Research Profile

Central University of Haryana is established in 2009 has established research facilities to carry out fundamental as well as applied research by the faculty members and research scholars. The faculty of the University has strong background and aptitude for research. Most of the faculty members have exposure of research and academics from world class laboratories from national and international institutions/Universities. The research strength of the faculty is reflected in their high-quality publications in high impact factor journals of national and international repute. Faculty have excellent track record of publications in national and international journals original research publications, review articles, reports and patents. The individual and collaborative grants from national and international agencies such as DST (SERB & Inspire), DBT, UGC, ICMR, ICSSR have been successfully implemented. Several project grants are running presently as well, including Start up grants. Recently, DST-FIST grant is awarded to strengthen research activities at Life Science Departments of the University. University has also established collaborative research with leading international institutions.

Central University of Haryana has well developed modern state of art research laboratories with advanced Central instrumentation facilities. Science laboratories are equipped with instruments and facilities such as Gel documentation system, RT-PCR, refrigerated centrifuges, UV-VIS spectrophotometer, HPLC, Flash evaporator, Multimode reader, PCR machines, Flame photometer, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Gassing manifold unit, multi-Stack orbital Shaker, etc for various life science experimentation. The University has developed plant and cell culture facility to advance the research on plant, microbial and human cell cultures. Besides, the University also has facilities such as Bomb calorimeter, Lab. Fermenter, Freeze Dryer, Viscometer, LAF Hood, Incubator, Autoclave for studies related to bioprocessing and food processing. Life Science has also established Work station for genomic studies. In addition, Department of Chemistry has facilities such as FT-IR Spectrophotometer, Gas chromatograph, Electrochemical workstation, BOD incubator, Programmable oven, HPC

Cluster (3 Compute Node and 1 Master Node) Gaussian16 Software (Linux version Only) GaussView6 (1 Window version only) etc. University has also established instrumentation centre with High Resolution Accurate Mass Spectrometer System with nano-LC model Orbitrap Q Exactive plus Mass Spectrometer (LC-MS), Atomic Force Microscope (TOSCA200) with MFM, KPFM and CAFM and NMR facilities available to researchers, students and faculties. The benchtop NMR Spectrometer (Magritek SPINSOLV E 80 MHz) installed at instrumentation facility of University is useful in analysis of the chemical compounds by measuring 1H, 13C and 19F NMR spectral data. Latest computing facility with Software like Matlab, NS2, NS3, CloudSim are also available for researchers, students and faculties in the Department of Physics.

