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PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA ADARSHA MAHAVIDYALAYA, BEHALI

(Govt. Model College)

Ratowa, Gingia, Biswanath

Assam, Pin:784 184

Established:2017

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PANDIT DEENDAYAL UPADHYAYA ADARSHA MAHAVIDYALAYA, BEHALI
(Govt. Model College)
Ratowa, Gingia, Biswanath
Assam, Pin:784 184
Established:2017

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Dr. Shafiqul Islam Bhuyan

M.Sc (GU), PhD (NERIST), SLET

Vice Principal & H.o.D

Area of interest: Forest ecology, Biodiversity conservation, Soil nutrients

Dept. of Botany

Academic/Administrative Responsibilities

SLPosition heldFromToName of the institute
1JRF, SRF & RA20092012Department of Forestry, NERIST (Deemed University), Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh
2Assistant Professor & Head20122017Department of Botany, University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya, 9th Mile, Ri-Bhoi, Meghalaya
3Assistant Professor2017PresentDepartment of Botany, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Adarsha Mahavidyalaya, Behali, District-Biswanath, Assam
  • Qualified National Eligibility Test (NET), Organized by University Grant Commission (UGC), India, held on 24th December, 2011.
  • Completed MHRD-Sponsored Short Term Training Programme on Innovation And Rejuvenation of Teaching in Higher Education conducting during 18 to 23 February, 2019, organized by North Lakhimpur College (Autonomous), Lakhimpur in collaboration with Teaching Learning Centre, Tezpur University.
  • Completed UGC-Sponsored Faculty Induction Programme held from 6th -26th July, 2021, Organised by HRDC, Mizoram University.

Academic Qualifications

SlDegreeYearGradeInstitute/Board
1B.Sc (Botany)20051st Class (Distinction)Gauhati University, Assam
2M.Sc (Botany)20071st ClassGauhati University, Assam
3Ph.D
Title: Soil Nutrients Dynamics and associated Microbial biomass under different Agro-ecosystems of East Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh
2012--North Eastern Regional Institute of Science & Technology (Deemed University), Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh

Other Qualifications

  • SLET, 2015 (fifteenth position in NE India)

Research Experience

  •  Total 10 years (PG Classes 5 Years,  UG Classes 5 Years)

Teaching Experiences

  •  Total 12 years (since 2009)

Student Supervision

    1. PhD: 01 awarded (Roll No.Ph.D-16A-197); 

             01 perusing (Roll No: PhD-21B-554, USTM)

  • 18 M.Sc. students.

Best Paper Presenter

  • Two times best paper presenter

Seminar/workshops

  • Organized and attended three Seminars/Worjkshops

Publications

Books

  1. Current Research in Soil Health & Forestry. BookBrix, Germany, 2022, ISBN: 978-3-7554-1087-4
  2. Shifting Cultivation: Tradition, Diversity Management & Conservation. LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, Germany. 2022. ISBN: 978-620-0-24172-6.
  3. Biodiversity: Exploration, Exploitation and Conservation. RCS Publication, Gujrat, India. 2022. ISBN: 978-93-92504-01-3.
  4. Soil Sub -Tropical Soil Physics: Natural & Artificial Ecosystems, NE India. 2018. S.I. Bhuyan. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany. ISBN: 978-613-8-26867-3.
  5. Advances in Plant Research. 2015. S.I. Bhuyan and Sony Kumari. EBH Publishers (India). ISBN: 978-93-83252-61-9.
  6. B.Sc Botany: (Sixth semester, Gauhati University). 2015. BN Baruah and SI Bhuyan. Kalyani publishers, Ludhiana. ISBN: 978-93-272-5079-4.

