Project Monitoring & Evaluation Division (PME)

Scientist /Officer & Staff Members

Dr. G. Suresh Kumar

Contact - gskumar@iicb.res.in / gsk.iicb@gmail.com

Cheif Scientist

Head

Mrs. Purnima Chatterjee

Extn. No. 914

Senior Technical Officer (3)

Mr. Soumalya Sinha

Extn.No.914

Technician ( 1 )

Mr. Samir Thami


Extn.No.914

Technician ( 1 )

Mr. Sukhendu Biswas

Extn.No.914

Asstt.(G) Gr.II

PME is formed recently to aid in the effective management of the institute’s intramural, networked, grant-in-aid as well as collaborative R&D projects. Essentially the Division will function as a liaison agency between Principal investigators in the institute-Finance Section-Purchase Section-and the Grant Giving agency. Proper logistic support for the management, maintenance and monitoring of institute’s CSIR and externally funded projects would help in effective, timely and successful implementation and completion of the mission and in turn would reflect in the growth of the institute. PME is also entrusted with appropriate dissemination of information regarding ongoing and completed projects and therefore, PME of IICB like other CSIR laboratory is actively involved on the following activities:

  1. Preparation and timely maintenance of databases for all intramural and extramural research projects in IICB, and tabulation of ECF of the institute.
  2. Project expenditure monitoring of all projects, including proper procurement of capital goods as sanctioned in the projects
  3. Dissemination of information on all relevant National & International Research Program Requests including fellowships and maintenance of IICB’s required registration with such agencies as mandatory, and liaison with grant giving agencies.
  4. Guiding fresh scientific personnel in the preparation and submission of project proposals.
  5. Provide information on terms & conditions of funding agencies, and create awareness regarding international and national prerequisites for project submission.
  6. Responding to various audit queries in relation to projects, ongoing and completed.
  7. In addition to the above, participation in institute’s annual plan and budget preparations as well as annual reporting are mandatory activities of the Division.

Call For Research Proposals

  1. Call for proposl in the area of "Biotechnology & Health" under the EUFP7 project called New INDIGO in which ISTAD, CSIR is the coordinator & DBT is a partner. ( DETAILS )
  2.  Call for Indo-German DBT's cooperation programme with the German Ministry for Education and Research (BMBF). Last date for submitting the proposals is 15th February.

 

Projects funded by SERB and DST, Govt. of India
SL. No.
Name of PI
Project Title
Funding
Agency / IICB Id. No.
Date of Commencement
Date of
Completion
Cost
(Rs. in lakhs )
1.
Dr. Ramalingam Natarajan
Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) from Bile Acid Derivatives as Carriers for Drug Delivery
SERB, DST
GAP-309
20.11.2013
19.11.2016
36.90

 

2.

Dr. Indrajit Das
N-Heterocyclic Carbene Catalyzed Diastereoselective Synthesis of Substituted Cyclohexanones from Modified Carbohydrates : Application to the Total Synthesis of Conduramines and Phenanthridone Alkaloids
DST
GAP-310
13.11.2013
12.11.2016
25.00

3.

Dr. Partha Chakrabarti
Insulin and Nutrient Mediated Regulation of Adipocyte Metabolism
DST
GAP-311
11.12.2013
10.11.2016
47.70
4.
Dr. Amitava Sengupta
Polycomb repressive complex in Myelodysplastic syndromes
SERB, DST
GAP-313
19.05.2014
18.05.2017
47.78

 

5.

Dr. Surajit Ghosh
Bimimetic approach to measure in-situ generated force from nucleated microtubules on 2D micropattern surfaces by atomic force microscopy
DST
GAP-320
04.10.2014
03.10.2017
51.90

 

6.

Dr. Indu Bhusan Deb
Iron Catalysed directing group assisted C-H bond functionalization reaction
SERB, DST
GAP-321
22.11.2014
21.11.2017
23.60

 

7.

Dr. Aditya Konar
Influence of corneal nerve regeneration on wound healing and its therapeutic modulation
DST
GAP-322
19.08.2014
18.08.2017
11.80

 

8.

Dr. Sujoy Mukherjee
Investigating the dynamic interactions of a toxin- antitoxin module of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by NMR spectroscopy
SERB, DST
GAP-324
24.03.2015
23.03.2018
49.74

 

9.

Dr. Malini Sen
Mechanism of metabolic regulation by Wnt-Induced secreted protein - 3 (WISP3)
SERB, DST
GAP-325
24.03.2015
23.03.2018
43.16

 

10.

Dr. Jayati Sengupta
Processing of the Nascent Polypeptide Chain on Mycobacterium 70S Ribosome : Structural and Functional Studies
SERB, DST
GAP-327
24.03.2015
23.03.2018
53.00

 

11.

Dr. Saumen Dutta
Structural and Functional Elucidation of T3SS Effectors with or without their Cognate Chaperone/Target Proteins from Pathogenic Bacteria
SERB, DST
GAP-328
24.03.2015
23.03.2018
58.23

 

12.

Dr. Mita Chatterjee Debnath
In vitro and in vivo evaluation of 99mTc(CO)3-labeled RGD conjugated bioreductive pharmacophore and nucleoside analogue for potential use as tumor targeted SPECT 
SERB, DST
GAP-331
18.09.2015
17.09.2018
32.91

13.

Dr. Ranjan Jana
Molecular Diversity Through Cascade C-H Activations
SERB, DST
GAP-332
26.10.2015
25.10.2018
26.90

 

14.

Dr. Arindam Talukdar
Probing endosomal toll-like receptor biology using novel small molecule antagonists
SERB, DST
GAP-333
26.10.2015
25.10.2018
32.90

 

15.

Dr. Pijush K Das
An insight into the role and regulation of mitochondrial inner membrane uncoupling protein 2 in manipulating host-conducive oxidant-derived macrophage defense mechanism 
SERB, DST
GAP-334
19.12.2015
18.12.2018
34.90

 

16.

Dr. Krishna Das Saha
Mechanistic study of effect of Spergulin-A extracted from Glinus oppositifolious on macrophages to raise anti leishmanial host defense.
DST
GAP-335
29.04.16
28.04.17
7.00

 

17.

Dr. Biswadip Banerji
Targeting  HSP-90 as cancer therapy: Design andsynthesis of mathanine- derived Second Generation lead molecules.
DST
GAP-335
29.04.16
28.04.17
7.00

 

18.

Prof. Chitra Mandal
Evaluation of antileukemic and immunogenicity properties of engineered Escherichia coil asparaginase - II for the treatent of acute lymphatic leukemia in preclinical model
SERB
GAP-339
12.02.2016
11.02.2019
8.04

 

19.

Dr. Suvendra Nath Bhattacharya
Role of inter and subcelluar miRNA trafficking in controlling lipid metabolism in mammalian liver cells, Swarnajayanti Fellowship
DST
GAP-341
01.04.2016
31.03.2021
179.00

20.

Dr. Rupasri Ain
MiRNAs in trophoblast stem cell differentiation
DST
GAP-343
03.06.2016
02.06.2019
46.48
21.
Dr. Surajit Ghosh
Development of anti-alzheimer peptide from taxol binding pocket of B-tubulin
DST
GAP-344
11.07.2016
11.07.2016
57.24
22.
Dr. Prartha Chakrabarti
A Prosperative study on the role of incertiny hormones in patients undergoing bariatric surgar
DST
GAP-348
24.08.2016
23.08.2019
23.98

 


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