National Institute Of Technology,Kurukshetra

DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY

Faculty

Name : Dharam Pal Singh
Designation : Professor
Qualification : Ph. D., 1983, Meerut University, Meerut
Current Address :

BB-12,, NIT, Campus, Kurukshetra - 136 119, Haryana (INDIA)


Phone 1 (office) : 01744-233 512 (O)
Phone 2 (office) : ( Resi )01744-238 241, (Mob.) 098132 19241
Email : dpsinghchem@yahoo.co.in dpsinghchem@gmail.com

Area Of Intrest :

Academic/ Administrative Contribution at Department/Institute Level

(1) Chairman, DRC & BOS, Department of Chemistry, NIT, Kurukshetra, from 04.11.2007 to 03 .11.200904.11.2014 to 03.11. 2016

(2) Member, DRC and BOS, Department of Chemistry, NIT, Kurukshetra.  (Continuing since 2002)

(3) Chairman, Canteen Committee, NIT, Kurukshetra. (2006-08)                                                                                                         (4) Sucessfully discharged the responsibilities on various administrative positions such as Warden for more than 13 years(1988-1990;1992-1996;!999-2006) and  Deputy Chief Warden for 03 years ( 2011- 2014) and currently working as Chief Warden (Boys Hostel) since 01-06-2019.                                                                          

(5) Member, Sports Committee,(Prof-in-Charge,Athletics, Kabaddi &Volley Ball) REC/ NIT, Kurukshetra for more than 20 years and worked  as Prof.-In-Charge (Physical Edu. & Sports Section ) from 05-12-2016 to 31-05-2019.      

(6)  Asstt. Supdt., Dy. Supdt.and Centre Supdt. for various examinations.

 (7)  Several other duties as and when assigned by the authorities

Areas of current Interest, Research Activities, and Future Plans of Academic and Research activities:

       Presently, the Research work is going on in the area of Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocyclic Transition metal complexes with various types of ligands and as an outcome EIGHT Research Students got their Ph. D. Degree and ONE is currently working for his Ph. D. Degree. In future, I am looking forward to extend this work of the Macrocyclic Chemistry towards the Alkaline earth metals and inner transition metals. The possibilities of collaborations with other Institutes like IITs, IISERs, NCL,Pune and other R & D Laboratories will also be explored.   

Experience :

  •  Teaching: 34 years
  •  R & D Organization/ Industry:

Other :

ournal Research Publications :

     Journals:83

  • International   83
  • National -

    Conference / Seminar / Symposia etc.:67

  • International  -19
  • National -48

   Books / Monographs / Manuals (including year &publisher): Nil

  List of Research Papers Published in Journals:

