Name: Mr. Tilak Raj Maity                                                                                                      

Designation : Assistant Professor

 

             Mr. Maity joined this Institute in February, 2016

 

Mobile No. : +917501760960

Phone No. : +913224 252900; Extn.232
Email : tilakrajmaity@gmail.com

 

Contact Details : 

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

 

Education

                 

Ph. D (Pursuing) - Registered at Maulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology, West Bengal

M.Tech (Haldia Institute of Technology)

B. Tech (Haldia Institute of Technology - WBUT)

Skills

Plant Tissue Culture (Micropropagation), Plant Biotechnology, Microbiological Techniques

                         

Experience

Teaching Experience: Since February, 2016 teaches B.Tech and M.Tech students in the Department of Biotechnology, Haldia Institute of Technology, Haldia.

Course Taught

Odd Semester 2015-16

CH-301: Basic Environmental Engineering and Elementary Biology

Course Home

MBT-192: Advanced Plant Biotechnology Lab     Course Home

Even Semester 2015-16

CH-401: Basic Environmental Engineering and Elementary Biology

Course Home

BT-693: Plant Biotechnology Lab     Course Home
Areas of Research

# Plant Tissue Culture Engineering : LED illuminated plant tissue culture system

# Agrobacterium mediated plant transformation

 

 
                                                            

Publications

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

Refereed Journal Publications:

1. Samanta A, Datta S, Maity TR, Mandal A, Datta AK (2014) Assessment of methotrexate on dihydrofolate reductase activity, total RNA content and cell division of Lathyrus sativus L. Nucleus. 57(2): 129–134.

2. Maity TR, Samanta A, Jana D, Saha B, Datta S (2014) Effect of Piper betle leaf extract on post-harvest physiology and vascular blockage in relation to vase life and keeping quality of cut spike of Tuberose (Polianthes tuberosa L. cv. Single). Indian Journal of Plant Physiology. 19(3): 250–256.

3. Samanta A, Datta S, Datta AK, Maity TR, Mandal A, Das D (2015) Assessment of Cisplatin, Etoposide, Vinblastine and Piper betle leaf extract on some attributes of cell division in Lathyrus sativus L. Cytologia. 80(4): 1–6.

4. Samanta A, Maity TR, Jana D, Saha B, Datta S (2015) Standardization of in vitro propagation of Polianthes tuberosa L. (calcutta double). Journal of Plant Development Sciences. 7(12): 889-891.

5. Bera AK, Maity TR, Samanta A, Dolai A, Saha B, Datta S (2015) Enhancement of in vitro corm production in Gladiolus by periodically replacement of liquid media using coir matrix. Journal of Applied Horticulture. 17(3): 222-224.

6. Datta S, Jana D, Maity TR, Samanta A, Banerjee R (2016) Piper betle leaf extract affects the quorum sensing and hence virulence of Pseudomonas aeruginosa PAO1. 3 Biotech. 6(18): DOI 10.1007/s13205-015-0348-8.

7. Maity TR, Samanta A, Jana D, Saha B, Datta S (2014) In vitro flowering of tobacco induced by light emitting diode. Indian Journal of Biotechnology (Accepted).

Refereed Conference Publications:

1. Maity TR, Samanta A, Jana D, Saha B, Bera AK and Datta S (2013) Improvement of keeping quality and the vase life of Tuberose cut flowers using Betel leaf extracts. Proceedings of National Seminar on New Horizone in Biotechnology, West Bengal, India. pp. 181-185.