D.K.M College For Women

( AUTONOMOUS )

Vellore - 1

Affiliated To Thiruvalluvar University

NAAC REACCREDITED

Principal

1 Name Dr.(Mrs).P.N.SUDHA
2. Qualifications M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Ed., Ph.D., DCPA, DIPC,
3 Date of Birth & Age 01.06.1963, 53Years
4 Nationality Indian
5. Marital Status Married
6.

 

Address
 

Permanent

No.201A, Thennamara Street,
Palavanchathu,
Vellore – 632 002
Tamil Nadu, INDIA.
e-mail : parsu8@Yahoo.com
Phone No. : 91-416 – 2260094
Cell :91 – 9842910157
Present -do-
7. Present post Principal (2013-till date)
8. Institution with address DKM College for Women,
Sainathapuram,
Vellore, Tamil Nadu,
Pin Code : 632 001.Phone No. 91-416 – 2263600.
Fax No: 91-416-2260550
9. Experience

Research

 

13 years

Research Fields Polymer Chemistry  and Nanotechnology
Bioremediation, Waste management
Phytochemistry
Biopolymers for tissue Engineering
Vermiculture Biotechnology
Research Papers Published –  170

(National and International)

·         Accepted for publication – 3

·         Abstracts in Conference proceedings – 55

·         Papers under preparation – 10

·         Accepted for publication – 3

·         Abstracts in Conference proceedings -55

·         Papers under preparation – 10

Books Published ·         Books:9

·         Book chapters:30

Symposia/Seminar / Conference / workshop attended ·         National – 30

·         International – 40

·         Workshop – 2

Awards ·         7th Rank in Madras University for B.Sc., Chemistry (1983)

·         Merit scholarship for M.Sc., Chemistry education

Research Guidence ·         Three Mini Projects by B.Sc., Chemistry Students.

·         M.Phil. – 51

·         Ph.D.

  1. Awarded – 24
  2. Submitted – 6
  3. Undergoing – 7
Inter – disciplinary Research
  1. Guidance extended to three Mini Projects undertaken by B.Sc., Chemistry students titled
  2. “Environmental Analysis of soil and water of Vellore region and Studies on Humic Acid from Vermicompost for sustainable Eco-system”
  3. “Composting- An eco-friendly method of waste management in Vellore region-An overview”.
  4. “Bio-transformation of chromium from tannery waste to chicken through poultry feed – A case study”.
  5. Guidance extended to a M.Sc., Microbiology student for a TNSCST sponsored project, “Anti bacterial activities of some plant extracts”. (Completed).
  6. UGC Minor Project “Acute toxicity studies of heavy metal and dredged material contaminated soils on earthworms and bioremediation using earthworm biotechnology”. (Completed)
    Soils on earthworms and bioremediation using earthworm biotechnology”. (Completed)
  7.  Research project in education – Funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, “Strengthening Science Education”. (Completed)
  8.   Research Project funded by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST) “Towards Chrome free Chicken – A pilot scale study to extract value added byproducts from chromium containing collagenous waste of tanneries in Ranipet area, Vellore district, Tamil Nadu”. (Completed).
Research Projects
  1.  Research project in education – Funded by Ministry of Human Resource Development – 1998 (completed). Rs. 16,000/-.
  2. Minor Project – Funded by University Grants Commission, Govt. of India – 2004, (Completed). Rs. 85,000/-
  3. Research Project – Funded by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology (TNSCST), 2007 – 2009. (Completed) Rs. 1,10,000/-
  4. Major Project – Funded by University Grants Commission, Govt. of India – 2012-2015 (Completed) Rs. 10,97,800/-
  5. Major Project – Funded by Water Technology Initiative (WTI) – Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India – 2016 (Ongoing) Rs. 37,35,000/-
Guide/Co – Investigator
  1. TNSCST Student Project Scheme “Antimicrobial properties of some plant extracts” – Rs. 4000/- Guide
  2. UGC Minor Project “Preparation of short kenaf fibre reinforced chitosan composite biosorbent for heavy metal contaminated wastewater treatment applications”   Rs. 1,60,000/-  (Co-Investigator)
  3. UGC Minor Project “Preparation, Characterization of nano chitosan based bio – composites for water treatment” – Rs. 1,75,000/-  (Co-Investigator)
Teaching 28 years (1987 – Till Date) in the Faculty of Chemistry
Institution Head – 2013 – till date
10 Improvement of Professional Competence
  1. Orientation course – 2 (1988, 1989)
  2. Refresher Course in Chemistry – 2 (2002, 2003)
  3. B.Ed. – Annamalai University – 1991
  4. M.Ed. – Annamalai University – 1994
  5.  DCPA (Diploma in Computer Programming and Application) – Annamalai University – 1997
  6.  DIPC (Diploma in Industrial Pollution Control) – Annamalai University – 2003
11 Technical Qualification
  1.  Computer knowledge
  2.  Operating System – DOS, Windows
  3.  Softwares – Ms-Word, Ms-Excel, Ms-Powerpoint and DTP
  4. Proficient in internet & E-mail operations.
  5. Knowledge in CHEM-SKETCH Software. SPSS Software, Graphpad prism
12 Examinership Examiner in U.G., P.G. and M.Phil. (Chemistry), Practical and Theory of University of Madras, Thiruvalluvar University.
13 Membership
  1. Ph.D. doctoral committee member (Thiruvalluvar University, Bharathiar University, Sathyabama University.
  2.  Member of Indian Science Congress
  3. Life member, Journal of Nature, Environment and Pollution Technology.
  4. Fellow of National Environmentalists Association. – Regional Coordinator
  5. Fellow of International Congress of Chemistry and Environment.
  6. Panel of Referees – Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Desalinisation, Journal of Hazardous materials, Taylor and Francis Book Publishers.
  7. Co-Editor – Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment
  8.  Bioinfo Publications Member – District Environment Committee
  9. Zonal Coordinator, National Environmentalists Association
  10. Inspection commission member and convener for the affiliation of new courses to different colleges under Thiruvalluvar University.
  11.   Fellow, Indian Academy of Sciences Chennai
14 Positions in the college (DKM College)
  • Vice President – Chemistry Association
  • NSS Programme Officer (3 Years)
  • Placement Officer (5 Years)
  • Co-ordinator of ‘Enviro Club’ 2006 to till date.
  •  In charge of ‘Student support centre’.
    Vice President and Executive Member Rural Society for the Advancement of Chemistry (RUSAC)
  • Member – College NAAC – IQAC

 

 

CONTRIBUTION TO COLLEGE ACTIVITIES

  1. Vice President of chemistry association– 4 times.
  2. Guided student projectson Environmental Sciences – 4 projects.
  3. Co-ordinator Research cell(2009 – 2013).
  4. Co-ordinator Student Grievance cell.
  5. Co-ordinator for Rotract Clubof Vellore Presidency for two years (2004-2005).
  6. Member (IQAC)– Internal Quality Assessment Committee of DKM College
  7. Assistant to NSS programme Officerand conducted NSS camps for 21/2 years.
  8. NSS Programme Officerfor 21/2 years and conducted 2 special camps on “Arivoli Iyakkam” 1991 & 1992.
  9. Organised intercollegiate NSS campat Museum, Vellore 1993.
  10. Co organiser for Cultural programmeat Chennai Trade fair – 1993.
  11. Incharge of Students SupportCentrefrom 2006 – till date. Through this the young students are given guidance and counseling on their education and also for their personal, family and peer group problems. Help is also provided through a trained counsellor.
  12. Placement Officer– 5 years (2003 – 2008).Conducted many job fairs, mock interviews, training on soft skill and entrepreneurship training given to our college students13-12-2010 TO 17-12-2010

