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UNIVERSITY GRANTS COMMISSION

New Delhi

ANNEXURE-I
FORMAT FOR INVITING PROPOSAL FOR FRESH INDUCTION UNDER SAP- (DRS)
Proposal for Centre of Advanced Study (CAS) –Phase II
1. Name and address of the University: University of Delhi, Delhi

110007


Year of Establishment: 1922
2 Name and Address of the Registrar: Prof. Tarun K. Das

University of Delhi

Delhi 110007

3. Name of the eligible Department submitting the proposal with detailed address:


Address:

Department of Geology, E-Mail: headgeoldu@gmail.com

University of Delhi, Delhi Ph. 011-27667073

Pin code 110007 Fax _011-7666295


4.Name and Address of the Prof. D.K.Sinha

Head of the Department: Department of Geology,

University of Delhi

Delhi 110007

Ph. 011 27667073,

Fax: 011 276667073

Email: headgeoldu@gmail.com
5. Name and Address of the Prof.C.S.Dubey

Coordinator proposed for the programme: Department of Geology

University of Delhi,

Delhi 110007 Fax: 011 276667073

Email: headgeoldu@gmail.com
6. Name and Address of the Deputy Prof.D.K.Sinha

Coordinator proposed for the programme: Department of Geology

University of Delhi, Delhi 110007

Ph. 011 27667073

Fax: 011 276667073

Email:
7. The Thrust Area(s) of research to be undertaken under the programme.


GEOLOGICAL EVOLUTION OF INDIAN CRUST: To continue studies in Himalayas and Peninsular Indian Shield areas so as involve maximum number of faculty members under following sub-heads:





  1. Petrology, Tectonics & Metallogeny




  1. Hydrogeology and Environmental Geology



  1. Sedimentary Basins, Life and Palaeoclimate



8. Faculty* in the department:








Professor

Associate Professor

Assistant Professor

(a)

Approved strength

3 +1 (Emeritus Professor)

9


13

(b)

In position

9* + 1 (Emeritus Professor)

1

5

* One Professor on deputation as Vice-Chancellor of Jamia Millia University
• Please enclose a list of faculty members giving name, designation, qualifications, specialization and number of publications (international & national level) during the last 5 years. (Annexure II)
9. (a) Students intake and passout in the Department during last 5 years.


Name of the course

Intake

Average no. of students passing out per year

Major areas of placement of students


  1. B.Sc. (H) Geology (FYUP) 2013

  2. B.Sc. (H) Geology (CBCS) 2015



  1. M.Sc. Geology

  2. M.Sc. 5-years Integrated Geology



32
36

160


104



30 continuing (Yet to complete 3 years)

36 Continuing (Yet to complete 3 years)

130

13 (Only one batch completed)



GSI, ONGC, CGWB, HZL, AMD, Reliance, Academic Institutions



Research Degrees

  1. M.Phil

  2. Ph.D.

10

---



6

36

--------- do ----------

Postdocs in India & abroad and faculty in universities




(b) Research and Collaborative projects completed by the Department during last 5 years.


National level organizations / agencies

International level organizations / agencies

No. of projects

Amount (Rs. in lakhs)

No. of projects

Amount (Rs. in lakhs)

Completed Projects

43

726.84

01

36

Ongoing projects

10

354.82









List of completed projects

S. No

Project name

Principal Investigator

DURATION

Sponsoring agency

Amount (Rs. In Lakhs)


1

Brittle reactivation of Gavilgarh-Tan Shear Zone, and its seismogenic implications (SR/S4/ES-470/2009)


A.Chattopadhyay

2010-2013

DST

18.83

2

Constraints on crustal evolution and ore mineralization in the Aravalli-Bundelkhand proto –continent, Northern Indian Shield and the Eastern Baltic Shield Russia.


Ashima Saikia

2012-2015

DST-RFBR

12.00

3

Petrological, geochemical and geochronological studies on the volcano-sedimentary sequence from Rajgir-Madhupur Belt: Implications for the Crustal Evolution of the Indian Plate.


Ashima Saikia

2012-2015

CSIR

28.52

4

Variability of the Indonesian through flow and its effect on the Oceanographic and Climatic Changes in the Indian Ocean during last 30,000 years based on planktic foraminiferal abundance and stable isotopic record.

A.K.Singh

2011-2014

DST

12.00

5

Variability of Indian monsoon from Eastern Indian Ocean during Holocene: Evidence from Isotopic Depth ranking of Planktic foraminifera.

A.K.Singh

2014

D.U.

2.00

6

Variability of western Pacific warm pool during last 30 ky BP and its effect on Indian monsoon: Evidence from planktic foraminiferal and their Isotopic Depth ranking.

