Dr. Satya Vir Singh

Department/School/Unit Name
Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, IIT(BHU)
Phone No(s): 9452924266
Email: svsingh.che@iitbhu.ac.in
Area of Interest: Adsorption, catalysis, membrane separations, Fruit and vegetable processing, Process Development
 (Subjects) Institution Year Marks & Division
B. Sc. Engg Chemical Engineering Zakir Husain College of Engg & Tech, AMU, Aligarh June 1992 CPI 7.08/10 ≈ 67.3%
1st Division
M. Tech Process Engg & Design IIT , Delhi May 1996 CGPA*
Ph.D Chemical Engineering IIT , Delhi March 2006  
Duration Organisation Post held
01/07/1997 to 20/06/1998 Department of Chemical Engineering
Dr KN Modi Institute of  Engg & Tech, Modinagar UP
22/06/1998 to 24/02/1999 Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and Technology (CIPHET) PAU Campus Ludhiana -141004 (Punjab) (ICAR Institute) Scientist
25/02/1999 to 21/06/2004 Central Institute of Post Harvest Engineering and Technology (CIPHET) Malout- Hanumangarh bypass ABOHAR-152116 (Punjab) Scientist
21/06/2004to 21/07/2007 Scientist senior scale
23/07/2007 to 22/07/2010 Department of Chemical Engineering & Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi (U.P.) 221005, India Reader
23/07/2010 to 03/12/2017 Associate Professor
04/12/2017 to continue Professor
Name Year of Completion Title of Thesis Co-guides (if any)
M.Tech. thesis supervised
1 Laxmi Deepak Bhatlu 2010 Recovery of naringin from kinnow (Citrus reticulata Blanco) peel  
2 Shriram S 2010 Development of process technology for recovery of valuable oxides from red mud- A waste from aluminium industry  
3 Prashant Katiyar 2011 Recovery of naringin and pectin from kinnow (Citrus reticulata Blanco) peel  
4 Ram Singh 2011 Recovery of iron and aluminium oxides from fly ash  
5 Narendra Kumar 2011 Treatment of laundry waste water for reuse  
6 Anjali Verma 2012 Spray drying of debittered citrus juice.  
7 Amit Kumar Rathore 2012  Solid liquid mass transfer coefficient  in agitated vessel  
8 Sushmit A Ilame 2012 Membrane filtration of citrus juice  
9 Sudhakar Saroj 2013 Removal of color from carpet industry effluent  
10 Mohini Mishra 2013 Extraction of essential oil from citrus peels  
11 Sachin Sharma 2013 Recovery of lecithin from crude soybean oil  
12 Gaurav 2013 Color (Direct Red- 7) removal from waste water using different biosorbent. Prof D Mohan
13 Sadhna 2014 Preparation of silver nano particles in micro reactor  
14 Madhvi 2014 Preparation of TiO2 nanoparticles by sol-gel method.  
15 Pankaj Hulke 2015 Microstructural studies during drying of fruits and vegetables  
16 Ichhesh Chaudhary 2015 Solid liquid mass transfer coefficient  in agitated vessel  
17 Giri Maheshwari 2017 Synthesis of Iron nano particles by sol-gel method and their application for arsenic removal  
18 Anshu Kumari 2017 Spray drying of carrot juice  
19 Shubham Khandelwal 2017 Production of biodiesel from non edible Karanja oil  
20 Farindra Kumar Mahto 2018  Catalytic hydrolysis of MCC and wheat straw derived cellulose using chlorine containing CSA catalyst  
21 Shushil Kumar 2018 The Effect of Torrefaction of Wheat Straw For Fermentable Sugar Production
22 Abhishek Kumar 2019 Synthesis of SnOdoped in ZnO nanoparticle prepared by Sol-Gel method  
23 Amit Kumar Gomey 2019 Synthesis of undoped and Tiodoped ⋎-Fe2Onanoparticles by sol gel method and its
adsorption on congo red dye
24 Veeresh Verma 2019 Simultaneous doping of cation (Cu) and anion (I) in TiOnano-particles by Sol Gel Method  






Year of Completion/

Title of Thesis

Co-guides (if any)

Ph.D.  Awarded


Dr Laxmi Deepak Bhatlu M


   Value addition to citrus processing residue   

Prof A K Verma


Dr Sushmit A Ilame


Clarification of Kinnow (Citrus reticulata Blanco) Juice by Centrifugation, Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration



Dr. Sudhakar Saroj


Photocatalytic degradation of dye (Direct Blue 199) from carpet industry waste water using synthesized anion and cation doped TiO2 photocatalysts



Ms Neha


Study of Simultaneous Catalytic Oxidation of CO and Soot Emitted from Diesel Fueled Engines



