The Department of Chemistry, Miranda House was established in 1948. It currently has three modern and well-equipped Chemistry laboratories. It also has an Instrumentation Laboratory with various instruments enabling the students to carry out all the experiments included in the new syllabus as well as some simple projects. Facilities of a modern computer laboratory are also available to the Department. There is a well-stocked store for apparatus and another for chemicals. The Department Library has a good collection of chemistry books which supplements the wide range of books available in the main library of the College. There is also a reading room equipped with ten computers and comfortable seating arrangement. The faculty is highly qualified and motivated. Some of the faculty members are currently involved in research. They have been recognized as PhD Supervisors and have also presented papers in international conferences. The Department has designated laboratory spaces for experimental work undertaken by the faculty and PhD students. There is also an Instrumentation Lab with state-of-the-art instruments such as Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer, Photocatalytic Reactor, Microwave Oven and Rotary Evaporator. A few faculty members have also authored Chemistry textbooks for undergraduate students. In keeping with the traditions of the Department, the non-academic staff is hardworking, helpful and committed.

The Chemical Society Rasayanika arranges guest lectures by reputed scientists from India and abroad. Dr. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam, Dr. Govardhan Mehta, Dr. R.A. Mashelkar, Dr. M.G.K. Menon, Professor Yash Pal, Dr. Samir K. Brahmachari and Dr. A. S. Matharu of York University, UK are some of the renowned speakers who have addressed the students and faculty over the years. Rasayanika also runs a wall magazine, publishes a printed annual magazine, Rasayani and organises the annual inter-college Chemistry Festival Pratikriya, which is enthusiastically attended by students from institutions all over Delhi.

Every year the majority of Miranda House Chemistry students graduate with First Division and some of them achieve university positions. Several students receive the University Science Meritorious Students’ Award every year. The Department also has a number of INSPIRE scholars in I Year, II Year and III Year. While pursuing the undergraduate Chemistry programme in Miranda House, some students are selected for summer training at the IITs and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore. A number of Miranda House Chemistry graduates are pursuing post-graduation and PhD at the IITs, IISc and Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR) Mumbai and Hyderabad. Some are also doing PhD at top-ranking universities in the US, UK and Europe. Many Chemistry alumnae are faculty members in various colleges, universities and institutions in India and abroad. A number of alumnae are engaged in research work at reputed pharmaceutical companies and research laboratories in India and abroad. They are also well-represented in diverse fields such as computer applications, management, law and the civil services.

A Bridge Course for the students of First Year Chemistry Honours on Laboratory Safety and Handling of Equipment is organised by Department of Chemistry every year. In 2019-20, the Bridge Course was also conducted for the First Year Life Sciences students, for whom Chemistry is one of the three main subjects. The Department also offers add-on certificate courses of contemporary interest. For a number of years, Green Chemistry was being offered as an add-on course. Over the past several years, Nanochemistry add-on course is being offered.


Teachers use following tools/methods to get the effective teaching and better understanding.

  • Active learning models
  • Use of PowerPoint presentations whenever possible
  • Assigning presentation topics to students and holding students’ presentations followed by discussion
  • Use of tactile models for better understanding of molecular structures, stereoisomerism and crystal structures
  • Use of special software where applicable
  • Testing students’ level of knowledge and understanding through pre- and post-lecture and pre- and post-lab quizzes
  • Providing students additional study material, practical handouts and Question Banks
  • Bringing out the fun in learning Chemistry through interesting events such as the Labwork competition

Capacity Building

Department of Chemistry organizes conferences/hands–on workshops for students every year. Some of the recent ones are:

  • Lecture Series on Chemistry For Life: Bonding Through Chemistry, 19-20 October 2023
  • International Conference on Smart Consumption and Sustainable Living (ICSCSL 2023), 23-24 August 2023
  • Seminar on From Benchtop to Bedside Nitric oxide releasing material for Prevention of Thrombosis and Infection of Medical Devices, 17 July 2023
  • A webinar on Intellectual Property Rights under International Intellectual Property Awareness Mission (NIPAM) 6, 12 June 2023
  • Seminar on Women in Science, 2 April 2023
  • IUPAC GWB2023: International Conference on Recent Trends in Chemical Science, 14-15 February 2023
  • Seminar on Metal and Modern Medicine, 29 March 2022
  • IUPAC GWB2022: Recent Advances in Chemistry, 16 February 2022
  • National Webinar: IPR, Patent and Chemistry, 11 August 2021
  • IUPAC GWB2021: International Webinar on Empowering Diversity in Science, 12 February 2021
  • A Virtual International Conference on Chemistry-The Catalyst for Change, 19-20 February 2021
  • National Webinar: Learnings from the Corona Pandemic, 24-25 September 2020
  • IUPAC GWB2020: Symposium on Bonding to Create Future Leaders in Sciences, 12 February 2020
  • National Workshop Nano Road Show-2020, February 2020
  • Substantial participation from Chemistry students and faculty in INSPIRE Science Conclave 2019, 16 - 18 January 2019
  • Symposium on Empowering Women in Chemistry as a part of the Centenary Celebration of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), 12 February 2019.
  • Chemistry students and faculty members participated in and helped in the organizational work for the Biodiversity for Everyone’s Life Conclave, August 2018
  • Indo-Hungarian symposium on Recent Advances in Chemistry and Biology (INHCAB-2017), 11 December 2017
  • One-day workshop on using Gaussian Software in Undergraduate Education conducted, 3 August 2017
  • One-day workshop for school teachers on Online Labs for School Experiments in collaboration with Amrita University, Kerala, 11 April 2017
  • Summer Workshop Flavour of Research organized for undergraduate students of Delhi University for six weeks every year
  • Add-on Certificate Course in Nanochemistry conducted every year
  • Bridge Course on Lab Safety and Handling of Equipment for I Year students organized every year in the first week of August
  • INSPIRE Internship programme held for school children in 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017

All the conferences and workshops give students and faculty exposure to contemporary areas of scientific research in addition to the basic concepts associated with interdisciplinary topics. Students also participate in oral paper presentation and poster presentation competitions held as a part of the workshops/conferences. In the computer-based workshops, students learn the use of a variety of software such as ChemDraw, Argus Lab and Gaussian.

Chemistry students actively participate as mentors in the INSPIRE programme for high school science students. Chemistry undergraduates are usually associated with five different workshops for high school students under INSPIRE. Every year, several renowned scientists and academicians from Chemistry and associated fields are invited to deliver talks to the students. During Pratikriya, the annual Inter-College Chemistry Festival organized for the students, Rasayanika hosts an inter-college Scientific Paper Presentation Competition Eureka! Pratikriya also has other co-curricular activities such as Prayog, the lab work competition. The departmental magazine Rasayani provides a platform for students to write articles on diverse scientific topics and about their experiences in college. Students and teachers went to Kullu, Manali, Manikaran in 2023, Kullu-Manali and Kasol, Himachal Pradesh in 2019, Dalhousie, Khajjiar and McLeod Ganj in 2018, Rajasthan in 2017, Kullu-Manali in 2016, Mussoorie in 2015 and Chandigarh in 2013 for education-cum-sightseeing field trips. The field trips also included visits to Yakult Danone Pvt. Limited, Sonipat, TERI Gram, Gurgaon, TERI University, New Delhi, National Institute of Solar Energy, Gurgaon, ITC Green Centre, Gurgaon, Airports Authority of India Paper Recycling Unit, Ruchi Vihar, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi and other interesting sites.

Student Progression

Some of our alumni who are pursuing M.Sc in reputed institutions across India and overseas


  • Madhoolika Singh (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Tanu Yadav (M.Sc, IIT Bombay)
  • Ganga Patel (M.Sc, IIT Roorkee)
  • Kritika Gaur (Integrated Ph.D, IISc)
  • Supriya Patel(M.Sc, IIT ISM Dhanbad)
  • Shivangi Malviya (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Shweta Gopan C (M.Sc, University of Queensland, Australia)
  • Nasha Punkanddi (M.Sc, Tata Institute of Social Sciences)
  • Urfi Aaliya (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Devika PS (M.Sc, University of Queensland, Australia)
  • Sneha Frijo (M.Sc, CIPET, Kochi)
  • Monika Aggarwal (M.Sc, Jawaharlal Nehru University)