 
PARTICIPATION IN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL BODIES

  1. D. doctoral committee member (Thiruvalluvar University, Bharathiar University, Sathyabama University)
  2. Member of Board of studies (UG & PG Chemistry)
  3. Muthurangam Govt. Arts College, Vellore
  4. Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi
  5. Sri Sankara College of Arts and Science, Kancheepuram
  6. Academic Council member
    Theivanai Ammal College for Women, Villupuram
  7. Academic Council member
    Joseph College, Cuddalore
  8. Principal selection committee member
    Thiruvalluvar University, Serkkadu
    Indo-American College, Cheyyar, Thiruvannamali Dt.
    Marudhar Kesari Jain College for Women,  Vaniyambadi
    Kaveripakkam College of Arts and Science, Kaveripakkam
  9. Member in Instrument purchase – Thiruvalluvar University
    Viva-voce Examiner
    Bharathidasan University
    Annamalai University
    Voorhees College, Vellore
    Sacred Hearts College, Thirupattur
    C. Abdul Hakeem College, Vellore
  10. D. Viva-voce Examiner
    Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi
    Inspection committee member
    Valliammai Women’s College, Villupuram
    Aravindar Arts and Science College, Kalasapakkam
    Sun Arts and Science College, Thiruvannamalai
    Dr. R.K.Shanmugam College of Arts and Science, Kallakurichi
  11. FDP Selection committee member – Islamiah College, Vanniyambadi
  12. Question paper setter
    Adhiparashakthi College, Kalavai
    Sacred Heart’s College, Thirupattur
    Muthurangam Govt. Arts College, Vellore
    Sathyabama University, Chennai
  13. Chief Guest  –
    Auxilium College, Vellore
    Seventh Day Adventist Matriculation Higher Secondary School
  14. Member of Indian Science Congress
    Life member, Journal of Nature, Environment and Pollution Technology.
  15. Fellow of National Environmentalists Association (FNEA)
  16. Fellow of International Congress of Chemistry and Environment. (FICCE)
  17. Panel of Referees – Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment, Desalinisation, Journal of Hazardous materials, Taylor and Francis Book publishers.
  18. Co-Editor – Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment
  19. Advisory Board member. Bioinfo Publications
  20. Member – District Environment Committee
  21. Zonal Coordinator, National Environmentalists Association.
  22. Practical Examiner – UG and PG (Several times)
  23. Examiner in Central valuation – UG and PG (Several times)
  24. Academic Council Member – Thiruvalluvar University – Yet to take Charge
    Collaborations
  • Dr. SeKwon Kim, Director marine bioprocess centre, Pukyong University, Busan, Korea.
  • Dr. Jayachandran Venkatesan, Research Professor, Pukyong University, Busan, Korea.
  • Dr. Bakruddin Ali Ahmad, Research Professor, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Dr. Sabu Thomas, Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Director, Centre for nanoscience and technology, Mahatma Gandhi University, kottayam, Kerala.
  • Dr. S.N.Joshi, Everest Biotech, Bangalore.
  • Sugumaran Anil,Bangalore
  1. Contribution to Societal Improvement.
  • Co-ordinator DKMC Enviro club 2006 – till date.
  • Incharge of DKMC Enviro club giving job opportunities to 15 women. Achieved 100% solid waste management. Income generation model proposed and in progress.
  • Short term entrepreneurship training was given to SHG women, comprising of 60 members on various job opportunities.  Training given on vermicomposting and waste management – 2 Batches – Sponsored by Tamil Nadu Women Development Programme.
  • Reported contamination of poultry feed with chromium and undertake a project funded by TNSCST for the removal of the same and succeeded in 89% removal.
    Member of District Environmental Committee and talked about the Pollution of Palar River by tanneries in the collector meeting.
  • Free consultation given to Organic Manure  Mills PVT limited, Minnur, Vinnamangalam, Sasi Enterprises, Namakkal and Arogya Bioproteins on value addition of their fertilizer and poultry feed in a ecofriendly manner.
    Awards
  • Name included in Marqui’s Whos Who for the year 2011.
  • Professional excellence Award in the field of education by Rotary club of Vellore Presidence in 2013.
  • Rotary district 3230 award for the  excellence in the Chosen profession in the year 2014.

Chair Person/ Invited Lectures

  1. Chair Person in the “International Congress Of Chemistry and Environment ” ICCE-2005 from 24th December 2005 to 26th December 2005 held at The Emerald Heights International School, Indore, India.
  2. Chair Person in the “Second International conference on polymer processing and characterization (ICPPC) ” held at Kottayam, Kerala,India from 15-17th January  2010.
  3. Chair person “1st  International Conference on recycling and reuse of materials (ICRM-2009)”  held at Kottayam, Kerala,India from 17th -19th July 2009.
  4. Invited talk and Chair person on Leather waste to value added products 1st  International Conference on recycling and reuse of materials (ICRM-2009)”  held at Kottayam, Kerala,India from 17th -19th July 2009.
  5. Chair person in the “National Conference on Interplay of Biological and Chemical Sciences” (NCIBCS) held at Thiruvalluvar University during January 6-8, 2010.
    Invited Lecture on Analytical Tools in Nano – Technology, In UGC Sponsored National Seminar at Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi.
  6. Chair Person in the State Level Seminar on “Evolutionary Research in Chemical Science” at  Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi, held on 16th October 2011.
  7. Delivered a Lecture in the “Rural Society for the Advancement of Chemistry (RUSAC)” held on 16th Feb 2008 at DKM College for Women, Vellore.
  8. Solid waste management – DST Sponsored Lecture DKM College – Two Batches
  9. Invited Talk on Waste Management in Educational Institutions, in National Seminar at Jaya Arts and Science College, Chennai.
  10. Keynote address on Zero Waste Management at National Integration Camp for NSS Volunteers conducted at DKM College for Women, Vellore
  11. Invited Lecture on Solid Waste Management (Several times)
  12. Resource talk on “Science and Technology for energy management” organized by IIPA at VIT Vellore.
  13. Orientation programme for NSS volunteers several times.
  14. Invited Lecture on environmental conservation to NSS Volunteers
  15. Coordinator for EDP Training Programme – 2 Batches – 60 women sponsored by Tamil Nadu Women Development Centre for 7 days.
  16. TEQIP Sponsored one week FDP programme on “Hazardous Waste Management and Safety Audit” organized by Govt. college of Engineering, Bargur.
  17. Solid waste management – DST Sponsored Lecture
  18. Invited Lecture on Leather waste to value added products, in Ist International Conference on Recycling and Reuse of Materials at Institute of Macromolecular Engineering, MG University, Kottayam.
  19. Invited Lecture on Waste Management in Educational Institutions, in National Seminar at Jaya Arts and Science College, Chennai.
  20. Invited Lecture on Analytical Tools in Nano – Technology, In UGC Sponsored National Seminar at Islamiah College, Vaniyambadi.
  21. Keynote address on Zero Waste Management at National Integration Camp for NSS Volunteers conducted at DKM College for Women, Vellore
  22. Invited Lecture on Solid Waste Management (Several times)Renewable energy resources – Biomass energy
  23. Resource talk on “Science and Technology for energy management” organized by IIPA at VIT Vellore.
  24. Orientation programme for NSS volunteers
  25. Invited Lecture on environmental conservation to NSS Volunteers
  26. Coordinator for EDP Training Programme – 2 Batches – 60 women sponsored by Tamil Nadu Women Development Centre

