Satyawati Sharma


   Centre for Rural Development and Technology

   Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi





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Dr. Satyawati Sharma is Professor at Centre for Rural Development and Technology, IIT Delhi. She did her Ph.D. from IIT Delhi and post-graduation from Agra University. She has more than 120 publications in reputed international and national journals. She has executed 33 sponsored projects on various subjects and developed three bio-formulations, one each for termite control, nematode control and rapid composting. Out of these, two formulations have been applied for getting patent. She has guided 15 Ph.D. students and 10 are pursuing their Ph.D.  She has guided 3 PDFs sponsored by DST and 2 UGC-PDFs are continuing.  She is awarded ‘Iraj Zandi award’ in 2013 in recognition of  her contribution to the field of Solid Waste Technology and Management by Widener University, Philadelphia, USA and also honored by Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, to contribute in the ‘Energy Crops’ book. She has also been the recipient of ‘Golden Jubilee Award’ for  excellence  in  the  field  of  Khadi  and  Village  Industries”  to  IIT  Delhi by KVIC for  contribution  to  MGIRI  project  jointly  by  a  group  of  faculty  members  from  CRDT  and  other associated Departments/Centres. She has been the member of many international and national academies/societies. Her research interests lies in Bio-inoculants and Bio-fertilizer, Rapid composting/Waste management, Tissue culture, Fungal and botanical bio-pesticides, Wasteland Reclamation, Mushroom technology, Vermitechnology, Silvipastoral technology and Biogas slurry management.

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