  • Sonam (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Zainab Fatima (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Sakshi (M.Sc, IIT Bombay)
  • Ritu (M.Sc, IIT Roorkee)
  • Snehal (M.Sc, IIT Bombay)
  • Vaishali Singh (NIT Jaipur)
  • Yashsavi (M.Sc, IISER Pune)
  • Dharna Yadav (M.Sc, IIT Roorkee)
  • Faguni (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Shweta (M.Sc, University of Delhi)


  • Richa Singh(M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Sarika Singh (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Rubal (M.Sc, IIT Bombay)
  • Pooja (M.Sc, IIT Roorkee)
  • Ojaswita Pant(M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Hitakshi Mathur (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Sahiba Khan (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Monika Yadav (M.Sc, University of Delhi)


  • Aarti (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Geetika Tiwari (M.Sc, IIT Jodhpur)
  • Pooja Agarwal (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Pankhuri Jain (M.Sc, IIT Madras)
  • Shallu Verma (M.Sc, IIT Delhi)
  • Manju (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Monika Singh (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Nandini Mittal (M.Sc, IIT Roorkee)


  • Anshu Priya (M.Sc, IIT Madras)
  • Rupal Garg (M.Sc, IIT Bombay)
  • Garima Singh (M.Sc, IIT Indore)
  • Pooja (Integrated Ph.D, IIScBanglore)
  • Bhairavi Tripathi (M.Sc, BHU)
  • Asha Pandey (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Deepa Shekawat (M.Sc, University of Delhi)
  • Megha Verma (M.Sc, University of Delhi)

Some of our alumni who are currently pursuing PhD in reputed national/international institutions:

  • Kritika Gaur (2023), Integrated PhD, Indian Institute of Science, Bangaluru
  • Archana Kumari (2021), Integrated PhD, Indian Institute of Science, Bangaluru
  • Shallu Verma (2020), PhD Bio-analytical Chemistry, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Karisma Agarwal (2019), PhD, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA
  • Priyanka Jain (2019), PhD, Institute of Physiology, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany
  • Deeksha (2018), PhD, University of Arizona, USA
  • Ojasvi Verma (2018), Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA
  • Shaileyee Bhattacharya (2017), PhD Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institut, Villigen, Switzerland
  • Kriti Kapil (2017), PhD Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA
  • Ishita Chandra (2017), PhD Chemistry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA

Students and Research


Faculty Achievements

Several Chemistry faculty members of Department of Chemistry, Miranda House have been invited as guest speakers by various reputed national and international institutes to present their research work. They have also participated as resource personnel in online faculty development programmes (FDP’s) and short-term training programmes. Their experiences have motivated students to build careers in science


  • Dr Kalawati Saini, invited speaker,Gyan Ganga Programme, Government of Rajasthan, 27-28 January 2021
  • Dr Smriti Sharma Bhatia, best oral presentation award,International Conference on Molecular Structure and Instrumental Approaches, Gujrat, 26-27 November 2020
  • Dr Smriti Sharma Bhatia, Resource Person, online FDP,Application of ICT in Teaching and Chemical Research, 6-10 October 2020
  • Dr Mallika Pathak, invited talk,Journey towards Quality in the workshop on Quality Enhancement in Autonomous Colleges in AP, Commissionerate of Collegiate Education, Government of Andhra Pradesh, 29 September 2020
  • Dr Sharda Mahilkar Sonkar and Dr Sujata Sengupta, invited lecture, Online Workshop cum Guest Lecture series on Chemistry Education for Undergraduates: Opportunities and Career Prospects, Sibsagar College, Joysagar, Assam, 17 December 2020