Ph.D.  Ongoing



Year of


Broad area



Mr Veeresh Vertma


TiO2 based Nanoparticles for Photocatalytic degradation of dyes



Mr Abhisek Anand


Separation of hydrogen by membranes from steam reformed methane



Publications in refereed Journals
1. Satya Vir Singh (2002) A method to reduce mechanical injuries during harvesting of kinnow fruits using a vessel filled with water. Journal of Agricultural Engineering. vol. 39(1):61-63.
2. Satya Vir Singh, R.K. Jain, A.K. Gupta and A.S. Dhatt (2003) Debittering of citrus juices- a-review Journal of Food Science and Technology (India) 40(3):247-253 SCI, IF - 1.85  
3. Satya Vir Singh, A.K. Gupta, R.K. Jain, 2008, Adsorption of naringin on nonionic (neutral) macroporus adsorbent resin from its aqueous solutions. Journal of Food Engineering, 86, 259-271  SCI, IF - 3.625                                                                                    
4. Satya Vir Singh, R.K. Jain, A. K. Gupta (2009) Changes in quality of debittered kinnow juice during storage. Journal of Food Science and Technology (India) 46(6), 598-600     SCI, IF - 1.85
5. Satya Vir Singh, R.K. Jain, A. K. Gupta (2009) Effect of harvesting and methods of juice extraction on quality of kinnow juice Indian Food Packer, 63(6), 144-50
6. Satya Vir Singh (2012) Variation in TDS of fresh kinnow fruit with storage at ambient conditions. Indian Food Packer, 66(5), 29-31
7. Rajat Jain, Satya Vir Singh, 2013, Spray drying of watermelon juice. Indian Food Packer, 67(1), 84-87
8. Ashok Kumar Yadav, Satya Vir Singh (2014) Osmotic dehydration of fruits and vegetables: a review. Journal of Food Science and Technology (India) 51(9): 1654-1673    SCI, IF - 1.85 
9. Anjali Verma and Satya Vir Singh (2015) Spray Drying of Fruit and Vegetable Juices- A Review Accepted in Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition Volume: 55, Issue: 05, pages 704 - 722. SCI, IF - 5.492                                                                                  
10. Susmit Ilame;  Satya Vir Singh (2015Application of Membrane Separation in Fruit and Vegetable Juice Processing: A Review. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition Volume: 55, Issue: 07, pages 964 - 986. SCI, IF - 5.492                                                   
11.Satya Vir Singh and Anjali Verma (2015) "Spray Drying of Mosambi Juice in lab" Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A. Volume 95 , Issue 1 (DOI: 0.1007/s40030-014-0072-0)  SCOPUS INdexed
12.  Laxman Singh, Ill Won Kim, Satya Vir Singh, Byung Cheol Sin, Sang Kook Woo, Youngil Lee.(2014) Dielectric, ac-impedance and modulus spectroscopic studies of Nano-crystalline Bi0.5Na0.5TiO3 Synthesized by Using One Pot Glycine Assisted Solution Combustion from inexpensive TiO2" Published on line Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (JMSE) 26, 867–883DOI 10.1007/s10854-014-2477-y    SCI, IF - 1.798                         
13. Satya Vir Singh, R.K. Jain, A. K. Gupta (2015) Adsorptive Reduction of Naringin from Kinnow Mandarin Juice with Non-Ionic Macroporous Adsorbent Resin. ted in Indian Chemical Engineer pp1-21 DOI 10.1080/00194506.2015.1006144. SCOPUS INdexed
14.  Sudhakar Saroj , Satya Vir Singh and Devendra Mohan (2015) Removal of colour (Direct Blue 199) from carpet industry wastewater using different biosorbents (Maize Cob, Citrus Peel and Rice Husk) Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering ,40:1553–1564 DOI: 10.1007/s13369-015-1630-0 SCI, IF - 0.728
15. Chandradhwaj Nayak, SatyaVir Singh, and A. K.Verma (2015) Drying of Green Peas Using Short Duration Pulses of Hot Air. Indian Food Packer 69(2): 102-105
16. Ram Singh, Laxman Singh and Satya Vir Singh (2015) Beneficiation of Iron and Aluminium oxides from Fly Ash at Lab scale.   International  Journal of Mineral Processing 145:32-37 DOI 10.1016/j.minpro.2015.08.001  SCI, IF - 1.617                                    
17. Madhvi , Laxman Singh, Sudhakar Saroj, Youngil Lee, Satya Vir Singh (2015) Facile synthesis of nano-crystalline anatase TiO2 and their applications in degradation of Direct blue 199. Accepted in Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics (JMSE) DOI: 10.1007/s10854-015-4061-5  SCI, IF - 1.798
18. Laxmi Deepak Bhatlu M,  Satya Vir Singh, Ashok Kumar Verma (2016) Recovery of Naringin from Kinnow (Citrus reticulata Blanco) peels by Adsorption- Desorption Technique Using Indigenous Resin.  Sadhana - Academy Proceedings in Engineering Science DOI 10.1007/s12046-016-0583-7    SCI, IF - 0.465                
19. Laxmi Deepak Bhatlu M, Prashant Katiyar, Satya Vir Singh, Ashok Kumar Verma (2016) Pre-harvest Dropped Kinnow (Citrus reticulate Blanco) Waste Management through the Extraction of Naringin and Pectin from their Peels Using Indigenous Resin. Published on line Journal of The Institution of Engineers (India): Series A Vol. 97, Issue 3 . SCOPUS INdexed
 20. Susmit Ilame;  Satya Vir Singh (2018Physico-chemical properties of ultrafiltered kinnow (mandarin) fruit juice Journal of Food Science and Technology (India) Volume 55 (6): 2189-2196 DOI 10.1007/s13197-018-3136-8 SCI, IF - 1.85
 21. Sudhakar Saroj, Laxman Singh, Satya Vir Singh, Photodegradation of Direct Blue-199 in carpet industry wastewater using iron-doped TiO2 nanoparticles and regenerated photocatalyst, International Journal of  Chemical  Kinetics. 2018; (6) 1–17. DOI: 10.1002/kin.21243 SCI, IF -1.416
22. Sudhakar Saroj, Laxman Singh, Rajiv Ranjan, Satya Vir Singh, Enhancement of photocatalytic activity and regeneration of Fe doped TiO2 (Ti1-xFexO2) nanocrystalline particles synthesized via inexpensive TiO2 precursor, Research on Chemical Intermediates, 2018, DOI: 10.1007/s11164-018-3708-2 SCI, IF - 1.674
 Book Chapter:
23. Satya Vir Singh and Ashok Kumar Verma (2015) Mathematical Modeling in Foods: Review;  in Emerging Technologies and Innovations in Food Engineering by Murlidhar Meghwal and M R Goyal under book series, “Innovations in Agrc. & Biological Engineering”, to be published by Apple Academic Press, Inc., USA

