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Location:
Chandigarh, Chandigarh capital region, India
Salary:
Approximately 40 thousand
Posted:
May 30, 2019

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NORAH JOHAL

+91-950******* / ac9hyj@r.postjobfree.com

NATIONALITY- INDIAN

DATE /SEX/ PLACE OF BIRTH- 22nd MAY, 1991, FEMALE, CHANDIMANDIR, HARYANA, INDIA

PRESENT ADDRESS- HOSTEL NO.-6, ROOM NO.-18, PUNJAB AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY LUDHIANA, 141004

PERMANENT ADDRESS- WARD NO.-7, BASTI BHAGWAN PURA, KACHA DOSANJH ROAD, MOGA, PUNJAB, 142001.

EDUCATION

Sr. No.

Examination

University/ Institution

Year of passing

OCPA/%

1.

Ph. D. (Botany)

Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

2018

8.40/10 (84.00%)

2.

M.Sc. (Botany)

Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana

2014

8.66/10 (86.60%)

3.

B.Sc. (Medical)

Post Graduate Government College for Girls Sector-11, Chandigarh (Panjab University)

2012

87.50%

4.

Higher secondary

D.N. Model Sr. Sec. School Moga, Punjab CBSE, New Delhi

2009

84.40%

5.

Matriculation

D.N. Model Sr. Sec. School Moga, Punjab CBSE, New Delhi

2007

88.80%

2015-2018 Ph.D. Student (Botany)

Major subject- Botany (Plant Physiology)

Minor subject- Biochemistry

Ph.D. research title- Comparative Responses of Cicer Species to Drought Tolerance.

Advisor –Dr. (Mrs.) Jagmeet Kaur, Senior Botanist, Pulses Section, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India.

2012-2014 Master of Botany

Major subject- Botany (Plant Physiology)

Minor subject- Biochemistry

Master’s thesis- Physiological and biochemical evaluation for salinity tolerance in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L. Millsp.).

Advisor –Dr. (Mrs.) Jagmeet Kaur, Senior Botanist, Pulses Section, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India.

FELLOWSHIPS/ AWARDS

1.Award of honour for securing highest OCPA 8.42 in Ph.D. (Botany) for the year 2016, by SAASCA, College of Basic Sciences and Humanities, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana.

2.Awarded with merit certificate for obtaining an overall credit point average of 8.66 out of 10.0 in M.Sc. Botany Programme at Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, India.

3.First prize in poster presentation in International conference on Global Research initiatives for sustainable agriculture and allied sciences, Udaipur Rajasthan.

4.Punjab Agricultural University merit fellowship holder in M.Sc. for year 2013-2014.

5.Awarded Maulana Azad National Fellowship (MANF) by U.G.C. in Ph.D. programme from year 2015- 2018.

6.Qualified ASRB-NET 2017and appeared for ARS mains exam and interview securing 229.25/300 marks.

7.Secured first prize in Quiz competition organized by GREEN THUMBS botanical society of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

8.Certificate of merit for the year 2010-2011 by Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

9.Certificate of merit for the year 2009-2010 by Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

10.Secured second prize in wall magazine organized by JEEVANSH zoological society of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

11.Certificate of merit for standing 3rd in the college in aggregate in P.U. examination by Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

PUBLICATIONS

S. No.

Publication

NAAS Rating

1.

Johal N, Kaur J and Singh S (2018) Phenophasic Development of Agroclimatic Indices in Relation to Wild Cicer Species under Rainfed and Irrigated Conditions. Journal of Agrometeorology 20(4): 293-296.

6.40

2.

Johal N, Kaur J, Singh S, Singh I and Kaur S (2017) Status of H2O2 metabolising enzymes in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L.) genotypes under salt stress. The Bioscan 12(2): 691-96.

5.23

3.

Sharma V, Kaur J, Singh S, Singh I, Kaur S and Johal N (2017) Physiological and biochemical adaptation of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes under moisture stress. Journal of food legumes 30(1): 45-49.

4.79

4.

Johal N, Kaur J, Singh S and Singh I (2016) In vitro physiological screening of pigeonpea genotypes under salt stress. Journal of Food legumes 29(1): 22-28.

4.79

S. No.

Conference papers

NAAS Rating

1.

Johal N and Hagroo R P (2019) Field evaluation of Desi and Kabuli chickpea genotypes under irrigated and rainfed conditions. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 8: 508-511

5.21

2.

Pal M and Johal N (2019) Influence of Prohexadione-calcium on Photosynthetic and yield parameters in basmati rice (Oryza sativa L). Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 8: 343-345.

5.21

3.

Hagroo R P and Johal N (2019) Effect of priming on physiological seed quality in aged seeds of hot pepper (Capsicum annuum L.) var. Punjab Sindhuri and hybrid CH-27. Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 8: 545-552.

5.21

CONFERENCES/SYMPOSIA ARTICLES PUBLISHED AS ABSTRACTS:

Sr. No.

Date

Title/ Organized by

1.

August 31

Johal N, Kaur J, Singh S and Singh I (2015) Salinity impaired physiological entities in pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L) genotypes: Unscrambling the tolerant ones. Brain storming meeting on promotion of pulses in Indo-gangetic plains of India, Punjab Agricultural university, Ludhiana.

2.

February 18-20

Johal N, Kaur J and Kaur S (2016) Status of Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) metabolizing enzymes in Cajanus cajan L., under salt stress. Indian ecological society: International conference, SKUAST Jammu.

3.

October 6-8

Johal N, Kaur J and Kaur S (2016) Estimation of MDA, proline and H2O2 content in Cajanus cajan L., seedling on exposure to salt stress (NaCl). International conferernce on Biodeversity; current scenario & Future strategies, Shimla.

4.

December 2-4

*Johal N, Kaur J, Singh S and Singh I (2017) Adapting chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes for improved productivity under water deficit conditions: Characterization of root traits. Pp 142-43. International conference on Global Research initiatives for sustainable agriculture and allied sciences, Udaipur Rajasthan.

*First prize for poster presentation

5.

February 7-9

Johal N, Kaur J, Singh S and Singh I (2018) Physiological variation in chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) genotypes under irrigated and rainfed conditions. Pp-159. 21st Punjab science congress, Punjab Agricultural university, Ludhiana.

6.

May 6-8

Kaur J, Johal N, Singh S and Singh I (2018) Lysimetric assessment of multidimensional root traits on exposure to moisture stress in Cicer species. Pp- 203-204. 7th International Food Legume Research Conference (IFLRC-VII) Marrakech, Morocco.

7.

September 5-7

Johal N, Kaur J and Singh S (2018) Evaluation of Agroclimatic Indices amongst Wild Cicer Species during Phenophasic Development under Rainfed and Irrigated Conditions. Plant Science Symposium, ICRISAT, Hyderabad.

EXTRA CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

1.Active member of the environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

2.Participating in the tableaux in the Chandigarh carnival on behalf of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

3.Participated in Inter-college slogan writing competition organized by environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

4.Participated in workshop on Best out of Waste organized by environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

5.Participated in Inter-class Poster making organized by environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

6.Certificate for actively participating in hostel activities by Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

7.Participated in skit during Akshay Urja Diwas Celebrations organized by environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

8.Certificate of merit for excellence in community service by Red Ribbon Club, Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.

9.Participated in skit on Energy conservation during Akshay Urja Diwas Celebrations organized by environment society PRAKRITI of Post Graduate Government College for Girls sector-11 Chandigarh.



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