Gulbarga University
Year of establishment:1980-81
Gulbarga - 585 106, Karnataka State - India
DEPARTMENT OF P.G. STUDIES AND RESEARCH IN BOTANY
Dr. Gunagambhire M Vidyasagar
Professor
Dept. of PG Studies and Research in Botany
Jnana Ganga, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga - 585 106
Karnataka, India
Tel No.: +91 8472-263291(O)
Fax No.: +91 8472-245633(O)
Residence
Plot No. 19, H.No. 2-910/55/19, Kalamanikya, Bhagyanagar,
Sedam Road,  Kalaburagi
Tel No.: +91 8472-269650 (R)
+91 9449258812 (Cell)
Date of Birth:May 15th 1966
Academic Positions Held.

Position

From

To Place of work

Lecturer in Botany   

15.09.1995 

14.09.1999 Gulbarga University

Senior Lecturer in Botany

15.09.199 

06.02.2003 Gulbarga University

Reader in Botany                                         

07.02.2003 06.02.2006 Gulbarga University

Associate professor In Botany

07.02.2006 06.02.2009 Gulbarga University
Professor of Botany                                            07.02.2009 till date Gulbarga University
Academic Qualifications: M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.

M.Sc.

Botany

Gulbarga University, Gulbarga

1991

M.Phil.

Diseases of Mulberry at Gulbarga

Gulbarga University, Gulbarga

1992

Ph.D.

Powdery mildew disease of Mulberry

Gulbarga University, Gulbarga

1997

Areas of Specialization

Plant Pathology, Medicinal Plants, Pharmaceutical microbiology, Antifungal antibiotics.

Research Experience : 22 years
Teaching Experience : 20 years

1.

Dept of PG Studies and Research in Botany, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi
Administrative Experience
1. Chairman, Department of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga from 09.09.2013-15 and 09.09.2017
2. Coordinator,Centre for competitive Excellence, GUG. 2015-16
3. Warden: Krishna boys Hostel, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga for the academic year 2003 04.
4. Special Officer, Examination Branch, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi: 06.06.2016 to 08.11.2016.

5.

Director,Planning , Monitoring and Evaluation Board, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi: 08.11.2016- Till the date
6. Nodal Office: Municipal Solid Waste Management Cell, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga from 2012- Till the date
Research Guidance

Doctor of Philosophy

Sl.No.

Name of the student

Title of the Thesis

  Notification No. and date

1

Kotresh D

Biotechnological approaches in degrading phenol and stress induced in crop plants GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2005-06/5253  Dt.19.12.2005

2

Narayana Hosamani

Degradation of keratinous waste and Keratinase production by Microsporum gypseum

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2006-07/906  Dt.06.1.2007

3

Shivanand Sakapal

Biodegradation and Utilization of Kerationous waste in Agriculture

2007

4

Kavita Sagar

Antidermatophytic activity of a few traditionally used medicinal plants

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2007-08/4611  Dt.18.02.2008

5

Srinivas Nayaka

Physiological and Biochemical analysis in Plants grown with Keratinous compost

2008

6

Prashant Kumar G

Documentation of Traditional knowledge on medicinal  plants at Bidar District

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2009-10/8599  Dt.19.09.2009

7

Dakshayani M M

Antienterobacterial and antiulcer activity of Caralluma adscendens

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2010-11/12681  Dt.15.02.2011

8

Babanagare Shankaravva

Biochemical Studies in Antibiotic producing Streptomycetes

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2012-13/11677  Dt.20.12.2012

9

Bharati Halu

Comparative Phytochemical and Pharmacognostic Studies in Calotropis Spp. at Gulbarga District

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2013-14/11831  Dt.22.03.2014

10

Shivakumar Singh P

Ethnopharmacology of Medicinal plants used in treating Skin diseases in Hyderabad Karnataka Region.

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2014-15/10054  Dt.23.02.2015

11

Siddlinga Murthy

Documentation of Traditional Knowledge on medicinal plants of Bellary District

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2014-15/10707  Dt.18.03.2015

12

Rekha S

Ethnopharmacological validation of medicinal plants treating Candidiasis in Hyderabad Karnataka region

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2015-16/4238  Dt.28.09.2015

13

Nuzhat Tabassum

Ethnopharmacological validation of oil yielding medicinal plants treating skin diseases in Hyderabad Karnataka region

GUG/EXAM/Ph.D/2015-16/4240  Dt.28.09.2015

14

Suryawanshi Pooja

Phytopharmacology of Opuntia

Thesis Submitted

Master of Philosophy

Sl.No.

