FACULTY PROFILE
Dr. S. Nazaneen Parveen
Assistant professor
+91 9676612110
nazneen@yogivemanauniversity.ac.in
Qualification :
Obtained Ph.D from the Department of Botany,Sri Krishnadevaraya University Anantapur-515003 AP India
PDF/Teaching Experience :
Teaching: 25years (As  Lecturer in Botany, Osmania College , Kurnool)
Administrative: 13years as Principal of Degree Women’s College
Area/s of research interests :
Taxanomy, Biodiversity, Ethnobotany,Medicinal Plants, Natural Resource Management.
Achievements/Awards :
Jewel of India Award
Projects undertaken :
Title of the Research Project Funding Agency and Budget Duration of the Project
“Reproductive biology of Croton scabiosus bedd, an endemic tree of Kadapa District, Andhra Pradesh UGC, New Delhi 8,50.800.00 3 years (2013-2016)
Publications :
1. S. Nazaneen Parveen, K. Sri Ramamurthi & T. Pullaiah 2000 Leaf Epidermal characters in Crotalaria Species (Papilionaceal) from Eastern Ghats in Phytomorphology 50(2) PP 205 -212
2. S.Nazaneen Parveen & T. Pullaiah, 2008 Studies on the Foliar Epidermal Traits in some Fabaceae in The Journal of the Indian Botanical Society - Vol 87 (122) PP 105-110
3. S.Nazaneen Parveen 2009 – Plant Tradionally used as Galactogogue in Nallamalais of Kurnool Dist. of Andhra Pradesh. In the Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany Vol 33 (Supple) 324.327
4. S. Nazaneen Parveen 2007 Phytodiversity in Nallamalais of(Kurnool District) in Agrobios New letter Vol No7 Dec.2007 PP 15& 16
5. S.Nazaneen Parveen 2008 Biodegradable plastics – Ecofriendly Plastics in Agrobios News letters Vol vll No 4 Sep 2008 23-24
6. T. Shalisaheb and S.Nazaneen Parveen 2009. Backyard Plants and Household Remedies in Agrobios News letters Vol No6, Nov 2009 46-47
7. S.Nazaneen Parveen & T. Shali Saheb 2009 Plant Commonly used by the Tribal women to Treat Gynecological Disorder in Nallamais of Kurnool Dist of A.P. State and their Conservation, Agro bios News letters Vol No2 July 2009 5-6-5-8
8. S.Nazaneen Parveen & T. Shali Sabeb 2010 .Miswak – A Miracle Tooth Brush for Oral Hygiene, in Agro bios News letters Vol No 10 March 2010 32 & 33
9. T. Shali Sabeb, S.Nazaneen Parveen & S. Zakia 2010. Bixa orelliana. A Potential medicinal and Dye yielding plant in Agrobios News letters Vol no 10 March 2010/ 33 & 34.
10. T. Shali Saheb, Ravi Prasad, S. Nazaneen Parveen and S. Zakia. Natural colour and Dyes from the plants and their Medicinal importance to Mankind. Journal of Economic and Taxanomic Botany Vol 35 No:1(2011) 95-97