Shri Biswajit Jana
Vill: Chandanpur, Contact no.900-***-****
P.O:Radhachandanpur, email: firstname.lastname@example.org P.S: Debra,
Dist: Paschim Medinipur,
West Bengal, India.
An experienced profile of microbiologist with 5+ years of experience Academic qualification:
Name of the
M.Sc. Vidyasagar University Microbiology 2013 64.25% I B.Sc.(Honours)
2011 52.75% II
Bengali, English, Life
2008 57% II
Madhyamik (10) W.B.B.S.E.
Bengali, English, Life
2006 54.75% II
Name of the
2015 66.50% I
Published Paper: Synergistic effect of Limonin with Conventional Antibiotics against Multi-Drug Resistant Pathogens. (Vol-1, issue -1,World Science Echo). Work Experience:
1. Research Assistant : In Virus Research & Diagnostic Laboratory, under the scheme of Department of health research/ICMR, Govt. of India from 02/02/2019 to till now. 2. Chemist: From 28 September, 2016 to 7th august 2018: work at Pathak Engineering Corporation under Haldia Development Authority, Govt of west Bengal. Brief Description: Analytical Operations (Physical, Chemical, Bacteriological Tests and Laboratory Equipment’s Handling) for Drinking Water Quality Testing and Monitoring, Laboratory Management (Laboratory Materials Management, Inventory & Stock Control, Official Documentations, Record Keeping), and Computer Application (Test Report Preparation, Electronic Lab Data Maintenance, MS Office Word, Excel, etc.).
3. Handling of confocal laser scanning electron microscope at Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics
(SINP), Kolkata, under Towa Optics (I) pvt ltd.
Project title: “Assessment of antimicrobial activity of different toothpastes and some plants ingredients of toothpastes” - Under the supervision of Dr. Akhil Pandey, Departmentof Microbiology, Midnapore College, Midnapore, W.B, India. Summary: Aqueous extract of four medicinal plants were subjected to in vitro antibacterial assay against human pathogenic staphylococcus aureus, streptococcus sp and Escherichia coli, employing cup diffusion method. Among the extracts from Azadirachta indica (Neem), Eugenia caryophyllata (Clover), Ocimum sanctum (Tulshi), Acacia nilotica (Babla), Mentha piperita (Ment), Emblica officinalis (Amla), Ment and Tulshi have no antimicrobial activity to at least one of the tested microorganism .The extract from Neem has the highest antimicrobial activity against all of the tested microorganism and Babla shows the maximum inhibition zone of 2.2 cm. against E.Coli. Among the five toothpastes (Pepsodent, Babool, Colgate, Close up and Dobur lal), Pepsodent and Babool have the highest and lowest antimicrobial activity respectively. Neem (Azadirachta indica) shows highest MIC value against staphylococcus aureus and toothpaste (pepsodent) shows highest MIC value against Streptococcus sp. among the two plants and three toothpastes. Project title: “Study on the population density of Staphylococcus aureus and Staphylococcus epidermidis of exposed and covered human skin surfaces”- Under the supervision of Dr. Keshab Chandra Mondal, Department of Microbiology, Vidyasagar University, W.B, India Summary: Various type of microflora present in human skin. Commonly they are beneficial for human but often they exerts as opportunistic pathogen. We have studied the major microflora (Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis) present in higher number in male and female from expose and unexposed skin area. Culture dependent approach was adopted for routine analysis of skin microflora using the selective media, mannitol salt agar. S. aureus and S. epidermidis in the sun-unexposed skin surface was found to be 2.93 and 1.49 times higher than exposed skin surface respectively. Besides, it was also revealed that females contains ҃ 1.208 times more bacterial load than males. S. aureus of female exposed skin surface is 1.68 times higher than male and 1.49 times higher on unexposed skin surface. In total, female contains 1.54 times higher load of S aureus than male. Where a contrary result was found in case of S.epidermidis, male exposed skin surface have 1.04 times higher load than female and 1.47 times higher load on unexposed skin surface. In total, male contains 1.28 times higher load of S.epidermidis than female
Project title: “Detection of Rota virus by Gel and Immunochromatography Genotyping by RT- PCR”- Under the supervision of Dr. Triveni Krishnan, Scientist - F, Department of Virology, National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases, Kolkata, W.B, India Summary: Among gastroenteritis virus, human rotavirus is the common virus for diarrhea. The genus of rotavirus belongs to the family Reoviridae. Generally, human of all ages is susceptible for rotavirus infection. Diarrheal stool specimens (n=23) were collected from ID hospital and Dr. BC Roy memorial hospital. The rotavirus is detected by immunochromatography method using commercially available VIKIA ® Rota-Adeno kit. Among 23 specimens 12 specimens were positive for rotavirus and 4 specimens were positive for Adenovirus. The rotaviral positive specimen was electropherotyping by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE). Six specimens were used for G and P genotyping by PCR. Using the specific primer VP- 4 and VP-9 were amplified to increase the quantity of segment 4 and segment 9 in the first round PCR. G and P genotyping were made in the second round PCR using specific primer and finally observed by agarose gel electrophoresis. Industrial training:
On Primary quality testing of raw milk and production of fermented dairy product” under the supervision of Mr. Bhaskar Bera, Managing partner, Bera food products. Abhas, khasjangal, Paschim medinipur, West Bengal.