Research Paper (National/international Journal):

  1. R. R. Basumatary, M. Das, R. Das, S.I. Bhuyan. 2022. Cyanobacterial diversity in different sites and seasons found in Gossaigaon Sub-division, Assam, India. Proceedings of the International Academy of Ecology and Environmental Sciences (ISSN 2220-8860). Vol: 12, Issue: 2, Page: 1-16. WoS.
  2. R. R. Basumatary, M. Das, R. Das, S.I. Bhuyan. 2022. Assessment of Algal Diversity in Zomduar, Gossaigaon Subdivision, Assam. Indian Journal of Applied and Pure Biology. Vol: 37, Issue: 2 May, 2022. WoS. 10-19.
  3. S.I. Bhuyan & I. Laskar. 2022. 2021. Traditional uses of plant resources by Khasi tribes in Nongkhyllem Sildlife sanctuary, Meghalaya, India. Journal of Applied and Fundamental Sciences. Vol 7(1). ISSN 2395-5554 (Print), ISSN 2395-5562 (Online).
  4. S. I. Bhuyan & I. Laskar. 2021. Plant Community Distinctiveness of Peripheral Zone of Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, Meghalaya, North-East India. Indian Forester. 147(12). WoS/UGC CARE. 1190-1194, eISSN: 2321-094X.
  5. S. I. Bhuyan & I. Laskar. 2020. Effects of Deforestation on Soil Physical Properties in Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, Meghalaya, India. Advances in Zoology and Botany 8(5): 392-399. UGC-CARE.
  6. S. I. Bhuyan & I. Laskar. 2020. Traditional Technology on Medicinal Plants Used by Indigenous People of Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, Meghalaya, North East India. Advances in Zoology and Botany 8(3): 218-224. UGC-CARE. ISSN: ISSN: 2331-5091
  7. P, Nath, M.R. Das, and S.I. Bhuyan. 2020. Traditional Knowledge on Medicinal Plants Used by Tiwa Ethnic Community, North East India. Indian Journal of Applied and Pure Biology. Vol. 35(2), 145-149, WoS. ISSN: 0970-2091.
  8. P. Nath, S.I. Bhuyan, M.R. Das & R.J. Deka. 2020. Indigenous techniques on wild & semi-wild edible food plants used by Tiwa Community, North East India. NeBio- An International Journal of Environment and Biodiversity, Vol. 11, No. 1, 56-62. WoS. ISSN 2278-2281.
  9. S. I. Bhuyan & I. Laskar. 2019. Changes of Soil Physical Structures Due to Variations in Land Use Patterns in North East India: a Disaster to Soil Health. Disaster Advances. Vol. 12 (7). 59-63. SCOPUS. IF: 2.27. ISSN: 0974-262X.
  10. Bobita Ray, Ranee Das and S. I. Bhuyan. 2018. Assessment of cyanobacterial diversity in different habitats of kling area, Ri-bhoi district, Meghalaya. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Volume: 5, Issue: 03, 335-342. ISSN 2349-8870. Impact Factor: 6.044.
  11. B. Daimari, S.I. Bhuyan & B.N. Baruah. 2016. Traditional medicinal uses of monocot plants by Bodo community in Udalguri District (BTAD), Assam, North East India. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Volume 3, Issue 9. P-554-560. ISSN 2349-8870. Impact Factor: 6.044.
  12. Jolly Kalita, S.I. Bhuyan & Ranee Das. 2016. Inventory of Algal diversity in Meghalaya, North East India. International Journal of Advanced Life Sciences (IJALS). Volume (9) Issue (3). Pp-316-321. ISSN 2277 – 758X.
  13. B. Daimari, S.I. Bhuyan & B.N. Baruah. 2016. Assessment of Monocot plant species diversity of Udalguri District, BTAD, Assam. Journal of Bio Innovation. Vol-5, issue-3. Pp-339-346. ISSN 2277-8330.
  14. S.I. Bhuyan, P. Ramwa, I. Laskar & B.N. Baruah. 2016. Life Form Classification and Biological Spectrum of Baridua Forest Range in Ri Bhoi District, Meghalaya. Research Journal Contemporary Concerns. Vol-10 & 11 (B). Pp-122-126 ISSN 0972-7922.
  15. Bhuyan S.I. and Momin K.G. 2015. Role of Soil Physical Properties in Ecological Restoration of Coal Mine land: A study in East Garo Hills, Meghalaya. International Journal of Environmental Sciences. Volume 5, No 4: 681-687. Pp-681-687. ISSN 0976 – 4402. (old list UGC, sl no. 16807).
  16. S.I. Bhuyan, L.S. Chanu and B.N. Baruah. 2015. Impact of land use systems on soil characteristics in Ri-Bhoi district, Meghalaya. International Journal of Modern Sciences and Engineering Technology (IJMSET). Volume 2, Issue 1, Pp.31-36. ISSN 2349-3755. 
  17. Jolly Kalita, S.I. Bhuyan & Ranee Das. 2015. An assessment of Green Algae (Chlorophyceae) Diversity in different habitats of RiBhoi, Meghalaya. The Pharma Innovation Journal, 4(2): Pp:50-55. ISSN: 2277- 7695.
  18. S.I. Bhuyan. 2015. Medicinal Plants Used for Diabetes Treatment by the Different Tribes in Bongaigaon District, North East India. International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Engineering and Technology. Vol. 2, Issue 1. P: 376-379. ISSN: 2350-0328. IF: 6.646
  19. S.I. Bhuyan and T. Teyang. 2015. Crop Diversity in Traditional Jhum Cultivated Land Practiced by Ethnic Nocte and Wancho of Eastern Himalaya. International Journal of Advanced Research in Science, Engineering and Technology. Vol. 2, Issue 1. P: 365-375. ISSN: 2350-0328. IF: 6.646
