Prof. S. R. Joshi

Biotechnology & Bioinformatics Department

Designation: Professor

Qualifications:

  • M.Sc. (NEHU)
  • Ph.D (NEHU)
  • Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) 
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Applications (PGDCA)

Curriculum Vitae 

Ph. D.  Supervised/Awarded:

Sl. No Name P.G Degree
1 Dr. Ranjan K. Bhagobaty M.Sc. (Agri.)-Aligarh Muslim University
2 Dr. Rakshak Kumar M.Sc. Biotechnology- Madras University
3 Dr. Sharmila Thokchom M.Sc. (Microbiology)- Madras University
M.Phil -Bharathidasan University
4 Dr. Barnali Sharma M.Sc. Biotechnology- Gauhati University
5 Dr. Purabi Saikia M.Sc. Biotechnology- Gauhati University
6 Dr. George F. Rapsang M.Sc. Biotechnology-North-Eastern Hill University
7 Dr. Khedarani Koijam M.Sc.  : Microbiology-Mangalore University
8 Dr. Lamabam S Devi M.Sc.  Microbiology- HNB Garhwal University
9 Dr. Polashree Khaund M.Sc. Biotechnology-Nagpur University
10 Dr. Nathaniel A. Lyngwi M.Sc. Biotechnology-North-Eastern Hill University
11 Dr. Archana Nath M.V.Sc. -Assam Agriculture University
12 Dr. Subhro Banerjee M.Sc. Microbiology-  Jiwaji University, Gwalior
13 Dr. Fenella M W. Nongkhlaw M.Sc. Biotechnology-North-Eastern Hill University
14 Dr. Archana Ojha
(Joint Supervisor)
M.Sc. Microbiology- Lucknow University
15 Dr. Kaushik Bhattacharjee M.Sc. Microbiology- Dr. MGR University, Chennai
16 Dr. H. Romola Devi
( Joint Supervisor)
M.Sc . Microbiology- Bangalore University
17 Ms. Koel Biswas
( Thesis submitted)
M.Sc. Biotechnology, NEHU
18 Mr. Debajit Kalita
( Thesis submitted)
M.Sc. Applied Microbiology, Bangalore University
19 Ms. Madhusmita Borthakur( Thesis submitted) M.Sc. Biotechnology, VIT  Vellore
20 Ms. Aishiki Banerjee
( Thesis submitted)
M.Sc. Microbiology, VIT Vellore

Research Team (DBT, DST, DEITy, BRNS, NEC, OIL, UGC and MoEF) sponsored projects

1. Dr. Macmillan Nongkhlaw DST-Inspire Faculty Awardee (PhD-JNU)
2. Mr. Donald A. Bareh M.Sc. Biotechnology, NEHU
3. Ms. Susmita Paul M.Sc. Biotechnology, Bangalore University
4. Mr. Augustine Lamin Ka-ot M.Sc Microbiology, Sikkim University
5. Ms. Lily Shylla M.Sc, North-Eastern Hill University
6. Ms. Nirmal Akoijam M.Sc, North-Eastern Hill University
7. Mr. Welfareson Khongriah M.Sc, Pondicherry University
8. Ms. Lapyndaplin Kharsohnoh M.Sc. Microbiology, HNB University
9. Ms. Upashna Chettri M.Sc. Microbiology, North Bengal University
Laboratory Assistant
1. Mansan M. Rynghang                        (B.Sc. Life Sciences: North-Eastern Hill University)

M.Sc. Dissertation Guided : 33 Numbers

Employments/ Positions held:

  • Lecturer, Department of Botany, St. Anthony`s College, Shillong (Feb 1989- May 1995)
  • Head, Departments of   Biotechnology, St. Anthony`s College, Shillong (June 1995-May 2003)
  • Head, Department of   Biochemistry, St. Anthony`s College, Shillong (Feb 1998-May 2003)
  • Lecturer, Centre for Science Education, North-Eastern Hill University,  Shillong (May 2003 –Nov 2005)
  • Lecturer, Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, North-Eastern Hill University, Mawkynroh, Umshing, Shillong-793022, Meghalaya   INDIA (Dec 2005- Dec 2006)
  • Reader, Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, North-Eastern Hill University, Mawkynroh, Umshing, Shillong-793022, Meghalaya   INDIA (Dec 2006- Dec 2009).
  • Associate Professor, Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, North-Eastern Hill University, Mawkynroh, Umshing, Shillong-793022, Meghalaya   INDIA (Dec 2009- Dec 2012).
  • Professor, Department of Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, North-Eastern Hill University, Mawkynroh, Umshing, Shillong-793022, Meghalaya   INDIA (Dec 2012- till date).

Academic Fellowships/Grants Received

  • Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), Govt. of India Travel Grant to Maastricht, The Netherlands ( 2015)
  • Department of Science & Technology, SERB, Govt. of India Travel Grant to visit Boston, USA ( 2016)
  • Centre for International Co-operation in Science (CICS-INSA) Travel Grant to Maastricht, The Netherlands ( 2015)
  • Department of Biotechnology Overseas Fellowship to  The University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA (2015-2016)

Member of Academic Committees/ Advisory Boards/ Science Academies::

  • Member of Board of  School of Life Sciences, NEHU, Shillong
  • Member, Board of Studies, Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, NEHU, Shillong
  • Advisory member, IQAC, St. Anthony`s College, Shillong
  • Advisory Member, Star College Scheme, St. Edmund`s College, Shillong
  • Advisory Member, Star College Scheme, St. Mary`s College, Shillong
  • Advisory Member, Star College Scheme, Lady Keane College, Shillong
  • Deputy Coordinator, UGC-SAP Scheme, Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, NEHU, Shillong
  • Deputy Coordinator, DST-FIST Programme, Biotechnology & Bioinformatics, NEHU, Shillong
  • Secretary, North East Region Local Chapter, The National Academy of Sciences, India (NASI), Allahabad

