PVP COLLEGE, Pravaranagar

Pravara Rural Education Society's

PADMASHRI VIKHE PATIL COLLEGE OF ARTS SCIENCE & COMMERCE PRAVARANAGAR

A/p Loni, Taluka:Rahata, Dist.Ahmednagar Pin : 413713 Affiliated to Savitribai Phule Pune University Pune Id No. PU/NA/ASC/(016)1971.


Department of Chemistry

Department of Chemistry was established in 1971 for imparting knowledge in chemical sciences at under graduate level. Keeping abreast with the National Policy of education the department introduced project based learning- Analytical chemistry as a C component course under restructuring programme in 1983. The department has pride of designing the curriculum for MSc Analytical Chemistry and is Pioneer to run this course since 1987 in Savitribai Phule Pune University.

Later on two more courses Viz Organic Chemistry and Drug Chemistry were introduced for Post Graduate in 1991 and 2005 respectively. The department has nine spacious and well equipped laboratories for conducting under graduate and postgraduate practical courses. The department also has two research laboratories and a separate computer laboratory with free internet access. The department expresses its gratitude to DST for providing a grant of Rs. 42 lacks under FIST programme and UGC for providing Rs. 15 lacks for augmenting the infrastructure facilities in the laboratories. The strength of our department is reflected by research and placement activities. Recognition of the department by Savitribai Phule Pune University as a research centre has motivated, staff and students to pursue research work in the emerging fields of chemistry related to co-ordination chemistry, separation science, organic synthesis methods, etc. The success of research work carried out in the department is due to availability of sophisticated instruments like Atomic Absorption Spectrometer (AAS), High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), FT-IR, Gas Chromatograph (GC) and Ultraviolet-Visible Spectrometer. In the last five years more than 63 research papers have been published by our staff in the journal of national and international repute. Nine minor and one major research projects funded by UGC and Savitribai Phule Pune University are completed. Not limiting to only teaching and research activities the department as a service to society conducts campus interviews. It is significant to note that more than 80% of the students have secured employment in R&D, Q.C. & Q.A. in several pharmaceutical industries like Macleods, Lupin, Calyx, Harmann, Gharda, etc. The activities of our department are focused on achieving the mission of producing successful chemists, entrepreneurs and professionals with academic knowledge and skills for contributing to the current scientific demand of the society.

Faculty Profile

Sr.No. Name of Faculty Designation Qualification Email Id Contact No.
1. Mr. Thorat D.G. Head , Vice-Principal & Associate Professor M. Sc., DHE. dgthorat@gmail.com 9422747274
2. Dr. Pandit S.S. Assistant Professor M.Sc., SET, B.Ed., Ph.D akankshapandit2002@yahoo.com 9766959195
3. Dr. Aher H.R. Assistant Professor M.Sc., Ph.D. h_aher@yahoo.com 7588169582
4. Dr. Uphade B.K. Assistant Professor M.Sc., SET, M.Phil., Ph.D bk_uphade@rediffmail.com 9422741036
5. Dr. Gholap S.S. Assistant Professor M. Sc., SET, Ph.D. ssgholap2002@gmail.com 9823229239
6. Mr. Kadam K.R. Assistant Professor M.Sc., B.Ed., SET, NET kailasshkadam@gmail.com 8668370458
7. Mr. Waghmare A.S. Assistant Professor M.Sc., B.Ed., SET, NET amitwaghmare2007@yahoo.co.in 9850518810
8. Dr. Gadhave A.G. Assistant Professor M. Sc., SET, Ph.D. anilgadhave@gmail.com 9922827545
9. Dr. Murade V.D. Assistant Professor M. Sc., SET, NET, Ph. D vaishali.hase66@gmail.com 9834847126
10. Mr. Gavit A. R. Assistant Professor M. Sc., B.Ed., NET gavit.ashvin@gmail.com 8108136182
11. Miss. Vikhe A.S. Assistant Professor M. Sc., B.Ed. vikhe8anjali@gmail.com 9673206996
12. Mr. Gadhave S.R. Assistant Professor M. Sc. srgdrug95@gmail.com 9657337806
13. Mr. Lokhande S.S. Assistant Professor M. Sc., SET, NET sachindrug.lokhande@gmail.com 9960494365
14. Dr. Gaikar R.B. Assistant Professor M. Sc., B.Ed., M.Phil, Ph.D rajugaikar@gmail.com 9975714382
15. Mr. Aher R.M. Assistant Professor M. Sc., B.Ed. aherrahul829@gmail.com 9975002272
16. Mrs. Nibe P.S. Assistant Professor M.Sc poojanibe@gmail.com 9767424235
17. Mrs. Vikhe D.V. Assistant Professor M.Sc deepalivikhe1302@gmail.com 8928311155
18. Miss. Chitalkar K. K. Assistant Professor M.Sc kamalchitalkar46@gmail.com 9545194875
19. Mr. Wani G. K. Assistant Professor M.Sc wanigk8605@gmail.com 8605471910
20. Miss. Musmade S. A. Assistant Professor M.Sc musmadeshobha6@gmail.com 9657255880
21. Miss. Ghogare P. D. Assistant Professor M.Sc pghogare449@gmail.com 9561332220
22. Miss. Mundhe S. B. Assistant Professor M.Sc shitalmundhe2@gmail.com 9763227806
23. Miss. Bhalerao S. G. Assistant Professor M.Sc bshraddha857@gmail.com 7744967512
24. Miss. Patel S. M. Assistant Professor M.Sc sumaiyyapatel216@gmail.com 9657480655

