109. 


71. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Determination of stability constants of   copper(II)/ cobalt(II) – methionine and copper(II)/ cobalt(II) – methionine –cysteine   (binary& mixed) complexes by paper electrophoretic technique, Polish Journal of Chemistry, 79 (2005) 1853.


72. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on mixed ligand complexes of copper(II) and cobalt(II) with bioactive sulphur containing amino acid (methylcysteine&  penicillamine) an paper electrophoretic technique, Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry,  25 (4) (2005) 349.


73. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Electrophoretic studies on the mixed complexes, the system metal(II) – nitrilotriacetate – pencillamine, Russian Journal of   Inorganic Chemistry , 51(3) (2005) 499.


74. Brij Bhushan Tewari & Shivanand Singh, Studies on medical applications of natural antifungals – metal hexacyanoferrate(II)  complexes, Revista de la Sociedad Quimica del Peru, 74(4) (2006) 197.


75. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Determination of stability constants of metal(II) – methionine and metal(II) – methionine – cysteine (binary & mixed) complexes, An paper ionophoretic technique, Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 52 (5) (2007) 812.


76. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Copper ferrocyanide photosensitized oxidatation of diphenylamine, Bolivian Journal of Chemistry (BJC), 22 (1) (2006) 39.


77. Brij Bhushan Tewari  & Naeem Hamid  , Interaction of glycine and beta – alanine with nickel, cobalt and cadmium ferrocyanides, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical  and Engineering Aspects, 296 (2007) 264.


78. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Determination of stability constants of metal(II) –methylcysteine and metal(II) – nitrilotriacetate- methylcysteine(binary & ternary ) complexes ,an paper  electrophoretic method, Russian J. Inorg. Chem.  54(1) (2009) 151; Zh. Neorg. Khimii 54(1) (2009) 151. 


79. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Sukesh Shekar , Longchuang Huang, Caralyn E. Gorell, Timothy P. Murphy, Kevin Warren, Nasri Nesnas and Rudolf J. Wehmschulte,  Aluminumoxyhydride :Improved synthesis and applications as selective reducing agent , Inorganic Chemistry (ACS) , 45 (2006) 8807.


80. Brij Bhushan Tewari & Rawl Webster, Life originates on primitive earth or on other planets in space is still a subject of controversy , Bolivian Journal of  Chemistry,  23(1) (2006) 77.


81. S. N. Singh, N. Ramchurjee, Brij B. Tewari, Studies in adsorption: Determination of specific surface area of lanthanum, mercury and molybdenum ferrocyanides by a cationic dye adsorption, Rev. Inorg. Chem 28(1) (2008) 77.


82. Brij Bhushan Tewari,  Electrophoretic studies on biologically important copper(II) , manganese (II) and uranyl(II) binary complexes with proline,Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine , Eds. (Ph. Collery , I. Maymard, T. Theophanides, L. Khassanova, T. Collery), John Libbey, Eurotext, Paris , 10 (2008 ) 511.


83. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on biologically significant copper(II) /Manganese (II) / uranyl ( II) - isoleucine binary complexes,  Journal of Mexican Chemical Society , 52(3) (2008) 222.


84. Brij Bhushan Tewari,  Removal of p-aminophenol and p-nitrophenol from Waste water through adsorption on bismuth lead and manganese ferrocyanides and their relevance to environmental issues, Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 88(9) ( 2014) 1564-1568.


85. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on biologically important copper(II)/ Manganese (II) /uranyl (II) – norvaline binary complexes, Macidonian Journal of Chemistry and Chemical  Engineering , 27(2) (2008) 157.


86. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electrophoretic studies on biologically important copper(II) , manganese(II) and uranyl (II) binary complexes, Bull Chem. Soc. Ethiop. 23(2) (2009)  291


87. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electrophoretic studies on medicinally important binary complexes( System-  copper(II) / manganese(II) / uranyl (II) – sarcosine ) , Bolivian Journal Chemistry , 25 (1) (2008) 4.


88  Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper electrophoretic technique in the study of   metal complexes, Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 54(7)(2009)1135;   Zh.  Neorg. Khimii, 54(7)  (2009) 1196.


89. Brij Bhushan Tewari & Sharlene Roberts , Studies on interaction of natural antifungal with metal ferrocyanides and their medical applications, Nature and Science , 7(3) ( 2009) 1.


90. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Complex formation of some divalent metal ions with oxygen donor ligands, Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, 26 (1) (2009) 30.


91. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on complexation in solution with a paper electrophoresis technique [The system copper (II) / cobalt (II) – methionine – penicillamine], J. Chemical and  Engineering Data (ACS), 55( 2009) 1779-1783.


92. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper electrophoresis technique in the study of biologically important binary complexes in solution (The system beryllium (II) and cobalt(II) – norvaline), J. Chilean Chemical  Society ,55(2) ( 2010) 163.


93. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper electrophoretic determination of stability constants of biologically significant binary complexes of beryllium(II) and cobalt(II)  with sarcosine, Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 56 (1)      ( 2011) 133 and  Zh. Neorg. Khimii 56(1) (2011) 1.


94.  Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper electrophoretic technique in the study beryllium(II) / cobalt(II)- proline  binary complexes in solution, Sociedad

Quimica del Peru, 76(3) (2010) 293.


95. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of α- aminobutenoic acid with divalent beryllium(II) and  cobalt(II) in chemical and biological system, Revista Boliviana De Quimica , 27(I) (2010) 7.


96. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper ionophoretic technique in the study of biologically important beryllium(II) /cobalt(II) – homoserine binary complexes in solution, Maced. J. Chem. Chem. Eng. , 29(2) (2010) 141.


97. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of hydroxyproline with bivalent metal ions in chemical and biological systems, S.Afr. J. Chem. 63 (2010) 162.


98. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on mercury(II), nickel(II) and lead(II) biologically important binary complexes with α- aminobutyric acid in solution, Sociedad Quimica del Peru 77( 2) (2011) 144- 151.


99. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper ionophoresis technique in the study of biologically important binary complexes in solution (The system beryllium (II) / cobalt (II) – isoleucine, Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 88(4) (2014) 597-601.


100. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on biologically important nickel(II), lead(II)   

and mercury (II) binary complexes with homoserine in solution , Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, John Libbey Eurotext, Paris , 11(2011) 231-235.


101. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Studies on mercury(II) , nickel(II) and lead(II) biologically important binary complexes with norvaline in solution.   Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, 28(1) (2011) 14-21.


102. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on complexation in solution with paper ionophoretic technique [ The system mercury(II) / nickel(II) / lead(II) –hydroxyproline ] , Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, 28(1) (2011) 6-13 .


103. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on complexation in solution with paper electrophoretic  technique [ The system mercury(II) / nickel(II) / lead(II) –sarcosine, Journal of Chilean Chemical Society, 56(4)(2011) 827-830.


104. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on biologically significant mercury(II),nickel (II) and lead (II) – isoleucine  binary complexes in solution, Nature and Science 10(1) (2012)45-52. 


105. Brij B. Tewari, Guillaume Beaulieu-Houle, Aaron Larsen , Rosine Kengne-   Momo, Karene Auclair and Ian S. Butler, An overview of molecular spectroscopy studies on theobromine and related alkanoilds. Applied Spectroscopy Reviews, 47 (2012) 163-179.


106. Brij B. Tewari and Rawl Webster Studies in adsorption: Determination of specific surface area of aluminum . stannous and vanadium  ferrocyanides  by a cationic organic dye adsorption. Nature and Science, 10(4) (2012) 17-21.


107. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on biologically significant mercury(II), nickel(II) and lead(II) binary complexes with alpha-aminobutenoic acid in solution,    Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, 30(1)(2013) 5- 12.


108. Brij B. Tewari and Adonica Henry-Chase, Use of ferrate (VI) a green chemical for the environmental remediation, Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 30(1) (2013) 13-23.


109. Brij B. Tewari, Paper electrophoretic technique studies of mercury (II) ,nickel (II) and lead (II) biologically significant binary complexes with proline in solution. Malaysian J. Chem. 15(1) (2013) 077-084.


110. Brij B. Tewari, Critical Reviews: Spectroscopic studies on palladium (II) –complexes with xanthine and its derivatives at normal and high external pressure, Bolivian Journal of Chemistry, 30(2) (2013) 122-130.


111. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on binary complexes of zinc(II) , cadmium(II) and iron(II) with norvaline in solutiuon, Bolivian Journal of Chemistry , 30(2)      ( 2013) 153-155.


112. Brij B. Tewari, S. Gomathinayagam, R. Gomathinayagam , Antimicrobial properties of carica papaya(papaya) different leaf extract against E. coli, S. aureus and C. albicans,  American J. of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics  (AJPP) 1(1) ( 2014) 025-039.


113. S. Gomathinayagam, Brij B. Tewari, R. Gomathinayagam, Studies  of antimicrobial properties of different leaf extract of tulsi (ocimum tenuiflorum)  against human pathogens , American International Journal of Contemporary Research 4(8) (2014) 149-157.


114. Brij B. Tewari, S. Gomathinayagam, A critical review on ocimum tenuflorum , carica papaya and syzygium cumini: The medicinal flora of Guyana, Bolivian J. Chem. 31(2) ( 2014) 28-41.