Scholarly Grants/Awards received by Research Team


Name of the scholar
Conference /Organizer(s) Date and year Country Sponsored by Award/Travel grant
Debajit Kalita 7th Congress of  European Microbiologist (FEMS, 2017) July, 9-13, 2017 Spain Federation of European Microbiological Society (FEMS) FEMS early career scientist
Koel Biswas 54th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy,  American Society for Microbiology Sept,
5-9, 2014
USA ICMR, India International Travel Grant for Non ICMR scientists
Koel Biswas 54th Interscience Conference on Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy,  American Society For Microbiology Sept,
5-9, 2014
USA DBT, New Delhi Program support
Koel Biswas ASM Microbe 2016,  American Society For Microbiology June,
16-20, 2016
USA American Society For Microbiology (ASM) ASM Student and
Postdoctoral Travel Award
Koel Biswas International Conference On Contemporary Antimicrobial Research ,2016, Assam University Nov
14-17, 2016
India ESCMID ESCMID grant
Susmita Paul International Conference On Contemporary Antimicrobial Research ,2016 Nov
14-17, 2016
India ESCMID ESCMID grant
Susmita Paul The Microbiology Society Annual Conference,2018 April 9-13
2018
UK
(United Kingdom)
Microbiology Society DBT-CTEP Travel Grant
Aishiki Banerjee International Conference On Contemporary Antimicrobial Research ,2016 Nov
14-17, 2016
India ESCMID ESCMID grant
Aishiki Banerjee The Microbiology Society Annual Conference,2018 April 9-13
2018
UK
(United Kingdom)
Microbiology Society --
Madhusmita Borthakur 7th Congress of  European Microbiologist (FEMS, 2017) July, 9-13, 2017 Spain FEMS FEMS early career scientist, DST SERB International  Support
Madhusmita Borthakur International Conference On Contemporary Antimicrobial Research ,2016 Nov
14-17, 2016
India ESCMID ESCMID grant
Dr. Supriya Upadhyay 17th International Conference on Infectious Disease 2nd-5th March 2016 Hyderabad, India International Society on Infectious Disease Travel Grant Award for Young Investigators ;  Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Dr. Supriya Upadhyay International Symposium on Antimicrobial Agents Research to be held from in 14-15th May 2015 Incheon, South Korea.  Asia Pacific Foundation for Infectious Diseases (APFID) Young Scientist Travel Grant Award by Asia Pacific Foundation of Infectious Diseases

Awards:

Academic Distinctions/Awards, Medals, Scholarships/Fellowships

  • Gold Medalist in B.Sc (Botany-Hons) Examination under NEHU.
  • Gold Medalist in M.Sc (Botany) Examination under NEHU.
  • Gold medalist in B.Ed Examination under NEHU.
  • Best Graduate of North-Eastern Hill University ( 1985-86)
  • Merit Prize winner of NEHU for B.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize winner of NEHU for M.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize winner of Meghalaya Science Society for B.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize winner of Meghalaya Science Society for M.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust, New Delhi, for B.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize awarded by Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust, New Delhi, for M.Sc Examination.
  • Merit Prize winner of NEHU for B.Ed Examination.
  • Recipient of Post-Matric Scholarship of Govt. of Meghalaya
  • Recipient of Post-Graduate Scholarship of NEHU.
  • Recipient of National Merit Scholarship of Ministry of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

Recognitions:

  • Felicitated by the then Prime Minister of India (Late Rajiv Gandhi) for topping in Graduate Level examination of NEHU, 1986.
  • Topper in the course for NCC officer in Officer Training School, Kamptee, 1997 and awarded All India Best Officer Cadet by NCC Directorate, New Delhi.
  • Awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by St. Anthony's College in 1999, for outstanding teaching and involvement in extra-curricular activities.
  • Felicitated by NSS Cell of North-Eastern Hill University in 1994 for valuable contributions and services to NSS related activities.
  • Awarded the best speaker trophy by ISRO for the presentation on “Role of Space Science and Technology in Science Journalism: Science communicators in the new age” at the Science Communicators Meet during 97th Indian Science Congress at University of Kerela , Trivandrum
  • Awarded Dr. Ambedkar Fellowhip National Award 2009 by Bharatiya Dalit SahityaAkademi for literary and social services rendered for upliftment of less fortunates by way of writing books for School curriculum in vernacular language.

Academic affiliations

  • Indian Society of Analytical Scientists (2006)
  • National Academy of Sciences, India ((NASI, Allahabad) (2007)
  • Association of Microbiologists of India (2007)
  • Biotech Research Society of India (2008)
  • Mycological Society of India (2017)
  • DNA Society of India ( 2018)