  • Dr Mallika Pathak and Dr Malti Sharma conducted a hands-on workshop for school students of Classes IX and X, School of Excellence, Khichdipur to illustrate the concept Science as Fun, 14 January 2020
  • Dr Sharda M. Sonkar and Dr Sujata Sengupta, Best Poster award, ACS workshop Greening Our Education System, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi in association with Hindu College, 19 December 2019
  • Dr Mallika Pathak, resource person, Student Science Village, India International Science Festival, Kolkata, 5-8 November 2019
  • Dr Poonam, invited speaker, International Workshop on Chemistry and Chemical Biology of Carbohydrates, Nucleic acids and Antibiotics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences Mátrafüred, Hungary, 22 May 2019
  • Dr Poonam, Visiting Fellow, Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, University of Debrecen, Hungary, 21- 29 May 2019
  • Dr Kalawati Saini, invited speaker, International Conference on Advanced Materials(ICAM), Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology(CNN), Jamia Millia Islamia, 6-8 March 2019

Apart from research papers in reputed journals, some Chemistry faculty members have also published books. Dr Malti Sharma published the book titled Chemistry: Inorganic and Organic (Volume VI) in 2019. Dr Sharda M. Sonkar and Dr Sujata Sengupta published the book titled Green Chemistry: An Introduction in April 2019.

Distinguished Alumnae

A number of students after completing their post-graduation and PhD serve as college and university teachers and research scientists. Many complete MBA and go on to become managers. Yet others become IAS officer, Air Force pilots, lawyers, computer professionals etc. Some students get extremely prestigious awards and scholarships to enable them to carry out postgraduate and doctoral studies in national/international institutions. Some alumnae who are pursuing/have completed PhD in India/abroad

  • Archana Kumari (2021), Integrated PhD, Indian Institute of Science, Bangaluru
  • Shallu Verma (2020), PhD Chemistry, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
  • Karisma Agarwal (2019), PhD, George Washington University, Washington DC, USA
  • Priyanka Jain (2019), PhD, Institute of Physiology, Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg, Germany
  • Pooja Gakhad (2019), PhD, Indian Institute of Science, Bangaluru
  • Deeksha (2018), PhD Chemistry, University of Arizona, USA
  • Ojasvi Verma (2018), PhD Chemistry, Rice University, Houston, Texas, USA
  • Shaileyee Bhattacharya (2017), PhD Chemistry, Paul Scherrer Institüt, Villigen, Switzerland
  • Kriti Kapil (2017), PhD Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA
  • Ishita Chandra (2017), PhD Chemistry, Michigan State University, East Lansing, USA
  • Jyoti Aggarwal (2016), PhD Leadership Studies, University of Lynchburg, Virginia, USA
  • Geetika Dhanda (2016), PhD Antimicrobial Research Lab, Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Bengaluru
  • R. Kartik Lakshmi (2015), PhD Biochemistry, University of California, San Diego, USA
  • Swati Sharma (2015), PhD Polymeric Biomaterials, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
  • Sakshi Mehta (2015), PhD Chemistry, Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru
  • Kritika Katyayan (2015), PhD Public Policy & Management, Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta
  • Gurpreet Kaur (2014), PhD Chemistry, University of Oslo, Norway
  • Tenzin Tsering (2014), PhD Environmental Science, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland
  • Shreemoyee Kumar (2014), PhD, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay
  • Nisha Hasija (2013), PhD Chemistry, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
  • Sweta Gehlot (2013), PhD, IRCELYON University of Lyon, France
  • Neelakshi Shaku (2013), PhD, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur
  • Shalini Kumari (2012), PhD Chemistry, Freie Universität, Berlin
  • Omanjana Goswami (2012), PhD Earth & Environmental Science, Rutgers-Newark University, New Jersey, USA
  • Monika Chongtham (2012), PhD Neuroscience, Max Planck Institüt, Germany
  • Rumia Basu (2011), PhD Soil Science, Agriculture and Food Development Authority, Cork, Republic of Ireland
  • Aditi Banerjee (2010), PhD Chemistry, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, USA
  • Garima Shukla (2009), PhD Chemistry, LRCS, University de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens, France
  • Pallavi Kiran (2008), PhD Chemistry, Freie Universität, Berlin
  • Manasa Rath (2008), PhD Chemistry, Rutgers University, New Jersey, USA
  • Tvisha Misra (2007), PhD Chemistry, University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Ramya Srinivasan (2006), PhD Chemistry, University of Vermont, USA
  • Soumya Rastogi (2006), PhD Chemistry, University of Maryland, USA
  • Ankita Narain (2005), PhD Science Policy, University of Maryland, USA
  • Chandreyee Saha (2005), PhD Chemistry, University of Bristol, UK

