Dr. Dinesh Chandra Ghosh

Faculty Since: 11-07-2007
Full Name Dr. Dinesh Chandra Ghosh
Designation Associate Professor
Department Chemistry - Day
Gender Male
Date of Joining in WBCSC
Date of Joining in this College 11-07-2007

College Served

College Name From To Experience
Seth Anandram Jaipuria College Jul, 2007 Till Date -

Teaching Experience

UG Experience PG Experience
16 Years 5 Months
UG or PG College Name From To Duration
UG Seth Anandram Jaipuria College Jul, 2007 Till Date -

Area of Expertise

Kinetics of Chemical reactions

Thrust area of Research

Study of chemical kinetics as well as Interactions of Inorganic Anions and Pre-/Post-Micellar Aggregates of Surfactants in the Alkaline Fading of different Triarylmethane Dyes

Publication: Research Papers in International Journals

Year/ Month Title Name of Journal Volume & Page No. Authors ISSN No Indexing (Scopus/ SCI/ Web of Science) Indexing Year UGC Approved UGC Approved Year Impact Factor h-index Documents
Mar, 2023 Dye-surfactant interaction in aqueous premicellar and micellar environments in the alkaline fading of di-positive methyl green carbocation Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 666 Diensh C. Ghosh, Biswajit Pal, Pratik K. Sen 0927-7757 Yes 5.518 Document
Aug, 2021 Evidence of formation of dye-surfactant ion pair micelle in the anionic surfactant mediated alkaline fading of methyl violet carbocation International Journal of Chemical Kinetics Vol. 53, Issue 11 Dinesh C. Ghosh, Biswajit Pal, Pratik K. Sen 1097- 4601 Yes 1.502 Document
Mar, 2020 Influence of Anions and Micelle and Submicellar Aggregates on the Alkaline Hydrolysis of Malachite Green: Tensiometric, Spectrophotometric, and Kinetic Investigations The Journal of Physical Chemistry B Vol. 124, Issue 10 Dinesh C. Ghosh, Biswajit Pal, Pratik K. Sen 1520-6106 (print) 1520-5207 (web) Yes 3.466 Document
Mar, 2019 Effect of microheterogeneous environments of CTAB, Triton X-100, and Tween 20 on the oxidative degradation of D-fructose by nanoparticles of MnO2 149 -160 International Journal of Chemical Kinetics Vol. 51, Issue 3 Jayanta K. Midya, Dinesh C. Ghosh, Biswajit Pal, Pratik K. Sen 1097 - 4601 Yes 1.502 Document

Publication: Books

Year/Month Book Title Editor ISBN No Documents
2017 Organic Chemistry Structure Rathindranath Mukherjee and Dinesh Chandra Ghosh 978-81-89874-42-1 Document

Members of Different Academic Bodies

Academic Bodies
Indian Physical Society

Oral/Poster Presentation in Seminar

Date Title Title of Conference Organised By Level Remarks
10-01-2020 Kinetics of alkaline hydrolysis of methyl green: Effects of surfactants. International Symposium on Current Trends in Chemistry Diamond Harbour Women’s University International
17-12-2019 An extensive study of alkaline fading of malachite green with specific interactions of anions and surfactants International Seminar on Elements of Periodic Table in the Chemical Avenues of Biological World South Calcutta Girls College International
05-12-2017 Effect of Alkali Halides and an Anionic Surfactant SDS on Alkaline fading Methyl Violet. Nurturing Chemistry: Bonding and Beyond Dept. of Chemistry, The Bhawanipur Education Society College, Kolkata National

Conferences/Seminars/Symposium/Workshops: Participated

Start Date End Date Duration Title Organised By Level Remarks
13-09-2023 13-09-2023 One day NIRF RANKING PREPARATIONS AT COLLEGE LEVEL Department of Higher Education, Govt. of West Bengal State
28-02-2020 28-02-2020 One day Seminar Seth Anandram Jaipuria College, Kolkata Regional/College
22-07-2019 22-07-2019 One day UG Chemistry Honours Practical of Semester-3 (Under CBCS) Department of Chemistry, Asutosh College In collaboration with UG Board of Studies, University of Calcutta Regional/College
10-10-2018 10-10-2018 One day Experiments in the New Syllabus of Chemistry Under CBCS Basanti Devi College & UG Board of Studies, University of Calcutta Regional/College

Study Materials available in Learning Management System

SlNo Title Description
1 Representation of Molecules Stereochemistry of Organic compounds
2 Element of Symmetry
3 Addition Reactions to Carbonyl Compounds Carbonyl Compounds: Addition Reactions
4 CYCLOHEXANE Cyclic stereochemistry
5 Axially Chiral Molecules Stereochemistry-II