Kongunadu

Arts and Science College (Autonomous)

Institution Affiliated to Bharathiar University

Re-accredited by NAAC with 'A' Grade 3.64 CGPA (3rd Cycle)

College of Excellence (UGC)

Co-Educational Institution Approved by UGC, New Delhi

  G.N.Mills Post, Coimbatore - 641029, Tamilnadu, INDIA

44 years of educational excellance


INCULCATING CREATIVITY AND INNOVATIONS

The institute has oriented & motivated the UG students towards creativity and innovation by undertaking research work/ project based learning, survey work, innovative ideas and an opportunity to improve scientific aptitude (starting from reagent preparation, instrument handling, protocol standardization, analytical thinking ,data analysis and interpretation, research paper writing etc.)

Department of Biochemistry

List of project undertaken by students

Group Name of the Students Name of the Guide Title of the Project
2013-2014
1. K.Priyanka
S.Suhaiff
H.Shihab
J.Anusuya
S.Sarathkumar
D.Deepak Singh
J.Sheeba
B.Sasikumar
Dr. S. Krishnakumari Survey and Analysis of Biochemical parameters in Adult and Middle aged population of Kongunadu arts and Science College
2. T.Suresh Kumar
G.Deepika
K.David
M.Logeshwari
P.Gopalakrishnan
K.Poornima
V.Praveen kumar
Dr.K.Kalaivani “A comparative study of Biochemical changes in Normal and Diabetic Patients”
2014-2015
1. A. Kannan
S. Velmurugan
S. Nareshkumar
R. Vaishnavi
S. Ramya
Dr. R. Kokilavani Optimization of cultivation technology and evaluation of nutritive value of Pleurotus sajor- caju an edible mushroom
2. S. Chandhru
J. Shenbagam
T. Sharmila 
V. Christina
B. Dhanishka
Dr. Indra A Jayaraj Evaluation of antibacterial activity of temple trees:- with special reference to Aegle marmelos
3. G. Ramya
T. Arunkumar
B. Vidhya
S. Renugadevi
M. Devendran
Dr. S. Krishnakumari Enhancing the bio efficiency of Agrocybe aegerita - a black poplar mushroom
4. R. Sujith
K. S. Sisira
K. I. Muneefa
P. Gowthami
U. Dheenathayalan
Dr. K. Kalaivani Phytochemical analysis and evaluation of cytotoxic effect of silver nano particles of aqueous extract of green tea leaves
5. Shanmugasundaram
P. Vinoth Prasanth
B. Sujithra
D. Selvamani
P. Murugan
Dr. V. Selvi Antibacterial potential of temple trees:- with special reference to Thespesia populnea