Dr. Adarsh Gulati has done her B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. from Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi and was a rank holder. She has been a recipient of the prestigious Junior- and Senior- National Talent Scholarships throughout her academic career. She has been teaching at Miranda House from 1978. Her areas of interest are Physical Chemistry and Thermodynamics. She is a co-author of three books for graduate and post graduate levels and has also been associated with preparing study material at ILLL (DU), NCERT and CBSE. She has been a member of various committees of University of Delhi relating to syllabi, examinations and other developmental activities.
Dr. Madhulika Johri Verma completed her schooling at Queen Mary's School, Delhi in 1971. Thereafter she studied at the Department of Chemistry, Delhi University and earned her degrees: B.Sc (Hons) Chemistry, M.Sc. Chemistry (Inorganic specialization) and PhD. She was a recipient of the prestigious Junior- & Senior- National Talent Scholarships throughout her academic career. She has been teaching at Miranda House since 1980 and has a teaching experience of 33 years.
Dr. Bani Roy has done her M.Sc., M.Phil. and Ph.D. from the Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi. She is an alumna of Miranda House, having done her B.Sc. (Hons) from here. Her areas of interest are Inorganic Chemistry, Coordination Chemistry and Environmental Chemistry. She joined the faculty in Miranda House in 1983. She is a dedicated teacher, deeply interested in students' activities related to and beyond the curriculum.
Dr. Amrita Tripathi Sheikh did B.Sc. in 1976 from Isabella Thoburn College, University of Lucknow, Lucknow and completed her M.Sc. and Ph. D from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. Her research area, in particular, is quantum chemistry and spectroscopy. She has been working at Miranda House, University of Delhi since 1984 and is a dedicated teacher with a keen interest in Green Chemistry and issues related to the environment and sustainable development.At present she is the Teacher In Charge of the Department of Chemistry, Miranda House with effect from 2017.
Dr. Mallika Pathak is an alumna of Miranda House during B.Sc. (2000) and M.Sc. (2002) with specialization in Physical chemistry. She was awarded M.Phil. in 2003 and Ph.D. in 2006. Her specialization is Computational chemistry and Quantum Chemistry. She has several research papers in international journals to her credit. She is a co-investigator of the Innovation Project MH-203: Efficacy of natural dyes in dyeing and imparting antimicrobial properties to different textile. She has been serving as an Assistant Professor in the Miranda House for the past 9 years. During this time she has imparted graduate courses linked with Physical, Organic and Inorganic Chemistry. She has been a Scientific Guide of diverse summer training projects at D S Kothari Centre for Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House.
Dr Sharda Mahilkar Sonkar has been a student of Miranda House during B.Sc. (2001) and M.Sc. (2003) with specialization in organic chemistry. She was awarded Ph.D. in the year 2009. She has joined the college in June 2006 as a faculty member. She has one research publication and has contributed a chapter in a book.
Miss Nutan Rani has been a student of Miranda House, University of Delhi, Delhi during B.Sc. (2005) and M.Sc. (2007). She did specialization in organic chemistry. She has been working in Miranda House, University of Delhi, Delhi as Assistant Professor since 2008. She is a dedicated teacher and has an interest in Green chemistry.
Dr. Kalawati Saini did her graduation (1998) from M.S. College for women, Bikaner, M.D.S. University, M. Sc. (2000) and Ph.D. (2005) from Chemistry Department, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. She received the IAAM Scientist Medal 2017 award by the International Association of Advanced Materials, USA for notable and outstanding research in the area of Advanced Materials Science & Technology. She was selected for Special Assistance Programme of UGC Research Fellowship and worked as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Physics, University of Rajasthan (2005-2006) and in the Materials Chemistry Lab, Department of Chemistry, I.I.T. Delhi (2007-2009). She is a dedicated teacher; her research interests include Materials Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Electrochemistry and Crystallography. She is an expert in several analytical techniques such as powder XRD, single crystal XRD, TGA, Cyclic Voltammetry (CV), DCP, IR and UV/Visible spectroscopy. She has published several papers on her research work in peer-reviewed journals and presented her work in international/national conferences. She has a total of 12 years of experience of teaching Undergraduate and Post-Graduate classes. She has participated as Mentor and Facilitator at the summer workshops organised by D. S. Kothari Centre of Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House. She was the Principal Investigator of the Innovation Project MH-204: "More miles on Yamuna" November, 2013- April, 2015; Completed (Funded by Research Council of University of Delhi) and another Innovation Project MH-310: "Sugarcane to Nanoparticles: Green Nanotechnology - the future" October 2015-16; Completed (Funded by Research Council of University of Delhi). She has been working in Miranda House, University of Delhi as Assistant Professor since 2009. She has been actively involved in College societies as a faculty advisor.
