About Institute of Basic & Applied Sciences

The Department of Basic Sciences is devoted to understanding of the fundamental principles of science and engineering that are capable of enhancing the human experience. The Department of Basic Sciences has a special mission to promote interdisciplinary research and education in different areas of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Zoology and Botony that will address the future requirements of the research to society. Many research projects are running in this department at different faculties. Department has well qualified faculties from the prime institutions of the country. Both academic and research activities are undergoing.

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Department of Physics

Department of Physics of Nims University has advanced laboratory facilities for educational development and improve visual thinking of students. Apart from course teaching, faculties guide students for research projects and for competitive exams like GATE and NET etc. Academic experts and technical persons have regular time to time visits in Physics Department.

The Department of Physics caters to the needs of teaching compulsory Physics course to all the students of Engineering admitted to this university in B. Tech. course. The department offers postgraduate & Ph.D. programs. The Physics laboratories are very well equipped and the Department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members. The technical staff is also well trained and qualified.

Department of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry is imparting excellent teaching in Chemistry as well as in environment studies to the students of B. Tech, B.Sc., M.Sc. & M.Phil & Ph.D. to fulfill their requirements of achieving better goal The department has highly qualified and experienced faculty whose rutilant academic career leave an indelible impression upon their taught. It has well equipped and well ventilated laboratories with profuse excess of light. The facilities for research work are well developed.

Department of Mathematics

The Department caters to the needs of Mathematics courses for the students of Engineering admitted to B. Tech as well as course of B.Sc., M.Sc. and Ph.D. in mathematics. The Department has qualified and experienced faculty.

Department of Zoology

The Post-Graduate Department is established in the year 2008 to impart higher education (teaching and research) in Zoology. The Department runs four programmes, three years Bachelor degree, a two-year Master of Science (M. Sc.) degree, one-year Master of Philosophy (M.Phil.) degree and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree by research. The Department has sufficient space and the laboratories for post Graduate teaching and research activities. The Department has also its separate departmental library with latest collection of text-books, reference books for M. Sc. Students and a number of Journals of basic and applied nature useful to conduct researches in the areas of endocrinology, physiology, Immunocytochemisty, cell and tissue culture, reproductive biology, and Neurobiology in the branches of Entomology, Fish and Fisheries, Animal Physiology and of Mammalian,Reproductive Physiology.

Department of Botany

The department of botany, Research activities relate to the heavy metal and environmental stress on plants, air pollution and impact on plant form, function and medicinal properties, genetic characterization of medicinal plants, ethnobotany and plant systematic, meristematic behaviour and secondary plant growth, tissue culture studies for alkaloid production, multiplication and preservation of endangered species, transmission and application of variation in plants, etc.

Herbal garden is also maintained within the campus for developing cultivation methods of medicinal and aromatic plants. It is proposed to set up independent labs in different disciplines such as Developmental Botany, Medicinal Botany, Plant Physiology, Environmental Botany, Phytotaxonomy, Genetics and Plant tissue Culture, etc.

Department of Statistics

We are a community engaged in research and education in probability and statistics. In addition to developing fundamental theory and methodology, we are actively involved in statistical problems that arise in such diverse fields as molecular biology, geophysics, astronomy, AIDS research, neurophysiology, sociology, political science, education, demography, and the U.S. Census. We have forged strong interdisciplinary links with other departments and areas of study, particularly mathematics, computer science, and biology, and actively seek to recruit graduate students and faculty who can help to build and maintain such links. We also offer a statistical consulting service each semester.

Department of Geology

The Department of Geology is actively involved in teaching and research in the field of Applied Geology. The Department has strived to maintain its multidisciplinary approach towards Earth Sciences by applying the concepts of Geology to solve scientific problems faced by the society. The Department maintains ties with well-known organizations such as the Geological Survey of India.

The aims of the Department are:

To design and develop scientific tools to study and monitor the earth processes and geo-resources such as minerals, oil and water, while extending the results of these efforts to the benefits of the students and the community; and to prepare students for careers in the fields of Applied Geology.


