Shoolini Celebrates Research with 55 Patent Grants

Shoolini University recently celebrated research with the grant of its 55th patent by the Indian Patent Office. This milestone highlights the university’s journey over a little more than a decade, establishing it as India’s No.1 Research University (QS Asia Rankings 2024). The foundation of this success is the university’s unwavering commitment to high-quality research, a vision spearheaded by founder and Chancellor Prof PK Khosla. 

Shoolini University’s portfolio of over 1400 patent filings showcases its diverse research strengths in crucial areas such as water management, energy and power, herbal medicine, and innovative management practices. The world-class resources on the campus include state-of-the-art research facilities, extensive grant and funding opportunities, and robust support networks that turn research into actionable innovations.

To know more, read: Benefits of Conducting Research at Shoolini University

Top 10 Patent Grants: A Spotlight on Research Innovations 

Shoolini University’s journey of innovation goes beyond just impressive statistics; it’s the individual stories of invention that truly define the spirit of this institution. Here, we explore 10 remarkable inventions that highlight the university’s intellectual competency and reveal the human ingenuity and dedication behind each groundbreaking achievement.

1. Novel Ag-based Heterojunctioned Nanocatalyst for Wastewater Purification 

Innovation Overview: Ag-BO/GCN, a nanocatalyst designed for wastewater purification, offers a cost-effective and highly efficient solution for pollutant removal, meeting the critical need for sustainable wastewater treatment. 

Key Features: Cost-Effective, High Efficiency, Sustainable

Inventors: Pankaj Raizada, Anita Sudhaik, Pardeep Singh (School of Advanced Chemical Sciences). 

“Innovation is about creating solutions that make a difference. We aimed to make a real impact with a catalyst that not only cleans water but does so sustainably,” says Pankaj Raizada.

2. Novel Peptide Sequence for Developing Diagnostic Agents for Malaria Detection 

Innovation Overview: A breakthrough in malaria diagnosis, this invention introduces a quick and affordable method, using short peptide sequences, providing a high-specificity alternative to traditional diagnostic agents. 

Key Features: Quick and affordable, in-silico validation, short peptide sequence. 

Inventors: Umar Farooq, Nazam Khan, Shakti Pal Singh Chauhan (School of Biotechnology). 

3. Nano Ferrites for Memory Storage 

Innovation Overview: Addressing the need for nanocrystalline materials with specific properties, this invention introduces versatile nanocrystalline materials for memory storage applications, with enhanced magnetic properties and structural stability. 

Key Features: Versatile properties, nanocrystalline material. 

Inventors: Rajesh Sharma, Rohit Jasrotia, Virender Partap Singh, Mahavir Singh (Faculty of Science).

4. Low-Cost & Eco-friendly Process for Production of Biodiesel from Biowaste 

Innovation Overview: A sustainable approach to biodiesel production, this invention utilises dairy wastewater for eco-friendly biodiesel production, showcasing a cost-effective solution for waste management and biofuel production. 

Key Features: Eco-friendly, sustainable, cost-effective. 

Inventors: Saurabh Kulshreshtha, Sunny Bindra (School of Biotechnology). 

“Innovation isn’t just about finding solutions; it’s about finding sustainable solutions. Our process is a step towards a greener future,” says Saurabh Kulshreshtha. 

5. Novel Neuro-Protective Molecule 

Innovation Overview: NC-999, a neuro-protective molecule, offers enhanced brain permeability, addressing the limitations of existing treatments for neurotoxicity and Alzheimer’s disease-related pathology. 

Key Features: Enhanced permeability, neuroprotective properties, enhanced efficacy. 

Inventors: Poonam Kumari, Rohit Goyal, Vikas Sharma, KL Dhar (School of Pharmaceutical Science). 

6. Improved Topical Composition of Adapalene for Acne Treatment & Method Thereof 

Innovation Overview: An advancement in acne treatment, this invention reduces side effects through an improved formulation combining adapalene and Nigella sativa seed oil, ensuring enhanced effectiveness and reduced skin irritation. 

Key Features: Acne treatment, skin treatment, no side effects. 

Inventors: Poonam Negi, Nidhi, Navneet K Upadhyay (School of Pharmaceutical Sciences). 

7. Energy-Efficient Impinging Jet Solar Food Dryer 

Innovation Overview: Transforming traditional solar food drying, this invention introduces an energy-efficient impinging jet solar food dryer for sustainable and effective food preservation, catering to the agricultural and marine product industries. 

Key Features: Energy efficient, solar dryer for agricultural and marine products. 

Inventors: Ranchan Chauhan, Adit Rana, Raj Kumar (Faculty of Engineering & Technology). 

8. Hydro-BaCaTiO3: Lead-Free Dielectric Material for Energy Harvesters 

Innovation Overview: Addressing environmental concerns, this invention presents Hydro-BaCaTiO3, a lead-free high dielectric compound synthesised through a hydrothermal method, offering enhanced performance for energy harvesters. 

Key Features: High dielectric compound, hydrothermal synthesis. 

Inventors: Mamta Shandilya, Dr Radheshyam Rai, Steven J.Milne, Rajesh Kumar (Faculty of Science). 

9. A Machine for Calculating Cutting Force and Methods Thereof 

Innovation Overview: Revolutionising cutting-force determination, this invention introduces an economical machine and method, analysing energy expended during the cutting process, offering a cost-effective solution for machining applications. 

Key Features: Economical, machine tool energy analysis, small-scale industries. 

Inventors: Sashank Thapa, Akshay Pathania, Sorabh Aggarwal, Arjun Patial (Faculty of Engineering & Technology). 

“Innovation is about making processes more accessible. Our machine is designed to empower industries, big and small,” says Sashank Thapa. 

10. A Process for Synthesis of Lead-Free Barium, Strontium Titanate 

Innovation Overview: Meeting the demand for lead-free materials, this invention presents a process for synthesising lead-free barium strontium titanate (BST) ceramic powder, ensuring high purity and consistent crystalline structure. 

Key Features: Lead-free, high purity, controlled temperature. 

Inventors: Mamta Shandilya (Faculty of Science). 


Shoolini University aspires to become the best research university and highest patent-filer globally. It’s path-breaking research is already at par with top global institutions. Committed to shaping a tomorrow filled with revolutionary inventions, transformative discoveries, and a culture of innovation, the university is setting new benchmarks for research excellence worldwide. This commitment will bring about positive changes in the education sector through exceptional research. 

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