  • 1. Divalent nickel, cobalt and copper complexes of a tetradenate  N6 macrocyclic ligand;   V.B.Rana, D.P.Singh, P.Singh, & M.P.Teotia; Transition Metal Chemistry6, 36-39 (1981)
  • 2. Complexes of divalent oxo vanadium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel and copper with the  ligand derived from  the reaction of 2- aminopyridine and acetylacetone; V . B . Rana, D .P . Singh, & M . P .Teotia;  Transition Metal Chemistry, 6, 189-193 (1981). 
  • 3. Trivalent chromium, manganese, iron and cobalt chelates of a tetradenate N6 macrocyclic ligand.   V.B.Rana, P.Singh, D.P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; Transition Metal Chemistry; 7, 174-177 (1982).  
  • 4. Divalent nickel, cobalt and copper complexes of a tetradenate macrocyclic dibenzo (f, n) 2, 4, 10,12- tetramethyl-1,5,9,13-tetraaza cyclohexadeca [16] 1,3,9,11- tetrtaene;  V.B.Rana, P.Singh, D.P.Singh & M.P.Teotia; Polyhedron, 1, 377-381 (1982)   
  • 5. Rare earth chelates of biacetyl bis(benzoylhydrazone). V.B.Rana, D.P.Singh, P.Singh & M.P.Teotia; Indian Journal of  Chemistry, Section A;  21A, 528-530 (1982)
  • 6. Binuclear divalent metal chelates bridged by aromatic diamines  D.P.Singh, V.K.Chauhan, V.B.Rana & M.P.Teotia;    Journal of  Coordination Chemistry; 13, 159-162 (1984)
  • 7. Oxouranium (VI) hydroxozirconium (IV) and oxovanadium (IV) complexes of ligands derived from acidhydrazides and acetylacetone;  V.B.Rana, V.K.Chauhan, D.P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 1, 24-28 (1985)
  • 8. Synthesis and characterisation  of cobalt (II), nickel (II) and copper (II)  complexes of a  tridenate N5  macrocyclic ligand,    V.B.Rana, S.P.Ratra, D.P.Singh &M.P.Teotia;Transition Metal Chemistry10, 115-116 (1985)
  • 9. Five-coordinate complexes of divalent manganese and cobalt with ligands derived from acidhydrazides and  acetylacetone,  D.P.Singh, V.K.Chauhan, V.B.Rana &M.P.Teotia; Journal of  Institution of Chemists(India), 57, 121-123 (1985).
  • 10. Dinuclear trivalent chromium, manganese, iron and cobalt complexes  bridged by aromatic diamines,. D.P.Singh & V.B.Rana ;  Transition Metal Chemistry, 11, 23-26 (1986)
  • 11.  Binuclear Palladium (II) an Platinum (II) chelates with tetradenate Schiff bases derived from acetylacetone  and aromatic diamines,   D.P.Singh, M.R.Maurya & V.B.Rana;  Indian Journal of. Chemistry,Section A25A, 972-73 (1986)
  • 12. Divalent cobalt, nickel and copper complexes of a tridenate N5 macrocyclic ligand,  D.P.Singh; Chemica Acta Turcica15, 387-392 (1987).
  • 13. Binuclear Palladium (II) and Platinum (II) chelates with tetradenate Schiff bases derived from  acetylacetone and aromatic diamines,   D.P.Singh & Kiran Singh;   Journal of Institution of  Chemists(India), 60, 76-78 (1988)
  • 14. Synthesis and characterisation of cobalt (II), nickel (II) and copper (II) complexes of a 16- membered N6  tetradenate macrocyclic ligand;   D.P.Singh & V.B.Rana; Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 66, 266-267 (1989)
  • 15. Binuclear chromium (III), manganese (III) and cobalt (III) complexes bridged by diaminopyridine,  D.P.Singh &V.B.Rana; Polyhedron14, 2901-2906 (1995)
  • 16. Synthesis and spectroscopy investigation of organotin (IV) complexes of hydrazones derived from  heterocyclic aldehydes,  Kiran Singh, S.N.Dubey & D.P.Singh; Proceeding of National Academy of Sciences,India;  67A, 35-38 (1997).
  • 17. Synthesis and characterisation of bivalent metal complexes of a tetradentate N6 macrocyclic ligand,. D.P.Singh, N.Shishodia, B.P.Yadav & V.B.Rana;  Polyhedron16, 2229-2232 (1997)
  • 18. Synthesis and structural studies of some bivalent metal complexes with bidenate Schiff base ligands,.G.Singh, P.A.Singh, Kiran Singh, D.P.Singh, R.N.Handa &S.N.Dubey; Proceeding of National Academy Sciences,India;  72A, 87-94 (2002).
  • 19. Divalent cobalt, nikel and copper chelates of macrocycle derived from 2,3-butanedione and its dihydrazide,  D.P. Singh, Smita Singh and V.B. Rana; Journal of Indian Chemical Society;   79, 889- 891(2002)
  • 20. Trivalent transition metal ion directed macrocycles, D.P.Singh, N.Shishodia, B.P.Yadav & V.B.Rana;                  Journal of Indian Chemical Society;   81, 287-290 (2004)
  • 21. Divalent nickel and copper complexes with ligands derived from acidhydrazides and diacetyl; D.P.Singh & Ramesh Kumar   International Journal of Chemical Sciences;  3(1), 85-90 (2005).
  • 22. Metal complexes of cobalt (II), nickel (II), copper (II) and zinc (II) with Schiff bases derived by nucleophilic  addition of Indole-3-carboxaldehyde, p-nitrobenzaldehyde and p-toluyladehyde to s-triazoles;  D.P.Singh, K.Singh, P.A.Singh &R.N.Handa ; Journal of Institution of Chemists (India)., 77, 82-88 (2005).
  • 23. Template synthesis, spectroscopic studies and biological screening  of        macrocyclic complexes derived  from thiocarbohydrazide and benzil;  D.P.Singh, Ramesh Kumar &  P.Tyagi; Transition Metal Chemistry31, 970-973 (2006)
  • 24. Synthesis and characterisation of divalent metal complexes with ligand derived from the reaction of 3-aminopyridine and biacetyl; D.P. Singh, Ramesh Kumar, Rimpi Mehani and S.K. Verma;  Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society;  71, 939-944 (2006)
  • 25. Antibacterial Co(II),Ni(II);Cu(II) and Zn(II) complexes of Schiff bases derived from flurobenzaldehyde and  triazoles; Kiran Singh, D.P.Singh, M.S.Barwa, P.Tyagi & Y.Mirza;  Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and  Medicinal Chemistry21(5), 557-562(2006)
  • 26. Some bivalent metal complexes of Schiff bases containing N and S donor atoms Kiran Singh; D.P.Singh, M.S.Barwa, P.Tyagi &Y.Mirza; Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry; 21(6), 749-755(2006)      
  • 27. Synthesis, characterization of macrocyclic ligand and study of its complexes with divalent metal salts;. D.P.Singh, R.Kumar &V.Malik ;   International  Journal of Chemical Sciences4, 1031 (2006) 
  • 28. Template synthesis, spectroscopic studies and biological activities of        macrocyclic complexes derived from thiocarbohydrazide and glyoxal;  D.P.Singh, R.Kumar, V.Malik &P.Tyagi;  Journal of  Enzyme Inhibition and  Medicinal Chemistry;  22,177-182 (2007)
  • 29. Synthesis and characterization of complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II),Zn(II), Cd(II) with macrocycle-3,4,11,12-tetraoxo-1,2,5,6,9,10,13,14  Octaaza-cyclohexadeca-6, 8, 14, 16-tetraene and their biological  screening;                  D.P.Singh, R.Kumar, V.Malik &P.Tyagi; Transition Metal Chemistry32, 1051-1055 (2007)
