Dr. Kavita  Sharma

Dr. Kavita Sharma

Head of Department
Govt. Arts and Commerce Girls College, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Botany from Govt. Arts and Commerce Girls College, India

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Biography

Dr. Kavita Sharma obtained her Ph.D. in Botany from Govt. Arts and Commerce Girls College, India. She is having 28 years teaching experience. She was received 2011 Dharohar Rakshak Award and 2013 Ravindranath Taigore Award. She is fellow/life member of different societies such as of Society of Applied Biotechnology, and Biology Forum of India, life member of Aerobiological society of India, Mycological Society of India, and National cave research and protection organization. She is also serving as guest editor and member of editorial board in number of journals. She has published 6 books and 108 research papers and proceeding in international and national journals. She has visited numerous countries like Mauritius, Thailand, Singapore, and Hong Kong for paper presentations.

Area of Interest:

Molecular Sciences
100%
Microbiology
62%
Mycology
90%
Microbial Ecology
75%
Aerobiology
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Soni, R. and K. Sharma, 2014. Isolation, screening and identification of fungi from soil. Int. J. Scient. Res., 3: 472-473.
  2. Sharma, K., 2014. Ecological study of Aeromycoflora near sugar industry area. Indian J. Applied Res., Vol. 5. .
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  3. Sahu, S., K. Sharma and S. Patra, 2014. Aeromycological study of Hibiscus sabdariffa (Roselle) in winter season. J. Scient. Res., 3: 467-468.
  4. Luka, R.S., K. Sharma and P. Tiwari, 2014. Aeromycoflora of Jackman memorial hospital, Bilaspur (C.G.). Scholars Acad. J. Pharm., 3: 6-8.
  5. Luka, R. and K. Sharma, 2014. Seasonal variation of Aeromycoflora of apex poultry farm Bilaspur C.G. India. Indian J. Applied Res., 4: 537-538.
  6. Lanjewar, S. and K. Sharma, 2014. Intramural aeromycoflora of rice mill of Chhattisgarh. Int. Sci. J., 1: 40-45.
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  7. Gupta, S.P., K.S. Rana, K. Sharma and B.S. Chhabra, 2014. Antifungal activity of aq. leaf extracts of Ocimum Sanctum. Eur. Chem. Bull., 2: 609-611.
  8. Dubey, S., K. Sharma and A. Saraf, 2014. Screening and optimization of physicochemical conditions for protease production. Scholars World-IRMJCR, 2: 24-30.
  9. Chelak, E. and K. Sharma, 2014. Seasonal changes and incidance of aeromycoflora in dongargarh hilly area. J. Bio. Innov., 3: 257-260.
  10. Sharma, B., S. Gupta and K. Sharma, 2013. Natural folk remedy for Menorrhagia. J. Inform. Knowledge Res. Human. Soc. Sci., 2: 86-88.
  11. Sharma, B. and K. Sharma, 2013. Decompotion of leaf litter of some dominant species at Trends Life Sci., 2: 9-14.
  12. Parveen, S., S. Gupta, B. Sharma and K. Sharma, 2013. Survey of fungal diversity in water and its impact on human health. Trends Life Sci., 2: 1-5.
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  13. Gupta, S., E. Chelak, B. Sharma and K. Sharma, 2013. Chemical conservation of biodeteriorated monuments of Chhattisgarh. Trends Life Sci., Vol. 2. .
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  14. Biswas, J., K. Sharma, K.K. Harris and Y. Rajput, 2013. Biodeterioration agents: Bacterial and fungal diversity dwelling in or on the pre-historic rock-paints of Kabra-pahad, India. Iran. J. Microbiol., 5: 309-314.
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  15. Beena, S. and S. Kavita, 2013. Nutrient accumulation in various plant parts of dominant tree species of three different localities. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 16: 965-968.
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  16. Tiwari, S., S. Sahu, R. Luka and K. Sharma, 2012. Agricultural biodiversity at the level of starch content of seeds and its utilization during germination. J. Ecobiotechnol., 4: 107-109.
  17. Tiwari, S. and K. Sharma, 2012. Comparison of changes in sugar contents in the cotyledons of radish and lablab. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 4: 13-15.
  18. Sharma, K., 2012. Seasonal variation and ecological study of fungi in relation to biodeterioration. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 4: 6-8.
