Swati Maiti

Designation : Assistant Professor

 

            Mrs. Maiti joined this Institute in July, 2010

 

Mobile No. : +919432876951

Phone No. : 9432876951; Extn.232
Email : swatimaiti.bt@gmail.com

 

Contact Details : 

Department of Biotechnology
Haldia Institute of Technology
ICARE Complex, HIT Campus                                                                                  
Hatiberia, PO-HIT
Dist. Purba Medinipur, West Bengal, INDIA
PIN-721657
 

 

Education

B.Tech (Biotechnology) from VisvesvarayaTechnological university (VTU), Banglore

M.Tech (Biotechnology) West Bengal University of Technology (WBUT).

Skills

Bioreactor Design and Analysis, Spectroscopy and Toxicology.

Experience
Teaching

Since July 15, 2010 in Haldia Institute of Technology, Haldia, India for the course Bachelor and Master in Engineering in Biotechnology.

Research

A. Pursuing Ph.D. on Environmental Toxicology Maulana abul kalam azad University of Technology (MAKUT), India.

B. Research done on  Protein Engineering in Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, India

C.. M. Tech. Dissertation on Molecular reorganisation of  drug in  Bio molecules in S. N. B. N. C. B. S, India.

 

Course Taught

Odd Semester 2015-16

Course code with name

Course Home

BT-701, Bioreactor Design and Analysis

Course Home

CH-301, Basic Environmental Biotechnology and Elementary Biology

 

CHE-392, Instrumental Methods of Analysis

Course Home

Even Semester 2014-15

CH-401, Industrial Stoichiometry

Course Home

CH-401, Basic Environmental Biotechnology and Elementary Biology

Course Home

MBT-203A, Bioprocess Engineering and Technology

 

Ch-14, Instrumental Methods of Analysis

 

 
Areas of Research

Environmental Toxicology

 

Collaborative research with:

Dr. Sudarson Sekhar Sinha, Jackson State University, USA

 

 

 

Publications

Updated View on Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Swati_Maiti

 

1. S.Maiti, K. Sasmal, S. S. Sinha, Mukesh Singh*, 2016. Analysis of cytotoxicity and genotoxicity on E. coli, Human blood cells and Allium cepa suggests a greater toxic potential of hair dye.  Ecotoxicology & Environmental Safety, 124, 248-254, 2016.

2.  S. Maiti, S. S. Sinha, Mukesh Singh*, Hair Dye-DNA electrostatic interaction; plausible cause of mutation, Cosmetics , 2, 313-321.2015 doi:10.3390/cosmetics2040313 [MDPI]

3. S. Maiti, P. Maiti, S. S. Sinha, R. K. Mitra and S. K. Pal “Molecular Recognition of Plant DNA: Does It Differ From Conventional Animal DNA?”, International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 44, 133, 2009. 

4. R. K. Mitra, S. S. Sinha, S. Maiti and S. K. Pal "Sequance dependent ultrafast electron transfer of Nile Blue in Oligonucleotide", J. Fluorescence, 19, 353, 2009.    

 

Patent

 

1.    A method and system for non-invasive quantitative estimation of Billirubin in human body, Indian Pat. Appl. (2009), 467/KOL/2009 dated 17th March 2009. Publication Date: 01/05/2009

2.    A method and system for non-invasive quantitative estimation of Hemoglobin in human blood, Indian Pat. Appl. (2009), 466/KOL/2009 dated 17th March 2009. Publication Date: 01/05/2009

3.    A method and system for non-invasive quantitative estimation of Oxygen content in human blood, Indian Pat. Appl. (2009), 465/KOL/2009 dated 17th March 2009 Publication Date: 01/05/2009

Award

1. Achieved silver medal for holding 2nd position in West Bengal University of Technology during M.Tech degree.

2. Achieved best paper presentation award on National Conference on “Environmental Issues and Food Security in India: Let’s voice together towards a sustainable future”.