Assistant Professor



Degree Specialization University/Institute Name, Year
B.Ed Teaching Methods, Educational Psychology, Science, English Vinoba Bhave University, 2014
B.Sc (Hons.) Chemistry Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, 2003
M.Sc Chemistry (General) Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra, 2006
Ph.D. Chemistry Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra, 2011

Research Interests

  • Natural Product Chemistry
  • Co-ordination Chemistry
  • Atmospheric  Chemistry

Current Courses Taught / Teaching Interest

  • CYH-213- Inorganic Chemistry-III: BSc IInd Year
  • CYG-205- Physical Chemistry III: BSc general PCM
  • CY-308 B- Intellectual Property Rights: MSc Ist year

Academic Experience / Industrial Experience

2.5 Years

Achievements / Awards / Recognitions

  • UGC-NET was awarded in 2012.
  • Senior Research Fellowship from CSIR, was awarded in 2010
  • Junior Research Fellowship (RFSMS: Research Fellowship in Sciences for Meritorious Students) Sponsored by UGC, was awarded in 2008.

Selected Publications/Working Papers


Contributed a chapter entitled “Thuja occidentalis and breast cancer chemoprevention” in the book “Nanomedicine and Cancer Therapy” by apple academic press, Taylor Francis, US, 2012, VOL.2, Pages 143-156, ISBN No.: 9781926895185 , Citations: 1

Research Papers:

B.K Ojeswi, M. Khoobchandani, D.K Hazra, M.M Srivastava, Nutrition and Dietary Carcinogens: Risk and Aggressiveness [National Academy Science Letters, 31(11 & 12): 311-318, 2008].ISSN 0250-541X, Impact factor: 0.331, Citations: 4

B.K Ojeswi, M. Khoobchandani, D.K Hazra, M.M Srivastava. Invitro antibreast cancer efficacy of two indigenous plants on human cancer cell line MCF-7. [National Academy Science Letters, 32 (3&4): 105-109, 2009]. ISSN 0250-541X, Impact factor: 0.331, Citations: 13

B.K Ojeswi, B. Sharma, M.M Srivastava. Chenopodium album preventive progression of cell growth and enhancement in cell toxicity in human breast cancer cell lines. [Oxidative Medicine Cellular longivity, 2(3): 160-165, 2009].ISSN 1942-0900print; ISSN 1942-0994 online , Impact factor: 4.868, Citations: 32

B.K Ojeswi, M. Khoobchandani, M.M Srivastava, Green Chemicals: Prospects and Future in designing new drugs for cancer [International Journal of Waste Water Treatment and Green Chemistry,1 (1), 2009]ISSN 0976-6200, Citations: 5

M. Khoobchandani, B.K Ojeswi, D.K Hazra, M.M Srivastava. Brassica oleracea extracts: potential for antioxidative and anticancer activities for B16F10 & B16F1 mice melanoma cell lines. [National Academy Science Letters, 33 (9&10), 2009]. ISSN 0250-541X, Impact factor: 0.331, Citations: 11

M. Khoobchandani, B. K. Ojeswi, N. Ganesh, M. M. Srivastava, S. Gabbanini, R. Matera, R. Iori, L. Valgimigli. Antimicrobial properties and analytical profile of traditional Eruca sativa seed oil. Comparison with various aerial & root plant extracts. [Food Chemistry, 120 (1), 217-224, 2009]. ISSN: 0308-8146, Impact factor: 5.399, Citations: 123

B.K Ojeswi, M. Khoobchandani, D.K Hazra, M.M Srivastava, “Phytoprotective effect of Thuja occidentalis Linn against DMBA induced mammary carcinoma with reference to oxidative stress” [Human and Experimental Toxicology, 29 (5) 369-375,  2010].ISSN 0960-3271 print; ISSN 1477-0903 online, Impact factor 2.7, Citations:  32

A. Agarwal, B.K Ojeswi, M.M Srivastava, “Structural Elucidation of Bioactive Principle of Boerhavia diffusa for its Antifungal Properties., [Biopesticide International, 4(1): 52-56 2008]. ISSN 0973483, Impact factor 1.6, Citations: 4

Post Doctoral Research(if any)

Full time post doc at D.E.I, Dayalbagh, Agra from November 2010-December 2012

Other Information

Dr. Ojeswi is the recipient of RFSMS, “Research Fellowship in Sciences for Meritorious Students” awarded and sponsored by UGC, in 2008 and Senior Research Fellowship from Council of scientific and Industrial Research in 2010.   Her PhD work was related to important International concern for Women health Care and was aimed to the development of a poor man friendly herbal formulation for prevention and cure of breast cancer.  She got training from Indian Industrial Toxicology Research, IITR,  Lucknow; Jalma, the Institute of Leprosy and other microbial disease- Indian Council of Medical Research, Agra,  S.N  Medical College, Agra, National Physical Laboratory, Delhi,  Green  Chemistry  Network Centre, Department of  Chemistry, University  of  Delhi.

 Dr. Ojeswi has felt motivated to the cause of Green Chemistry and actively engaged in the research under the domain of Green Chemistry. She has research experience of 8 years in natural product chemistry, analytical chemistry, biochemistry, and nanochemistry and coordination chemistry.