PAPERS PUBLISHED/ACCEPTED/COMMUNICATED

2017

  1. Thandapani Gomathi, P. Supriya Prasad, P.N. Sudha and Anil S, Size optimization and in vitro biocompatibility studies of chitosan nanoparticles, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules,2017, 104, 1794-1806.
  2. Saranya M, Latha S, Reddi MRG, Gomathi T, Sudha PN, Anil S. Adsorption Studies of Lead(II) from aqueous solution onto Nanochitosan /Polyurethane /Polypropylene glycol ternary blends. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules,2017, 104, 1436-1448. [IF: 3.671]
  3. Gokila S, Gomathi T, Sudha PN, Anil S. Removal of the heavy metal ion chromiuim(VI) using Chitosan and Alginate nanocomposites. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules2017, 104, 1459-1468. [IF: 3.671]
  4. Ajitha P.Vijayalakshmi K.Saranya MGomathi T.,  Rani K.Sudha P.N.Anil Sukumaran,Removal of toxic heavy metal lead (II) using chitosan oligosaccharide-graft-maleic anhydride/polyvinyl alcohol/silk fibroin composite, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, online 21 May 2017, 104, 1460-1482. [IF: 3.671]
  5. Lavanya R, Gomathi T, Vijayalakshmi K, Saranya M, Sudha PN, Anil S. Adsorptive removal of copper (II) and lead (II) using chitosan-g-maleic anhydride-g-methacrylic acid copolymer. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules2017, 104, 1495-1508.. [IF: 3.671]
  6. Vijayalakshmi, B. Mahalakshmi Devi, Srinivasan Latha, Thandapani Gomathi, P.N. Sudha, Jayachandran Venkatesan and Anil Sukumaran, Adsorption and desorption studies of lead (ii) ions on nanochitosan/sodium alginate/ microcrystalline cellulose beads, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 2017, 104, 1483-1494. [IF: 3.671]
  7. Angelin VinodhiniSangeetha K.Gomathi ThandapaniSudha P.N.Venkatesan JayachandranAnil Sukumaran, FTIR, XRD and DSC studies of nanochitosan, cellulose acetate and polyethylene glycol blend ultrafiltration membranes, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2017, 104, 1721-1729. [IF: 3.671]
  8. Supriya Prasad, Thandapani Gomathi and P.N. Sudha, Synthesis and Characterization Chitosan Schiff Base (CSB) and its Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) Blend, International journal of novel trends in pharmaceutical sciences, 2017, 7(2): 57-63.
  9. Gopal Reddi MR, Gomathi T, Saranya M, Sudha PN, Adsorption and kinetic studies on the removal of chromium and copper onto Chitosan-g-maliec anhydride-g-ethylene dimethacrylate. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules2017, 104, 1578-1585. (In press). [IF: 3.671]
  10. Thandapani Gomathi, P.N. Sudha, J. Annie Kamala Florence, Jayachandran Venkatesan and Anil Sukumaran. Fabrication of letrozole formulation using chitosan nanoparticles, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 2017, 104, 1820-1832. [IF: 3.671]
  11. Kumaran, K. Sangeetha, T. Gomathi and P.N. Sudha, Starch Based chitin ternary blend for the removal of contaminants from textile wastewaster, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutcal Research, 2017, 9(1): 19-26.
  12. Srividhya, M. Saranya, T. Gomathi and P.N. Sudha, Effective Adsorption of Chromium using Chitosan/Sodium Alginate/Polyethylene glycol ternary blends, International journal of novel trends in pharmaceutical sciences, 2017, 1, 1-13.
  13. Srividhya, K. Sangeetha, T. Gomathi and P.N. Sudha Preparation and Characterization of Chitosan (CN)/Polyethylene glycol (PEG) binary blend for Heavy metal Chromium removal, International journal of novel trends in pharmaceutical sciences, 2017, 1, 1-7.

2016

  1. Vijayalakshmi K, Devi BM, Sudha PN, Venkatesan J and Anil S, Synthesis, Characterization and Applications of Nanochitosan/Sodium Alginate/Microcrystalline Cellulose Film, J Nanomed Nanotechnol 2016, 7:6
  2. Sheela, K. Kalaiarasi, K. Vijayalakshmi & P. N. Sudha, “Optimization of Grafting Parameters of Nylon6-Graft-Acrylic Acid Copolymer Using Ceric Ammonium Nitrate as an Initiator”, International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 1, Issue 2, Page Number 9-16, 2016.
  3. Shakila, K. R. Rekha, K. Vijayalakshmi & P. N. Sudha, “Synthesis, Characterization and Optimisation of Carboxymethyl Chitosan Graft Gylcidyl Methacrylate Copolymer”, International Journal of Applied and Advanced Scientific Research, Volume 1, Issue 2, Page Number 38-46, 2016.
  4. M, Manley Backyavathy. D, and Sudha, P.N, Standardization of Suitable Vermiculture technology for the Remediation of Alcohol Based Distillery Effluent Polluted Agricultural Soil, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 20168 (19), 469-472.
  5. Perumalswamy, M., Manley Backyavathy, D., Balwin Nambikkairaj and Sudha, P.N, A comparitive study of the influence of two different organic substrates on the biochemical factors of earthworms Lampito mauritii and Eudrilus euginiae, International journal of novel trends in pharmaceutical sciences, 2016, 6(5), 106-110.
  6. Rajeshwari, Srinivasan Latha, T. Gomathi, K. Sangeetha and P.N. Sudha, Preparation and Characterisation study of Nanochitosan (NCS) and polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) binary blends with glutraldehyde as a crosslinking agent, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2016, 8 (19), 485-495
  7. Kumaran, K. Sangeetha, T. Gomathi and P.N. Sudha, Preparation and characterization of short sisal fiber reinforced chitin (CN)/starch (ST) ternary blend, International journal of novel trends in pharmaceutical sciences, 2016, 6(5), 95-99.
  8. Nithya and   P. N. Sudha, Removal of heavy metals from tannery effluent using chitosan-g-poly(butyl acrylate)/bentonite nanocomposite as an adsorbent, Textiles and Clothing Sustainability, 2:7, 2016.
  9. Angelin Vinodhini and P. N. Sudha, Removal of heavy metal chromium from tannery effluent using ultrafiltration membrane, Textiles and Clothing Sustainability 2:5, 2016.
  10. Sangeetha, P.N.Sudha, T. Gomathi, Experimental analysis of binary and ternary polymer blends of nanochitosan, Materials Today: Proceedings, 3, 2169–2177, 2016
  11. Moganavally, M. Deepa, P. N. Sudha and R. Suresh, Adsorptive Removal of Lead and Cadmium Ions using Cross-Linked CMC Schiff Base: Isotherm, Kinetics and Catalytic Activity, Oriental Journal of chemistry, 2016, Vol. 32, No. (1): Pg. 441-453
  12. Gopal Reddi, T.Gomathi, T.Hajeeth and P.N.Sudha, Adsorption studies on the removal of chromium and copper onto chitosan-g-maliec anhydride-g-Styrene, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 28, 9 (2016), 2057-2062.
  13. Mahalakshmi Devi, Thandapani Gomathi and  N. Sudha, Removal of the heavy metals copper (II) and nickel (II) ions using binary biopolymer bead, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 28, 9 (2016), 2063-2068.
  14. R Nithya, Thandapani Gomathi, PN Sudha, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Sukumaran Anil, Se-Kwon Kim, Removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution using chitosan-g-poly (butyl acrylate)/silica gel nanocomposite, International journal of biological macromolecules, 87, 2016, 545-554.
  15. VijayalakshmiThandapani GomathiSrinivasan Latha HajeethP.N. Sudha,Removal of Copper (II) from aqueous solution using Nanochitosan/Sodium Alginate/Microcrystalline Cellulose beads, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, Volume 82, January 2016, Pages 440–452.