  20. S.I. Bhuyan and T. Teyang. 2015. Assessment of Traditional Shifting Cultivation Practiced by Ethnic Nocte and Wancho of Eastern Himalaya. Journal of Modern Sciences and Engineering Technology (IJMSET). Volume 2, Issue 1, Pp.61-67. ISSN 2349-3755.
  21. S.I. Bhuyan and B.N. Baruah. 2015. Medicinal Plants Used for the Treatment of Respiratory Disorders: A Study in Bongaigaon, North Eastern Himalayan Sub-region of India. The Pharma Innovation Journal, 4(2): P: 50-55. ISSN: 2277- 7695. IF: 5.98 (RJIF).
  22. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Assessment of soil nutrients and their management for sustainable crop production: A study in hill agro-ecosystems, Eastern Himalaya. International Journal of Advanced Life Sciences. Volume (7) Issue (4), November 2014. ISSN 2277–758X, P: 708-711.
  23. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Soil N-mineralization dynamics under four major land use patterns in Eastern Himalaya. Journal of Tropical Agriculture. 52 (2):162-168, 2014. ISSN 0971-636X; eISSN 0973-5399. SCOPUS. IF: 0.09.
  24. S.I. Bhuyan and B.N. Baruah. 2014. Ecological Assessment of the Plant Communities in two different forests of Ri-Bhoi district, Meghalaya. International Journal of Modern Sciences and Engineering Technology. Volume 1, Issue 8, pp.57-63., ISSN: 2349-3755.
  25. S.I. Bhuyan, I. Laskar. O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Effect of different land use patterns on soil Carbon-dioxide Emission in Eastern Himalaya. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering and Technology. Volume 1, Issue 9: 476-480. ISSN 2348 – 7968. IF: 0.611.
  26. S.I. Bhuyan, Meyi Wapangla and I. Laskar. 2014. Indigenous Knowledge and Traditional Use of Medicinal Plants by Four Major Tribes of Nagaland, North East India. International Journal of Innovative Science, Engineering and Technology. Volume 1, Issue 9: 481-484. ISSN 2348 – 7968. IF: 0.611.
  27. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Soil characteristics, dynamics of microbial biomass: a study of hill agro-ecosystems, Eastern Himalaya, India. International Journal of Current Science. 12: E 79-86, ISSN 2250-1770.
  28. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Effect of season, soil and land use pattern on soil N-mineralization, Ammonification and Nitrification: A study in East Siang, Eastern Himalaya. International Journal of Environmental Sciences Vol-5, No.-1: 88-97. ISSN: 0976 – 4402. (old list UGC, sl no. 16807).
  29. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Measurement of N-mineralization, Nitrification and Ammonification Rates in Agricultural Soils of Arunachal Pradesh, North East India. International Journal of Research Studies in Science, Engineering and Technology. Volume 1, Issue 1, April 2014, PP 65-73. ISSN(Print): 2349-4751, ISSN (online): 2349-476X. IF: 1.063.
  30. S.I. Bhuyan. 2014. Role of Traditional Sacred groves in Ecological services: A study of North East India. Journal of Socio-Scientific Research and Creative Literature. ISSN: 2320-785X. Vol-VI. pp. 81-89.
  31. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2013. Soil acidification: A recent issue in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. Volume 105 – Issue 12: 25 December 2013. Current Science. 1657-1658. IF- 0.935, ISSN 0011-3891. SCOPUS. IF: 1.102.
  32. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2013. Seasonal changes in soil microbial biomass under different agro-ecosystems of Arunachal Pradesh, north east India. Journal of Agricultural Sciences-Srilanka. Vol.8, No-3:142-152. ISSN 1391-9318. WoS (ESCI), SCOPUS.
  33. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2013. Soil nutrients status in prominent agro-ecosystems of East Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh. International Journal of Environmental Sciences. Volume 3, No 6: 1973-1984. ISSN 0976 – 4402. UGC Approved.
  34. S.I. Bhuyan, M.L. Khan and O.P. Tripathi. 2013. Soil Physico-chemical properties under four agro-ecosystems in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. Plant Archieves. Vol. 13 No. 1: 199-206. ISSN 0972-5210. SCOPUS. IF: 0.27.
  35. Yumnam J.Y., S.I. Bhuyan, M.L. Khan and O.P. Tripathi. 2011. Agro-diversity of East Siang-Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 3(4): 317-326, ISSN: 2041-3890.
  36. Yumnam J.Y., S.I. Bhuyan, M.L. Khan and O.P. Tripathi. 2011. Study on ethno-medicinal plants used by Adi tribes of East Siang district, Arunachal Pradesh. Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 35(2):369-377, ISSN: 2050-9768. WoS.

