Publication

 

Publications of the College (Dept. wise)

Department: Botany

Name of the faculty: Dr. Avishek Dey

Papers published in journals:

 

  1. Dey, A., Bandyopadhyay, A., Bharracharjee, A. (2010) An efficient in vitro multiple shooting method of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni Bionature, 30(2), 2010: 89-95.
  2. Dey, A., Kundu, S., Bandyopadhyay, A., Bhattacharjee A. (2013a). Efficient micropropagation and chlorocholine chloride induced stevioside production of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Comp Rend Biol. 336:17-28. [Elsevier; I.F. - 1.5]
  3. Dey, A., Paul S, Kundu, S., Bandyopadhyay, A., Bhattacharjee A. (2013b). Elevated antioxidant potential of chlorocholine chloride-treated in vitro grown Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Acta Physiol Plant 35:1775–1783. [Springer; I.F. - 1.5]
  4.  Kundu, S., Dey, A., Bandyopadhyay, A. (2014a) Chlorocholine chloride mediated resistance mechanism and protection against leaf spot disease of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Eur J Plant Pathol 139(3): 511-524. [Springer; I.F. - 1.4]
  5. Kundu, S., Dey, A., Bandyopadhyay, A.(2014b) Stimulation of in vitro morphogenesis, antioxidant activity and over expression of kaurenoic acid 13- hydroxylase gene in Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni by chlorocholine chloride. Acta Physiol Plant. 36(10):2383-2693. [Springer; I.F. - 1.5]
  6. Ganguli, S., Dey, A., Banik, R., Kundu, A., Pal, A. (2016a) Analyses of MYMIV-induced transcriptome in Vigna mungo as revealed by next generation sequencing. Genomics Data 7 (2016) 226–228. [Elsevier – 0.24]
  7. Kundu, S., Dey, A., Bandyopadhyay, A. (2016b) Optimization of high quality RNA isolation method from Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni leaf for Q-PCR analysis. Bionature 36(1):9-16.
  8. Kundu A., Paul S., Dey A., Pal A. (2017) High throughput sequencing   reveals modulation of microRNAs in Vigna mungo upon Mungbean Yellow Mosaic  India Virus inoculation highlighting stress regulation. Plant Science 257: 96-105. [Elsevier; I.F. – 3.4]

 

Deposition of transcript sequences in Sequence Read Archives (SRA) of NCBI

  1. Transcriptome Library from leaves of Vigna mungo cultivar T9

1 ILLUMINA (NextSeq 500) run: 27.9M spots, 8.4G bases, 3Gb downloads, Accession:  SRX1558530

  1. Transcriptome Library of Vigna mungo RIL VM84 infected with MYMIV

1 ILLUMINA (Illumina HiSeq 2000) run: 56.1M spots, 11.3G bases, 6.8Gb downloads, Accession: SRX1082731

  1. Transcriptome Data of Vigna mungo Cv. T9 infected with MYMIV

1 ILLUMINA (NextSeq 500) run: 30.6M spots, 9.2G bases, 4.3Gb downloads, Accession: SRX1058327

  1. Transcriptome Library of Mock Innoculated Vigna mungo cultivar T9

1 ILLUMINA (NextSeq 500) run: 32.7M spots, 9.9G bases, 4.6Gb downloads, Accession: SRX1058325

  1. Transcriptome Library of mock inoculated Vigna mungo RIL VM84

1 ILLUMINA (Illumina HiSeq 2000) run: 39.7M spots, 8G bases, 4.8Gb downloads, Accession: SRX1032950

 

Forthcoming publications:

 

  1. Dey A., Ganguli S., Singh P. K. and Pal A.  Genome wide transcriptome analysis to identify immune responsive genes in resistant, MYMIV- challenged Vigna mungo.
  2. Dey, A., Kundu, S., Bandyopadhyay, A., Bharracharjee, A. Modulation of growth and metabolism of field grown plants of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni by application of chlorocholine chloride.

 

 

  1. Kundu, S., Dey, A., Bandyopadhyay, A. Chlorocholine chloride mediated up-                       regulation of pathogenesis related genes in Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni during induced pathogenic stress by Alternaria alternata (Fr.) Keissler and Curvularia lunata  (Wakk.) Boedijn.

