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DR. JAWALE CHETAN SURESH

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Jawale Chetan Suresh

DR. JAWALE CHETAN SURESH Name : Current Designation : Residential Address : Office Address : Jawale

Associate professor Flat No. 9, Building No. 17 Ganadhish apartment, Narshiha Nagar, Gangapur Road, Nashik-422013 PG Department of Zoology, Life Science Building, HPT Arts & RYK Science College, College Road, Nashik-422005

Contact No. (Off)

0253-2232218

Contact No. (Home)

0253-2342467

Contact No. (Mobile)

91-09422770869

Email ID :

csjawale@hotmail.com

Web:

http://www.csjawale.blogspot.in/

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION :

 

Degree

Board/University

Year

Division/grade

D.

Pharm

Bombay Technical, Mumbai

March 1994

First Class

B.

Sc. (Zoology)

North Maharashtra, Jalgaon

March 1995

Distinction

M.

Sc. (Zoology)

North Maharashtra, Jalgaon

March 1998

Distinction

Ph.D. (Zoology)

Dr. Babasaheb

April 2002

Awarded ‘Natural

Ambedkar

products: their

Marathwada,

isolation

University,

characterization and

Aurangabad.

evaluation of biological activity

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Name of University/ College

B.P. Arts S.M.A. Science & K.K.C. Commerce College, Chalisgaon

Designation

Lecturer

UG : 12

PG: 07

Duration

Course taught

22nd September 2001 to 22nd March 2002

Biochemistry Molecular biology Genetics

Dr. Ulhas Patil College of Science and

Lecturer

Commerce, Jalgaon Dr. Ulhas Patil College of Science and Commerce, Jalgaon

Lecturer

H.P.T. Arts & R.Y.K Science College,

Associate professor

Nashik-05

01

June 2002 to 30

April 2003

01

July 2003 to 31

March 2004

20th June 2005 to till date

TEACHING ACTIVITIES:

Chordate and non- chordate, Animal Physiology, Pest management, Apiculture, sericulture, Poultry Fishery, Entomology, Physiology, Histology, For B.Sc. M.Sc. And M.Phil Classes.

  • 1. Maintaining blogs on internet http://zoologyryk.blogspot.com/ , http://entomologyryk.blogspot.com/ for students.

  • 2. Designed various formats for Departmental administration.

  • 3. Frequent use of innovative teaching methods.

SUPERVISION OF RESEARCH WORK :

Registered Guide for M.Phil. for Environmental Science (Y.C.M.O. University, Nashik), M.Phil and Ph.D. for Zoology (Pune University, Pune).

Degree

Completed Thesis work

Ongoing Thesis work

M.Phil.

03

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Ph.D.

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SPECIAL AWARDS, HONORS RECEIVED, RECOGNITION:

  • 1. Fellow of Society of Life Science (F.S.L.Sc)

  • 2. Fellow of Society of Applied Biotechnology (F.S.A.B)

  • 2. PG Teacher recognition for M.Sc. Zoology from Pune University, Pune.

  • 3. Contributory lecturer for M.Phil (Environmental Science) YCMOU, Nashik.

  • 4. PG Teacher recognition for M.Sc. Zoology from Solapur University, Solapur.

MEMBERSHIP OF PROFESSIONAL BODIES & SOCIETIES:

i)

Indian Science Congress, Kolkata, LM 1008

ii)

Indian Association of Aquatic Biology, (IAAB) Hyderabad.

iii)

Society of Life Science, Satna, (M.P) India.

iv)

International society of zoological science (ISZS), China.

LM 748-I

v)

International natural hygiene society (INHS), Australia.

vi)

International society for environmental Sciences (ISEIS), Canada.

EDITORIAL WORK:

Editor of “Trends in Parasitology Research”

ISSN 2319 – 314X (Print); ISSN 2319 – 3158 (Online)

Associate Editor of “DAV International Journal of Science

ISSN 2277- 5536 (Print); 2277 - 5641 (Online)

On editorial advisory Board of “Trends in Life Sciences”

ISSN: 2319–4731 (Print); ISSN: 2319–5037 (Online)

On editorial advisory Board of “Trends in Fisheries Research”

ISSN: 2319–474X (Print); 2319–4758 (Online)

BOOKS PUBLISHED

:

Book Details: “Microbial Approach for Enhanced Degradation of Endosulfan” LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG. Saarbrucken, Germany.