  19. Sharma, K., 2012. Prevalence of Aspergillus in the phyllosphere of Ocimum sanctum. J. Phytol., 4: 14-15.
  20. Sharma, K., 2012. Biodeterioration and microbial communities on the ancient monuments of Chhattisgarh, India. J. Res. Microbes, 1: 23-28.
  21. Sharma, K. and S. Parveen, 2012. Fungal diversity in Sondur dam and seasonal variation. J. Ecobiotechnol., 4: 67-68.
  22. Sharma, K. and J.N. Verma, 2012. Abundance of anamorphic fungi in the air of Dongargarh hill-top. Elixir Bio Tech., 43: 6580-6582.
  23. Sharma, B. and K. Sharma, 2012. Biological spectrum of the flora of Ajmer sand Dunes. Elixir. Applied Bot., 44: 7367-7369.
  24. Nafis, A. and K. Sharma, 2012. Isolation of aeromycoflora in the indoor environment of chawri bazaar metro-railway station, Delhi, India. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 4: 4-5.
  25. Gupta, S.P., K. Sharma and B.S. Chhabra, 2012. Biodeterioration and chemical conservation of Bhimkichak Temple, Malhar, Chhattisgarh, India. Conserv. Sci. Cult. Heritage, 12: 135-147.
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  26. Gupta, S.P. and K. Sharma, 2012. Fungal diversity and ecology on historic monuments of Chhattisgarh. J. Ecobiotechnol., 4: 170-171.
  27. Gupta, S.P. and K. Sharma, 2012. The role of fungi in biodeterioration of sandstone with reference to Mahadev temple, Bastar, Chhatisgarh. Recent Res. Sci. Technol., 4: 18-21.
  28. Gupta, S., D. Shrivastava and K. Sharma, 2012. Polyhydroxy alkanoates and ecofriendly approach to conventional plastics. J. Ecobiotechnol., 4: 244-245.
  29. Gupta, S. and K. Sharma, 2012. Distribution and effects of fungi on sandstone with reference to Bhimkichak temple, malhar of Chhatisgarh. Int. J. Curr. Res., 4: 45-47.
  30. Gaikwad, S. and K. Sharma, 2012. Comparison of changes in amylase activity in the cotyledons of radish and lablab. J. Phytol., 4: 30-32.
  31. Dutta, A., K. Sharma, S. Lanjewar and E. Chelak, 2012. In-vitro and evaluation of antibacterial activity of cassia fistula. J. Ecobiotechnol., 4: 199-200.
  32. Tiwari, S. and K. Sharma, 2011. Comparison of changes in starch contents in the cotyledons of Radish and Lablab. Int. Multidiscip. Res. J., 1: 21-24.
  33. Sharma, K., M. Agrawal, M.S. Mishra and K.V. Badar, 2011. Incidence of airborne fungal spores in the air of hill top. J. Exp. Sci., 2: 26-28.
  34. Sharma, K., M. Agrawal and A.K. Jaiswal, 2011. Biodeterioration of ancient monuments: Problem and prospects. Curr. Bot., 2: 23-24.
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  35. Sharma, K., K.P. Verma and Motilal, 2011. Fungal involvement in biodeterioration of ancient monuments: Problem and prospects. J. Phytol., 3: 15-17.
  36. Sharma, K., K. Pandey and S. Dubey, 2011. Exploitation of phosphate solubilization potential of fungi for agriculture. Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Commun., 3: 220-221.
  37. Sharma, K., 2011. Survey of aerophyllo mycoflora of Ocimum sanctum plant in relation to environmental factors. Int. J. Recent Scient. Res., 3: 85-87.
  38. Sharma, K., 2011. Mould biodiversity of certain leaf surface, air and soil borne mycoflora. Int. J. Soil Sci., 6: 31-33.
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  39. Sharma, K., 2011. Inorganic¬ phosphate solubilization by fungi isolated from agriculture soil J. Phytol., 3: 11-12.
  40. Sharma, K., 2011. Concentration and species diversity of airborne fungi of Dongargarh. Int. Multidiscip. Res. J., 1: 34-36.
  41. Sharma, K., 2011. Comparative study of aeromycoflora in relation to soil mycoflora of hhattisga tea garden. Comparative study of aeromycoflora in relation to soil mycoflora of hhattisga tea garden.India Rece 3: 84-86.
  42. Sharma, K. and S. Parveen, 2011. Ecological study of fungi isolated from the surface water of Dudhawa Dam Dhamtari, Chhattisgarh, India. J. Phytol., 3: 6-8.
  43. Sharma, K. and S. Dubey, 2011. Biotechnology and conservation of medicinal plants. J. Exp. Sci., 2: 60-61.
  44. Sharma, K. and Motilal, 2011. Involvement of fungi in biodeterioration of ancient monuments. Int. J. Applied Biol., 2: 41-43.
  45. Sharma, K. and M. Agrawal, 2011. Prevalence of airborne Aspergillus in the air of monuments: Impact on biodeterioration. Human Health Curr. Bot., 2: 25-26.
