Dr. Kalawati Saini did her graduation (1998) from M.S. College for women, Bikaner, M.D.S. University, M. Sc. (2000) and Ph.D. (2005) from Chemistry Department, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur. She received the IAAM Scientist Medal 2017 award by the International Association of Advanced Materials, USA for notable and outstanding research in the area of Advanced Materials Science & Technology. She was selected for Special Assistance Programme of UGC Research Fellowship and worked as Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Physics, University of Rajasthan (2005-2006) and in the Materials Chemistry Lab, Department of Chemistry, I.I.T. Delhi (2007-2009). She is a dedicated teacher; her research interests include Materials Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Electrochemistry and Crystallography. She is an expert in several analytical techniques such as powder XRD, single crystal XRD, TGA, Cyclic Voltammetry (CV), DCP, IR and UV/Visible spectroscopy. She has published several papers on her research work in peer-reviewed journals and presented her work in international/national conferences. She has a total of 12 years of experience of teaching Undergraduate and Post-Graduate classes. She has participated as Mentor and Facilitator at the summer workshops organised by D. S. Kothari Centre of Research and Innovation in Science Education, Miranda House. She was the Principal Investigator of the Innovation Project MH-204: "More miles on Yamuna" November, 2013- April, 2015; Completed (Funded by Research Council of University of Delhi) and another Innovation Project MH-310: "Sugarcane to Nanoparticles: Green Nanotechnology - the future" October 2015-16; Completed (Funded by Research Council of University of Delhi). She has been working in Miranda House, University of Delhi as Assistant Professor since 2009. She has been actively involved in College societies as a faculty advisor.