Enabling proficiency through thorough research

Our intellectual contributions to the academic world appears in a wide variety of publications and scholarly journals. Browse through some of our research work conducted by our esteemed faculty and diligent students.

Instrumentations

DST FIST LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS

  • LYOPHILIZER- BENCH TOP FREEZE DRYER model opr-fdb -5502 with d drying 6 port manifold, supplier – operon co ltd, KOREA
  • OCEAN OPTICS MAYAPRO 2000 UV VIS NIR SPECTROMETER, supplier -technosource , international inc., USA
  • ULTRASONIC PROCESSOR- cole palmer model ww04711-35, supplier- cole palmer india pvt ltd, MUMBAI
  • SKYRAY AAS6000 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETER, supplier –jiangsu skyray instrument co., ltd, CHINA
  • ORBITAL SHAKING INCUBATOR, Make Heat control, orb-shl-C, Ozone Scientific
  • ULTRASONIC PROCESSOR, model ww04711-35, cole palmer
  • BINOCULAR CLINICAL RESEARCH MICROSCOPE, magnus mlx-b plus, . Olympus
  • ELECTRONIC BALANCE, model cx-220 citizen make, Vasa scientific

Projects

List of Management Funded Projects (2019-2020)

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR TITLE OF THE PROJECT AMOUNT BRANCH DEPARTMENT DURATION
Dr. Anjana Mani Economic Growth in India – with special reference to Ease of Doing Business Rs. 25,000/- Humanities Economics 12 months
Ms. Heena Gupta WhatsApp Analyzer: A tool for extracting and analyzing the usage of WhatsApp mobile messaging application Rs. 25,000/- Sciences Computer Science 5 months
Ms. Jinu Sara Rajan A Fall Risk Analyzer: To determine and interpret fall risk diagnosis in Older people Rs. 25,000/- Sciences Computer Science 12 months
Ms. Julie Martin Discipline and zero tolerance in schools of Bengaluru Rs. 1,00,000 Humanities Home Science 12 months
Dr. Lakshmi S.K. The race for Survival – Start – UP Edition Rs. 50,000/- Statistics & Analytics Science 12 months
Dr. Lakshmi S.K. An analysis of the Usage and Effects of social media Rs. 40,000/- Statistics & Analytics Science 12 months
Ms. Libina Benny Modified Carbon Based Electrodes for Electrochemical Sensing of Incidental Food Adulterants Rs. 45,000/- Sciences Chemistry 9 months
Ms. Sandhya K.S. Biochemistry of Sprouting Dynamics of various pulses Rs. 1,00,000/- Sciences Biotechnology 12 months
Ms. Sapna Dinesh A descriptive study of micro greens Rs. 1,20,000/- Humanities Home Science 24 months
Dr. Shanthi S. A study on the impact of Economic status on the health and nutritional status of Government school children (11-15 years) in Urban and Rural Bengaluru. Rs. 22,5,000/- Humanities Economics 24 months
Dr. Sharadamma N Identifiction and funcational characterization of novel nucleoid associated proteins acting as a global transcription factors in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (H37Rv) Rs. 70,000/- Sciences Life Science 12 months
Ms.Shweta Sharma Impact of Migration on Happiness of Migrants, their Families and Host Study – a case study in Bengaluru. Rs. 1,25,000/- Humanities Economics 12 months
Dr. Sowmya Kumar Isoflavones Genistein and Diadzein in the Inhibition of Bacterial Biofilm Formation and Quorum Sensing Rs. 65,000/- Sciences Life Science 12 months
Ms.Sumalatha A Predict To Prevent: Flooding Rs. 20,000/- Sciences Computer Science 5 months
Ms.Sumalatha A Share to Care Rs. 20,000/- Sciences Computer Science                                                                      NA
Ms.Syeda Haseen Buvabi Synthesis, Characterisation and Biological Studies of New Schiff Base Complexes Rs. 40,000/- Sciences Chemistry 12 months
Ms. Thejaswi Bhandary Isolation, Identification, and Characterization of a Novel Bacteria from a Fermented Food Source and its Effect on the Growth and Immunity of Tilapia Species Rs. 1,00,000/- Sciences Biotechnology 12 months
Ms. Vani S Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Studies of Metal Complexes of Schiff Bases Rs. 1,25,000/- Sciences Chemistry 13 months
Dr. Madhuchanda Chakrabarty Social Status of Women in the Stories of Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Dr. Koyal Biswas Family Dynamics as Depicted in the Novels of Ashapoorna Devi Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Dr. Chiluka Pusphalata Comparative Study on Folk Literature North Uttar Pradesh and South Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Ms. Tabassum The Adoption and Design of Green Banking: A Comparative Analysis of Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks. Rs 25,500/- Commerce Commerce 9 months
Ms. Rajani Mariam K Korah A Study on Innovative Methods of Experiential Learning in Business Studies and the Possibility of Inculcating it in the Curriculum Rs 75,000/- Commerce Commerce 12 months
Ms. Shobha T S An Exploratory Study on the Factors Affecting Retirement Planning among Working Women in Bengaluru Rs 50,000/- Management Management 12 months
Ms. Anto Juliet Mary Behavioural Experiment to Measure the Learning Outcomes of the Student Rs 50,000/- Management Management 12 months
Ms. Jaikala Loganathan A Study on Cyber Security and Digital Payment Fraud Prevention in Nationalized Bank with Special Reference to Bengaluru City Rs 30,000/- Commerce Commerce 12 months
Ms.  Priyanka Joe An Analysis on the Impact of Personalization on Life Insurance Products among Customers in Bengaluru city Rs 40,000/- Management Management 12 months