Publications

Research Publications

  1. Upadhyay S, Khyriem AB, Bhattacharya P, Bhattacharjee A, Joshi SR (2018). High-Level aminoglycoside resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii recovered from intensive care unit patients in Northeastern India. Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology. 36: 43-48 (IF: 1. 14)
  2. Paul Susmita, Bhagobaty RK, Nihalani MC and Joshi SR ( 2018) Diversity and lipid content analysis of oleaginous endophytic fungi associated with biodiesel plants. Sydowia. DOI 10.12905/0380.sydowia70-2018-0027
  3. Paul Susmita, Bhagobaty RK, Nihalani MC and Joshi SR ( 2017) Prospective oleaginous endophytic fungi isolated from biodiesel plants: An assessment of diversity and lipid content. Kavaka. 49: 15-22
  4.  Sonu VK, Rajkumar I, Bhattacharjee K, Joshi SR and Mitra S (2018)  Interaction of caffeine and sulfadiazine with Lysozyme adsorbed at colloidal metal nanoparticle interface: Influence on drug transport ability and antibacterial activity. Journal of Biomolecular Structure and Dynamics. https://doi.org/ 10.1080/ 07391102.2018.1426497 (IF: 2. 36)
  5. Bhattacharjee  K, Palepu N R,  Rao KM and  Joshi SR (2017) Precursor-directed combinatorial biosynthesis of cephalosporin analogue by thiophene derivative utilizing endolithic bacterium Streptomyces sp. AL51. 3Biotech, DOI: 10.1007/s13205-017-1051-8 (IF: 1. 36)
  6. Kalita Debajit and Joshi SR (2017) Study on bioremediation of Lead by exopolysaccharide producing metallophilic bacteria isolated from extreme habitat. Biotechnology Reports. 16: 48-57. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.btre.2017.11.003
  7. Bhattacharjee K, Kumar S, Palepu NR, Patra PK, Rao KM and Joshi SR (2017) Structure elucidation and in-silico docking studies of a novel furopyrimidine antibiotics synthesized by endolithic bacterium Actinomadura sp. AL2. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology. DOI: 10.1007/s11274-017-2343-1. (IF: 1.65)
  8. Biswas K, Upadhayay S, Rapsang GF and Joshi SR (2017) Antibacterial and Synergistic Activity Against β-Lactamase-Producing Nosocomial Bacteria by Bacteriocin of LAB Isolated From Lesser Known Traditionally Fermented Products of India. HAYATI Journal of Biosciences. 24: 87-95. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.hjb.2017.08.008
  9. Das AR, Saha AK, Joshi SR and Das P (2017) Wild edible macrofungi consumed by ethnic tribes of Tripura in Northeast India with special reference to antibacterial activity of Pleurotus djamor (Rumph. ex Fr.) Boedijn. International Food Research Journal 24(2): 834-838
  10. Ojha A, Tak N, Rathi S, Chouhan B, Rao SR, Joshi SR, Barik SK, Sprent JS, James EK, Gehlot HS (2017). Molecular characterization of novel Bradyrhizobium strains nodulating Eriosema chinense and Flemingia vestita, important unexplored native legumes of the sub- Himalayan region (Meghalaya) of India. Systematic and Applied Microbiology. 40: 334-344.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.syapm.2017.06.003 (IF: 3.9)
  11. Borthakur M, Gogoi J and Joshi SR ( 2017) Macro and microfungi mediated synthesis of Silver nanoparticles and its applications. ADBU-Journal of Engineering Technology. 6(1): 00610605 (09 PP)
  12.  Borthakur M and Joshi SR (2017) Pigskin poison earthball mushroom of
    Meghalaya: An identification paradox. The NEHU Journal. XIII(1): 65-78.
  13. Banerjee Soumya, Lamin Ka-ot Augustine, Joshi SR, Mandal Tamal, Halder Gopinath (2016) Optimization of Fe2+Removal from Coal Mine Wastewater using Activated Biochar of Colocasia esculenta. Water Environment Research. 89
  14. Aishiki Banerjee, Donald A. Bareh and SR Joshi ( 2017) Native microorganisms as potent bioinoculants for plant growth promotion in shifting agriculture (Jhum) systems. Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition. 17 (1), 127-140. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-95162017005000010 (IF: 1.6)
  15. Das AR, Borthakur M, Saha AK, Joshi SR and Das P (2017) Molecular Characterization and Antioxidant?Potential of Three Wild Culinary-Medicinal Mushrooms from Tripura, Northeast India. International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms, 19(1): 55–63 (IF: 1.37)
  16. Nath A and Joshi SR ( 2016) Anti-candidal efficacy of endophytic fungi isolated from tropical ethnoveterinary plant. Revista de Biología Tropical. (IF: 0.61)( Accepted).
  17. Ka-ot AL, Banerjee S, Haldar G and Joshi SR (2016) Acid and heavy metal tolerant Bacillus spp. from rat-hole coal mines of Meghalaya, India. Proceedings of
    National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences. (IF: 0.4) ( Accepted).
  18. Upadhyay S, Hussain A, Ingti B, Laskar MA, houdhury MD, Bhattacharjee A and Joshi SR (2016) ) Detection of a new class C beta-lactamase CMY-139 in Klebsiella pneumoniae of food origin from India. Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance. DOI: 10.1016/j.jgar.2016.11.002 (IF: 1.08).
  19. Nongkhlaw FMW and Joshi SR (2016) Microscopic study on colonization and antimicrobial property of endophytic bacteria associated with ethnomedicinal plants of Meghalaya. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmau.2016.09.002.
  20. Banerjee S, Joshi SR, Mandal T and Halder G (2017) Insight into Cr6þ reduction efficiency of Rhodococcus erythropolis isolated from coalmine waste water.
    Chemosphere. 167 :269- 281(IF: 3.6)
  21. Swer P, Joshi SR and Acharya C (2016) Cesium and strontium tolerant Arthrobacter sp. strain KMSZP6 isolated from a pristine uranium ore deposit. AMB Express. 6: 69. DOI 10.1186/s13568-016-0247-3 (IF: 2.16)
  22. Bhattacharjee K and Joshi SR (2016) A selective medium for recovery and enumeration of endolithic bacteria. Journal of Microbiological Methods. 129: 44-54 DOI:10.1016/j.mimet.2016.07.026. (IF: 1.85)
  23. Dey J,Ray D,Biswas K,Aswal VK, Joshi SR, Joachim Kohlbrecher J,Dey P and Kochi Ismail K (2016) AOT Micelles/Vesicles for Synthesis of Silver Nanoparticles and Micellar Transitions Affected by Nanoparticles. Chemistry Select:1, 2864 – 2871. DOI: 10.1002/slct.201600191.
  24. Sangilipandi S, Sutradhar D, Bhattacharjee K, Kaminsky W, S.R. Joshi SR, Chandra AK, Rao KM (2016) Synthesis, structure, antibacterial studies and DFT calculations of arene ruthenium, Cp*Rh, Cp*Ir and tricarbonylrhenium metal complexes containing 2-chloro-3-(3-(2-pyridyl) pyrazolyl) quinoxaline ligand. Inorganica Chimica Acta.441: 95–108(IF: 1.9)
  25. Banerjee S, Mukherjee S, Ka-ot AL, Joshi SR, Mandal T, Halder G (2016) Biosorptive uptake of Fe 2+, Cu2+ and As5+by activated biochar derived from Colocasia esculenta: Isotherm, kinetics, thermodynamics, and cost estimation. Journal of Advanced Research.http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016 /j.jare.2016.06.002
  26. Bareh DA, Banerjee A and Joshi SR (2016) Microbial dynamics and diversity in foothills of Eastern Himalayan range: A focus on shifting cultivation. ENVIS Himalayan Ecology. 23: 1-8
  27. Upadhyay S, Joshi SR, Khryiem AB and Bhattacharyya P (2016) Acquired 16s methyl transferase associated high level aminoglycoside resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii recovered from ICU patients from a tertiary referral hospital of northeast India. International Journal of Infectious Diseases. 45S-46. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ijid.2016.02.144(IF:2.2)
  28. Nath A and Joshi SR (2016) Endophytic fungi from tropical ethnoveterinary plants and their antibacterial efficacy against Pasteurella multocida Capsular Type A strain. Revista de Biología Tropical.64 (2): 733-745.(IF: 0.61)
