In cooperation with the WAS Employment Service

Rajaneesh Kolchar

Email Address:
Address: SAS12 NIO colony Donapaula
City: Panaji
State/Providence: Goa
Zip Code: 403004
Country: India
Phone Number: 9423595486
Date Posted: 7/20/2017


Oceanography research


Ph.D in Marine Sciences (thesis submitted) Goa University M.SC. (Biotechnology) Bharathiar University 2008 (75%) B.SC. Mangalore University 2006 (57%) 12th Karnataka Higher Secondary Education Board 2003 (58%) 10th Karnataka Higher Secondary Education Board 2001 (85%)


• A competent Research professional with over 8 years of experience in Microbial Research. • Expertise in managing complete laboratory services, field data collection as well as conducting laboratory experiments. • Thorough understanding and In-depth knowledge of techniques used in phytoplankton ecology. • Insightful experience of presenting posters in National Conferences and various publications. • Strong communication skills, analytical ability and ability to perform under stress and strenuous conditions. • Participated in several field works and cruises.


1. Rajaneesh K. M., Mitbavkar, S., A.C. Anil, Sawant, S.S., 2015. Synechococcus as an indicator of trophic status in the Cochin backwaters, west coast of India. Ecological Indicators, 55, 118-130. 2. Mitbavkar, S., Patil, J. S., K.M. Rajaneesh, 2015. Picophytoplankton as tracers of environmental forcing in a tropical monsoonal bay. Microbial Ecology, 7, 1-18. 3. Rajaneesh K M., Mitbavkar, S. Temporal and spatial variation in Synechococcus in monsoonal estuary. Marine Environmental Research, 92,133-143. 4. Mitbavkar, S., K.M. Rajaneesh, A.C. Anil, D. Sundar, 2012. Picophytoplankton community in a tropical estuary: detection of Prochlorococcus-like populations. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 107,159-164. 5. S. Mitbavkar, Raghu C., Rajaneesh K.M., Pavan D, 2012. Picophytoplankton community from tropical marine biofilms. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 426–427, 88–96. 6. Mitbavkar, S., K.M. Rajaneesh, P. Sathish kumar, 2011. Flow cytometric detection of viruses in the Zuari estuary, Goa. Current Science, 101, 1282-1283¬.

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