Dr. Anggana Ray
Asst. Professor
Dr. Anggana Ray is an Adjunct Faculty currently working in Inspiria Knowledge Campus, having an academic experience of 5 years and research experience of 7 years. She was engaged in teaching Biotechnology at North Bengal University and Siliguri college previously. Presently she is engaged in teaching Food & Nutrition, Environmental Management, and Environmental Studies in Inspiria knowledge campus. She earned her Doctorate degree in 2016 from Tezpur Central University and published many research papers in reputed journals. She is highly motivated, enthusiastic and has a positive approach towards the students, organization and self. She is passionate about teaching and baking.
Dr. Anggana Ray
Asst. Professor
Dr. Anggana Ray is an Adjunct Faculty currently working in Inspiria Knowledge Campus, having an academic experience of 5 years and research experience of 7 years. She was engaged in teaching Biotechnology at North Bengal University and Siliguri college previously. Presently she is engaged in teaching Food & Nutrition, Environmental Management, and Environmental Studies in Inspiria knowledge campus. She earned her Doctorate degree in 2016 from Tezpur Central University and published many research papers in reputed journals. She is highly motivated, enthusiastic and has a positive approach towards the students, organization and self. She is passionate about teaching and baking.
EDUCATION
  • 2016 – Ph.D in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology from Tezpur Central University, Assam
  • 2008 – M.Tech in Biotechnology, SRM University, Chennai
  • 2006 – B.Tech in Biotechnology, WBUT
EXPERIENCE
  • Academics – 5 years teaching Experience
SUBJECTS TAUGHT
  • Food & Nutrition
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Studies & Sustainable development
  • Environmental Management
AREA OF INTEREST
  • Environmental management, Microbiology, Biochemistry.
PUBLICATIONS
  • A. Ray and B.K.Konwar, Phyto-pharceuticals for Hair growth. International symposium on “Research in Molecular medicine based on Natural Resources & Traditional knowledge” at NCL (National Chemical Laboratory), Pune, India, November 2009.
  • A.Ray and B.K.Konwar, Antioxidant Activity in Traditionally Prescribed Medicinal Plants for Hair Growth. National seminar on “Medicinal Plant and Microbe Diversity and Their Pharmaceuticals” organized by Department of Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Tezpur University, Assam, India on 19-21 Decembar 2010.
  • A.Ray, P.Bharali, B.K.Konwar. Mode of Antibacterial activity of Eclalbasaponin Isolated from Eclipta alba. Appl. Biochem. Biotechnol. (2013), 170(8); 2003-2019.
  • P.Bharali, J.P.Saikia, A.Ray, B.K.Konwar. Rhamnolipids from P. aeruginosa OBP1: novel chemotaxis and antibacterial agent. Colloid and surface B: Biointerfaces (2013), 103:502-509.
  • P.Bharali, A. Ray. Ethnobotanical based Phyto-medicines for Different Hair Ailments used in North-Eastern Region of India, Biotic: A collection of Research articles on Biodiversity and sustainability (ISBN no. 978-93- 83230-06-8).
  • Ray, P Chattopadhyay, BK Konwar (2015) Anti-Alopecic Activity of a Novel Compound from Aloe barbadensis Miller. J Pharmacol Clin Toxicol 3(2):1048.
  • A Ray, Y Bashir, IA Rather, BK Konwar. Genome size determination of Eclipta Alba and Aloe barbadensis. Bang. J Pharm. 2015; 10:697-702.