In-house Journals

Carmelight

The Multidisciplinary Journal, published by Mount Carmel College was founded in the year 2004. In September 2010, the in-house faculty journal Carmelight was upgraded into a National Journal. We hope that the journal will serve as an interface between researchers and the academic community to transfer knowledge on important issues in research. All manuscripts published in Carmelight, especially opinions, commentaries, and book reviews, are deemed to reflect the individual views of the authors and not the official points of view, either of the editors or of Mount Carmel College.

Editorial Board

Editor in Chief:
Research Advisor – Dr. Cletus D’Souza
Editor:
Research Director- Dr. Kavitha Singh

Research Coordinator-Dr. Dorin D’Souza

Associate Editors:
Dept. of Economics – Dr. Vijaya Priya S
Dept. of Nutrition & Dietetics – Dr. Geetha Santhosh
Internal Editors:
Dept. of Life Science – Dr. Padmashree Kulkarni
Dept. of MCA – Ms. Shaila Mary J
Dept. of Biotechnology – Dr. Sindhu Anoop
Dept. of Commerce – Ms. Sivakami R
Dept. of Economics – Dr. Sujata Suryakant Mali,

Advisory Editorial Board

  • Dr. N. Raaman, Professor, Herbal Sciences Laboratory, Centre for Advanced Study in Botany, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Dr. M. Prahladachar, Retd. Professor, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Kanchan Garg, Senior Lecturer, Department of Science and Humanities PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Kailash Paliwal, Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Research, Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
  • Prof. R. Chandramani, Retd. Professor, Department of Physics, Bangalore University, Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. K. Narasimha Rao, Scientist, Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. R. Renuka Nair, Scientist G (Senior Grade) & Head, Division of Cellular & Molecular Cardiology, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
  • Dr.K.Jayachandran, Professor, School of Bio-Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala.
  • Dr. Shobha Raghuram, Independent Researcher, Social Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Dr. M. Jamuna, Professor, Department of History, Bangalore University, Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. H.S. Sudhira, Director, Gubbi Labs, Gubbi, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Radha Ramaswamy, Former Head, Department of English, Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Satheesh Babu K., Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Horticulture, Kerala Agricultural University, Trichur, Kerala.
  • Mr. K.V. George, Scientist, Air Pollution Control Division, NEERI, Nagpur, Maharashtra.
  • Dr. Sripathi Kandula, Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Dr. K.K. Seethalakshmi, Scientist, Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, Trichur, Kerala.