By (author):

ISBN-13:

ISBN-10:

EAN:

Book language:

Chetan Jawale & Vaishali Deshpande

978-3-659-25746-9

365925746X

9783659257469

English

Number of pages:

Published on:

Category:

140

2012-10-02

Microbiology

Book Details: “Biological activities of Cestrum species (Family: Solanaceae).” LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, AV Akademikerverlag GmbH & Co. KG. Saarbrucken, Germany.

By (author):

Chetan Jawale & Vaishali Deshpande

 

ISBN-13: 978-3-659-27965-2

EAN:

9783659279652

ISBN-10:

Book language:

English

Published on:

2012-10-28

Number of pages:

190

Category:

Zoology

CONFERENCE AND SEMINAR ATTENDED:

State

1999

State level Seminar on Info tech; Challenges of 21" Century Aurangabad , INDIA February 27-28, 1999.

National

1999

Indian Social of Analytical Scientist XIV ISAS National Symposium Aurangabad , INDIA 10th, October 1999.

National

2000

Seminar on Indian Medicinal Plants - Update 2000.

Regional

2005

Latur (M.S.) INDIA September 23-24 2000. Teacher orientation program

National

2006

organized by Dr. MSG Foundation, Mumbai in collaboration with Gokhale Education Society, Nashik -5 India 4th September 2005 National level workshop on “Experimental Pharmacology”,

T. H. M. College Nashik on 3 rd December to 29 th December

University

2006

organized by Mahatma Gandhi Vidyamandir’s Pharmacy College, Nashik on 26 th 27 th March 2006 at Panchavat , Nashik Workshop of Revised syllabus on T.Y.B.Sc Zoology, organized by Department of Zoology, H.P.T. Arts & R.YK. Science College, and Pune University, on 12 th and 13 th January 2006 at Nashik-5

State

2006

13 th State level annual conference “Pedagogical strategies

National

2007

for teaching school level subjects’, Organized by Maharashtra educational administration and management Pune in collaboration with Phaltan education society and Dr. M.S.G. foundation Mumbai, on 5 th and 6 th November 2006 at Phaltan. General Orientation program for College teaches

 

organized by Academic Staff College Pune University, at K.

2007.

University

2007

Soft skill Development program for trainers organized y H.P.T. Arts & R.YK. Science college, and Pune University, on 16th to 26th October 2007 at Nashik.

National

2008

Refresher course in Environmental Science (Zoology),

Regional

2009

organized by Academic staff College Pune University, at H.P.T. Arts & R.YK. Science College, Nashik on 20th November to 11th December 2008 Teacher orientation program organized by Dr. MSG Foundation, Mumbai in collaboration with Gokhale Education Society, Nashik -5, India on 21st September 2009.

National

2010

Seven day institutional training program on Beekeeping.

National

2010

organized by National Bee Board, Dept of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India and Arya Gramodyog Sansthan, on 19th and 20th February 2010, at Suprakruti Madhushala, Govardhan, Nashik National conference on “Natural Resources management for sustainable development”, Organized by Environmental Science Department, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon (M.S.) India. 1st and 2nd February 2010

State

2010

State Level Seminar on “Advances in Life Sciences”

National

2010

K. K. Wagh Arts Science and Commerce College, Pimpalgaon (B), Dist Nashik-9 (M.S) India 5th and 6th February 2010 National conference on “Biodiversity and conservation of

National

2010

nature and natural resources”, Organized by D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur (M.S.) India. 29th to 30th January 2010, Out of State beekeeping training program

National

2011

organized by National Bee Board, Dept of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India and Arya Gramodyog Sansthan, on 23rd and 31st July 2010, at Kandera, Bagpat, U.P. India. National Level Workshop Cum Seminar On “Bio-Resources

Regional

2011

For Bio-Industries And Economic Zoology” Organized on 24th -25th January 2011at D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur (M.S.) India. “Faculty development programme” Organized by Dr. MSG Foundation, Mumbai in collaboration with Gokhale Education Society, Nashik -5, India on 5th to 11th August 2011 at Nashik.