  • Major Area of Research Specialization:
  • The glimpses of major area of research in various Schools and Departments is as under:
  • Plant Biochemistry and Pharmaceutical Biology, Plant Secondary Metabolites, Functional Genomics of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Plant Stress and Development, Oxidative Stress, Aging, Age Associated, Diseases Discovery and development of antifungals & amp; antimicrobials against Candida albicans and S. aureus, Fluoride and Drug resistance Developmental Biology, Cancer Biology, Genetics, Animal Sciences (Department of Biochemistry)
  • Microbial, Plant, and Animal Biotechnology using basic and applied techniques for human welfare (Department of Biotechnology)
  • Bioenergy and Biofuels: Utilization of lignocellulosic biomass for valuable products, Agricultural Microbiology: Production of plant growth promoting bacterial inoculants, Medical Microbiology: Immunological responses towards infection of pathogenic microbes, food borne pathogens, Food Microbiology: Microbial ecology of gut and food safety (Department of Microbiology)
  • Food & Nutrition, Formulation of functional foods, Food composition analysis, Sensory evaluation, Bio-waste utilization, Food Processing, Value addition of coarse cereals and millets, Food & Nutritional Biotechnology, Food Microbiology & Food Safety (Department of Nutrition Biology)
  • Ethnopharmacology of Indigenous medicinal plants, Development of Nanoformulations of selected Natural Products and their evaluation, Standardization and characterization of Ayurvedic/Homeopathic/Unani herbal formulations,Neuropharmacology (Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
  • Hydro-geochemistry, Wastewater Treatment, Carbon Sequestration, Phytoremediation and Bioremediation, Biofuels, Solid Waste Management, Environmental Pollution monitoring and analysis (Department of Environmental Studies)
  • Organic Synthesis, Green and Medicinal Chemistry, Design, Synthesis, Gelation Study and Applications of Low Molecular Mass Gelators, New Reaction Discovery, Total Synthesis of Natural Products, Chemistry of Sulfones, Benzannulation Reactions, Material Science, Nanotechnology, Conducting polymer and rGO based Nanocomposites, Corrosion Science and Sensors, Porous Materials, Metal-Organic Frameworks, Adsorption, Catalysis, Study of performance of APIs, Computational Chemistry: Electronic Structures, Metal Mediated Catalytic Reactions, Spectroscopic Properties, Magnetic Interactions (Department of Chemistry)
  • Rehabilitation Psychology, Guidance & Counselling, Psychometrics, Positive Psychology, Marital Relations, social media, Women Stereotyping, Personality,Psychometrics, Mental Abilities. Clinical & Health Psychology, Health and WellBeing, Addiction Psychology, Quantitative Research, Organizational Behavior/ Industrial Psychology, Social Psychology, Personality, Indian Psychology, Criminal Psychology, Positive Psychology (Department of Psychology)
  • Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, Cloud Computing, Distributed System, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Speech Recognition, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Security of Cyber Physical Systems, Security in IoT and Health Informatics, Soft Computing (Department of Computer Science and Engineering).
  • Power Quality & Reliability, Control System & Automation, Power Electronics & Machine Drives, Hybrid Renewable Energy Sources, Deregulated Electricity Markets, Digital Signal Processing, Image Processing, Special Electrical Machines, Medical Image Processing, Smart Micro-Grid, Electric Vehicles, High Voltage Insulators (Departmental of Electrical Engineering)
  • Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, Lie Algebra, Image Processing, Cryptography, Approximation Theory, Quantum Calculus, Operators Theory and Analysis, Functional Analysis, Frames and Wavellets Theory, Dynamical Sampling, Fuzzy Reliability, Optimization (Department of Mathematics)
  • Banking and Finance, Technological advancement in Banking, Behavioural Finance, Microfinance, Financial Inclusion, Entrepreneurship Development and Women Empowerment, Green Consumption, Impulsive Buying Behaviour, Online Marketing, Human Resource Management, Occupational Stress Management, Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Corporate Finance, Financial Literacy, Financial Development. (Department of Commerce)
  • International Relations, South Asia, India-Pakistan Relations, I.G.P, India's Political Economy and Fiscal Federalism, Foreign Policy, International Relations, Foreign Policy, Global Health Governance/Policy/Diplomacy, UNO, Minority Politics, Social Exclusion, and Caste Politics, Public Policy and Thinkers, Indian Political Thought, Indian Govt. and Politics. (Department of Political Science)

Research collaborations

The University has established research collaborations and linkages with Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, Prof. Yinbo Qu, Shandong University, China, USFDA,

Alagappa University, Tamilnadu, IIT, Indore, NIFTEM, Kundli, NABI, Mohali, CSIRIHBT, Palampur, CSIC-CAIL, Spain. In addition, several new collaborations and MOUs with leading organizations are being established to help exchange facilities among faculty and research students.

Research Promotion Board:

The University has constituted a Research Promotion Board under the Chairmanship of hon’able Vice Chancellor, Prof Tankeshwar Kumar to promote and strengthen Research in the University.

Global Initiative of Academic Networks (GIAN), MHRD

University has conducted several programs under GIAN where distinguished research faculty from foreign Universities have closely interacted with students, research scholars and faculty in sharing the expertise and knowledge.

Research Scholars

University offers research opportunities to doctoral and postdoctoral research scholars with fellowships awarded from UGC, CSIR, ICMR, DBT, ICCR etc. to pursue exciting research goals. Besides fellowship holders, positions from various project are available to students from time to time to work under research projects implemented by faculty of the University.

Guidelines for Sponsored Research Projects