A.K.Singh

2013-2014

D.U.

2.40

7

Variability of Indian monsoon from Eastern Indian Ocean during Holocene: Evidence from Isotopic Depth ranking of planktic foraminifera.

A.K.Singh

2014-2015

D.U.

2.40

8

Change in ocean circulation pattern and it effect on Southwest Monsoon during late Quaternary: Evidence from proxies in deep Sea sediments

A.K.Singh

2015-2016

D.U.

3

9

Landslide hazard and mitigation mapping as a part of MANU (Mapping around Neighboringhood of Uttarakhand)

C.S.Dubey

2013-2014




25.00

10

3-D Modelling of Sub-Surface Data ---------relation to seismicity and hydrology for NCR covering parts of Haryana and UP.

C.S.Dubey

2010-2013




46.00

11

Variability of Indian Monsoon since Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) based on quantitative and stable isotopic analyses of depth related planktic foraminiferal assemblage from Western Arabian Sea and Bay of Bengal

D.K.Sinha

2009-2012

ISRO

28.00

12

Comparison of Plio-Plesitocene Planktic foraminiferal Biochronology from the various parts of the Indian Ocean

D.K.Sinha

2014

D.U.

2.50

13

Pleistocene oceanographic changes in Northern Indian Ocean based on ODP core 716A.

D.K.Sinha

2013

D.U.

2.50

14

Surface water circulation changes in eastern Indian Ocean based on planktic foraminiferal data.

D.K.Sinha

2012

D.U.

2.50

15

J.C.Bose National Fellowship Project

G.V.R.Prasad

2010-2015

DST

68.00

16

CO2 sequestration studies on volcano-sedimentary succession of the eastern Deccan volcanic province.

J.P. Shrivastava

2011-2015

DST

59.00

17

Compositional studies on soluble organic matter entrapped within clay sediments from the Late Cretaceous – Early Palaeogene succession of the Um-Sohryngkev river section of Meghalaya India: Palaeoenvironmental implications and KTB

J.P.Shrivastava

2012-2015

CSIR

27.00

18

Cosmogenic Be dating of the bole sediments of the Deccan Traps: palaeoenvironmental implications and duration of volcanism at KTB

J.P.Shrivastava

2012-2015

IUAC

10.50

19

Sr/Ce Ion Implantation and Long Term Performance Assessment of Nuclear Waste (Impact) Glass from Lonar Crater, Buldana Maharashtra

J.P.Shrivastava

2014-2015

D.U.

2.50

20

Study of hydrothermal and chemical behavior of impact glass from Lonar area in the Buldana district of Maharashtra, India

J.P. Shrivastava

2012-2013

D.U.

2.50

21

Compositional studies on soluble organic matter entrapped within clay sediments, associated with intra-volcanic bole horizons from Deccan Traps: Palaeoenvironmental implications and KTB

J.P. Shrivastava

2009-2013

UGC

7.36

22

Studies on hydrothermal sulphides

J.P. Shrivastava

2009-2013

MOES

55.00

23

Study of alteration mechanism under accelerated P-T conditions in the barium borosilicate nuclear waste glass for its long-term performance assessment in geological repository

J.P. Shrivastava

2011-2012

D.U.

2.50

24

Compositional studies on soluble organic matter entrapped within clay sediments from the Late Cretaceous-Early Paleocene succession of the Um-Sohryngkev river section of Meghalaya, India: palaeoenvironmental implications and KTB

J.P. Shrivastava

2011-2015

CSIR

14.00

25

Cosmogenic 10Be dating of the clay sediments associated with the intra-volcanic bole horizons of the Deccan Traps: palaeoenvironmental implications and duration of volcanism at KTB

J.P. Shrivastava

2011-2015

IUAC

12.00

26

Paleoclimatic and magmato-metamorphic history of the Wilkes Land, East Antarctica: constraints from accessory minerals, clay mineralogy and micropaleontology in oceanic sediments

N.C.Pant

2010-2013

MOES

27.91

27

Correlation of Magmatic and Metamorphic Evolution of the North and South Delhi Folds Belts: Constraints for Chemical age dating using Zircon/Allanite/Thorite/Monazite.

N.C.Pant

2010-2013

DST

16.88

28

Stratigraphic and sedimentological appraisal for the siliciclastic successions of Singhora, Khariar and Ampani Basins, central India: Inter-basinal correlation and basin evolution in regional tectonic backdrop

P.P.Chakraborty

2010-2013

DST

38.19

29

Geology, Geochemistry and Evaluation of Total Organic Carbon potential for theargillaceous intervals from the Proterozoic Vindhyan and Chhattisgarh basins ofIndia

P.P.Chakraborty

2012-2016

DST

48.16

30

Pedosedimentary evolution of the Quaternary alluvial fans of Kangra Intermontane Basin.