Regional

2012

One day seminar on “Fishery, agricultural pests and their control” Sponserd under the quality improvement programme of pune University, Pune on 9th Feb 2012 at KVNNSPsansth’s Arts, commerce & Science College, Canada corner, Nashik2

National

2012

Seminar on “Biological terminology in Marathi language”. Organized by Commission for scientific and technical terminology (ministry of Human resource development), Department of Higher Education, New Delhi, and G.E.Society’s Arts, Commerce and Science College, Shrivardhan Dist. Raigad 402110 on 29 th to 30 th June 2012.

List of research paper Published and accepted for publications in National and international Journals.

Sr. No.

Year

Title, Author, Journal, Abstract.

1

2010

Larvicidal activity of Cestrum nocturnum (Solanaceae:

solanales) on Aedes aegypti. Chetan Jawale, Kirdak R., Laxmikant Dama Bangladesh Journal of Pharmacology, Vol 5, No 1 (2010) Online: 2 June 2010, DOI: 10.3329/bjp.v5i1.4714, Bangladesh J Pharmacol 2010; 5: 39-40 Aedes aegypti is a vector parasite of the Dengue. New method to control the population of this insect is necessary. In the present

work we evaluated the potential of extract from Cestrum nocturnum as larvicide. Methanol extract outstand as highly active larvicide, achieving 100 % larval mortality in 24 hours when tested in the concentration of 45 µg/mL (soxhlet) and 25 µg/mL (percolation). Any extract exhibiting significant larvicide activity was further fractioned and the fraction tested according to the WHO protocol. One fraction derived from methanol extract present remarkable LC100 at 12 µg/mL. LC50 of methanol extract and active fraction were found 14 µg/mL and 6 µg/mL respectively. These fractions will be submitted to further fractions aiming to identify the molecules responsible for the larvicide activity.

  • 2 Insecticidal potential of Cestrum sp. (Solanaceae: Solanales) against Tribolium castaneum and Tribolium confusum (Herbst) (Coleoptera- Tenebrionidae)

2010

  • C. S. Jawale and L. B. Dama.

DECCAN CURRENT SCIENCE, 3(2): 155-161. Jalna, M.S. India.

ISSN:0975-3040

Ethanol extract of plants Cestrum nocturnum and Cestrum diurnum were studied for their effect on the stored grain pest Tribolium confusum and Tribolium castaneum (Herbst). Effect of the plants extract on duration of last instars larval period, % of emergence, weight and mortality of T. castaneum and T. confusum was evaluated and statistical analysed and graphically presented. Insecticidal effect varies with cestrum species. Comparatively alcoholic extract showed remarkable insecticidal activity than the aqueous extract against Tribolium sp. Extract incorporated diet when fed to larvae the growth was significantly inhibited. Development of insect was abstracted due to the extracts of Cestrum sp. These plant extracts could be useful for controlling the store grain pest T. castaneum and T. confusum.

  • 3 Haematological changes in the fish Cyprinus carpio intoxicated with Plant extract of Cestrum nocturnum.

2010

  • C. S. Jawale and L. B. Dama.

National of Life Sciences Vol. 7(1) 2010 : 81-84, ISSN : 0972-995X The sub-lethal concentration of the active principal of two piscicidal plants viz. Cestrum nocturnum (2.8 mg-1) and Cestrum diurnum (3.2 mg-1) induced the haematological changes in a freshwater fish Cyprinus carpio. Behavioural activities such as erratic swimming, loss of reflex, hyperventilation increased surfacing and jerk movements were observed. The total number of erythrocytes, leukocytes, and haemoglobin concentration and packed cell volume declined while erythrocytes sedimentation rate and related parameters like MCH, MCHC, MCV altered with exposure. Since the plant toxins influence cell integrity and hemopoiesis, the oxygen

carrying capacity of blood was decreased, consequently thermodynamic and metabolic activity in fish was disturbed, therefore Cestrum species seems to be Karyocytophilic and Cytokaryophilic toxins to the fish.