If you’d like to go through our Multidisciplinary Journal, please feel free to click the link: http://www.carmelight.com/

RESEARCH DATA CENTER (RDC)

Mount Carmel College is one of the pioneer institutions known for its novelty in every aspect. The data center that is instituted in Mount Carmel College (MCC) is newer of its kind available today. The data center will be called as Research Data Center (RDC) that is used only for research and learning. It is a dedicated data center with state-of-art infrastructure. This new RDC will support digital learning through projects, improve research curves, and outreach society. This will be a hub for academic and research units providing connectivity across the world. It will create a platform for students and staff to pursue research and projects. This RDC has tie-ups and MoUs with various industries and companies. These companies and industries provide data and projects for learning and research purposes. Students and staff members of MCC can choose this platform to learn through projects and internships. They can also get data and access the resource of the industries in their preferred domain. Two new schemes namely ‘Project Mint’ and ‘App Factory’ are introduced for the benefits of students and staff. In the ‘Project Mint’ scheme, staff and students from different departments can take up any kind of project and pursue their research. This is open for various types of projects and internships. ‘App Factory’ is a scheme mainly for developing mobile apps. The students can contribute ideas, designing, and development of the mobile app. The students and staff members can even learn to develop mobile apps. For the benefit of students, guest lectures and motivational speaks are organized regularly from eminent speakers. This will improve the learning curve of both students and staff. In near future, RDC will have associations with other Colleges, Universities, and Institutions for the exchange of knowledge. This RDC will be the learning hub for other educational Institutions. The datasets are organized based on the domain and departments. They are classified, organized, and cataloged. When the staff and students enroll for projects or research, they can choose their projects based on their domain and field of interest. The RDC is open for the students and faculty members from different streams like Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Commerce and Management, Computers, Arts, Humanities, and languages to can access data from RDC. More number of MoUs and tie-ups with industry linkage will build a bridge between academics and industries.

Students who are interested in taking a projects and staff members who want data for their research can approach RDC.

Contact

Dr. UMA V +91 9341943755

Dr. P. Bavithra Matharasi +91 9900093356

Email: rdc@mccblr.edu.in

Instrumentations

Instrumentations

DST FIST LABORATORY EQUIPMENTS

  • LYOPHILIZER- BENCH TOP FREEZE DRYER model opr-fdb -5502 with d drying 6 port manifold, supplier – operon co ltd, KOREA
  • OCEAN OPTICS MAYAPRO 2000 UV VIS NIR SPECTROMETER, supplier -technosource , international inc., USA
  • ULTRASONIC PROCESSOR- cole palmer model ww04711-35, supplier- cole palmer india pvt ltd, MUMBAI
  • SKYRAY AAS6000 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETER, supplier –jiangsu skyray instrument co., ltd, CHINA
  • ORBITAL SHAKING INCUBATOR, Make Heat control, orb-shl-C, Ozone Scientific
  • ULTRASONIC PROCESSOR, model ww04711-35, cole palmer
  • BINOCULAR CLINICAL RESEARCH MICROSCOPE, magnus mlx-b plus, . Olympus
  • ELECTRONIC BALANCE, model cx-220 citizen make, Vasa scientific
Projects

Projects

List of Management Funded Projects (2019-2020)