115. Brij B. Tewari, Studies on biologically important cadmium (ii) / iron (ii) /zinc (ii)- homoserine binary complexes in solution, Bolivian J. Chem. 31(2) (2014) 47-53.


116. Brij B. Tewari, Ashish K. Tiwari,  Interaction of isoleucine with metal ions  in chemical and biological systems , Rivista Boliviana De Quimica, 32(1)  (2015) 1-7.


117. Brij B. Tewari, Clint O. Thoronton , Naeem Hamid , Ashish K. Tewari, Marc V. Boodhoo, Critical reviews on stability and photosensitizer potential of metal hexacyanoferrate ( II) complexes: A possible prebiotic mineral, Bol. J. Chem. 33(1) (2016) 7-19.

118. Savi Bhalkaran, Brij B. Tewari, Interaction of 2-aminophenol , 4-aminophenol 2-nitrophenol and 4-nitrophenol with manganese and nickel hexacyanoferrate(II) complexes, Rivista Boliviana De Quimica 33(5) (2016)  164-173.


119. G. Subramanian , Brij B. Tewari, G. Rekha, Phytochemicals , heavy metals and N.P.K.  analysis of crude leaf extract of Noni ( Morinda Citrifolia ), Asian Journal of Biochemical and Pharmceutical Research  7(1) (2016) 7-11.


120. Gomathinayagam , S., Brij B. Tewari, G. Rekha, Phytochemical , heavy metal and N.P.K. analysis of crude leaf extract of almond( Terminalia Cattapa L.)  International Journal of Applied and Pure Science and Agriculture, 3(2) (2017) 17-21.


121. Gomathinayagam , S., Brij B. Tewari, G. Rekha, Heavy metal and phytochemical  studies of crude leaf extract of Tamrind ( Tarmindus Indica) , Advances in Life Sciences , 7(1) ( 2017) 1-4.


122. Brij B. Tewari , G. Rekha , S. Gomathinayagam , Study of phytochemical and heavy metals in crude leaf extract in different solvents of castor ( Ricinus Communis) Asian Journal of Advances in Agriculture Research , 1(4), (2017 ) 1-6..


123. Brij Bhushan Tewari ,Interaction of 2,4-dinitrophenol (2,4-DNP) and 2,4,6- trinitrophenol ( 2,4,6-TNP) with metal hexacyanoferrate (II) complexes, Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology,  24(4) (2017)  1-9.


124. Gomathinayagam , S. , Brij B. Tewari, G. Rekha, Phytochemical studies of crude leaf extract of Tulsi( Ocimum Sanctum), International Research Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences , 5 (1) (2018) 129-135.


125. Rebecca Harris , Sharlene Roberts , Brij B. Tewari , Interaction of natural antifungals with metal hexacyanoferrates (II) and its medical applications, Current Journal of Applied Science and Technology,   26(6) (2018)  1-11, Article no. CJAST 40631.


126. Brij B. Tewari, D. Usmanali, Rawl W. Webster, I. Kadir , Ashish K. Tiwari, N. Ramchurjee, Critical reviews on stability and photosensitizer potential of  metal ferrocyanides : A possible prebiotic mineral : Part –III , Bolivian Journal of Chemistry   35(1) ( 2018) 15-30.


Book Chapters:   

1. Lee D. Wilson , Brij B. Tewari , Chitosan –Based adsorbents : Environmental  Applications for the removal of arsenicals, ( Ed. Abu Nasar , Chitosabn –      Adsorbents for Wastewater Treatment) Material Research Forum, Material  Research Foundations 34 ( 2018) 133-160.

 Books:

1. Innovations in Nanotechnology (2010)

2.      Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life,  Volume 1 (under write-up) 




LIST OF SEMINAR, SYMPOSIUM, WORKSHOP AND CONFERENCE

(Professor Brij B. Tewari)

(1998 ONWARD)


1. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Tong-Shuang Li, “A Facile Procedure for the Oxidative Coupling of 2- Naphthol and 2- Naphthalenethiol in Solid State ” 9th International Symposium on Novel Aromatic Compounds, ISNAC-9, Hong Kong, Peoples Republic of China, Aug. 02- 07 (1998).


2. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Tong-Shuang Li, “Novel Oxidative Coupling of 2-Naphthols to 1,1-bi-2 Naphthol, Catalysed by Solid Lewis Acids using Atmospheric Oxygen as Oxidant” 5th International Symposium for Chinese Organic Chemists, Tianjin, Peoples Republic of China, Aug. 20-23 (1998).


3. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Harve Quiquampoix and Siobhan Staunton, “Workshop on Biopolymer Science, Food and Non-Food Applications, Institute National Research Agronomy, Montpellier, Republic of France, Sept 28 – 30 (1998).


4. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Harve Quiquampoix and Siobhan Staunton, “Information in Chemistry and Chemical Patents” 10th International Chemical Information Conference for Exhibition, Nimes, Republic of France, Oct. 18 – 21 (1998).

                                                                                          (1999)


5. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Science in 21st Century – Implication for Guyana, Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Aug. 10 (1999).


6. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Effect of Momordica Charantia Fruit Juice on Experimental Diabetes and Complication, Caribbean Academy Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Sept. 10 (1999).


7. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electrophoretic Studies on Iron (III) and Chromium (III) – Nitrilotriacetate – Methylcysteine Mixed Complexes, Proceedings of 10th Annual General Meeting of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Paramaribo, Suriname, Oct. 07- 09th (1999).

(2000)


8. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Potential Impact of Climate Change on Caribbean, Economics and the Lives of Citizens, Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Park Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, March 17  (2000).


9. Brij Bhushan Tewari¸ Ionophoretic Studies on Aluminum (III) and Thorium (IV) – Methylcysteine – Penicillamine Mixed Complexes, Proceedings of  11th Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Havana, Cuba, April 21-24 (2000).


10. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Physics and Development in the Caribbean , Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, June 23 (2000).


11. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Role of Technology in the Economic Development of the Caribbean, Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Le Meridian Pegasus Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Aug. 17 (2000).


12. Brij Bhushan Tewari, First General Assembly of Cariscience,  Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Oct.  06 (2000).


13. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Evidence of Young Earth, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, Nov. 21 (2000).


14. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Potential Use of Selected Local Plants in the Treatment of Malaria, Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Nov. 24 (2000).


15. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Lecture on Jupiter and Saturn, Astronomical Society of Guyana, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, Dec. 01 (2000).

(2001)


16. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Clint O. Thornton, Role of Metal Ions in Chemical Evolution, Proceedings of 12th Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Georgetown, Guyana, June 09-13 (2001).


17. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of Methylcysteine and Nitrilotriacetate with Transition Metal Ions, Proceedings of 12th Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Georgetown, Guyana, June 09-13 (2001).


18. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Application of Environmental Management Systems and Strategic Planning in Industry, Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, June 15 (2001).


(2002)


19. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Towards a Living Battery: Phosphate Exchange and ATP Synthesis by Bovine Mitochondrial ATP Synthase, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, Feb. 06 (2002).


20. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Some Reflection on Natural Product Chemistry, Cariscience, Plaza Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Feb. 12 (2002).


21. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Food Irradiation: Is it Time? University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, March 26 (2002).


22. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Interaction of Some Bivalent Metal Ions with Bioactive Ligands, Proceedings of 13th Annual Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Kingston, Jamaica, June 01- 04 ( 2002).


23. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Naeem Hamid, Chemical Evolution and Primeval Seas, Proceedings of 13th Annual Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Kingston, Jamaica, June 01- 04 (2002).


24. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Energy Transfer between Tb3+ - Nd3+ Pairs in CsCdBr3 Crystals, University of South Dakota, United States of America, June 03  (2002).


25. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Resonence Electron Multiphoton Ionization of [Eu(thd)3], University of South Dakota, United States of America, June 07 (2002).


26. Brij Bhushan Tewari, A Brief Introduction to Emission and Exitation Spectra, University of South Dakota, United States of America, June 14  (2003).


27. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Thermolyzation between 3P1 and 3P0 of Praseodymium in CsCdBr3 and other Crystals with same Structure, University of South Dakota, United States of America, June 21  (2002).


28. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Photodynamics in Chemistry: Thermolyzation in La3+ Doped CsMX3, University of South Dakota, United States of America, June 28 (2002).


29. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life, University of South Dakota, Auditorium (Seminar Presented) on July 03 (2002).


30. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Stabilities of Exocyclic and Endocyclic Dienolates: Studies on the Enolization of  Δ9(10) – 1 – Decalenone, Churchill Hanies Laboratories, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 16 (2002).


31. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Photoionization of Eu3+  -  Eu3+ , Cross Relaxation in CsMgCl3, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 19 (2002).


32. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Biological Application of Photo-chemically Active Naphthalimides, South Dakota State University, United States of America, July 25( 2002).


33. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Magneto-kinetic Effects in Redox Reactions of Transition Metal Compounds: Mechanistic Implication, University of South Dakot , United States of America, July 25 (2002).


34. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electron Transfer on the Vibrational Time Scale, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 25 (2002).


35. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Exploring the OH + CO Reaction Coordinate via IR Spectroscopy of the OH – CO Reaction Complex, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 25  (2002).


36. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Photodynamics of Strong Acid Sensor Molecules, Churchill  Hanies Laboratories, University of South Dakota , United States of America, July 25  (2002).


37. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Breadth and Depth of Research at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Washington, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26  (2002).


38. Brij Bhushan Tewari, REMPI Mass Spectrometry of [Eu(thd)3], Churchill Hanies Laboratories, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26  (2002).


39. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Kinetics of Thermolization between 3P1 and 3P0 States of Pr3+ in CsMX3, Student Centre, University of South Dakota , United States of America, July 26 ( 2002).


40. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electrolysis of Amino Acids on Diamond Thin Film Electrode, Student Centre, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26  (2002).


41. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Use of Chromium Polyamines as Luminescence Sensor, Student Centre, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26  (2002).


42. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Synthesis of New Heteroatom Containing Anthraquinone Sensor Molecule, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26 (2002).


43. Brij Bhushan Tewari, New Supramolecular Square, Chemistry Department, University of  South Dakota, United States of America, July 26  (2002).


44. Brij Bhushan Tewari, 5D1 and 5D2, Eu3+ - Eu3+ Cross Relaxation in CsMgCl3, Chemistry Department, University of South Dakota, United States of America, July 26 ( 2002).


45. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Solution and Solid State Photochemistry of 6 - substituted 4, 4 – Diphenylcyclohexanones, Chemistry Department, University of  South Dakota, United States of America, July 26 (2002).


46. Brij Bhushan Tewari, REMPI of [Eu(thd)3] in a Molecular Beam, Chemistry Department, University of  South Dakota, United States of America, July 26 (2002).

47. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Report on International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA) (Meeting held in Hong Kong), Caribbean Academy of Sciences, Tower Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Oct. 01 (2002).

48. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Chemical Evolution and Primeval Seas, Guyana Health Information Digest 3(2) (2002) 54.

49. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on the Interaction of Some Bivalent Metal Ions with Bioactive Ligands, Guyana Health Information Digest 3(2) (2002) 55.

(2003)


50. Brij Bhushan Tewari, General Lecture on Natural Product Chemistry, Department Chemistry, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, March 13 (2003).

51. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Researches in the Sciences at University of West Indies, Learning Resource Centre (LRC), University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, March 14 (2003).

52. Brij Bhushan Tewari, A New Fish Species for Guyana, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, April 22 (2003).

53. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Workshop on Current Negotiation / Proposal on Guyana’s Trade in Agriculture, Ocean View International Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, June 25, (2003).

54. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Mercury Issue in Guyana, Guyana Geology and Mines Commission, Le Meridian Pegasus Hotel, Georgetown, Guyana, Nov. 20 (2003).

55. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Effect of Light Intensity on the Nodulation Ability and N2 – Fixing Capacities of two Tropical Forest Leguminous Species, Learning Resource Centre, University of Guyana, Georgetown, Guyana, Dec. 15 (2003).

(2004)

56. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Lead(II) and Uranyl (II) Mixed Complexes with Methionine and Cysteine and the Formation Constants of these Complexes, Proceedings of 36th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Merida Yucatan, Mexico, July 18 – 23 (2004). 



57. Marc V. Boodhoo and Brij Bhushan Tewari, Removal of p-Amniophenol and p-Nitrophenol from Waste Water through Adsorption  on Antimony, Cadmium and Zirconium Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes, Proceedings of 2nd Caribbean Environmental Forum and Exhibition, Port of Spain, Trinidad, May 31st to June 04 (2004). 

58. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Removal of Phenolic Contaminants from Aqueous Solution through Interaction with Metal Ferrocyanides and its Relevance to Agricultural and Environmental Issues, Proceedings of  25th West Indies Agricultural Economics Conference, Paramaribo, Suriname, August 15th – 21st (2004) P. 14. 

59. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Determination of Formation Constants of Metal – Methylcysteine – Penicillamine (Binary and Tertiary) Complexes by Advanced Paper Electrophoretic Technique, Coordination Chemistry Discussion Group Meeting, University of Leicester, U.K., 12th – 14th July (2004). 

60. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Interaction of Copper (II) and Cobalt (II). Essential Metal Ions with Methionine and Cysteine Bioactive Ligands,  Twelfth International Conference on Biological Inorganic Chemistry, Ann Arbor, Michigan, U.S.A., July 31st – August 5th  2004). 

61. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Dehydrogenation of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide Hydrated (NADH) with Methylene Blue in the Presence of Copper Hexacynoferrate (II) Complexes, Proceedings of  XIV Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of  Sciences, University of West Indies (St. Augustine), Trinidad and Tobago, Oct. 11th – 14th (2004) P. 125. 

62. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Interaction of Lead(II) and Uranyl (II) with Methylcysteine and Penicillamine Bioactive Sulphur Containing Ligands, Proceedings of  XIV Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, University of West Indies (St. Augustine), Trinidad and Tobago, Oct. 11th -14th (2004) P. 95. 

63. George Carrington and Brij Bhushan Tewari, Chemical Evolution and Clay Minerals, Proceedings of  XIV Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, University of West Indies (St. Augustine), Trinidad and Tobago, Oct. 11th -14th (2004) P. 101.

64. Shivanand Singh and Brij Bhushan Tewari, Medicinal Significance of Natural Antifungals with Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes, Proceedings of XIV Annual General Meeting of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, University of West Indies (St. Augustine), Trinidad and Tobago, Oct. 11th -14th (2004) P. 114.


65. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Making of Perfumes via Extraction and Blending of Essential Oils from Local Flowers, Computer Science Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, November 02 ( 2004). 

66. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Amino Group Vibrations and Solvent Effects, Computer Science Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, November 23 (2004). 

67. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Acrylamide in Foods, Computer Science Laboratory, Faculty of Natural Sciences, University of Guyana, December 07 (2004). 

(2005)

68. Nichola Ramchurjee and Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Chemical Aspects of the Origin of Life, Proceedings of 14th International Congress on the Origin of Life, Beijing, P.R. China, June 19-24 ( 2005). 

69. Glen Alexander Soobramani and Brij Bhushan Tewari, Experimental Approach to Chemical Evolution, Proceedings of  14th International Congress on the Origins of Life, Beijing, P.R. China, June 19-24  (2005). 

70. Vivek Joshi and Brij Bhushan Tewari, Role of Clays as Condensing Agents in Chemical Evolution, Proceedings of 14th International Congress on the Origins of Life, Beijing, P.R. China, June 19-24  (2005). 

71. Rawle Wayne Webster & Brij Bhushan Tewari, Life Originate on Earth or on other Planets in Space is still a Subject of Controversy, Proceedings of International Astronautical Congress, Fukuoka, Japan, October 17 – 21  (2005). 

72. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Determination of Stability Constants of Metal(II) – Penicillamine, and Metal(II) – Nitrilotriacetate – Penicillamine (Binary & Mixed) Complexes, A Modified Paper Electrophoretic Technique, Natural Science Foundation, Inorganic Chemistry Workshop, Virginia, United States of America, June 07 – 10  (2005). 

73. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper Ionophoresis in the Study of Mixed Complexes in Solution, The System Copper(ii) and Cobalt(ii) – Methylcysteine - Cysteine  , Coordination Chemistry Conference ,Hungary, Oct. 10-13 (2005).

74. Brij Bhushan Tewari, and Sharlene Roberts, Studies on Medical Applications of Natural Antifungals with Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes, Medicinal Chemistry Conference, Trinidad West Indies,  July 15-17, (2005).


75. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Orson La Rose , The Oxidative Coupling of Binaphthol and its Derivatives, 13th IUPAC Symposium on Organometallic Chemistry Directed Towards Organic Synthesis (OMCOS-13), Geneva, Switzerland, July 17 – 21 (2005).

76. Brij Bhushan Tewari, and Yota Burgess, Studies on Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Clay Minerals and its Relevance to Chemical Evolution, Inorganic Chemistry, Gordon Research Conference, Rhode Island, USA, July 17-22 (2005).

77. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Dropadi Usmanali, Cyanide Ion as a Precursor of Early Life, Inorganic Chemistry, Gordon Research Conference, Rhode Island, USA, July 17-22 (2005).

78. Shri Devi Dhanpaul, Faye Homer and Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Effect of pH on Sugar Cane Colourant Development, International Sugar Technologists Conference (2005).

79. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Vermitech: Worm Powdered Technology in Organic Solid Waste Management, University of Guyana, Guyana, June 01 (2005).

(2006)

80. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Transport of Soft Matter at Interfaces, Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America, Feb. 02 (2006).

81. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Graduate Research Workshop, Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America, Feb. 11 (2006).

82. Brij Bhushan Tewari, The Secrete Lives of Molecules: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Indolo[2,1 – b ] Quinazolin -6, 12 – Dione (Tryptanthrin) and its Analogs. Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America, Feb. 16 (2006).

83. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Folding of Disulfide Containing Proteins, Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America, March 02 (2006).

84. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Mechanism of Chloroperoxidase Catalysed Enantioselective Transformation, Florida Institute of Technology, United States of America, April 27 (2006).

85. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Sukesh Shekar, Rudolf J. Wehmschulte, Studies on the Reaction of Selected Organic Compounds with Aluminumoxyhydride, Abstracts Proceedings of Florida Annual Meeting and Exposition (FAME -2006, Division of American Chemical Society) , Renaissance Orlando Hotel Airport, Orlando, United States of America, May 11-13 (2006)  P. 57.


86. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Determination of  Stability  Constants of Metal(II) – Methionine and Metal(II) – Methionine – Cysteine ( Binary & Ternary) Complexes  an Paper Ionophoretic Technique, Proceedings of 37th International Coordination Chemistry Conference, August 13-18 (2006 ) Cape Town, South Africa.

87. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Electrophoretic Studies on Bioactive Mixed Complexes, 1st European Chemistry Congress, August 27-31 (2006) Budapest, Hungary.

(2007)

88. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Cell Culture and Multicolonality in Gynecologic and Lung Cancers, May 31 (2007) ELT, University of Guyana, Guyana.

89. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Removal of p-Aminophenol and p-Nitrophenol from Aqueous Solution through Adsorption on Bismuth, Lead and Manganese Ferrocyanides and their Relevance to Environmental Issues, Abstract Booklet of International Conference on the Status of Biological Sciences in Caribbean and Latin American Societies, Sept. 24- 25th( 2007) Georgetown, Guyana, P . 29.

90. Brij Bhushan Tewari and D. Usmanali, A New Look on Controversial View of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Origins of Life, International Austronautical Congress, Sept. 24-28 (2007), Hyderabad, India.

91. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of 2, 4-Dinitrophenol and 2, 4, 6 – Trinitrophenol with Nickel and Cobalt Ferrocyanides, 9th Conference on Colloid Chemistry, Oct. 03- 05 (2007) Siolok, Hungary.

(2008)

92. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Update on Controversial View of Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Origins of Life, 59th International Astronautical Congress, Sept. 29- Oct. 03 (2008) Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

93. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Use of Ionophoretic Technique in the Study of Biologically Important Copper (II), Manganese (II) and Uranyl (II) Binary Complexes, 38th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Jerusalem, Israel, July 20- 25 (2008).

94. Brij Bhushan Tewari & Frankie Sami, Interaction of Amino Acids with Clay Minerals and their Relevance to Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life, International Society for Studies on Origins of Life (ISSOL) Meeting, Aug. 24-29 (2008) Florence, Italy.( Origins Life Evolution   Biosphere 39(3-4) (2009) 348-349).


95. Brij Bhushan Tewari, & Mancy Abbas, The Possible Role of the Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II) Complexes in Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life, AGM  of Caribbean Academy of Sciences, October. 11 – 13 (2008) Grenada.

96. Brij Bhushan Tewari (Panelists), Role of Cariscience in Caribbean Sustainable Development, 10th Anniversary Celebration of Cariscience, Trinidad, September 29-30 (2008).

(2009)

97. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Recent  Development on Controversial  View of   Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Origins of Life, 60th International Astronautical  Congress , Daejeon, Korea , October 12-19 (2009). 

98. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper Ionophoretic Technique in the Study of Biologically Important Binary Complexes in Solution (The System Beryllium (II)  and Cobalt(II) – Isoleucine ), 238th ACS National Meeting,Washington DC, August16-20 (2009), ( Paper # 1289524 ).

      99 . Brij Bhushan Tewari , Paper Electrophoretic Technique in the Study of Biologically Important 

             Binary Complexes in Solution, 11th International Congress on Amino Acid , Peptides and Protei

             ( 11TH ICAAP), August 3-7  (2009) Vienna, Austria.

100.Brij Bhushan Tewari, Electrophoretic Technique in the Study of Biologically Significant 

        Binary Complexes ( The System Copper (II) and Cobalt (II)- Proline). German, French, 

        Hungarian Congress in Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry (COBC -2009), June 21-23 

        (2009)  Budapest, Hungary.

101. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Paper Electrophoretic Determination of Stability Constants of Biologically Significant Binary Complexes. 7th International Symposium on Speciation of Elements in Biologica , Environmental and Toxicological Sciences ( ISSEEBETS/2009), Hungarian Chemical Society, August 27-29 (2009) Eger, Hungary.

102. Brij Bhushan Tewari, ( Rapporteurs), Strengthening Research and Postgraduate  Links in the Caribbean, Cariscience 10th Annual General Meeting and Conference , AdeKUS University , Paramaribo, Suriname, October 02- 03 ( 2009) ( Worked as rapporteur for the conference ).

(2010)

103. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Challenges for Terrestrial and Extra-terrestrial Origins of Life. 61st International Astronautical Congress. September (2010) Prague, Czech Republic.


104. Rovin Singh & Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of Amino Acids with Metal Ferrocyanides: A Possible Role in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life. Meeting of Americas (Americas Geographical Union), August 8-13 (2010) Foz de Iguassu, Brazil.

105. Brij Bhushan Tewari and Tricia Grant, Removal of Phenolic Contaminants from Aqueous Solution through Adsorption on Metal Hexacyanoferrate (II)   Complexes and its Relevance to Environmental and Agricultural Issues. General Meeting and Biennial Conference of Caribbean Academy of Sciences  , Nov.  12-14 (2010).

(2011)


106. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Further Development on Controversial View of  Terrestrial and Extraterrestrial Origins of Life, International Astronautical  Congress , Cape Town, South Africa , October 3-7 ( 2011).

107. Brij Bhushan Tewari, D.Fung-Khee, D. Srinivas, Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Metal Ferrocyanides and its Relevance to Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life, Origins of Life ,Montpellier, France ,July 3-8 (2011).

108. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Biologically Important Nickel (II), Lead (II) and Mercury (II) Binary Complexes with Homoserine in Solution, 11th ISMIBM, Cambridge, United Kingdom , June 20-23 (2011).

109. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Mercury (II), Nickel (II) and Lead (II) Biologically Important Binary complexes with Aminobutyric Acid in Solution, 242nd ACS National Meeting, Denver, CO,USA,  August 28- Sept.01 (2011).

110. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Mercury II) , Nickel (II) and Lead (II) Biologically Important Binary Complexes with Norvaline in Solution, 4th European Conference on Chemistry for Life Sciences, Hungary, Aug. 31-  Sept. 03 (2011).

(2012)

     111. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Further Development in controversial view of terrestrial  Extra-terrestrial 

                     Origins of life (Paper ID 9597) Space Life Science Symposium, 62nd International

                     Austronautical Congress, Capetown, South Africa, Octo.  3-7  (2012).


       112.  Brij Bhushan Tewari and M. Seeraj, Origins of Life, Emergency of Life on Early Earth, 39th

                           COSPAR Scientific Assembly , July 14- 22 ( 2012) Mysore ,   India.

113. Brij Bhushan Tewari, and K. Sukdeo Adsorption and Removal of Toxic    Metal Ions from Water and Waste water  using used Cherry seed ( Malpighiaemerginata) and their Relevance to Environmental Issues( Abs no. 0224) Colloids and Nano Medicine , Amsterdam , The Netherland , July 15-17 (2012).

(2013)

        114( A). Brij Bhushan Tewari, Possible Role of Space and Primitive Earth in Chemical Evolution and Origin 

                    of Life, 64th International  Astronautical Congress, Beijing, P.R.China, September 23-27 (2013).

114. (B). Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of Aspartic Acid and Histidine with Metal Hexacyanoferrate Complexes: A possible Role in Chemical Evolution, International Conference: Emergence in Chemical Systems 3.0, University of Alaska, Anchorage, June 17-22 (2013).

115. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Interaction of Substituted Phenols with Metal Hexacyanoferrate(II) Complexes and its Relevance to Global Agricultural  and Environmental Issue (Food Security). Abstract Booklet of International Conference on Sustainable Development: Science Education, Research, Innovation and Enterprize, held in Georgetown, Guyana, August 12-14 (2013).

116. Brij Bhushan Tewari, Studies on Binary Complexes of Zinc (II), Cadmium (II) and Iron (II) with  Norvaline in Solution , Abstract Booklet of 12th International Symposium on Metal Ions in Biology and Medicine, Punta del Este, Urugyay, March 11-13 (2013).

                                                                    (2014)

117. Brij Bhushan Tewar , Possible Role of Space and early earth biosphere in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life, 65th International Astronautical Congress ,Sept. 29 to Oct.  03, 2014, Toronto, Canada.

118. R. Bessessar and  Brij Bhushan Tewari , Removal of Toxic Metal Ions from Water and Wastewater Using Mango Nutshell ( Mangifera Indica) and Its Relevance to Environmental Issues, The Caribbean Academy of Sciences , Biennial Conference , November 21-23, 2014, Tobago, WI.

119. D. Doodnauth and Brij Bhushan Tewari , Interaction of Nuclic Acid Bases with Metal Ferrocyanides and Its Implications in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life, European Planetary Science Congress , Vol. 09, 2014, September 07-12, 2014, Cascais , Portugal.

120. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Interaction of Aromatic Amines with Metal Ferrocyanides and Its Relevance to Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life, 40th Committee on Space Research (COSPOR) Scientific Assembly , August 2-10 August, 2014, Moscow , Russia.

121. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Interaction of Isoleucine with Metal Ions in Chemical and Biological Systems, 41th International Conference in Coordination Chemistry, July 21-25, 2014, Singapore.

(2015)

122. Brij Bhushan Tewari, A New Look on Challenges of Terrestrial and Extra-Terrestrial Origins of Life, 66th International Astronautical Congress (Paper ID. 27488), October 12-16, 2015, Jerusalem, Israel.

123. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Interaction of Tryptophane and Phynylalanine with Mercury and Tungsten Ferrocyanides and its Implications in Chemical Evolution and Origins of Life , European Planetary Science Congress 2015 ( EPSC -2015) , La Cite  De  Congress ,Nantes , France , Sept. 27- Oct. 02, 2015.

124. Charis Griffith and Brij Bhushan Tewari , Removal of Toxic Metal Ions from Water and Wastewater Using Used Tea Leaves ( Camellia Sinensis) and their Relevance to Environmental Issues, 2nd International Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences, 1-4 June , 2015 , Athens , Greece.

125. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Bioinorganic Chemistry of Complexes of Cadmium (ii) Iron(ii) and Zinc (ii) with Hydroxyproline  in Solution. 3rd EuCheMS Inorganic Chemistry Conference, June 28- July 01, 2015, Wroclaw, Poland.

126. Brij Bhushan Tewari , Electrophoretic Technique in the Study of Metal Ligand Interaction ( System  Zn (II) / Cd (II) / Fe (II) –Sarcosine ), 3rd Annual International Conference on Chemistry , July 20-23, 2015, Athens , Greece.

(2016)

127. Brij B. Tewari, Update on Challenges of Terrestrial and Extra-terrestrial Origins of Life , 67th International Astronautical Congress , Sept. 26-30 ,2016, Guadelajaro, Mexico.

128. Brij B. Tewari, Interaction of Tryptophane and Phenylalanine with Cadmium and Molybdenum Ferrocyanides and its Implications in Chemical Evolution and Origins Life, 41st COSPAR Scientific Assembly , July 03- August 07, 2016, Istanbul , Turkey.

129. Brij B, Tewari, Studies on Biologically important Cadmium (ii)/ Iron (ii)/Zinc (ii)- α-Aminobutenoic Acid  binary Complexes in Solution. V Latin American Meeting on Biological Inorganic Chemistry (V LABIC) , Oct. 18-22 , 2016, Queretaro, Mexico.

130. Mohadissa M. Ali and Brij B, Tewari, Determination and Removal of Phosphorous and Chloride in Surface and Ground Water from the Three Counties in Guyana, The Caribbean Academy of Sciences 20th General Meeting, November 24-26 , 2016 , Fort Royal Langley Resort , Deshaies , Guadeloupe.

(2017)

131. Brij B, Tewari, Debate on terrestrial and extra – terrestrial origins of life, 68th International Astronautical Congress, Sept 26-29, 2017, Adelaide, Australia.

 

132. Shannita Ramnarine and Brij B. Tewari , Interaction of 2-aminophenol and 2-nitrophenol with Aluminum and Silver ferrocyanides and its relevance to environmental and agricultural issues, 4th Annual International Conference on Earth and Environmental Sciences , June 5-8, 2017, Athens , Greece.

133. Ricardo Jaipaul and Brij B. Tewari , Interaction of Alanine and Aspartic acid with Aluminum , Iron and Zinc oxides and its Relevance to Chemical Evolution. XVIII International Conference on the Origins of Life, San Diego , California , July 16-21, 2017 ( ABSTRACT #  4033).

134. G. Subramanian , Brij B. Tewari  and  G. Rekha, Studies on Phytochemicals , Heavy Metal and N.P.K. in Crude Leaf Extract of Achyranthes  Aspera L. ,  53rd  Annual Meeting , Caribbean Food Crop Society ,  Verdanza Hotel , Isla Verde , Pureto Rico , July 16-22, 2017 , P . 19.

(2018)


135. Brij B. Tewari , Debate on Endogenous and Exogenous Bioresources for Origins  of Life, 69th International Astronautical Congress , Bermen , Germany, October 1-5 , 2018, Paper ID : 41904.

136. Bri B. Tewari , Role of Metal Oxides in Chemical Evolution : Interaction of Valine and Glycine with Aluminium .iron and Zinc Oxides, 42nd Scientific  Assembly COSPOR 2018, Pasadena, California , USA, July 14-22, 2018, Paper ID -17127.

137. Rayanna Whyte and Brij Tewari, Interaction of Thymine and Uracil with Nickel and Cadmium Hexacyanoferrates (II) and its implications in Chemical Evolution and the Origins of Life , European Planetary Science Congress 2018,T U, Berlin, Germany, Sept 16-17, 2018.

138. Brij B. Tewari , Interaction of Norvaline with Aluminum ( III) , Chromium(III) AND Iron (III) in Chemical and Biological Systems , 6th Annual International Conference on Chemistry, Athens Institute for Education and Research , 23-26 July, 2018.

139.  Brij B. Tewari and Tricia Grant  , Removal of 2-Nitrophenol, 2,4-Dinitrophenol and 2,4,6-Trinitrophenol from aqueous Solution through Adsorption on Cobalt , Nickel and Tungsten Ferrocyanides , The 21st CAS General Meeting and Conference , November 27-30 , 2018 , Jamaica (Accepted) (Paper ID CAS  -046)


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Question 1

What are your recommendations to improve standards of journals publishing research articles on Chemical Science?

Answer:

My recommendation to improve standards of journals publishing research articles on Chemical Sciences are as follow:

According to my view Authors, Editors, Editorial Boards, Reviewers and Publishers all have their own responsibilities to improve the standard of journal, publishing research articles on Chemical Sciences.

  1.  Authors:
  • Authors are expected to present original research outcome of their research.
  • Research work submitted for publication should neither be under consideration nor published in any other journals.
  • Authors should strictly adhere to the authorship criteria.
  • Recent and relevant citation should be provided in the articles.
  1. Editors and Editorial Boards:
  • Editor is responsible for monitoring and ensuring the fairness, timeliness and civility of peer-review editorial process.
  • Editor must comply with the policy guidelines provided by the publisher.
  • Editors have the responsibility to maintain the integrity of the published literature.
  1. Reviewers:
  • Reviewer should maintain the confidentially of manuscript information.
  • Reviewer with fair expertise should complete the review.
  • Reviewer comment should identify negative aspects of work constructively, appreciate positive aspects and recommend necessary enhancement in the work.
  • Reviewer’s decision on the manuscript should be base on the scientific merit of the work, scope of journal and relevancy to the subject.
  1. Publisher:
  • Publisher has role to support fair and timely peer-review process with valuable inputs and from the responsible editors and reviews.
  • Publisher ensures the smooth functioning of the web development and social media management for journals and articles.
  • Publisher should make constructive recommendations for improving the overall publication process.

English editing service is most helpful for improving the standard of journals.

Authors should read proof of the article seriously and return it in a timely manner.

Question 2

What are your recommendations to improve syllabus of Chemical Sciences for more creativity, applications and opportunities?

Answer:

Syllabus of Chemical Science should be designed to enhance (1) Synthetic ability (to generate new and interesting ideas) (ii) Analytical ability (analyze and evaluate thoughts, ideas and possible solutions) (iii) Practical ability (to translate theories into realistic applications) of the candidates.

  • Syllabus of Chemical Sciences should more focus on the thinking of the problems than the study of subject.
  • Syllabus of Chemical Sciences should be designed to have insight in almost all aspect of the chemistry and to build a solid foundation in the subject to choose a career in industry/academics or research.
  • Practical skills are as important as the knowledge. To gain practical skill in chemical sciences is more expensive than the other science subjects because of the high cost for chemicals. Highly sophisticated equipment/instruments are not available in all chemical laboratories.
  • My recommendation is to syllabus of Chemical Science should focus more on enhance of practical skills of candidates.
  • At undergraduate level syllabus of Chemical Science should be designed in such a way that final year candidates should be able to write effective research proposals and to produce an excellent piece of research work.
  • At post graduate level chemical science syllabus must be one hundred percent research based no taught courses.
  • Proper assessment and evaluation has a crucial role in producing quality graduates.
  • In modern society candidates need to be confident and effective user of information   technology (IT). Information technology should be part of chemical sciences syllabus.
  • Mathematics is also a problem for chemical science candidates. My recommendation is to mathematics courses which are relevant to chemistry should also be included in the chemical science syllabus.
  • Business courses should also be part of Chemical Science syllabus in order to produce capable chemical sales representative.
  • Chemical Sciences syllabus and Law School syllabus should also be combined in order to produce excellent Patient Attorney.

Question 3

What is Chemical Science? What are the major branches in Chemical Science?

Answer:

Chemical Science is the science of matter. It is branch of natural sciences dealing with composition, properties and reactions of a particular substance.

The four (4) major branches of chemical science are:

  1. Analytical chemistry.
  2. Inorganic Chemistry
  3. Organic chemistry
  4. Physical chemistry

Other branches of Chemical Science are

Food chemistry: Study of chemical processes and interaction of all biological and non-biological components of food.

Photochemistry: Branch of chemistry concerned with chemical effects of light.

Computational chemistry: Branch of chemistry that uses computer simulation to assist in solving chemical problems.

Pharmaceutical chemistry

Environmental chemistry

Textile fabric chemistry

Medicinal chemistry

Forensic sciences/chemistry

Industrial chemistry

Toxicology

Surface chemistry

Chemical Science also included the areas of water, polymer, fertilizers, paint/pigments, petroleum, plastic, oil and gas etc.