  • 4 Preparation and characterization of tincture of Sphaeranthus indicus Linn. By co-chemical characteristics. C. S. Jawale and L. B. Dama. Bioscience Discovery., 1 (1): 18-20. A Journal of Life Sciences (online), ISSN: 2229-3469 (print) ISSN: 2231-024X(online) Tinctures of Sphaeranthus indicus were prepared by using 30 to 100 percent v/v ethyl alcohol by maceration process for 10, 20 and 30 days. Maximum yield of total solid content having pH 6.10 with specific gravity 0.99 and brown colour was recorded on 30th day of maceration at concentration of 30 percent v/v alcohol. Such effective tincture can be prepared and utilize for preparation of antiseptic ointment and other formulation.

2010

  • 5 Cash bee farming with Apis darsata (Rock Bee): A potential biological resource for green and sweet revolution.

2010

Nikam T.B. and Jawale C.S In Bee World, 4th issue, Jan- March 2010 Pp 18. National Bee Board Publication, New Delhi.

2011

  • 6 Prevalence of red cell alloimmunization in repeatedly transfused patients with Β- Thalassemia in Solapur District, Maharashtra State, India. Nikam S. A., Dama S. B., Saraf S. A. , Jawale C. S., Kirdak R. V. Chondekar R. P., Patil S. S., Deshmukh P. S, Shaikh F. I., and Dama L. B. UGC-Sponsored Proceedings of the National-Level Workshop cum Seminar on ‘Bio-Resources for Bio-Industries and Economic Zoology’, January- 2011, Solapur, Maharashtra, India, ISBN 81- 903603-6-1. β major thalassemia is a congenital hemolytic anemia caused by defects in β-globin chain synthesis. The globin chain that is produced in excess is responsible for the ineffective erythropoiesis and shortened red blood cell (RBC) survival. The present study includes the prevalence of red cell alloimmunization in repeatedly transfused patients with β- Thalassemia in Solapur District, Maharashtra, India. A cross sectional descriptive study was conducted over one year period from January 2010 to December 2010 at Smt. Gopabai Damani Blood Bank (Indian Red Cross Society) Solapur, Maharashtra, India. A total of 74 Thalassemia patients receiving multiple blood transfusions at intervals of 2 to 4 weeks, or who had received at least 20 transfusions, were included in this study. The diagnosis of Thalassemia was confirmed by patients standard hemoglobin electrophoresis Reports Clinical

transfusion records of 74 Thalassemia patients who fulfilled the criteria were analyzed for the presence of allo-immunization, their antibody specificity and the time interval of RBC immunization from start of transfusion. Ethnic background, status of splenectomy, age at start of transfusion and the number of blood units received were also recorded. Laboratory investigations using standard blood bank methods, serum was analyzed prior to each transfusion to detect new antibodies to RBC antigens. All pre transfusion sera were also tested to determine their phenotype for the following blood group systems: ABO; Rhesus (D, C, E, c, and e); Kell (K, k), Kidd (Kpa, Kpb) and Duffy (Fya, Fyb). Clinical and laboratory data were collected and analyzed to find out the frequency, pattern and factors influencing red cell immunization secondary to multiple blood transfusions in these patients.

2011

  • 7 Height And Weight Correlation In Thalassemic Patients From Solapur District, Maharashtra, India Nikam S. V., Dama S. B., Deshmukh P.S., Jawale C. S., Patil S.S., Tembhurkar V. R., Dama L. B. DAV International Journal of Science, Volume 1 Number 1Pp December 2011 ISSN 2277- 5536 (Print); 2277-5641(Online) Present study includes the height and weight correlation in thalassemic patients from Solapur District, Maharashtra, India. The medical records of thalassemia patients were reviewed. Present observational survey study, one hundred twenty five clinically proved by their medical reports, cases of thalassemic children’s with age 6 months to 18 Years, coming for to get blood transfusion from different parts of Solapur district. The Maximum patients were: 34(27.2%) in the age group of 6 months to 3 years of age and minimum patients were: 10(8%) in both age group of 14-16 and 17- 18 years age. The height and weight mean rage was higher in male than female thalassemic patients.