  • 30. Trivalent metal ion directed synthesis and characterization of macrocyclic complexes; D.P.Singh and R. Kumar Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 72, 1069-1074 (2007)  
  • 31. Divalent metal complexes with ligand derived from ninhydrin and aromatic diamines and comparisons of  reactivities;.D.P.Singh &Rimpi Mehani Nee Chopra; Rasayan Journal of Chemistry1,93-98 (2008)
  • 32 Template synthesis and characterization of N6 12-membered macrocyclic complexes derived from isatin andethylenediamine   D.P.Singh, R. Kumar, M. Kamboj, V. Grover & K. Jain.   Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry34, 233-235 (2008)  
  • 33. One pot template synthesis and characterization of trivalent transition metal ion complexes derived from diaminopyridine and glyoxal, D.P.Singh, R. Kumar, Vandna Malik and Krishan Kumar;. Rasayan Journal of Chemistry; 1, 349-354 (2008).
  • 34. Synthesis and spectroscopic studies of biologically active compounds derived from oxalyldihydrazide and  benzil and their Cr(III), Fe(III) and Mn(III) complexes;   D.P.Singh, R. Kumar and Jitender Singh;  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry44, 1731-1736 (2009)
  • 35. Biologically active macrocyclic complexes derived from diaminonaphthalene and glyoxal; Template  synthesis and spectroscopic approach;  D.P.Singh, K. Kumar, S.S. Dhiman and J. Sharma.;   Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and  Medicinal Chemistry 24, 795-803 (2009)
  • 36. Antibacterial activity and spectral studies of trivalent chromium, manganese, iron macrocyclic complexes  derived from oxalyhdihydrazide and glyoxal;  D.P.Singh, R. Kumar and J. Singh.;   Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry, 24, 883-889 (2009)
  • 37. Divalent metal ion directed synthesis and characterization of hexaazamacrocyclic complexes; . D.P.Singh, Vandna Malik, R. Kumar & Krishan Kumar;   Rasayan Journal of Chemistry, 2, 133-138 (2009)        
  • 38. Antimicrobial active macrocyclic complexes of Cr(III), Mn(III) and Fe(III) with their spectroscopic approach;  D.P.Singh, Krishan Kumar & Chetan Sharma;  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 44, 3299-3304 (2009) 
  • 39. Synthesis, spectral studies and antibacterial approach of 16-membered tetraazamacrocyclic complexes; D.P.Singh, R. Kumar, Monika Kamboj & Kiran Jain;   Journal of Coordination Chemistry62, 2995-3002 (2009)    
  • 40. Synthesis, spectral and antibacterial studies of divalent transition metal ion macrocyclic complexes; D.P.Singh, Vandna Malik, R. Kumar, Krishan Kumar & J. Singh;  Russian Journal of Coordination Chemistry35,740-745 (2009)   
  • 41. Synthesis, spectroscopic and antibacterial activity of tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of trivalent chromium,  manganese and iron;   D.P.Singh, Vandna Malik, R. Kumar & J.Singh;  Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and  Medinal Chemistry24, 1201-1206 (2009)     
  • 42. Biologically active tetraazamacrocyclic complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II); .D.P.Singh , R. Kumar, Monika Kamboj & Kiran Jain;  Acta Chimica Slovenica56, 780-785 (2009)      
  • 43. New 14-Membered octaazamacrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal ions with their antimircrobial  and spectral studies;  D.P. Singh, K. Kumar & C. Sharma;   Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy;  75, 98-105 (2010)
  • 44. Antibacterial and antifungal studies of macrocyclic complexes of trivalent transition metal ions with their spectroscopic approach;  D.P.Singh, Krishan Kumar, S.S. Dhiman & J. Sharma;  Journal of Enzyme Inhibitionand  Medicinal Chemistry25, 21-28 (2010)
  • 45. Synthesis and spectral study of biologically active macrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal ions;   D.P. Singh, V. Malik, R. Kumar & K. Kumar;  Russian  Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 36(3), 220-225 (2010) 
  • 46. Template synthesis and characterization of biologically active 14-membered tetraazamacrocyclic transition  metal complexes;   D.P.Singh , Krishan Kumar, R. Kumar & J. Singh;   Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society;  75, 217-228 (2010) 
  • 47. New 14- membered octaazamarcocyclic complexes: synthesis, spectral, antibacterial and antifungal studies; D.P. Singh, K. Kumar & Chetan Sharma;  European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry45, 1230-1236 (2010)  
  • 48. Synthesis and characterization of biologically active 10-membered tetraazamacrocyclic complexes of Cr(III),  Mn(III) and Fe(III);   D. P. Singh, V. Malik & R. Kumar;  Research Letters in Inorg. Chem., DOI:10.1155/2009/824561 (2009)
  • 49. Template synthesis of macrocyclic complexes and their spectroscopic and antibacterial studies; . D.P.Singh, Vidhi Grover, R. Kumar & Kiran Jain;   Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry;   25, 445-449 (2010)    
  • 50. Macrocyclic complexes: Synthesis and characterization;    D.P. Singh & K. Kumar; Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society;   75, 475-482 (2010)          
  • 51. Macrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal ions derived from succinyldihydrazide and diacetyl with their antibacterial studies;  D.P. Singh & K. Kumar;  Journal of Coordination Chemistry63, 3313-3321 (2010)   
  • 52. Template synthesis of macrocyclic complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II), Zn(II) and Cd(II): spectroscopic,  antibacterial and antifungal studies;  D.P. Singh, V. Malik, R. Kumar & K. Kumar;  Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society75(6), 763-772 (2010)    
  • 53. Synthesis and efficacy of divalent metal complexes with ligand derived from 2, 2-dihydroxyindance and  aromatic diaminopyridines against fungi;   D.P. Singh & Rimpi Mehani nee Chopra;  Pesticide Biochemistry & Physiology, 98, 110-114 (2010)
  • 54. Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial activities of macrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal  ions;    D.P. Singh, K. Kumar & Chetan Sharma;  Synthesis and  Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal Organic & Nano-Metal Chemastry40, 378-385 (2010)  
  • 55. Synthesis, spectroscopic studies, and antibacterial activities of 14-membered tetraazamacrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal ions;  D.P. Singh & K. Kumar;  Journal of  Coordination Chemistry, 63, 4007-4016 (2010)
