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BIO-DATA

1. Name (in block letters) : Dr. KUNDAN PRASAD

2. Father’s name : Shri Lalu Ram

3. Date of birth : 30-06-78

4. Address for correspondence : Vill-Danora (Rai pul ke pas), P.O.- Siltham Distt-Pithotaragarh-262501

5. Permanent address : Vill- Bajeta P.O.- Bansbagar Distt-Pithoragarh. –262555 Ph – 0941039212951, 09690766978

6. E- mail Address : gicgarkha@gmail.com


7. Community : SC

8. Nationality : Indian

9. Educational qualifications :

Exam passed Year Board/University Div. % Subjects izkIrkdz@ iw.kkad High School 1994 U.P. Board, Allahabad IIIrd 40.5 Science 243/600 Intermediate 1996 U.P. Board, Allahabad IInd 53.4 Science 257/500 B.Sc. 1999 K.U. -Nainital IInd 54.7 ZBC 739/1350 M.Sc. 2001 K.U. -Nainital Ist 60.9 Organic Chemistry 731/1200 Ph. D. 2009 K.U. -Nainital Chemistry Title of Thesis  : “Phytochemical Investigation of Euphorbia, Pouzolzia and Pavetta

                              species from Kumaon Himalaya”.

Supervisor  : Prof. Ganga Bisht, D.S.B. Campus, Kuamun University, Nainital (U.K.).

Experience:

• Worked as Senior Research Fellow in the project entitled “Development of pesticide residue free IPM package of major vegetables” in the Department of Natural Resource Management at ICAR Laboratory Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi from 3rd oct 2001 to 30 March 2004 and my responsibilities were analysis of pesticide residue in vegetable by HPLC, GLC and spectrophotometer. • Worked as Senior Research Fellow in the project entitled “Development of technology to minimize post harvest losses for enhancing export possibilities of tomato, okra and cucumber” in the Department of Natural Resource Management at ICAR Laboratory Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi from 22 May 2003 to 10th April 2004 and my responsibility are analysis biochemical’s in vegetable.

• Worked as Junior Research Fellow in the project entitled “Dyanamics of biodiversity in response to disturbance gradient in forest of Kumaun Himalyas” in the Department of Natural Resource Management at G. B. Pant Institute of Himalayas Environment and Development, Kosi-Katarmal, Almora from 7 Oct 2005 to 15 Dec 2005 and my responsibility are analysis minerals in plants and soils.

• Presently work as PGT Chemistry lecturer Uttarakhand govt. School Gic Garakha Pithoragarh from 27 May 2006 to continue.

• Knowledge of handling GLC, GCMS, LCMS, ASS, UV, HPLC and FTIR.

Training/Workshop:

• Participated in seventeen days training on High performance Liquid Chromatograph (HPLC) and Gas Liquid Chromatograph (GLC) at Defense Research and Development Organization Laboratory Defense Agriculture research Laboratory, Pithoragarh from 8th April to 24th April 2002.

• Participated in ten days basic training on “Basics of pesticide residue analysis in vegetables and fruits” at ICAR Laboratory Indian Institute of Horticulture Research, (IIHR), Hessaraghatta, Bangalore from 15th -25th November 2002.

• Participated in training on “Plastic Recycling” by Udyamita Vikas Sansthan, Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow haled at Pithoragarh from 17 Feb to 30 March 1997 and gain third position.

• Participated in National Workshop on “Global promotion of traditional medicine in view of Institute-Industry relationship” by Department of Science and Technology, at faculty of Ayurveda, Institute of Medical Science, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi on 8th and 9th November 2002.

• Participated in a workshop on “Paryavaran Jagarukta Abhiyan” by Madhya Himalya Payravaran Sanshathan held at K. U. - Nainital on 28th May 1997 and secured second position.

Research Paper:

1. Pandey P.K.; Lingaswami T.M.S.; Pandey K.K.; De Niramal; Satpati S and Prasad Kundan, (2004) Dissipation pattern of dimethoate residue in cabbage. Vegetable Science. 31(2) pp-181-182. 2. Singh Jagdish, A. K. Upadhyay, Kundan Prasad, Anant Bahadur and Mathura Rai (2007). Variability of Carotenes, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Phenolics in Brassica vegetables. J. Food Comp. Anal. 20(2): 106-112. 3. Singh Jagdish, Mathura Rai, A. K. Upadhyay and Kundan Prasad (2007). Sinigrin (2-propenyl glucosinolate) content and myrosinase activity in Brassica vegetables. Int. J. Veg. Sci. 13 (2): 21 - 31. 4. Pandey P.K.; Lingaswami T.M.S.; Pandey K.K.; De Niramal; Satpati S and Prasad Kundan, (2007) Dissipation pattern of endosulfan residue in/on tomato fruits. Vegetable Science. 33(2). 5. Indra D. Bhatt, Kundan Prasad, Sandeep Rawat and Ranbeer S. Rawal (2008). Evaluation of antioxidant phytochemical diversity in Hedychium spicatum: a high value medicinal plant of Himalaya. Pharmacognosy Magazine Vol 4, Issue 16 (Suppl.), S202-S205. 6. I. D. Bhatt, Arvind Bhatt, Kundan Parsad, Sanjay Gairola, R.S. Rawal and Uppeandra Dhar (2008). Preliminarily Investigation on nutritional Properties of Artemesia maritime Linn. Ethnobotanical leaflets 12: 614-19. 7. Kalpana Moulekhi, Kundan Prasad, Ganga Bisht (2009). Constituents of volatile oil of seed bearing twig from Vitex negundo Linn. Indian perfumer. 53 No. 431-33. 8. K. Prasad, K. Moulekhi and G. Bisht (2010) Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Pavetta indica L. Leaves. Research Jouranl of Phytochemistry, 5(1): 66-69, 2011. 9. K. Prasad and G. Bisht (2011). Evaluation of nutritive, antioxidant and mineral composition in the leaves of Pavetta indica Linn. Research Jouranl of Phytochemistry, 5(1): 54-59 10. Kundan Prasad and Ganga Bisht, (2011). Evaluation of Nutritive Minerals and Antioxidants Values of Euphorbia thymifolia Linn. Current Research in Chemistry, 3: 98-105. 11. K. Prasad, Deepak Chandra and G. Bisht, (2014). Evaluation of Nutritive, Antioxidant and Mineral Composition in Wild Edible Rhizomes of Pouzolzia hirta Linn. Research Journal of Phytochemistry, 8: 9-15. 12. Kundan Prasad , 2014. Evaluation of Antioxidant, Vitamins, Phytochemicals and Nutritive Values of Euphorbia hirta Linn. Research Journal of Phytochemistry, 8: 47-51. 13. Kundan Prasad, S. Gupta and G. Bisht, 2014. HPLC Analysis of α-tocopherol and Vitamin C in Important Medicinal Plants of Uttarakhand Himalayas. Research Journal of Phytochemistry, 8(3): 74-77. 14. Kundan Prasad, Jagdish Singh and Deepak Chandra, (2014). Quantification of Antioxidant Phytochemicals in Fresh Vegetables Using High Performance Liquid Chromatography. Research Journal of Phytochemistry. 8(4): 162-167. 15. S. Gupta, K. Prasad and G. Bisht (2014), Macro and Micro Minerals Content in Some Important Indian Medicinal Plants. Research Journal of Phytochemistry. 8: 168-171. 16. K Prasad, K Moulekhi, G Bisht (2014). Preliminarily Investigation on Antioxidant Phytochemical in Some Medicinal Plants of Kumaon Region. Research Journal of Phytochemistry 8 (4), 199-204. 17. Deepak Chandra, Gunjan Kohli, Kundan Prasad, G. Bisht, Vinay Deep Punetha, K.S. Khetwal, Manoj Kumar Devrani and H.K. Pandey (2015). Phytochemical and Ethnomedicinal Uses of Family Violaceae. Current Research in Chemistry 7 (2): 44-52, 2015. 18. Kundan Prasad*, S. Gupta and G. Bisht(2014) Quantitative evaluation of -carotene and xanthophyll in some medicinal plants from Kumaon Himalayas. Research Journal of Phytochemistry. 8 (4): 205-209. 19. Deepak Chandra*, Kundan Prasad, G. Bisht and Vinay Deep Punetha (2015). Essential oil constituents of Swertia ciliata d.don ex g.don. from Kumaun Himalaya, Uttarakhand, india. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research.4(8): 1171-1176. 20. Deepak Chandra*, Kundan Prasad, Gunjan Kohli, G. Bisht, Vinay Deep Punetha, K. S. Khetwal and H. K. Pandey (2015). Essential oil composition of Acorus calamus from district-pithoragarh, uttarakhad, india. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume. 4(9): 1158-1166. 21. Deepak Chandra*, Gunjan Kohli, Kundan Prasad, G.Bisht, Vinay Deep Punetha, Amit Panwar and Veena Pande. (2016). Antimicrobial Activitiy of Swertia Ciliata, Acorus Calamus and Viola Serpens.World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research.5(6): 913-924. 22. Kavita Rawat*, Kundan Prasad and Ganga Bisht (2017). Chemical Compostion Of Essential Oil Of Excoecaria Acerifolia Collected From Kumaun Himalayas. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 6(7): 1261-1266. 23. Manoj Kumar Devrani, Kavita Rawat*, Deepak Chandra, Kundan Prasad and Ganga Bisht (2017). PHYTOCHEMICAL Studies And GC-MS Analysis of The Abies Pindrow . World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 6(7): 1261-1266. 24. Manoj Kumar Devrani1, Kundan Prasad, Deepak Chandra, Sapna Tewari and Ganga Bisht (2017). Phytochemical Studies And GC-MS Analysis of The Nychium Cryptogamia Collected from Kumaun, Himalayas, Uttarakhand. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 6 (10): 1203-1208. 25. Manoj Kumar Devrani, Kundan Prasad, Deepak Chandra, Anita Rana, Kavita Rawat and Ganga Bisht (2017). Study on The Chemical Constituents of The Essential Oil of Taraxacum Mitalii Collected From Kumaun, Himalayas, Uttarkhand. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 6 (10), 967-972 26. Deepak Chandra, Gunjan Kohli, Kundan Prasad, G. Bisht, Vinay Deep Punetha and H. K. Pandey. (2017). Chemical composition of the essential oil of Viola serpens from Bageshwar (Shama), Uttarakhad, India. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research.11(32): 513-517. 27. Deepak Chandra, Gunjan Kohli, Vinay Deep Punetha, Kundan Prasad, Ganga Bisht, K.S. Khetwal and H.K. Pandey, 2016. Phytochemical and Ethnomedicinal Uses of Family Gentianaceae. Current Research in Chemistry, 8: 1-9. 28. Chandan Ram, Pushpa Joshi and Kundan Prasad, (2017). Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Anaphalis Margaritacea from Munsyari, Pithoragarh, India. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 6 (14): 551-57. 29. Deepak Chandra and Kundan Prasad, (2017). Phytochemicals of Acorus calamus (Sweet flag). Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies 2017; 5(5): 277-281. 30. Rawat K, Prasad K, Bisht G (2017) Phytochemical Analysis and Antioxidant Activity Essential Oil of Anaphalis Contorta from Uttrakhand Himalayas. J Anal Pharm Res 6(2): 00172. DOI: 10.15406/japlr.2017.06.00172 31. Kavita R, Kundan P, Deepak C, Ganga B, I D Bhatt, et al. Phytochemical Analysis and Antioxident Activity of Leptodermis Lanceolata Essential Oil from Pithoragarh, Uttarakand, India. J of Pharmacol & Clin Res. 2017; 4(1): 555630. DOI: 10.19080/JPCR.2017.04.555630. 32. Kundan P, Deepak C. Antioxidant Activity, Phytochemical and Nutrients of Didymocarpus pedicellata r.br from Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand Himalayas, India. J of Pharmacol & Clin Res. 2017; 4(3): 555640. DOI: 10.19080/JPCR.2017.04.555640.