Research Activities:Department of Advance science and NIMS Medical College established “National Referral Centre for Fluoride poisoning in India” for the treatment and care from fluorosis. Department contributes the centre of R&D. Offer a referral and confirmatory Fluoride testing service for drinking water and blood samples received at the Centre from anywhere in India. Ongoing Projects: Various faculty members are involved in following ongoing projects
  1. Heavy metal toxicity: Effect heavy metals in rodents and protective efficacy of some natural products.
  2. Systemic effect of fluoride in fluoride exposed population: protective potential of Indian herbal preparations.
  3. Micro propagation of some essential medicinal plants using in vitro tissue culture
  4. Development of new process for the production of Bioethanol using different materials.
  5. Application of silver nanoparticle in drug delivery of different neurodegenerative disorders.
  6. Hyperlipidemic activity of some desert medicinal plants.
  7. In vitro and in vivo effect of herbal product on cataractogenesis.
  8. Pharmacological characterization of some medicinal compounds.
  Publications: Publications (2011-2012):
  1. Joshi Devesh, Choudhary Manisha, Tripathi Sandeep, Mahdi Abbas Ali. Docosahexaenoic acid reverses aluminium induced alteration in vitamins and lipid profiles in rat serum. Int. J. Phar. Biosci(Accepted, 2012).
  2. Manisha Choudhary, Dushyant Singh Chauhan, SandeepTripathi, biochemical and hematological dysfunction in subchronic dose of Lithium Chloride in rats. The Global Journal of Pharmaceutical  Research (Accepted 2012)
  3. Mahdi Hasan, Sandeep Tripathi, Abbas A. Mahdi. Neurolipofuscin in aging and aluminum-induced ageing: Possible therapeutic interventions.. Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2013.
  4. Choudhary Manisha, Joshi Devesh Kumar, Tripathi Sandeep, Kumar Sandeep, Mahdi Abbas Ali Protective Effect of Docosahexaenoic Acid on Aluminium Induced Autonomic and Gross Behavioural Changes in Male Albino Rats Int. J.Res. Phar. Sci. 2012,2(3),131-145
  5. Kumari Purnima, Sachan Reena, Yadav Poonam, Tomer Parul, Arya Arvind, Tripathi Sandeep, Kumar Sandeep. Anti-inflamatory activity of in vitro and in vivo Kigelia Pinnata (JACQ) DC from Indian Origin. Ind J. Fund. Appl. Life Sci. 2012. 2 (2) PP. 261-268
  6. Pal Amit, Choudhary Manisha, Joshi Devesh Kumar, Tripathi Sandeep, Modi Dinesh, Raj. Alteration in Thyroid Hormones and Vitamins As Early Markers of Aluminum Induced neurodegeneration in Rats. Int. J. Res. Pharm. Sci. 2012, 2 (2), 137-150.
  7. Devesh Kumar Joshi,  Rubal Kataria,  Pravesh Chaudhary, Sudhanshu Mishra, Manisha Choudhary, Dushyant S. Chauhan, Sandeep Tripathi Subchronic dose of lithium induces liver and kidney dysfunctioning in male albino rats. IMSEC/ICBB2012/A-33.http://www.icbb2012.in/download/A-33.pdf
  8. Dushyant Singh Chauhan, Rohit Vaishya, Radheshyam Singh, Surabhi Tomar, Sandeep Tripathi. Effect of lithium on hypothalamic gonadal axis in male albino rats; protective potential of Docosahexaenoic acid IMSEC/ICBB2012/A-34. http://www.icbb2012.in/download/A-34.pdf
  9. Mehta Tathagat, Ahmed Nadeem, Sudhanshu Mishra, Manisha Chaudhary, Devesh K. Joshi, Uma Advani, Sandeep Tripathi. Antioxidant status in Lithium induced cerebellar toxicity in rat central nervous system. IMSEC/ICBB2012/A-35. http://www.icbb2012.in/download/A-35.pdf
  10. Sudhanshu Mishra, Manisha Choudhary, Devesh Kumar Joshi, Sandeep Tripathi Aluminum nanoparticles induces mitochondrial dysfunctioning in the hippocampus of rat brainIMSEC/ICBB2012/A-37 http://www.icbb2012.in/download/A-37.pdf
