Our Projects Department wise


BC1. Detection of various aminoacids from milk, orange, and lemon juices by chromatographic methods

BC2. Quantification of genomic DNA and RNA

BC3. Biochemical study of medicinal plant extracts.

BC4. In vitro antioxidant activity and total Phenolic content of few medicinal plants

BC5. In vitro antioxidant activity of vegetables and spices by Folin ciocalteau and DPPH assay

BC6. Two-way separation of aminoacids by electrophoresis followed by paper chromatography

BC7. Extraction of few plants by Soxhlet method and identification by TLC

BC8. Separation of compound mixtures using column chromatography and TLC

BC9. Hydrolytic, ketonic, oxidative rancidity of fats in junk foods.

BC10. Determination of oxidative stress in tobacco chewing population

BC11. Thin layer chromatography – crude plant extracts/compound mixtures

BC12. Column Chromatography – Separation of plant extracts / compound mixtures

BC13. Antioxidant enzymes in Sickle Cell Anaemia patients in Coastal Andhra Population

BC14. Inhibitory effect of plant extracts lipid peroxide formation in goats: Antioxidant studies

BC15. Effect of vitamin C on production of free radicals by neutrophils: Inhibitory studies

BC16. Induction and analysis of cytotoxic activity and hydroxyl radical formation in Ferritin

BC17. Determination of active sweet components of common artificial sweeteners that are used as replacement for sugar

BC18. Evaluation of antioxidant potential of Monodora myristica (african nutmeg)

BC19. Phytochemical analysis and the anti-inflammatory activities of methanol extract of crateva adansonii

BC20. Phytochemical and anti-inflammatory properties of methanol extract of crateva adansonii stem bark.

BC21. Phytochemical analysis and the anti-inflammatory activities of dichloromethane fraction of methhanol extract of crateva adansonii

BC22. The oxidative stress status of rats fed on oil bean seed meal

BC23. Preliminary phytochemical and antimicrobial screening of seed and coat of Citrus sinensis

BC24. Determination of pH value of pure water sachet and bore hole water

BC25. Extraction and characterization of white mucuna pruriens var. Utilis seed oil

BC26. Antibacterial evaluation of afang leaf extract and it’s synthesized silver nanoparticles

BC27. Evaluation of antioxidant potential of monodora myristica

BC28. Phytochemical analysis of selected tomato products


MB1. Comparative study performance of various chemical agents against microbes and their growth inhibitory characteristics

MB2. Microbial examination of spoilt fruit

MB3. Comparative analysis of the ash and moisture content of riped and unripe plantain (musa spp)

MB4. Isolation and identification of bacteria from food vendors

MB5. Production of protease by aspergillus flavus in solid state fermentation

MB6. Isolation and identification of bacteria associated with wound sepsis

MB7. Microbial food spoilage disorders (diseases) and its control

MB8. Microbial contamination of yoghurt

MB9. Extraction of cashew nut seed oil and its effect on coli form

MB10. Isolation identification and characterization of fungi associated with the spoilage of corn

MB11. Phytochemical constituents and antioxidant activities of the chloroform extract of Ocimum gratissimum plant (scent leaf)

MB12. In vitro determination of bactericidal effect of garlic on staphylococcus aureus

MB13. Bacteriological quality of pasteurized liquid milk samples sold at different shops

MB14. Antifungal activity of locally made soap on dermatophytes isolated from barbing equipment

MB15. Cultivation of mushroom using corn cob, sawdust and the mixture of both substrates

MB16. Isolation and identification of bacteria from food vendors and some vegetable available

MB17. Antibacterial activity of honey on staphylococcus aureus Escherichia coli and Streptococcus pyogen isolated from wound

MB18. Isolation and identification of escherichia coli as an indicator of faecal pollution in streams

MB19. Evaluation of antioxidant potential of monodora myristica (african nutmeg)

MB20. Isolation of bacteria and fungi by serial dilution method (can be extended further by plating methods)

MB21. Determination of MIC’s of few antibiotics and plant extracts against pathogen, soil organisms and fungi.

MB22. In-vitro Anti-Microbial and Brine-Shrimp Lethality Potential of the Leaves and Stem of Calotropis procera (Ait).

MB23. Production of biodegradable plastic (PHB) from Alcaligenes eutrophus and Bacillus megaterium: regulation by pH, light – dark cycle, N, P, and carbon sources.

MB24. Optimization of cultural and nutritional conditions on the growth of root nodule bacteria towards increased production of PHB.

MB25. PHB accumulation and subsequent biodegradation studies by pathogens and soil bacteria.

MB26. Assessment of The Antibacterial Activity Of Essential oils and medicinal plant crude extracts on Selected Food Borne Pathogens

MB27. Isolation, Phylogeny and Characterization of New α- amylase Producing Thermophilic Bacillus

MB28. Biodegradation studies of polyethylene & polyurethanes: Sturm test for the analysis of biodegradation of CO2 evolution.

MB29. Production of esterase & PHB depolymerises at different times of incubation, temperature, pH, carbon, nitrogen, and surfactants.

MB30. Assessment of antimicrobial potential of selected plants and their associated fungal endophytes.

MB31. Effect of pesticides concentrations sprayed in agricultural fields on soil microflora.

