Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

NAME: Dr. Bandita Datta
POST: Lecturer
E.MAIL ID: banditadatta4@gmail.com
Qualification:M.Sc., Ph. D.
ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE: 2.5 years

EDUCATION

Degree Subject University, place ,year
Ph.D Green Chemistry Bangalore University, Bangalore, 2013
M. Sc. Organic Chemistry NMKRV College, Bangalore University, Bangalore, 2006
B.Sc. Chemistry (H) St. Stephens College, Delhi University, 2004
Post-doctoral Research Organic Chemistry Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, 2012-2014

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Green Chemistry and Ultrasonic Synthesis.

PUBLICATIONS:
1. Cavitational chemistry: A mild and efficient multi-component synthesis of amidoalkyl-2-naphthols using reusable silica chloride as catalyst under sonic conditions. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Ultrason. Sonochem., 2011, 18, 624-628.

2. Chemoselective protection and deprotection of aldehydes using solid supported reagent (silica chloride) under solvent-free conditions. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha, Synth. Commun., 2011, 41, 1160-1166.

3. Molecular iodine-catalyzed mild and effective synthesis of β -enaminones at room temperature. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Synth. Commun., 2011, 41, 2331-2336.

4. Silica sulfuric acid-mediated synthesis of β-enaminones and β-enaminoesters under microwave irradiation. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha, Phosphorus, Sulfur, and Silicon and their Related Elements, 2011, 186, 171-177.

5. Silica sulfuric acid: an efficient heterogeneous catalyst for the one-pot synthesis of 1,4-dihydropyridines under mild and solvent-free conditions. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Chinese J. of Catalysis, 2011, 32, 1180-1184.

6. Glycine catalyzed convenient synthesis of 2-amino-4H-chromenes in aqueous medium under sonic condition. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Ultrason. Sonochem., 2012, 19, 725-728.

7. Silica chloride-catalyzed microwave-assisted efficient and selective one-pot synthesis of amides from aldehydes. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Bull. Korean Chem. Soc., 2012, 33, 2129-2130.

8. Silica chloride catalyzed efficient route to novel 1-amidoalkyl-2-naphthylamines under sonic condition in water. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha Ultrason. Sonochem., 2013, 20, 303-307.

9. Silica-ZnCl2: An efficient catalyst for the synthesis of 4-methylcoumarins. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha, ISRN Org. Chem., 2013, Article ID 132794, 1-5.

10. I2/K2CO3: An efficient catalyst for the synthesis of 5-aryl-2,6-dicyano-3-methyl anilines. Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha J. Chem. Sci., 2013, 125, 291-294.

11. A one step synthesis of polyfunctionalquinoline using heterogeneous silica chloride as catalyst under sonic condition. S. Sudha, Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha, International J. Scientific & Technology Research, 2013, 2, 54-57.

12. One pot synthesis of β-amino sulfides/selenides via ring opening of sulfamidates. C. Venkateswarlu, Bandita Datta and S. Chandrasekaran, RSC Adv., 2014, 4, 42952-42956.

CONFERENCE ATTENDED:
1. International conference on synthetic and structural chemistry (ICSSC-2011), Dec 8-10, 2011, Mangalore University, Mangalore OP-34, Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha.

2. National conference on recent trends in chemistry (RTC-2011), Sept 16-17, 2011, P. E. S. College of Science, Arts and Commerce, Mandya, OP-02, Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha. (IInd prize in poster presentation).

3. International symposium on challenges in drug discovery programme-2011, Feb 16-17, 2011, Karnataka State Open University, Mysore, PP-016, Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha. (Best poster award).

4. International conference on the current trends in chemistry and biochemistry, Dec 18-19, 2009, Bandita Datta and M. A. Pasha.

5. Participated in the International Conference on Electronics, Physics & Chemistry - 2017, at Jyoti Nivas College Autonomous from 16th to 18th February 2017.

6. Attended Faculty Development Programme, 2017.

AWARDS/ACHIEVEMENTS:
1. Awarded Dr. D. S. Kothari Post Doctoral Fellowship by UGC (2012-2015).

2. Awarded UGC sponsored scholarship for meritorious students during PhD.

MEMBERSHIP (BOS/BOE/GUIDE/CHAIRPERSON)
Have guided 9 M. Sc. students for M. Sc. project.