33. Deepak Chandra, Kundan Prasad, Gunjan Kohli, Manoj Kumar Devrani, G Bisht and Beena Pandey (2017). Antifungal activity of Swertia ciliata (Family- Gentianaceae), Acorus calamus (Family-Araceae) and Viola serpens (Family Violaceae) from Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand Himalayas, India. Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies. 5(6):06-10.

34. Kundan Prasad (2017). HPLC Analysis of Amino Acid and Antioxidant Composition of Three Medicinal Plants of (Pithoragarh) Uttarakhand Himalayas. J Anal Pharm Res 6(4): 00186. DOI: 10.15406/japlr.2017.06.00186.

35. Manoj Kumar Devrani*, Sapna Tewari, Sumit Kumar, Kundan Prasad, Deepak Chandra and G. Bisht1 (2017). Comparative chemical composition of the study of the essential oils of taraxacum mitalii collected from two different habitat types of kumaun, Himalayas. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research 6 (17), 858-864. 36. K Prasad, G Bisht (2011). Evaluation of nutritive, antioxidant and mineral composition of Pavetta indica Linn. leaves. Research Journal of Phytochemistry 5 (1), 54-59.10.3923/rjphyto. 2011.54.59. 37. Deepak Chandra, Gunjan Kohli, Vinay Deep Punetha, Kundan Prasad, Ganga Bisht, K.S. Khetwal and H.K. Pandey, 2016. Phytochemical and Ethnomedicinal Uses of Family Gentianaceae. Current Research in Chemistry, 8: 1-9. 10.3923/crc.2016.1.9. 38. Kundan Prasad and Deepak Chandra (2018). Amino Acid and Antioxidant Composition of Some Wild Edible Medicinal Plants of Uttarakhand Himalayas. Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2018, 10(2):40-48.