2015

  1. Prakash, M. Soundarrajan,  S. Arungalai Vendan, P. N. Sudha, N. G. Renganathan, Contemplating the feasibility of vermiculate blended chitosan for heavy metal removal from simulated industrial wastewater, Appl Water Sci, DOI 10.1007/s13201-015-0366-
  2. J. Annie Kamala Florence, Thandapani Gomathi, N. Thenmozhi and P. N. Sudha, Adsorption study: Removal of nickel ions using Kenaf fiber/chitosan biosorbent,  Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):410-422
  3. V. Geetha, T. Gomathi and P. N. Sudha, Preparation and characterization of Graphene-graftedchitosan/hydroxyapatite composite, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):871-876.
  4. P. Moganavally, R. Suresh, M. Deepa and P. N. Sudha, Adsorption studies on the removal of Pb(II) ions using carboxymethyl chitosan Schiff base derivatives, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):1013-1022.
  5. R. Suresh, P. Moganavally , M. Deepa and P. N. Sudha, Synthesis, characterization and biological activity of carboxymethyl chitosan/ p-dimethylamino benzaldehyde metal complexes, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(5):1044-1049.
  6. M. R. Gopal Reddi, C. Govindharajan, P. N. Sudhaand T. Gomathi, Adsorption studies on the removal of chromium onto chitosan-g-maliec anhydride-g-ethylene dimethacrylate, Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2015, 7(1):467-476

2014

  1. P. N. Sudha, P. Angelin Vinodhini, K. Sangeetha,  Srinivasan Latha, T. Gomathi, Jayachandran Venkatesan and Se Kwon Kim, (2014). Fabrication of cellulose acetate-chitosan-polyethylene glycol ultrafiltration membrane for chromium removal. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (1), 37-46.
  2. S. Aisverya and P. N. Sudha, (2014).  f- Multiwalled carbon nanotube-grafted –Chitosan/Polyvinylpyrrolidone blends: Preparation and characterization. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (3), 9-14.
  3. R. Nithya and P. N. Sudha, (2014). Grafting of n-butyl acrylate on to chitosan by ceric ion initiation and its antimicrobial activity. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (4), 58-64.
  4. K. Nasreen and  P. N. Sudha, (2014). Synthesis and characterization of ternary blends of Chitosan,  Vermiculite and Montmorillonite clay. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (3), 79-87.
  5. D. Saravanan, K. Vijayalakshmi, T. Gomathi and P. N. Sudha, (2014). Physicochemical characterization of nylon fiber reinforced chitosan composites. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (1), 139-145.
  6. K. Vijayalakshmi, T. Gomathi and P. N. Sudha, (2014). Preparation and characterization of nanochitosan/sodium alginate/ microcrystalline cellulose beads. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 6 (4) 65-77.
  7. Thandapani Gomathi, C. Govindarajan, H. Rose, H. R. Maximas, P. N. Sudha, P. K. Mohamed Imran, Jayachandran Venkatesan, and Se-Kwon Kim (2014). Studies on drug-polymer interaction, in vitro release and cytotoxicity from chitosan particles excipient.  International journal of pharmaceutics,468, 1-2,  214-222
  8. T. Hajeeth, P. N. Sudha, K. Vijayalakshmi, and T. Gomathi  (2014).  Sorption studies on Cr (VI) removal from aqueous solution using cellulose grafted with acrylonitrile monomer. International journal of biological macromolecules, 66,  295-301.
  9. P.Shankar, Thandapani Gomathi, K. Vijayalakshmi, P. N. Sudha (2014). Comparative studies on the removal of heavy metals ions onto cross linked chitosan-g-acrylonitrile copolymer.International journal of biological macromolecules, 67, 180-188.
  10. Hajeeth, T., Vijayalakshmi, K., Gomathi, T., Sudha, P.N., Anbalagan, S, Adsorption of copper(II) and nickel(II) ions from aqueous solution using graft copolymer of cellulose extracted from the sisal fiber with acrylic acid monomer,  Composite Interfaces, 21 (1), 75-86, 2014
  11. S. Ramasubramaniam, C. Govindarajan, K. Nasreen & P.N. Sudha, Removal of cadmium (II) ions from aqueous solution using chitosan/starch polymer blend, Journal Composite Interfaces, Volume 21, Issue 2, 2014
  12. V. Sangeetha, and P. N. Sudha, (2014).  Experimental Investigation on Synthesis and Characterization of Chitosan/Silk Fibroin , Polymer Composites, International Journal of ChemTech Research,  6, 3, 1877-1879.
  13. P. Shankar, T. Gomathi, K. Vijayalakshmi, and  P. N. Sudha, (2014). Adsorption of chromium (VI) from aqueous solution using crosslinked chitosan graft polyacrylonitrile copolymer. Indian Journal of Applied Research, 4, 5.
  14. T. Hajeeth, T. Gomathi, K. Vijayalakshmi, and P. N. Sudha, (2014). Synthesis and characterization of graft copolymerized Acrylonitrile onto Cellulose prepared from Sisal fibre. Macromolecules, 10, 1.

2013

49.N. Thenmozhi, T. Gomathi and P. N. Sudha, (2013). Preparation and characterization of biocomposites: chitosan and Silk fibroin. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 5(4), 88-97.[Indexed in Scopus]