  29. Borthakur M and Joshi SR (2016) Micrographical analysis of growth deformities in common pathogens induced by voucher fungi from India. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure. DOI: 10.1016/j.jmau.2016.04.001. 15.
  30. Lyngwi NA, Nongkhlaw M, Kalita D and Joshi SR (2016) Bioprospecting of Plant Growth Promoting Bacilli and Related Genera Prevalent in Soils of Pristine Sacred Groves: Biochemical and Molecular Approach. PLoS ONE11(4): e0152951. doi:10.1371/ journal.pone.0152951 (IF: 3.23)
  31. Banerjee S and Joshi SR (2016) Culturable bacteria associated with the caves of Meghalaya in India contribute to speleogenesis. Journal of Caves and Karst Studies (Accepted)(IF: 1.2)
  32. Palepu NR, Premkumar JR, Verma AK, Bhattacharjee K, Joshi SR, Forbes S, Mozharivskyj Y, Rao KM (2015) Antibacterial, in vitro antitumor activity and structural studies of rhodium and iridium complexes featuring the two positional isomers of pyridine carbaldehyde picolinic hydrazone ligand. Arabian Journal of Chemistry. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.arabjc.2015.10.011(IF: 3.73)
  33. Upadhyay S, Mustafa M, Joshi SR (2015) Naturally evolving extended spectrum cephalosporin resistance in soil borne isolates of Enterobacteriaceae. National Academy Science Letters. 39:181-184. DOI:101007/s40009-016-0463-z(IF: 0.34)
  34. Khaund P and Joshi SR (2015) Lentinula edodes based GIS mapping, biometabolites and antiinflamatory activity of wild edible mushrooms from tropical ‘sacred grove’ forests of Meghalaya, India. Revista de Biología Tropical.64 (1): 247-257.(IF: 0.61)
  35. Upadhyay S, Hussain A, Mishra S, Maurya AP, Bhattacharjee A and JoshiSR (2015) Genetic environment of plasmid mediated CTX-M-15 extended spectrum beta- lactamases from clinical and food borne bacteria in north-eastern India. PLoS ONE10(9): e0138056. doi:10.1371/journal. pone.0138056 (IF: 3.05)
  36. Nongkhlaw FMW and Joshi SR (2015) Horizontal gene transfer of the non-ribosomal peptide synthetase gene among endophytic and epiphytic bacteria associated with ethnomedicinal plants. Current Microbiology. 72: 1-11.doi:10.1007/s00284-015-0910-y (IF: 1.5)
  37. Banerjee S and Joshi SR (2015) Mineralogical footprints of bacterial biofilms associated with Labit cave, a part of the longest cave system in India.Geomicrobiology Journal. a. DOI: 10.1080/01490451.2015.1083060(IF: 1.8)
  38. Das, AR, Borthakur M, Saha AK, Joshi SR and Das P (2015) Growth of mycelial biomass and fruit body cultivation of Lentinus squarrosulus collected from home garden of Tripura in Northeast India. Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology. 03(04): 17-19.
  39. Lyngwi, NA and Joshi SR (2015) ‘Traditional Sacred Groves’, an ethnic strategy for conservation of microbial diversity. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge. 14(3): 474-480.(IF:0.37)
  40. Upadhyay, S and Joshi SR (2015) Carriage of multidrug resistant integrin gene cassette arrays within environment and food isolates in a high altitude city of northeast India. International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents. 45(suppl. 2): S84-S85. (IF: 4.09)
  41. Palepu NR, Nongbri SL, Premkumar JR, Verma AK, Bhattacharjee K, Joshi SR, Forbes S, Mozharivskyi Y, Thounaojam R, Aguan K, Rao KM (2015) Synthesis and evaluation of new salicylaldehyde-2- picolinylhydrazone Schiff base compounds of Ru(II), Rh(III) and Ir(III) as in vitro antitumor, antibacterial and fluorescence imaging agents. Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry? DOI 10.1007/s00775-015-1249-3. (IF: 2.49)
  42. Joshi SR, Banerjee S., Bhattacharjee K, Lyngwi NA , Koijam K , Khaund P , Dev LS, and Nongkhlaw FMW (2015). Northeast Microbial database: A web based databank of culturable soil microbes from Northeast India. Current Science.108(9): 1702-1706.(IF: 0.96)
  43. Khaund P and Joshi SR ( 2014) Functional nutraceutical profiling of wild edible and medicinal mushrooms consumed by ethnic tribes in India.International Journal of Medicinal Mushrooms 17(2): 187-197 (IF: 1.35)
  44. Dey J, Biswas K, Thapa U, Joshi SR, Kharbanga I,; Sultana N and , Ismail K ( 2014) Facile synthesis of silver nanoparticles and their synergistic antibacterial activity in combination with commercial antibiotics. Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Japan.88: 352–357.doi:10.1246/bcsj.20140255 (IF: 1.372)
  45. Upadhyay S and Joshi SR (2015) TEM mediated extended spectrum cephalosporin resistance in clinical and environmental isolates: A report from northeast India. Indian Journal of Medical Research. 142: 614-617.(IF: 1.44 )
  46. NongkhlawFMW and JoshiSR (2014) L-asparaginase and antioxidant activity of endophytic bacteria associated with ethnomedicinal plants. Indian Journal of Biotechnology. 14: 59-64 (IF: 0.28 )
  47. Nath A, Pathak J and JoshiSR (2014) Bioactivity assessment of endophytic fungi associated with Centella asiatica and Murraya koengii.Journal of Applied Biology & Biotechnology. 2(5): 6-11. DOI: 10.7324JABB.2014.2502
  48. Devi LS and JoshiSR (2014) Ultrastructures of silver nanoparticles biosynthesized using endophytic fungi. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure.3: 29-37. DOI:10.1016/j.jmau.2014.10.004
  49. Devi LS and JoshiSR (2014) Evaluation of the antimicrobial potency of silver nanoparticles biosynthesized by using an endophytic fungus, Cryptosporiopsis ericae PS4. Journal of Microbiology.58(4): 667-674. DOI 10.1007/s12275-014-4113-1 (IF: 1.62)
  50. Nath A and JoshiSR (2014) Ultrastructural effect on mastitis pathogens by extract of endophytic fungi associated with ethnoveterinary plant, Hibiscus sabdariffa L. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure. 3: 38-43 . DOI: 10.1016/j.jmau.2014.10.001
  51. Khaund P and JoshiSR (2014) DNA barcoding of wild edible mushrooms consumed by the ethnic tribes of India. Gene. 550:123–130DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gene.2014.08.027 (IF: 2.31)
  52. Khaund P and JoshiSR (2014) Micromorphological characterization of wild edible mushroom spores using Scanning Electron Microscopy. National Academy Science Letters.37(6):521-527. DOI: 10.1007/s40009-014-0272-1 (IF: 0.34)
  53. Khaund P and JoshiSR (2014) Enzymatic profiling of wild edible mushrooms consumed by the ethnic tribes of India. Journal of Korean Society of Applied Biological Chemistry.57(2):263−271.(IF: 0.65)
  54. Banerjee Sand JoshiSR (2014) Ultrastructural analysis of calcite crystal patterns formed by biofilm bacteria associated with cave speleothems. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure.2: 217-223.DOI:10.1016/j.jmau.2014.06.001
  55. Thokchom S and JoshiSR (2014) Screening of fibrinolytic enzymes from lactic acid bacterial isolates associated with traditional fermented soybean foods. Food Science and Biotechnology.23(5): 1601-1604. DOI :10.1007/s10068-014-0217-y (IF: 0.69)
  56. Bhattacharjee K and JoshiSR (2014) NEMiD: A web-based curated microbial diversity database with Geo-based plotting. PLoS ONE. 9(4): e94088. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094088. (IF: 3.05)
  57. Nongkhlaw FMW and JoshiSR (2014) Distribution pattern analysis of epiphytic bacteria on ethnomedicinal plant surfaces: A micrographical and molecular approach. Journal of Microscopy and Ultrastructure. 2: 34-40. DOI 10.1016/j.jmau.2014.02.003
  58. Nongkhlaw FMW and JoshiSR (2014) Micrographical assessment of antifungal effect of endophytic bacteria. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s40011-014-0321-z (IF: 0.4)
