Pankaj Kumar Chaurasia, Ph.D. (Editor 1) is presently working as an Assistant Professor in the P.G. Department of Chemistry, L.S. College, B.R.A. Bihar University, Muzaffarpur. He has experience of teaching in Post Graduate (PG), Under Graduate (UG) as well as I.Sc. He has a strong academic as well as research career. He had qualified ‘National Eligibility Test (NET)’ in 2009 as CSIR-JRF (NET) and was awarded with SRF-NET in 2012. He received ‘Ph.D. degree’ in 2014. He has worked as ‘Guest Faculty’ (2016-2017) in Department of Chemistry, University of Allahabad, Prayagraj (A Central University of India). He has been awarded with ‘Research Associateship’ by CSIR-New Delhi (India) in 2017 and after it; he worked as CSIR-RA in Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology (MNNIT), Allahabad/Prayagraaj (India). He is highly engaged in teaching as well as research works. Presently, he is supervising four Ph.D. research scholars. He has more than 50 publications (Books/papers in Journals/ papers as book chapters in edited books) with international journals/publishers of repute. He has expertise in wide research areas viz., biological chemistry, biotechnology, microbiology, enzymology, organometallic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, and environmental chemistry.
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