  1. S. Raghunadh Acharyulu, T. Gomathi and P.N. Sudha, (2013). Physico-chemical characterization of cross linked chitosan-polyacrylonitrile polymer blends. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 5(2), 354-363 [Indexed in Scopus] .
  2. S. Jayakumar, P. N. Sudha, R. Subashin, T. Gomathi, and Srinivasan Latha,  (2013). The Structure and Properties of Chitosan/Nylon6/Polyurethane Ternary Blends. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 3, 2250-3153.
  3. T. Hajeeth, T. Gomathi, and P. N. Sudha,(2013). Adsorption of Cr (VI) from aqueous   solution using cellulose extracted from sisal fiber. Indian journal of Applied Research, 3(11), 1-5.
  4. T. Hajeeth,  K. Vijayalakshmi,  T. Gomathi, and P. N. Sudha, (2013).  Removal of Cu(II) and Ni(II) using cellulose extracted from sisal fiber and cellulose-g-acrylic acid copolymer.International journal of biological macromolecules,62, 59-65.
  5. M.S. Sivakami, T. Gomathi, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Hee-Seok Jeong, Se-Kwon Kim and P.N. Sudha, (2013). Preparation and characterization of nano chitosan for treatment wastewaters. International journal of Biological macromolecules, 57, 204-212.  [Impact factor-2.453]
  6. Jayakumar, T. Gomathi and Sudha, (2013). Sorption studies of lead (II) onto cross linked and non cross linked bio polymeric blends. International journal of Biological macromolecules, 59, 165-169.  [Impact factor-2.453]
  7. Prakash, , Srinivasan Latha,  N. Sudhaand N. G. Renganathan, (2013). Spectroscopic Studies on Biodegradable Polymer Blend Having Antimicrobial Biological and Adsorbent Property used in Wastewater Treatment. Chem Sci Trans., 2(S1), S239-S245.
  8. Vinayagam and N. Sudha(2013). Free radical scavenging activity of Leucas indica flowers and Leaves, Asian Journal of Chemistry,Vol. 25 (6), 3349-3352. [Impact factor-0.27]
  9. Saravanan, T. Gomathi, N. Sudha.(2013). Sorption studies on heavy metal removal using chitin/bentonite biocomposite, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 53  67– 71.   [Impact factor-2.453]
  10. Jayakumar, N.Sudha,(2013). Physicochemical characterization of chitosan/nylon6/polyurethane foam chemically cross-linked ternary blends, Spectrochimica ActaPart A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 105 20–23 [Impact factor-2.098]
  11. Soundarrajan, T.Gomathi and N. Sudha, (2013). Understanding the Adsorption Efficiency of Chitosan Coated Carbon on Heavy Metal Removal, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications,Volume 3, Issue 1, January 2013.
  12. Prabha, D.J. Prakash and N. Sudha,(2013). Analysis of bioactive compounds and antimicrobial activity of marine algae kappaphycus alvarezii using three solvent extracts, IJPSR, vol. 4(1): 306-310.[IC value=5.07]
  13. Nasreen, K.Vijayalakshmi, T.Gomathi, S.Anbalagan and N.Sudha.(2013). Synthesis, characterization and study on the water absorption capacity of binary blends of chitosan. Der Pharmacia Lettre,5(5), 145-150.
  14. Ramya andN.Sudha.(2013). Adsorption of Cadmium (II) and Copper (II) ions from aqueous solution using chitosan composite.  Polymer Composites, 34, 233-240.
  15. Raghunadh Acharyulu, N.Prakash, N. Sudhaand N.G.Renganathan. (2013). Separation of chromium and copper from wastewater using poly acrylonitrile blended chitosan. Der Pharma Chemica, 5(6), 28-40.
  16. Raghunadh Acharyulu, T.Gomathi and N.Sudha.(2013). Synthesis and characterization of cross linked chitosan-polystyrene polymer blends. Der Pharmacia Lettre, 5(4), 74-83.
  17. Hajeeth, K. Vijayalakshmi, T. Gomathi, and P. N. Sudha, (2013). Synthesis and characterization of graft copolymerized acrylic acid onto Cellulose prepared from Sisal fibre. Macromolecules,9(1), 28-43.

2012

  1. Prakash,  N. Sudhaand N. G. Renganathan, (2012). Copper and cadmium removal from synthetic industrial wastewater using chitosan and nylon 6. Environ Sci Pollut Res.19:2930–2941 .[Impact factor-2.651]
  2. Nagan Prakash, Srinivasan Latha,  Sudhaand N. Gopalan Renganathan, (2012). Influence of clay on the adsorption of heavy metals like copper and cadmium on chitosan. Environ Sci Pollut Res.2012, DOI 10.1007/s11356-012-0935-8. [Impact factor-2.651]
  3. Ramya, N. Sudha, Dr.J.Mahalakshmi, (2012). Preparation and Characterization of Chitosan Binary Blend, International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 2, Issue 10, October 2012.
  4. Saravanan, T.Gomathi, N.Sudha, (2012). Physicochemical characterisation and thermal sensitivity of chitin polymer blend by crosslinking with formaldehyde, MSAIJ, 8(8) 2012.
  5. Mubashirunnisa, Vijayalakshmi.K, Gomathi.T, Sudha P.N,(2012). Development of banana/glass short hybrid fiber reinforced nanochitosan polymer composities, Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2012, 4 (4):1162-1168.[Indexed in scopus]
  6. Kanchana, T. Gomathi, V. Geetha and  N. Sudha, (2012). Adsorption analysis of Pb(II) by nanocomposites of chitosan with methyl cellulose and clay, Der Pharmacia Lettre,2012, 4 (4):1071-1079. [Indexed in scopus]
  7. Saravanan and N.Sudha(2012). Enhancement of thermal stability in the presence of crosslinking using natural biopolymer, Elixir Appl. Chem. 44 (2012) 7374-7377.[IC value-5.09]
  8. Yuvarani, S. Senthil Kumar, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Se-Kwon Kim, and  N. Sudha (2012). Preparation and Characterization of Curcumin Coated Chitosan-Alginate Blend for Wound Dressing Application, Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering, Vol. 2, 1–7, 2012. [Impact Factor: 13.069]
  9. Shankar , Vijayalakshmi K, Gomathi T, Sudha P.N(2012). Comparative Study on Removal of Chromium and Nickel Using Cross linked Chitosan Graft Polyacrylonitrile Copolymer, International Journal of Chemical and Analytical Science, 3(5), 1408-1412. [Impact factor-0.47]
  10. Ramasubramaniam, Govindarajan C, Gomathi T, and Sudha P.N(2012). Removal of Chromium (VI) from aqueous solution using chitosan – Starch blend,Der Pharmacia Lettre, 4 (1):240-248. [Indexed in scopus]
  11. Shankar , Gomathi T, Vijayalakshmi.K, Sudha P.N(2012). Adsorption Studies of Cu (II) and Cr (VI) from metal solution using crosslinked chitosan-g-acrylonitrile copolymer, Indian Journal of Applied Research, Volume : 1, Issue : 9, 11-13. [Impact factor-0.8215]
  12. Souundarrajan , Gomathi T, and Sudha P.N(2012). Adsorptive removal of chromium (VI) from aqueous solutions and its kinetics study, Archives of Applied Science Research, 4 (1):225-235.
  13. Bakiya lakshmi K, Sudha P N.Adsorption of Copper (II) ion onto chitosan/sisal/banana fiber hybrid composite. International Journal of Environmental Sciences Volume 3, No 1, 2012, 453-470. [Ic value-9]
  14. Kanchana, A. Mubashirunnisa, R. Ramya and N. Sudha. Development of Nanopolymer composite membranes of Chitosan for reverse osmosis. Elixir Appl. Chem. 46 (2012) 8310-8315.[Ic value-5.09]
  15. Hema, R. Ramya and N. Sudha.Preparation of chitin/PVA/SF ternary blend for heavy metal ion removal from electroplating industrial effluent. Elixir Appl. Chem. 46 (2012) 8273-8278. [Ic value-5.09]
  16. Saravanan and  N. Sudha.Heavy Metal Biosorption Using A Biopolymer Chitin. Indian journal of applied research, Volume : 1, Issue : 7, April 2012. [Impact factor-0.8215]
  17. Jayachandran Venkatesan, BoMi Ryu, Sudha, and Se-Kwon Kim. Preparation and Characterization of chitosan-carbon nanotube scaffolds for bone tissue engineering. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules 50(2012) 393-402. [Impact Factor -2.453]
  18. Ramya, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Se Kwon Kim, and N.Sudha.(2012). Biomedical applications of chitosan: An overview. Journal of Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering,2, 100-111.