  59. Nath A and JoshiSR (2013) Bioactivity assessment of endophytic fungi associated with the ethnomedicinal plant Potentilla fulgens.World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research.2(6): 2596-2607
  60. Rapsang GF and JoshiSR (2013) Molecular and probiotic functional characterization of Lactobacillus spp. associated with traditionally fermented fish, Tungtap of Meghalaya in Northeast India. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.DOI 10.1007/s40011-013-0234-2. (IF: 0.4)
  61. Koijam K and JoshiSR (2014) Exopolysaccharide production by a lactic acid bacteria, Leuconostoc lactis isolated from ethnically fermented beverage. National Academy Science Letters. 37(1):59–64. DOI 10.1007/s40009-013-0203-6 (IF: 0.34)
  62. Sarma B, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2013) Characterization of metal tolerant Serratia spp. isolates from sediments of uranium ore deposit of Domiasiat in Northeast India. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0236-0 (IF: 0.4)
  63. Sarma B, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2013)Plant growth promoting and metal bioadsorption activity of metal tolerant Pseudomonas aeruginosa isolate characterized from uranium ore deposit. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.DOI 10.1007/s40011-012-0136-8. (IF: 0.4)
  64. Khaund P and JoshiSR ( 2013) Wild edible macrofungal species consumed by the Khasi tribe of Meghalaya, India.Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources. 4(2):179-204.
  65. Bhattacharjee K, Banerjee S, Bawitlung L, Krishnappa D and Joshi SR (2014)A study on parameter optimization for degradation of endosulfan by bacterial consortia isolated from contaminated soil. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.84(3):657–667.DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0223-5 (IF: 0.4)
  66. Blah MM and JoshiSR (2013) Nutritional content evaluation of traditional recipes consumed by ethnic communities of Meghalaya, India. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge.12(3), 498-505 ( IF 0.37)
  67. Thokchom S and JoshiSR (2013) Physicochemical analysis of ethnically fermented soybean products of North-East India and molecular characterization of associated lactic acid bacteria. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.85(2) 527-533 . DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0199-1 (IF: 0.4)
  68. Nath A, Chattopadhyay A and JoshiSR (2013) Biological activity of endophytic fungi of Rouwolfia serpentina Benth, an ethnomedicinal plant used in folk medicines in Northeast India. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences. DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0184-8. (IF: 0.4)
  69. Devi LS, Bareh DA and JoshiSR (2014) Studies on biosynthesis of antimicrobial silver nanoparticles using endophytic fungi isolated from the ethno-medicinal plant Gloriosa superba L. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences. 84(4):1091–1099. DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0185-7 (IF: 0.4)
  70. Banerjee S and JoshiSR (2012) Preliminary screening and compositional analysis of bacterial biofilm from hypogean environments of Meghalaya, India. Keanean Journal of Science.1 : 20-32
  71. Banerjee S and JoshiSR (2012) Insights into cave architecture and the role of bacterial biofilm. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences. 83(3): 277-290.DOI: 10.1007/s40011-012-0149-3. (IF: 0.4)
  72. Bhattacharjee K and JoshiSR (2013) Phylogenetic rearrangement of Streptomyces spp. On the basis of Internal transcribed Spacer (ITS) region using molecular morphometrics approach. Indian Journal of Biotechnology. 12: 67-79. (IF: 0.28)
  73. Kumar R, Nongkhlaw M, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2013) Soil bacterial metagenomic analysis from uranium ore deposit of Domiasiat in North-east India. Current Science:105(4): 495-498(IF: 0.96)
  74. Kumar R, Nongkhlaw M, Acharya C and SR Joshi(2013) Bacterial community structure from the perspective of the uranium ore deposits of Domiasiat in India. Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.83(4):485-497.DOI: 10.1007/s40011-013-0164-z.(IF: 0.4)
  75. Kumar R, Nongkhlaw M, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2013) Growth media composition and heavy metal tolerance behaviour of bacteria characterized from the sub-surface soil of uranium rich ore bearing site of Domiasiat in Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Biotechnology. 12: 115-119. (IF: 0.28)
  76. Kumar R, Nongkhlaw M, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2013) Uranium (U)-tolerant bacterial diversity from U ore deposit of Domiasiat in North-East India and its prospective utilisation in bioremediation. Microbes and Environment.28(1):33-41. (IF: 2.07)
  77. Saikia P and Joshi SR (2014) A study on the occurrence of non-O157 Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli isolates in retail chicken meats marketed in North-East India . Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences. Section B: Biological Sciences.84:337-342. DOI: 10.1007/s40011-012-0143-9. (IF: 0.4)
  78. Lyngwi NA, Koijam K,Sharma D and JoshiSR (2013) Culturable bacterial diversity along the altitudinal zonations and vegetation range of tropical Eastern Himalaya. Revista de Biología Tropical.61(1): 467-490.(IF: 0.61)
  79. Nongkhlaw M, Kumar R, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2012)Occurrence of horizontal gene transfer of PIB-type ATPase genes among bacteria isolated from the uranium rich deposit of Domiasiat in North East India.PLoS ONE. 7(10):e48199.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048199(IF: 3.05)
  80. Devi LS, Khaund P, Nongkhlaw FMW and JoshiSR (2012) Diversity of culturable soil micro-fungi along altitudinal gradients of eastern Himalayas. Mycobiology.40(3): 151-158.(IF: 0.51)
  81. Saikia P and JoshiSR (2012) Changes in microfungal community in Cherrapunjee – the wettest patch on earth as influenced by heavy rain and soil degradation. Advances in Microbiology.2: 456-464. doi:10.4236/aim.2012.24059
  82. Banerjee S, Rai S, Sarma B and JoshiSR (2012) Bacterial biofilm in water bodies of Cherrapunjee: the rainiest place on planet earth. Advances in Microbiology.. doi:10.4236/aim.2012.24060
  83. Bhattacharjee K, Banerjee S and JoshiSR (2012) Diversity of Streptomyces spp. in eastern Himalayan region- computational RNomics approach to phylogeny. Bioinformation.8(12): 548-554(IF: 0.50)
  84. Kumar R, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2012) Diversity of uranium tolerating bacteria at Domiasiat, West Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. Assam University Journal of Science & Technology: Biological and Environmental Sciences.9(1): 186-190
  85. Devi LS and JoshiSR (2012) Antimicrobial and synergistic effects of silver nanoparticles synthesized using soil fungi of high altitudes of eastern Himalaya. Mycobiology: 40(1): 27-34 .(IF: 0.51)
  86. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2012) Antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of endophytic fungi isolated from ethnomedicinal plants of the “Sacred forests" of Meghalaya, India. Mikologia Lekarska.19 (1): 5-11
  87. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2012) Enzymatic activity of fungi endophytic on five medicinal plant species of the pristine sacred forests of Meghalaya, India. Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering.17:33-40. ( IF:1.21)
