Sarojini Naidu College for Women

Affiliated to West Bengal State University

Govt Sponsored, Estd. 1956, UGC

NAAC Re-accredited with Grade "A" (3rd Cycle)

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Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya

Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya

Dipanwita Bhattacharya

Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya


Associate Professor
Department of Botany



Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya is an Associate Professor in the Department of Botany at Sarojini Naidu College for Women, since March 2, 1998. Before starting the teaching career, she was a CSIR Research Associate at Indian Institute of Chemical Biology. She did her Ph.D, as a CSIR research fellow from the same institute under the supervision of Late Dr. Eshak Ali. Dr. Bhattacharya was also a project assistant at Bose Institute for a short period in the laboratory of the then Director Dr. P.K. Roy in his project of the development of ELISA in aflatoxin.


Research areas of Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya are as follows:

  • Plant immunology
Currently, Dr. Dipanwita Bhattacharya is teaching the following courses:

  1. Archegoniate (BOTACOR02T)
  2. Plant morphology & anatomy (BOTACOR05T)
  3. Plant physiology (BOTACOR12T)
  4. Plant metabolism (BOTACOR13T)
  5. Biodiversity (BOTGCOR01T)
  6. Plant anatomy and Embryology (BOTGCOR03T)
  7. Plant physiology and metabolism (BOTGCOR04T)
Journal Articles

  1. Bhattacharya D, Siddiqui K.A.I. and Ali E. (1992) Indian J Mycol. Plant Pathol.22, 54-57
  2. Bhattacharya D., Dhar T.K., Siddiqui K.A.I. and Ali E. (1992) Apple. Environ. MICROBIOL.58,1970-1974
  3. Bhattacharya D., Dhar T.K. Siddiqui K.A.I. and Ali E. (1994)J. Appl. Bacterial.77, 129-133
  4. Bhattacharya D., Bhattacharya R. and Dhar T.K. (1999). J Immunol. Methods 230,71-86
  5. Bhattacharya R., Bhattacharya D. and Dhar T.K. (1999).J. Immunology. Methods 227,31-39
  6. Dhar T.K. , Bhattacharya D. and Bhattacharya R. a process for the preparation of electronic rich proteins useful for ultrasensitive detection of biologically important molecules (1999/Del/97)
  7. Dhar T.K. and Bhattacharya D. An improved process of solid phase useful for rapid ELISA of biologically important molecules (1989/Del/97)
  8. Dhar T.K. , Bhattacharya R. and Bhattacharya D. An improved process for the preparation of solid phases useful for ultrasensitive visual detection of diagnostic ally important antigens antibody (1991/Del/97).
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