  11. Manisha Choudhary, Udita Kulshrestha, Priyanka Singh, Sudhanshu Mishra, Dushyant Singh Chauhan, Devesh Kumar Joshi, Ayaz Ahmad, Sandeep Tripathi Subchronic dose of lithium chloride potentiate neurobehavioral and neurochemical changes in rat brain IMSEC/ICBB2012/A-39. http://www.icbb2012.in/download/A-39.pdf.
  12. Sandeep Tripathi, Manisha Choudhary, Devesh K. Joshi, Abbas Ali Mahdi, Mahdi Hasan, Kalyan Mitra. Influence of age on aluminum induced neurobehavioral, neurochemical and ultrastructural changes in rat brain: Protective role of Donepezil HCl. Int. J. Developmental Neurosci. 2012: 677..
  13. Vivek Pratap Singh, Sandeep Tripathi, Mantosh Kumar Satapathy, Sandeep Kumar, Basant Gupta, A.K. Seth.Neurobehavioral changes in different stages of fluorosis and its correlation with acetylcholinesterase activity: A clinical study in Jaipur district Rajasthan. Int. J. Developmental Neurosci. 2012; 692.
  14. 14.    Manisha Chaudhary, Devesh Kumar Joshi, Mantosh Kumar Satapathy, Sandeep Kumar, Sandeep Tripathi. Protective role of docosahexaenoic acid on aluminum induced neurochemical and neurobehavioral changes in rat central nervous system. Int. J. Developmental Neurosci.2012: 691-692.
  1. Anurag TomarVivek P. SinghDushyant S. ChauhanSudhanshu Mishra , Devesh K. Joshi , Sandeep    Kumar ,  Sandeep TripathiSwati Tomar ,  Surabhi Tomar (2012) Excessive Fluoride exposure delineating the changes of different vitamin concentration and oxidative burden in school children of eastern region of the Rajasthan India Fluoride, 2012: 45 (3 Pt 1) 207.
  2. Swati TomarSudhanshu Mishra ,  Manisha Choudhary ,  Dushyant S. Chauhan , Poonam Yadav , Vivek P. Singh ,  Devesh K. Joshi ,  Sandeep Tripathi 1Surabhi Tomar , Anurag Tomar Increased oxidative burden in hypertensive retinopathy patients and its association with fluoride exposure in population of Rajasthan IndiaFluoride, 2012: 45 (3 Pt 1)207-208.
  3. Sandeep Tripathi, Vivek.P.Singh, Dusyant. S. Chauhan, Sudhanshu Mishra, sandeepkumar, Surendra Pal Batra, A.K.Seth, Anurag Tomar, Mohd.Kaleem Ahmad Systemic effect of ground water fluoride on human population in Rajasthan, Indian Academy of Biomedical Science (2012).
  4. Chauhan D S, et al. DHA ameliorates long term fluoride exposure induced deterioration in hypothalamic neurohormones. Annals of Neurosciences, 2012;19: 48.
  5. Choudhary M et al. Neuromodulatry potatial of Docosahexaenoic acid on Aluminum induced cerebeller and brain stem toxicity in rats. Annals of Neurosciences, 2012; 19: 57.
  6. Tripathi S et al. Protective effect of omega 3- fatty acid on aluminium induced alteration in synaptic morphology in young and old rats. Annals of Neurosciences, 2012;19: 74
  7. Sharma R et al. HUMAN HEAD HAIR AS AN INDICATOR FOR environmental heavy metal neurotoxicity. Annals of Neurosciences, 2012;19: 46.
  8. Singh V P  et al. A correlation of the concentration of fluoride in blood and increased lipid peroxidation and associated cognitive decline in fluorotic patients of Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2012
  9. Chauhan D S et al.  Docosahexaenoic acid modulates sodium fluoride induced alteration in hypothalamic testicular axis in rat. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2012
  10. Yadav P et al. Stevia rebaudiana (Bertoni) regulate lipid peroxidation and antioxidant status in triton induced hyperlipidemic rats. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2012
  11. Mishra S et al. Correlation of serum fluoride levels and oxidative burden in hypertensive retinopathy patients in Rajasthan. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2012