  88. Nath A, Raghunatha P and Joshi SR (2012) Diversity and biological activities of endophytic fungi of Emblica officinalis, an ethnomedicinalplant of India. Mycobiology.40(1): 8-13 (IF: 0.51)
  89. Thokchom S and JoshiSR (2012) Probiotic and bacteriocin efficacy of lactic acid bacteria from traditionally fermented foods: a review. Assam University Journal of Science and Technology: Biological and Environmental Sciences. 10(1): 142-155
  90. Thokchom S and Joshi SR (2012)Antibiotic resistance and probiotic properties of dominant lactic microflora from Tungrymbai, an ethnic fermented soybean food of India. Journal of Microbiology. 50(3): 535-539 (IF: 1.62)
  91. Thokchom S andJoshiSR (2012) Microbial and chemical changes during preparation in the traditionally fermented soybean product Tungrymbai of ethnic tribes of Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge.11(1):139-42.(IF:0.37)
  92. Rapsang George F. and JoshiSR ( 2012) Bacterial diversity associated with Tungtap, an ethnic traditionally fermented fish product of Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge.11(1):134-138.(IF:0.37)
  93. Rapsang GF, Kumar R and Joshi SR (2011) Identification of Lactobaccilus pobuzihii from Tungtap-a traditionally fermented fish food and analysis of its bacteriociogenic potential. African Journal of Biotechnology. 10(57): 12237-12243. (IF: 0.56)
  94. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2011) Fungal endophytes of five medicinal plants prevalent in the traditionally preserved `sacred forests` of Meghalaya, India. Forest Science and Technology. 7(4): 151–154
  95. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2011) Metabolite profiling of endophytic fungal isolates of fiveethno-pharmacologically important plants of Meghalaya, India. Journal of Metabolomics and Systems Biology. 2(2): 20-31
  96. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2011) Multi-loci molecular characterization of endophytic fungi isolated from five medicinal plants of Meghalaya, India. Mycobiology. 39(2): 71-78.(IF: 0.51)
  97. Pfoze NL, Kumar Y, Myrboh B, Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR (2011) In vitro antibacterial activity of alkaloid extract from stem bark of Mahonia manipurensis Takeda. Journal of Medicinal Plants Research.5(5), 859-866.
  98. Kumar R, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2011) Isolation and analyses of uranium tolerant Serratia marcescens strains and their utilization for aerobic uranium U(VI) bioadsorption. Journal of Microbiology.49(4):568-574. (IF: 1.62)
  99. Purusothaman KG, Bhattacharjee K, JoshiSR and Vasanthakumari R (2010) Comparative efficacies of three acid-fast staining techniques under field conditions for Mycobacterium tuberculosis in the Indian context. The Internet Journal of Microbiology. 4 (2)
  100. Sarma B, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2010) Pseudomonads : a versatile bacterial group exhibiting dual resistance to metals and antibiotics. African journal of Microbiology Research.4(25): 2828-2835. (IF: 0.56)
  101. Saikia P and JoshiSR (2010) Retail market poultry meats of North-east India : A microbiological survey for pathogenic microorganisms. Research Journal of Microbiology. 5(1) : 36-43
  102. Devi LS, Khaund P and Joshi SR (2010) Thermostable α-amylase from natural variants of Bacillus spp. Prevalent in eastern himalayan range. African journal of Microbiology Research. 4(23): 2534-2542(IF: 0.56)
  103. Bhagobaty RK, Joshi SR and Kumar R (2010) Penicillium verruculosum RS7PF: a root fungal endophyte associated with an ethno-medicinal plant of the indigenous tribes of eastern India. African journal of Microbiology Research. 4(9): 766-770. (IF: 0.56)
  104. Joshi SR, R Kumar, Saikia P, Bhagobaty RK and Thokchom S (2010) Impact of roadside pollution on microbial activities in sub-tropical forest soils of North-East India. Research Journal of Environmental Sciences, :4(3) : 280-287
  105. Bhagobaty RK, Ghosh A and Joshi SR (2009) degradation of non-petroleum based natural and synthetic oil by lipase producing fluorescent Pseudomonas spp isolated from petroleum based hydrocarbon saturated soils of shilling, Meghalaya, India. Online Journal of Biotechnology Research1(3):78-83
  106. Joshi SR, Saikia P and Koijam K (2009) Characterization of microbial indicators to assess the health of degraded soil in Cherrapunjee, India-highest rainfall area of the world. International Journal of Biotechnology & Biochemistry. 5(4) 379-391
  107. Sohliya I, Bhagobaty RK, Kumar R and Joshi SR ( 2009) Tungrymbai- traditional fermented soybean food of the ethnic tribes of Meghalaya. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge.8(4): 559-561. (IF:0.37)
  108. Rapsang GF and JoshiSR (2009) Microbes in food: Hazards and regulating factors. Agrobios VII(12) 15-17
  109. Bhagobaty RK and JoshiSR (2009) Promotion of seed germination of green gram and chick pea by Penicillium verruculosum RS&PF, a root endophytic fungus of Potentilla fulgens L. Advanced Biotech.VIII (07): 16-18
  110. Bhagobaty RK, JoshiSR and Das RN (2008) Prediction of the microbial biodegradative pathway of organophosphorus pesticide Chlorpyrifos using the web based open access pathway prediction system of the University of Minnesota Biocatalysis/Biodegradation database. Bioinformatics Trends . 3(4) : 9-14
  111. Kumar R, Acharya C and JoshiSR (2008) Metal tolerant Bacillus and Pseudomonas from uranium rich soils of Meghalaya. Research Journal of Biotechnology (Special Issue. Dec 2008) 345-350(IF: 0.24)
  112. Bhattacharjee A, Choudhury H, Maheshwari U and Joshi SR, (2008) In-silico prediction of structural and functional aspects of a hypothetical protein of Arabidopsis thaliana (L) Heynh. Advanced Biotech.VII (06):14-18
  113. Majaw S, Kurkalang S, Joshi SR and A Chatterjee (2008) Effect of Clerodendron colebrokianum walp.leaf extract on cold – restraint stress in mice. Pharmacologyonline. 2: 742-753.(IF: 0.16).
  114. Bhagobaty RK and Joshi SR(2008) DNA damage protective activity of the crude metabolites of endophytic fungi isolated from two ethno-pharmacologically important medicinal plants of the Khasi Hills of Meghalaya, India. Pharmacologyonline. 3: 882-888.(IF: 0.16)
  115. Joshi SR, Bhagobaty RK and Kumar R (2008).Microbial community on leaf surfaces of broad-leaved alder (Alnus nepalensis D.Don) and needle-leaved khasi pine (Pinuskesiya Royle Ex Gordon) as influenced by atmospheric dry deposition of roadside pollution In eastern Himalayas. Research Journal of Environmental Sciences.2(4) : 234-242
  116. Joshi SR (2008). Influence of roadside pollution on phylloplane microbial community of Alnus nepalensis .Revista de Biología Tropical.56(3) : 1521-29(IF: 0.61)
  117. Bhagobaty RK, Joshi SR and Malik A (2007). Microbial Degradation of Organophosphorous Pesticide: Chlorpyrifos (Mini-Review). The Internet Journal of Microbiology.Vol 4 No. 1.
  118. Joshi SR, Sharma GD and Mishra RR (1993). Effect of heavy metal accumulation on leaf surface microorganisms of sub-tropical pine ( Pinus kesiya). Tropical Ecology. 34(2): 230-239. (IF: 1.16)
  119. Joshi SR, Sharma GD and Mishra RR (1993). Microbial enzyme activities related to litter decomposition near a highway in a sub-tropical forest of North-East India. Soil Biology and Biochemistry. 25(12). 1763-1770. (IF: 4.15)
  120. Joshi SR, Chauhan M, Sharma GD and Mishra RR (1991). Effect of deforestation on microbes, VAM fungi and their enzymatic activity in Eastern Himalaya. Recent Researches in Ecology, Environment and Pollution.6: 141-152.