 

 

 

Full length paper published in Conference Proceedings

 

Dey, A., Kundu, S., Bandyopadhyay, A. (2016) Chlorocholine chloride induced stevioside accumulation and differential expression of UGT85C2 gene in micropropagated and field grown plants of Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni. Conservation, cultivation, disease and therapeutic importance of medicinal and aromatic plants. 85-101.Today & Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers (ISBN - 81-7109-554-X).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department: Chemistry

Name of the faculty: Dr. Soumen Mistri

Papers published in journals:

 

  1. Bis-chelated- (3-methoxy-2-oxo-benzaldehyde) - copper (II) complex: Synthesis, crystal structure, fluorescence property, DFT calculation, and catecholase activity, Polyhedron, 2015, 88, 101–109.
  2. 3D Supra Molecular networks of Mn(II)-5-sulfosalicylate assembled with 4,4´-dipyridyl N,N´-dioxide and 4,4´-dipyridyl: Structure, photoluminescence and DFT calculations, Polyhedron, 2015, 89, 250-259.
  3. Oxalato-bridged oligonuclear complexes of cadmium (II) / lead (II) with bipyridine coligands: Synthesis, crystal structure, electronic spectra, density functional theory calculation, and effect of organic compounds on the fluorescence property, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2014, 409, 528–537.
  4. The supra molecular assembly of tetra aqua-(pyridine-2, 5-dicarboxylato)-copper (II) complex: Crystal structure, TD-DFT approach, electronic spectra and photoluminescence study, Journal of Coordination Chemistry, 2014, 67, 1174-1185.
  5. Syntheses, crystal structures, and magnetic properties of metal-organic hybrid materials of Mn(II)/Co(II): Three-fold interpenetrated a-polonium-like network in one of them, Crystal Growth & Design, 2014, 14, 3276-3285.
  6. Synthesis, crystal structure, solid state electronic spectra and thermal study of three cobalt(II)-selenocyanate complexes: in situ room temperature transformation of 4,4´-dipyridyldisulfide to 4,4´-dipyridylsulfide, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2014, 413, 166–173
  7. Fluorescent bis-chelated-1, 10-phenanthroline-azido-copper (II) complex for selective sensing of aniline, Polyhedron, 2013, 50, 333–338.
  8. A 3D coordination polymer of Sm (III) using inorganic sulphate and organic succinate building blocks, Acta Chimica Slovenica, 2013, 60, 5–9.
  9. Tetra carboxyl to-bridged copper (II) complexes with ancillary N-chelating legends: Syntheses, crystal structures and effect of aromatic compounds on the fluorescence property, Polyhedron, 2013, 49, 252–258.
  10. Cu (II) complexes of pyridine-2, 6-dicarboxylate and N-donor neutral ligands: Synthesis, crystal structure, thermal behavior, DFT calculation and effect of aromatic compounds on their fluorescence, Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2013, 405, 331–338.
  11. A rare supra molecular assembly involving ion pairs of coordination complexes with a host–guest relationship: synthesis, crystal structure, photoluminescence and thermal study, CrystEngComm, 2012, 14, 7415-7422.

 

Papers in seminars/conferences

 

  1. National Symposium on “Frontiers in Chemical Sciences 2016 & Food Processing, Preservation and Packaging 1422” held in Vidyasagar University, Midnapore 29th February to 1st March, 2016

 

Department: Mathematics

Name of the faculty: Dr. Debasis Das 

Papers published in journals:

  1.  (2010) Improving production policy for a deteriorating item under permissible delay in payments with stock dependent demand rate, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Elsevier, vol.-60, No.7, ISSN 0898- 1221
  2. (2010) A production-inventory model for a deteriorating item incorporating learning effect using Genetic Algorithm, Advances in Operations Research,  Hindawi Publishing Corporation, vol.-2010, doi: 10.1155/2010/146042, ISSN  1687-9147(p) ISSN: 1687-9155 (e)
  3. (2010) Two-warehouse production model for deteriorating inventory items with stock-dependent demand under inflation over a random planning horizon, Central European Journal of Operations Research, Springer, vol.-2010, doi: 10.1007/s10100-010-0165-4. ISSN 1435-246X(p),ISSN1613-9178(e)
  4. (2011) A volume flexible economic production lot-sizing problem with imperfect quality and random machine failure in Fuzzy-stochastic environment, Computers and Mathematics with Applications, Elsevier, vol.-61, No.9, 2011, ISSN  0898- 1221
  5. (2011) Optimal payment time for a retailer under permitted delay of payment by the wholesaler with dynamic demand and hybrid number cost parameters, OPSEARCH,Springer,vol.-48,No.3,2011ISSN:0030-3887(p)  ISSN: 0975-0320 (e)
  6. (2011) A multi-warehouse partial backlogging inventory model for deteriorating items under inflation when a delay in payment is permissible, Annals of Operations Research, DOI 10.1007/s10479-014-1691-6,2014, ISSN 0254-5330
  7. (2012) A Multi-item Inventory Model for Two-stage Production System with Imperfect Processes Using Differential Evolution and Credibility Measure,  International Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 9, No. 2, 87−99 (2012), ISSN  online: 1745-7653ISSN print: 1745-7645
  8. (2013) Two-warehouse production inventory model for a deteriorating item with time-varying demand and shortages: a genetic algorithm with varying population size approach, DOI 10.1007/s11081-013-9223-9, ISSN 1389-4420
  9. (2015) A production-inventory model with permissible delay incorporating learning effect in random planning horizon using Genetic Algorithm Journal of Industrial Engineering International Springer ISSN;2251- 712X(P),ISSN;1735- 5702(P) DOI 10.1007/s40092-015-0121

 

 

 Papers presented in seminars and conferences:

  1. National seminar on “Recent Advances in Applied Mathematics” held on 18-19 March, 2004 in Vidyasagar University, Midnapore.
  2. National seminar on “Mathematics and its Applications” held on March 27, 2004 in B.E. College, Howrah.
  3. National Seminar on “Role of Mathematics in Socio-Economic Research (RMSER 2015)” held on 28th March, 2015 in Heritage Institute of Technology, Kolkata. 

 

Department: Physics

Name of the faculty:  Prof.  Soumendra Nath Ruz

Papers published in journals:

  1. Canonical formulation of the curvature-squared action in the presence of a lapse function, Abhik Kumar Sanyal, Subhra Debnath and Soumendra Nath Ruz.Class. Quantum Grav. 29 (2012), 215007 (24pp), Doi:10.1088/0264-9381/29/21/215007 ISSN : 0264-9381; IF – 2.83
  2. Singularity Free Stars in (2+1) Dimensions, Farook Rahaman,  Ayan Banerjee, Irina Radinschi, Sumita Banerjee, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Int J Theor Phys. 10(2012), Doi:10.1007/s10773-012-1406-1
  3. Why Noether Symmetry of F(R) Theory Yields Three-Half Power Law? Kaushik Sarkar,  Nayem Sk, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Subhra Debnath, Abhik Kumar Sanyal,Int J Theor Phys, 01(2012), Doi: 10.1007/s10773-012-1471-5.
  4. Euclidean Wormholes in minimally coupled scalar fields, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Subhra Debnath, Abhik Kumar Sanyal and Bijan Modak, Classical and Quantum Gravity 08(2013); 30:175013. Doi:10.1088/0264-9381/30/17/175013 ISSN : 0264-9381; IF – 2.83

 

  1. Canonical formulation of scalar curvature squared action in higher dimensions,  Subhra Debnath, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Abhik Kumar Sanyal, Physical Review D 08(2014); 90:047504. Doi:10.1103/PhysRevD.90.047504 , ISSN : 2470-0010 IF: 4.506
  2. Validating variational principle for higher order theory o gravity, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Kaushik Sarkar, Nayem Sk, Abhik Kumar Sanyal, Modern Physics Letters A. 2015 24(1550119); ISSN : 0217-7323 IF: 1.338
  3. Resolving the issue of branched Hamiltonian in Lanczos-Lovelock gravity, Soumendra Nath Ruz, Ranajit Mandal, Subhra Debnath, Abhik Kumar Sanyal. Under revision.
  4. Different routes to Canonical formulation of Curvature squared gravity.Soumendra Nath Ruz, Ranajit Mandal, Subhra Debnath, Abhik Kumar Sanyal. Under revision.

