Department of Biotechnology,
Name Sharik Ali
Father Name Mr. Shakir Ali
Date of Birth 29 May 1985
Permanent Add. 588, Rawatyana, Lalitpur-284403, Uttar Pradesh, India
1. Doctorate, Ph.D. (Biotechnology) Pursuing from Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra, India/ Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal,
India /International Rice Research Institute, Tanzania, Philippines.
Area of specialization: Biotechnology
Ph.D. Thesis Title/Guide: - “Molecular screening and evaluation of Saltol rice
genotypes for salt tolerance”,
under supervision of Dr. Ritu Mahajan
professor, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, Kurukshetra, India and Co-supervision of Dr. R.K. Gautam
, Principal Scientist, Division of Crop Improvement, Central Soil Salinity
Research Institute, Karnal-132001, India.
Ph.D. Sandwich Scholarship (Six months) by FSC, University of Hohenheim,
Germany. Title/Guide: - “Molecular Screening and diversity for salt tolerance in rice
under Supervision of Dr. R.K. Singh
, Senior Scientist (Regional Plant
Breeding Coordinator for Eastern and Southern Africa) IRRI-AfricaRice Office, Tanzania
and International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna, Manila, Philippines.
2. Masters, M.Sc. (Biotechnology) with first division from Jiwaji University Gwalior, India,
2007. Area of specialization: Biotechnology
M. Sc. Thesis Title/Guide: -“Characterization of Kat G gene mutation against
Isoniazid drug resistant isolates of M.tuberculosis”
under the supervision
of Dr. V.M. Katoch
, Deputy General (ICMR) & former Director, National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy & Other Mycobacterial Diseases, funded by
(Indian council of medical research), Agra, U.P. India.
3. Bachelors, B.Sc. (Biotechnology) from Jiwaji University, Gwalior, India, 2005. Area of
Research Experience: -
Researcher as Senior Research Fellow (SRF) in BMZ-IRRI
stands for German Ministry of Economic Co-operation and
Development) funded project “Enhancing and stabilizing the
productivity of salt-affected areas by incorporating genes for
tolerance of abiotic stresses in rice”
at Central Soil Salinity Research
, Haryana, India.
M.Sc. Dissertation on “
Characterization of Kat G
gene mutation against
Isoniazid drug resistant isolates of M.tuberculosis
.”in National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy & Other Mycobacterial Diseases (I.C.M.R.)
at Agra (U.P.) India.
B.Sc. project of three months on “Standardization of molecular
techniques to generate DNA fingerprinting profile in pigeonpea (Cajanas
.)” in Indian Institute of Pulses Research (I.C.A.R.) at
Kanpur (U.P.) INDIA
Laboratory Skills and Technical Expertise
DNA (Genomic) extraction from plants as well as microbes. Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR). Gel Electrophoresis. Automated DNA sequencing. Screening and evaluation of rice genotypes in saline hydroponics tanks
and sodic and saline soils at microplots.
National seminar on “Soil Salinity and Water Quality”
conducted by Indian Society of
Soil Salinity and Water Quality in Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal,
from 19-21st January, 2010.
National symposium on “Genomics and crop improvement: Relevance and
held at Hyderabad,
India from 25-27th February, 2010.
Training course of 5-days on “Experimental design and data analysis”
conducted on 7-11 September at the Central Rice Research Institute (CRRI)
Awarded by visiting Ph.D. Sandwich Scholarship
for 6 months (1 May-31 Oct.) in 2011
by FSC, University of Hohenheim, Stuttgart, Germany funded by German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) and Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of Germany.
Poster presentation on National Technology Day
11th May 2007 in National JALMA
Institute for Leprosy & Other Mycobacterial Diseases (I.C.M.R.) at Agra (U.P.) India.
Poster Presentation in National symposium on genomics and crop improvement:
Relevance and Reservations”
, held at Hyderabad, India. 25-27th February, 2010.
Mahajan R., Sharma J., Kumar V., Panesar B., Preeti, Chauhan M.S., Gautam R.K.,
Sharma S.K., Singh R.K. and Ismail A.M. 2010. Evaluation of SALTOL
QTL introgressed rice genotypes for yield performance under sodicity and salinity environments. In: “National symposium on genomics and crop improvement: Relevance and Reservations”
, held at Hyderabad, India from 25-27th February, 2010. pp.112.
Gautam R.K., Singh R.K., Kumar Vinod., Chauhan M.S., Bineet Kaur, Ali Sharik,
and Pandit Awadhesh. 2010. Reproductive stage Phenotyping of Recombinant Inbred Lines derived from salt tolerant and sensitive genotypes of rice under salt stress environments. In: “National Seminar on Soil Salinity and Water Quality”
held at Central Soil Salinity Research Institute, Karnal (India) pp. 64.
Panesar B., Kumar V., Ali S.,
Singh, N.K., Singh D., Singh R.K., Sharma S.K. and Gautam R.K.
2010. Reproductive stage phenotyping of Recombinant Inbred Lines derived from sodicity tolerant and sensitive rice genotypes under sodicity and surveying parental polymorphism through SSR markers. In: International Rice congress, 8-12 th November, 2010 held at Hanoi, Vietnam.
MT Islam, PC Sharma, R.K. Gautam, D. Singh, S. Singh, B. Panesar and S. Ali
tolerance in parent lines of rice hybrids through physiological attributes and molecular markers. Int. J. Expt. Agric
. 2(1): 1-7
Gautam R.K., Singh R.K., Mishra B., Verma V. and Ali S.
2010. Collection, evalution and
utilization of rice genetic resources for salt tolerance by Central Soil Salinity Research Institute in India, In: S.D. Sharma (ed.), Genetic Resources of rice in India: Past and present. Today and tomorrow’s printers and publishers, New Delhi, pp 229-277.
, Gautam R.K., Mahajan R., G.B. Gregorio and Singh R.K. Analysis of association for
tolerance to sodicity and salinity stresses in SALTOL
QTL derived rice genotypes. Under
Dr. R.K. Singh
Dr. R.K. Gautam
Central Agricultural Research Institute,
Andaman & Nicobar Islands-744101, India
Email: [email protected]
Dr. Ritu Mahajan
Department of Biotechnology, Kurukshetra University,
Email : [email protected]
Email : [email protected]
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