  12. Joshi D K et al. Protective effect of docosahexaenoic acid on aluminum-mediated metabonomic changes in rat Urine; a proton nuclear magnetic resonance study. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry, 2012
  13. Vivek Pratap Singh, Sandeep Tripathi, Sandeep Kumar, Basant Gupta, A.K. Seth, Anurag Tomar. Influence of acetylcholinesterase activity in different age group of fluorotic patient in population of Rajasthan (STOX 2012).
  14. Devesh Joshi, Manisha Choudhary, Sandeep Tripathi. Combined administration of peracetamole and ibuprofen influences urinary metabonomic changes in aluminium treated rats; a Proton Nuclear Magnetic Resonance study. Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012..
  15. Choudhary M et al. IncreasedIron overload produces oxidative burden in cord blood Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012..
  16. Bhardwaj M et al. Pharmacotherapeutic role of Commiphora wightii on the downregulation of cholesterol biosynthesis pathway in hyperlipidemic rats Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012...
  17. Chauhan D S et al. Adverse effect of Lithium on sperm quality in patients with mood disorder Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012...
  18. Singh V P et al. Excessive fluoride exposure delineating cognitive impairment: A Behavioral and biochemical case control study Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012.
  19. Yadav P et al. Wound healing Potential of Ethanolic and Methanolic Extract of Stevia rebaudianaBert. instreptozotocin inducedDiabetic male albino rats Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012..
Madhvi bhardwaj, Poonam Yadav, Anupam Kumar, Sandeep Tripathi, Sandeep Kumar. Pharmacotherapeutic role of Commiphora wightii on the downregulation of cholesterol biosynthesis pathway in hyperlipidemic rats Journal of Pharmacovigilance and Drug Safety 2012..   Ph.D. Thesis & Publications
Sr. No. Enrol. Number Name Father’s Name Subject Thesis Title Paper Title Name of Journal & Volume (no.) & year, Page
1 PH/09/9806 Ms. Sapna Behel Mr. Pran Nath Behel Biotechnology Degradation of Textile Dyes with Biological Methods Microbial Decolorisation of Crystal Violet by Bacillus subtilis Biological Forum – An International Journal & Vol. 3 (No. 1) & 2011, pp – 82-86
2 PH/08/031 Mr. Nishant Saxena Mr. Narendra Kumar Saxena Biotechnology Genetic Diversityand Malting Potential of husked Barley Genotypes Carbohydrates and Minerals status of Fifteen Genotypes of Husked Barleys Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics & Vol. 7 (No. 1) & Jan. 2012
3 PH/08/006 Ms. Ankita Rajvanshi Mr. S. K. Rajvanshi Biotechnology Studies on role of non pathogens in minimizing pathogenic microbial load of salads Antagonistic properties of different bacteria isolated formsalads Asian J. Exp. Sci., Vol. 25, No. 2, 2011; 45-51
4 PH/09/0991 Sudha Thakur Mr. Laxmi Narayan Thakur Biochemistry, faculty of Medicine Biochemical role of superoxide dismutase, malondialdehyde concentration, high sensitive c-reactive protein and lipid profile in coronary heart disease H.s-CRP- A Potential Marker for Coronary Heart Disease Indian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Life Sciences ISSN: 2231-6345, 2011 Vol. 1 (I) Jan- Mar. pp. 1-4/thakur at al.
5 PH/09/0991 Sudha Thakur Mr. Laxmi Narayan Thakur Biochemistry, faculty of Medicine) Biochemical role of superoxide dismutase, malondialdehyde concentration, high sensitive c-reactive protein and lipid profile in coronary heart disease H.s-CRP- A Potential Marker for Coronary Heart Disease Indian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Life Sciences ISSN: 2231-6345, 2011 Vol. 1 (I) Jan- Mar. pp. 1-4/thakur at al.