Name of the student

Title of the Thesis

   Year

1.

Shivkumar D

In vitro Biodegradation of human and animal hairs using keratinophilic fungi

2001

2.

Byale Gundamma

Screening of yeast isolates from mulberry leaves for amylase and ethanol production

2002

3.

Surekha I

Identification of pathogenic fungi associated with plant crude drugs marked in Gulbarga

2002

4.

Kavitha Sagar

Screening of Aspergillus species for the production of extracellular amylases

2003

5.

Sheetal C

Phytochemical studies in Cesalpinia banducella

2004

6.

Arvindagouda Patil

Studies on Phytochemical and Antibacterial activities of Bryophyllum daigremontianum (Hamet, Perrier)

2008

7.

Rekha S Gurunath

Hyptis suaveolens (L.) Poit: A Potential Weed.

2010

8.

Ibrahimpurkar Mallikarjun

Ethnobotanical survey of medicinal plants used in treating Jaundice at Gulbarga District

2011

Research Project

Ongoing:

Sl.No.

Title of the project

Funding Agency

Duration

Amount sanctioned

1.

Novel fungal cell wall inhibitors from actinomycetes and soil fungi 

DST

One year(Seed Money)

550000.00

         
completed:

Sl.No.

Title of the project

Funding Agency

Duration

Amount sanctioned

1.

Establishment of Herbal Garden Medicinal Plant Board  New Delhi One Year 200000.00

2.

Authentication and Scientific Validation of Traditional Plants drugs used in the treatment of skin diseases at Hyderabad Karnataka Region

UGC

Three years

1121480.00

Awards and honours received :
1.

Commonwealth Academic Fellowship tenable in UK for three months from October to December, 2013 at the University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.

2.

Scroll of honor conferred in recognition of dedicated services as Zonal Councillor (South Zone), for the year 2004 to the Indian  Phytopathological Society, New Delhi.

3.

Bharat Rathna Sri. M.Visvesvaraya Global Leadership Award for Excellence in Environment-Social Work-Education and Health, in recognition of his yeoman Service in Pollution Control and Environment Conservation on 5th June, 2012 at Mahatma Gandhi Hall, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

4.

Sir M Visveshvaraya WASHEL Mahan Shree Rathna Award, 2012 for excellence in education and social service on the occasion of National Children’s Fest-2012 held on 7th December, 2012 at Town Hall, Bangalore.

Research Publications in the Reputed Journals :
Title of the Paper, Journal Name, Vol. No. Issue No. Page No. Year.

1.

A H Rajasab and G M Vidyasagar (1990) Hyperparasitization of Ampelomyces quisqualis on Phyllactinia dalbergiea. Indian Phytopathology 47 (4): 437-438.

2

G M Vidyasagar and A H Rajasab (1997) Predisposition of powdery mildew infected mulberry leaves to Phoma mororum infection (Phoma leaf spot). Indian J Seric. 36 (1): 65-66.

3

G M Vidyasagar and A H Rajasab (2001). Effect of Neem (Azadirachta indica), Parthenium (Parthenium histerophorus), Garlic (Allium sativum) extracts on the incidence of powdery mildew of mulberry caused by Phyllactinia corylea. Indian J Seric. 40(1): 81-85.

4

G M Vidyasagar and A H Rajasab (2003) Airspora over a mulberry field. Vignana Ganga 3 (3&4): 27-31.

5

G M Vidyasagar and D Kotresh (2003). Biochemical changes due to Phyllactinia corylea in the leaves of certain mulberry varieties. Indian J Sericulture 42 (1): 71-74.

6

G M Vidyasagar, D Kotresh and D Shivkumar (2003). Biochemical changes during powdery mildew disease development in mulberry (Morus alba L.) Bulletin of Indian Academy of Sericulture.7 (1):104-107.

7

G M Vidyasagar and D Shivkumar (2003). Studies on the occurrence of Keratinophilic soil mycoflora of Gulbarga, Karnataka. Advances in plant Sciences 16(1): 339-342.

8

G M Vidyasagar, D Kotresh and Shivanand S Sakpal (2004). Effect of Phyllactinia corylea on Phenolic content in twenty mulberry varieties. Advances in Plant Sciences. 18(1): 409-411.

