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Dr. Pooja Jagasia: M.Sc., Ph.D.
Specialization - Organic Chemistry
Recognised as a teacher of the University for the Ph.D (Science) degree in Chemistry with effect from 2nd May 2013. No.PG/2/ICD/2013-14/46376, Dt. 6th June, 2013.
She is life member of International Society of Science and Technology, since Oct 2010.
Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRSC) ;Dt-17 Oct 2014. Undertaken a Mumbai University sponsored Minor Research Project. Ongoing U.G.C. sponsored Minor Research Project .

Research Project Undertaken:


Principal Investigator


Academic Year

Funding Agency


Jagasia, Pooja

Spectrophotometric determination of metavanadate using tannic acid as a reagent
[Project No. 98 - Chemistry]


Mumbai University
Rs. 20,000/-
Reference No. : APD/237/349 of 2011,
29th September, 2011


Jagasia, Pooja

Spectrophotometric determination of Tannins,Vitamin C and anion using a specific reagent in herbal formulation and in Synthetic mixtures and real samples



Rs. 85000/-
2 Years Sanctioned
April 2013 File No.47-325/12 (WRO) 2013 - April 2015


Jagasia Pooja - Department of Chemistry

Title Journal Year Details Co-Authors

Sensitive Spectrophotometric determination of vitamin C in herbal products and plant samples

World journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume 4,Isuue 6,pp1762-1769


SJIF=5.990,ISSN 2277-7105


Spectrophotometric determination of anion periodate in synthetic mixtures and environmental water samples using tannic acid as a reagent

chemical science Reviews and letters,4(14),630-636


ISSN 2278-6783


Sequential Separation of Cobalt, Nickel and Lead by using α Oximino acetoacetanilide benzoyl hydrazone (HINABH).

American Journal of Pharmatech Research


Vol. No. 4, Issue No.1


Sequential Spectrophotometric Determination of Trace Amounts of Periodate (IO4-) and Molybdate (MoO42-) in Synthetic Mixtures and Water Samples

Journal of Applicable Chemistry


Vol. No. 3 Issue No. 3 pg. 1165-1170

Desai, Harshada R.

A Comparative Study on Quantitative Estimation of Tannins In Triphula by using Spectrophotometer

Journal of Applicable Chemistry


Vol. No. 3 Issue No. 3, pg. 1104-1107


Spectrophotometric determination of Molybdate (MoO42-) using Tannic acid as a reagent

American Journal of Pharmatech Research


Vol. No. 3, Issue no.- 2

Desai, Harshada R.

The spectrophotometric determination of metavanadates (VO3-) using tannic acid as a reagent

Asian Journal Research Chemistry


September, Vol. No. 5, Issue no. 9, pg 1123-1128


Sequential separation& Spectrphotometric determination of Co(II) & Ni(II) using α-oximinoacetoacetanilide benzoyl hydrazone.

Indian Journal of Chemical Society


February, Vol. 80, pg.145-146

Dave, D.P.

Conference/Seminar Procedings:

Jagasia Pooja - Department of Chemistry

Title Particulars Co-Authors

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Solvent Extraction:

Spectrophotometric determination of Lead (II) and sequential Separation using α-oximinoacetoacetanilide benzoyl hydrazone

26th & 27th September, 20

Bionano frontier, Ecorevolution 2011, ISBN 978-81- 920431-2-8 Department of Chemistry, B.N.Bandodkar College of Science, Thane

Congenial practices for a greener and safer world.


Ecorevolution 2012 Colombo - Srilanka, Department of Chemistry, B.N. Bandodkar College of Science, Thane(W)- 400601. ISBN 978-81-920431-2-8

Environment: challenges and remedial tread


National conference on Phtochemistry: Recent trends and challenges,proceedings 2012.

Spectrophotometric determination of tannic acid in herbal formulation


National conference on Phtochemistry : recent trends and challenges : Department of chemistry,B.N.Bandodkar college of science, thane (W)-400601. ISBN

Diversification of Nutritional values of Fruits and vegetables.


Sensitive spectrophotometric determination of vitamin C in herbal products and plant samples.

International Symposium on New Horizons in Chemistry (ISNHC-2014) organized by VES College, Chembur, Mumbai-400071 from 8-9 December-2014

Campus Sustainability Best Practices

Published a paper at two day National Conference on “Evolving as a Smart College:Concepts Opportunity and Challenges” Organized by IQAC, VES College

Mary Stephen

a study of consumer’s behavior towards Patanjali products with reference to Mumbai region

International seminar Picasa-III On 2/9/2016 at Vaze College

Varsha Ahuja


Author: Jagasia Pooja

Title Publisher Department Co-Authors

Laboratory Handbook for Drugs and Dyes (T. Y. B. Sc. Chemistry)



Manjiri M. Ranade & Anita S.Goswami-giri





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