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Ph. D.

Student Thesis Supervisor
Bhagat Singh Bhakuni
Dr. Sangit Kumar

Copper Catalyzed Synthesis of Benzoisothiazolones, Selenophenols and KOtBu Mediated Synthesis of Phenanthridinones, Biaryls and Isoindolinones

Ruchika Mishra
Dr. J Sankar

Novel Mono-bay Substituted Perylene Bisimides: Synthesis, Structure and Properties

Shah Jaimin Balkrishna
Dr. Sangit Kumar

Synthetic Studies towards Organoselenium Heterocyclic Compounds: Isoselenazolones. Their Catalytic Applications in Bromination Reaction and as GPx Mimics

Uttam Anand
Dr. Saptarshi Mukherjee

Study of Conformational Dynamics and Molecular Interactions of Self-Organized Systems Using Spectroscopic Approaches

Bachelor of Science - Master of Science (Dual Degree)

Biological Sciences
  • Akash
  • Animesh Anand Mishra
  • Aseem Shrivastava
  • Bandi Goutham
  • Boddepalli Ravi Kiran
  • Kumar Vimaladitya
  • Labhane Pratik Vijay
  • Lakhan Ekal
  • Nilanjan Mukherjee
  • Sarthak Maurya
  • Susrita Sarkar
  • Abhijeet
  • Akanksha Patel
  • Basant Kumar
  • Hanuman Parihar
  • Mohamad Sharique
  • Naveen Kumar
  • Nayana Mittal
  • Paramveer Singh
  • Pooja
  • G Ravindra
  • Sai Puneet Desai
  • Saket Patel
  • Sandeep Kumar
  • Shubham Sharma
  • Simran Arora
  • Sunit Kumar Prajapati
  • Sushil Lathwal
  • Thommandra Nanda Kishore
  • Vineet Kumar Singh
  • Aranya Lahiri
  • Saurabh Madan Gosavi
  • Akash Jain
  • Alankrita Priya
  • Anurag Punia
  • Deepak Kumar Deo
  • Deepak Kumar
  • Kailash Chandra Dhaker
  • Megha Agarwal
  • Pratik Roy
  • Rahul Soni
  • Rahul Kumar Gupta
  • Shivam Gupta
  • Tarun Saxena

Dear Graduand,

It is a pleasure to inform you that the second Convocation of the Institute will be held on Friday, June 27, 2014. I welcome you to be present on this occasion to receive your Degree. However, if you are unable to attend the ceremony, please let us know and arrange to receive the degree in absentia. Please fill up the prescribed Proforma (Form A) enclosed herewith and return to the Office of Academic Affairs latest by June 5, 2014. You must carefully check the spelling of your name which will appear in the degree (both in Hindi and English).

Please note that admission to the Convocation will be subject to:

  1. Clearing all your outstanding dues, if any, and submission of the completed “No Dues Certificate” to the Office of Academic Affairs latest by 1 PM on June 25, 2014.
  2. Possessing the Admit Card/Gate Pass. This can be obtained, after submission of the No Dues Certificate, from the Office of Academic Affairs between 10:00 AM and 1 PM on June 25, 2014.
  3. Possessing the Convocation Gown. The academic regalia to be worn for receiving the degree will be available at the Institute on hire on deposit of a security of Rs. 500/- (refundable) and hire charges as fixed by the vendor (approximately Rs. 300/- (non-refundable)). The gowns must be returned immediately after the Convocation for refund of security. The vendor will issue the academic regalia during 10:00 and 11:00 AM on the date of the rehearsal i.e. June 25, 2014 at L3 (LHC, Bhauri Campus).
  4. Reporting for the rehearsal at the Auditorium (L5, LHC, Bhauri Campus), on June 25, 2014 at 4.30 PM sharp.
    If you do not take part in the rehearsal on June 25, 2014 you will NOT be allowed in the Convocation proceedings on June 27, 2014 under any circumstances.

Should you wish to have your parents or spouse attend the Convocation ceremony, we will be very happy to extend them an invitation. Please write to the In-charge, Office of Academic Affairs latest by June 02, 2013, giving names and addresses of your parents or spouse in accordance with the proforma in ‘Form B’ and ‘Form B1’ attached herewith.

