STUDENT R&D CLUB

  • Student R&D club serves as a forum for motivated undergraduate and postgraduate students to gain exposure to current research taking place and beyond through seminar speaker presentations and discussion. Additionally, the club provides members with the opportunity to practice reading, interpreting, and presenting scientific journal articles of their choice, critical skills necessary for success in any research laboratory as well as in any graduate or professional courses. In achieving these goals, the TNM R&D Cell aims to inspire members to pursue future research and discovery in the Biological Sciences.
  • TNM R&D Cell will host a seminar, presentation by prominent research scientists, read a relevant article, and invite the researcher to our meeting for discussion. We will also have a meeting that provides opportunities for members to present their own research or a research article of their choice.
  • RESEARCH PROJECTS

    COMPLETED PROJECTS

    • “A Novel Skin Cleansing Preparation” - a project funded by DRDE, Gwalior.
    • "In Vivo Dose Response of Anti-inflammatory Effect & Toxicity Evaluation of BCM-95" - a project funded by Arjuna Natural Extracts Limited, Alwaye, Kerala

    ONGOING PROJECTS

    • "Protective Effect of Carsia Tora for Fluoridation Present in Various Regions of Madhya Pradesh" - a project funded by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal
    • "Contribution to the Ethnobotanical, Phytochemical & Pharmacolological Studies of traditionally used medicinal plants in the treatment of some common ailments" - a project funded by Madhya Pradesh Council of Science & Technology, Bhopal

    APPLIED PROJECTS

    • SDP on “Recent Advancements in Drug Discovery” - submitted for approval to AICTE
    • "Development of formulations of new derivatives of DEPA as a well known insect repellant" - submitted to DST, Ministry of Science & Technology, New Delhi
    • "Effect of herbal extract on hematological parameters and hepatic oxidative stress against fluoride induced toxicity in animals." - submitted to Madhya Pradesh Biotechnology Council (MPBC) BHOPAL

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