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BITS actively promotes research to its students and staff to facilitate innovation. Students conduct research projects as part of their curriculum. For teachers, it's an opportunity to assimilate and disseminate knowledge while also creating new knowledge. Furthermore, BITS has devised innovative schemes to enable professionals at large to conduct research at their workplace while also working toward the Institute's PhD degree.

Why choose BITS Pilani for your research project?

Research is an integral and important part of any higher education system. BITS Pilani actively promotes research among its staff and students. Besides basic research, which is the backbone of any applied research, the Institute also gives adequate importance and support to applied research.

Research at BITS relies on the motivated intellectual manpower pool available among its staff and students. Students undertake research projects as a component of their education program itself. Teachers conduct research as an integral part of their responsibilities since this enables them to assimilate and disseminate knowledge as well as generate new knowledge. Besides this, BITS has devised innovative schemes to enable professionals at large to conduct research at their place of work and simultaneously work for the PhD degree of the Institute.

At BITS Pilani, the faculty are encouraged to publish their findings in reputed journals and present papers at conferences. Support is given to participate in national and international conferences and thereby network with experts from India and abroad. Recently, the Institute has taken steps to provide support to faculty to file for patents if the research is likely to fructify in commercially viable products or processes. During the last 5 years, BITS has seen healthy growth in the amount of funding received from different agencies. While most of these are from the government sector, the Institute through its existing collaboration with industries is trying to involve the corporate sector in funding research projects.

Know more about our research scholars across various departments

At BITS, we position research as an integral part of the curriculum & actively promote it among our students as well as our faculty. Besides basic research, we also give adequate importance & provide support to applied research.

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Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Richa Shrivastava,
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Ph.D. Topic - Pharmaceutics (Nanoformulation Development and Evaluation)

Ph.D. Supervisor - Gautam Singhvi,
Co. Supervisor - Dr. Venkatesh Kadbur Prabhakar Rao,


Ph.D. Topic - Development of pH-sensitive Nano Formulation for Combined Chemo-Immunotherapy of Cancer

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Aniruddha Roy,
Co. Supervisor - Gautam Singhvi,


Ph.D. Topic - Actively targeted nano-carrier system for the co-delivery Temozolomide and an autophagy modulator for the treatment of glioblastoma multiforme

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Deepak Chitkara,
Co. Supervisor - Prof. Gaikwad Anil Bhanudas


Ph.D. Topic - Cationic nanocomplexes for delivery of IL-1 receptor antagonist (IL-1Ra) for treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Anupama Mittal,
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Ph.D. Topic - Studies on use of certain excipients for better delivery and therapeutic efficacy of selected drug

Ph.D. Supervisor - Prof. Ranendra N. Saha
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Ph.D. Topic - Design, Synthesis and Evaluation of novel selective DNA Methyltransferase 1 Inhibitors as a potential agent against Sickle Cell Disease

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. S. Murugesan,
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Ph.D. Topic - Design and Synthesis of β-secretase and Acetylcholinesterase as dual inhibitors for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease.

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Hemant R. Jadhav,
Co. Supervisor - Dr. Santosh Rudrawar


Ph.D. Topic - Temozolomide-fatty acid conjugate-based nanomedicine for the treatment of Glioblastoma Multiforme

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Deepak Chitkara,
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Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Aniruddha Roy,
Co. Supervisor - Sandeep Sundriyal,


Ph.D. Topic - Investigations on Emerging Multidrug-Resistance Mechanisms in Nosocomial Gram-Negative-Bacterial Isolates from Chhatrapati Sambhajinagar hospitals

Ph.D. Supervisor - Prof. Radhakrishnan Mahesh
Co. Supervisor - Dr. Hariharan Periasamy


Ph.D. Topic - CRISPR/Cas-based molecular diagnostic tool for early-stage diagnosis of diabetic complications.

Ph.D. Supervisor - Dr. Deepak Chitkara,
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