2011

  1. Saravanan , Gomathi T and Sudha P.N(2011). Comparative Study of Thermal Stability Using Natural Polymer Blend by Cross Linking, Archives of Applied Science Research,3 (6):342-350
  2. Saravanan , Gomathi. T and  P.N.(2011). Synthesis, Characterization and Thermal Behavior of Natural Polymer Blend, International Journal of Chemical and Analytical Science, 2(12), 1265-1269. [Impact factor-0.47]
  3. Prakash, Raghunath Acharylu, N.Sudha and N.G.Renganathan, Kinetics of copper and nickel removal from industrial waste water using chitosan impregnated polyurethane foam, Int. J. Chem. Res.,2011v01(4), 1-11
  4. , Nasreen. K, Vijayalakshmi. K, Govindarajan. C and Sudha P.N(2011). Synthesis and characterisation of ternary blends of chitosan, International Journal of Chemical Research,Vol. 3, Issue 1, 2011, pp-27-32.
  5. , Vijayalakshmi. K and Sudha P. N.(2011). Synthesis and characterization of graft copolymers of nylon 6 with maleic anhydride and methylmethacrylate, Archives of Applied Science Research, 3 (6):351-363.
  6. Saravanan , Hemalatha R, and Sudha P N(2011). Synthesis and characterization of cross linked chitin/bentonite polymer blend and adsorption studies of Cu (II) and Cr (VI) on chitin, Der Pharma Chemica,3 (6):406-424.
  7. Vinayagam, A and Sudha P.N(2011). Antioxidant activity of methanolic extracts of leaves and flowers of Nerium indicumInternational Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, Vol. 2(6): 1548-1553.[IC VALUE-2.40]
  8. Sugantha Kumari , Khaleel Basha S, and Sudha P.N (2011). Fabrication and antibacterial evaluation of Chitosan/Poly(vinyl Alcohol)/Methylcellulose ternary blend film, Journal of Pharmacy Research ,4(8),2840-2841.[Ic value-6.34]
  9. , Srividhya. A, Ramya. R, Sudha.P.N(2011). Graft copolymerization of Chitosan with acrylic acid used in waste water treatment, International Journal of Environmental Sciences,Volume 1, No 7, 2086-2095. [Ic value-9]
  10. Hema , Kumaran.T. M, P.N(2011). Adsorption of Copper (II) and Nickel (II) Ions on Chitin/Polyvinyl Alcohol Binary Blend: Kinetics and Equilibrium Studies, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, Volume 2, No 2, 624-637. [Ic value-9]
  11. , Chitra. R, Xavier Raja Rathinam, Sudha. P N (2011). Synthesizing and characterization of chitosan graft co polymer: adsorption studies for Cu (II) and Cr (VI), International Journal of Environmental Sciences, Volume 2, No 2, 805-828. [Ic value-9]
  12. Hemalatha and N.Sudha.Synthesis and characterization of chitosan based graft co polymer: an efficient adsorbent for dyeing industry waste water. Elixir Appl. Chem. 40 (2011) 5504-5513.[Ic value-5.09]
  13. Annie Kamala Florence. , Gomathi. T, and Sudha, P.N. (2011). Equilibrium adsorption and kinetics study of chitosan-dust kenaf fiber composite, Archives of Applied Science Research,3 (4):366-376
  14. Govindarajan , Ramasubramaniam S, Gomathi T, Narmadha Devi A, and Sudha P.N(2011). Sorption studies of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution using nanochitosan-carboxymethyl cellulose blend, Archives of Applied Science Research,3 (4):127-138
  15. Govindarajan , Ramasubramaniam S, Gomathi T, and Sudha P.N(2011). Studies on adsorption behavior of Cadmium onto nanochitosan carboxymethyl cellulose blend, Archives ofApplied Science Research, 2011, 3 (5):572-580
  16. , Haribabu.T.E, Sudha. P.N,Phytoremediation of Chromium contaminated soil using Sorghum plant, International Journal of environmental sciences Volume 2, No 2, 2011,429-440. [IC value-9]
  17. Sugantha Kumari., S.Khaleel Basha and N.Sudha.(2011). Physicochemical and Morphological evaluation of chitosan/poly(vinylalcohol)/ methyl cellulose chemically crosslinked ternary blends. Polym. Bull.
  18. Shanmugapriya, R. Ramya, M. Venkatachalam and N. Sudha.(2011). Optimization of ceric ammonium nitrate initiated graft copolymerization of acrylonitrile onto chitosan. Journal of Water Resource and Protection Vol. 3, Issue No. 6, 380-386.
  19. Shanmugapriya, R. Ramya, S. Ramasubramaniam, and N. Sudha(2011). Studies on removal of Cr(VI) and Cu(II) ions using chitosan-grafted-polyacrylonitrile. Archives of Applied Science Research. Vol. 3, Issue No. 3, pp 424-435.
  20. Z Ansar Ali, Jayachandran Venkatesan, Se Kwon Kim, P N Sudha(2011) Beneficial effect of chitosan-g-polyacrylamide copolymer in removal of heavy metals from industrial dye effluents International Journal of Environmental Sciences 1: 5. 820-833. [IC value-9]
  21. Jayapriya, R. Ramya, Xavier Raja Rathinam and N. Sudha(2011). Equilibrium and kinetic studies of fluoride adsorption by chitin/cellulose composite. Archives of Applied Science Research. Vol. 3, Issue No. 3, 415-423.
  22. Ramya , Sankar P, Anbalagan S, Sudha P.N(2011). Adsorption of Cu(II) and Ni(II) ions from metal solution using crosslinked chitosan-g-acrylonitrile copolymer, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, Volume 1, No 6, 1323-1338. [IC value-9]
  23. Vinayagam and N. Sudha,(2011) In vitro antioxidant potential of the free radical scavenging activity of Leucas indica leaves, The Ecoscan: Special issue, Vol. 1: 319-322.
  24. Rajalakshmi and N. Sudha. (2011) Evaluation of lead phytoextraction potential of Calendula oficinalisL. (Marigold) from heavy metal polluted soils. The Ecoscan: Special issue, Vol. 1; 347-351.
  25. Ramya and N. Sudha.(2011). Adsorption of cadmium (II) and copper (II) onto natural adsorbent chitosan binary composite from aqueous solution. (Under preparation).
  26. Ramya, S. Hema, K. BakiyaLakshmi and N. Sudha(2011). Preparation of chitin/PVA/SF ternary blend for heavy metal ion removal from electroplating industrial effluent. International Journal of Plastics Technology. (Accepted).
  27. Annie Kamala Florence, R. Ramya, C. Govindarajan and N. Sudha (2011). An investigation on the properties of chitosan/kenaf biocomposites. Cellulose Chemistry and Technology.(Accepted).
  28. Sugantha Kumari., S.Khaleel Basha and N.Sudha.Studies on effects of the heavy metal polluted soil on the antioxidant potential of curcuma longa International Journal on Applied BioEngineering  (Accepted).
  29. Prakash, K.Vijayalakshmi and N.Sudha. (2011). Enhancement in the thermal stability of chitosan/nylon6 polymer blends by cross linking. International Journal of Chemistry Research, 2(3), 15-18.

2010

  1. Vijayalakshmi, Revathi, K. and Sudha, P.N.(2010). Comparative studies on the Effect of Antioxidant properties of the Plants Helianthus annus and Solanum nigrum Exposed to the Heavy Metal Chromium. In: Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (JPSR)Vol.2, Issue No.12, 2010, 889-895.
  2. Sugantha Kumari., S.Khaleel Basha and N.Sudha(2010). Bioremediation of dyeing industry effluent using modified carbon (2010). International Journal on Applied BioEngineering 4(1); pp 34-39.
  3. Saraswathy, Shanmugapriya, A and  P.N(2010) Speciation and determinaton of heavy metals in polluted soils of Ranipet industrial area, India, An International quarterly journal of environmental sciences, 4 (1),119 – 121.
  4. Maximas H. Rose, K. Sudhakar and N. Sudha(2010), Effect of water pollutants on the freshwater fish, Hypophthalmicthys molitrix (vall.), The ecoscan 4(1), 31-35.
  5. Sudha.Are we eating chrome chicken?????? The Socioscan; vol. 2(3&4), pp 69-71, 2010.
  6. Thenmozhi, P. Y. Narayanaswamy and  N. Sudha. (2010).Efficacy of polymer blend in the treatment of tannery waste water. The ecoscan ,4(4), 301-303.

