Karri Venkata Santhee Devi

Assistant Professor, Life sciences, GSS, VSP

skarri2@gitam.edu | | | |

I am Dr K V Santhee Devi, currently working as an Assistant Professor Department of Environmental Science; I completed MSc in Environmental Chemistry, MA Edn., and PhD from AU. I started my academic career in 1999; worked as a Jr. Chemist in the QC section in Dr. Reddy’s lab, Hyderabad, Chemist at Rudraram Research Institute of Life Sciences, Hyderabad, and settled in the teaching field in August 2003 in the Department of Chemistry, GITAM, I transferred to ES Department in July 2021.

Research Publications
  • Atreyee Sarkar, Santhee Devi Karri, Human health risk assessment of selected heavy metals in tanker water: A study from Kudlu, Bengaluru, Chinese Journal of Analytical chemistry 2023, 51(12), 1–10.
  • Atreyee Sarkar, Dr Shantee Devi Karri, Study of water quality index to determine the quality of tanker water in a rural area of Bangalore & survey for WASH practices, A Journal of New Zealand Herpetology, 2023, 12(3), 1520-1532.
  • A Sarkar and S D Karri, Water Quality Index to ascertain the tanker water quality in a Bangalore rural area: a case study, International Journal of Energy and Water Resources, 2023, 1-10.
  • Payala Vijaya Lakshmi, M. Kiranmai Reddy, K. V. Santhee Devi and Indugula Jyothi Padmaja, Hygiene and sanitation practices in school children: an evaluation of WASH conditions in Visakhapatnam, Journal of water, sanitation and hygiene for development, 2023, 13(5), 301-311.
  • Atreyee Sarkar, Shantee Devi, Health hazards of water contamination: an updated review amidst the covid-19 pandemic, Journal of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences University, 2022, 17(4), 996-1004.
Authored Books
  • Nil
  • I published 18 research articles in different reputed Journals. Three part time scholars working under my supervision with different domains.
  • During my academic carrier, I actively engaged in teaching and research activities.
  • One patent filed and was accepted in December 2020. i.e., “EFI – Low - Cost Indian Brick” is an environment-friendly very low - cost Indian brick and also the utilization of fly ash or coal combustion byproducts (Waste to wealth) to make bricks, blocks and other construction materials.
  • I am well equipped to make valuable contributions to the Department of Environmental Sciences and continue in promoting the growth and development of students in the field of Environmental Sciences in covering the trust areas of the Department.
  • My research area is Speciation studies i.e., A Study on Chemical Speciation of L-Dopa And 1, 10-Phenanthroline Complexes with some Essential Metal Ions in Aqua-Organic Mixtures.
Karri Venkata Santhee Devi