Prof. (Dr.) Alka Jyoti is a Post Graduate, M.Phil and a gold medalist of
CCS University Meerut. She completed her Doctoral studies from MBU,
Himachal Pradesh. She has more than 21 years of experience in Academics
& Research. Currently, she is the Program Coordinator for P.G. in
She has presented research papers in various National & International
conferences. Her core competencies include Team Building and Mentoring.
She is also the Creative & Culture Head of Lloyd Group of institutions
for more than 8 years. Research & Publicationss.
Participated in 1st
National conference on Emerging Issues of Corporate Social
Responsibility, Organized by SLS Noida on November 26-27, 2011.
Singh bhagat, Jyoti
Alka, Bhardwaj Garima, Mehra Jyoti, Ahmad Sarfaraz (2011).
Anti-microbial effect of milk Protein derived peptide on the
bacterial pathogen isolated from UTI, online international Journal
of Biosolution, Vol. 2(pp. 64-68).
Jyoti Alka, Chand Ratan, Mittal Aparna, Degradation of BHC by white
mould, Journal of Dairy Food and Home Sciences, vol.24 (pp.
Jyoti Alka, Chandra Rashmi. (2008) Antiteratogic effects of caffeine
on external visceral 7 skeletal animals of rat fetus, Journal of
Indian society of Toxicology, Vol.4 (pp. 12-16).
Chandra Rashmi, Jyoti Alka, Dwivedi Arti (2009) Bioremediation of
Waste water collected from pharmaceutical industry, International
Transactions in Applied Sciences, Vol. 1(2).
Singh Bhagat, Garg
A. P., Jyoti Alka, Agrawal Kamesh (2000) Isolation and
Identification of Bacterial Contamination from Special Care Neonatal
Units (SCNU) and effects of Disinfectants on the growth of those
isolates., Department of Medical Microbiology, C. C. S. University,
Singh Renu, Jyoti
Alka, Singh Bhagat, Bactericidal effect of bacteriocin on Gram s
positive and Gram s negative bacterial pathogens, presented in
National Conference on Potentials of Biotechnology and Microbiology
in India, January 3-4, 2009 at Institute of Applied Medicines and
Singh Bhagat, Jyoti
Alka, Singh Renu and Ahmad Sarfaraz. Antagonistic effect of casein
hydrolysate on the growth of bacterial pathogens isolated from
patients suffering from Urinary tract infection, presented in Leads
for futuristic Trends in Biotechnological Input: Indian Context,
March 26-27, 2010 at Institute of applied medicines and research,
Dwivedi Vinay, Goel Neetu, Jyoti Alka, Kumar Sanjay. Do not waste
Its an energy source of future, presented in the National Conference
on Recent Trends in Alternative Energy (RTAE-2011) held on June
9-10, 2011 at NIT Calicut.
Jyoti Alka, Rashmi Chandra. Antimicrobial activity of root extract
of Spilanthes acmella, presented in National Conference on Emerging
trends in Biotechnology held on January 18-19. 2008 at IMS
Engineering College, Ghaziabad.