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  46. Sharma, K. and J.N. Verma, 2011. Frequency of fungi at different heights of Dongargarh, India. Curr. Bot., 2: 15-17.
  47. Sharma, K. and A. Nafis, 2011. Aeromycological study of monument in relation to environmental factors. Curr. Bot., 2: 9-10.
  48. Sharma, B. and K. Sharma, 2011. Phytosociololgical studies on the vegetation of sand dunes and sandy plains of Ajmer (Rajasthan). Curr. Bot., 2: 1-6.
  49. Sharaf, A., M.S. Mishra and K. Sharma, 2011. Antibacterial activity of commercial and wild Cinnamon species. J. Phytol., 3: 102-106.
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  50. Rai, S., A. Saraf, S. Padhe and K. Sharma, 2011. Trends in antifungal susceptibility among clinical isolates of Candida spp. Resistant to antifungals and natural products. J. Ecobiotechnol., 3: 3-5.
  51. Parveen, S., S. Lanjewar, K. Sharma and U. Kutti, 2011. Isolation of fungi from the surface water of river. J. Exp. Sci., 2: 58-59.
  52. Gupta, S.P. and K. Sharma, 2011. Biodeterioration and conservation of Sita Devi temple, Deorbija, Chhattisgarh, India. Int. J. Conservat. Sci., 2: 89-94.
  53. Gupta, S. and K. Sharma, 2011. Protection of ancient building with silane/siloxane and ethylsilicate based consolidant. Kausala, 4: 196-213.
  54. Gupta, S. and K. Sharma, 2011. Biological deterioration and their chemical conservation with reference to chandraditya temple. Barsoor J. Ecobiotechnol., 3: 12-15.
  55. Dubey, S., M. Garg and K. Sharma, 2011. Bioresources, biodiversity and eco-management. J. Exp. Sci., 2: 62-63.
  56. Dubey, S., K. Sharma and S. Lanjewar, 2011. Cypermethrin pesticides and application in agriculture. Lab. Land, 3: 304-306.
  57. Chandrashekhar, B., M.S. Mishra, K. Sharma and S. Dubey, 2011. Bio-ethanol production from textile cotton waste via dilute acid hydrolysis and fermentation by Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Ecobiotechnol., 3: 6-9.
  58. Sharma, K., U. Sharma, R.S. Luka and S. Lanjewar, 2010. Estimation of aeromycoflora of open environment. Lab. Land, 2: 44-47.
  59. Sharma, K., S. Lanjewar and R. Luka, 2010. Bioaerosol and health effects: Exposure and management. Lab. Land, 2: 193-195.
  60. Sharma, K., S. Lanjewar and R. Luka, 2010. Aeromycological survey of school environment. Biomed. Pharmacol. J., 4: 51-52.
  61. Sharma, K., R. Luka and S. Lanjewar, 2010. Isolation of soil mycoflora of Gangtok Sikkim. Curr. World Environ., 5: 123-125.
  62. Sharma, K., 2010. Soil mycoflora of darjeeling tea garden. Bioinfolet, 7: 142-143.
  63. Sharma, K., 2010. Phosphate solubilization capacity of Penicillium sp. Oriental J. Chem., 27: 101-103.
  64. Sharma, K., 2010. Isolation of soil mycoflora of Katao near Gangtok, India. J. Phytol., 2: 30-32.
  65. Sharma, K. and S. Parveen, 2010. The occurrence of mycoflora around Dam area. Res. Analysis Evaluat., 1: 43-44.
  66. Sharma, K. and S. Lanjewar, 2010. Mycological survey of aarang temple. Curr. World Environ., 5: 369-371.
  67. Sharma, K. and R. Luka, 2010. Spore calendar of Bilaspur city with special reference to allergy. Biomed. Pharmacol. J., 3: 267-268.
  68. Sharma, K. and R. Luka, 2010. Observation of airborne fungal flora of poultry farm. J. Pure Applied Micro., 4: 927-928.
  69. Sharma, K. and M. Sahu, 2010. Occurrence and diversity of soil borne mycoflora of Sikkim. Flora Fauna, 16: 195-197.
  70. Sharma, K. and M. Agrawal, 2010. Aeromycoflora of cold storage of Raipur. Res. Analysis Evaluation, 1: 1-3.
  71. Sharma, K. and K.L. Tiwari, 2010. Studies of aerophyllo mycoflora on Ocimum sanctum plant. Biosci. Biotechnol. Res. Asia, 7: 425-428.
  72. Sharma, K., 2009. Soil mycoflora of yumthang valley. Lab Land, 1: 42-45.
  73. Sharma, K., 2009. Incidence of fungal spores. Lab Land, 1: 98-101.
  74. Sharma, K., 2009. Aermycoflora of dwelling house. Lab Land, 1: 49-51.
  75. Sharma, K. and N.V.Y.A.S. Devendra, 2009. Role of industries in higher education. Lab. Land, 1: 138-141.
  76. Sharma, K. and K.L. Tiwari, 2009. Effect of leaf exudates. Plant Arch., 9: 835-836.
  77. Sharma, K. and K.L. Tiwari, 2009. Aeromycoflora of Ocimum sanctum. Flora Fauna, 15: 21-24.
  78. Tiwari, K.L. and K. Sharma, 2008. Leaf surface mycoflora of Ocimum sanctum. Plant Arch., 8: 667-669.