Book chapter

  1. S.I. Bhuyan. 2022. Traditinal Agricultural systems and their role in soil fertility managemnt: A study in Arunachal Prdaesh, Eastern Himalaya. Recent trends in Biological Research. A.M. Publication, Guwahati, Assam. ISBN: 978-9393114-00-6. Pp: 253-266.
  2. Singh B, Mehta S, Aggarwal SK, Tiwari M, Bhuyan SI, Bhatia S, Islam MA. 2019. Barley, disease resistance, and molecular breeding approaches. In: Disease resistance in crop plants: Molecular, genetic and genomic perspectives. Edited by Wani SH. Cham: Springer International Publishing; 261-299. Isbn: 978-3-030-20728-1
  3. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi and M.L. Khan. 2014. Agricultural systems and Rural development: An overview of Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. Health and Development in North East India. Mittal Publications, New Delhi. (Book chapter). ISBN: 81-8324-500-5. Page: 129-138.
  4. S.I. Bhuyan, OP Tripathi, ML Khan, JY Yumnam & J. Moondal. 2012. A survey of crop species diversity and its conservation in Jhum fields among ‘Adi’ tribe of Boleng area in East Siang of Arunachal Pradesh. Biodiversity Researches in North East India. 35-44. ISBN:978-81-924027-2-4.

Full Paper in proceeding:

  1. Tripathi O.P., Yumnam J.Y. and S.I. Bhuyan. 2010. Technology Transfer: Care & Concern for Rural People. In the proceeding of National Seminar on Transformation in Rural economy of north east hills Region in India: Status, Determination and Prospects. 7-8th May, 2010. National Institute of Rural Development, North Eastern Region centre, Khanapara, Guwahati, Assam. Pp: 132-139
  2. J.Y. Yumnam and S.I. Bhuyan. 2010. Sustainable community based and rural tourism. In the proceeding of workshop cum training programme on Ecotourism, Community based Tourism and Rural development in Arunachal Pradesh” held on 24th to 26th April’ 2010, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST, Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh. Pp: 55-62.
  3. Mondal J., S.I. Bhuyan and O.P. Tripathi. 2009. Traditional shifting cultivation practices among Dimasa tribe of N.C. hills district, Assam. In the proceeding of National Seminar on agro-forestry for socio-economic development of North eastern Region, 11th -12th December’ 2009. NERIST, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. Pp: 64-69.