 

 

Department: Geography

Name of the faculty: Dr. Shovan Ghosh     

 

Research Papers Published in Journals

 

  1. Contemporary Issue-Problems and Management of Bio-medical Waste in Different Health Care Units of Hooghly-Chinsurah Municipality. Practising Geographer-A Reviewed Journal of Indian Geographical Foundation. Volumn 13, No. (2), Winter 2009. ISSN 0975-3850.
  2. First generation Learners –Caught between two Worlds:-An enquiry into Dhaniakhali Block, Hugli District. Practising Geographer-A Reviewed Journal of Indian Geographical Foundation. Volume 14, No. (2), Winter 2010. ISSN 0975-3850.
  3. The Societal Momentum of Access And Success Of Schooling At Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal. A Peer- Reviewed Advanced Journal of Geographical World,(AJGW) , Pritam Publications, Volume 1, No.2, June, 2011, ISSN-0976- 7010.
  4. Domestic violence Against Women:-A Study from Hugli District, West Bengal. MS Academic. An International Multidisciplinary, Refereed journal. Council for MS ACADEMIC . Volume 2, No.1, January, 2012. ISSN 2229-6484.
  5. Problems of education among Scheduled tribes in India: Finding a balance. Geo-Analyst. North Bengal Geographical Multidisciplinary journal. Volume 4, Number 12. December, 2012. ISSN 0975- 833X.
  6. Spatial Problems of Secondary Education In Hugli District. Geo-Analyst.      North Bengal Geographical Society. Indexed to DOAJ.  Volume 2, No.2, December 2012. ISSN 2249-2909.
  7. Stagnation of Education among Primitive Tribe of Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal, India. Hill geographer- . International Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal of North Eastern Hill Geographical Society. Volume XXVIII, No. 1, 2012.
  8. Poverty, Child Labour and Access of Schooling in India: Society. Indexed to DOAJ.  Volume 2, No.1, 2012. ISSN 2249-2909.
  9. Looking Into The Gendered Space: Through The Eyes Of The Downtrodden Women. Pp. 247—256, Journal of Landscape Systems and Ecological Studies. Institute of Landscape, Ecology and Ekistics, Kolkata. Volume 35, No.1, June,2012, ISSN 0971-4170.
  10. Direct and Opportuanity Costs of Schooling a Girl Child:--A case Study of Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal, India. International Journal of current Research, IJCR, A Peer-Reviewed International
  11. - Finding the gaps. Asian Journal of Research in Social science and Humanities- International Peer Reviewed Refereed Journal of Asian research Consortium. Volume 3, Issue 1, January 2013. ISSN –2249-7315.
  12. Measuring Educational Attainment in Purulia District by Block level. MS Academic. An International Multidisciplinary, Refereed journal. Council for MS ACADEMIC . Volume 3, Issue 1, 2013. ISSN 2229-6484.
  13. The inner Contradictions of High School Education in Urban Areas of West Bengal, India :--An Analysis of a Sample surveySPECTRUM:-An International Peer Reviewed Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Pinnacle Research Journal. Volume 3, Issue 2, February, 2014.  ISSN:-2278-0637 (Online).
  14. The Silent Exclusion of First Generation Learners from Educational Scenario- A Profile from Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal. International Journal of Developmental Research, an International Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal.  Volume 4, Issue 3, March, 2014. ISSN 2230-9926.
  15. Problems and Planning for an Efficient Rural Linkage System with Reference to Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal. Weekly Science Research Journal- International Peer Reviewed and Refereed Journal. Volume 1, Number 34, March 2014. 2321-7871   DOI 10.9780
  16. Hard Realities of School Education in Rural Areas: A Profile of Balagarh Block, Hugli, West Bengal. Eastern Geographer, Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal. Volumn XX,  Number 1, January 2014. ISSN 0973-7642.
  17. Education Infrastructure Index: An Attempt on Hugli District, West Bengal. Panchakot eSSAYS, Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal. Volume 5, No 1, May 2014. ISSN 0976-4968.
  18. A Comparative Study of Street Vendors in India- An Integral Part of Urban Economy. Practising Geographer-A Reviewed Journal of Indian Geographical Foundation. Volumn 19, No. 1, Summer 2015. ISSN 0975-3850.
  19. Spatial Pattern of  Road Transport  Connectivity At Puncha Block Of Purulia District, West Bengal. e-Traverse- a Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal of Indian Journal of Spatial Science.
  20. Spatial Disparities of Educational Development In Hooghly District, West Bengal. Deccan Geographer- Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal of The Deccan Geographical Society, Pune. Maharastra, India.