2009

  1. Sugantha Kumari, Sudha, P.N.and Vinayagam, A. (2009). Synthesis, spectroscopic characterization and antibacterial activity of schiff base derived from N-(2-Carboxyphenyl)benzylideneimine.. The Ecoscan, 3 (3&4), pp 285-288.
  2. Dinesh Karthik, . Srinivasan Latha, Thenmozhi, N. and Sudha, P.N.(2009). Removal of heavy metals chromium and cadmium using chitosan impregnated polyurethane foam. The Ecoscan, 3(1&2), pp157-160.
  3. Ranjitha, K. Bakiyalakshmi and P.N.Sudha (2009). Phytochemical investigation of the n-Hexane Extract of the Leaves of Cleome gynandrain the international bimonthly journal, Asian Journal of Chemistry, No.5 Vol.21, 3455-3458.[Impact factor-0.247]
  4. Prakash, S. Jayapradeep, P. N. Sudha, Investigation Of Antimicrobial Properties Of Silver And Copper Nanoparticles Encspsulated In Chitosan. Proceeding of ICNM – 2009. 1st International Conference on Nanostructured Materials and Nanocomposites (6 – 8 April 2009, Kottayam, India). Published by : Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, India, 311-317.
  5. Sudha,. and Kanchana, V. (2009). Effect of cross linking agents on the  formation and properties of  nanopolymer composites of chitosan. Research Journal of Chemistry and Environment. 13(2). pp72-78.[Impact factor-0.38]

2008

  1. Celine , P.N.Sudha and D. Manley Bakiyavathy (2008). Evaluation of protein pattern of earthworm Lampito mauritii exposed to heavy metal contaminated soils in International Quarterly Journal of The Bioscan.3, Vol.1,27-32.
  2. Santha Lakshmi,M. Gayathri and P.N. Sudha, Study on Removal of Chromium (VI) From Aqueous Solution Using Sulphonated Black Rice Husk Ash and Sulphonated White Rice Husk Ash, Nature Environment and Pollution Technology, Vol. 7 No. 4 pp. 733-736 (2008).
  3. Sudha and Celine, S. (2008). Removal of heavy metal cadmium from industrial wastewater using chitosan coated coconut charcoal, Nature Environment & Pollution technology. Vol.7, No. 4, pp. 601-604.
  4. Sudha, D. Manley Backiyavathy and K. Sudhakar, (2008). Effect of pesticide, malathion on non-target organism, earthworm Lampito mauritiiin Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.7, No.3, pp.517-520.
  5. Sudhakar, S. Mahalingam and P.N. Sudha, Effect of testosterone hormone on the economic parameters and silk quality of silkworm, Bombyx moriL in International Quarterly Journal of The Bioscan. 3(4), 425-427, 2008.
  6. Sudhakar, S. Mahalingam and P.N. Sudha, Alternation of protein pattern in brain and silk gland in testosterone treated silkworm, Bombyx moriL in International Quarterly Journal of The Bioscan. 3(4), 441-444, 2008.
  7. Santhalakshmi, M. Gayathiri and P.N. Sudha (2008). Study on the removal of Cr (VI) from aqueous solution using SBRHA and SWRHA in Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.6, No.3, pp.430-433.
  8. Sudhakar, P.N.Sudha and D. Manley Backiyavathy (2008). Effect of pesticide, malathion on non-target organism, earthworm Lampito mauritiiin Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.6, No.3, pp.425-428,
  9. , Jayapriya, S. and P.N.Sudha (2008). Removal of heavy metal cadmium from industrial wastewater using chitosan coated coconut charcoal in Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.6, No.3, pp.421-424.

2006

  1. Sudha(2006). Four ‘R’ technology of waste management practiced in DKM College for Women, Vellore – an experience in National Conference on Environmental Degradation and Pollution Control – Enviro 2006. Organized by Department of Civil Engineering, PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore – 4, 28th – 30th December 2006.
  2. Sudha and D. Manley Backiyavathy (2006).comparison of Toxicokinetics based bioaccumulation of copper and cadmium by earthworm Lampito mauritii (Kinberg) under controlled laboratory conditions. In International Quarterly Journal of The Bioscan. No.1, Vol.1 – 4, 2006, 27-30.
  3. Sudhaand D. Manley Backiyavathy (2006). Levels of trace metals industrially polluted soils of Ranipet Industrial Town, Vellore District, Tamil Nadu. Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.5, No.3, pp.421-424, 2006.
  4. BHS Samyuktha, N.Sudha and D. Manley Backiyavathy (2006). Standardization of suitable concentration of distillery effluent for fish culture (Tilapia mossambica). Nature environment and Pollution Technology. Vol.5, No.3, pp.347-350,

2005

  1. Jayapriya and N.Sudha (2005). Comparison of nutritional status of MSW compost, Vermicompost and humic acid fortified compost”  Res. 24 (Special Issue), 109-112.
  2. Sudha, D. Manley Backiyavathy and V.R. Vijayaraghavan. Heavy metal bioavailability to earthworm lampito mauritiiin four different industrially polluted agricultural soils of ranipet industrial town, Tamil nadu, India. Proceedings of Ecotech 2004, Poll Res. 24 (Special Issue): 151-156, 2005.

 

 