9

G M Vidyasagar, Narayan Hosmani and D Shivkumar. (2004) Keratinophilic   fungi isolated from Hospital dust and soils of Public places at Gulbarga. Mycopathologia. 159:13-21

10

G M Vidyasagar, I Surekha and Kavita Sagar. (2004-05) Identification of pathogenic fungi associated with plant crude drugs marketed at Gulbarga. Aryavaidyan.18 (2): 100-105.

11

G M Vidyasagar, D Kotresh and D Shivkumar (2005). Detection of lectin in twenty varieties of mulberry (Morus alba L.). Advances in plant Sciences. 18(1): 431-433

12

G M Vidyasagar, Byale Gundamma and D Kotresh (2005) Screening of mulberry yeast for the production of alfa-Amylase and Ethanol. Asian J Micro. Biotch & Envitl Scien. 7(4): 797-800

13

G M Vidyasagar, D Kotresh, Narayan Hosmani and S Sakpal (2005). Biochemical responses of mulberry induced by foliar infection with Phyllactinia corylea. Asian J Micro. Biotech. & Environl. 7(2): 293-296.

14

Prashant Kumar P and Vidyasagar G M (2006). Documentation of traditional knowledge on medicinal plants of Bidar district, Karnataka. Indian J traditional knowledge.5 (3): 295-299.

15

G M Vidyasagar and A Prabhakar Rao (2006). Powdery mildew of mulberry in northern dry zone of Karnataka. Indian silk 45(6): 16-18.

16

Prashant Kumar P, Angadi SB and Vidyasagar G M (2006) Antimicrobial activity of blue-green and green algae. Indian J pharmaceutical Sciences 68 (5): 647-648.

17

Narayan Hosmani, and G M Vidyasagar (2006). Isolation of Keratinophilic fungi from Cultivated and non-cultivated soils of Bidar, India.  Asian J Micro. Biotch & Envitl Scien. 8(1): 83-86.

18

Vidyasagar G M and Prashant Kumar P (2007) Traditional herbal remedies for gynaecological disorders in women of Bidar district, Karnataka. Fitoterapia 78: 48-51.

19

D Kotresh, A Prabhakar Rao, Srinivas Naik and G M Vidyasagar (2007). Antioxidative response to drought and high temperature stress in selected mulberry genotypes. Physiology and Molecular biology of plants 13(1):57-63.

20

Prashant Kumar P and G M Vidyasagar (2008) Traditional knowledge on medicinal plants used for the treatment of skin diseases in Bidar District, Karnataka.   Indian Journal of traditional knowledge. 7(2): 273-276

21

D. Kotresha and G.M. Vidyasagar (2008) Isolation and characterization of phenol degrading Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4996. World J  Microbiol and   Biotechno 24:541-547. DOI 10.1007/s11274-007-9508-2

22

Vidyasagar G M, Kotresh D, Ramesh K and Srinivas N. (2009) Role of endosulfan in mediating stress responses in Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench.  J. Environ. Biol. 30(2): 217-220.

23

Dakshayani M. Malkapur and G M Vidyasagar (2009) Screening of Traditionally used medicinal plants species against intestinal pathogens. The Bioscan 4(1):121-125.

24

Dakshayani M. Malkapur and G M Vidyasagar (2009). In vitro studies in Caralluma adscendens R.Br. (Roxb) var. adscendens against intestinal pathogens. Natural products: An Indian Journal 5(3):143-145.

25

Kavita Sagar and G M Vidyasagar (2009). Anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity of ethyl acetate leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonducella L. Flem.-An important medicinal plant, Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences 31: 48-52.

26

Kavita Sagar and G M Vidyasagar (2009). Evaluation of acute and sub acute toxicities of leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonducella L. Flem. International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 1 (1):1-15.

27

Vidyasagar G M and Bharati B Halu (2010) Comparative Pharmacognostic Studies in Calotropis Spp. Natural Products: An Indian Journal 6(3):107-113.

28

G M Vidyasagar and Sankaravva S. Babanagare (2010) Isolation and antimicrobial activity of some actinomycetes from the industrial soil of Solapur region, Maharastra. Bio Technology: An Indian Journal 4(1):43-47.

29

Kavitha Sagar and Vidyasagar G. M (2010). Antimicrobial activity of α-(2-hydroxy-2-methylpropyl)-ω-[2-hydroxy-3-methylbut-2-en-1-yl] polymethylene from Caesalpinia bonducella (L.) Flem, Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 72(4):409-538.