Programme

Major/Minor Research Projects

Sr.  No.

Name of the Principle Investigator (Co-investigator)

Title of the Project

Funding Agency, Duration & date of sanction

Amount

(in Rs)

Duration

1

Dr. S. R. Kuchekar

Extraction, separation and spectrophotometric determination of doped   elements with o-methyl phenyl thiourea

UGC, New Delhi

7,44,000/-

2013-2017

2

Dr. A. G. Gadhave

Design, Synthesis and Antitubercular Evaluation of Some Novel Chromones, Pyrazoles and Pyrimidine Derivatives

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

1,65,000/-

2015-2017

3

Dr. S.S. Pandit

Applications of Guanidine and its salts in Organic Synthesis

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

2,2,0000/-

2015-2017

4

Dr. S.S. Pandit

Applications of Biocatalyst and enzymes in Organic Synthesis

UGC, New Delhi (WRO)

3,40,000/-

2014-2016

5

Dr. H. R. Aher

Solvent extraction and spectrophotometric determination of transition group elements using 2-9(2(1-thiophene -2- yl) hydrazinyl) benzoic acid.

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

2,30,000/-

2015-2017

6

Gholap S. S

Synthesis of Some β-Carboline as Potential Anti-tubercular Agents

UGC, New Delhi

4,60,000/-

2014-2016

7

Kadam K R

Synthesis, Cheracterization of nano sized solid supported transition metal particles as an environmentally friendly catalysts for organic synthesis

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

2,20,000/-

2015-2017

8

Dr. B. K. Uphade

Synthesis, characterization and application of lead sulphide nanomaterial

U.G.C, New Delhi

1,80,000/-

2012-2014

9

Dr. B. K. Uphade

Synthesis, characterization and application of cadmium oxide nanomaterial

BCUD, University of Pune

2,00,000/-

2012-2014

10

Dr. B. K. Uphade

Synthesis, Characterization of Fe doped CaO nanoparticles and its Catalytic Applications

BCUD, SPPU, Pune

1,90,000/-

2016-2018

11

 

Mr. A. S. Waghmare

MCRs Based Synthesis of Bioactive Heterocycles as a Green Approach

BCUD, University of Pune

1,70,000/-

2012-2014

12

Thorat D G

Study of heavy metal distribution in sediments of river Godavari in and around nashik city

U G C

 

2,40,000/-

2014-2016

Publications

Sr. No.

Title of paper

Name of the author/s

Name of journal (Vol., page no.)

Impact Factor

ISBN/ ISSN number

1.        

A Computational Evaluation of Spiroisoxazolines as Inhibitor of Ache

R. B. Gaikar, P. P. Vikhe, A. G. Gadhave & B. K. Karale

International Research Journal of Pharmacy

3(7), 152

-

0970-5767

2.        