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR TITLE OF THE PROJECT AMOUNT BRANCH DEPARTMENT DURATION
Dr. Anjana Mani Economic Growth in India – with special reference to Ease of Doing Business Rs. 25,000/- Humanities Economics 12 months
Ms. Heena Gupta WhatsApp Analyzer: A tool for extracting and analyzing the usage of WhatsApp mobile messaging application Rs. 25,000/- Sciences Computer Science 5 months
Ms. Jinu Sara Rajan A Fall Risk Analyzer: To determine and interpret fall risk diagnosis in Older people Rs. 25,000/- Sciences Computer Science 12 months
Ms. Julie Martin Discipline and zero tolerance in schools of Bengaluru Rs. 1,00,000 Humanities Home Science 12 months
Dr. Lakshmi S.K. The race for Survival – Start – UP Edition Rs. 50,000/- Statistics & Analytics Science 12 months
Dr. Lakshmi S.K. An analysis of the Usage and Effects of social media Rs. 40,000/- Statistics & Analytics Science 12 months
Ms. Libina Benny Modified Carbon Based Electrodes for Electrochemical Sensing of Incidental Food Adulterants Rs. 45,000/- Sciences Chemistry 9 months
Ms. Sandhya K.S. Biochemistry of Sprouting Dynamics of various pulses Rs. 1,00,000/- Sciences Biotechnology 12 months
Ms. Sapna Dinesh A descriptive study of micro greens Rs. 1,20,000/- Humanities Home Science 24 months
Dr. Shanthi S. A study on the impact of Economic status on the health and nutritional status of Government school children (11-15 years) in Urban and Rural Bengaluru. Rs. 22,5,000/- Humanities Economics 24 months
Dr. Sharadamma N Identifiction and funcational characterization of novel nucleoid associated proteins acting as a global transcription factors in Mycobacterium tuberculosis (H37Rv) Rs. 70,000/- Sciences Life Science 12 months
Ms.Shweta Sharma Impact of Migration on Happiness of Migrants, their Families and Host Study – a case study in Bengaluru. Rs. 1,25,000/- Humanities Economics 12 months
Dr. Sowmya Kumar Isoflavones Genistein and Diadzein in the Inhibition of Bacterial Biofilm Formation and Quorum Sensing Rs. 65,000/- Sciences Life Science 12 months
Ms.Sumalatha A Predict To Prevent: Flooding Rs. 20,000/- Sciences Computer Science 5 months
Ms.Sumalatha A Share to Care Rs. 20,000/- Sciences Computer Science                                                                      NA
Ms.Syeda Haseen Buvabi Synthesis, Characterisation and Biological Studies of New Schiff Base Complexes Rs. 40,000/- Sciences Chemistry 12 months
Ms. Thejaswi Bhandary Isolation, Identification, and Characterization of a Novel Bacteria from a Fermented Food Source and its Effect on the Growth and Immunity of Tilapia Species Rs. 1,00,000/- Sciences Biotechnology 12 months
Ms. Vani S Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Studies of Metal Complexes of Schiff Bases Rs. 1,25,000/- Sciences Chemistry 13 months
Dr. Madhuchanda Chakrabarty Social Status of Women in the Stories of Sharat Chandra Chattopadhyay Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Dr. Koyal Biswas Family Dynamics as Depicted in the Novels of Ashapoorna Devi Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Dr. Chiluka Pusphalata Comparative Study on Folk Literature North Uttar Pradesh and South Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh Rs. 30,000/- Humanities Hindi 12 months
Ms. Tabassum The Adoption and Design of Green Banking: A Comparative Analysis of Public Sector Banks and Private Sector Banks. Rs 25,500/- Commerce Commerce 9 months
Ms. Rajani Mariam K Korah A Study on Innovative Methods of Experiential Learning in Business Studies and the Possibility of Inculcating it in the Curriculum Rs 75,000/- Commerce Commerce 12 months
Ms. Shobha T S An Exploratory Study on the Factors Affecting Retirement Planning among Working Women in Bengaluru Rs 50,000/- Management Management 12 months
Ms. Anto Juliet Mary Behavioural Experiment to Measure the Learning Outcomes of the Student Rs 50,000/- Management Management 12 months
Ms. Jaikala Loganathan A Study on Cyber Security and Digital Payment Fraud Prevention in Nationalized Bank with Special Reference to Bengaluru City Rs 30,000/- Commerce Commerce 12 months
Ms.  Priyanka Joe An Analysis on the Impact of Personalization on Life Insurance Products among Customers in Bengaluru city Rs 40,000/- Management Management 12 months
In-house Journals

In-house Journals

Carmelight

The Multidisciplinary Journal, published by Mount Carmel College was founded in the year 2004. In September 2010, the in-house faculty journal Carmelight was upgraded into a National Journal. We hope that the journal will serve as an interface between researchers and the academic community to transfer knowledge on important issues in research. All manuscripts published in Carmelight, especially opinions, commentaries, and book reviews, are deemed to reflect the individual views of the authors and not the official points of view, either of the editors or of Mount Carmel College.