30

K, Sagar & G. M Vidyasagar  (2009) Evaluation of antidermatophytic activity of A-(2-hydrcixy-2-methylpropyl)-co-[2-hydro\y-3-methylhut-^-en-Uyl] polynielhylenc -Ihc compound isolated from Caesalpinia bonducella (L.) Flem.. The Internet Journal of Microhiology, 7 (1):

31

Babanagare  Shankaravva  S  and  Vidyasagar G M.* (2011)  Evaluation  of  structural  and Biochemical alterations in Aspergillus terreus  by the action of antifungal compound from Streptomyces JF714876,  International Research Journal of  Pharmacy  2(11):78-80

32

Sreenivasa Nayaka and Vidyasagar G M (2012) Occurrence and extracellular enzyme potential of Actinomycetes of a thermoltolerant, northern region of Karnataka, India, IMRJ, 2(12),40-44.

33

G M Vdyasagar, B S Shankaravva1, Reshma Begum', Imrose1, Raghavendra  Sagar2 and R,  L.  Raibagkar2, (2012) Antimicrobial  Activity  of    Silver Nanoparticles Synthesized by Streptomycin species JF7148767.   Int J Pharm Sci & Nanotech, 5(1):1638-1642.

34

S M Siddalingamurthy  and  G  M  Vidyasagar (2012), Ethnomedicinal plants used to treat menstrual disorders by tribal people in Bellary district of Karnataka, India, Int J Pharm Life Sci 3(7):1871-1878.

35

Bharathi  Halua  and  G M Vidyasagar (2012), A  comparative   study:   Differential antimycoses activity of crude leaf extracts of Calotropis Spp. Int J Pharm Pharm Sci, 4(3): 705-708.

36

Dr. Dakshayani.M.Malkapur1, Dr.Vidyasagar M. Gunagambire1,Dr. Nithin Kamalakar Rao Mahorkar2, Dr. Prasad.Konduri3 (2012) Anti-ulcerogenic activity of Caralluma adscendensvar. fimbriata aerial part extractsagainst experimentally-induced gastric lesions in rats J Pharm Res 5(3):1574-1577.

37

S M Siddalingamurthy  and  G  M  Vidyasagar (April 2013). Traditional knowledge on medicinal plants used for the treatment of gastrointestinal disorders in Bellary district,Karnataka, India, Indian Journal of traditional knowledge 12(2):321-325.

38

Kavitha Sagar and Vidyasagar G M (February,2013) Antidermatophytic activity of some traditionally used medicinal plants of North Karnataka Region, JAPS, 3(02):077-083.

39

Vidyasagar, G M and Shivakumar Singh P,(2013) A Comparative antimicrobial activity of methanolic root, leaf and seed cotyledon extracts of Annona squamosa L, Int J Pharm Pharm Sci. 4(5):289-292

40

Siddalinga Murthy S M and G M Vidyasagar* (2013) Traditional herbal remedies for Jaundice in Bellary district, Karnataka, India, Medicinal Plants 4(4): 240-243. 

41

Sreenivasa Nayaka, Gireesh Babu K and GM Vidyasagar* (February 2013) PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF KERATINASE FROM HAIR-DEGRADING STREPTOMYCES ALBUS,International Journal of Bioassys,02 (03)599-604.

42

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G M (2013) Antifungal investigations on plant essential oils. A REVIEW, Int J Pharm Pharm Sci, 5(2):19-28. 

43

S M Siddalinga Murthy and Vidyasagar G M (June, 2013), Traditional Knowledge on  medicinal plants used in the treatment of respiratory disorders in Bellary district, Karnataka, India, 4(2):189-193.

44

Sreenivasa Nayaka and *Vidyasagar, G. M (Aug.2013) Purification and characterization of keratinase from native feather-degrading Streptomyces albus. IJDR, 3(8):034-39.

45

Shivakumar Singh P and G M Vidyasagar (2013) Ethnomedicinal plants used in the treatment of skin diseases in Hyderabad Karnataka Region, Karnataka, India, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 3(11): 882-886.

46

Vidyasagar G M and Siddalingamurthy S M (October, 2013) Medicinal plants used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus in Bellary district, Karnataka, IJTK, 12 (4): 747-751.

47

Sreenivas Nayaka and G M Vidyasagar (2013) Development of eco-friendly bio-fertilizer using feather compost, Annals of Plant sciences, 2(7):238-244.

