Dr. Markandeya  Tiwari

Dr. Markandeya Tiwari

Assistant Professor
Indian Institute of Technology BHU Varanasi

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from CSIR-Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, India

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With an expert ability to utilize my professional skills in the field of environment, seeking a challenging and rewarding position in a firm, aspiring to develop, lead and contribute to the organization overall goals.

1. Worked as an Executive-Environmental Engineer in Green Circle Inc. Vadodara from 2012-13.
2. Worked as Project Engineer in IIT Kanpur under Prof. Mukesh Sharma (Prof. Civil Engineering) and CSIR-IITR Lucknow under Dr. G.C. Kisku (Chief Scientist EMD) from 2011-12.
3. Worked as an Environmental Engineer in Analytical Labs Ltd. New Delhi in environmental section from 2009-10

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
Air Pollution
Environmental Engineering
Wastewater Treatment
Environmental Health

Selected Publications

  1. Shukla, S.P., Sonam, Markandeya, D. Mohan and G. Pandey, 2017. Removal of fluoride from aqueous solution using Psidium guajava leaves. Desalination Water Treat., 62: 418-425.
  2. Markandeya, S.P. Shukla, N. Dhiman, D. Mohan, G.C. Kisku and S Roy, 2017. An efficient removal of disperse dye from wastewater using zeolite synthesized from cenospheres. J. Hazard. Toxic Radioact. Waste, Vol. 21, No. 4. 10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000369.
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  3. Markandeya, S.P. Shukla and D. Mohan, 2017. Toxicity of disperse dyes and its removal from wastewater using various adsorbents: A review. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., (In Press). .
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  4. Markandeya, N. Dhiman, S.P. Shukla and G.C. Kisku, 2017. Statistical optimization of process parameters for removal of dyes from wastewater on chitosan cenospheres nanocomposite using response surface methodology. J. Cleaner Prod., 149: 597-606.
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  5. Dhiman, N., Markandeya, F. Fatima, P.N. Saxsena, S. Roy, P.K. Rout and S Patnaik, 2017. Predictive modeling and validation of arsenite removal by a one pot synthesized bioceramic buttressed manganese doped iron oxide nanoplatform. RSC Adv., 7: 32866-32876.
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  6. Dhiman, N., Markandeya, A. Singh, N.K. Verma, N. Ajaria and S. Patnaik, 2017. Statistical optimization and artificial neural network modeling for acridine orange dye degradation using in-situ synthesized polymer capped ZnO nanoparticles. J. Colloid Interface Sci., 493: 295-306.
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  7. Tiwari, M. and G.C. Kisku, 2016. Impact assessment of Gomti river water quality after immersion of idols during Durga Utsav. Biochem. Anal. Biochem., Vol. 5. 10.4172/2161-1009.1000287.
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  8. Ojha, A. and Markandeya, 2016. Lignin decolorization and degradation of pulp and paper mill effluent by ligninolytic bacteria. Iranica J. Energy Environ., 7: 282-293.
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  9. Markandeya, G.C. Kisku and S.P. Shukla, 2016. Possible role of aerosols in climate change and cloud formation emission released from coal based power plant. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., (In Press). .
  10. Markandeya, D. Pratap, V. Kumar and N.K. Shukla, 2016. Seasonal variation of ozone in industrial area of Singrauli, India. Middle-East J. Scient. Res., 24: 11-14.
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  11. Kumar, A., V. Kumar, N. Dhiman, A. Ojha, P. Bisen, A. Singh and Markandeya, 2016. Consequence s of environmental characteristic from livestock and domestic wastes in wetlan d disposal on ground water quality in Lucknow (India). Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 3: 112-119.
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  12. Kisku, G.C., Markandeya, H. Kushwaha and S. Arora, 2016. Environmental health risk estimation of heavy metals accumulated in soil and cultivated plants irrigated with industrial effluents. Adv. Recycling Waste Manage., Vol. 1. 10.4172/ arwm.1000108.
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  13. Tiwari, M., S.P. Shukla, D. Mohan, D.S. Bhargava and G.C. Kisku, 2015. Modified cenospheres as an adsorbent for the removal of disperse dyes. Adv. Environ. Chem. 10.1155/2015/349254.
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  14. Markandeya, S.P. Shukla and G.C. Kisku, 2015. Linear and non-linear kinetic modeling for adsorption of disperse dye in batch process. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., 9: 320-331.
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  15. Markandeya, A. Singh, S.P. Shukla, D. Mohan and N.B. Singh et al., 2015. Adsorptive capacity of sawdust for the adsorption of MB dye and designing of two-stage batch adsorber. Cogent Environ. Sci., Vol. 1, No. 1. 10.1080/23311843.2015.1075856.
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  16. Kisku, G.C., Markandeya, S.P. Shukla, D.S. Singh and R.C. Murthy, 2015. Characterization and adsorptive capacity of coal fly ash from aqueous solutions of disperse blue and disperse orange dyes. Environ. Earth Sci., 74: 1125-1135.
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  17. Tiwari, M., S.P. Shukla, N.K. Shukla, R.B. Singh, N. Mumtaz, V.K. Gupta and V. Singh, 2014. Emission profile of pollutants due to traffic in Lucknow City, India. Int. Res. J. Public Environ. Health, 1: 150-157.
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