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As said, on the left side of a strong woman, stands a strong man; he is strengthened by her character. His efforts are also recognised by the United Nations. Professor Dr. Bose Gold Medal, Dr. Edward Medal, Prof.
Bilgramy Memorial Award, Prof. Shastri Gold Medal and V. Chauhan Gold Medal. Three patents, 2 technologies, 5 databases and gene sequences in NCBI are to his credit. He authored 4 books, over research articles, 34 book chapters and guided 33 PhDs. Anil Prakash has obtained Ph. Microbiology in from Barkatullah University, Bhopal. He has carried out 7 National research projects and 2 International projects. To his credit, 37 students got Ph.