Faculty Profile

Name: Dr. Prabhat Kumar Baroliya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Department: Department of Chemistry
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Email Address: prabhatkbaroliya@mlsu.ac.in
Profile/CV: Detailed Profile
Research Area: Solid supported catalysis; Electrochemical functionalization; Medicinal chemistry of hydroxytriazenes
Research Details

Ongoing research Programs

Solid supported catalysis: Recently, our laboratory mainly focus on the metal nanoparticles supported on solid support catalyzed cross-coupling reactions.

Electrochemical functionalization: Our strategy also centers on metal-catalyzed or metal-free electrochemical functionalizations for developing novel and efficient methods for organic transformations.

Medicinal chemistry of hydroxytriazenes: This program centers on the medicinal applications of hydroxytriazenes ligands. The medicinal applications include 1) antidiabetic activity by α-glucosidase and α-amylase enzymes inhibition method 2) antioxidant activity by DPPH and ABTS radical scavenging methods 3) anti-inflammatory activity by carrageen induced paw edema in rates etc. Ultimately, we hope to develop multi-targeted potential molecules to treat diabetes, oxidative damages, and inflammation.

Research Projects Completed

1. Studies on catalytic applications of solid-supported catalysts of palladium and nickel over marble slurry for the C-C coupling reactions | November 2018 to November 2021 | Grant: TARE, Science and Engineering Research Board (Delhi, IN) 


1. Prof. Debabrata Maiti, Department of Chemistry, IIT Bombay, India

2. Prof. I. P. Tripathi, Department of Environmental Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi Gramoday Chitrakoot Vishwvidhyalay, Chitrakoot, Satna, India 

3. Dr. Vanangamudi Murugesan, Department of Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Sree Vidyanikethan College of Pharmacy, Tirupathi, India

Ph.D. Scholars (Alumni)

1. Dr. Varsha Dayma

Ph. D. Scholars (Working)

1. Jaishri Chopra

2. Mukesh Dhakar


(23) J. Chopra, V. Dayma, A. Mandal, P. K. Baroliya, D. Maiti, An unprecedented valorisation of marble slurry waste material as solid support for palladium-catalysed Heck and Suzuki reactions, ChemistrySelect 2022, 7, e202200925.

(22) Laxmi K. Chauhan, Jaishri Chopra, M. Vanangamudi, I. P. Tripathi, Amit Bhargava, A.K. Goswami, Prabhat K. Baroliya; Hydroxytriazenes incorporating sulphonamide derivatives: evaluation of antidiabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activities, and computational study. Molecular Diversity 2022, doi: 10.1007/s11030-022-10420-w. 

(21) P. K. Baroliya, J. Chopra, T. Pal, S. Maiti, S. A. Al-Thabaiti, M. Mokhtar, D. Maiti; Supported Metal Nanoparticles Assisted Catalysis: A Broad Concept in Functionalization of Ubiquitous C−H Bonds ChemCatChem 2021, 13, 4655.

(20) Amit Kumar Gupta, Kunal Seth, Kirti Maheshwari, Prabhat Kumar Baroliya, Mukesh Meena, Ashwani Kumar, Vandana Vinayak, Harish; Biosynthesis and extraction of high-value carotenoid from algae. Frontiers in Bioscience (Landmark Edition). 2021 May 1;26(6):171-90.

(19) Pallavi Saxena, Vinod Saharan, Prabhat Kumar Baroliya, Vinod Singh Gour, Manoj Kumar Rai, Harish; Mechanism of nanotoxicity in Chlorella vulgaris exposed to zinc and iron oxide. Toxicology Reports. 2021 Jan 1;8:724-31.

(18) Kshipra Nimodia, Aruna Solanki, Laxmi Kunwar Chauhan, Ajay Kumar Goswami and Prabhat Kumar Baroliya; Wood-industrial Waste Material as a Potential Sorbent for the Removal of Pb+2 and Co+2 from Mono and Binary Aquatic Metal Solutions, 2021, Oriental Journal of Chemistry, 37(1).

(17) Laxmi Kunwar Chauhan, Kshipra Nimodia, Pradhyuman Singh Ranawat, Ajay Kumar Goswami and Prabhat Kumar Baroliya; Hydroxytriazene Derived from Sulphanilamide: Spectrophotometric and Biological Applications, Oriental Journal of Chemistry. 2020, 36(5).

(16) Varsha Dayma, Jaishri Chopra, Poonam Sharma, Aparna Dwivedi, Indra P. Tripathi, Amit Bhargava, Vanangamudi Murugesan, Ajay K. Goswami, Prabhat K. Baroliya; Synthesis, antidiabetic, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of novel hydroxytriazenes based on sulpha drugs. Heliyon. 2020 Aug 1;6(8):e04787.