  • 8 Improved Design Of Nest Box For Indian House Sparrow,

2012

Passer domesticus Indicus

Jawale C.S. Bioscience Discovery, Volume 3, Number 1, Pp 97-100 Jan. 2012 ISSN: 2231-024X (Online) ISSN: 2229-3469 (Print) Indian house sparrow, Passer domesticus indicus is a symbiotic bird species with human habitation. Its vanishing population created awareness among peoples. Our changing life style and loss of nesting site proved a major cause of disappearance of sparrow. Many people try to provide non scientific artificial nest box for these bird in India. So, we experimented with the various design of Standard European sparrow nest box and presented ideal nest box designed which improves the nesting and breeding potential in urban area. Improved dimensions are 15.24 cm length and 12.7 cm

width. Depth was reduced to 7.62 cm. We also able to improve the aesthetic look of these boxes which lead to increased acceptance by common people for their fixing around their houses. We found that availability of nesting material and height of nest box installation would not affect the nesting attempt by Indian sparrow. This improved designed of nest box will definitely help people, organizations and groups in their attempt to increase sparrow population.

9

2012

A new species Oxytricha susheelum n. sp. (Ciliophora:

Sporadotrichida) from freshwater in Aurangabad. Deshmukh N Z, Nikam S V, Jawale C S, Shaikh T. T., More B V. Recent trends in Parasitology, Volume-1, Issue-1 Pp.20-24 ISSN 2319 – 314X Print ISSN 2319 – 3158 Online A new species of free living ciliated protozoa, Oxytricha susheelum was recorded from fresh water in Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India. Body shape of O. susheelum n. sp. is ellipsoid with broad posterior and narrow anterior end. Two large, ovoid macronuclei and Adoral zone of membranell running one half of the body length and presence of four to five contractile vacuoles are the distinguishing characters, separating this species from previously described species.

  • 10 Cestrum nocturnum (L) a prospective piscicide for control of predatory fish Channa punctatus (Bloch.). Jawale C. S., Dama L. B., Pawar Kishor and Dama S.B. Recent trends in Fisheries Volume-1, Issue-1 Pp 14-17 ISSN:

2012

 

2319–474X (Print); 2319–4758 (Online) Piscicidal activity of methanolic extract of Cestrum nocturnum leaves against predatory fish Channa punctatus and their behavioural changes were investigated. C. nocturnum leaves extract shows the remarkable piscicidal activity. It shows there was significant negative correlation between LC 50 values and exposure periods when observed till 72 hr. During the toxicity experiment the fish shows the behavioral changes such as suffocation, rapid movement, and spiraling and convulsion period to death. Piscicidal activities show their dependence with concentration and time. This piscicidal activity may be due to their adverse effect on respiratory as well as energy production of fish. During bioassay experiments, a phenomenon of recovery was observed in stupefied fishes when fishes were shifted to untreated water after showing a partial symptom of death at LC 100 dose. This indicates the tolerance and detoxifying capacity of fish to toxic principal. This nature of the fish stupefying property of C. nocturnum extracts could be advantageous in aquaculture for fish catching and releasing into new isolated site.

  • 11 Prevalence of Ixodid ticks in post acaricide treated cattle and

2012

buffaloes at Sinner district Nashik (M.S) India.

 

C.

S. Jawale, L. B. Dama, S.B.Dama.

Recent trends in Parasitology, Volume-1, Issue-1 Pp.20-24 ISSN 2319 – 314X Print ISSN 2319 – 3158 Online A survey was carried out to investigate the prevalence of hard tick species (Acari: Ixodidae) on cattle in Sinner Diary farms at Nashik district, India. A total of 1364 (958 caw and 305 buffaloes) post acaricide treated animals were selected and examined for the prevalence of tick infestation. The effect of host, breed, health status, sex, age, coat colour on tick infestation was recorded. Prominently Boophilus, Amblyomma and Hyalomma spp were found on caw and buffalo. Where age and sex of host play non significant role in prevalence of tick infestation, while breed of the host and health status are important parameters found to be significantly affecting tick prevalence. The routine acaricide treatment at local level is found ineffective in controlling tick infestation. This may be due to use of unspecific acaricide, wrong method of application and increased resistance in tick. This research focuses on necessity of integrated tick management Programme and awareness at national level.

