Gulbarga University
Year of establishment:1980-81
Gulbarga - 585 106, Karnataka State - India
Department of P.G. Studies and Research in Microbiology
Dr. S.M. Gaddad
Professor
Dept. of PG Studies and Research in Microbiology
Jnana Ganga, Gulbarga University
Gulbarga - 585 106 Karnataka, India
E-mail:
Tel No.: +91 8472-263297 (O)
Fax No.: +91 8472-245633 (O)
Residence
Gulbarga - 585 105 Karnataka, India
Tel No.: +91 8472 245240 (R)
+91 9342352882 (Cell)
Date of Birth:
Academic Qualifications: M.Sc., Ph.D.

M.Sc.

Karnatak University, Dharwad 1974

Ph.D.

Gulbarga University, Gulbarga (Topic : 1981
Areas of Specialization

Medical, Environmental, Immunology, Microbiological diversity

Teaching Experience
1. Lecturer in Microbiology at Gulbarga University, Gulbarga 1978 to 1983
2. Reader in Microbiology at Gulbarga University, Gulbarga 1983 to 1992
3. Professor of Microbiology at Gulbarga University, Gulbarga Science 1992
Administrative Experience
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Research Guidance: Ph.D. - 10, M.Phil. - 08
Research Publications
1. Clonal Spread of CTX-M-15 producing Klebsiella pneumoniae in a rural village in Southern India. Muzaheed, Peterson, C.T. Shivannavar and S.M.Gaddad (2007), J. of Antimicrobial and Chemotherapy (under consideration)
2. Disinfection of Escherichia coli contaminated water by ozonization, Indian J. Microbiology, 2007
3. Prevalence and antibiotic sensitivity of shiga toxin producing Escherichia coli in Gulbarga region, India. Kesava Naidu,G., S.M.Gaddad, C.T.Shivannavar, N.Rajendra Goud, Ujjwal Nevgi and Ruchi Saumy.  Trends in Med. Research (USA), 2(3) (2207):147-154.
4. Degradation of H-acid by bacteria. Usha M.S., Sanjay M.K., Shivannavar C.T. and Gaddad S.M. (2005). J. Soil Biology &Ecology, 25 (1&2): 39-46.
5. Effect of Carbon and Nitrogen Sources on Degradation of H-Acid (2005). Usha M. S., Shivannavar C. T. and Gaddad S. M. (2005) Proceedings of ICCE-2005, Indore, December 24th to 26th,. pp. 431-433.
6. Comparative Studies on the Effect of Zinc on free and immobilized systems of E. coli. Gaddad S.M., Basavaraja Ganapa, Girish B.S., Raghavendra Ranjeri and Channappa T. Shivannavar (2005). Proceedings of ICCE-2005, Indore from December 24th to 26th, 2005. pp. 758-761.
7. Continuous Decolourisation of Mixed Textile Dye Effluent by an Immobilized Packed Bed Bacterial Consortium. Subhaschandra M. Gaddad, Shankara S., Keshava Naidu G. and Channappa T. Shivannavar (2005). Proceedings of ICCE-2005, Indore from December 24th to 26th, 2005. pp. 434-438.
8. Carriage of capsulated strains of Staphylococcus aureus: a population based study performed in Gulbarga, South India, M. Paul-Satyseela, A. vanBelkum, CT.Shivannavar and SM. Gaddad (2004). Epidemiol. Infect. 132(5): 831-838.
9. Application of Immobilized Microbial System for  Environmental Management, Gaddad SM, Shankar S., Bsavaraj G and Shivannavar CT (2003). Proceedings of Seminar on emvironmental Management and Pollution Control, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga, pp 143-150.
10. Effect of gutkha on the microbial environment of oral cavity, Shivannavar CT, Srinivasa Y and Gaddad SM (2003). Proceedings of seminar on emvironmental Management and Pollution Control, Gulbarga University, Gulbarga, pp151-154.
11. Microbial quality of ground water sources in Gulbarga city. Shivannavar C.T., Shankar S., Basavaraja G., Rao D.V. & Gaddad S.M. (2002). Proc. Int. Conf. on Water and Wastewater: Perspectives of Developing Countries, IIT, New Delhi pp 517-522.
12. Bioremediation of textile dye contaminated wastewater by bacteria. Shankar S., Shivannavar C.T. & Gaddad S.M. (2002). Proc. Int. Conf. on Water and Wastewater: Perspectives of Developing Countries, IIT, New Delhi pp 823-831.
13. Evaluation of mercury and nickel toxicity using immobilized S. aureus and Bacillus sp. Basavaraja G., Jahagirdar H.S., Shivannavar C.T. & Gaddad S.M. (2002). Proc. Int. Conf. on Water and Wastewater: Perspectives of Developing Countries, IIT, New Delhi pp 695-703.
14. Bioleaching of copper from chalcopyrite ore by fungi. Venkateswara Rao D., Shivannavar C.T. & Gaddad S.M Ind. J. Expt. Biol. 40 (2002): 319-324.