Dr. Malti Sharma graduated in1991 and M. Sc. specialised in Inorganic Chemistry(1993) from Rajasthan University, Jaipur. She was awarded Doctorate in 1997 in the field of heterobimetallic alkoxides. During the research tenure she has been selected for Senior Research Fellowship and Research Associateship from CSIR , New Delhi. She then worked as a Departmental Research Associate in the department of chemistry, University of Delhi . During that period, she has published 17 papers and 4 reviews in National and International journals of repute. One of her paper was selected for oral presentation in 89th Indian Science Congress, Lucknow (2002) as Young Scientist Nominee. She has about 12 years research experience in the field of synthetic Inorganic and organometallic chemistry with more emphasis on heterometallic alkoxides. She has about 10 years teaching experience for UG and PG classes in University of Delhi. She has participated as Mentor and Facilitator at the summer workshops organised by D. S. Kothari Centre of Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House.
Dr. Smriti Sharma Bhatia did her B.Sc. from Sri Venkateshwara College (2001), MSc. from Hindu college (2003) and Ph.D. (2009) in Computational Chemistry from University of Delhi. Her academic interests include research in Computational Nanochemistry, Science and spirituality, Bioethics and Educational technology. She has published and presented papers on these topics in various national and international conferences. She believes in the holistic approach to education. Her interests include visiting new places, reading, writing and theatre. Presently, along with teaching physical chemistry to undergraduates, she is pursuing Certificate Course in French language from University of Delhi and Post-graduate Diploma in Educational technology from IGNOU. She has undertaken three UGC projects. Currently, she is researching on the impact of nanoparticles on various plant systems. She has been a Scientific Guide of various summer training projects at D S Kothari Centre for Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House. She has been actively involved in College societies as a faculty advisor.
Miss Anita Kumari did B.Sc. in 2004 from Swami Vivekanand Govt College Ghumarwin, Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. She did B. Ed in 2005 from Govt College of Teacher Education Dharmshala, H P University Shimla. She did M.Sc.in 2007 and completed her M.Phil in 2008 from Himachal Pradesh University Shimla. She did specialization in Organic Chemistry and her research area is Polymer Chemistry. She has been working at Miranda House, University of Delhi since 2009 as Assistant Professor and is a dedicated teacher and has an interest in students quiz activities.
Dr. AnshikaLumb did her B.Sc. (2006) and M.Sc. (2008) from Miranda House, University of Delhi and Ph.D in organic Chemistry from University of Delhi. She was a rank holder and Gold medalist in Organic Chemistry (2008). She has several Research papers in international journals.She has been working in Miranda House since 2012. She has participated as mentor at summer workshops organized by D. S. Kothari Centre of Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House.
Dr. Deepti Rawat received her Bachelors degree (2002)from Acharya Narendra Dev College, University of Delhi and M.Sc (2004) from JamiaMilliaIslamia. She was awarded M.Phil(2007) and Ph.D (2012,Inorganic Chemistry)from University of Delhi.She has teaching experience of over eight years.In the course of her research, she has been engaged in preparation and characterization of various inorganic-organic hybrid silica catalysts. Her research interests are related toward green chemistry. She was project co-Investigator for innovation project from University of Delhi entitled: Bio-inspired copper nanoparticles and its application as antibacterial agent. She has published six papers in international peer reviewed journals and has one book to her credit. Participated and presented papers in various international and national conferences.
Dr. Poonam earned her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Daulat Ram College; her Master's degree with specialization in Organic Chemistry from Hansraj College. She pursued her M.Phil in Organic Chemistry from Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi and eventually obtained her Doctorate degree in 2012 with research focus in Synthetic Organic Chemistry.She has been a recipient of the prestigious "Senior Research Fellowship" sponsored by CSIR and "Science Meritorious Fellowship" for research scholars sponsored by UGC during her Ph.D. She has joined the faculty in Miranda House in July 2015. She is a dedicated teacher with a keen interest in research. She owes an experience of teaching Undergraduate and Post-Graduate classes. Her research interests include Medicinal,Bioorganic and Material Chemistry. She has presented papers on these topics in various national and international conferences and published quality papers in high impact factor international journals. She has deep interest in student's queries, cultural and sports activities.