P.Srivastava

2008-2012

DST

24.10

31

Ganga-Yamuna Interfluve Stratigraphy, Gangetic Plains (DU component: Micromorphology of pedosedimentary sequences of Ganga Plains

P.Srivastava

2007-2012

DST

24.00

32

Reconnaissance of hydrochemical facies variation in parts of active Yamuna flood plain of Upper Yamuna Basin and its possible linkages to groundwater contamination.

S.Shekar

2013-2014

D.U.

2.80

33

A Novel project for sustainable drinking water supply from Palla reach- Yamuna flood plain

S.Shekar

2013

Ministry of Water Resources

3.00

34

A new Research and Development (R&D) project for operating Palla group of tubewells in river Yamuna flood plain for sustainable supply of water

S.Shekar

2011

Ministry of Water Resources

3.50

35

The structure and dynamics of groundwater system in northwestern India under past present and future climates.

S.Shekar

2012-2016

MOES

34.19

36

Assessment of shallow regional groundwater flow dynamics in the area between Gandak and Burhi Gandak river of Bihar

S.Shekar

2011-2012

D.U.

2.50

37

Ganga River Basin Management Plan

S.Shekar

2011-2014

MOEF

21.85

38

Conceptual assessment of the impact on groundwater regime of a part of the underground Delhi Metro tunnel using numerical modeling approach.


S.Shekar

2010-2011

D.U.

2.50

39

Comparing response of the Sutlej and the Ganga River to Last Glacial Maxima

V. Singh

2013-2014

D.U.

2.80

40

Study of Geomorphic variability in the Indo-Gangetic Plains near Central Himalayan Front

V.Singh

2012-2013

D.U.

2.00

41

Investigation of the postulated piedmont fault between Ganga and Yamuna River

V.Singh

2010-2014

DST

14.70

42

Morphotectonic Variability along the NW Himalayan Front: Tectonics-Climate Coupling

V.Singh

2009-2014

DST

7.50

43

Study of geomorphic evolution of the Ganga River

V.Singh

2010-2011

D.U.

2.25


Ongoing

S.No

Title of the Project

Principal Investigator

Duration

Funding Agency

Amount in lakhs

1

A study of pseudotachylytes formed in different tectonic settings of India for understanding the genesis of frictional melts in response to seismogenic faulting in the upper crust


A. Chattopadhyay

2013-2016

UGC

12.27

2

Change in ocean circulation pattern and it effect on Southwest Monsoon during late Quaternary: Evidence from proxies in deep Seasediments". 2015-2016.

A.K.Singh

2015-2016

D.U.

3.00

3.

J.C.Bose National Fellowship Project

(2nd term)

G.V.R.Prasad

2016-2020

DST

68.00

4.

Compositional studies on clays and organic matter associated with the intra-cratonic Proterozoic Bijawar basin in Central India: alteration haloes and palaeoenvironmental control in the unconformity related U mineralization.

J.P.Shrivastava

2015-2018

BARC

49.00

5

Geochemical Flow Stratigraphy, Age and Duration of Deccan Volcano-Sedimentary Succession from Koyna Drill-Core Site.

J.P.Shrivastava


2016-2019


MOES



34.00

6.

Fingerprinting of glacial melt water in the Ganga basin- implicatgions for modelling of hydrological cycle in a Himalayan River system

N.C.Pant

2013-2016

SERB-DST

25.02

7

A 100 ka Glaciation –deglaciation history of Ladakh: Its comparison with Satluj valley and signatures in the alluvial plains of NW India

N.C.Pant

Sanctioned

MOES

98.00

8

Tracking closure of passive margin sag-basin in western Kutch, India: Signature from Terminal Cenozoic succession (Sandhan Formation) through Sequence Stratigraphic Analysis

Pramod Kumar

2015-2018

DST

18.20

9

Paleo-proterozoic sedimentation on central Indian craton: clues from Gwalior and Bijawar Basin.

P.P.Chakraborty

2013-2016

UGC

12.33

10

Decoding the factors controlling the variations in ‘metal-package’ within W-Sn-polymetallic province of Erinpura-Malani igneous suite

S. Bhattacharya

2015-2020

DST-INSPIRE

35.00



10. (a) Awards received by the faculty during last 5 years.


