Raghvendra Singh

Assistant Professor
Ph.D. (Gorakhpur University)
Contact Information:

(M) : +91 9026048347; +91 9479983845
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Academic Qualifications:
S. No.DegreeInstitutionYear
1.B.Sc.D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur2004
2.M.Sc.D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur2006
3.Ph.D.D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur2011
 
Area of specialization:Fungal Taxonomy
Awards:


  • University Gold Medal for securing highest marks in P.G. Botany, in 2006.
  • Sri Janki Prasad Bhargawa Gold Medal for securing highest marks in P.G. Botany, in 2006.
  • Prof. K.S. Bhargawa Gold Medal for securing highest marks in P.G. Botany, in 2006.
  • Awarded IIIrd Prize in objective test competition organized by Botanical Association D.D.U. Gorakhpur University, Gorakhpur, U.P. in session 2004-2005.
  • Awarded IIIrd Prize in General Knowledge competition organized by Doordarashan Kendra, Gorakhpur, U.P. in 2008.
  • Awarded IIIrd Prize in Poster Competition at the Asian Mycological Congress (AMC) 2015” for the paper entitled “New additions to Bipolaris and Zymoseptoria from Madhya Pradesh, India organized by Department of Botany, Goa University, Goa, India.
  • CSIR NET (2006,2008)
  • GATE (2006,2010)
 
Current Research Projects:
  • UGC Startup BSR

Any additional information: Assistant Professor at Sagar University, Sagar (2013-2015)

List of 10 major publications:

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar and Kamal (2011).Two new species of Passalora and Pseudocercospora from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 117: 137-143. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/117-137 (IF: 0.705)

  • Raghvendra Singh and Kamal (2011).Two new species of Corynespora from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 118: 123-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/118-123 (IF: 0.705)

  • Raghvendra Singh, Balmukund Chaurasia, K. Shukla and P.P. Upadhyaya (2012). Passalora aseptata, a new cercosporoid fungus from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 120: 461-463. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/120.461 (IF: 0.705)

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar, D.C. Saini and Parmatma Prasad Upadhyaya (2013). Diversity of Passalora on Ficus. Mycological Progress 12(4): 637-643. http://dx.doi 10.1007/s11557-012-0870-6. (IF: 1.913)

  • R. Singh, S. Kumar, A. Singh & K. Shukla (2013). A new species of Parapyricularia from India and a key to all species. Sydowia 65(2): 337-342. (IF: 1.021)

  • Raghvendra Singh, Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Parmatma Prasad Upadhyaya and Rafael F. Castañeda-Ruíz (2014). Two new species of Zasmidium from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Nova Hedwigia. 98(1-2): 257-263. DOI: 10.1127/0029-5035/2014/00 (IF: 1.195).

  • Archana Singh, R.N. Kharwar, Raghvendra Singh and Shambhu Kumar (2014). A new species of Zasmidium (Mycosphaerellaceae) from India. Sydowia 66 (2): 309-312. (IF: 1.021)

  • Shambhu Kumar and Raghvendra Singh (2015). Pseudocercospora bischofigena, a new cercosporoid fungus from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Czech Mycology. 67(1): 39-44.

  • Ravindra Nath Kharwar, Archana Singh, Raghvendra Singh and Shambhu Kumar (2015) Two new species of Zasmidium from Nepal. Mycotaxon. 130: 241-246. (IF: 0.705)

  • Shambhu Kumar & Raghvendra Singh (2016). Passalora musicola sp. nov. – a new Indian hyphomycete. Sydowia (Accepted). (IF: 1.021)

Full List of Publications:

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar, K. Shukla and D.K. Agrawal (2007). Three hitherto undescribed species of Corynespora Gussow from North-Eastern Uttar Pradesh. Ind. Phytopath. 60(4): 513-519.

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Vivek Kumar Pal, P.P. Upadhyaya and D.K. Agrawal (2007). New Taxa of Foliicolous hyphomycetes Cercospora, Corynespora and Phaeotrichochonis from North-Eastern U.P. Ind. Phytopath. 60(4): 506-512.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, and Vivek Kumar Pal, P.P. Upadhyaya and D.K. Agrawal (2007). Addition to new species of foliicolous hyphomycetes from North- Eastern U.P. Ind. Phytopath. 60(3): 350-355.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, and Vivek Kumar Pal (2007). Three hitherto undescribed species of Corynespora Gussow from Uttar Pradesh. J. Basic Appl. Mycol. 6(I&II): 39-43.

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Pallavi Sharma, K. Shukla and D.K. Agrawal (2008). New Taxa of Alternaria, Cladosporium and Corynespora from North-Eastern U.P. India. Ind. Phytopath. 61(4): 504-509.

  • Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh and D.K. Agrawal (2008). On two new species of Ramularia from Indian Subcontinents. Ind. Phytopath. 61(3): 348-352.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, Vivek Kumar Pal, D.P. Singh and D.K. Agrawal (2008). Novel additions to Corynespora Gussow from North-Eastern Uttar Pradesh. Ind. Phytopath. 61(1): 111-117.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh P.P. Upadhyaya and Kamal (2009). Three new species of Alternaria showing foliar blight from North-Eastern U.P. J. Basic Appl. Mycol. 8 (I&II): 84-88.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, Deepak Kumar Gond, D.C. Saini and Kamal (2011). Indian Forests: A Natural Paradise for Biodiversity of Foliar Fungi (With reference to north-eastern U.P. forest). Uttar Pradesh state Biodiversity Board. 134-140.

