Faculty Profile

Name :

Dr. Sangeeta Agrawal

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Designation :

Assistant Professor


  • Ph.D. (Synthetic Inorganic and Material Chemistry), 2002-2008 from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur (Synthesis and Characterization of Metallo Organic Compounds of Some Heavy Group 14 Elements).
  •  M.Sc. (Chemistry), 2000-2002 from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
  • B.Sc. (Zoology, Chemistry, Botany) 1997-2000 from University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
Work Experience

  • 2004-2007       : Worked as a project fellow in UGC major research project at Department of Chemistry, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur.
  • 2007-2009       : Worked as a Lecturer in Agrawal P.G. College, Jaipur.
  • 2009-2011       : Worked as a Research Associate ( from CSIR, Pusa, New Delhi) at Department of Chemistry, IITDelhi, Hauz Khas,  New Delhi.
  • 2011-2012       : Worked as a lecturer at Department of Chemistry, G.B. Pant Polytechnic College, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi.
  • 2015                : Working as a Assistant Professor at School of Basic and Applied Sciences, K R Mangalam University, Sohna Road, Gurgaon, Haryana.  

Since 2002, She has joined group of Hon. (late) Prof. R.C. Mehrotra(known as father of metalalkoxides Chemistry) department of chemistry, University of Rajasthan, jaipur as a research scholar and worked on synthesis and characterization of matallorganic compounds of ‘P’ block elements during her research she has synthesized organometallic compounds (including Grignard’s reagent) as well as metal alkoxides  under anhydrous conditions using  Schlenk line technique or vaccum gas method (ref. Craig M. Davis and Kelly A. Curran, November 2007) and selected as a project fellow for three years (2004-2007) from UGC, New Delhi. During her Ph.D, she has synthesized different metallorganic compounds which have further used  as a precursors for nanocystalline metal / heterometal  oxides ( used as a ceramic materials in optical devices) and thin films and published several research papers in international journal of high repute and presented papers in several national and international conferences/symposium/workshops/ seminars.

 She has taught BSc. and MSc.(Chemistry)at P.G. College , jaipur, at theirs she has taught (theory as well as practical’s) Inorganic chemistry to undergraduate students and several  topics (Coordination Chemistry, Organometallic Chemistry, Spectroscopy) to Post graduate (Chemistry) students(2007-2009).

 Due to the active involvement in research and good profile she has awarded as a research associate from CSIR, Pusa, New Delhi (2009). She has joined nanotechnology laboratory, Department of Chemistry, IITDelhi, New Delhi.

She has learnt  many techniques like sol-gel, hydrothermal, reverse micelles and micro emulsions and using these techniques she has prepared several nanocrystalline metal [Si(IV), Ge(IV), Sn(II) (IV)and Pb(II)]/ heterometal oxides [Sn (IV) and Al(III)] and characterized them by spectroscopical  (U.V., FT IR, Fab Mass, multinuclear NMR , 1H, 13C{1H}, 119Sn{1H}, ) Molecular weight measurements using Backman’s thermometer (Einsteiithermometer n-Beckmann, Labortherm-N, Skalewert, 0.01K, made in GDR) , Microanalysis (N, kjeldhal’s method), halides (Volhard’s method) and metals were estimated by gravimetrically, metal oxides were characterized by P-XRD pattern, TGA/DTA, SEM, TEM etc. her main goals are :

  1. Handling of moisture sensitive compounds under anhydrous condition.
  2. Characterization of IR, NMR, Fab Mass spectra.
  3. Oil Bath Distillation under high temperature low pressure vaccum pump.
  4. Laboratory preparation of Grignard’s reagent .
  5. Preparation of nanosized metal/heterometal oxides.
  6. Molecular weight measurements using Backman’s thermometer.
  7. Microanalysis of Nitrogen by  kjeldhal’s method.
  8. Instrument handling like IR, UV, TGA/DTA, Spectrophotometer, Ultra centrifugal machine, autoclave, muffle furnace, glove box, electronic weighing machine, P-XRD, SEM.
  9. Computer software’s Chemdraw, MS PowerPoint, MSWord, MS Window, MS excel, Photoshop, scanning, internet etc.

She has selected as a lecturer (chemistry) from DTTE, govt. of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi (2011). She has also taught school students as well as engineering students with different organizations.

