Dr. Manisha Malviya

Associate Professor
Department/School/Unit Name
Department of Chemistry, IIT-BHU
Phone No(s): 7985864562
Email: manisha.apc@iitbhu.ac.in
Area of Interest: Synthetic Organic chemistry, Heterocyclic chemistry, Material Synthesis, Fuctional materials, Fuel Cell, Electrochemistry, Real Time analysis of reactions, Operando studies, Electrocatalysis
  1. Rishabh Mishra, Manisha Malviya, Cobalt di selenide embedded melamine paraformaldehyde resin: A robust and efficient electrocatalyst for OER and Operando investigations (International Journal Of Hydrogen Energy), I.F: 7.2,     https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijhydene.2023.10.240 
  2. Maurya, K. K., Singh, K., & Malviya, M. (2023). Effect of palladium and its nanogeometry on the redox electrochemistry of tetracyanoquinodimethane modified electrode; application in electrochemical sensing of ascorbic acid. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, 1-12. I.F: 2.9  doi: 10.1007/s10800-023-01878-z
  3. Singh, K., Maurya, K., & Malviya, M. (2023). Influence of Pd Nanostructures on The Redox Electrochemistry of Ferrocene Monocarboxylic Acid and Ferrocene for Ascorbic Acid Sensing. Analytical and Bioanalytical Electrochemistry15(7), 516-530. I.F: 1.2  doi: 10.22034/abec.2023.706502
  4. Singh, K., Singh, C., Maurya, K. K., & Malviya, M. (2023). Redox electrochemistry of electrodes tuned with dimethyl ferrocene based on Co–NC–Pd nanogeometry: an impedimetric sensor for NADH sensing. I.F: 2.8 Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics, 34(27), 1898. doi:10.1007/s10854-023-11257-1
  5. Verma, N., Mishra, V. K., Singh, S., Malviya, M., & Sagar, R. (2023). Electro-organic green synthesis of dicyano-2-(2-oxoindolin-3-ylidene) malononitriles using molecular iodine as catalyst. RSC advances, 13(22), 15024-15030. I.F: 4.036 doi.org/10.1039/D3RA02152A
  6. Verma, N., Tyagi, R., Khanna, A., Malviya, M., & Sagar, R. (2023). Electro-organic synthesis of isatins and hydrazones through C–N cross-coupling and C (sp 2)–H/C (sp 3)–H functionalization. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry, 21(33), 6707-6714. I.F: 3.2 doi.org/10.1039/D3OB01128C
  7. Singh, K., Singh, C., & Malviya, M. (2022, November). An Electrochemical Ascorbic Acid Sensor Constructed by Ferrocene Palladium Nanoparticles Modified Graphite. In International Conference on Nanotechnology: Opportunities and Challenges (pp. 383-388). Singapore: Springer Nature Singapore. doi:10.1007/978-981-99-4685-3_55
  8. Critical Study of Electrochemical Sensors and Biosensors Based on First-Row Transition Metals, their Oxides, and Noble Metals Nanoparticles (Journal of Analysis and Testing) I.F: 4.7 (Accepted)
  9. Fabrication of dopamine sensor based on a carbon paste electrode modified with tetracyanoquinodimethane and cobalt tungstate nanoparticles (Journal of Materials Science: Materials in Electronics), I.F: 2.8 (Accepted)
  10. Synthesis of imidazole fused nitrogen bridge head heterocycles catalysed by lypase and their antifungal and anti microbial activity  (RSC Advances), I.F: 3.9,  Feb, 2024, http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/d3ra07145f
  11. Electrochemical determination of dopamine using Ni-Pd bimetallic decorated MWCNT. (Journal of nano particle research), I.F: 3, March 2024.


1. Neetu Verma (June 2018 - March 2024)

2. Amisha Soni (Co- Supervision June 2018)

3. Sarvatej Kr Maurya (Dec 2018)

4. Manjit Singh (July 2019)

5. Kuldeep Kr Maurya (July 2019)

6. Kulveer Singh (July 2019)

7. Rishabh Mishra (June 2022)




1. BEST PAPER AWARD IN WRET 2024, International Conference, (Oral presentation), Electrochemical water splitting of Ni/Co sustained hydrogel nanostructures in alkaline water.

Rishabh Mishra, Manisha Malaviya*

2. NSRS-2024 Organized by Material science and engineering (MSE), IIT Kanpur, Oral Talk on energy material category.

Rishabh Mishra, Manisha Malviya*

3. Manjit Singh has given pre-PhD.

4. Kuldeep Kr Maurya has given pre-PhD. 

5.  Kulveer Singh has given pre-PhD.

6. Neetu Verma Successfully defended her PhD. 


Candidates who are willing to work in the field of Electro-organic synthesis, Electrocatalysis, and Material chemistry can contact: 

 Post Doc

  • Postdoctoral applicants with external funding such as SERB N-PDF, Women-Scientist Award etc. are welcome and may contact to Dr. Manisha Malviya at manisha.apc@iitbhu.ac.in



  • Prospective Ph.D. candidates having a CSIR/UGC-NET JRF and any other independent fellowship may write to Dr. Manisha Malviya at manisha.apc@iitbhu.ac.in.

  • Sponsored Ph.D. positions will be advertised at IIT BHU website and the interested candidates can apply through IIT BHU Ph.D. program.

Students who have good academic records and are very enthusiastic to work in the research field of Electro-organic synthesis, organo-physical, Electrocatalysis, Hydrogen energy, Material chemistry, and related applications like sensing can directly contact Dr. Manisha Malviya.

1. Nikita Bhatt, SSR scheme under DST Project. 

1. A novel composite matrix and its electrochemical activity thereof. Status: Filed, 21 Feb, 2024.

Dr. Manisha Malviya, Rishabh Mishra

2. To be update soon. Status: Final stage of filing.