12

2012 Mortality In Thalassemic Patients From Solapur District, Maharashtra State, India Nikam S. V. Dama S. B. , Chondekar R.P. , Dama L. B. , Jawale C.

 

S.

Bangladesh Journal of Medical Science Vol. 11 No. 03 July’12 ISSN 2223-4721 (Print) 2076-0299 (Electronic) Objective: The aim of the present study is to surveying the mortality in thalassemic patients from Solapur District, Maharashtra State, India. Methods: Present observational survey study, one hundred twenty five clinically proved by their medical reports, cases of thalassemic children's with age 6 months to 18 Years, coming for to get blood transfusion from different parts of Solapur district. Results: The results indicates that the increased mortality during 11- 15 years of age. As a result, transfusional iron overload can cause increased morbidity and premature mortality in thalassemia patients. This study will be helpful in further defining the morbidity and mortality in thalassemic patients.

LIST OF RESEARCH PROJECT GUIDED

Toxicity of endosulfan on edible fish species Nemachillus boti, in relation to various Biochemical parameters.

Research student: Patil Anita P. M.Phil (Environmental Science) Y.C.M.O.Univ. Nashik.

Year 2009

Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5 Zoology Dept. Panchvati Science College, Nashik.

Integrated biological approach for enhanced degradation of endosulfan.

Research Student: Deshpande V. A.

Year: 2008

M.Phil (Environmental Science) Y.C.M.O.Univ. Nashik. Research Lab: Biotech. Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5 Biotech. Dept. BYTCO Science College, Nashik Road.

Evaluation of Physico-Chemical Characteristics and Bioaccumulaation of Heavy

Metals in Fauna of River Savitri and its possible effects on nearby Community.

Research student: Chavan Nilesh.

Year 2012

M.Phil (Environmental Science) Y.C.M.O.Univ. Nashik.

Research Lab:

Zoology Dept, Arts, Commerce & Science College, Shrivardhan.

Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Larvicidal activity of terrestrial plant Sapindus mukorossi on Anopheles spp.

Research Student: Shewale Krupali M

M.Sc. Zoology

year: 2007-08

.. submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Larvicidal activity of terrestrial plant Cestrum nocturnum on Anopheles spp.

Research Student: Gaikwad Gauri S

year : 2007-08

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Micrometry measurement in small micro world

Research Student: Nutan pawar B.Sc. Applied Biotechnology

year: 2006-07 submitted to Pune University. Center HPT Arts RYK

Science College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Biotech Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Adapt Vedic farming for sustainable agriculture development

Research Student: Munjusha mulchandani, Patil Priyanka

year: 2009-10

B.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Avishkar Pune University. 2 nd prize at Zonal level Avishkar

competition, Pune University. Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Effect of NPV infected diet on larvae of Helicoverpa argemera in laboratory.

Research Student: Neelam S. Tiwari .

year : 2009-10

M.Sc. Zoology College, Nashik-5

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Prevalence of Ixodid tick on cattle and buffaloes at private farms in sinner district, Nashik.

Research Student: Sarika B. Pagar.

year : 2009-10

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Toxicity of Cestrum nocturnum on edible crab species Paratelphusa jacquemonti, in a relation to various biochemical and physiological parameters.

Research Student:

Year: 2010-11

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Effect of Sapindus mukorossi on some biochemical and physiological parameters of fresh water crab Paratelphusa jacquemontii.