Book Chapters:

  1. SR Joshi, G.D.Sharma and R.R.Mishra (1991). Effect of disturbance on microbial population and their activities in forest soils at higher altitudes of Meghalaya. In: High Altitudes of Himalaya (Biogeography, Ecology & Conservation) (Eds. P.S.Pangtey & R.S. Rawal) Gyanodaya Prakashan, Nainital, pp.298-309
  2. R Kumar and SR Joshi (2008). Microbial ecology of the soil: Studying the diversity of microorganisms in the most complex of environments- A review. In: Advances in Applied Microbiology, Agrobios, Jodhpur, India. pp: 267-277
  3. RK Bhagobaty, P Biswa, and SR Joshi (2009) Isolation of endophytic fungus from Osbeckia stellata Buch. Ham.ex D.Don, a medicinal plant of the Pine forests of Meghalaya, India. In: Biodiversity– Herbal Medicine, pp: 148-157. Akansha Publishing House, Darya Ganj, New Delhi, India. 
  4. RM Syiem, A Chatterjee, S Majaw and SR Joshi ( 2009). Study on the adaptogenic properties of Clerodendron colebrrokianum walp. On cold stress induced –mice. In: Biodiversity– Herbal Medicine, pp: 134-139. Akansha Publishing House, Darya Ganj, New Delhi, India
  5. R Kumar and SR Joshi (2009). Probiotics: Indigenous fermented foods as a source of potential medicinal microbes.In: Biodiversity– Herbal Medicine, pp: 211-222. Akansha Publishing House, Darya Ganj, New Delhi, India. 
  6. Rakshak Kumar and SR Joshi ( 2009) Probiotics: Biotechnology in prolongation of life . In: Biotechnology Applications ( eds CSK Mishra and Pascale Champagne) IK International Publishing House . India. Pp. 187-212
  7. RK Bhagobaty and SR Joshi ( 2009) Endophytes: A biotechnological goldmine . In: Biotechnology Applications ( eds CSK Mishra and Pascale Champagne) IK International Publishing House . India. Pp. 300-308
  8. SR Joshi (2010) Roadside pollution and microbial community of alder and khasi pine . In: Advances in Biotechnology and Microbiology ( Eds PR Jatkar, P parihar and L Parihar) . Agrobios ( India) pp.101-108
  9. Nathaniel A Lyngwi and SR Joshi ( 2014) Economically important Bacillus and related genera: a mini review. In: Biology of useful plants and microbes. Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, India pp 33-43.
  10. Polashree Khaund and SR Joshi ( 2014) The Gomphus Paradox of Meghalaya: Wild Edible Fungus or a Poisonous Mushroom? In: Microbial Diversity and Biotechnology in Food Security ( Eds:R.N. Kharwar, R.S. Upadhyay, N.K. Dubey, Richa Raghuwanshi ) Pp 171-176 .DOI:10.1007/978-81-322-1801-2_13. 
  11. SR Joshi, Debajit Kalita, Rakshak Kumar, Macmillan Nongkhlaw, Pynskhem Bok Swer (2014) Metal–Microbe Interaction and Bioremediation. In: Radionuclide Contamination and Remediation Through Plants (Eds Dharmendra Kumar Gupta, Clemens Walther) pp 235-251.DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-07665-2_12 http://link.springer.com/chapter/
  12. Debajit Kalita, Barnali Sarma and SR Joshi(2015) Lead(Pb) tolerant bacterial strains from uranium rich soil of Domiasiat in Meghalaya. In: Bioreview- Conservation of Biodiversity: National Perspectives and Sustainable Development. pp 63-69.
  13. Barnali Sarma and SR Joshi (2015) Environmental toxicity and the role of Pseudomonads in biodegradation of xenobiotics. In: Biology, Biotechnology andSustainable Development. (Ed: H. Choudhury) Research India Publications, India pp. 41-61
  14. SR Joshi and K Biswas (2015) Antioxidants in fermented Foods. In: Health Benefits of Fermented Foods and Beverages (Ed: J.P. Tamang), CRC Press. Pp 553-565.
  15. AC Molins, A Galvez, SR Joshi et.al. ( 2016) Indigenous Fermented Foods of South Asia. In: Indigenous Fermented Foods of South Asia (Ed: V.K. Joshi). Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Pp. 1-67.
  16. AK Senapati, A Ann, SR Joshi et.al. (2016) Diversity of Indigenous Fermented Foods and Beverages of South Asia. In: Indigenous Fermented Foods of South Asia (Ed: V.K. Joshi). Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Pp.69-106.
  17. K Kumari, A Pandey, SR Joshi et. al. (2016) Indigenous Alcoholic beverages of South Asia. In: Indigenous Fermented Foods of South Asia (Ed: V.K. Joshi). Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Pp. 501-596.
  18. A Rosma, A Singh, SR Joshi et. al. (2016) Indigenous Fermented foods. In: Indigenous Fermented Foods of South Asia (Ed: V.K. Joshi). Taylor and Francis Group, LLC. Pp. 645-713.
  19. SR Joshi and Koel Biswas ( 2017) enterococci prevalent in processed food products: From probiotics to food safety. In: Mining of Microbial Wealth and Metagenomics. (Eds: VC Kalia et al.) Springer, Nature. Pp. 287-305
  20. SR Joshi and Koel Biswas (2017) Antioxidants in Fermented Foods. In: Health Benefits of Fermented Foods and Beverage. (Ed:  JP Tamang ) CRC Press. Pp. 553-561.
  21. SR Joshi and Debajit Kalita (2017) “Biological, chemical and nanosorption approaches in remediation    of metal wastes”. Remediation Measures for Radioactively Contaminated Areas. (Ed: Dharmendra Kumar Gupta and Anna Voronina, Springer, Switzerland (Accepted).