Paper presented/abstract published in seminar/conference:

International

  1. S.I. Bhuyan 2021. Invited talk on Soil carbon stock sequestrated through Sal (Shorea robusta) plantation in Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary Meghalaya, North East India. Assam Botany Congress (ABC – 02) and International Conference on Plant Science 3-5 December, 2021, organized by Botanical society of Assam and department of botany, Cachar college.
  2. S.I. Bhuyan and I. Laskar, 2021. Traditional Knowledge on Medicinal Plants used by Khasi Tribe of Lailad Village, Nongkhyllum Wildlife Sanctuary, Meghalaya. International Virtual Conference on Modern Zoology: Known and Unknown organized by the PG & Research Department of Zoology, C. Abdul Hakeem College (Autonomous), Melvisharam, 28th & 29th October 2021.
  3. S.I. Bhuyan. 2016. Assessment of Medicinal plant diversity, uses, threats and their conservation in Eastern Himalaya. International conference on Global Biodiversity, Climate change and Sustainable development (ICBCS-2016). 15-18th October, 2016. Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh.
  4. J.Y.Yumnam, O.P. Triapthi and S.I. Bhuyan. 2010. A lesson to learn from a tribe of Eastern Himalaya to mitigate climate change. In proceeding of International workshop on Biodiversity and climate change’ 19-22 December 2010, IIT Kharagpur, West Bengal.
  5. S.I. Bhuyan, J.Y. Yumnam, O.P. Tripathi & M.L. Khan. 2011. Soil fertility status of two different agro-ecosystems in Mebo, East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh. International seminar on bio-resources and human sustenance. 20th, 21st and 22nd October 2011. Cotton College, Guwahati, Assam
  6. S.I. Bhuyan. 2013. Sacred Plants in Folklore: A case study in lower Assam, NE India. International seminar on Genres of belief from a folkloristic perspective. 4-5th Feb’ 2013. University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya; University of Taru, Estonia.

National

  1. S.I. Bhuyan, Imrana Laskar, Dilip Tamang & Aminul Islam. 2019. Deforestation, Fragmentation and Diversity Loss: Recent Problems Observed in Nongkhyllem Wildlife Sanctuary, North East India. National seminar on Bioresources, Conservation and Management Strategies for Rural development. 22nd and 23rd August, 2019. Jointly organized by USTM, Meghalaya & SIRD, Assam.
  2. S.I. Bhuyan, Imrana, Laskar, O.P. Tripathi & M.L Khan. 2017. Impact analysis of Modern Agricultural Practices on Soil Quality in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. National workshop on Resource use and conservation for sustainable socio-ecological development. Organized jointly by Centre for Ecological Economics and Natural Resources, Institute for Social and Economic Change (ISEC) and & National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, North Eastern Regional Centre, Guwahati 21st & 22nd December, 2017.
  3. Meyie wapangla, Imrana Laskar, S.I. Bhuyan & B.N. Baruah. 2015. Medicinal Plants used in Traditional healing technique of Angami Naga Tribe, North East India. National Seminar on Folk medicine & Traditional healing in India: Theory & Practice. 26-27 March, 2015. Organized by Department of Cultural and Creative studies, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya.
  4. S.I. Bhuyan, 2015. Impact of Climate Change on Forestry: Adaptation and Mitigation. National Seminar on Climate change. 2-3 March, 2015. Organized by Department of Geography, North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya.
  5. S.I. Bhuyan, N.M. Ahmed & B.N. Baruah, 2015. Ethnobotanical aspect of some important Angiospermic plant species used by tea tribe of Jorhat district, Assam. In proceeding of national seminar on Plant resources of NE India. 23rd May, 2015. Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.
  6. S.I. Bhuyan, D. Bordoloi, S. Baruah, O.P. Tripathi & M.L. Khan. 2014. Traditional agro-ecosystems and Biodiversity conservation: A study of Eastern Himalaya. National seminar on RET plants of NE India and their conservation strategies. 21st March, 2014. Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.
  7. S.I. Bhuyan, D. Bordoloi, S. Baruah, O.P. Tripathi & M.L. Khan. 2013. Soil Nutrients and N-mineralization under Maize Agro-ecosystem: A case study in Arunachal Pradesh, Eastern Himalaya. In proceeding of national seminar on Plant resources of NE Region and their Bioprospecting, 30th March, 2013. Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam.
  8. P. Hazarika, F.S. Bora & S.I. Bhuyan. 2013. Teacher-Student relationship for Academic and Social development. In proceeding of national seminar on Indian Higher Education in the 21st century: Constraints and Possibilities, 22-23rd March, 2013. University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya.
  9. S.I. Bhuyan, O.P. Tripathi & M.L. Khan. 2013. Soil acidification: An effect of conventional agricultural systems in Arunachal Pradesh. In proceeding of national seminar on Rural and urban waste management: Environment, Health and Economic Consideration, 18-19th January, 2013. DKD College, Golaghat, Assam.
  10. S.I. Bhuyan and O.P. Tripathi. 2011. Soil fertility management in different Agricultural systems of Arunachal Pradesh. YETI conference, 13-15th December 2011, IIT Guwahati, Guwahati, Assam.
  11. S.I. Bhuyan, A. Paul, S. Kikhi and O.P. Tripathi. 2011. Land-use-land-cover dynamics and community characteristics of Sepahijala Wildlife Sanctuary, Tripura, India. National seminar on Climate change, development and social transition in North East: impact and issues. 10th ‐12th November 2011, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh.
  12. One day regional seminar on “A long way to go for Empowering the people of Arunachal Pradesh economically for its sustained growth” held on 19th December’ 2009, organized by Indian Council of Small Industries, in collaboration with the department of Forestry, NERIST.