A Rapid and Specific Approach for Direct Measurement of Glimepiride in Human Plasma by LC-ESI-MS/MS Employing Automated 96 Well Format. : Application to a Bioequivalence Study

S. R. Kuchekar , M. L. Kundlik, B. H. Zaware

Journal of Chromatographic Science

50: 64–70,

1.218

0973-1547

3.        

A comparative study on characterization and photocatalytic activities of PbS and Co doped PbS nanoparticles

A. V. Borhade,

B. K. Uphade

Chalcogenide Letters, 9 (7), 299

0.934

0970-3586

4.        

Reversed Phase Extraction Chromatographic Separation of Osmium (VIII) with N-n-octylaniline

S. J. Kokate, H. R. Aher, S. H. Han and S. R. Kuchekar

Indian Journal of Chemical Technology,19,239

0.580

2249-1953

5.        

Synthesis and Antibacterial Screening Some Pyrazole and Chromone

Derivatives.

Gholap S. S.

Heterocyclic Letters Vol. 2, No. 4, 461-466

3.8

 

0970-3586

6.        

Ultrasonication-induced synthesis and antimicrobial evaluation of some multifluorinated pyrazolone derivatives

Gadhave, A., Kuchekar, S., Karale, B.

 

Journal of Chemistry, art. no. 741953, .

0.772

2090-9063 

7.        

Extraction chromatographic study of aluminium(III) and mutual separation of aluminium(III), gallium(III), indium(III) and thallium(III) with N-n-octylaniline

S.R. Phule, H.R. Aher, S. H. Han and S.R. Kuchekar

Chinese Journal of Chromatography,30(9),931

1.382

0970-5767

8.        

Solid-supported Dichloro[1,3,5]-triazine: A Versatile Synthetic Auxiliary for Direct

Synthesis of N-Sulfonylamines from Sulphonic acid and Amine

Gholap S. S., Dhakane V. D., Gholap Sandeep S.

Jordan Journal of Chemistry 7(3),279-285

-

0970-5767

9.        

Synthesis and Antimicrobial Screening of Some Chromones, 3-Chloro-Chromones, Benzothiazepines and Pyrazolines

A. G. Gadhave, A. Burungale, S. R. Kuchekar & B. K. Karale

Ind. J. Heterocyclic Chemistry

Vol-22,191

0.305

0970-5767

10.    

Development of a reliable analytical method for extraction spectrophotometric determination of ruthenium(III) from catalyst and fissium alloy using o-methylphenyl thiourea as a chromogenic chelating ligand

S. R. Kuchekar, Y. S. Shelar, H. R. Aher and S. H. Han

Spectro Chimica Acta Part A, Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 106, 1-11,

2.353

0976-4585

11.    

Inhibition of spleen tyrosine kinase (SYK) in silico by thiazole derivatives

R. B. Gaikar, S.J. Takate

International Research Journal of pharmacy,4, 1, 241-246.

-

2230-8407

12.    

PbO as an efficient and reusable catalyst for one pot synthesis of tetrahydrobenzopyrans and benzylidene malononitriles

A. V. Borhade, B. K. Uphade,

D. R. Tope

J. Chem. Sci., 125 (3), 583

1.298

2090-9063

13.    

Synthesis and in-vitro Antibacterial Screening of 3-Cinnamoyl coumarin and 3-[3-

(1H-indol-2-yl)-3-aryl-propanoyl]-2H-chromen-2-ones.

Gholap, S. S.; Deshmukh, U. P.; Tambe, M. S.

Iranian Journal of Catalysis, 3(3), 171-176.

 

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0973-1547

14.    

Reverse phase extraction chromatography of rhodium (III) with N-n-Octylaniline

S.J. Kokate, S.R. Kuchekar

Bulgerian chemical Communiactions, 45, 37-42

--

0970-3586

15.    

Rapid and selective determination of osmium(IV) by UV-Visible spectrophotometry using o-methylphenyl thiourea as a chromogenic chelating ligand: sequential separation of osmium(IV), rhodium(III) and platinum(IV)

S. R. Kuchekar, P. Bermejo-Barrea and Y. S. Shelar

 

Intern. J. Environ. Anal. Chem. 94(5), 463-478,   

1.295

0306-7319

16.   UUU

An efficient and green method for the synthesis of [1,3]oxazine derivatives catalyzed by thiamine hydrochloride (VB1) in water.