Research Papers Accepted for Publication in Journals

  1. Measuring Inequalities in Infrastructure and Achievement of High School Education in Hooghly District, West Bengal. Population Geography- Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal of Population Geographers of India, Punjab University, India.
  2. Factorial Ecology of Rural and Urban Areas of Hooghly District in the Context Of School Educational Development and Infrastructure. Eastern Geographer- Peer Reviewed and Referred Journal. ISSN 0973-7642

 

Research Papers Published in Books

  1. The Hidden alphabet:--Educational Deprivation of Girls of Puncha block, Purulia District, West Bengal In Ali, J. and Firdous, S. (eds.) Issues in Development and Sustainability. Publisher: S.B.Enterprise, Kolkata (2013). ISBN: 978-81-922957-3-2
  2. Education Infrastructure and Achievement Index: An Attempt on Puncha Block of Puruliya District, West Bengal. In  Pan,S., Mukherjee, S., Chakraborty, D., Ganguly, S (eds.) Environment, People and Management. A Developmental Perspective.Publisher: Renu Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-85502-15-6

 

Research Papers Accepted for Publication in Books

  1. The Measure of Accessibility And Aspect of Schooling with reference to Puncha Block of Purulia District, West Bengal.UGC sponsored National Seminar on Man-Environment Interrelations: Issues, Challenges and Remedies. 2nd and 3rd December, 2015. Organized by Department of Geography, Bankura Christian College, Bankura, W.B.

Research Papers Published in Seminar Proceedings

  1. Shovan GhoshBattle For School”-Hindrances of Access and Success of Girls Education in Puncha Block, Purulia Disrict. Peer-Reviewed. UGC sponsored National Seminar on Education for Sustainable Development in 21st Century. 4th and 5th October, 2012. Organized by Union Christian Training College,  Berhampore, Murshidabad, W.B. ISBN 978-81-925536-0-3

 Papers Presented in National and International Seminars/Conferences

 

National Level

  1. ‘Problems and Management of Bio-Medical Waste from different Health care units of   Hooghly-Chinsurah Municipality’. Paper Presented on National Level Seminar on Contemporary Issues in Geography, organized by Indian Geographical Foundation, 27th and 28th February, 2009.
  2. ‘The Spatiality of Domestic Violence against Women: A case study from Rural-Urban Geographical Environment in Hooghly District, W.B.’ Paper Presented on Two day National Level Seminar on Globalizing Urban Governance and Sustainable Development organized by Department of Geography, Dr. Gour Mohan College, Manteswar, Burdwan on 8th and 9th October, 2010.
  3. Hard realities of School Education in Rural Areas:-A Profile of Balagarh Block, Hooghly district, West Bengal. ’ Paper Presented on Three day 33rd Indian Geography Congress, organized by Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan, Burdwan on 11th to 13th November, 2011.
  4. ‘Hurdles of high school education in rural areas’. Paper Presented on Three day National Seminar on Geography of Today: Problems and Prospects organized by Indian Geographical Foundation, Kolkata on 23rd to 25th March, 2012.
  5. ‘The Societal Momentum of Access and Success of Schooling at Puncha Block of Purulia District, W.B. Paper Presented on Two day National Seminar on Human Dimensions of Environmental Change, organized by Department of Geography, Kaji Nazrul Islam Mahavidyalaya, Churulia, West Bengal on 8th -9th February, 2013.
  6. ‘Does Good Education Infrastructure ensure Educational Development? Perspectives from Hugli District, West Bengal’. Paper Presented on One day National level Seminar on Social Well-being: Issues and Challenges, organized by Department of Geography, University of Gour Banga, Maldah, West Bengal on 7th January, 2015.
  7. ‘Impact of Natural Hazard on Educational Momentum: A Case study’. Paper Presented on two day National level Seminar Natural Hazard in South Bengal, 9th October, 2015.
  8. ‘Connectivity, Accessibility and Momentum for The High School Education of Puncha Block of Puruliya District’. Paper Presented on Two day National level Seminar on Man-Environment Interrelations: Issues, Challenges and Remedies, organized by Department of Geography, Bankura Christian Coillege, Bankura, West Bengal on 2nd and 3rd December, 2015.
  9. ‘Conflicting Dimensions of High school Education at suburbs of Calcutta: A profile from Chandannagore Municipal Corporation, Hooghly District’. Paper Presented on Two day National level Seminar on Contextualising Issues in Applied Geography. March 04-05, 2016 at Department of Geography and Environment Management, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore, West Bengal. 
  10. ‘Challenges to Urban Regional schools: A Profile’.  Paper Presented on Two day National level Seminar on Contemporary Research in Geography, 05-06 March, 2016 at Department of Geography, Bhairab Ganguly College, Belgharia, West Bengal.

