Students
I had the privilege of teaching a great many students in my career who made teaching a wonderful learning experience for me. It would be impossible to name all of them, but here is a shorter list of students I have worked more closely with.
Currently supervising following students' doctoral research
 Wasim Akram on
Optimal control problems with Professor Debanjana Mitra (IIT Bombay)  Lovy Jain on
Higher Order Hybrid Methods with Professor Jerome Droniou (Joint supervisor, Monash University)  Niveditha Jain on
Higher Order Hybrid Methods with Professor Shiva Gopalakrishnan and Professor Jerome Droniou (Joint supervisor, Monash University)
Also supervised following students' doctoral research
 Ruma Rani Maity(2022) on
FEM for Liquid crystals with Professor Apala Majumdar (University of Strathclyde)  C. R. Gopikrishnan (2021) on
Numerical methods for free boundary value problems in three dimensions with applications in biology with Professor Jerome Droniou (Monash University), Professor Jennifer Flegg (University of Melbourne).  Devika S. (2019) on
Numerical methods for elliptic PDE and optimal control problems with Professor Jerome Droniou (Joint supervisor, Monash University)  Gouranga Malik (2017) on
Finite Element Methods for Von Karman Equations  Asha Kisan Dond (2016) on
Adaptive Finite Element Methods with cosupervision from Professor Amiya K. Pani  Cosupervised Saumya Bajpai (2012) guided by Professor Amiya K. Pani on
Finite Element Methods for equations of motion arising in the KevinVoigt model  Nupur Gupta (2010) on
Finite Element Methods for an Optimal Control problem of laser surface hardening of steel  Debasish Pradhan (2008, cosupervised by Professor Amiya K. Pani) on
Domain Decomposition Methods for second order elliptic and parabolic problems  Sarvesh Kumar (2008, cosupervised by Professor Amiya K. Pani) on
Finite Volume Element Methods for incompressible miscible displacement problems in porous media  Cosupervised Ajit Patel (2008, supervised by Professor Amiya K. Pani) on
Mortar Finite Element Methods for second order elliptic and parabolic problems  Cosupervised Thirupathi Gudi (2007, supervised by Professor Amiya K. Pani) on
Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for nonlinear elliptic problems
Supervised following students' Masters research:

Shreyas Kirwai
on
Mathematical modeling of hot forging die wear (2011, cosupervised by Professor Amiya K. Pani and Mukund Mavalankar) 
Bibekanda Maji
on
Discontinuous Galerkin Methods (2010) 
Debabrata Das
on
Multigrid Methods (2008) 
Priyanka Sadhani
on
Finite Element Methods for solving integrodifferential equations (2007) 
Deepak Sharma
on
Finite Volume Methods for PDEs (2005) 
Kshitij Kulshreshtha
on
A parallel mixed finite element implementation for approximation of fourth order elliptic source problem using DD approach and approximation of eigenvalues of fourth order elliptic eigenvalue problems using the Lanczos method (2003) 
Yogesh Joshi
on
Implementation of Lanczos method for solving eigenvalue problems (2003, cosupervised by Niladri Chatterjee [IITD]) 
Aditya Kumar
on
Computer Implementation of Argyris element (2001)
Mentored postdoctoral research for Dr. Divya Venkatraman during April 2014October 2014 and Dr. Shalini Baskar between April 2007 and April 2009. Currently mentoring Sudipto Chowdhury in his postdoctoral research.