Parul Institute of Applied Sciences

Dr. Ritesh Vaidya

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Designation : Principal
Total Exp : 16 Years
Educational Qualification : Ph.D
Research Area :
Botany

Dr. Ritesh Vaidya is the Principal & Dean of Parul Institute Applied Sciences. He is a blend of research, academic as well as administrative experience. He joined academics as a Lecturer at Gyanyagna College of Science and Management and served in various capacities like Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor (Senior Scale), and Head (In-charge) at Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, Ganpat University, Ganpat Vidyanagar from July 2006 to September 2006 and from December 2008 to July 2009. His last assignment prior to joining Parul University was as Assistant Professor and senior most faculty member after Head in Botany Department in Sheth M. N Science College-one of the very prestigious science college of Hemchandracharya North Gujarat University, Patan.

He has to his credit, 1 Book chapter, 13 research and review papers published in National and International Journals. While working in Ganpat University, he bears different assignments such Placement co-ordinator for Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, In-charge of Instruments Maintenance Committee, Practical in-charge for one of the semester of Master of Science in Biotechnology programme and co-ordinator of Minaxi Lalit Science Test conducted by Gujarat Science Academy for Ganpat University. Dr. Vaidya has organized Vigyan Abhignyata Shibir under the leadership of Principal Sheth M N Science College and Head of Botany Department this year. He has delivered expert lectures in Gujarat State Biotechnology Mission sponsored crash workshop at IDM College of Science and Technology, Patan and at P. S. Science College, Kadi. Dr. Vaidya has played a role as a judge at district level competition in National Children’s Science Congress from time to time. He is a member of various professional bodies like National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi, Teacher member of Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangaluru and member of Gujarat Science Academy, Ahmedabad.

Contact Information
Office Phone02668260468
Email[email protected]
Membership
Teacher member of Indian Academy of Sciences Member of Gujarat Science Academy (No. 10) Life member of National Environmental Science Academy, New Delhi Board of Studies in Biotechnology, Examination Committee for Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences while working in Ganpat University.
Specialization
Specialization AreasPlant Micropropagation, Plant Reproductive Biology, Biodiversity and Taxonomy of Angiosperms, Plant Ecology
Subject Taught UGBiodiversity and Taxonomy, Plant Physiology, Genetic Engineering
Subject Taught PGCell Biology, Plant Biotechnology, Environmental Microbiology, Environmental Biotechnology, Instrumentation and Analytical Techniques
Institute / Organization Designation Duration
Parul Institute of Applied Sciences Principal & Dean Jun 2016 till date
Sheth M. N. Science College, Patan Assistant Professor Nov 2014 to Jun 2016
Mehsana Urban Institute of Sciences, Ganpat University, Ganpat Vidyanagar Assistant Professor (Senior Scale) Jul 2006 to Oct 2014
Gyanyagna College of Science and Management, Rajkot Lecturer Sep 2004 to Jul 2006
B. V. Patel Pharmaceutical Education and Research Development Centre, Ahmedabad Research Associate Oct 2003 to Sep 2004
Directorate of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants Research, Boriavi, Ta & Dist: Anand Senior Research Fellow Nov 2000 to Mar 2002
Qualification Specialization University Passing Year % Class
Ph. D. Plant Micropropagation and Plant Reproductive Biology Sardar Patel University, Vallabh Vidyanagar 2003 - -
M. Sc. Angiosperm Taxonomy M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara 1997 66% First
B. Sc. Botany Gujarat University 1995 64% First

Book

Title ISSN / ISBN No Publisher Volume Year
Vaccines IV: Merits, Demerits and Biohazards 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 4(1), pp. 49-63 2014
Vaccines III: Newer vaccines 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 4(1), pp. 91-101 2014
Vaccines I: types and significance of bacterial vaccines 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 3(2), pp. 407-426 2013
Vaccines II: types and significance of virus vaccines 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 3(2), pp. 293-310 2013
Comparative Pharamacognostic and Phytochemical Study of Fruit of Sapindus sp. ISBN-13: 9781933699257 Studium Press, LLC, USA RPMP-35 Phytoconstituents and Biochemical Processes 2013
A study on production of Ethanol by Sachromyces cerevisiae (Strains Y1, Y2 and Y3) and Zymomonas mobilis (MTCC 2428) using sugar molasses as a substrates 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(2), pp. 213-218 2012
A study on antimicrobial property of Triphenyl methane dyes 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(2), pp. 321-329 2012
Xylanase production by Aspergillus niger RKP2 using saw dust as a substrate 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(2), pp. 311-320 2012
Microbiolistic action of copper metal on certain species of Eenterobacteriaceae and Bacillaceae 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(2), pp. 291-296 2012
An overview of Methanogenic archaebacteria 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(2), pp. 267-281 2012
Lactobacillus casei: An important probiotic bacterium 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(1), pp. 25-36 2012
A study on In Vitro antimicrobial susceptibility of Uropathogenic species of Proteus 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(1), pp. 99-105 2012
A study on In Vitro antimicrobial susceptibility and growth kinetics of exopolysaccharides producing strain of Lactobacillus casei 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(1), pp. 63-66 2012
A case study on ground water quality of Paldi village of North Gujarat Region 2277-9493 Bioscience Guardian 2(1), pp. 85-89 2012
Clonal propagation of Aloe barbadensis Mill. An important medicinal plant via callus culture and plant regeneration 2277-9493 International Journal of “Bioscience Reporter 5(1): pp. 293-300 2007
Clonal propagation of Aloe barbadensis Mill. An important medicinal plant via apical meristem culture 0970-5767 Journal of Phytological Research 20(1): pp. 123-127 2007
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in Tribulus terrestris L. 0031-9449 Phytomorphology 50 (3 & 4): pp. 307-311 2000