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Abstract

ASSESSMENT OF MICROBIAL GROWTH IN INSTITUTE PREMISES

Mukul Baghele, Mayank Mishra, Khusbhu Bhoyar, Harsha Daga, Lalit Shende and Yasmini Parshuramkar*

ABSTRACT

Good indoor air quality is important for human health and comfort, because people spend a substantial fraction of time within buildings or working places. Microbial pollution is a key element of indoor air pollution. Bacteria growing indoors when sufficient moisture is available usually cause indoor air pollution. Hence a cross-sectional prospective study was conducted, examined for total viable bacterial count. This study was conducted to learn the microbial diversity in our institute environment so that we can develop a database of microbial load and have a preliminary idea of environmental status. A total of 11 sample where collected in duplicate of open plate method from different site (Microbiology Lab, Pharmacology lab, Classrooms, Boys and Girls common room, Boys toilet, Girls toilet, Staff room, Cafetarea, Corridor) at institute of Manoharbhai Patel Institute of Bachelor Pharmacy, Gondia was experimentally investigated. The number of Bacteria present in our college environment were studied by exposing Nutrient agar an for 30 minutes at different sites. The bacteria isolated were; Staphylococcus aureus, Coagulase-ve Staphylococcus, Micrococcus species and Bacillus species was also isolated. The data collected in this study can used for further research. Although microorganisms are present in our college, the amount is within the range (80 - 270 CFU/m3) which indicates a low level of contamination according to the guidelines by World Health Organization.

Keywords: Microbial diversity, Bacteria, Open plate method, Microorganisms, Environment.


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