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Dr. Geeta Singh

Asst. Professor, Department of Chemistry
1 MScChemistryD.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur2002
2 PhDOrganic ChemistryB.R.A.Agra University, Agra2012
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Bio-analytical Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry
S.NO.DesignationCollege/InstituteFromToTotal Exp.
1 Research AssociateIndian Agricultural Research Institute, PUSA,New Delhi. 06/03/2006 30/05/2015 9 Years 2 Months
S.NO.YearTitle of the professional development ProgrammeDate and Duration (from – to)
1 2020Transformational Experiences in Higher EducationJUNE 15-19, 2020


UG Experience: 2 Year(s)
  • B.Sc-1
  • B.Sc-2
  • B.Sc-3
  • B.Sc-3 (Industrial Chemistry)

PG Experience: 2 Year(s)
  • M.Sc-3 semester
  • M.Sc-4 semester


Total Research Experience: 9 years
  • Organic Chemistry
  • Bio-analytical Chemistry
  • Analytical Chemistry


  1. K.K. Sharma, Geeta Singh, Ruchi Gupta and Gitansh “Re-validation of Expired Certified Reference Material (CRM)”. in National Symposium on Agrochemicals for food and Environment Safety at Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, 28-30 January, 2015.
  2.  Determination of Organochlorine Pesticide Residues in Freshwater Fish Species in Agra, India Geeta Singh and Joseph, P.E, in International conference on “Recent Advances in Environmental Protection (RAEP)” at St. John’s College, Agra during 17-19 Dec, 2009, 54-58.
  3. Seasonal variations of Lead and Cadmium in edible tissues of Labio rohita and Catla catla, Geeta Singh, in National conference on “Emerging trends in Sciences” during 1-2 February, 2019 at M.P.P.G. College, Gorakhpur,  .
  4.  Seasonal variations of Organochlorine Pesticides in edible tissues of fresh water fishes, Geeta Singh, in National conference on Smart Materials And Sustainable Technologies (NCSMST) during 23 & 24 February 2019 at Department of Chemistry, Deen Dayal Upadhayaya Gorakhpur University, Gorkahpur
  5. Co-relation between Climate change and pesticide usage. Geeta Singh. in National conference on Climate change : Agriculture, Biodiversity and Human health during February 22-23, 2020 at CSIR-NBRI, Lucknow

Dr.Geeta Singh



1.     1.    Seasonal variations of lead and cadmium in fresh water fishes: a survey in Agra region. Geeta Singh. 2020. (Submitted).  Environment Science and Technology.

  1. Movement of crop protection chemicals in different environmental components. Geeta Singh. 2019. International Journal of Plant and Environment 5(3): 206-209.
  2. Pesticides: A blessing with disguise. Geeta Singh. 2019. Vol-7, 1-2. ISSN (e): 2395-9369
  3. Seasonal variations of mercury in edible tissues of Labio rohita and Catla catla, Geeta Singh. World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, ISSN: 2277– 7105, 2018, Vol. 7, Issue 1, 600-606,  Impact Factor: 8.084
  4. Persistence, dissipation and consumer risk assessment of a combination formulation of flubendiamide and deltamethrin on Cucumber, K.K. Sharma, V. Bhushan, C. S. Rao, K. N. Reddy, H. Bannerjee, S. Mandal, B. Singh, R.S. Battu, S. Mohapatra, S. Lekha, G. Manikrao, B. Radhika, Vandana Tripathy, Rajbir Noniwal, Poonam Shukla, A. N.Patel, Geetansh Singh, Suneeta Devi, Priya Pandey, Rahul Gautam, Shobhita Kalra, Ruchi Gupta, Geeta Singh, Madhuban Gopal & Suresh Walia. Food Additives & Contaminants: Part A, ISSN: 1944-0057, 2017, DOI: 10.1080/19440049.2017.1416678, 498-511, Impact factor- 2.129.
  5. Heavy metals accumulation in some freshwater fish species of Agra region, India, Geeta Singh and Anoop Kumar,  European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical sciences, 2017, ISSN: 2349-8870, Vol.4, Issue: 12, 469-472, Impact factor- 4.918.
  6. Safety evaluation of Flubendiamide and its metabolites on cabbage and persistence in soil in different agro climatic zones of India, K. K. Sharma, S. Mohapatra; A.K. Ahuja; Deepa M.; Debi Sharma; G.K. Jagdish; Rashmi N.; R.S. Battu; S.K. Sharma; Balwinder Singh; N.S. Parihar; B. N. Sharma; V.D. Kale; R.V. Nakat; A.R. Walunj; Geeta Singh; K. Ravivanshi , Environment Monitoring and Assessment, ISSN: 1573-2959, 2014, 186(6):3633-9, DOI 10.1007/s10661-014--3645-5, Impact factor- 2.129.
  7. Persistence and risk assessment of Spiromesifen on tomato in India: A multilocational study, K.K. Sharma, Balwinder Singh, Kousik Mandal, Sanjay K. Sahoo, Hemanta Banerjee, Tirthankar Banerjee, Sankhajit Roy, Paresh G. Shah, Hemlatta K. Patel, Anil R. Patel,S. Naseema Beevi, Thomas George, Thomas B. Mathew, Geeta Singh, Rajbir and Suneeta, ISSN: 1573-2959, 2014, 186 (12), 8453-61, DOI 10.1007/s 10661-014--3645-5,  Impact factor- 2.129.
  8. Residual behavior and risk assessment of flubendiamide on tomato at different agro-climatic conditions in India, K.K. Sharma, Irani Mukherjee, Balwinder Singh, Sanjay K. Sahoo, N.S.Parihar, B.N.Sharma, V.D.Kale, R.V. Nakat , A.R.Walunj, Saudamini Mohapatra, A.K. Ahuja, Debi Sharma, Geeta Singh, Rajbir Noniwal , Sunita Devi.. Environment Monitoring and Assessment, ISSN: 1573-2959, 2014, 186 (11):7673-82, DOI 10.1007/s10661-014-3958-4, Impact factor- 2.129.
  9. Toxicity of Cadmium to Fish Geeta Singh, Tomar A, Singh D and Joseph, P.E. Journal of Applied Bioscience, ISSN: 0975-864x, 2012, 38 (1): 23-27.
  10. Assessment of flubendiamide residues in pigeon pea in different agro-climatic zones of India, V.D. Kale, A. R. Walunj, R. S. Battu, Sanjay K. Sahoo, Balwinder Singh, M. Paramasivam, Sankhajit Roy, Tirthankar Banerjee, Hemanta Banerjee, Cherukuri Sreenivasa Rao, D. Jagdishwar Reddy, K.Narasimha Reddy, C. Narendra Reddy, VandanaTripathy, M. Jaya, Shashi Pant, Monika Gupta, Geeta Singh, K.K. Sharma., Environment Monitoring and Assessment, ISSN: 1573-2959, 2011, DOI 10.1007/s 10661-011-2261-x,  Impact factor- 2.129.
  11. Impact of climate change on agriculture and the pesticide usage, Geeta Singh and Amit Masih, Proceeding of the National Conference on Climate change, biodiversity and conservation, St. Andrews College, Gorakhpur, IJBT, ISSN: 1573-2959, 2011, 2 (Special Issue) Page: 68-72. 
  12.  Status of Pesticides in India and its effects. Vimarsh, Geeta Singh ISSN: 0976-0849, 2011, 5229-5235.
  13. DDT and HCH residues load in mother’s breast milk: A survey of lactating mother’s from remote village in Agra region, Kumar A, Dayal P, Shukla G, Singh G.  and Joseph, P.E, Environmental International , ISSN: 0160– 4120, 2006, 32, 248-251, Impact factor- 7.3 .
  14. Persistent Organochlorine pesticide residue in milk and butter in Agra city, India -A case study, Kumar A, Dayal P, Singh G. Prasad, F.M and Joseph, P.E,  Bulletin of Environment Contamination and Toxicology, ISSN: 1432-0800, 2005, 75 (1): 175-179, Impact factor- 1.48 .
  15. Organochlorine pesticide residue in human milk in Agra city, Kumar A, Singh G, Bhanti M, Bhaudaria V.P.S., Prasad F.M., Taneja A and Joseph, P.E, In Proceeding of National symposium on Environment in Shilong, 2004, 364-367.
  16. Kumar A., Shukla G., Lawrence A.J., Dayal P., Singh G., Taneja A., Prasad F.M. and Joseph P.E. 2004. In Proceeding of International workshop on Marine pollution and Ecotoxicology in Goa, India pp: 143-145.

