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Best College in Patna | Sumeet-Ranjan-Deptt-of-Zoology


M.Sc, Ph.D
Vidwan – ID : 357850

Gender : Male
Department : Zoology
Work Experience :
  • 11/2014-present Scientist I, Central Research Laboratory, Patna Women’s College.
  • 11/2011-10/2014 Project Fellow on Major research Project under the Head, Dept of
    Zoology, funded by University Grants Commissions, New Delhi.
  • 07/2009/10/2011 Research Officer at Plant Tissue culture division, Renaissance Biotech
    Pvt Ltd., Patna, Bihar.
  • 06/2008-6/2009 Quality Assurance Trainee at NLP Organics Pvt Ltd, Bhiwadi, Rajsthan
  • 11/2007-05/2008 Trainee of Plant tissue cuture, Biotech Consortium of India, Department
    Biotechnology, Govt. of India.
  • Sumeet Ranjan, Shahla Yasmin (2015). Amelioration of fluoride toxicity using Amla
    (Emblica officinalis). Current Science Current Science, Vol. 108, No. 11, 10 June
    2015: 2094-98
  • Sumeet Ranjan, Shahla Yasmin (2015). Assessment of Fluoride Intake Through
    Food Chain and Mapping of Endemic Areas of Gaya District, Bihar, India. Bull
    Environ Contam Toxicol,94
    (2): 220-224.
  • Shahla Yasmin, Sumeet Ranjan, Doris D’Souza (2013). Haematological changes in
    fluorotic adults and children in fluoride endemic regions of Gaya district, Bihar, India.
    Environ Geochem Health DOI 10.1007/s10653-013-9570-7.
  • Shahla Yasmin, Sumeet Ranjan, Hilaluddin & Doris D’Souza (2013): Effect of excess fluoride
    ingestion on human thyroid function in Gaya region, Bihar, India, Toxicological &
    Environmental Chemistry
    , DOI: 10.1080/02772248.2013.847619.