Gholap, S. S.; Dhakane, V. D.; Deshmukh, U. P.; Chavan, H. V.; Bandgar, B. P.

 

Comptes Rendus Chimie,

17 (5), 431-436

1.89

1631-0748

17.    

Spectrophotometric study of interaction of o-methylphenyl thiourea with Iridium(III)  and development of precise determination method from hydrochloric acid media.

S. R. Kuchekar, S. D. Pulate,Y. S. Shelar and S. H. Han

 

Ind. J. Chem. Technol.

1, 120-126,

0.513

 0975-0991

18.    

Vitamin-B1 an environmentally benign catalyst for the synthesis of 14-aryl-4h-Dibenzo[a,j]xanthenes under solvent-free conditions

Gholap, S. S.; Gunjal, N.; Kadu, T.

Elixir Journal

Applied Chemistry

69, 23692-23695,

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0970-3586

19.    

Kinetic study of formation of thiazole by cyclisation

B. H. Zaware and S, R. Kuchekar

Bul. Chem. Communications, 46(1), 180-183,

0.320

0976-4585

20.    

Separation of divalent lead from ayurvedic (Herbal) medicine and alloys

using extraction chromatography

S.R. Phule, S. H. Han and S.R. Kuchekar

Ind. J. Chem. Technol.,

21, 205-210,

0.580

 0975-0991

21.    

Determination of water quality index in industrial area of waluj MIDC Aurangabad, MS, India

D. V. Sonawane, M. D. Sangale, D. N. Gaikwad and S. R. Kuchekar

Inter. J. of Advanced Scientific and Technical Research, 4(3), 869-890,

0.17

2249-9954 

22.    

A Comprehensive review of phytopharmacology ofRicinus communis (Li

nn.)

V. D. Murade, D. Hase, K. K. Deshmukh, S.S. Pansambal

 

International Journal of Phytopharmacology

5(4), 328-334

1.02

2229-7472

23.    

Studies on the Status of available Micronutrients for plant growth in different soil series of bhima river lower basin at Siddhatak in Ahmednagar district, MS

D. V. Sonawane, M. D. Sangale, D. N. Gaikwad,K. B. Jagadale and S. R. Kuchekar

Int. J. Chem. Sci., 12(3),  1081-1085,

0.16

0970-3586

24.    

Microbial growth, biomass, community structure and nutrient limitation in high pH soils from Pravaranagar (India)

P. N. Kamble,  V. B. Gaikwad, S. R. Kuchekar and Erland Bååth

European J. of Soil Science, 65, 87-95,

2.387

0970-3586

25.    

Synthesis and Antimicrobial Activity of Some Novel [4-(1,2,3-thiadiazol-4-yl)

phenoxy]methylene anchored 1,3,4-triazoles and 1,3,4-thiadiazoles

A.G. Gadhave,  R. B. Gaikar, S. R. Kuchekar and B. K. Karale

J. of Heterocyclic Chem. 51(6),1849-1855,

0.787

1943-5193

26.    

Removal of hexavalent chromium from industrial effluents by natural ion

Exchanger

S R Kuchekar,V. B. Gaikwad and D. V. Sonawane

Ind. J. Chem. Technol,

21 A,338-344,

0.513

0976-4585

27.    

Development of a Reliable Method for Spectrophotometric Determination of Palladium(II) with o-Methoxyphenyl Thiourea: Separation of Palladium from Associated Metal Ions

S. R. Kuchekar, S. H. Han and R. M. Naval

 

South African J. of Chem. , 67, 226–232,

0.890

0970-3586

28.    

Synthesis, characterization and catalytic application of PbS nanoparticles for the synthesis of amidoalkyl naphthols under solvent free conditions

A. V. Borhade, B. K. Uphade,

D. R. Tope

Res. Chem. Intermed., 40 (1), 211-223,

1.54

2277-2812

29.    

Separation and spectrophotometric determination of osmium (IV) and Ruthenium (III) with o-methoxyphenyl thiourea as chromogenic legand: sequential separation of Osmium, ruthenium and platinum.

SR Kuchekar, YS Shelar, RJ Bhor, RM Naval

Separation Science and Technology

-

0149-6395

30.    

Three component one-pot synthesis of 4H-benzo-[b]-pyran derivatives using [(diacetoxyiodo)benzene] (DIB) as a hypervalent iodine catalyst

A.S. Waghmare, S.S. Pandit

Iranian Chemical Communication 3, 291-301

-

2423-4958

31.    