1.      1.Heavy metals (Pb, Cd, Hg) and Organochlorine pesticides in freshwater fishes: Risk Evaluation for consumers, Geeta Singh, accepted for theposter presentation in Sixth International Conference on Plants & EnvironmentalPollution (ICPEP-6) to be held at the CSIR-National Botanical ResearchInstitute, Lucknow, India, (27-30 November, 2018), Page no.-112.

  1. Heavy metals Contamination in two Freshwater Fish Species (Labeo rohita and Catla catla) in Agra region, Singh G and Joesph, P.E, In Proceeding of International conference on “Recent Advances in Environmental Protection (RAEP)” at St.John’s College, Agra,  17-19 December, 2009, pp 254.
  2. Monitoring of Endosulfan Residues in Commercial Fishes of Agra Region, Singh, G and Joesph, P.E,  In Proceeding of 2nd Congress on Insect Science in PAU, Ludhiana, February 22-23, 2008,  pp 272.
  3. Assessment of persistent Organochlorine pesticide residues in dairy milk of Agra city by using C-18 and graphite carbon black phase extraction and clean up method, Kumar A, Shukla G, Dayal P, Singh G,  Jilani A, Prasad F.M.,  Taneja A, Joesph, P. Accepted for the poster presentation in 41st Annual Florida Pesticide Residues Workshop at Walt Disney, Lake Buena Vista Florida , July 18 –21, 2004.
  4. Risk Assessment of Hexachlorocyclohexane Residues in mother’s milk of Agra region, Dayal P, Kumar A, Singh G, Prasad F.M. and Joesph, P.E. In Proceeding of National symposium on Pesticide Myths, Realities and Remedies in IARI 2004, pp 111.


S.NO.Name of the principal InvestigatorDurationName of the Research ProjectAmount/Fund receivedName of funding agencyYear of sanctionStatus (Complted /Ongoing)
1 Dr.Geeta Singh2 YearsEstablishment of a Laboratory Facility for Quicker Estimation of Pesticide Residues in Local Food Commodities10 lakhsUGC-BSR Start UP GRANT2020ONGOING
2 Dr.Geeta Singh as Co-Investigator3 yearsDevelopment of Rice-Grain Arsenic Removal Technique/ Method for Rural Population of Arsenic affected Areas30 lakhsDST2020ongoing
  • Currently Enrolled: 1
  • Awarded:              0

S.NO.Scholar NameThesis TitleYear of Award
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Administrative Responsibility

S.NO.DescriptionFromToYear & Month
1 Library incharge08/07/2020Till Date2 Year 0 Month
2 Member of Internal Quality Assurance Cell25/08/2020Till Date2 Year 1 Month

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