15. Biopolymer hydrolysing bacteria in the gut of the termite Odontotermes brunneus. Amoji S.D., Sultanpurkar M.P. & Gaddad S.M. (1994): In Proc. Indian Soc. Comp. Animal Physiol., 12, 87-90.
6. Antibacterial activity of 2-substituted amino-5-(2-furyl)-1,3,4-oxadiazoles and their metal complexes. Reddy K.M., Halli M.B., Hiremath A.C. & Gaddad S.M. (1992):. Indian J. Microbiol., 31, 411-3.
17. Effect of pH on the growth and biochemical activities of Escherichia coli in sewage. Gaddad S.M., Hosetti B.B. & Sudarshan Reddy R. (1992): Environ. Ecol., 10, 21-26.
18. Effect of pH on the growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa in sewage. Gaddad S.M. & Hosetti B.B. (1991):  Geobios, 18, 63-73.
19. Antibacterial and antifungal activity of thiosemicarbazide, thiadiazole and triazole derivatives and their metal complexes. Hiremath A.C., Halli M.B., Huggi N.V. & Gaddad S.M. (1989): Gulbarga Univ.Res.J.Vignanaganga (Sci & Tech.), 2,57-61
20. Screening of benzofurans and their metal complexes for their antibacterial activity. Hiremath A.C., Halli M.B., Huggi N.V. & Gaddad S.M. (1989): Indian J. Microbiol., 29, 73-75.
21. Use of enzymes as an index of wastewater quality. Gaddad S.M. & Hosetti B.B. (1989): In Current Trends in Environmental Pollution and Pesticide Toxicology (Shashikant Ed.) New Book House Publ. New Delhi, pp 135-40.
22. BOD removal capabilities of some microorganisms. Hosetti B.B., Yalamani A.H. & Gaddad S.M. (1988): Environ. Ecol., 6, 505-5.
23. Screening of schiff base and benzamidazole derivatives for their antibacterial activity. Pujar M.A., Bharamgoudar T.D., Gaddad S.M. & Neelagund Y.F. (1987): Indian J. Microbiol., 27, 75-7.
24. Biochemical changes associated with the growth of Escherichia coli and Shigella sonnii on dairy animal wastewater. Hosetti B.B., Gaddad S.M. & Patil H.S.(1987): Environ. Ecol., 5, 575-8.
25. Effect of temperature on the growth and biochemical activities of Escherichia coli in sewage. Gaddad S.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1987):  Environ Pollut.(U.K), 43,413-21.
26. Effect of temperature on the growth and biochemical activities of Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolated from a stabilization pond. Gaddad S.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1987): J. Environ, Biol., 8, 143-9.
27. Biochemical changes associated with with the growth of Chlorella vulgaris (Beij) and Scenedesmus quadricauda (Turp) Bre’b on pharmaceutical wastewater. Hosetti B.B., Patil H.S. & Gaddad S.M.(1986):  Biol. Bull. India, 8, 163-7.
28. Effect of hydrogen ion concentration on the growth and biochemical activities of Proteus vulgaris in sewage. Gaddad S.M., Hosetti B.B. & Yalamani A.H. (1986):  Environ. Ecol., 4, 465-8.
29. Azo and schiff bases and their metal complexes as antibacterial compounds. Pujar M.A., Hadimani BS., Meenakumari S., Gaddad S.M. & Neelgund YF. (1986): Curr. Sci., 55, 353-4.
30. Effect of temperature on the growth and biochemical activities of Proteus vulgaris in sewage. Gaddad S.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1985):  Environ. Ecol., 3, 414-7.
31. Comparative BOD removal efficiency of certain microorganisms isolated from a stabilization pond. Gaddad S.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1985):  Curr. Sci., 54, 749-50.
32. Effect of detention period on the biochemical activities of sewage stabilization ponds. Hosetti B.B., Patil H.S., Rodgi S.S. & Gaddad S.M. (1985): J. Environ. Biol., 6, 1-6.
33. Ecological studies of two polluted bodies of water at Gulbarga. Gaddad S.M., Nimbargi P.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1983):  Pollut. Res., 2, 49-52.
34. Catalase and protease activities in in relation to BOD removal and bacterial growth in sewage. Gaddad S.M., Jayaraj Y.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1982):  Indian  J. Environ Hlth., 24,321-3.
35. Evaluation of rapid agar pour-plate technique for the enumeration of fecal coliforms in treated sewage effluents. Jayaraj Y.M., Gaddad S.M. & Rodgi S.S. (1982):  J. Karnatak Univ. Sci., 27, 73-6.