National Institute of Plant Genome Research
Digital India     
    Dr. Alok Krishna Sinha
    FNASc, Staff Scientist VI
    Ph.D: National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow
    Postdoctoral Fellow: University of Regensburg (AvH fellow) and University of Wuerzburg Germany
    Tel: 91-11-26741612,14,17 Ext. - 188
    Direct - 26735188
    Fax: 91-11-26741658

 Current Members

S. No.
Designation E-mail ID

Siddhi K Jalmi

Ph. D. Student

Pallavi Singh

Ph. D. Student

Deepanjali Verma

Ph. D. Student

Prakash Kumar Bhagat

Ph. D. Student

Stanzin Noryang

Ph. D. Student

Amit Kumar Kushwaha

Research Associate

Sunil Kumar

Technical Staff Grade I

 List of Ph. D. Students

S. NoNameThesis TitleYear
1.Ms. Jyoti BatraMolecular and phytochemical studies of Catharanthus roseus (L.) G. Don hairy root cultures for production of terpenoid indole alkaloids2008
2.Mr. Santosh KumarCloning and characterization of gene encoding peroxidase from Catharanthus roseus2009
3.Mr. Kundan KumarInvestigation of the role of Mitogen activated protein kinase in Oryza sativa under abiotic stress conditions2009
4.Ms. Monika JaggiInvestigations on Catharanthus roseus and Agrobacterium rhizogenes interactions for the production of terpenoid indole alkaloids2009
5.Mr. K. Prabhakara RaoCharacterization of Mitogen activated protein kinase gene family in Oryza sativa2010
6.Mr. Susheel Kumar RainaStudy of effects of abiotic stress on terpenoid indole alkaloid production in Catharanthus roseus2010
7.Mr. Dhammaprakash P WankhedeStudy of the interactome map among the members of Mitogen activated Protien Kinase (MAPK) cascade in Oryza sativa.2011
8. Ms. Vishmita Sethi Investigation of overlapping functions of ZBF1/ MYC2 in MAPK and light signaling pathways in Arabidopsis seedling development 2013
9. B. Raghuram Regulation of MAP Kinase signaling cascade by microRNAs in Oryza sativa 2014
10.. Arsheed Hussain Sheikh Identification and Characterisation of Novel Interacting Partners of Mitogen Activated Protein Kinases in Oryza sativa 2015