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Name: Dr. Tripti Agarwal
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
Contact No: 8053306329
Email: tripti.niftem[at]gmail[dot]com
Area of Interest/Specialization:
  1. Organic and Inorganic Contaminants in Food
  2. Environmental Sustainability
  3. Climate Change Mitigation
Qualification:
Degree NameSubject/Research AreaUniversity/CollegeYear
Post Doctorate Environmental Sciences Agroscope Reckenholz-Tänikon Research Station (ART) Zürich, Switzerland 2009-10
Ph.D. Environmental Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 2008
M.Phil. Environmental Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 2004
M.Sc. Chemistry Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Agra 2002
Experience:
Degree/Designation NameSubject(s) Taught*University/CollegeYear
Ph.D. Environmental Sustainability in Food Sector NIFTEM, Kundli 2013-14
M.Tech. Environmental Issues and Law NIFTEM, Kundli 2012-13
B.Tech. Environmental Studies NIFTEM, Kundli 2013 & 2014
Awards & Honours (if any):
  1. Postdoctoral Fellowship under Indo-Swiss Joint Research Programme (ISJRP).
  2. Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET) for Lectureship (in Chemical Sciences) conducted by Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, India.
Major Publications (Last 5 years):
  1. 1. Singh, L., Varshney, J.G. and Agarwal, T. (2016) Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons’ formation and occurrence in processed food. Food Chemistry 199, 768-781
  2. 2. Parmar, A., Nema, P. K. and Agarwal, T. (2014) Biochar production from agro-food industry residues: a sustainable approach for soil and environmental management. Current Science 107 (10) 1673-1682.
  3. 3. Agarwal, T., Bucheli, T.D. (2011) Adaptation, validation and application of the chemo-thermal oxidation method to quantify black carbon in soils. Environmental Pollution 159: 532-538.
  4. 4. Agarwal, T., Bucheli, T.D. (2011) Is black carbon a better predictor of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon distribution in soils than total organic carbon? Environmental Pollution 159: 64-70.
  5. 5. Agarwal, T. (2009) Concentration level, pattern and toxic potential of PAHs in traffic soil of Delhi, India. Journal of Hazardous Material 171:894-900.
International Experience(s)/Collaboration(s)/Consultancy:

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Patent(if any):

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