  • 56. Macrocyclic metal complexes derived from 2, 6-diaminopyridine and isatin with their antibacterial and spectroscopic studies;   D.P. Singh, Vandna Malik, Krishan Kumar, Chetan Sharma &, K.R. Aneja; Spectrochimica Acta Part A; Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 76, 45-49 (2010)
  • 57. Synthesis, characterization and antibacterial and antifungal studies of some tetraazamacrocyclic complexes; .D.P. Singh, Vandna Malik, Ramesh Kumar, Krishan Kumar & Saurach Sudha Dhiman Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society75, 1369-1380 (2010)
  • 58. Metal Ion Prompted Macrocyclic Complexes Derived from Indole-2,3-dione (isatin) and o-phenylenediamine with their Spectroscopic and Antibacterial Studies;  D.P. Singh, Vidhi Grover, Krishan Kumar & Kiran Jain;  Acta Chimica Slovenica57, 775-780 (2010)
  • 59. Macrocyclic Complexes of Divalent Transition Metal Ions Derived from2,2-Dihydroxyindane-1,3-dione and 2,3-  /2,6-Diaminopyridines;. D.P. Singh & Rimpi Mehani Nee Chopra;  Asian Journal of Chemistry22, 6252-6256 (2010)
  • 60. Template synthesis, spectroscopic, antibacterial, and antifungal studies of trivalent transition metal ion macrocyclic complexes;  D.P. Singh, Krishan Kumar, Chetan Sharma & K.R. Aneja;  Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry25(4). 544-550 (2010)
  • 61. Spectroscopic studies and antibacterial activities of some new 16-membered octaazamacrocyclic complexes derived from thiocarbohydrazide and pentane-2,4-dione;   D.P. Singh, Krishan Kumar & Rimpi Mehani ne’e Chopra Spectrochimica  Acta Part A; Molecular  and Biomolecular Spectroscopy78, 629-634 (2010)
  • 62. Divalent metal macrocyclic complexes derived from acetonylacetone and carbohydrazide with their spectroscopic and antibacterial studies;  D.P. Singh, Monika Kamboj, Krishan Kumar, Kiran Jain & Chetan Sharma;  Journal of Coordination Chemistry;  64, 502-510 (2010)
  • 63. Synthesis and characterization of divalent metal complexes of the marcrocyclic ligand derived from isatin and 1,2-diaminobenzene;  D.P. Singh, Vidhi Grover, Krishan Kumar & Kiran Jain;    Journal of the Serbian Chemical Society, 76, 385-393 (2011)
  • 64. Synthesis , spectral and antibacterial studies of 18-membered tetrazamacrocylic complex derived from carbohydrazide and diacetonyl;  M.Kamboj, D.P.Singh and K.Jain;  International Journal of Chemistry Research. 3, 21-24 (2012).
  • 65. Divalent Transition Metal Complexes Derived from Thiocarbohydrazide and  Dimedone;  D.P. Singh, Parveen, Chetan Sharma and K. R. Aneja;  Asian Journal of Chemistry24 (12), 5639-5642 (2012)
  • 66. Spectroscopic and Antimicrobial studies of Macrocyclic Metal Complexes Derived from 1, 8-Diaminonaphthalene and Dimedone;  D. P. Singh, Parveen, Ramesh Kumar, P. Surain and K. R. Aneja; Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry; 78, 363-369, (2014)
  • 67. Trivalent Transition Metal Complexes Derived from Thiocarbohydrazide and Dimedone;  D. P. Singh and Parveen ;   Journal of Indian Chemical Society91 (2), 259-264(2014)
  • 68. Template Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocyclic Complexes of Trivalent metal ions derived from  oxalyldihydrazide and Isatin; .D. P. Singh, Kavita Sharma and Parveen;  Asian Journal of Chemistry26 (2),  376-378(2014)
  • 69. Molecular modelling, spectroscopic characterisation and biological studies of tetraazamacrocyclic metal complexes;  Parveen Rathi, Kavita Sharma and D.P. Singh ; Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy: 130 ,72-75(2014)
  • 70. Spectroscopic and antibacterial studies of new ocatazamacrocyclic complexes derived from  carbohydrazide and isatin;  Krishan kumar, Monika Kamboj, Kiran Jain and D.P. Singh ;  Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular spectroscopy; 128, 243-247 (2014)
  • 71. Investigation of divalent tetraaza macrocyclic complexes as potent antimicrobial and antioxidant agent Parveen Rathi and D.P. Singh;   Der Pharma Chemica; 6, 203-214 (2014)
  • 72. Antimicrobial and antioxidant activity evaluation of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II) complexes with 15-thia-3,4,9,10-tetraazabicyclo[10.2.1]pentadeca-1(14),2,10,12-tetraene-5,8-dione; Parveen Rathi and D.P. Singh; Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular spectroscopy; 136 , 381-387 (2015).
  • 73. Antibacterial and Spectroscopic studies of biologically active macrocyclic complexes of divalent metal ions Kavita Sharma, Parveen , D.P. Singh and Rajan Chopra; Der Pharma Chemica; 7, 292-300 (2015)
  • 74. Synthesis, characterization, powder XRD and antimicrobial-antioxidant activity evaluation of trivalent transition metal macrocyclic complexes; Parveen Rathi , D.P. Singh and P. Surain; Competes Rendus Chimie; 18 , 430-437(2015)
  • 75. Template engineered biopotent macrocyclic complexes involving furan moiety: Molecular modeling and molecular docking;  Parveen Rathi and D.P. SinghJournal of Molecular Structure; 1093 , 201-207(2015)
  • 76. Synthesis and Spectroscopic studies of 12 membered macrocyclic transition metal complexes with tetradentate ligand. D.P. Singh, Kavita Sharma and Vikas Kumar; Journal of Modern Chemistry and Chemical Technology7, 1-11 (2016)
  • 77. Towards Functional Macrocycle : Synthesis, Biological screening and molecular modeling;  D.P. Singh and Vikas Sangwan Journal of  Institution of Chemists (India); 88,  170-181(2016)
  • 78. Synthesis, biological and molecular modeling studies of macrocyclic complexes of trivalent meatl ions;  Vikas Sangwan and D.P. Singh;  Iranian Chemical Communication;  5, 345-351(2017)
  • 79. Macrocyclic divalent transition metal complexes of cobalt,nickel, copper and zinc with their antimicrobial, spectroscopic studies; Kavita Sharma, D.P. Singh and Vikas Kumar,  India Journal of Chemical Technology;  24,534-540 (2017)
  • 80. Trivalent transition metal complexes derived from carbohydrazide and dimedone; D.P.Singh,Vidhi Grover,Parveen Rathi & Kiran Jain; Arabian Journal  of Chemistry; 10,1795-1801(2017) 
  • 81. Template engineered tetrazamacrocyclic complexes and their antibacterial studies;  M. Kamboj, K. Jain and D.P. Singh Asian Journal of  Chemistry30 ,1431-1434, 2018
  • 82. Pyrrolidinedione based macrocyclic schiff base complexes: Synthesis,PXRD, antimicrobial and DNA binding studies Vikas Sangwan and D.P. Singh; Indian Journal of Chemistry, Section A,  57A, 1235-1241 (2018)
  • 83. Macrocyclic metal complexes as potential Anti-Microbial agents; Kavita Sharma and D.P. Singh; Research Journal of Biotechnology; 13(4), 63-71, (2018)