SFHS: Reusable catalyst for the synthesis of polyhydroquinoline derivatives and its molecular docking studies against tyrosine protein kinase

A.S. Waghmare, T.D. Patil, K.R. Kadam, S.S. Pandit

Iranian Journal of Catalysis 5(1), 1-8

-

2252-0236

32.    

Three component one-pot synthesis of 4H-benzo-[b]-pyran derivatives using [(diacetoxyiodo)benzene] (DIB) as a hypervalent iodine catalyst

Amit S.Waghmare, Shivaji S. Pandit

Iranian Chemical Communication 3 (2015) 291-301

0.6

2423-4958

33.    

(Diacetoxyiodo)benzene (DIB)catalysed green and efficient synthesis of biscoumarin derivatives in aqueous media

A.S. Waghmare, S.S. Pandit

Iranian Journal of Catalysis 5(2), 105-111

-

2252-0236

34.    

Extraction Chromatographic studies of thallium(III) with    N-n-ocylaniline

S. R. Kuchekar, P. L. Harale, R. M. Naval and B. H. Zaware

Intr. J. of Curr. Res.in Chem. & Phar. Sci21(1),59-64

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2348 - 5213

35.    

Synthesis and Antimicrobial Evaluations of some Novel Fluorinated Chromones and Pyrazoles

A. G. Gadhave, R. B. Gaikar, S. R. Kuchekar & B. K. Karale

Indian Journal of ChemistryB, 54B, 383-390,

0.387

2277-2812

36.    

Selective determination of selenium(IV) from environmental samples by UV-visible spectrophotometry using O-methoxyphenyl thiourea as a

chelating ligand

S.R.Kuchekar, R.M. Naval, S.H. Han

Intern. J. Environ. Anal. Chem,

95 (7), 618-634

1.295

0306-7319

37.    

Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using Nicotiana tobaccum leaf extract

S. R. Kuchekar,M. P. Patil and S, H, Han

World J. of Phar. & Pharmaceutical Sciences4(4),

1609-1616

0.987


2278-4357

 

38.    

Extraction spectrophotometric determination of rhodium(III) with o-methylphenyl thiourea

Y.S. Shelar , S.R. Kuchekar , S.H. Han

Journal of Saudi Chemical Society 19, 616–627.

2.523

1319-6103

39.    

Efficient, solvent free synthesis of acridinediones catalyzed by CdO nanoparticles

A. V. Borhade, B. K. Uphade,

A. G. Gadhave

Res. Chem. Intermed., 41 (3), 1447-1458,

1.121

2277-2812

40.    

Phytopharmacology of Clerodendrum serratum (L.) oon.: A review

V. D. Murade. K.K. Deshmukh D.P. Hase, R.D. Murade, Sonali Dichayal,

Internationa l Journal of Phytopharmacolgy, 6(3), 161

1.02

 

2229-7472

41.    

ZnS nanoparticles as an efficient and reusable catalyst for synthesis of 4H-pyrano[2,3-c]pyrazoles

A. V. Borhade,B. K. Uphade

J. Iran. Chem. Soc., 12 (6), 1107-1113

1.406

2277-2812

42.    

Pyrrole: An emerging scaffold for construction of  valuable therapeutic drug

S.S. Gholap

European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 110(3), 13-31

3.45

0223-5234

43.    

CdO nanoparticles as an efficient, mild and recyclable catalyst for the synthesis of 2-arylbenzoxazole derivatives by grinding method

 

A. V. Borhade,

B. K. Uphade

 

 

Iranian J. Catalysis,

 6 (3), 197

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0973-1547

44.    

Solvent Extraction and Spectrophotometric Determination of Cerium (IV) by

Using o-Methoxy Phenylthiourea as an Analytical Reagent

S. R. Kuchekar

R. M. Naval, S.H. Han

Solvent Extraction Research and Development, Japan 23 (1), 19-29

1.053

1341-7215

45.    

Thiamine hydrochloride (Vit-B1): An optimized green alternative for the synthesis of polyhydroquinoline derivatives

Somnath S. Gholap, Navnath Gunjal

Iranian J. Catalysis 6(2), 147-152

-

2252-0236

46.    