48

Kotresh D and G M Vidyasagar (2013) Isolation of phenol degrading Bacterial strains from Industrial effluents in India, Inter J Bioassays, 2(12):1608-1611.

49

Rekha Sharanappa and Vidyasagar G M (2013) Anti-candida activity of medicinal Plants. A review, IJPPS, 5(4):9-16.

50

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M (2014) Green synthesis, Characterization and antimicrobial activity of Silver Nanoparticles by using Sterculia foetida L. young leaves aqueous extract, International Journal of Green Chemistry and Bioprocess, 4(1):1-5.

51

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar GM* (March,2014) In-vitro Antidermatophytic and preliminary Phytochemical studies of Petroleum ether and Inter-polar Methanolic Leaf extracts of Thevetia nerrifolia, JAPS,04(03):81-85.

52

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M (April, 2014) Biosynthesis, Characterisation, and antidermatophytic activity of Silver Nanoparticles using Raamphal plant (Annona reticulate) aqueous leaves extract, Indian Journal of Material Science, Volume 2014, Article ID 412452, 5 pages (1-5), http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/412452.

53

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M, (2014) “In-vitro antidermatophytic activity of low polar petroleum ether and inter polar methanolic leaf extract of Senna tora L.” World journal pharmacy and pharmaceutical sciences,” 3(5): 647-657.

54

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M (April, 2014) In-vitro Antidermatophytic activity of low polar Petroleum ether and Inter-polar Methanolic seed extracts of Stercularia foetida L, Int J Pharm Bio Sci, 5 (2) : (B) 872 – 879.

55

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G M* (June,2014) Antimicrobial Activity of Medicinal Oil Plants Against Human Pathogen from Hyderabad Karnataka Region, Int.J.Pharm.Sci.Rev.Res., 26(2):182-188.

56

Rekha Sharanappa and Vidyasagar G M*(2014) Documentation of Traditional Knowledge on Medicinal Plants used in treating Candidiasis in Hyderabad Karanataka Region, India, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences,3(7):739-751.

57

Kotresh D and Vidyasagar G M (2014) Effect of Emerging Pollutant Phenol on growth of Pigeon pea, Annals of Plant Sciences,3 (04): 663-666.

58

Kotresha D. and Vidyasagar G M (2014) Chromosomally encoded phenol hydroxylase gene for degradation of phenol by Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4996, International Journal of Microbial Resource Technology, 2(2):1-7

59

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M (2014) Search for Effective Antimycotic Agents against Microsporum Gypseum from 61 Ethno Medicinal Plants of Hyderabad Karnataka Region, Karnataka, India. Bioanalysis and Biomedicine, 6(2):033-035.

60

Kotresha D. and Vidyasagar G M (July, 2014) Phenol degradation by Immobilized Cells of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4996, International Journal of Development Research,  4(7):1439-1442.

61

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G M* (Oct.,2014) In Vitro Antimicrobial Activity of edible oils Against Human Pathogens causing skin infections, IJPSR, 5(10):4493-4498.

62

D.S.R. Rajendar Singh1*, P. Shivakumar Singh2, G.M. Vidyasagar (2014)    Antimicrobial   activity of ethanolic leaves extract of Alangium salvifolium (L. f.) Wangerin. International Journal of Research in Plant Science 4(4): 77-80.

63

Shivakumar Singh P and G M Vidyasagar (2014) Green synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial activity of Silver Nanoparticles by using Sterculia foetida L. young leaves aqueous extract, International Journal of Green Chemistry and Bioprocess, 4(1):1-5.  

64

Shivakumar Singh P and Vidyasagar G M (2015) Antimycotic activity of low polar petroleum ether and interpolar methanolic young leaf extracts of Solanum nigrum L. International Letters of Natural Sciences 4: 47-56.

65

P. Shivakumar Singh, G. M. Vidyasagar*(2015) Antidermatophytic activity of ethanolic leaves extract of Limonia acidissima Groff. International Letters of Natural Sciences Vol 39: 56-62

66

Rekha Sharanappa and G M Vidyasagar (2015) Preliminary Screening of Ethnomedicinal plants for Antifungal activity Intel J Pharma and Bio Sciences, 6(2):925-937.

67

Rekha Sharanappa and G M Vidyasagar (2015) Plant profile, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Argemone maxicana Linn.A Review, IJPPS, 6(7):45-53.

