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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Biography

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.

EXPERIENCE
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
100%
Air Pollution
62%
Environmental Engineering
90%
Wastewater Treatment
75%
Environmental Health
55%

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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