Question 4

What are your recommendations to frame guidelines on funding of research projects on Chemical Science?

Answer:

To secure funding for research work in Chemical Science is very competitive. The better the research proposal, better the chance of funding. Research ideas should be new interdisciplinary and must have broader applications.

The sources of research funding are:

  1. Non-governmental organization/Private Sectors/Industries.
  2. National funding (direct from government).
  3. International funding (UNESCO, UN, EU, EPA, CI, IWOKRAMA, TWAS. ACU, etc.)
  4. Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is a good source of funding in India for basic research.

My views on the various components of a good research proposal are as follow:

  1. Introduction:

 Introduction should contain concept of the problem that lead to study. It should also develop reader interest in the topic.

  1. Purpose of Study:

The research proposal should clearly define the central concept of study. This can also include rational for the study.

  1. Statement of Problem :

        This part of research proposal problem should clear to the reader and also answer to the question “Why does this research need to be conducted”

  1. Review of Literature:

      Literature review should be brief and relevant to the topic of study.

  1. Significance of Study:

       This part of research proposal should indicate how proposed research extended existing   knowledge in the area under investigation.

  1. Hypothesis:

         Hypothesis should represent both null and alternate hypothesis.

  1. Method:

     Methodological steps should answer every question of the hypothesis. Generally this section consists of (i) Sampling (ii) Instrumentation (iii) Data Collection (iv) Data   analysis etc.

  1. Expected outcome;

       Expected outcome of the proposed research work should be provided in the proposal.

  1. Budget:  

 Budget section of the proposal should include  

 Salary and wages of staff; Equipment cost; Materials and supplies cost; Travel expenses;   Services; Tuition fee; Space rental; Hospitalization etc.

  1. The institutional resources available should also be mention in the research proposal.

Question 5

How can Universities produce revolutionary PhD and Post Doc thesis and dissertations on Chemical Sciences? What are your recommendations to improve the academic standards?

Answer:

Universities can produce revolutionary PhD and Post Doc thesis and dissertations by the following:

  1. Enrolling the large number of candidates in doctoral programme and by offering greater number of post-docs positions.
  2. Enhancing the number of qualified faculty members in various disciplines of Chemical Science to supervise Ph.D. students and Post-doctoral fellows, also need to have well equipped chemical laboratories.
  3. To have sufficient amount of national and international funding to support the research projects.
  4. Encourage individual research work presentation, seminar presentations and group discussions.
  5. Provide financial assistance to doctoral and post-doctoral candidates to participate in national and international conferences.
  6.  The availability of current chemical literature is also a requirement for a good thesis/ dissertation.
  7. Spend much of the time on research work and complete doctoral and post-doctoral research work within shortest possible time.
  8. Evaluation and oral presentation of thesis be done in a timely manner.
  9. Outstanding research work should be rewarded and motivated.
  10. Universities should produce large number of qualify research papers and articles to attract national and international funding.

My recommendation to improve academic standards are:

  • Quality assurance unit should be established in each university for the maintenance and development of higher education and also for the production of higher quality graduates.
  • National accreditation and international recognition should make compulsory for educational organizations. All programs offered by university must be accredited by relevant accreditation body.
  • Work place safety and medical insurance have also an important role in improving academic standard of the university.
  • Administrations, workers union, student body should all work together to improve the standard of institution.

Question 6

Q.6 (A) How can students seek jobs and career opportunities in Chemical Science?

Answer:

Students can seek career opportunities via

  • The World Wide Web may be used to obtain information about career opportunities in Chemical Science.
  • Register online in a country of interest for jobs.
  • Vacancies for teaching and research are advertised on the internet.
  • Via direct contact to employers.
  • Several private companies have business to search job for candidates according to their qualification and experiences.

Q.6 (B)  What job titles available in Chemical Science?

Answer:

Some of the job titles in Chemical Sciences are:

Analytical Chemist

Chemical Engineer

Chemistry Teacher

Lab Chemist

Biomedical Chemist

Industrial Research Scientist

R&D Director

R&D Manager

Water Chemist

Toxicologist

Pharmacologist

Industrial Research Scientist

Safety Health and Environmental Specialist

Q.6 C: What is your recommendation to improve employment and scope in this sector?

Answer:

Employment scope in chemical sector can be improved by:

  • Graduate entry programmes should be offered on job training.
  • Students should be trained in skills which are relevant to local chemical industry, after completing programme student can get career there.
  • Teacher training in Chemical Science should be enhanced.
  • Locating internship opportunities for students before completing the programme.
  • Employment scope in Chemical Science can be enhanced by combining it with business, health, law firm, environment, energy, oils and gas sectors.

Question 7

Any other things, you would like to share

Answer:

  1. Plagiarism:

Plagiarism is a type of intellectual theft. Using the words or ideas of others and utilize as its own. Plagiarism has several categories: copying (use the words and ideas of others without acknowledgement); Inappropriate citation (citing sources which have not been read) ; self-plagiarism (author publish their previous published work as new finding without referencing earlier work.

My recommendation is to plagiarism should not be tolerated in academia.

  1. Computer generated research data are flooding in academia, no real research work. This practice must be stopped.
  2. Chemical Science should be for use for the construction of our future world not for its destruction like production of toxic, deadly chemical weapons.


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 Dr. Vincenza Bonfiglio from Italy Wins Dove Innovation Award-2018 in Drug Designing (Corticosteroids)


 Dr. Ingo Schmidt from Germany is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Rheumatology (metacarpophalangeal joints) World Cup


 Lucieta Guerreiro Martorano from Brazil is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Climate Change (Precipitation Rate) World Cup


   Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari from Guyana is World Champion - 2018 in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)


 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion- 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Reservoirs) World Cup

   Professor Zhiyong Wang from China is the World Champion-2018 in Biliary Sciences


 Dr. Alexandru Trifu from Romania is World Champion - 2018 in Humanistic Sciences (Transhumance)


 Professor Elzo Alves Aranha from Brazil is World Champion- 2018 in Business Management (Entrepreneurship) World Cup


 Professor WEI Erhu from China is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Courseware)


 Dr. Sujoy Ghosh from India is the World Champion-2018 in Metabolomics (Teneligliptin)



 Dr. Kazuhiro Esaki from Japan is World Champion-2018 in Global Quality Assessment


 Professor Santiago Nieto Martin from Spain is World Champion-2018 in Research on Education Systems (Educational Research) World Cup


    Professor Manuela Valentini, Elisa Di Massa, Giovanna Troiano and Professor Ario Federici from Italy are World Champions-2018 in Educational Research (Self-Esteem)


 Dr. Sandra Ricart Casadevall from Spain is World Champion - 2018 in Earth Science (Irrigation)


  Dr. Paulo José Menegasso and Dr. André Luis dos Santos Menezes from Brazil are World Champions - 2018 in Educational Research (Visual Impairment) World Cup


 Professor Maurizio Lanfranchi from Italy is World Champion - 2018 in Applied Sciences (Cumulative Proportional Odds Model)


 Dr. János Ladvánszky from Hungary wins World Championship - 2018 in Intermodulation Power (Electrical Engineering) out of 56 countries World Cup


 Dr. Mohanraj N Pattar from India is the World Champion-2018 in Medicinal Plants (Minerals and Trace Elements)


 Dr. Osayande Osaretin Julie from Belgium is World Champion - 2018 in Clinical Studies (Genetic Engineering ) World Cup 


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 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Endoscopic Treatment World Cup


 Dr. Afonin Sergey Mikhailovich from Russia is the World Champion-2018 in Physics (Electromagnetoelastic Actuators) World Cup 


 Dr. Miah Muhammad Adel from USA is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Sciences (Water Politics) World Cup 


 Dr. Mikhailenko Ilya Mikhailovitch from Russia is World Champion-2018 in Genetics (Genotypes and Phenotypes)


 Dr. Hyun Woo Kang from Korea wins World Championship - 2018 in Nutrition Research (Functional Food) World Cup

 Dr. ThukaaZuhair Abdul-Jalil from Iraq is World Champion - 2018 in Pharmacognosy (GC/MS Phytochemical Analysis)


  Dr. Bosede Oyegbile from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Educational Administration


 Dr. Saiden Thondhlana from Zimbabwe is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Teacher and Pupil Related Conflicts)

 Dr. Nwachukwu Williams from is World Champion - 2018 in Soil Science (Rural Sociology)


 Dr. Sanjeev Kumar from India is the World Champion-2018 in Environmental Science (Global Warming)


  Dr. Tukumbi Lumumba-Kasongo from USA is World Champion-2018 in African Development (Public Administration)



  Dr. Jubilee Purkayastha from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology World Cup



    Dr. Eke Onyebuchukwu Desmond, Dr. Chukwumobi Nkechinyere Anulika, Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu and Dr Innocent Chukwuemeka Okoye from Nigeria are World Champions - 2018 in Medical Sciences (Social Medicine) World Cup


 Dr. Gopa Saha Roy from India is World Champion - 2018 in Sports Science (Anaerobic Thresholds) World Cup



 Dr. Abosede Adebola Otemuyiwa from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Semiotics World Cup


  Mrs. P. Selvavathi and Dr. R.Sophia Porchelvi from India are World Champions-2018 in Mathematical Analysis (Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation)