  List of Research papers published / presented in International Conferences.

  • 1. Binuclear divalent palladium and platinum metal chelates bridged by aromatic diamines.
    M.P.Teotia & D.P.Singh; XXIIIrd International Conference on Coordination Chemistry,  Colorado Boulder (USA), Wa 35
  • 2. Divalent cobalt, nickel and copper complexes of a quadridentate nitrogen donor macrocyclic ligand.
    D.P.Singh; XXIV  International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Athens, Greece, A6: 448 (1986)
  • 3. Complexes of cobalt, nickel, copper and zinc with biologically active ligands; Kiran Singh, M.S.Bawa & D.P.Singh; International Conference on Sustainable Development and Resource Utilization: Current Trends and Perspectives, Jaipur (India), P-51 (2005).                                                          

  • 4. Template synthesis, spectroscopic studies and biological screening of macrocyclic complexes derived from thiocarbazide and benzil; D.P.Singh, O.P.Vermani, R.Kumar, V.Malik &P.Tyagi; International Conference on Molecules to Materials, SLIET, Longowal , Punjab (India),  157-SA

  • 5. Synthesis and characterization of macrocyclic ligand: Study of interaction with Co (II), Ni (II), Cu (II) and their biological screening; D.P.Singh, R.Kumar &P.Tyagi; International Conference on Molecules to Materials, SLIET, Longowal , Punjab (India), 161-SA

  • 6. Synthesis characterisation of complexes of Cu (II), Ni (II) and Co (II) of macrocyclic ligand of glyoxal and o- phenylenediamine;Rimpi Mahani & D.P.Singh; International Conference on Molecules to Materials, SLIET, Longowal , Punjab (India), 162

  • 7. Template synthesis and spectroscopic studies of macrocyclic     complexes derived from Isatin and ethylenediamine; D.P.Singh, R.Kumar, Vidhi Grover, Monika Kamboj &Kiran Jain; “37th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry” Cape Town (South Africa), 2006;

  • 8. Macrocyclic metal complexes derived from carbohydrazide and isatin with their biological studies 
    Monika Kamboj, Krishan Kumar, D.P. Singh &Kiran Jain Prof. R.C. Paul, International conference on emerging trends in Chemistry, Chandigarh,

  • 9. Macrocyclic Chemistry: Current trends and future perspectives; D.P. Singh; International Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Bangkok, Invited Talk, P-3 (2011)

  • 10. Transition metal ion complexes derived from oxalydihydrazide and diacetyl; Ramesh Kumar & D.P. Singh; International Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Bangkok, P-110 (2011)

  • 11. Divalent transition metal complexes derived from thiocarbohydrazide and dimedone; D.P. Singh and Parveen;
    International Conference on “Global Trends in Pure and Applied Chemical Sciences, Udaipur, AB-245/PP-82 (2012).

  • 12. Snthesis, Characteriazation and antivacterial and antifungal studies of macrocyclic metal complexes; Vandna Singh and D.P.Singh;International Conference on “Global Trends in Pure and Applied Chemical Sciences, Udaipur, AB-423/PP-190 (2012). 

  • 13. Trivalent transition metal complexes derived from acetonylacetone and ethylenediamine;Monika Kamboj, Vidhi Grover, Kiran Jain & D.P. Singh; International Conference “Chemical Constellation Cheminar-2012” (CCC-2012), Jalandhar, PP-146 (2012)

  • 14. Synthesis and characterization of divalent transition metal complexes derived from Thiocarbohydrazide and diacetyl; Ramesh Kumar, D.P. Singh and Parveen; International Conference “Chemical Constellation Cheminar-2012” (CCC-2012), Jalandhar, PP-157 (2012)

  • 15. Template synthesis of Trivalent Macrocyclic Metal Complexes derived from Oxalyldihydrazide and Isatin
    D.P. Singh &Kavita Sharma; International Conference “Chemical Constellation Cheminar-2012” (CCC-2012), Jalandhar, PP-253 (2012).