For any other information, please call the Office of Academic Affairs (0755-669-2315).

I look forward to seeing you at the Convocation.

With best wishes for a bright future as IISERB alumnus,

Ramya Sunder Raman
Coordinator, Academic Affairs


June 25, 2014
  1. Graduands are requested to participate in the mandatory rehearsal on June 25, 2014 at 05:15 PM at Auditorium, L5, LHC, Bhauri Campus. Reporting time is 04:30 PM sharp.
  2. Please collect your convocation regalia from L3 between 10:00 and 11:00 AM. Carry your Institute ID card with you for identification.
  3. Please collect entry passes for yourself, parents/spouse and other invited members between 10:00 AM to 01:00 PM from Office of Academic Affairs on June 25, 2014. Please ensure that all your invitees carry government issued id cards. In view of the Chief Guest being the President of India security will be very high and strict. Please note that you may be denied entry in absence of proper id cards, invitation card and entry passes.
June 26, 2014
  1. Graduands are requested to participate in the mandatory rehearsal on June 26, 2014 at 10:00 AM at Auditorium, L5, LHC, Bhauri Campus. Reporting time is 09:30 AM.
June 27, 2014
  1. Please reach the LHC (L6/L11) by 04:00 PM on June 27, 2014. Please carry your entry pass and Institute issued ID cards.
  2. You should be dressed in your academic regalia. Please line up in an orderly fashion and follow instructions given by the faculty-in-charge till you are called out to join the academic procession.
  3. Maintain the solemnity of the function.
  4. Please limit your guests (parents/spouse/other intivees) to a total four (2 in L5 and 2 in L4). Also please have them carry their entry pass and govt. issued ID cards.
  5. The Convocation Ceremony is a sacred ceremony; please maintain decorum and dignity befitting the occasion.
  6. Children below 18 years are not allowed in the Convocation Hall (L5).
  7. Do not bring water bottles, juice cartons, and edible items into the auditorium.
  8. For security reason, you are not permitted to not bring any electronic gadgets like cell phone, camera, tablets and bags etc inside the auditorium.
  9. Please ensure that your vehicles, if any, are parked in the parking lot only.
  10. The entire audience will remain standing at their respective seats as the Academic Procession enters and proceeds towards the dais, and will continue to remain standing until the end of the invocation.
  11. The Chairperson, Board of Governors, will declare the Second Annual Convocation open, which will be followed by award of degrees.
  12. Degrees will be awarded to all degree recipients (whose names are printed in the Convocation Brochure).The candidates will remain standing at their places.
  13. The candidates will line-up (in accordance with their roll numbers along the left (facing dais)) aisle and proceed as their names are called out by DOAA, to the podium via the left stairs, receive the degree, alight from the podium via the right stairs (DOAA office side), and return to their respective seats via the right aisle. While moving to the dais for receiving the degree from the Chairperson, Senate, they should bow to the dignitaries seated on the podium mid-stage (i.e., to the President of India), and also bow to the Chairperson, Senate before receiving the degree. Please ensure that at no time your back is turned to the President of India. Strict protocol to be followed.
  14. The Chairperson, Senate will admit and charge them to be worthy of the degrees conferred on them.
  15. The Chairperson, Senate will read out the pledge in English and all the degree recipients will stand up and take the oath by reciting the same.
  16. The medals will then be presented by the Chief Guest.
  17. The winner of the Presidents Gold Medal will deliver the valedictory addresses.
  18. Audience will stand during the National Anthem.
  19. Academic Procession will leave the auditorium. The audience will remain standing till the Procession leaves the Hall.
  20. The audience will exit the hall via the route instructed by the faculty ONLY when the announcement is made by the faculty member.

The honour of Valedictorian is bestowed upon the winner of the President's Gold Medal. The valedictory address is an inspirational speech that aims to highlight the accomplishments of the graduating class, while recognizing all individuals responsible for their successes. The primary aim of the valedictory address is to allow the Valedictorian to bid farewell to the Institute, on behalf of the graduating class.

Valedictorian 2014:
Sai Puneet Desai
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