Calcinized eggshell: An environmentally benign green catalyst for synthesis of 2-arylbenzothiazole derivatives

A. V. Borhade,

B. K. Uphade,

A. G. Gadhave

Res. Chem. Intermed.,

42, 6301

1.221

2277-2812

47.    

The Antinociceptive activity and possible meschanisms of chloroform extract from Ricinus communis L. Leaves in mice

V. D. Murade, D.P Hase, K.K. Deshmukh

IJP, 7(3). 108-114

1.02

2229-7472

48.    

Rapid determination of Tellurium(IV) by ultraviolet spectrophotometry using o-methylphenyl thiourea

as a new chromogenic ligand

S.R. Kuchekar Y. S. Shelar, S. D. Pulate and S. H. Han

Bulgarian Chemical Communications

48(1),13-20

 

0.320

0324-1130

49.    

Removal of chromium (VI) from aqueous solution using modified CdO nanoparticles

A. V. Borhade,

B. K. Uphade

Desalin. Water Treat., 57 (21), 9776

1.173

1944-3994

50.    

Phytopharmacology of Nerium oleander L.: A review

V. D. Murade, D.P Hase, K.K. Deshmukh

IJP, 7(3). 108-114

1.02

2229-7472

51.    

Removal of copper (II) from aqueous solution by modified agricultural

waste materials

B. K. Uphade, A. G. Gadhave and R. B. Gaikar

Asian J. Res. Chem., 9 (9), 409

-

0974-4169

52.    

Phytochemistry of Cassia auriculata L.

V. D. Murade, D.P Hase, K.K. Deshmukh, Sonali Dichayal, N. D. Phatanagre

WJPLS, 2(5), 81-88

5.01

2454-2229

53.    

An efficient synthesis of 1,8-dioxooctahydroxanthenes promoted by Thiamine hydrochloride (VB1)

S. S. Gholap, M.S. Tambe

Chemistry and Biology Interface, 6,5 344-349.

-

2249-4820

54.    

GC-MS analysis and HPLC quantification of phytoconstituents from fractions of Ricinus communis and their in vitro and in vivo antioxidant and antimicrobial activity

V. D. Murade, D.P Hase, K.K. Deshmukh, Sonali Dichayal, Anup Padwal,Amit Waghmare

The Journal of Phytochemistry

4.9

4171-8352

55.    

Studies on carbohydrate and protein contents of some underutilized wild fruits

S.S.Gholap, V.J. Khilari and P.P. Sharma

3(11),189-194

4.918

2349-8870

56.    

Piperlongumine derived cyclic sulfonamides (sultams): Synthesis and in vitro exploration for therapeutic potential against HeLa cancer cell lines

S. S. Pandit, Nitin P. Lad , Sarang Kulkarni , Rajiv Sharma, Malcolm Mascarenhas ,

European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 126, 870-878

3.45

0223-5234

57.    

Ultrasound assisted synthesis of aryl nitriles from aldehydes

Swati Padol, S. R.Ugale and S.S. Gholap

Iranian Journal of Organic Chemistry 9 (1), 1967-1973

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2008-3599

58.    

Synthesis of Some Pyrazole Containing Chalcones and Pyridine-3-Carbonitriles and Study of their Anti-inflammatory Activity

A. G. Gadhave, B. K. Uphade

Oriental J. Chem., 33 (1), 219

0.36

0970-020X

59.    

Antiinflamatory potential of Justica genandrussa burm F. And characterization of somne phytoconstituents by GC-MS.

V. D. Murade, N. D. Phatanagre,  D.P Hase, K.K. Deshmukh, D.N. Raut

World Journal of Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences,  2 (5) 81-88

5.0

2454-2229

60.    

Comparative study of Physico-Chemical parameters of Tender Coconut water

BK Uphade, AG Gadhave

International Journal of Chemical Sciences, 15,1

-

0972-768X

61.    

Discovery of tetrahydrocarbazoles as dual pERK and pRb inhibitors.

Mahesh R. Kulkarni, Madhav S. Mane , Usha Ghosh, Rajiv Sharma, Nitin P. Lad, Ankita Srivastava, Asha Kulkarni-Almeida, Prashant S. Kharkar , Vijay M. Khedkar , Shivaji S. Pandit

European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry

134, 366-378.