 Dr. Claudine NTSAMA MBALA spouse ESSOMBA from Cameroon is World Champion - 2018 in Parasitology (Surgical Site Infections) World Cup


 Dr. Alok Kumar Pramanik from India is World Champion - 2018 in Environment Sciences (Allopreening)


  Dr Ernest Ndukaife Anyabolu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Hypertension Research (Nephrotic Syndrome) World Cup



Dr. Vishal Saini from India is World Champion-2018 in Applied Chemistry (Thiourea)


 Dr. Belghmaidi Sarah from Morocco is the World Champion -2018 in Medical Science (Corneal Tuberculosis) World Cup


 Dr. Nanda . N from India is the World Champion-2018 in Applied Chemistry (Diazepam)

 Mr. Daniel Anini Baah from Ghana is World Champion - 2018 in Bioremediation


 Dr. T. Govindan from India is the World Champion-2018 in Mangrove Conservation (Mass Propagation)


 Dr. Yasin Idweini from Jordan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Urology (Electrocoagulation) World Cup



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 Professor Gerelmaa Damba from Mongolia is World Champion - 2018 in Business Management (Labor Market Flexibility) World Cup


 Dr. Komi Apélété AMOU from Togo is World Champion -2018 in Sustainable Energy (Solar Radiation Maps) World Cup


Dr. Venkatesh Dore from India is world Champion-2018 in Crop Physiology (Rice Genotypes)


 Dr. Félix Fofana N'ZUÉ from Côte d’Ivoire is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in International Finance (Gross Domestic Product Ratio) World Cup


 Dr. AMEY Kossi Bollanigni from Togo is World Champion -2018 in Civil Engineering (Silty Sands)


 Dr. Zheng-Chuan Wang from China Wins World Championship -2018 in Physics (Spintronics) World Cup


  Professor Souaïbou FAROUGOU and Dr. SESSOU Philippe are winner of World Championship-2018 in Food Preservation World Cup


 Dr. Ballagere Puttaraju Harini from India is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Biodiversity (Molecular Genetics) World Cup


 Dr. Nilfer Sahin from Turkey is World Champion-2018 in Biomedicine World Cup 


 Dr. Kavit S. Mehta from India is World Champion - 2018 in Microbiological Research (Ethnomedicine) World Cup


 Tri Aru Wiratno from Indonesia is World Champion-2018 in Educational Research (Social Culture Reality) World Cup


Sek. Men. Keb. Pendeta Zaaba, Negeri Sembilan Sek. Men. Keb. Tunku Ampuan Durah, Negeri Sembilan IIUM, Kuantan Campus UNITAR, Kelana Jaya IIUM, Kuantan Campus ICCE, IIUM, Gombak Campus Dr. Saadi bin Ahmad Kamaruddin from Malaysia is conferred with National Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Evolutionary Algorithms) World Cup


 Dr. Bernard Omwoyo Moenga from Kenya is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Participatory Epidemiology World Cup


 Dr. N.D. Zargar from India wins World Championship - 2018 in Organic Chemistry (Organic Synthesis) World Cup



 Dr. Fayaz Ahmad Sofi from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Rheumatology (Molecular Biology) World Cup


Dr. Dickson Adom from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Research (Ecosystem Conservation) World Cup




 Dr. Kenichi Meguro from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology World Cup



  Dr. Jack Uzezi Gladys from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Educational Research (Peer Group Activities) World Cup


  Dr. Mitra Akbari and Ramin Elmi from Iran are conferred with World Championship -2018 in Medical Science (Immunology) World Cup


Dr. Aaron TetteyAsare from Ghana is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Plant Breeding World Cup


 Kraleti Lakshmi Yaso Tejaswini from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture Sciences (Correlation) World Cup


  Dr Badade Zunjarrao Ganpat from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biochemistry (Oxidative Stress) World Cup


 Shah Imran Ahmed from Bangladesh is conferred with World Championship - 2018 in Sociology and Anthropology (Parenthood) World Cup


 Dr. Eng. Satoshi TAKEI from Japan is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Nanotechnology World Cup


  Dr. Nayareen Akhtar, Dr. Rezwanur Rahman from Bangladesh are World Champion-2018 in Urinary Tract Infections (Microbiological Research)


 Dr. F.Özge MAVİŞ SEVİM from Turkey is World Champion- 2018 in Education (Corrective Feedback) World Cup


 Dr. Maryam Hassana Ati from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Morphology (Crop Production) World Cup


 Dr. Melike Elif Teker from Turkey is World Champion - 2018 in Aortic Coarctation World Cup


  Dr G. Sreenivasan from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Electrical Engineering (Power Quality) World Cup


 Dr. Ekaette Emenike Iroegbu is World Champion - 2018 in Teleconferencing (Educational Research) World Cup


 Dr. Rustam Effendi-YS from Indonesia is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Colorectal Cancer (Molecular Biology) World Cup


Dr. Shashi Khare from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Microbiology (Drug Resistance) World Cup 


 Dr. Justin R. Nayagam from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Plant Biotechnology) World Cup  


  Dr. Daferighe Emmanuel Emeakponuzo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Corporate Governance (Environmental Accounting)


 Dr. Manoj Gupta from Singapore is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biomedical Science World 

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 Dr. Peter SIYAN from Nigeria is the World Champion-2018 in Business Management (Infrastructure Development) World Cup 


Dr. Bakulranjan Jana from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Agricultural Science (Physico –chemical Characters) World Cup


 Dr. Sanit Srikoon from Thailand is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Learning World Cup 


 Ramadhani Amri Mpasiwakomu from Tanzania is World Champion-2018 in Wild Medicinal Plants World Cup 


 Dr. Jonathan Edward Tetteh Kuwornu-Adjaottor from Ghana is the World Champion -2018 in Social Sciences (Employability Skills) World Cup 


 Jasper Ejobwokoghene Ikpesu from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Toxicology (Industrial Safety)


 Mandava Hemalatha from India is the World Champion-2018 in Social Science (Alzheimer’s Patients)


 Dr. Ogugua N. Okonkwo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Ophthalmology (Macular Hole)


 Prof Swapna Chaudhuri from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Oncology (Molecular Immunology) World Cup 


 Dr. Justina Ifeoma Ofuebe from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Yoga (Educational Research) World Cup 

Mr. Mohammedsaeed Ganjoor from Iran is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Genetics (Aquaculture) World Cup


 Dr. Abdulrahman Yusuf Maigida from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Educational Research (Contemporary Islamic Education)


 Dr. Yasuko Fukaya from Japan is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Nursing (Clinical Communication) World Cup 


 Dr. NAMO Otsanjugu Timothy Aku from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Crop Science (Zea mays Flowering)


 Prof. Dr. B.M. Patil from India is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Proteomics (Mutation) World Cup 


 Dr. Kaywood E. Leizou from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Chemical Science (Metal Speciation in Sediment)


  Prof., MD Tarık Kıvrak from Turkey is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Cardiology (Pulmonary Atherosclerosis) World Cup


 Dr. K. Suseela from India is World Champion-2018 in Agriculture (Dryland): World Cup


 Dr. Udoaka Otobong Gabriel from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Translational Hull (Mathematics) 


   Dr. Kasturi Ghosh from India is the World Champion-2018 in Agronomy (Date of sowing)


Dr. Diouf cheikh from Senegal is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Surgery (Laparoscopy) World Cup  


 Dr. Charles E. Anyanechi from Nigeria is World Champion-2018 in Health Sciences (Chronic Periodontitis)


 Dr. Seghosime, Animetuo from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Environmental Science (Phytochemical Screening)


Dr. (Ms) Swapnali Hazarika from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Membrane Science World Cup 


  Dr. Daniel Enyinnaya Azunna from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Earth Science (Mineral prospecting)


 Dr. Ram Lakhan Ram from India is the World Champion-2018 in Applied Science (Sericulture)


Dr. Ubogu Monday from Nigeria is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Biological Science World Cup 


 Dr. Iquo Bassey Otu-Bassey from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Hematology (Hemoglobin)



 Dr. Halima Zugher Hussein from Iraq is conferred with World Championship -2018 in Agriculture (Detoxification) World Cup 


  Dr. Ekwumemgbo, Patricia Adamma from Nigeria is World Champion - 2018 in Chemical Science (Fractionation)


 Dr. Kendre Govind Manikrao from India is conferred with World Championship-2018 in Pediatrics (Antiretroviral Therapy) World Cup


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Where can we find transformation of universities by intellectual celebrity World Champion"Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari"?

The Legend celebrity "Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari" is influencing all Academic Universities in Guyana with world class achievements -

American International School of Medicine (AISM)

American University of Peace Studies

Georgetown American University

Greenheart Medical University

Institute of Distance and Continuing Education

M-Mr. SOM Myriad & The Classic Judaic University

Rajiv Gandhi University of Science and Technology

Texila American University, Georgetown

Twin Island University

University of Guyana

Alexander American University

Lincoln American University

University of the Southern Caribbean

World Classical Tamil University


Where can you find impact of grand leadership of world champion Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari in Guyana?