  • 16. Tetraazamacrocyclic Complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II) derived from 1,8-Diaminonaphthalene and Acetylacetone; D.P. Singh & Parveen International Conference “Chemical Constellation Cheminar-2012” (CCC-2012), Jalandhar, PP-315 (2012)

  • 17. Divalent metal complexes derived from succinyldihydrazide and dimedone; D P Singh and Parveen Rathi
    3rd International Conference of Indian Council of Chemists,Dubai, p.10 (2014).

  • 18. Template engineered tetraazamacrocyclic complexes and their antibacterial studies; Monika Kamboj, Kiran Jain and D.P. Singh; 3rd International conference on global trends in pure and applied chemical science (ICGTCS), SRM University, Delhi - NCR, AB-56/OP-13 (2017).

  • 19. Molecular modeling and antimicrobial studies of transition metal complexes synthesized from diaminomaleonitrile and benzil; D.P. Singh, Kavita Sharma and Vikas Kumar3rd International conference on global trends in pure and applied chemical science (ICGTCS), SRM University, Delhi - NCR, AB-47/PP-22 (2017).

  • List of Research papers published / presented in National Conferences:

  • 1.Complexes of divalent oxovanadium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel and copper with ligand derived from the reaction of 2-aminopyridine and acetylacetone.; V.B.Rana, D.P.Singh, P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; Annual convention of Chemists, Bombay-ING-P.57 (1980).

  • 2. Oxouranium(VI) oxo-zirconium(IV) and oxovanadium(IV) complexes derived from nitrogen  and oxygen donor ligands; V.B.Rana, D.P.Singh, P.Singh &M.P.Teotia;; First Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Agra, Sym 51 (1981).

  • 3.Trivalent chromium, manganese, iron and cobalt chelates of a N6 macrocyclic ligand;  V.B.Rana, P.Singh, D.P.Singh, &M.P.Teotia; Annual Convention of Chemists, Madras ING (P)- 109 (1981).

  • 4.Dimeric Schiff base complexes of  some dipositive cations;  D.P.Singh, V.B.Rana, P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; 2nd  Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Srinagar (J&K), ING: 0-123
  • 5.Five- coordinate complexes of divalent manganese and cobalt with ligands derived from acidhydrazides and acetylacetone. V.B.Rana, V.K.Chauhan, D.P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; 2nd Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Srinagar (J&K), ING P-68 (1982
  • 6.Binuclear trivalent chromium, manganese and iron complexes by aromatic diamines. D.P.Singh, V.K.Chauhan, M.P.Teotia &V.B.Rana; 53rd Annual Session of the National Academy of Sciences, India, Goa 169 (1983).
  • 7.Complexes of trivalent chromium, manganese and iron with ligand derived from the reaction of 2-aminopyridine and acetylacetone. V.B.Rana, V.K.Chauhan, D.P.Singh &M.P.Teotia; 3rd Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Dharwad, Karnataka, IP-20 (1983)
  • 8.Rare earth chelates of ligands containing nitrogen and oxygen. V.K.Chauhan, P.Singh, D.P.Singh &V.B.Rana; 72th Session of the Indian Science Congress, Lucknow, 116 (1986).
  • 9.Binuclear divalent metal chelates bridged by aromatic diamines D.P.Singh; 22nd Annual Convention of Chemists, Raipur (M.P.), IC (O)-59 (1985).
  • 10.Dinuclear trivalent chromium, manganese and iron complexes derived from tetradentate Schiff bases bridged by aromatic diamines. D.P.Singh; 23rd Annual Convention of Chemists, Annamalainagar, Tamil Nadu ING-85 (1986).
  • 11.Synthesis and characterisation of trivalent chromium, manganese and iron chelates of a quadridentate N6 macrocyclic ligands D.P.Singh; 24th Annual Convention of Chemists, Kolhapur (Maharashtra) ING- 19 (1987).
  • 12.Binuclear divalent metal chelates bridged by aromatic diamines ;D.P.Singh; 38th Annual Convention of Chemists, Jodhpur ING (OP)-24 (2001).
  • 13.Binuclear trivalent chromium, manganese and iron complexes bridged by aromatic diamines; D.P.Singh; 22nd Annual Conference Indian Council of Chemists, Roorkee, (IO)-38 (2003).
  • 14.Synthesis and characterisation of macrocyclic complexes derived from thiocarbohydraize  and benzil; D.P.Singh &R.Kumar; National Seminar on Chemistry at Interfaces-Trends &Prespectives, SLIET, Longowal (Punjab
  • 15.Synthesis and characterisation of divalent metal complexes with the ligand derived from the reaction of 3- aminopyridine and biacetyl.D.P.Singh; 91st Session of the Indian Science Congress, Chandigarh, IP-31 (2004).

  • 16.Biologically active divalent cobalt, nickel, copper and zinc complexes with substituted triazoles.Kiran Singh, M.S.Bawa, Dharam Pal & D.P.Singh;19th National Annual Symposium &Professor R.C.Paul Second Symposium on Recent

  • 17.Synthesis and characterization of divalent metal complexesof macrocyclic ligand derived from diaminopyridine and glyoxal.
     D.P.Singh &R.Kumar; 93rd Indian Science Congress, Hyderabad, P-23 (2006).