3.45

0223-5234

62.    

Approaches towards the development of chimeric DPP4/ACE inhibitors for treating metabolic syndrome

Jetendra sattigeri, sachin sethi, A Gadhave

Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemsitry letters, 27, 2313-2318

2.42

0960894X

63.    

Guanidine hydrochloride: An efficient catalyst for the synthesis of 2-hydrazolyl-4-thiazolidinone derivatives under solvent free conditions

Shivaji S. Pandit, Sonali S. Pardhe, and Yashwant B. Pandit

Iranian Chemical Communication

5, 227-236

0.6

2423-4958

64.    

LaCl3.7H20: An efficient catalyst for one-pot multi-component Synthesis of 1,4-polyhydroquinoline derivatives through unsymmetrical Hantzsch Reaction

Abhijeet S. Somwanshia, Vishal U. Panditb, Akash D. Gholapa, Rushikesh D. Ghogarea, Shivaji S. Pandit

Iranian Chemical Communication

 

5, 293-300

0.6

2423-4958

65.    

Pharmacophore Mapping Approach for Drug Target Identification: A Chemical Synthesis and in Silico Study on Novel Thiadiazole Compounds

 

R.B.Gaikar, R.Meshram,  R.Gacche, B.K. Karale,

V.Baladhye

J Clin Diagn Res. 11(5): KF01–KF08.

-

0973-709X

66.    

Isolation and characterization of phytol from justice gendarussa Burm f. An inflammatory compounds.

V. D. Murade, N. D. Phatanagre, K. K. Deshmukh

Int. J. Pharmacog. Phytochem. Res. 9(6),864-872.

0.335

0975-4873

67.    

Acidic ionic liquid 1-methyl-2-pyrolidonium hydrogen sulphate: A green protocol for the synthesis of 3,4-dihydropyrimidin-2(1H)-ones via microwave assisted multicomponent reaction

GD Shirole, AG Gadhave, S Bhalekar, SN Shelke

Indian Journal of Heterocyclic chemistry, 27(02), 195-201

-

2456-4311

 

 

68.    

A highly selective colorimetric chemosensor for copper (II) based on N-phenyl-N’-(pyridin-2-yl) thiourea (HPyPT)

 

YR Sadaphal, SS Gholap

 

Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 253, 173-179

5.4

0925-4005

69.    

An efficient synthesis of structurally diverse 2-methyl-N-[(3-phenylamino) oxetan-3-yl]-2-propanesulfinamide derivatives under catalyst free conditions

 

SR Ugale, SS Gholap

 

Chemical Papers 71 (12), 2435-2443.

1.258

2585-7290

70.    

DABCO catalyzed rapid one-pot synthesis of 1,4-dihydropyrano [2,3-c] pyrazole derivatives in aqueous media

A.S. Waghmare, S. S. Pandit

Journal of Saudi Chemical Society, 21,(3),286-290

 

2.5

1319-6103

71.    

DABCO: An Efficient and Green Catalyst for One Pot Four-Component Synthesis of 11-Amino-12-(4-Aryl)-8,9,10,12-Tetrahydro-7H-Chromeno[2,3- b]Quinolin-3-ol Derivatives

Akash D Gholap , Vishal U Pandit , Abhijeet S Somwanshi, Rushikesh D Ghogare, Shivaji S Pandit.

Der Pharma Chemica, 9(4),79-85

0.55

0975-413X 

72.    

Involvement of opioid receptors in Antinociceptive activity of semipurified fraction and βamyrin isolated from Ricinus communis Linn. leaves in mice.

Vaishali Murade, K Deshmukh, R. Murade, D Raut, M Chavan, D Hase

Orient Pharm Exp Med.

 17,  4, 355–364

 

2211-1069

73.    

Isolation and Characherization of β-sitosterol from Justica gendarussa burm. F.- An anti-inflammatory compounds

ND Phatangare, KK Deshmukh, VD Murade

International Journal of  Pharmacognosy and Phytochemical Research, 9 (9), 1284-1291

-

0975-4873

74.    

A Total Synthesis of the Cyclic Depsipeptide Chaiyaphumine‐A

 

SS Gholap, SR Ugale

 

Chemistry Select 2 (24), 7445-7449

-

 2365-6549

75.    