Books Authored:

  1. SR Joshi and N Joshi (1999): Man & His Environment. A text book for Degree Course.Published by Gautam Bros. Shillong. 1999 pp. 132
  2. SR Joshi: Health Education.(1993) A text book for high school . Published by Gautam Bros. Shillong. 1993. pp.202
  3. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2000): ParyavaranAdhyan – Part I A Text Book on Environmental Studies for Class I and Class II. . Published by Text Book Committee Shillong, Meghalaya.Recommended by Meghalaya & Mizoram Board of School Education.pp. 87.
  4. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2000): ParyavaranAdhyan – Part II A Text Book on Environmental Studies for Class I and Class II. . Published by Text Book Committee Shillong, Meghalaya.Recommended by Meghalaya & Mizoram Board of School Education. pp. 89
  5. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2001): ParyavaranAdhyan – Part III. A Text Book on Environmental Studies for Class III and Class IV. Published by Text Book Committee Shillong, Meghalaya. Recommended by Meghalaya & Mizoram Board of School Education..pp. 98.
  6. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2001): ParyavaranAdhyan – Part IV. A Text Book on Environmental Studies for Class III and Class IV. Published by Text Book Committee Shillong, Meghalaya. Recommended by Meghalaya & Mizoram Board of School Education. pp.158
  7. SR Joshi (2005): The Teaching of Science. A reference book for science teachers and B.Ed trainees Courses. Published by APH Publishing Corporation, New Delhi,. pp. 383
  8. SR Joshi (2006): Biopesticides: A Biotechnological Approach. A reference book on Biopesticides. Published by New Age International(P) Limited, New Delhi.. pp.103
  9. SR Joshi (2007) Microbes: Redefined Personality. Published by APH Publishing Corporation. Ansari Road, New Delhi. pp 236.
  10. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2008): Art of Healthy and Productive Living. Text Book for Class II. Book Palace, Shillong. pp 100
  11. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2008): Art of Healthy and Productive Living. Text Book for Class III. Book Palace, Shillong. pp 63
  12. SR Joshi and SP Adhikari (2008): Art of Healthy and Productive Living. Text Book for Class II. Book Palace, Shillong. pp 62.

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