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Name of Centre: Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture & Technology (GBPUA&T), Pantnagar, Uttarakhand
Name of Component: Clothing & Textile
Dr. MANISHA GAHLOT
Professor (clothing and textiles)
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Experience: 28  Years
Educational Qualification
Degree
Subject
Year
University/Institute
Ph.DClothing and textiles2008Banasthali vidhyapith, Rajasthan
M.ScClothing and textiles1990GBPUAT PANTNAGAR
Research Areas
natural fibres, natural dyes, traditional art
Awards
  1. Uttarakhand State Young Scientist Award 2007
  2. first prize for poster presentation in National Seminar on ‘Entrepreneurship Development For Livelihood Security- Experiences, Prospects and Strategies for Rural India’ held from 29th Nov - 1st Dec, 2005
  3. Best Poster award for research paper entitled “Natural Dyeing of Himalayan Nettle Fibre: An Eco Safe Approach” in the 9th Conference of Indian Science Congress Association (Haridwar Chapter) organized by Department of Biological Sciences, CBSH, on Future India: Science & Technology, October 13-14, 2018.
 
Publications
           Total Number of Research Articles:95
Significant Research Articles
  1. 1. Pargai P., Gahlot, M. and Rani A. 2016. Ultraviolet protection properties of nettle fabric dyed with natural dyes. Indian Journal of Fibre & Textiles Research44(12): 418-425
  2. 2. Gahlot M. and Pant, S. 2011. Properties of oak tasar/viscose blended yarns. Indian Journal of Fibre & Textile Research36(2): 187-189
  3. 3. Gahlot, M., Singh J. and Joshi J. 2016. Efficacy of cotton printed fabric of cutch dye (Acacia catechu) using Cassia tora gum. Man made textiles in India44(10): 347-350
  4. 4. Gahlot, M., Joshi, J., and Singh, J. 2017. Printing of silk fabric with natural dye (Accacia catechu) and gum (Cassia tora). International Journal of Basic and Applied Agricultural Research15(3): 2349- 8765
  5. 5. Gahlot M., Bhatt, P and Joshi J. 2017. Approach towards green fiber. Journal of progressive agriculture8(2): 199-122
 



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