68

Suryawanshi Pooja and G M Vidyasagar (2015) Ethnomedicinal plants used by Rajgonda tribes of Haladkeri Village, Bidar District, Karnataka, India, IJPPS, 7(8): 216-220.

69

P. Shivakumar Singh, G. M. Vidyasagar*(2015) Antifungal screening of 61 foklore medicinal plantextracts against dermatophytic fungi Trichoderma rubrum, J Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 5(5): 038-044.

70

P. Shivakumar Singh, G. M. Vidyasagar*(2015) Antifungal Screening of 61 Traditional medicinal plants of 305 extracts against Dermatophytic fungi Trichophyton tonsurans, IJPPS, 7(3):186-190.

71

P. Shivakumar Singh, G. M. Vidyasagar*(2015) Cultivation and Marketing of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants from Telangana: A Review, Journal of Medicinal Plants Studies, 3(5):76-79.

72

Shivakumar Singh P1, Vidyasagar GM2*(2016), Rajendar Singh DSR3 and Bhagyanarayana G4 (2015) Documentation of Folkloric Knowledge on Medicinal Plants Used in the Treatment of Mouth Ulcers in Kodangal Mandal, Mahabubnagar District, Telangana, India, J Bioanal and Biomed, 7(5):174-179.

73

Suryawanshi Pooja and G M Vidyasagar (2016) Phytochemical Screening for Secondary metabolites of Opentia cochenillifera (L.) Mill, International Journal of Life Sciences Research, 4(2): 145-151.

74

Suryawanshi Pooja and G M Vidyasagar (2016) Antimicrobial activity of Opuntia cochenillifera (L) Mill fruit and cladode extracts, International Journal of Pharmacology, Phytochemistry and Ethnomedicine, 3:84-89.

75

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G. M.*(2016) Synthesis, Characterization and Antimicrobial activity of Silver nanoparticles using Santalum album aqueous seeds extract, International Journal of ChemTech Research, 9(5):352-358.

76

P Shivakumar singh and G M Vidyasagar (2016) Biosynthesis of AgNPs with three widespread loam fungi via Aspergillus fumigates, Fusarium spp., Rhizopus spp. Mintage Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences, 2(2):33-36.

77

Shivkumar Singh P and Vidyasagar GM (2016) Antidermatophytic activity of Diospyros chloroxylon leaves: using two important solvent extracts. Indian J Trop Biodiv 24(2): 144-150.

78

P Shivakumar Singh and G M Vidyasagar (2017) Green Synthesis and Antibacterial activity of Silver nanoparticles from ripened fruit pulp of Diospyros chloroxylon Rocb., Elixir Biosciences, 102:44142-44145.

79

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G M (2017) Phytochemical Analysis and Antifungal Activity of same Medicinal Oil Plants Against Human Pathogens causing Skin Infections, Inl J ChemTech Research,10(3):171-177.

80

Kotresh D and G M Vidyasagar ( April, 2017) Phenol Degradation in a Packed Bed Reactor by Immobilized cells of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MTCC 4997, Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 10:390-395.

81

P Shivakumar Singh and G M Vidyasagar (2017) Indian Latent Ethnic-Medicinal Plant Annona reticulata: A Review, Indian J Tropical Biodiversity, 25(1):1-4.

82

Nuzhat Tabassum and Vidyasagar G M (2017) Ethnomedicinal Oil Plants used in TreatingSkin Diseases in Hyderabad Karnataka Region, India, International Journal of ChemTech Research, 10(5):770-784.

Invited Lectures delivered on :
1.

Treasurer: Symposium on “Biology, Biotechnology, Epidemiology and Management of Plant diseases” and IPS Annual Meeting (South Zone) 0n 9th and 10th December 2004 in the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

2. Organizing Secretary: “National Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic plants to be held from 10th–12th December 2007 in the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.
3. Co-ordinator: Third Special Lecture Series on Advances in Biosciences from 2nd to 4th March, 2009 in the Department of Botany, GUG.
4. Convener: “National Symposium on Role of Biology and Biotechnology in Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainable Development” Organized at the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga from 22nd to 24th December, 2009.
5. Coordinator: World Environment Day 2012, organized on 5th June, 2012 on the main Campus of Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.
6. Coordinator: Special lecture series entitled “Advances in Bioscience” sanctioned by KSTA Bangalore, held in Botany from 10-12th March,2014.
Special Invited Lectures:

1

Tissue culture and its applications at Akkalkot Science College, Akkalkot during 1996 Science lecture series.