Conference Proceedings

  1. Vijayalakshmi and P. N. Sudha. (2014). Kinetic studies on the removal of Copper (II) ion from aqueous solution using Nanochitosan/ sodium Alginate/ microcrystalline cellulose film. Proceedings of UGC sponsored National seminar on Recent Research Trends in Chemistry, RRTC(2014). ISBN 978-93-80624-98-3.
  2. Thenmozhi and P. N. Sudha. (2014). Adsorption studies on the removal of chromium using CS/SF binary composite. Proceedings of UGC sponsored National seminar on Recent Research Trends in Chemistry, RRTC(2014). ISBN 978-93-80624-98-3.
  3. Angelin Vinodhini and P. N. Sudha. (2014). Removal of Chromium (VI) from aqueous solutions by ultrafiltration membrane. Proceedings of UGC sponsored National seminar on Recent Research Trends in Chemistry, RRTC(2014). ISBN 978-93-80624-98-3.
  4. Mahalakshmi Devi, K. Vijayalakshmi , T. Gomathi and N. Sudha. (2014). Synthesis and characterization of binary bead of Carboxymethl cellulose. Proceedings of UGC sponsored National seminar on Recent Research Trends in Chemistry, RRTC(2014). ISBN 978-93-80624-98-3.
  5. Nithya and P. N. Sudha. (2014). Adsorption of Cr(VI) by chitosan-g-butyl acrylate/ silica gel composites fom aqueous solution and its isotherm studies. Proceedings of UGC sponsored National seminar on Recent Research Trends in Chemistry, RRTC(2014). ISBN 978-93-80624-98-3.
  6. Hajeeth, K. Vijayalakshmi, T. Gomathi and P. N. Sudha. (2013). Adsorption of nickel (II) ions from aqueous solution using cellulose extracted from the sisal fiber. Proceedings of the National conference on New Vistas and Challenges in Chemistry, Sathyabama University in association with Department of Science and Technology (SERB). ISBN: 978-81-922119-7-8.
  7. Vijayalakshmi and P. N. Sudha. (2013). Synthesis and characterization of nanochitosan beads with microcrystalline cellulose from banana fiber. Proceedings of the National conference on New Vistas and Challenges in Chemistry, Sathyabama University in association with Department of Science and Technology (SERB). ISBN: 978-81-922119-7-8.
  8. Vijayalakshmi and P. N. Sudha. (2013). Synthesis and characterization of Nanochitosan/ sodium Alginate beads. Proceedings of the National conference on nano materials(NCONM). ISBN 978-93-80624-75-4
  9. Ramya, S. Hema, K. BakiyaLakshmi and P.N. Sudha. (2011). Biomedical application of blended polymers. State Level Seminar of Recent Trends in Polymer Chemistry (SLSOPC-2011).
  10. Ramya, P. Sankar, P.N. Sudha (2011). Heavy metal removal from metal solutions using natural sorbent. Proceedings of the National Conference on New Renaissance in Chemical Research NCNRCR-2011. ISBN No: 9788183713764. Publisher: Scitech Publication PVT. Ltd.
  11. Vijayalakshmi, Sudha, P.N., (2010). Comparative studies on the effect of antioxidant properties of the plants Helianthus annuus and Solanum nigrum exposed to the heavy metal cadmium. In: Proceedings of the Naional Conference on Recent advances in Materials and Methods of Chemistry (RAMMC 2010).pp. 193 – 196. Feb 2010. ISBN: 978-81-907519-2-6
  12. Vijayalakshmi, Sudha, P.N., (2011). Comparative study on the efficiency of the plants Helianthus annuus and Solanum nigrum in remediating heavy metal chromium polluted soil. In: Proceedings of the National Conference on New Renaissance in Chemical Research (NCNRCR 2011).pp. 52-54. March 2011. ISBN:9788183713764.
  13. Prakash, Jayapradeep, S. and Sudha, P. N. (2009). Investigation of Antimicrobial properties of Silver and Copper Nanoparticles encspsulated in Chitosan. In the Proceedings of International Conference on Nano Materials(ICNM)organized by Institute of Macromolecular Science and Engineering, MG University, Kottayam during 2nd– 4th April 2009. Pub by : Applied Science Innovations Private Limited, India. http://www.applied-science-innovations.com. pp 311-317
  14. Sudha (2005). “Biomass-A boon to future energy system” In One Day workshop on Alternative energy resources, Jointly organized by Ministry of Non Renewable Energy Sources, Directorate of Collegiate Education and D. K.M. College for women, Vellore. (Full length).
  15. Jayapriya and N.Sudha(2004). “Impact of humic acid application on the growth biochemical factors and chlorophyll content of tomato plant” National level seminar on Biodegradation and Bioremediation, Department of Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Sourashtra College, Madurai-4, 17th– 18th September, (Full length paper)
  16. Samyuktha, N.Sudhaand D. Manley Bakiyavathy (2004).“A Calendar year monthly analysis of Physico-chemical factors of alcohol based distillery effluent and contaminated water samples”. In : Proceedings –National Seminar on Environmental Biotechnology Envirotech. PP. 178 – 186.

Book Chapters

  1. Prasad N. Sudha, Thandapani Gomathi, P. Angelin Vinodhini, K. Nasreen,Marine carbohydrates of Wastewater Treatment. In Se-Kwon Kim, editor: Marine carbohydrates: Fundamentals and Applications, Part B, Vol 73, AFNR, UK: Academic Press, 2014, pp. 103-143.
  2. Prasad N. Sudha, S. Aisverya, R. Nithya and K. Vijayalakshmi, Industrial Applications of Marine Carbohydrates. In: Se-Kwon Kim, editor, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 73, Burlington: Academic Press, 2014, pp. 145-181.
  3. Prasad N. Sudha, and Maximas H.Rose, Beneficial effects of Hyaluronic Acid. In: Se-Kwon Kim, editor, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 72, Burlington: Academic Press, 2014, pp. 137-176.
  4. Jayachandran Venkatesan, R. Nithya, Prasad N. Sudha, and Se-Kwon Kim, Role of Alginate in Bone Tissue Engineering. In: Se-Kwon Kim, editor, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 73, Burlington: Academic Press, 2014, pp. 45-57.
  5. Jayachandran Venkatesan, P. Angelin Vinodhini, Prasad N. Sudha, and Se-Kwon Kim, Chitin and Chitosan Composites for Bone Tissue Regeneration. In: Se-Kwon Kim, editor, Advances in Food and Nutrition Research, Vol. 73, Burlington: Academic Press, 2014, pp.59-81.
  6. Sudhaand T. Gomathi (2013). Current research in the use of marine materials in fabrication of antifouling materials for water treatrment. Springer Handbook of Marine Biotechnology (Under review).
  7. Sudha,T. Gomathi, K. Nasreen, Jayachandran Venkatesan, and Se-Kwon Kim. (2013). Recent Advancements Of Research In Chitin, Chitosan Derivatives For Drug Delivery Application. Chitin and Chitosan Derivatives: Advances in Drug Discovery and Development, CRC press.
  8. Sudha,S. Aisverya, Maximas H. Rose, Jayachandran Venkatesan, and Se-Kwon Kim. (2013). Bionanocomposites of chitosan for multitissue engineering applications. Chitin and Chitosan Derivatives: Advances in Drug Discovery and Development, CRC press.
  9. Hemalatha, A. Shanmugapriya, N.Sudha (2012). Recent developments in chitosan – based material used as adsorbents in wastewater treatment. In Book. Advances in Natural Polymers, Biopolymers, Biomaterials, and Their Composites, Blends and IPNs. Ed. Sabu Thomas et al. Apple Academics, Canada. pp.23-36.
  10. Ramya, Z. Ansar Ali, N. Sudha. (2012). Chitosan composites for biomedical applications: an overview. In Book.  Advances in Natural Polymers, Biopolymers, Biomaterials, and Their Composites, Blends and IPNs. Ed. Sabu Thomas et al. Apple Academics, Canada. 15-22.
  11. Sudha,B. Hebsibah Elsie, M.S. Dhanarajan and R. Ramya (2011). A dimensional review on aquatic global bioresources (seaweeds) and their biomedical and industrial applications. In Book Handbook of Marine Macroalgae: Biotechnology and Applied Phycology. Ed. Se Kwon Kim. Pub. John Wiley & Sons. (In Press).
  12. Sekwon kim, Jayachandran venkatesan and Sudha(2011). Sea water and Sea mud: Cosmeceuticals Applications. Book Chapter in Marine Cosmeceuticals: Trends and Prospects. Edited by Se-Kwon Kim, Pub.CRC publishers, ISBN 9781439860281, pp. 241-256.
  13. Sudha, P.N.(2010). Chitin/chitosan and derivatives for waste water treatment, Book Chapter In, Chitin, Chitosan, Oligosaccharides and Their Derivatives Biological Activities and Applications Edited by Se-Kwon Kim, Pub.CRC publishers, ISBN 978-1-4398-1603-5.pp. 561-585.

Book Edited

  1. Industrial Applications of Marine Biopolymers – CRC Press, Bostan, New York