Popular articles, Bulletins:

1 Dinesh Singh, P.C. Sarkar, R.R. Sharma and Satya Vir Singh 2006 Momikaran dwara badayen Kinnow ka tudai uprant jeevan. Phal-Phool
2 V.K. Garg, Satyendra Kumar, Satya Vir Singh 2007 Rotary Maize cob sheller developed at CIPHET ICAR News January-March 
3 V.K. Garg, Satyendra Kumar, Satya Vir Singh 2006 Rotary Maize cob sheller developed at CIPHET ICAR Reporter July to September 
4 V.K. Garg, Satyendra Kumar, Satya Vir Singh 2006 CIPHET Rotary Maize cob sheller Technical Bulletin No.: CIPHET/Pub./06/2006 CIPHET


Dr. J.S. Pruthi Memorial Award- 2016 for Development of New Products/New Process/New Machinery in the area of Fruit & Vegetable Technology by All India Food Processors’ Association.

1. Organized EDP course on “Modern methods of processing of kinnow” at CIPHET Abohar in 2006 of one  week duration
2. Initiative was taken and conducted a training program “ Hindi Bhasha Aur Karya Shala” duration of one week. In this four scientists of non-Hindi speaking regions and posted at CIPHET Abohar participated. This enhanced their Hindi reading skill and benefited them to work in Hindi.
3.  Organized  as convener Workshop/ Short Course on “Renewable Energy and Sustainable Development” during  January 18-22, 2016  at CERD IIT BHU, Varanasi.

Courses taught at PG level:
1.Multi- Component Separations  
2.  Renewable Energy Technology
3. Food Engineering for M Sc Food Science student  of Institute of agricultural Sciences ,BHU
Courses taught at UG level:
1.  Fluid particle Mechanics and Mechanical operations.
2.  Transport Phenomena ( For Integrated M Tech part II  mathematics and computing students) 
3. Unit operations II ( For Integrated M Tech part III   Industrial Engg Chemistry students)
4. Physico-chemical principles
5. Energy resource Utilization
6. Process Calculation
At K NMIET Modinagar
7.Transport Phenomena
8. Material and Energy Balance
9. Chemical Technology-I
10.Multicomponent Distillation
11.Chemical Reaction Engineering I
Laboratory and other classes
1. Energy lab
2. Pharma lab (fluid mechanics and mass transfer)
3. Seminar and Group discussion  B.tech
4. Seminar M Tech
5. Heat Transfer lab
6. Industrial pollution control lab