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Dr Bharti Arora

Dr. Bharti Arora
Assistant Professor (Sr. Scale) &
Deputy Dean - Research, Development & Industrial Liaison (RDIL)

M Phil (Chemistry) & Ph D (Chemistry), University of Delhi
M Sc (Organic Chemistry), Hansraj College (University of Delhi)
B Sc Chemistry (Hons.), Hansraj College (University of Delhi)
P.G. Diploma (Patent Law), NALSAR, Hyderabad.

Academic Experience
Dr Bharti Arora has been associated with the university since July, 2013. She has almost six years of teaching experience including Hansraj College and Lady Irwin College (University of Delhi) in past. She is actively involved in teaching Engineering Chemistry, Environmental Studies and Green Technology at NCU. She also received an appreciation for excellent classroom teaching by Head, ASIC Accreditation, UK (Prof John Wilson) in 2016 at NCU.
A meritorious student throughout from University of Delhi, Dr Arora has been awarded “UGC Research Fellowship in Science for Meritorious Students”. She was also selected for the “Jawaharlal Nehru Scholarships for Doctoral Research Studies” in 2008.

Research Areas/ Interest
Biophysical and Biochemical aspects of Nucleic Acids, DNA Polymorphism and Interaction studies, Structural Biology, Biopolymers, Ionic liquids, Bioinformatics.
She is well acquainted with UV-visible & Circular Dichroism (CD) Spectroscopy, Gel Electrophoresis and Bioinformatic softwares/tools.
Research Publications
Dr Arora has published five research papers in reputed international journals (WOS /SCOPUS) with a total SCI impact factor of 10.18. She has also published seven chapters in books (WOS /SCOPUS) by renowned international publishers (Wiley-Scrivener, Pan Stanford, and Elsevier). She has participated and presented papers in several national and international conferences.

Administrative Roles & Others
Besides her excellent teaching ability, Dr Arora is also looking after the research administration in university as Deputy Dean- Research, Development and Industrial Liaison (RDIL) for the past 4 years. She is also handling the responsibility of NIRF ranking at NCU.
She has also organized many guest lectures by eminent scientists from India and abroad. She also organized a National Workshop on “MEMS Design, Technology & Application” from 1st-3rd March, 2015 in collaboration with IITD (Co-Coordinator: Dr Bharti Arora, NCU & Coordinator: Dr Madhusudan Singh, IITD). She is actively involved in delivering invited talks and has participated in panel discussions.
She is a Life member of DNA Society of India, The Indian Science Congress Association, Society of Biological Chemists (India), Indian Biophysical Society & Chemical Research Society of India. She is a reviewer for Nature Scientific Reports (IF 5.581), PLOS One (IF 2.806) & Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry” Journal (IF= 2.722)

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