"Dr. Brij Bhushan Tewari" The Iconic Superstar in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)  has established new milestones in all Guyanese Cities -

Name

2018 Population 

Georgetown

235,017

Linden

44,690

New Amsterdam

35,039

Anna Regina

12,448

Bartica

11,157

Skeldon

5,859

Rosignol

5,782

Mahdia

4,200

Vreed-en-Hoop

3,073

Mabaruma

717

Lethem

716

Fort Wellington


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 Albert Einstein was a German-born theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, one of the two pillars of modern physics. His work is also known for its influence on the philosophy of science.



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Life journey and Biography of James Maxwell Scientific achievements by Michael Faraday Further Reading on Michael Faraday Contribution in the Field of Electricity & Magnetism Discovery and innovations by Michael Faraday Honors and awards of Michael Faraday werner heisenberg discovery werner heisenberg experiment werner heisenberg theory elisabeth heisenberg werner heisenberg quotes werner heisenberg facts werner heisenberg article werner heisenberg personality Michael Faraday was born on 22 September 1791 in Newington Butts, which is now part of the London Borough of Southwark but was then a suburban part of Surrey. His family was not well off. His father, James, was a member of the Glassite sect of Christianity. James Faraday moved his wife and two children to London during the winter of 1790 from Outhgill in Westmorland, where he had been an apprentice to the village blacksmith.Michael was born in the autumn of that year. The young Michael Faraday, who was the third of four children, having only the most basic school education, had to educate himself.


Famous Personalities from 
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Eddy Grant

Musical Artist

Edmond Montague "Eddy" Grant is a Guyanese British musician. The Allmusic journalist Jo-Ann Greene noted: "Eddy Grant stands among an elite group of artists as one who has not just merely moved successfully across the musical spectrum, but has actually been at the forefront of genres and even created one of his own. From pop star to reggae radical, musical entrepreneur to the inventor of ringbang, the artist has cut a swath through the world of music and made it his own."


C. C. H. Pounder

Actor

Carol Christine Hilaria Pounder, known professionally as C. C. H. Pounder, is a Guyanese-born American film and television actress. She has appeared in numerous films, made-for-television films, television miniseries and plays, and has made guest appearances on notable television shows. From 2002 to 2008, she starred as Detective Claudette Wyms in the FX Networks police drama The Shield. In 2009, she starred as Mo'at in James Cameron's film Avatar. She currently appears in recurring roles as Irene Fredric on the TV series Warehouse 13, and DA Tyne Patterson on the TV series Sons of Anarchy.


Mad Professor

Dub Artist

Mad Professor is a Guyanese dub music producer and engineer known for his original productions and remix work. He is considered one of the leading producers of dub music’s second generation and was instrumental in transitioning dub into the digital age. He has collaborated with reggae artists such as Lee "Scratch" Perry, Sly and Robbie, Pato Banton, Jah Shaka and Horace Andy, as well as artists outside the realm of traditional reggae and dub, such as Sade, Massive Attack, The Orb, and Brazilian DJ Marcelinho da lua.


Valerie Amos, Baroness Amos

Politician

Valerie Ann Amos, Baroness Amos, PC is the eighth and current UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator. Before her appointment to the UN, she had been British High Commissioner to Australia. She was made a Labour life peer in 1997 and served as Leader of the House of Lords and Lord President of the Council. When Amos was appointed Secretary of State for International Development on 12 May 2003, following the resignation of Clare Short, she became the first black woman to sit in the Cabinet of the United Kingdom. She left the Cabinet when Gordon Brown became Prime Minister. She was then nominated to become the European Union Special Representative to the African Union by Brown. In July 2010 Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon announced Baroness Amos's appointment to the role of Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator.


James Douglas

Politician

Sir James Douglas KCB was a company fur-trader and a British colonial governor on Vancouver Island in northwestern North America, particularly in what is now British Columbia. Douglas worked for the North West Company, and later for the Hudson's Bay Company becoming a high-ranking company officer. From 1851 to 1864, he was Governor of the Colony of Vancouver Island. In 1858, he also became the first Governor of the Colony of British Columbia, in order to assert British authority during the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush, which had the potential to turn the B.C. Mainland into an American state. He remained governor of both Vancouver Island and British Columbia until his retirement in 1864. He is often credited as "The Father of British Columbia".


Alvin Kallicharran

Cricket Bowler

Alvin Isaac Kallicharran is a former West Indian batsman of Indo-Guyanese ethnicity who played from 1972 to 1981. Kallicharran was born in Georgetown, British Guiana. His brother Derek played first class cricket for Guyana and later the United States of America. A left-handed batsmand and right-arm off spinner, Kallicharran was known for his elegant, watchful batting style. He was a Wisden Cricketer of the Year for 1973. He was part of the 1975 and 1979 team that won the Cricket World Cup. His highest innings was a score of 187 against India in the 1978–79 tour. 


Wilson Harris

Novelist

Sir Theodore Wilson Harris is a Guyanese writer. He initially wrote poetry, but has since become a well-known novelist and essayist. His writing style is often said to be abstract and densely metaphorical, and his subject matter wide-ranging. Harris is considered one of the most original and innovative voices in postwar literature in English.


Who is most influential celebrity in Applied Science (Adsorption Parameters)?

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Guyana is located in northern South America. Guyana is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean, Venezuela to the west, Brazil to the south, and Suriname to the east.


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Honorary Degree are awarded for recognizing  distinguished contribution by reputed experts in their field. Honorary Degree are superior from academic degree, because they are earned from prestigious contribution, which sets standards for others to follow. Because of well established contribution of Legends, Honorary Degree do not require the candidate to complete course work, and course duration like in academic degree. Indeed, Honorary Degree is 'honor', the best a candidate can be recognized! Examples of Honorary Degree are Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D. This page contains detailed information on how to apply for Honorary Degree and admission procedure.


What are highest post-doctoral degrees?

The Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D are the highest post-doctoral degrees.


Applications are invited for award of Honorary D.Sc. Degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas.


Honorary D.Litt. are awarded in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas.


Honorary LL.D. in the discipline of Law and other related areas are awarded to a candidate whose work and research have made distinct contributions to the advancement of knowledge.


Honorary Doctor of Science (Latin: Scientiae Doctor), is usually abbreviated Sc.D., D.Sc., S.D., or D.S., is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars. Honorary Doctor of Science is superior in terms of honor and recognition compared to Doctor of Science earned through course work.


Eligibility for Honorary D.Sc.


A candidate who is awarded Honorary Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas by university or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any university may present his/her candidacy for the degree of Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) provided he/she must have:


Done Doctoral work in Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas and have published 2 research papers in journals.


Or


Post Ph.D. experience and have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.


Or


Post Ph.D. experience with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his / her  research or contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts in the concerned field and his/her work and effort which should have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.


How to apply for Honorary D.Sc

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Application Form for Honorary D.Sc 

Name of Program: Honorary D.Sc

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any


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After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. by payment of registration fee.



Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt., Litt.D., D. Lit., or Lit. D.; Latin Litterarum Doctor or Doctor Litterarum) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars. Honorary Doctor of Letters is superior in terms of honor and recognition compared to Doctor of Letters earned through course work.


Eligibility for Honorary D.Litt.


A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) provided that he/she:


Done post-doctoral work in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas and has published 2 research papers in journals.


Or


Post Ph.D. experience of more than 2 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,


Or


Ph.D. with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

How to apply for Honorary D.Litt.

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Litt. shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary D.Litt. 

Name of Program: Honorary D.Litt.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any


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After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary D.Litt. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Litt. by payment of registration fee.



Applications are invited for Honorary Ph.D from eminent persons, who have made significant contribution. Honorary Doctor of Philosophy is superior in terms of honor and recognition compared to Doctor of Philosophy earned through course work.


Eligibility for Honorary Ph.D


A candidate who is awarded Masters degree in any discipline of Arts / Science / Management / Commerce / Engineering / Medical Science / Sports / Pharmacy / Law or other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Ph.D provided that he/she has:


Minimum 2 years post Masters Degree experience or has published 3 research papers in journals.


Or


Post Masters degree experience of more than 3 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,


Or


Masters degree with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.


How to apply for Honorary Ph.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

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Name of Program: Honorary Ph.D

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any


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Honorary Legum Doctor (Latin: "teacher of the laws") (LL.D; Doctor of Laws in English) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars. Honorary Legum Doctor of Science is superior in terms of honor and recognition compared to Legum Doctor earned through course work.


Eligibility for Honorary LL.D


A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the discipline of Law and related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Doctor of Laws (LL.D) provided that he/she has:


Minimum 2 years post Ph.D. teaching experience or Law practice in Court and has published 2 research papers in journals.


Or


Have post Master of Laws (LLM), Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) experience of more than 2 years in the discipline of law and related areas, at least three recommendations/referrals of his work or contribution from nationally/internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society in the field of law.

How to apply for Honorary LL.D

A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary LL.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

Application Form for Honorary LL.D. 

Name of Program: Honorary LL.D.

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any


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After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted Application Form for the candidacy of Honorary LL.D. Once the Application is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary LL.D. by payment of registration fee.





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A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

 Name of Program: ?

• Bio-data with full particulars (academic and research/ Industrial/ Administrative)

• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any


After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted proposal for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D Once the proposal is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. / Honorary D.Litt. / Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.

  

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