2

Remote sensing and its applications in Agriculture and water management given for the participants at Refresher course in Botany held at the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga during 2001.

3

Respiration in plants given to the students of M. Sc Applied Botany, Kuvempu University, Shimoga during 2005.

4

Biodiversity and Environment delivered at District Science center, Gulbarga on 5th June 7, 2006 on the occasion of World Environmental day.

5

Biodiversity delivered at Sharanabasaveshwara Residential Public School, Gulbarga June 2006.

6

Writings of Scientific reports at the Work Shop on Research Methodology Conducted by Dr B R Ambedkar Study Centre, Kuvempu University, Shimoga during 21-23, Feb 2007.

7

Cultivation of Mulberry given at the Govt College Jewargi on 26.3.2007 to the farmers and students as a part of Prasaranga activity, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

8

Respiration at Orientation Programme to PU Teachers Conducted by DDPUE and Vocational Education Gulbarga at Govt PU College Gulbarga on 4th Nov.2008.

9

Protoplast fusion technology and its application at the Department of Applied Botany, Kuvempu University, Shimoga on 5th Nov.2008.

10

Hair: A Medicine in Rastriya Vidnan Dinacharane on 25th March,2009 organized by Karnataka Science and Technology Academi, Bangalore and Dr P S Shankar Pratisthana Gulbarga at Madar Teresa D.Ed College, Gulbarga.

11

Respiration at Orientation Programme to PU Teachers organized by Science and Technology department and Pre-University Board Bangalore in association with Gulbarga University, Gulbarga on 30.12.2009.

12

Role of Biotechnology in Agriculture on the occasion of 27th Anniversary of District Science Centre, Gulbarga held on 6th Jan., 2011.

13

Forests: Nature at your services delivered on the occasion of Environmental day 5th  June, 2011 at District Science Centre: Gulbarga.

14

Environmental awareness on the eve of environmental day celebrations at Govt. Pre University College for Girls, Gulbarga on 10.06.2011 organized by Bharat Jnana Vignana Samiti Gulbarga and ECO Club Govt. Pre University College for Girls, Gulbarga.

15

Keratinous waste management at Biotechnological Aspects towards Cultivation, Utilization and Disease Management of Plants held at Department of Botany and Biotechnology, Lal Bahadur Shastri Mahavidyalaya, Dharmabad,  Dist. Nanded on 24th  December, 2005.

16

Pralaya: A scientific view on 20.12.2012 at Sri Guru Nagalingeswar Science Pre University College Gulbarga, organized by Bharat Jnana Vignan Samiti.

17

Importance of plant science in higher education on the occasion of Students and Scientist direct discussion programme organized by Karnataka state Science Perished at Chandrakant Patil Junior College, Gulbarga on 27th.12.2012.

18

Medicinal plants in Health Care on the occasion of National Science day celebration, Department of Biotechnology, GUG on 1st March, 2013.

19

Role of Botanists in health care on the occasion of inauguration of Botanical society, Karnatak University, Dharwad on 9th August,2014.

20

Importance of Medicinal plants in health care at Student scientists interaction organized by Karnataka RajyaVijnyan Parishad, Bangalore at St Xavier’s Pre-University College, Gulbarga on 21. 07.2015.

21

Success and Failure of student life at the Department of Economics, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi on 23.7.2015.

22

Role of plants in the growth and development of Human Body on the occasion of inauguration of Kalaburagi District Science Centre activities for 2016017 on 6th Jan.2016.

23

Vegetables and Fruits as Medicine at National level NSS camp organized at Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi on 7th Jan 2016.

24

Plants and Environment delivered during Feb, 2017 at Remedial Coaching Centre, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi.

Books published : International/National/Chapter in the book :

1.

Book: Mulberry cultivation

2.

Book: Glimpse on Jnanaganga Campus Flora in Press.

3.

Chapter: G M Vidyasagar (2016) Plant-Derived Antifungal Agents: Past and Recent Development, Chapter 5th in Recent Trends in Antifungal Agents and Antifungal Therapy, Edited by Amit Basak, et al., published by Springer India, 123-147.

4.

Chapter: Medicinal plants used in the traditional treatment of Jaundice in Karnataka, in process.

Total Research articles : Details of  Average Citation index /Average citation index since 2010 onwards/ citation index ( Range)/ H-index etc.:

1.

Google Scholar: Average Citation Index- 427

2.

