Professor, HoD of Zoology
Sarojini Naidu P.G. (Autonomous) College
A dynamic professional with over 34 years of rich indigenous experience in Teaching, Research, and Administration, Dr. Alka Parashar is a Ph.D. (Environmental Impact Assessment), M.Phil (Futurology) faculty of Engineering Science, D.A.V.V. Indore and M.Sc. Zoology (Fishes), Dr. H.S. Gour University Sagar, with expertise in the research fields of Simulation Modeling and Ecological Modeling for planning management and sustainable development, Modeling for environmental system’s assessment (Industrial and Mega-projects) environmental management (Aquatic resources and land use management), Biodiversity conservation, taxonomic identification and rehabilitation of Ichthyo fauna of reverine systems, fish genetic variability and commercialization of indigenous fish species with key focus on top line profitability & optimal utilization of resources in the education and research sectors. She has successfully served as ambassador professor, Dean N.S.S. officer, Examiner and Convener with reputed colleges and universities of India. She is currently a Professor & Head of the Department Zoology and Administrant Officer, Sarojini Naidu P.G. (Autonomous) College, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India Dr. Parashar has been approved and registered as guide for the supervision of Ph.D. degree in Applied Aquaculture and Zoology from Barkatullah University, Bhopal and successfully executed her role for many doctoral candidates under her supervision. She has participated and played the role of coordinator, chairperson and invited speaker in various professional seminars, workshops and conferences both at the national and international level. She is fellow & life member of reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member and reviewer of national & International journals. She has authored over 30 research articles and has been the recipient of various prestigious scholarships and awards.
Aquaculture, Aquatic Resources, Simulation Modelling, Environmental Systems Assessment, Environmental management, Fish Genetic Variability