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar and Kamal (2011).Two new species of Passalora and Pseudocercospora from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 117: 137-143. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/117.137 (IF: 0.705)

  • Raghvendra Singh and Kamal (2011).Two new species of Corynespora from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 118: 123-129. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/118.123 (IF: 0.705)

  • Raghvendra Singh, Balmukund Chaurasia, K. Shukla and P.P. Upadhyaya (2012). Passalora aseptata, a new cercosporoid fungus from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycotaxon. 120: 461-463. http://dx.doi.org/10.5248/120.461 (IF: 0.705)

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, D.C. Saini and Kamal (2012). A new species of Corynespora from terai forest of northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycosphere. 3(4): 410-412. doi 10.5943/mycosphere/3/4/3 (IF: 1.02)

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, Deepak K. Gond and D.C. Saini (2012). Two new species of Corynespora from Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycosphere. 3(5): 864-869. doi 10.5943/mycosphere/3/5/11 (IF: 1.02)

  • Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh and NK Dubey (2012). A new species of Corynespora causing foliar disease on Ficus religiosa from forest flora of Sonebhadra, Uttar Pradesh, India. Mycosphere 3(5), 890-892.doi 10.5943/mycosphere/3/6/2 (IF: 1.02)

  • Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar, D.C. Saini and Parmatma Prasad Upadhyaya (2013). Diversity of Passalora on Ficus. Mycological Progress 12(4): 637-643. http://dx.doi 10.1007/s11557-012-0870-6. (IF: 1.913)

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh and D.C. Saini (2013). Moringa oleifera, a new host record of Cercospora apii s. lat. from Uttar Pradesh, India. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 3(1): 12-13. doi 10.5943/ppq/3/1/2

  • Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh and NK Dubey (2013). Corynespora clerodendrigena sp. nov. causing foliar disease on Clerodendrum viscosum from Sonebhadra forest of Uttar Pradesh, India. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 3(1): 15-17. doi 10.5943/ppq/3/1/3

  • R. Singh, S. Kumar, A. Singh & K. Shukla (2013). A new species of Parapyricularia from India and a key to all species. Sydowia 65(2): 337-342. (IF: 1.021)

  • Shambhu Kumar, Archana Singh, Raghvendra Singh and NK Dubey (2013).Corynespora bombacina causing foliar disease on Bombax ceiba from Sonebhadra forest of Uttar Pradesh, India. Canadian Journal of Plant Protection. 1(2): 76-77.

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, P.P. Upadhyaya and D.C. Saini (2013). First report of Cercospora apii s. lat. on Ceiba pentendra from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal on New Biological Reports 2(3): 238-240.

  • Raghvendra Singh, Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Parmatma Prasad Upadhyaya and Rafael F. Castañeda-Ruíz (2014). Two new species of Zasmidium from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Nova Hedwigia. 98(1-2): 257-263. DOI: 10.1127/0029-5035/2014/00 (IF: 1.195).

  • Archana Singh, Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, N.K. Dubey (2014). A new species of Corynespora from Sonebhadra forest of Uttar Pradesh, India. Current Research in Environmental & Applied Mycology 4(1): 149–151.

  • Archana Singh, R.N. Kharwar, Raghvendra Singh and Shambhu Kumar (2014). A new species of Zasmidium (Mycosphaerellaceae) from India. Sydowia 66 (2): 309-312. (IF: 1.021)

  • Shambhu Kumar, Raghvendra Singh, P.P. Upadhyaya and D.C. Saini (2014). First report of foliar disease caused by Cercospora apii s. lat. on Nymphaea nouchali from Uttar Pradesh, India. Journal on New Biological Reports 3(3): 252-254 (2014).

  • Shambhu Kumar and Raghvendra Singh (2015). Pseudocercospora bischofigena, a new cercosporoid fungus from northeastern Uttar Pradesh, India. Czech Mycology. 67(1): 39-44.

  • Ravindra Nath Kharwar, Archana Singh, Raghvendra Singh and Shambhu Kumar (2015) Two new species of Zasmidium from Nepal. Mycotaxon. 130: 241-246. (IF: 0.705)

  • Shambhu Kumar & Raghvendra Singh (2015). Passalora musicola sp. nov. – a new Indian hyphomycete. Sydowia (Accepted). (IF: 1.021)

  • H.D. Bhartiya, N. Kumari, S. Kumar, R. Singh (2015). Diversity and taxonomy of phytopathogenic Cladosporium on Rubiaceae. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 5(1): 15-18.

  • Neha Awasthi, Raghvendra Singh, Shambhu Kumar (2015). First report of a foliar disease caused by Cercospora apii s. lat. on Spigelia anthelmia from Madhya Pradesh, India. Schlechtendalia 28: 53-57.

  • S. Kumar, R. Singh, V.K. Maurya (2015) Indopiptadenia oudhensis (Endangered Plant): A New Host of Foliar Pathogen Alternaria alternata from Uttar Pradesh, India. J Plant Pathol Microbiol S3: 004.

  • S. Kumar, R. Singh (2015). Taxonomy of asexual microfungus Periconia on Phoenix in India. Mycologia Iranica 2(1): 65-68.

  • Kumar S, Singh R (2015). Annona muricata, a new host record for Alternaria alternata causing leaf spots in Uttar Pradesh, India. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 5(2), 44-47.

  • Shambhu Kumar and Raghvendra Singh. 2016. First report of Alternaria alternata causing leaf blight disease on Artabotrys hexapetalus from Uttar Pradesh, India. Plant Pathology & Quarantine 6(1): 14-17.  

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