Citation Index from 2010-362

3.

H-Index-9,  WOS-H-Index:5

Membership of Professional Organizations:

1.

Life Member,  Indian Phytopathological Society.

2.

Councilor: (South Zone), Indian Phytopathological Society for the year 2004-05

3.

Life member,  Indian Sericultural Society.

4.

Life member, Mycological Society of India.

5.

Four Years members, International Mycological  Society 2012-18.

6.

Life member, Microbiologist’s society.

7.

Life member, Indian Botanical Society.

8.

Life member, The Indian Science Congress Association.

9.

Life member, National Environmental Science Academy.

10.

Ten years member, Society for Ethnopharmacology, India.

Member in Academic Bodies:

1.

Academic Council Member, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi, 2016- Till the date

2

BOS-Dept of Biological Sciences, Bangalore University, Bangalore 2011-13,

3.

BOS-Dept of Appl. Botany, Kuvempu University Shimoga,

4.

BOS-Dept of Botany, Davanagere University from 2014-17

5.

BOS-Dept of Appl. Botany, Mangalore University from 2014-16

6.

BOS-Dept of Environmental Sciences, Tumkur University, Tumkur 2014-16

7.

BOS-Dept of Botany, Rani Channamma University, Belgavi 2015-2017

8.

BOS-Dept of Botany, Vijayanagar Sri Krishadevaraya University, Bellary 2015-17.

9.

BOS_Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi

10.

Doctoral Committee- Solapure University, Solapure, Maharastra, 2007-09.

11.

Doctoral Committee-Dept of Applied Botany, Kuvempu University, Shimoga, 2015-17

12.

Doctoral Committee: Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi

Scholarship/Fellowship : International/National/State/University :

1.

Commonwealth Academic Fellowship, UK 2013.

2.

University Scholarship for Research Programme during 1994-1995

National/International Workshops/short term courses/Schools/College attended :

1.

Detection and Management of Wheat Pathogens held at the Centre of Advanced studies in Plant Pathology, Division of plant Pathology, IARI-New Delhi from 16th to 30th July, 1998.

2.

Protoplast Fusion Technology for Strain Improvement in Filamentous Fungi, held at Centre for Advanced Studies in Botany, University of Madras, Chennai from 5th to 26th April, 1999.

3.

Remote Sensing and GIS Applications, at Regional Remote Sensing Service Centre, Bangalore from 13th November to 1st December, 2000

4.

Advanced Molecular biology Techniques, at Institute of Biosciences and Molecular biology, Jayanagar, Bangalore from 1st to 15th April, 2005.

5.

National Workshop on Research Methodology in Basic Sciences held at Osmania University, Hyderabad (A P) From November 23rd to 27th, 2009.

Recognitions : International/National/Editor/ Referee/ Member of  Accreditation body/ UGC Board Member/DST Board Member/ Etc.:

1.

UGC-Member in the panel of Subject experts in Botany for Research Projects

2.

DST- Referee for evaluation of Research Projects

3.

Worked as Referee for National and International Journals and 31 Ph.D theses

Details of Conducted - International/National : Conference/Seminar/Workshop/etc/ : Title of the seminar, Date and Venue :

1.

Treasurer:Symposium on “Biology, Biotechnology, Epidemiology and Management of Plant diseases” and IPS Annual Meeting (South Zone) 0n 9th and 10th December 2004 in the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

2.

Organizing Secretary: “National Conference on Medicinal and Aromatic plants to be held from 10th–12th December 2007 in the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

3.

Co-ordinator: Third Special Lecture Series on Advances in Biosciences from 2nd to 4th March, 2009 in the Department of Botany, GUG.

4.

Convener: “National Symposium on Role of Biology and Biotechnology in Conservation of Biodiversity and Sustainable Development” Organized at the Dept of Botany, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga from 22nd to 24th December, 2009.

5.

Coordinator: World Environment Day, 2012, organized on 5th June, 2012 on the main Campus of Gulbarga University, Gulbarga.

6.

Coordinator: Special lecture series entitled “Advances in Bioscience” sanctioned by KSTA Bangalore, held in Botany from 10-12th March, 2014.

Visited countries on Academic Assignments :

1.

England (Twice)

2.

Scotland (Twice)

3.

Srilanka

MOU’s/ Patent/etc.,

1.

 

2.

 

Any Other  : Consultancy.

1.

Identification and management of crop diseases.

2.

Identification and traditional applications of medicinal plants.