Registrar (Evaluation)

Prof. K. M. Mahadevan
Registrar (Evaluation)
Contact No : 0821-2419273

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Prof. K. M. Mahadevan, M.Sc., CSIR-UGC-NET, Ph.D., Post. Doc (South Korea)

Prof. K. M. Mahadevan obtained M.Sc. degree from University of Mysore in 1997 with distinction and qualified CSIR-JRF in same year 1997. He was a research fellow at CFTRI Mysore in 1998. He was appointed as lecturer in Kuvempu University in 1998 and obtained Ph.D., degree from Kuvempu University in 2003.He carried out post-doctoral research work at KRICT South Korea in 2010 and he was a visiting scientist to University of Sunderland, London, UK. Since 1998 he has been working as Assistant Professor, Associate professor, Professor from 2013, and Served as Head of the Department of Chemistry, BOS Chairman, BOE Chairman, Co-ordinator for Distance Education, Faculty Advisor and also a Director for P.G Centre at Kadur and Chikkamagalur of Kuvempu University. And presently serving as Registrar (Evaluation) at University of Mysore.

His research interest includes synthetic chemistry and medicinal chemistry. He received Distinguished Industrial Research Scientist Award from Bio-Organic and Applied Material Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore and also received MID CAREER Award from UGC New Delhi in 2019 for recognition of his research contribution in chemistry. He has been published more than 230 research papers and edited 12 books. As of now, 44 students have completed their Ph. D degree and another 09 students are presently working. He has been a Scientific Advisory Board Member of Bio-Organics and Applied Material Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore. He has completed over 5 research projects funded by DBT, DST, CSIR and UGC. Identification of new drugs for malaria and tuberculosis in collaboration with CDRI-Lucknow, and investigation of new OLED materials funded by DST and Vision Group on Science and Technology, Karnataka State are in progress. And also some of his research investigations are referred in foreign text books attribute high quality research work being done in his lab.  Read More ...