Production of different type of milk product (Standardized milk, Cow Milk, Toned milk, Double tone milk) and fermented product like curd, Lassi. These fermented products were marketed after microbiological analysis. Participation in Seminar:
Subject: Seminar on “hypersensitivity in response to viral infection”, Institute: Department of microbiology, Vidyasagar University. Subject : Seminar on “cell to cell talk is fundamental property of life” Institute: Department of microbiology, Vidyasagar University. Attended seminar:
Subject: Tow day NAAC sponsored national seminar on “Role of IQAC on quality enhancement & quality sustenance in higher education” Institute: Midnapore College, West Bengal.
Subject: UGC sponsored 2-day National Seminar on “Current trends in biological science” in the Department of biological sciences.
Institute: Pingla Thana Mahavidyalaya, Maligram, Paschim Medinipur, and West Bengal. Academic Visited Institute/ Industry:
Institute: Central Potato Research Institute in Shimla, Himachal Pradesh and Vidyasagar University at Midnapore, West Bengal, were visited for partial fulfillment of degree of Bachelor of Science in Microbiology.
Objective: To understanding of some of the modern aspect of our subject. To linking bridge between theoretical, study and the application printed knowledge for betterment of human civilization. Institute : Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI) at Cuttack, Orissa and IMGENEX INDIA PRIVATA LIMITED in Bhubaneswar, Orissa held on 21
March 2012, were visited
for partial fulfillment of M.Sc. in Microbiology
Objective: To get knowledge about the sophisticated instrument those are used for modern biological research. To have a glimpse of the art library of research institution. To gained knowledge monoclonal antibody production in mice. To acquaint ourselves with respected scientists of central rice research institute in Cuttack, Orissa and IMGENEX India Privet limited.
Institute: United Breweries Private Limited in Bhubaneswar and United Spirit Private Limited at Gopalpur, Orissa, were visited for partial fulfillment of M.Sc. in Microbiology. Objective: Get knowledge about the large and sophisticated instrument that is used for large scales production purpose. To acquaint ourselves with the ongoing industrial production processes on basis of microbial application. To gate sound knowledge about the processes by which the distillation of alcoholic beverages are going on. Unity and disciplinary qualification:
National Cadet Corps (NCC): No. WBJD/02/80708 Rank: CADET Unit: 45 BENGAL BN NCC Midnapore, under the authority of Ministry of Defense, Government of India. Personal profile:
Date of birth: 19/03/1991
Father’s name: Sri Chandi Charan Jana.
Mother’s name: Smt. Namita Rani Jana.
Marital status: Single
Known language: Bengali, English, and Hindi.
Computer knowledge: Basic (Microsoft word, excel, power point etc.) Membership: Student Member, Biotech Research Society of India (BRSI). Interests: playing cricket, listings to music.
I hereby solemnly declare that the above statements furnished by me are true to the best of my knowledge. Date: 02/04/2022