Name of the Award

Number of Awards

Name of Awardee

National level

7

Dr. Ashutosh K Singh Best Paper award, Rajasthan University, Jaipur, National Conference on Paleontology, Stratigraphy and Paleoecology (2011).
Prof. GVR Prasad Awarded J.C.Bose National Fellowship (2016 )
Prof. Pankaj Srivastava, DFG-INSA Fellowship (University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany (2012)

International level

1

Prof. N.C. Pant, British Council Innovation Award in form of ICECAP-2 project (2015-2017)


(b) Fellows of professional bodies/ academies


Name of the Body / Academy

Position, if any

National level

Prof. C.S.Dubey
Prof. D.K.Sinha

Vice-President, Palaeontological Society

Fellow of the Geological Society of India

Fellow of the Palaeontological Societyy of India


Prof.G.V.R.Prasad

Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy (FNA), New Delhi

Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc.), Bangalore

Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (FNASc.), Allahabad

Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (FTWAS)
Prof.J.P.Shrivastava

Life Fellow, Geological Society of India, Bangalore

Life Fellow, Mineralogical Society of India, Mysore

President, SAAEG


Prof. N.C.Pant

Fellow of the Electron Microscope Society
Dr.Shashank Shekar

Fellow of the Geological Society of India
Prof.S.K.Tandon

Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy (FNA), New Delhi

Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc.), Bangalore

Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (FNASc.), Allahabad

Fellow of the Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (FTWAS)
Prof.Talat Ahmad

Fellow of the Indian National Science Academy (FNA), New Delhi

Fellow of the Indian Academy of Sciences (FASc.), Bangalore

Fellow of the National Academy of Sciences (FNASc.), Allahabad


International level




(c.) Membership
Prof.Anupam Chattopadhyay


  • Member, State Expert Appraisal Committee, Ministry of Environment, Govt. of Delhi.


Dr. A.K.Singh

  • Member- American Geophysical Union ( USA)

  • Member, Indian Science Congress Association, Kolkata

Prof. C.S.Dubey

  1. Expert member, NATIONAL GEOSPATIAL POLICY - DST CONSULTATIVE COMMITTEE 2016

  2. Expert Member National Steering Committee, NRDMS, Ministry of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, 2013 contd.

  3. Advisor, Board of Research Studies, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute for Youth development, Sriperumbudur, Chennai (2011 contd.)

  4. Nominee Expert Member ( of Minister for Youth, Sports and Culture) as Academician, Selection Committees for Faculty posts of Lakshmibai National University of Physical Education, Gwalior (2011)

  5. Expert Member, Selection Committee for National Youth Awards, Ministry of Youth and Cultural Affairs, Govt. of India (2011)

  6. Expert Member, Selection Committee for Tenzing Norgay Awards (Equivalent Arjun Awards), Ministry of Youth and Cultural Affairs, Govt. of India (2011)

  7. Expert Member, National Expert Appraisal Committee (EAC) in the Industry Sector for Assessment, evaluation and clearance under the EIA Notification, 2006, Ministry of Environment and Forests, Govt. of India (2009-15).

  8. Expert Member, Sub-Committee on Application of Geosciences for weaker Sections, Ministry of Science and Technology (DST), Govt. of India (2009-12). (Assigned to submit Vision Document on Prevention and remediation of occupational hazards, Geo hazards, inventory design of low cost seismic, flood, cyclone, landslides and Tsunami resistant structure, Climate change adaptability options).

Prof. D. K. Sinha

  • Member- American Geophysical Union ( USA)

Prof. G.V.R. Prasad


(2015-2018).

Chairman, Subject Expert Committee in Earth & Atmospheric Sciences for

Swarna Jayanti Fellowships (2015).

Regional Co-ordinator, International Geological Correlation Programme Project 608 on “Cretaceous Ecosystems and their responses to Paleoenvironmental Changes in Asia and the Western Pacific” (2013-2018).

Associate Editor, Journal of Earth System Science, Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore (2013 onwards)

Member, CSIR’s Earth & Environmental Sciences and Sub-Committee of Earth Sciences Committee on Disaster Preparedness (2015-2018).


Member, Governing Body of Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow (2014-2017 ).

Member, Research Advisory Committee of Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow (2014-2017).

Member, UGC Advisory Committee for DRS in Geology, Anna University, Chennai(2013-2017).

Chairman, Expert Committee, DST Fast Track Scheme for Young Scientists (2012-2015).

Member, UGC Advisory Committee for DRS in Geology Department, Dibrugarh University, Chandigarh (2013-2017).

Member, UGC Advisory Committee for Centre of Advanced Study in Geology, Panjab University, Chandigarh (2012-2016).

Member, Governing Body of Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, Lucknow (2011-2014 ).

Member, Governing Body of School of Open Learning, Univerrsity of Delhi (2014-2016).

Member, Governing Body of Miranda House, University of Delhi

(2011-2013).

Member, Governing Body of School of Open Learning, Univerrsity of Delhi (2011-2013).



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