MB32. In vitro activity of certain drugs in combination with plant extracts against S.aureus

MB33. Isolation, identification and characterization of clostridium perfringens

MB34. In vitro studies on stimulation of gymnemic acid production using fungal elicitor in suspension and bioreactor-based cell cultures of gymnema sylvestre r.br.

MB35. Phylogenetic Placement of an Endophytic Fungus Fusarium oxysporum Isolated from Acorus calamus Rhizomes with Antimicrobial Activity. MB36. Exopolysaccharide and Poly-b-Hydroxybutyrate Coproduction in Rhizobium meliloti Strains.

MB37. In vitro Assessment of Antimicrobial Protection Chlorhexidine

MB38. Screening and antimicrobial assessment of traditional Indian medicinal plants.

MB39. Preliminary assessment of antimicrobial properties of aqueous extract of plants against infectious diseases.


BT1. Anti-Ageing Ability of Herbal Species with Special Reference to Hyaluronidase, Elastase Inhibition and Collagen Synthesis In vitro.

BT2. Anti-collagenase, anti-elastase and anti-oxidant activities of extracts from different plant sources

BT3. Biodegradation of polyethylene: Isolation and screening of plastic degrading micro-organisms.

BT4. Brine Shrimp Lethality Activity of Medicinal Plants

BT5. Environmental genotoxicity studies in marine fish and mussels.

BT6. Isolation and Characterization of Micro-Organisms Involved and Used as Bio-Pesticides

BT7. A Study on Solid Waste Microflora and Its Application in Biodegradation

BT8. Development and Formulation of Effective Microorganism Technology for the Effective Treatment of Dairy Industry Effluent

BT9. Isolation of protein from different sources

BT10. Differentiation in amount of casein present in various milk samples


MB1. Isolation of DNA by different perspective electrophoresis methods

MB2. The frequency of Human Papilloma Virus in formalin fixed and paraffin embedded biopsy tissues from cervical cancer patients.

MB3. Estimation of frequency of cdk3 allelic polymorphisms from randomly selected general population.

MB4. Estimation of frequency of Prothrombin allelic polymorphisms from randomly selected general population.

MB5. The PCR optimization of Mycobacterium tuberculosis qualitative detection.

MB6. The assessment of Analytical sensitivity and Clinical sensitivity of in-house developed Hepatitis B virus detection by PCR.

MB7. Simultaneous detection of mycobacterium and tuberculosis

PCYT1. Genotoxicity Testing of Neem Plant (Azadirachta indica) Using the Allium cepa Chromosome Aberration Assay.

PCYT2. Genotoxicity screening of Industrial wastewater using the Allium cepa Chromosome aberration Assay.

PCYT3. Genotoxic testing of wastewater sludge using the Allium cepa anaphase-telophase chromosome aberration assay.

PCYT4. Mutagenecity testing of pharmaceutical effluents on Allium cepa rot tip meristems.

PCYT5. Genotoxic testing of quizalofop-P-ethyl herbicide using the Allium cepa anaphase-telophase chromosome aberration assay.

PCYT6. Allium cepa chromosome aberration and micronucleus tests applied to study genotoxicity of extracts from pesticide- treated vegetables and grapes.

PCYT7. The Genotoxic Effect of Sewage Effluent on Allium Cepa.

PCYT8. Genotoxic effects of herbicide Illoxan (Diclofop - Methyl) on Allium cepa.

CCYT1. Assessment of potential antioxidant properties of vitamin C using SCE assay: Cytotoxicity/Genotoxicity

CCYT2. Assessment of potential antioxidant properties of vitamin C using SCE assay: Genotoxicity

CCYT3. A study establishing baseline frequency of sister chromatid exchanges and mitotic index in smokers and reverse smokers and reverse smokers to understand the impairment of DNA repair mechanism: A pilot study from costal Andhra population.

CCYT4. Estimation of drug (paracetamol or MMC) induced SCE’s in costal Andhra; An in vitro pilot study.

CCYT5. Establishment of Cytotoxic and Genotoxic potentials in cervical cancer patients.

CCYT6. Assessment of Cytotoxic and Genotoxic potentials of occupationally hazardous population.

PTC1. In vitro callusogenesis (callus induction) studies in medicinal plants PTC2. Plant regeneration studies

PTC3. Production of secondary metabolites through calli cultures.

PTC4 Studies on isoenzymes from calli cultures and plant samples

PTC5. Protein profiling in seed samples

PTC7. Generation of callus from cauliflower curds

PTC8. Study of callus growth on filter paper discs

PTC9. Development of callus from few explants and assessing their antioxidant potential in comparison with whole plant extracts

PTC10. Development of callus from few explants and assessment of their cytotoxicity potential.

PTC11. Production of Anticancer metabolites through Tissue Culture

PTC12. Development of callus from few explants and assessment of their cytotoxicity potential.

PTC13. Production of useful biochemicals by using higher-plant cell cultures PTC14. Micropropagation Protocol for Ecballium elaterium (L.) A. Rich

PTC15. Study of callus growth on filter paper discs

How we work

Briefing of Project Work

Experimental Design and Protocol Preparation


Training on basic experimental techniques and Commencement of Experiment

Analysis of Experimental Results


Guidance in Thesis Preparation and Certification on successful completion of project work