  • 18.Synthesis, characterisation of macrocyclic ligand and its complexes with divalent metal ion.
     D.P.Singh &R.Kumar; National Symposium on New Challenges in Chemistry, Amritsar, PP-75 (2006).  

  • 19.Metal ion prompted synthesis of macrocyclic complexes derived from isatin and o-phenylenediamine D.P.Singh, R.Kumar, Monika Kamboj, Vidhi Grover &Kiran Jain; 43rd Annual Convention of Chemists, Aurangabad, ING (OP)-11 (2006.)

  • 20.Divalent metal ions directed synthesis of macrocyclic complexes and their characterization R.Kumar, V.Malik & D.P.singh.

          43rd Annual Convention of Chemists, Aurangabad, ING (AP)-5 (2006).

  • 21.Metal ion prompted complexes with ligand derived from the reaction of aminopyridine and biacetyl. D.P.Singh &Ramesh Kumar; 94th Indian Science Congress, Annamalainagar, No 44, P-30 (2007).    
  • 22.Characterization of metal complexes by analytical techniques. D.P.Singh, V.Malik &R.Kumar; National Symposium on Recent Advances in Analytical Sciences  and Applications, H.P. University, Shimla, p.47 (2007).
  • 23.Template synthesis and characterization of trivalent metal complexes derived from diaminopyridine and glyoxal; D.P.Singh, Krishan Kumar and Vandna Malik 44th Annual Covention of Chemists, Jaipur, ING(OP)-21 (2007).
  • 24.Template synthesis and spectral studies of 18-membered macrocyclic complexes derived from acetonyl acetone and thiocarbohydrazide. D.P.Singh, Monika Kamboj and Vidhi Grover; 44th Annual Convention of Chemists, Jaipur, ING(OP-36(2007).
  • 25.Tetraazamacrocyclic complexes of Co(II), Ni(II) and Cu(II) derived from diaminonaphthalene and benzil D.P.Singh, Ramesh Kumar, Krishan Kumar and Vandna Malik; 1st Rashtreeya Yuva Yaigyanik Sammelan,(2008).
  • 26.Biologically active macrocyclic complexes of Cr(III), Fe(III) and Mn(III) : Synthesis, spectroscopic studies and biological screening. Ramesh Kumar and D.P.Singh 27th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Haridwar IO-CYSA-07 (2008).
  • 27.Synthesis and characterization of divalent transition metal complexes of tetraazamacrocycle; D.P.Singh, Krishan Kumar, Vandna Malik and Ramesh Kumar;  27th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, Haridwar,  IP-CYSA-03 (2008).
  • 28.Biologically active macrocyclic metal complexes derived from thiocarbohydrazide and isatin; D.P.Singh &Krishan Kumar; 28th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, HNGU, Patan (Gujarat) IP-01 (2009).
  • 29.Template synthesis, spectroscopic studies and biological screening of 18- membered macrocyclic complexes derived from acetonylacetone and thicocarbohydrazide; D.P.Singh, M. Kabmoj &R. Kumar; 28th Annual Conference of Indian Council of Chemists, HNGU, Patan (Gujarat) IP-02 (2009).
  • 30.Macrocyclic complexes of Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(II) &Zn (II) withligands derived from dimedone and O- phenylenediamine; D.P. Singh, Vidhi Grover &Ramesh Kumar;  46th Annual Convention of Chemists, VIT Vellore, Ing. (OP)-11 (2009)
  • 31.Transition metal ion directed microcyclic complexes derived from 1,8 diaminonaphthalene and glyoxal; Krishan Kumar & D.P. Singh; Prof. R.C Paul VI National Annual Symposium, Chandigarh,  P-28 (2010)
  • 32. Role of analytical techniques in the characterization of metal complexes;  Krishan Kumar & D.P. Singh
    Proceedings 3rd NSAS National Symposium on Recent Advances in Analytical Sciences,
  • 33.Spectroscopic studies of some new 16-membered octaazamacrocyclic complexes derived from thiocarbohydrazide and pentane-2,4-dione;  D.P. Singh, Krishan Kumar &Rimpi Mehani; National Seminar on Recent Trends in Chemical Research, Meerut College,  Meerut, IL-9 (2010);
  • 34.Synthesis and characterization of divalent macrocyclic complexes derived from acetonylacetone and carbohydrazideeive;   D.P. Singh, Krishan Kumar, Monika Kamboj &Kiran Jain
  • National Seminar on Recent Trends in Chemical Research, Meerut College,  Meerut, PP-11 (2010)
  • 35.Template synthesis and spectroscopic and biological studies of macrocyclic complexes derived from dimedone and carbohydrazide;  Vidhi Grover, D.P. Singh, Kiran Jain &Krishan Kumar;  98th Indian Science Congress, Chennai, No. 165 (2011)
  • 36.Macrocylic complexes of trivalent transition metal ions derived from 1,2-diaminobenzene and 2,5-hexanedione;  Monika Kamboj, D.P. Singh &Kiran Jain; 98th Indian Science Congress, Chennai, No. 167 (2011)

  • 37.Trivalent Transition metal ion directed macrocyclic complexes derived from 2,6-diaminopyridine and Isatin; D.P. Singh, Krishan Kumar &Vandna Malik;  98th Indian Science Congress, Chennai, No. 189 (2011)