A large number of alumnae hold academic positions including teaching and research in Indian and international Universities/research institutes/government organisations. Some are also associated with school education in both teaching and administrative positions. A small illustrative list is given below:

  • Pankhuri Jain (2020), Associate QA Scientist, Schrödinger Industry, New York, USA
  • Nidhi Chaudhary (2017), Scientific Assistant, Indian Meteorological Department, Mumbai
  • Dr Manaswee Barua (2015) Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Connecticut, USA
  • Dr Shivali Banerjee (2014), Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, USA
  • Mannu Mann (2013), Scientific Officer, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC) Mumbai
  • Dr Sandhya Bhatia (2013), Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Centre, Texas, USA
  • Dr Monika Dhankhar (2013), Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, USA
  • Dr Aditi Krishna Dave (2012), Post-Doctoral Fellow, University of Tubingen, Germany
  • Dr Mahima Khandewal (2008), Research Professor, Material Science and Engineering Department, Korea University, Seoul, South Korea
  • Dr Priyanka Agarwal (2008), Post-Doctoral Fellow, Asia Pacific Centre for Theoretical Physics, Pohang, South Korea
  • Dr Gayatri Kumari (2008), Research Associate, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay
  • Dr Ritu Gupta (2007), Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Jodhpur
  • Dr Soumya Rastogi (2006), Assistant Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Maryland, USA
  • Dr Anshita Sudershan (2005), Scientist, SABIC, Bangalore
  • Dr Chandreyee Saha (2005), Assistant Professor, Galgotias University, Delhi
  • Dr Shivangi Nangia (2003), Assistant Professor, University of Hartford, USA
  • Dr Sonia Gandhi (2001), Scientist D, Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, Delhi
  • Dr Deepshikha Angrish (2001), Senior Scientist, Labcyte and Stanford School of Medicine, USA
  • Dr Vasudha Sharma (1999), Professor of Chemistry, Valencia College, Orlando, FL, USA
  • Dr Dipti Kakkar (1997), Scientist G, Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, Delhi
  • Dr Ruchi Anand (1996), Professor, Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai
  • Prof. Marilyn Milton (1995), Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi
  • Dr Amrita Kaur Sakhi (1992), Scientist, Institute of Public Health, Oslo, Norway
  • Dr Piyali Dasgupta (1992), Associate Professor, Joan C Edwards School of Medicine, Marshall University, West Virginia, USA
  • Dr Sumita Singh (1991), Professor, Department of Chemistry, Everett Community College, Washington, USA
  • Dr Madhushree Ghosh (1991), Head, Business and Corporate Development, AltheaDx Biotech Company, San Diego, USA
  • Anu Vashisth (1989), Principal, Ramjas Primary School, Ballimaran, Delhi
  • Sameera Gulati (1989), Dean Academics (Academic Coordinator), Tagore International School, East of Kailash, New Delhi
  • Dr Sowmya Raghavan (1989), Consultant, Strand Life Sciences, Bengaluru
  • Prof. Mamta Sharma (1988), Principal, Aditi Mahavidyalaya, University of Delhi
  • Veena Goel (1986), Principal, Apeejay School, Pitampura, Delhi
  • Dr K.V. Lakshmi (1986), Chairperson, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, New York, USA
  • Dr Sulekha Coticone (1983), Professor, College of Arts & Science, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida, USA

Some MH Chemistry alumnae in important managerial, administrative and miscellaneous positions are:

  • Monika Dixit (2018), Market Risk Analyst, Deutsche Bank, Pune, Maharashtra
  • Amishi Tewari (2018), Research Analyst at CSTEP - Centre for Study of Science Technology and Policy, Delhi
  • Surabhi (2018), Environment Officer, OP Jindal University
  • Punisha Kardam (2017), Assistant Producer, India Today, Delhi
  • Mahima Rajut (2016), Civil Services, UP PCS Officer
  • Raksha Jain (2016), Senior Materials Engineer, Sekisui Chemical Co Ltd, Japan
  • Nitu Singh (2015), IAS officer
  • Akansha Chauhan (2015), Search Specialist, Google
  • Mahevash Khan (2014), Manager, Godrej Consumer Products Limited
  • Urvana Menon (2009), Program Leader, Sustainable Infrastructure and Climate Resilience, WWF Myanmar
  • Ojaswini Kapoor (2007), CEO – Marketing and Administration, Fortis-Bloom IVF Centre, New Delhi
  • Neha Batta (2006), Officer Sales and Marketing, Jaypee Greens, Real Estate division of Jaypee Group
  • Linda Kshetrimayum (2004), Group Manager, patent team, BASF
  • Chaoba Phuritshabam (2003), Deputy Manager in a multinational pharmaceutical company's patent team
  • Aarti Khanna (2003), Assistant General Manager, Hindustan Times (Media Marketing Division )
  • Nabamita Das Gupta (2002), Manager, State Bank of India
  • Arpita Kulshreshtha (2002), Patent Attorney and Partner, Anand and Anand, New Delhi
  • Mamta Kaushik (2001), Data Analyst, St Vincent's, Melbourne, Australia
  • Pritesh Dagar (2001), Artist and Founder, Art'zire, Bangalore
  • Deedhiti Saikia (2001), Founder Director, Laxmipriya De`cor, New Delhi
  • Dr Debodhonyaa Sengupta (2000), Associate Attorney at Dentons US LLP, USA
  • Leena Singh (1997), Director, Content Solutions, Burlington English
  • Gitanjali Gupta (1991), IAS officer (received the MHAA Excellence and Achievement Award in March 2017)
  • Somya Satsangi (1990), Board Member, Dr Lal Pathlabs Pvt Ltd
  • Sonali Sinha (1990), Attorney-at-Law and Legal Strategist, Humira, USA
  • Ranjana Chaudhary (1989), Deputy Director, Customs and Excise, Government of India
  • Vasumathi Thyagarajan (1989), Senior Director Projects, Cognizant, Chennai
  • Seema Jere Bisht (1985), Principal Additional Director General, Directorate General of Goods and Services Tax Intelligence, Mumbai Zonal Unit

Miranda House alumnae who are faculty members in different University of Delhi colleges are too numerous to list. Several such alumnae are also members of the Chemistry faculty in Miranda House.

  • Dr Kavita Bhatia, Atma Ram Sanatan Dharma
  • Dr Vijay Verma, Sri Venkateswara
  • Dr Bani Roy, Miranda House
  • Dr Sushmita Choudhuri, Gargi
  • Dr Manjula Singh, Shivaji
  • Dr Shuchi Sharma, Daulat Ram
  • Dr Anita Chugh, Gargi
  • Dr Keya Sur, Gargi
  • Prof. Kalpana Bharara, Kirori Mal
  • Dr Pinky, Maitreyi
  • Dr Shashi, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya
  • Dr B. Vaijayanthi, Gargi
  • Professor N. Latha, Sri Venkateswara
  • Dr Sangeeta Handa, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya
  • Professor Mamta Sharma, Principal, Aditi Mahvidyalaya
  • Dr Vinita Narula, Hindu
  • Dr Vandana Katoch, Shivaji
  • Dr Himanshu, Hansraj
  • Prof. Marilyn D Milton, Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi
  • Dr Chetna Angrish, Deen Dayal Upadhyaya
  • Dr Shallu Sindhwani, Acharya Narendra Dev
  • Dr Shilpi Bhatnagar, Deshbandhu
  • Dr Shilpi Khurana, Deshbandhu
  • Prof. Mallika Pathak, Miranda House
  • Prof. Sharda M Sonkar, Miranda House
  • Dr Mohsineen Wazir, Zakir Hussain
  • Dr Jyoti Tyagi, Zakir Hussain
  • Dr Parul Pant, Hansraj
  • Nutan Rani, Miranda House
  • Dr Anshika Lumb, Miranda House
  • Dr Tripti Kumari, Gargi