2,4,6-Trichloro-1,3,5-triazine (TCT) mediated one pot direct synthesis of N-benzoylthioureas from carboxylic acids

Gholap, S. S.; Gunjal, N.

Arabian Journal of Chemistry

3.225

0970-3586

76.    

Design, synthesis, and pharmacological evaluation of fluorinated azoles as anti‐tubercular agents

 

S Gholap, M Tambe, L Nawale, D Sarkar, J Sangshetti, M Damale

Archiv der Pharmazie

1.9

0972-768X

77.    

Clean and green synthesis of structurally diverse 4H-benzo[b]pyrans derivatives in water

S.S.Gholap, V.R.Kadu and S.S.Lokhande

International Journal Scientific Research in Science and technology (IJSRST)(3)9: 278

5.3

2395-6011

78.    

Synthesis and in- of 6-(hetero vitro evaluations)-aryl-imidazo[1,2- b]pyridazine -3- sulfonamide’s as an inhibitor of TNF-α production.

Shivaji. S. Pandita, Mahesh R. Kulkarnia, Yashwant B. Pandita , Nitin P. Lada , Vijay M. Khedkar

Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry

18, 24-30

 

 

09680896

79.    

Synthesis and biological evaluation of imidazo[1,2-b]pyridazines as inhibitors of TNF-α production

Shivaji S. Pandit,

Mahesh R. Kulkarni, Usha Ghosh,Yashwant B. Pandit, Nitin P. Lad

Molecular Diversity

1.89

1573-501X

80.    

Direct One Pot Synthesis of Iodoarenes from Aromatic Amine Using TCT-Wet. SiO2 as an Effective Heterogeneous Catalyst

 

SS Gholap

International Journal Scientific Research in Science and technology (IJSRST)(3)9: 297

5.3

2395-6011

81.    

DABCO: An Organo-Base Catalyzed One-Pot Multicomponent Strategy for the Synthesis of 1, 4-Polyhydroquinoline Derivatives.

R. D. Ghogare , V. U. Pandit , A. D. Gholap , A. S. Somwanshi , S. S. Pandit

International Journal of Chemical and Physical Sciences

7. 137-143

3.26

2319-6602

82.    

Guanidine Carbonate: Efficient Catalyst for Knoevenagel Condensation of Aryl Aldehydes with Meldrum’s Acid

S. S. Pandit, R. D. Ghogare, V. U. Pandit, A. D. Gholap, A. S. Somwanshi

International Journal of Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences, 7, 92-97

1.       

2.       

 

-

2319-6602

83.    

DABCO Catalysed Green and efficient synthesis of 2-amino-4H-pyrans and their biological evaluation as antimicrobial and anticancer agents

A.S. Waghmare, S. S. Pandit

Combinatorial chemistry & high throughput screening,  21, 1-8

1.0

1386-2073

Achievements

Sr. No.

Name of the staff

Name of the award

Level

1.

Dr Gholap S S

Best Programme Officer  NSS by SPPU, Pune

University

2.

Dr. Kuchekar S. R.

Selected and Joined as Principal Home Science & BCA College, Pravaranagar

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Achievements of Students

Sr. No.

Name of the student

Name of the award

Level

1.

Mr. Sadaphal Vikas Ashokrao

Secured 4th rank in SPPU merit list of B Sc Chemistry-2013

University

2.

Miss. Khan Nagma

Secured 1st  rank in SPPU merit list of M. Sc Drug Chemistry

University

3.

Miss. Reshma Sayyad

Participated in RD Parade held in New Delhi 26th  Jan 2016

University

4.

Miss. Kharde Harshal S

Received Best Poster Presentation Award in PRECision-2018

State

5.

Mr. Bhalerao Macchindra S

(Alumni)

Secured IIIrd position in Social Innovation Award-2017

National

Events

Sr. No.

Title

Level

Source of Funding

Date

1

Emerging Trends in Chemical Sciences

National

UGC, WRO Pune

20-21st  Jan. 2017

2

Emerging Trends in Chemical Sciences

National

BCUD, S.P. Pune University, Pune

 21-22nd Jan. 2015

3

Advances and Innovations in Chemical Sciences

National

BCUD, S.P. Pune University, Pune

01-02nd Mar.2013