Lalit Narayan Mithila University

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Darbhanga, India

The Lalit Narayan Mithila University was started in 1972. The university initially started functioning from the Mohanpur House at Sara Mohanpur village of Darbhanga–Sakri route. In 1975, it was shifted to the campus belonging to Raj Darbhanga.The university is in Darbhanga town, popularly known as the heart. Mithila, an ancient cultural region of North India lies between the lower range of the Himalayas and the Ganges river. The university imparts education in fields such as Humanities, Social Science, Life Science, Commerce and Medicine, etc., with undergraduate and postgraduate courses. More than 400 faculty are engaged in teaching and research. The institute has a residential campus of about 200 acres with modern facilities and support services for its students and faculties.At present the University has total 67 College as on follows :- Wikipedia.


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Yadav K.,Samastipur College | Kumari A.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University | Kumar M.,Smrck College
Asian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2013

Densitites (r), visocisities (h) and ultrasonic velocities for binary liquid mixtures formed from benzene and carbon tetrachloride with cumene and psedocumene have been measured at two different temperatures 303.15 and 293.15 K. Excess volume of mixing (nE), deviation of excess volume (ΔnE) from ideal mole fraction law and parameter (d) as a measure of strengh of interaction between components of binary mixtures have been calculated from the data of densities and viscosities. Excess volumes have been found to be negative and positive in sign for binary mixtrue of carbon tetrachloride with cumene and pseudocumene and carbon tetrachloride with benzene at entire mole-fraction range and at both temperatures 303.15 and 293.15 K. On the other hand, Dh were found to be negative for binary mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with cumene and pseudocumene except the binary mixture of carbon tetrachloride with benzene at entire mole fraction range and temperatures mentioned. Positive value of excess volumes for three mixtures (carbon tetrachloride with benzene, cumene and pseudocumene) show weak molecular interactions between components. However, the negative value of Dh for binary mixtures of carbon tetrachloride with cumene and pseudocunene show weak interactions between components. The experimental values of excess volumes of mixing (nE) have been analyzed in the light of Flory's theory.


Mahto K.K.,Jawaharlal Nehru University | Mahto K.K.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University | Singh A.,Jawaharlal Nehru University | Khandelwal N.K.,Jawaharlal Nehru University | And 3 more authors.
PLoS ONE | Year: 2014

A critical question among the researchers working on fungal lipid biology is whether the use of an enriched growth medium can affect the lipid composition of a cell and, therefore, contribute to the observed phenotypes. One presumption is that enriched medias, such as YPD (yeast extract, peptone and dextrose), are likely to contain lipids, which may homogenize with the yeast lipids and play a role in masking the actual differences in the observed phenotypes or lead to an altered phenotype altogether. To address this issue, we compared the lipids of Candida albicans, our fungus of interest, grown in YPD or in a defined media such as YNB (yeast nitrogen base). Mass spectrometry-based lipid analyses showed differences in the levels of phospholipids, including phosphatidylinositol, phosphatidylglycerol, lysophospholipids; sphingolipids, such as mannosyldiinositolphosphorylceramide; and sterols, such as ergostatetraenol. Significant differences were observed in 70 lipid species between the cells grown in the two media, but the two growth conditions did not affect the morphological characteristics of C. albicans. The lipid profiles of the YNB- and YPD-grown C. albicans cells did vary, but these differences did not influence their response to the majority of the tested agents. Rather, the observed differences could be attributed to the slow growth rate of the Candida cells in YNB compared to YPD. Notably, the altered lipid changes between the two media did impact the susceptibility to some drugs. This data provided evidence that changes in media can lead to certain lipid alterations, which may affect specific pathways but, in general, do not affect the majority of the phenotypic properties of C. albicans. It was determined that either YNB or YPD may be suitable for the growth and lipid analysis of C. albicans, depending upon the experimental requirements, but additional precautions are necessary when correlating the phenotypes with the lipids. © 2014 Mahto et al.


Mishra R.K.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University | Thakur B.G.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Asian Journal of Chemistry | Year: 2015

Ten new coloured solid complexes of type [ML2X2], Where M=La(III), Pr(III), Nd(III), Sm(III) & Dy(III), 'L' = Ligand i.e., N-(3-methylthiocarbamyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-4-ylene-N′-(4′-antipyrine)hydrazine (HATP) and N-(3-methyl-1-thiocarbamyl-5-oxo-2-pyrazolin-4-ylene)-N′-(4′-benzothiazole)hydrazine (HBTP) and 'X'=H2O have been synthesized and characterized by their elemental analysis, molar conductance values, magnetic susceptibilities, UV, IR and NMR spectral studies. Elemental analysis confirms 1:2 stoichiometry of the synthesized complexes. Spectral studies confirms that the ligand 'HATP' and 'HBTP' acts as tetradentate and tridentate, respectively and coordinates to central metal ion by 'N' and 'O' donor atoms. Complexes are ten and eight coordinated. Further the ligands and synthesized complexes have been screened for their antibacterial activity against some Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria.


Kargupta A.N.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University | Kumari S.,Lalit Narayan Mithila University
Phytomorphology: An International Journal of Plant Morphology | Year: 2015

The present paper deals with the description of three taxa of Bulbochaete. Of these, two are nannandrous: B. elatior (Pringsh.) Hirn, B. affinis Hirn and one is macrandrous: B.allorgei Gauth-Lièvre. The species Bulbochaete affinis, is the second record from India after Patil et al (2015) from Maharashtra, while the other two species i.e., B. elatior (Pringsh.) Hirn and B. allorgei Gauth.-Lièvre are being recorded for the first time from the state of Bihar.


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