Abstract:

1. S. Singh, K. Prasad, G. Bisht and K. C. Tiwari (2004). Potential for Growing Medicinal Plants in the Middle Himalayan Range of Uttaranchal, Workshop on prospects of essential oil industry in Uttaranchal and the role of GC-MS in analysis of essential oils organized by Essential oil Association of India (September 24-25), Kumaun University Nainital. Pp-31. 2. K. Prasad, S. Gupta, S. Singh and G. Bisht (2006), Chemical composition of Osmanthus fragrans Lour. 93rd Science Congares.pp-59. 3. G. Bisht, K. Moulekhi and K. Prasad (2007). Chemical Constituents of Stephania glabra Miers. Annual Convention of Chemists organized by Indian chemical Society. Pp- c28-c29. 4. K. Prasad, G. Bisht and D. Mishra (2008). Investigation of Nutritive, Antioxidant and Mineral Values in wild edible rhizomes of Pouzolzia hirta Linn. 3nd Uttarakhand State Science Congress. 5. K. Moulekhi, K. Prasad and G. Bisht (2007), Chemical constituent of Volatile Oil of Seed bearing Twig from Vitex Negundo Linn. 2nd Uttarakhand State Science Congress. 6. Indra D. Bhatt, Kundan Prasad, Sandeep Rawat, Ranbeer S. Rawal (2007). Analysis of Hedychium Spicatum: A Potent Source of Natural Antioxidant. 2nd Uttarakhand State Science Congress. 7. K. Prasad, Deepak Chandra and G. Bisht, Preliminarily Investigation on Nutritive, Antioxidant, amino acid and Mineral composition in wild edible rhizomes of Pouzolzia hirta Linn. Annual Conference of Academica and seminar on Transition to Knowledge Based Society: Opportunities and Challenges, at Pithoragarh. March 15-16, 2009. 8. Kalpana Moulekhi, Kundan Prasad, G. Bisht, Preliminarily investigation on antioxidant phytochemical in some medicinal plants of Kumaon region. 10-12 November, 2009, 3nd Uttarakhand State Science Congress. 9. K. Prasad and Kalpana Moulekhi, , G. Bisht, Chemical composition of the essential oil of Pavetta indica Linn from Kumaon Himalaya, 10-12 November, 2009, 3nd Uttarakhand State Science Congress. 10. Kundan Prasad, S. Gupta G. Bisht, Deepak Chandra and P. Kushwaha (2010), Evaluation of antioxidant phytochemical in medicinal medicinal plants of kumaun Himalayas. 10-12 November, 2009, 5th Uttarakhand State Science Congress.

11. Shivani Joshi, Kundan Prasad, Ganga Bisht, Kalpana Moulekhi, H.K. Pandey, Devendra Mishra. (2009). Chemical composition of the essential oil of Pavetta indica Linn. From Kumaon Himalaya. 4 th Uttarakhand State Science & Technology Congress, pp. 170.

Popular Article: 1. Keetnashakon ka hamare swasthya par prabhav evam savdhania. Vishva Krishi Sanchar., July 2003 pp- 17, 18 and 24.

2. Sabjiyon main nashijeev ka prayog. Vishva Krishi Sanchar December 2003 pp- 54 – 56.

3. Sabjiyon main rasayanic nashijeev ka prayog aur esake avashesh ka hamare dainik jeeven par prabhav. kheti 2004(communicated).

Memberships: 1) - Life member of Central Himalayan Environment Association, Nainital.

Reference – 1- Dr Jagdesh Singh, Principal Scientist, Head biochemistry Department, Indian Institute of Vegetable Research, Varanasi. E mail id – jsingh@sify.com, ph 09415388435 PHONE NO. 91-0542-2635247; 2635236 FAX NO. 91-05443-229007.

2- Dr. H. K. Pandey, Scientist D, Head Herbal Medicine Division, Defense Research and Development Organization Laboratory Defense Agriculture research Laboratory, Pithoragarh. E mail id – hkpandey5@rediffmail.com, ph 09412042427

3- Prof. Ganga Bisht, Professor, Head of Chemistry Department, DSB Campus, Nainital, (K.U.) Email- gbisht@yahoo.co.in , ph 9411301225.

1. My LiveDNA is 91.1002 2. URL: http://livedna.org/91.1002 3. Orchid ID- 0000 0002 6374 7158 4. Author ID: 56118184600 5. Research ID- O-72112017

Editor/ Associate Editors 1. Associate Editors of Journal of Analytical & Pharmaceutical Research. 2. Associate Editors of Journal of Pharmacology & Clinical Research.

Computer Proficiency:

Knowledge of computer especially M.S. DOS, M.S. Word, Windows, DBMS, BASIC, C-Language, Power point, FOX PRO and Internet etc.


I solemnly declare that the information given above is true, complete and correct to the best of my Knowledge and belief.


Date: 28-Apr-18 Signature of the candidate Place: Pithoragarh (Kundan Prasad)