  • 38.Macrocyclic Trivalent Transition Metal Complexes Derived from Thiocarbohydrazide and Dimedone;  D.P. Singh and ParveenNational Seminar on “GLOBAL CHALLENGES: NEW FRONTIERS IN CHEMICAL SCIENCES”, Kurukshetra
  • 39.Divalent Cobalt Complexes Derived from Dimedone and Ethylenediamine;  D.P. Singh and Parveen;100th Indian Science Congress, Kolkata, P- 216 (2013)
  • 40.Synthesis, Characterization and antimicrobial activity of macrocyclic complexes of trivalent chromium, manganese and Iron.; Ramesh Kumar, Parveen and D.P. Singh; 100th Indian Science Congress, Kolkata, P- 295 (2013)
  • 41.Synthesis,characterization & antimicrobial studies of divalent Transition Metal Complexes; Kavita Sharma, Parveen Rathi, Vikas Meashi and D.P. Singh; National Conference on Mastering in Molecules and Materials (M3-2014), NIT-Kurukshetra; PP44 (2014).
  • 42.Macrocyclic complexes of divalent transition metal complexes derived from dihydrazide and dicarvonyl compounds; Parveen Rathi and D.P. Singh; 102nd Indian Science Congress, Mumbai, IP-19(2015).
  • 43.Fe(III) Macrocyclic complexes : physico-chemical and pharmacological charactrization; D.P. Singh and Parveen Rathi; 34th Indian Council of Chemists, Bardoli, Surat; IP-05 (2015).
  • 44.Antimicrobial and antioxidant active chromium (III) macrocyclic complexes; D.P. Singh and Parveen Rathi; 103rd Indian Science Congress, Mysuru, PP-69 (2016).
  • 45.Design, spectoscopic studies and molecular modelling of macrocyclic metal complexes of isatin; Monika Kamboj, Kiran Jain and D.P. Singh; 35th Indian Councail of Chemists, Pune, IP-23 (2016).
  • 46.Divalent Transition Metal Complexes Co (II), Ni(II), Cu(II) and Zn(II) with N-donor Tetradentate [N4] Macrocyclic Ligand ; D. P. Singh*, Kavita Sharma and 36th Annual Conference of ICC  December, Visakhapatnam,(A.P.) IP-19 (2017)
  • 47.Macrocyclic Divalent Metal Complexes Derived from Substituted Pyrimidines and Thiosemicarbazide, Vikas Sangwan and D. P. Singh, National Conference on New Frontiers of Research and Education in Chemical Sciences (NCNFRECS) ,Ajmer, OP-37 (2018)
  • 48.Template designed metal macrocycle: Synthesis and Biological studies; 37th Annual Conference of ICC Surathkal, Mangaluru, IP-18 (2018)

Awards : Total No. of Awards/recognition/honors including Membership/Fellowship of   Professional

      (A) Positions held in Scientific Bodies

  •  Vice-President,Indian Council of Chemists
  • Member, Editorial Board, Rasayan Journal of Chemistry, Since 2008                                                                                
  • Member, Editorial Board, Journal of the Institution of Chemists (India)(1993-1998)                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  •  Associate  Editor, Journal of the Indian Chemical Society (2001-2004)
  •  Member of the Council, Indian Chemical Society (2005-2007) and (2011-2013)

  (B) Membership of Scientific Bodies                    

  • Fellow, Institution of Chemists (India).      
  • Life Member, Indian Chemical Society.

  • Life Member, Indian Council of Chemists.
  • Life Member, The National  Academy of Sciences, India.                      
  • Life Member, Indian Science Congress Association.                    
  • Life Member, Indian Association of Chemistry Teachers.          
  • Life member, Asian Journal of Chemical &  Environmental Research.               
  • Life member, Rasayan Journal of Chemistry                                  

    Ph.D Supervised  :  Completed 08;  In progress 01

S. N. Name Titile Year
  1     Ramesh Kumar    Macrocycles in Synthetic Models for Biological       progresses Awarded (2008)
  2    Ms. Vandna Malik    Transition Metal Complexes of Macrocyclic Ligands Awarded (2010)
   3   Ms. Rimpi Mehani nee Chopra    Transition Metal Ion Directed Macrocycles   Awarded (2011)
   4   Krishan Kumar    Template Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocyclic Complexes.   Awarded (2011)
  5   Ms. Monika Kamboj     Macrocyclic Metal Complexes : Synthesis And Characterization   Awarded (2012)
  6   Ms. Vidhi Grover nee Chanana    Coordination Chemistry of Macrocyclic Metal Complexes   Awarded (2012)
  7   Ms. Kavita Sharma    Biologically Active Macrocyclic Transition Metal Complexes Derived from Diamine/Dihydrazide and dicarbonyl Compounds Awarded(2018)
  8   Ms. Parveen Synthesis and Characterization of some Macrocyclic Transition Metal Complexes of Biological Interest .   Awarded(2017)
9  Vikas Sangwan  Template Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocyclic Transition Metal Complexes                                                    Pursuing

                                                                                                                                                                                                

Sponsored R &D Projects -

S.N. Title Agency Duration &Amount
     1.    “Macrocycles in Synthetic Models for Biological progresses.”   UGC, New Delhi    01.07.2003 to
30.06.2006
( Rs. 3,21,874/-)
     2.       “Template Synthesis and Characterization of Macrocyclic Complexes.”   UGC, New Delhi    01.04.2007 to
31.03.2010
(Rs. 4,09,100/-)

    

Other    :

  • Associated as Reviewer for various International Journals
  • Delivered invited Lecturer in National and International Conference
  • Chaired many Sessions in National/Inetrnational Conferences
  • Associated as Judge for the Poster presentation in variousNational/ International Conferences
  • Associated as Penalist in 3rd International Conference of Indian Council of Chemists held at Dubai, 2016.