International Level

  1. Domestic violence Against Women: A Case Study in Hooghly District, W.B. Paper Presented on Environment, Agriculture and Food Security in India, XXXI Annual Conference of Institute of Indian Geographers, organized by Post Graduate Department of Geography, Bangalore University, Karnataka, India from 19th to 21st February, 2010.
  2. ‘Looking into the Gendered Space: Through the eyes of the Downtrodden Women’.  Paper Presented on Contextualizing Geographical Approaches To Studying Gender in Asia, organized by IGU Commission on Gender and Geography in Collaboration with Department of Geography, University of Delhi and College of Asia and Pacific, Australian National University at the University of Delhi, from 3rd March to 5th March, 2010.
  3. ‘Problems and Prospects of First Generation Learners-An enquiry into Dhaniakhali Block, Hugli’. Paper Presented on Environment, Resource and Regional Development, organized by Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan from 8th March to 9th March, 2010.
  4. ‘Urban High school education and  its changing interface’. Paper Presented on Dimensions of Development and Resource conservation, organized by Dept. of Geography, The University of Calcutta, from 10th March to 12th March, 2012.
  5. ‘Are Traditional Bengali Medium High Schools in Urban areas Suffocating? An Analysis of a Sample Survey’. Paper Presented in International Geographical Union (IGU) Conference on Geo-informatics for Biodiversity and Climate Change, organized by Maharshi Dayanand University, Rohtak, Hariyana, India. from 14th March to 16th March, 2013.
  6. ‘Problems of Swelling and Shrinking of Enrolment : A Study from Chandannagore Municipal Corporation, Hugli Dist, W.B, India’. Paper Presented on 35th Indian Geographers’ Meet and International Conference, organized by Department of Geography, The University of Burdwan, West Bengal, India from 11th November to 13th November, 2013
  7. ‘Conflicting Dimensions of High school Education at suburbs of Kolkata: glimpses from Chandannagore Municipal Corporation, Hooghly District’. Paper Presented in three day international conference on Urbanisation and Regional Sustainability , organized by Dept. of Geography. The University of Calcutta on  28-30 January, 2016

    

 

Department: Zoology

     Name of the faculty -  Dr. Manab Kumar Saha

 

  1. Eco-friendly and Cost Effective Techniques for denitrification in Aquarium Int. J. Cur. Tr. Res (2013) 2 (1): 187-192 ISSN: 2278-8042
  2. Present Status of Icthyo faunal Diversity of Damodar River at Burdwan District, West

            Bengal, India. International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, 

            2013 3(6) ISSN 2250-3153

  1. Resource potentiality of indigenous ornamental fishes in west Bengal International Journal Of Current Research (2013) 5 (5):1232-1238 ISSN: 0975-833X
  2. Customers Preference for Aquarium Keeping: Market survey, Special Emphasis on Indigenous Ornamental Fishes in four District of West Bengal, India Res.J.Recent Sci.2013, 2(12), 43-53 ISSN 2277-2502
  3. Studies on importance of field trips on students’ knowledge and interest toward biology

            in West Bengal  Sikshachintan, 2013, 7, 11-13

  1. Is Frog Dissection Essential for Life Science Teaching? The Dissection Controversy Frog Log.2013, 105(21), 62-63 ISSN – 1026-0269 ISSN: 1026-0269ISSN: 1026-0269 ISSN: 1026-0269ISSN: 1026-0

 

 

Papers in seminars/conferences

1. National Symposium on “Frontiers in Chemical Sciences 2016 & Food Processing, Preservation and Packaging  422” held in Vidyasagar University, Midnapore 29th February to 1st March, 2016

2. International Level Seminar on ‘Studies on availability of small indigenous fish species having ornamental value and their role in up liftmen of rural development in West Bengal, India’ organised by Vidyasagar University 1st - 3rd March, 2013