Research Student: Priya Hire

Year: 2010-11

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Snake diversity in Nashik region

Research Student: Reshma Mutha and Chaitanya Joshi

B.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Avishkar Pune University.

year: 2010-11

Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Comparative study on pesticide and Cestrum nostrum extract on heart beat of Periplaneta americana

Research Student: Manjusha Gharde

Year: 2011-12

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Comparative study on pesticide and Sapindus mukorossi extract on heart beat of Periplaneta americana

Research Student: Tikekar hemlata

Year: 2011-12

M.Sc. Zoology

submitted to Pune University. Center: HPT Arts RYK Science

College, Nashik-5 Research Lab: Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

Snail diversity in Nashik region

Research student: Asmita Shende

Year:2012-13

M.Sc. Biodiversity, Submitted to Pune university, Center: Garware College, Pune Research Lab: Garware College, Pune Zoology Dept. HPT Arts RYK Science College, Nashik-5

PAPER PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES:

  • 1 Evaluations of piscicidal activity of plant Cestrum nocturnum on fish Poicilia reticulate.

2000

Chetan Jawale, Meena Patil In, proceeding of International Conference on Probing in Biological System. February 7-11, 2000. Mumbai (M.S.) INDIA.

  • 2 Biocidal activity of Cestrum nocturnum L. Meena U. Patil and Chetan S. Jawale In, Plant Resources Development; Proceedings of the seminar held on December 9, 2000 at Department of Botany, Dr. B.A. Marathwada University, Aurangabad (M.S.) INDIA.

2000

  • 3 Repellent and feeding deterrent activity of Cestrum nocturnum against Tribolium castaneum. Meena U. Patil and Chetan S. Jawale In, proceeding of National Conference on Living resources for Bio- Industries; 2223, December 2001, Department of Zoology, Dr. B.A. Marathwada University, Aurangabad (M.S.) INDIA.

2001

  • 4 Bio-control of schistosome by using molluscicidal activity, of extract

2002

of Cestrum nocturnum. Meena U. Patil and Chetan S. Jawale In, proceeding of 1Oth International Congress of Parasitology ; August 4 - 9, 2002. Vancouver, BC Canada.

  • 5 Screening of soil bacteria for in-vitro degradation of endosulfan. Chetan S. Jawale and Vaishali Deshpande In, proceeding of International conference on Recent trends in Biodiversity and biotechnology; held on November 15 to 17, 2007, organized by Department of Zoology, Dr. B. A. Marathwada university, Aurangabad page no 74.

2007

6

2009

Evaluation of mosquito larvicidal potential of plant Sapindus mukorossi

Jawale C. S., Dama L.B. In, INNOVATION 2009-10, BCUD Pune Univerisity Pune, at Baramati on 19-20 Dec 2009

  • 7 Adapt Vedic farming for sustainable development of agriculture, Jawale C.S., Munjusha mulchandani, Patil Priyanka. National conference on “Biodiversity and conservation of nature and natural resources” at D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur (M.S.) India. on 29th to 30th January 2010,

2010

  • 8 Presentation on “toxicological solution preparations and testing”

2006

Jawale C.S.

at Workshop of Revised syllabus on T.Y.B.Sc Zoology, organized by Department of Zoology, H.P.T. Arts & R.YK. Science College, and Pune University, on 12 th and 13 th January 2006 at Nashik-5.

  • 9 Presentation on ‘Improved methods in wild beekeeping’, Jawale C.S. at Regional seminar on Awareness, Motivation and Technology transfer for development of Beekeeping in Maharashtra organized by National Bee Board, Dept of Agriculture & Cooperation, Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India and Arya Gramodyog Sansthan, on 19 th and 20 th February 2010, at Nashik.

2010

  • 10 Educational Stall’ intended for subject communication in the area of modern beekeeping Jawale C.S. Joshi C.N. Pawar M at National Level Workshop Cum Seminar On “Bio-Resources For Bio-Industries And Economic Zoology” which was held on 24th - 25th January 2011at D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur (M.S.) India.

2011

  • 11 Giant weed an economical and eco-friendly method of pest management in organic farms. Jawale C.S. Joshi C.N At National Level Workshop Cum Seminar On “Bio-Resources For Bio-Industries And Economic Zoology” organized by 24th -25th January 2011at D. B. F. Dayanand College of Arts and Science, Solapur (M.S.) India.

2012