Editorial Board

Editor in Chief:
Research Advisor – Dr. Cletus D’Souza
Editor:
Research Director- Dr. Kavitha Singh

Research Coordinator-Dr. Dorin D’Souza

Associate Editors:
Dept. of Economics – Dr. Vijaya Priya S
Dept. of Nutrition & Dietetics – Dr. Geetha Santhosh
Internal Editors:
Dept. of Life Science – Dr. Padmashree Kulkarni
Dept. of MCA – Ms. Shaila Mary J
Dept. of Biotechnology – Dr. Sindhu Anoop
Dept. of Commerce – Ms. Sivakami R
Dept. of Economics – Dr. Sujata Suryakant Mali,

Advisory Editorial Board

  • Dr. N. Raaman, Professor, Herbal Sciences Laboratory, Centre for Advanced Study in Botany, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, Chennai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Dr. M. Prahladachar, Retd. Professor, Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Kanchan Garg, Senior Lecturer, Department of Science and Humanities PES Institute of Technology, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Kailash Paliwal, Director, Indian Institute of Advanced Research, Gandhinagar, Gujarat.
  • Prof. R. Chandramani, Retd. Professor, Department of Physics, Bangalore University, Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. K. Narasimha Rao, Scientist, Department of Instrumentation and Applied Physics, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. R. Renuka Nair, Scientist G (Senior Grade) & Head, Division of Cellular & Molecular Cardiology, Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.
  • Dr.K.Jayachandran, Professor, School of Bio-Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam, Kerala.
  • Dr. Shobha Raghuram, Independent Researcher, Social Sciences, Bangalore, Karnataka
  • Dr. M. Jamuna, Professor, Department of History, Bangalore University, Jnana Bharathi, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. H.S. Sudhira, Director, Gubbi Labs, Gubbi, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Radha Ramaswamy, Former Head, Department of English, Mount Carmel College, Bangalore, Karnataka.
  • Dr. Satheesh Babu K., Professor, Department of Agricultural Economics, College of Horticulture, Kerala Agricultural University, Trichur, Kerala.
  • Mr. K.V. George, Scientist, Air Pollution Control Division, NEERI, Nagpur, Maharashtra.
  • Dr. Sripathi Kandula, Professor, School of Biological Sciences, Madurai Kamraj University, Madurai, Tamil Nadu.
  • Dr. K.K. Seethalakshmi, Scientist, Kerala Forest Research Institute, Peechi, Trichur, Kerala.

If you’d like to go through our Multidisciplinary Journal, please feel free to click the link: http://www.carmelight.com/

RESEARCH DATA CENTER (RDC)

RESEARCH DATA CENTER (RDC)

Mount Carmel College is one of the pioneer institutions known for its novelty in every aspect. The data center that is instituted in Mount Carmel College (MCC) is newer of its kind available today. The data center will be called as Research Data Center (RDC) that is used only for research and learning. It is a dedicated data center with state-of-art infrastructure. This new RDC will support digital learning through projects, improve research curves, and outreach society. This will be a hub for academic and research units providing connectivity across the world. It will create a platform for students and staff to pursue research and projects. This RDC has tie-ups and MoUs with various industries and companies. These companies and industries provide data and projects for learning and research purposes. Students and staff members of MCC can choose this platform to learn through projects and internships. They can also get data and access the resource of the industries in their preferred domain. Two new schemes namely ‘Project Mint’ and ‘App Factory’ are introduced for the benefits of students and staff. In the ‘Project Mint’ scheme, staff and students from different departments can take up any kind of project and pursue their research. This is open for various types of projects and internships. ‘App Factory’ is a scheme mainly for developing mobile apps. The students can contribute ideas, designing, and development of the mobile app. The students and staff members can even learn to develop mobile apps. For the benefit of students, guest lectures and motivational speaks are organized regularly from eminent speakers. This will improve the learning curve of both students and staff. In near future, RDC will have associations with other Colleges, Universities, and Institutions for the exchange of knowledge. This RDC will be the learning hub for other educational Institutions. The datasets are organized based on the domain and departments. They are classified, organized, and cataloged. When the staff and students enroll for projects or research, they can choose their projects based on their domain and field of interest. The RDC is open for the students and faculty members from different streams like Biology, Biochemistry, Biotechnology, Chemistry, Commerce and Management, Computers, Arts, Humanities, and languages to can access data from RDC. More number of MoUs and tie-ups with industry linkage will build a bridge between academics and industries.

Students who are interested in taking a projects and staff members who want data for their research can approach RDC.

Contact

Dr. UMA V +91 9341943755

Dr. P. Bavithra Matharasi +91 9900093356

Email: rdc@mccblr.edu.in