Dr S Raghavan
Designation Scientist-D
Divsion ROHC(S), Bengaluru
Email raghuharihar[at]gov[dot]in; raghuharihar[at]yahoo[dot]co[dot]in
Contact +91-79-22688744

Academic Qualifications

  • M. Sc. (Analytical Chemistry)
  • Ph. D. (Chemistry)


  • Best paper award on 17th July 2009 by Indian Building Congress, New Delhi for the paper titled “Sources of Indoor Air Pollution from Organic Compounds and Control Measures” which was presented in Mid Term Session and Seminar on “Environmental Protection in Building Industry” held by IBC at Nagpur on January 9-10, 2009.

  • “ICMR International Fellowship for Young Bio-Medical Scientists for 2011-12”. Under this fellowship I have executed a pre-designed research project titled “Characterization of Diesel Exhaust Particulates and associated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons in high-traffic zone of Detroit city” under the guidance of Prof. Dr. Stuart Batterman, Prof. Of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Head-Center for Occupational Health & Safety Engineering, Dept. of Environmental Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Michigan, City of Ann Arbor-48105 2029, Michigan, USA during 01-01-2012 to 30-06-2012.

Research Interest

  • Air sampling and analysis of particulates (PM10,2.5, 1.0 & nanopartilces), inorganic gaseous pollutants (CO2, CO, SO2, NO2, H2S, CS2, Phosgene, HCl, Cl2, HCN, Ozone etc.,), air toxics such as VOCs, PAHs, Isocyanates, PCBs, PBDEs in ambient & occupational envirionments; Biological monitoring for chemical exposures (urinary fluoride for Fluorine exposure, urinary t,t-MA & SPA for benzene exposure, urinary 1-hydroxypyrene for Benzo(a)pyrene-PAH exposures etc.,).


  • Number of Publications : 09

  1. Mala, B. Ravichandran, Dr.S.Raghavan, HR Rajmohan ; Multinominal logistic regression model to assess the levels of trans,trans-muconic acid and inferential- risk age group among benzene-exposed group; Indian Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, Vol.14, No.2, May-Aug 2010.PubMed

  2. S.Raghavan, Sources of Indoor Air Pollution from Organic Compounds and Control Measures; Journal of Indian Building Congress, Vol.16, No.1, 2009.

  3. Ravichandran, V. Krishnamurthy, K. Ravibabu, S. Raghavan, B.K. Rajan and H.R.Rajmohan: Assessing dust exposure in an integrated iron and steel manufacturing plant in South India; WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment & Rehabilitation, Vol 30, No.2/2008,195-200.PubMed

  4. B.Ravichandran, S.Raghavan, K.Ravibabu, V.Krishnamurthy and H.R.Rajmohan: Monitoring the work environment of job processes in a telephone handset manufacturing industry Central European Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine: 2007; 13 (2): 193-199.

  5. B.Ravichandran, V.Krishnamurthy, S.Raghavan, B.K.Rajan and H.R.Rajmohan: Assessment of Thermal Environment and Noise Intensity Levels in an Integrated Iron and Steel Plant of South India. Central European J Environ Occup Med 12 (2006) 159

  6. S.Raghavan,& K.Basavaiah: Biological monitoring among benzene-exposed workers in Bangalore city, India.: Biomarkers, September-October 2005; 10(5):336-341.PubMed

  7. B.Ravichandran, K.Ravibabu, S.Raghavan, V.Krishnamurthy, B.K.Rajan and H.R.Rajmohan; Environmental and Biological Monitoring in a Lead Acid Battery Manufacturing Unit in India. Journal of Occupational Health 2005; 47:350-353.PubMed

  8. B.Ravichandran, V.Krishnamurhty, Raghavan.S and H.R.Rajmohan: Dust Problems-A Health Concern In State Archives Department, Pollution Research; 24(1):235-238(2005).

  9. V.Krishnamurthy, H.R.Rajmohan, B.K.Rajan, S.Raghavan and Y.Kakde: Noise Level Monitoring in Diesel Engine Power Plant in Bangalore. Indian Journal of Environmental Protection, Vol.19. No.7, July 1999:508-511.