Training & Workshop:

  1. Workshop on Bioinformatics, Organized by Department of Zoology, PDUAM-Behali. 
  2. Workshop on IQAC, Organized by PDUAM-Dalgaon, Assam
  3. Two weeks Refresher course on Life sciences from 15th to 28th March, 2021, organized by UGC-HRDC, Gauhati University.
  4. Three week Orientation program from 14th October, 2019 to 3rd November, 2019. Sponsored by UGC-HRDC, Organized by NEHU, Shillong.
  5. Three days National Conference on IPR in Bio Sciences for Scientists from North East Indian States”. Jointly Organized by Amity University, UP & University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya. 21-23rd July, 2015.
  6. Twelve days faculty development program 18-31st March, 2015. Organized by University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya.
  7. Two day workshop on Assessment of Training Needs and Capacities of the Concerned Agencies” as part of the GOI-UNDP Program for “Threats Assessment and Monitoring the conservation Status of Medicinal Plants in India”, 28-29th January, 2013. Organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST, Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh in collaboration with Institute of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine (IAIM)-Foundation for Revitalization of Local Health Traditions (FRLHT), Bangalore.
  8. Five days workshop on “Statistical Data Analysis using SPSS” held from 31st October to 4th November 2011, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST, Nirjuli, Arunachal Pradesh
  9. One day workshop on “Intellectual Property Right awareness” held on 23rd March, 2012, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST
  10. One day training on “2nd one day indest user convention (E-journals & E-resources awareness training)” held on 10th September, 2011, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST
  11. Six day training course on “Management of social forestry for sustainable livelihood” held on 25th April’ 2011 to 30th April’ 2011, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST
  12. Three days training programme on Ecotourism, Community based Tourism and Rural development in Arunachal Pradesh” held on 24th to 26th April’ 2010, organized by the department of Forestry, NERIST
  13. Workshop on “Bioinformatics and its future prospects” held on 9th June’ 2006, organized by the department of Botany, Guahati University and DOEACC Centre Guwahati
  14. Workshop on “Value addition on bioresources on N.E. India, post harvest technology and cold chain” held on 19th to 21st May’ 2006, organized by the department of Botany, Guahati University

 

 

Research Project: Completed Research Project

SlPrincipal InvestigatorTitleFunding AgencyBudget(Rs)
1Dr. S.I. BhuyanSpatial and Temporal Changes in Land-use/Land-cover of Nongkhyllum Wildlife Sanctuary of Meghalaya and its effect on Plant diversity, Community Characteristics, Soil physico-chemical and Biological propertiesDST,Govt. Of India28,00,000