(15) Jaishri Chopra, Ajay. K. Goswami, Prabhat K. Baroliya;  An Overview of Solid Supported Palladium and Nickel Catalysts for CC Cross Coupling Reactions. Mini-Reviews in Organic Chemistry. 2020 Aug 1;17(5):589-604.

(14) Poonam Sharma, Varsha Dayma, Aparna Dwivedi, Prabhat K. Baroliya, I.P. Tripathi, Murugesan Vanangamudi, R.S.Chauhan, A.K.Goswami; Synthesis of sulpha drug based hydroxytriazene derivatives: Anti-diabetic, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory activity and their molecular docking studies. Bioorganic chemistry. 2020 Mar 1;96:103642.

(13) Shilpa Jain, Varsha Dayma, Poonam Sharma, Amit Bhargava, Prabhat K Baroliya, Ajay K Goswami; 2020. Synthesis of some new hydroxytriazenes and their antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activities. Anti-Inflammatory & Anti-Allergy Agents in Medicinal Chemistry (Formerly Current Medicinal Chemistry-Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Allergy Agents), 19(1), pp.50-60.

(12) P. K. Baroliya, Ankita Shrimali, Varsha Dayma, Jaishri Chopra; Removal of Cadmium(II) Using Red Powdered Marble Waste from Aqueous Matrix, Indian Journal of Advances in Chemical Science. 2020;8(2):40-3.

(11) Pratibha Sharma, Alpana Soni, Prabhat K. Baroliya, Rekha Dashora & A. K. Goswami; Inhibition of corrosion of Cu (II) in HNO 3 using substituted hydroxytriazene. Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces. 2016 Sep;52(5):930-5.

(10) Mangilal Regar; P.K. Baroliya; Ashok Patidar; RekhaDashora; Anita Mehta; R.S. Chauhan and A. K. Goswami; Antidyslipidemic and antioxidant effects of novel hydroxytriazenes. Pharmaceutical Chemistry Journal. 2016 Aug;50(5):310-4.

(9) Shilpa Agarwal; P.K. Baroliya; Amit Bhargava; I.P. Tripathi; A.K. Goswami; Synthesis, characterization, theoretical prediction of activities and evaluation of biological activities of some sulfacetamide based hydroxytriazenes. Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry letters. 2016 Jun 15;26(12):2870-3.

(8) Mangilal Regar; P.K. Baroliya; R.S. Chauhan; A.K. Goswami; H-Point Standard Addition Method for Simultaneous Spectrophotometric Determination of Cobalt and Nickel Using 3-Hydroxy-3-phenyl-1-(4-trifluoro-methylphenyl) triazene. Chemical Science. 2016;5(2):493-9.

(7) Monika Bhalothia; Neha Suman; P.K. Baroliya; Rekha Dashora; A.K. Goswami; Marble slurry waste as a scavenger material for Cr (III) ions from aqueous medium. Desalination and Water Treatment. 2016 Aug 8;57(37):17377-83.

(6) Monika Bhalothia; Shilpa Agrawal; Alpana Soni; P.K. Baroliya; A. K. Goswami; Application of Marble Slurry a Low Cost Waste Material for the Removal of Co (II) Ions from Synthetic Aqueous Solutions. Chemistry & Biology Interface. 2015 Nov 1;5(6).

(5) Pratibha Sharma; Alpana Soni; P.K. Baroliya; Rekha Dashora; A.K. Goswami; Inhibitive action of 3-Hydroxy-3- (4methylphenyl-1-(4- sulphonato (sodium salt) phenyl triazene on Corrosion of Copper in HCl medium, Research Journal of Chemical Sciences, 2015, 5(2), 59-63.

(4) P.K. Baroliya; Mangilal Regar; R.S. Chauhan; A.K. Goswami;  Synthesis, characterization and antimicrobial activities of hydroxytriazenes and their Co (II) complexes. Afinidad. 2014 Dec 31;71(568).

(3) P.K. Baroliya; Anita Mehta; Rekha Dashora; R. S. Chauhan; A.K. Goswami; Photocatalytic cleavage of hydroxytriazenes: a solid-state synthesis of azo-dyes under sunlight irradiation. Research on Chemical Intermediates. 2012 Nov;38(9):2149-53.

(2) Raveendra Singh; Pooja Joshi; Neelam Pareek; Dipen Upadhyay P. K. Baroliya; Amit Bhandari; R. S. Chauhan; A. K. Goswami. Analytical application of m-chlorophenylazo-bis-acetoxime (m-CPABA) in the spectrophotometric determination of Nickel (II). J. Chem. 2011;3(2):34-8.

(1) Prabhat K Baroliya, Pooja J, Chauhan RS, Goswami AK. Synthesis, characterization and activity prediction of some new class of hydroxytriazenes. Int. J. Chem. Sci. Tech. 2011;1(1):1-4.

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