Still Now she has actively involved in current research methodology and currently working as a assistant professor at department of chemistry, school of basic and applied sciences, krmangalam university, gurgaon, Haryana.

Interest Area(s)

  1. Synthetic inorganic and material Chemistry
  2. Organometallic Chemistry
  3. Spectroscopy
  4. Nanotechnology
  5. Green  Chemistry

  • Synthetic inorganic and material Chemistry
  • Organometallic Chemistry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Nanotechnology
  • Green  Chemistry
Professional Projects / Professional Achievements

  1. Fellowship from UGC, 2004-2007.
  2. Research Associateship award from CSIR, New Delhi, 2009-2011.
  3. Selected as a lecturer, DTTE, Govt. of NCT of Delhi, New Delhi (2011)
  4. Member of Chemical Society of Indian institute of technology, New Delhi.
  5. Member of GCNC, University of Delhi, New, Delhi.

  1. International Symposium on Interaction of Chemistry Teaching with Research and Industry, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 15th -17th January, 2003.
  2. Sharma V., Agrawal S., Bohra R. and Jain V. K(2004) Triethy- germanium, - tin and lead complexes derived from internally Functionalized Oximes, J. Chem. Research, 1273, 2004.
  3. Agrawal S., Bohra R.(2005) Synthesis and Characterization of Some Molecular Hetroleptic Precursors of Tin (IV) for Ceramic Materials 92nd Indian Science Congress organized by The Indian Science Congress Association , Nirma University of Science & Technology, Ahmedabad, 3rd – 7th  January,2005.
  4. Agrawal S., Bohra R. (2005) Synthesis and Spectroscopic Characterization of some New Molecular Hetroleptic Complexes of Tin (IV) and Monomethyl Tin(IV) National Symposium on Recent Advances in Chemical Research (RACR-5) University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 28th -29th March, 2005.
  5. Agrawal S., Bohra R.(2005)  Interesting Variations in Co- Ordination Geometry Around Mono, - Di and Triorganotin (IV) derivatives with Functionalized Oximes, 11th Symposium on Modern Trends in Inorganic Chemistry (MTIC –XI) IIT Delhi, New Delhi,   8th -10th December, 2005
  6. National Symposium on “New Vistas in organic Synthesis “International College for Girls, Mansarovar, Jaipur, 20th November, 2005.
  7. Sharma V., Agrawal S., Bohra R., Ratnani R., Drake J.E., Bingham A.L., Hursthouse M.B. and Light M. E.(2006Synthesis and Characterization of some Monoorganotin (IV) chloride adducts With internally fuctionalized oximes : Crystal  and Molecular Structures ofnBuSnCl3.HON=C (Me )Py-2. C6H5Me and a Trinuclear Hydroxobridged Stannoxane [nBuSnCl2( ON=C (Me )Py-2 )OH ]2SnCl.0.5HON=C(Me)Py-2, Inorg.Chim.Acta 359,1404, 2006.
  8. Agrawal S., Sharma V. and Bohra R.(2006) Synthesis and Characterization of some tin (IV) and Methyl tin ( IV) complexes with oximes and related Schiff’s base ligands, J.Chem. Research, 426, 2006.
  9. Agrawal S., Bohra R., Nagar M. and V.S.Raju (2007) Synthesis and characterization of Modified Germanium ( IV ) Isopropoxide with Internally Functionalized Oximes : Soft Transformation of Some of these to pure Nano-Sized Germania, J.Chem. Research, 713, 2007.
  10. 44th Annual Convention of Chemists 2007 “organized by Indian Chemical SocietyMGIAS and University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, 23rd -27th December 2007.
  11. Agrawal S., Bohra R.,(Communicated, 2015) Molecular Designing of Organo–functional                  Heterobimetallic Alkoxides as Precursors for Synthesis of Pure Nano–Sized mixed oxides of Tin (IV) and Aluminium (III) using Low – Temperature Sol – Gel Technique., J. Sol-Gel Sci. and Technol. 2015.
  12. Agrawal S.(2015), Molecular Designing of Organo –functional Heterobimetallic Alkoxides as Precursors for Synthesis of Pure Nano –Sized mixed oxides of Tin (IV) and Aluminium (III)using Low – Temperature Sol – Gel Technique, International RSC workshop on ‘Chemistry for Tomorrow’s world”, New Delhi, 2nd -3rd Dec, 2015,2015.