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Dr. Vikrant Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry has been selected by the UGC for the Raman Fellowship for Post Doctoral Research for Indian Scholars in the United States (2014-15). He will be working on 'Catalysts for Water Oxidation: Hope for Sustainable Energy Source' at the San Diego State University, California, USA.
Mr. Dinesh Kumar, Assistant Professor, Department of English receiving the Teaching Excellence Award 2014 from the Vice-Chancellor, University of Delhi.
Based on the feedback from students and the Principal, and the records of the efforts put in by the teacher in improving results, in research, extra-curricular activities and in corporate life of college, the Directorate of Higher Education, Government of the NCT of Delhi selects a teacher each from the Delhi government colleges for theaward. This year ten teachers from the University of Delhi were selected for the award. Each award carries a citation and 1 Lakh INR.
Dr Urmi Bajpai of the Acharya Narendra Dev College was selected for the award this year. She is one of the founders of the Department of Biomedical Science (BMS), introduced by the University at ANDC in 1999. Her vision and hard work has richly contributed in shaping B.Sc., Honours course in BMS. Her focus has been on giving hands-on training to the students and makes them independent learners.
Over the years Dr Urmi Bajpai has been sanctioned four research projects with a total grant of Rs. 77 Lakhs and that has helped her establish a well-equipped and modern laboratory for Molecular Biology. She has pioneered the Undergraduate research program in the college and about 125 students so far have participated in projects on Cloning and Expression of Mycobacterium tuberculosis genes and on Mycobacteriophages. She is recognized by the University of Delhi as a PhD guide and currently one PhD Scholar and one TATA-CSIR-OSDD Fellowship awardee are working under her guidance on "Multi-target therapy for Tuberculosis". She is often invited as a speaker in various National and International platforms for discussion on new models of education.
Dr. Amit Garg, Associate Professor in Department of Electronics receiving the Meritorious Teachers' Award of the Directorate of Higher Education, Government of NCT of Delhi for the year 2012-13 from Smt. Sheila Dixit, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi in the august presence of Dr. A.K. Walia, Hon'ble Minister for Higher Education .He was also presented a cash award of Rs. 75,000/- on this occasion.
Dr. Satyapal Singh (Born January, 1978) has been associated as coach with Para Sports (Athletics) since 2004. His trainees have won Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals in Asian Para Games, 2010, 4th IBSA World Championships, 2011, IWAS Senior World Games, 2009, Asian All Star Athletics Championship, 2008.
At the National level also, his trainees have performed extraordinarily well, his trainees won 14 Gold, 6 Silver and 3 Bronze medals in 5th Para National Games, 2010 and 22 Gold, 3 Silver and 3 Bronze medals in National Para-Athletics Championships, 2012.
In recognition of his outstanding achievements in the field of coaching, the Dronacharya Award for the year 2012 is being conferred upon Dr. Satyapal Singh.
Dr. Sunita Hooda, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry was awarded the 'Meritorious Teachers Award' by Smt. Sheila Dikshit, Hon'ble Chief Minister of Delhi, at a function held on May 10, 2012 in the Delhi Secretariat. She was given a cash prize of Rs 75,000/- and a certificate.
Dr Sarita Kumar was awarded the 'Meritorious Teachers Award' at a Special function held on May 10, 2011 in the office of the Chief secretary, Government of the NCT of Delhi. She was given a cash prize of Rs 75,000/- and a certificate.