3. ICAR-CIFA summer school on ‘Advance tools for genetic improvement of aquaculture species: An integrated approach’ 10th - 30th June, 2015

4. ICAR-CIFA summer school on ‘Application of nanotechnology & molecular diagnostics in fisheries & aquaculture’ 20th July - 9th August, 2016

5. National seminar on ‘Exploring the modern approach in biological science: from genome to organism (chapter-II)’ organized by Sidho Kanho Birsha University sponsored by WBBB 21st – 22nd February, 2017

 

Department: Bengali

Name of the faculty: Prof. Debabrata Mandal

  1. Rabindra Golpa Nari Mukti Ba Nari Progoti,Page-113, Malati Puthi, National
  2. Tarashankarar Golpa Joibyaprobitty,Page-09, Sahimtya shanai, National
  3. Yogajog O Bhanga Somparka Page-35, Kalamar Mukh, National
  4. Sabhyatar Prekhya pata otiter smriticharayan,Page-18, Swastya Alapan,ISSN-2278-4659, Peer Received
  5. Srikrishna Krittnayar Srikrishna,Page-27, Swastya  Alapan, ISSN-2278-4659
  6. Lokgaan baulgaan page-13, Swastya Alapan, ISSN-2278-4659

 

Name of the faculty: Dr. Ramshankar Pradhan  

 

  1. Doi-wala: Amaler Kalpanar Pratirup Article in Book (Dakghar) Pragnabikash (2014) National ISBN-97893-83016-14-3 Peer Reviewed
  2. Shyamal Gangopadhyay er Jiban O Shahitya National Pablication,Kol-2015 National ISBN-978-81-922498-7-2 Peer Reviewed
  3. Bankim Biday-Gobinda Ch. Das Article In Book(Unish-Bisher Kabita) Banjan Barna Kol-2015 National ISBN-978-81-929245-8-8 Peer Reviewed
  4. Sadhabar Ekadashi:Samakaler Pratirup Udalak Kol.49 National Peer Reviewed

 

Papers in Seminars, Conferences

  1. British Birodhi Bangla Natak O Tiner Talwar, J.K.College Purulia, Sep.29-30-2011 National (UGC)
  2. Sahajada Dara Suko-Oitihasik Upanyaser Nutan Sanga, Manbhum Maha Vidyalaya Purulia, Sep.30-Oct. 1st 2013 National (UGC)
  3. Upanyase Samajer Bhumika: Sarat Sahityer Tar Swarup Unmochan, M.G.College Purulia, Nov.13-14th 2014 National (UGC)
  4. Prabashi O Ramananda Chattopadyay, R.C.College Purulia, August 5th -  6th -7th 2015 STATE
  5. Jete Pari Kintu Keno Jabo: Shakti Chattopaddhyayer Ak Ananta Jiban Jignasa, Khatra Adibasi Maha Vidyalaya Bankura, Sep. 23rd -24th - 2015 National (UGC)
  6. Sudhindra Nather Saswati: Udbigna Bishad Theke Premer Swarge Uttran, Manbhum Maha Vidyalaya Purulia, Sep.30-Oct. 1st 2015 National (UGC)
  7. Shyamal Gongopaddhyayer ‘Alo-Nei’ : Desh Bhager Ak Marmantik Alekhya, University of Ranchi Jharkhand, Oct. 6th -7th 2015 International
  8. ‘Sahajada Dara Sukoh’ : By Shyamal Gangapadhyay: The Most Ignored Icon of Communal Integrity in Mughal Era, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 12-13th 2015 International

 

 

 

Department: English

Name of the faculty: Prof. Arpita Ghosh

Papers Presented in National and International Seminar / Conference

1. ’Dirty Words’: Law, Media and Language in the AIB Roast”  8-10 January 2016 Sarai, CSDS, Delhi.  International

2. The Class is reading Theatre: Questions of Pedagogy and Politics in teaching Postindependence Indian English Drama.  17-18 December 2015 , Department of English, Bankura Christian College, Bankura, in collaboration with IASA  . UGC Sponsored National Seminar

3. Slashing Shakespeare: Locating Queer desire in Shakespeare fanfiction. 16-17 December 2014. Department of English, Presidency University, Kolkata. International Conference (Global Shakespeares Conference)

4. Whose text is it anyway?: online fanfiction as transaction. 2-3 September 2014. Department of English, Sidho Kanho Birsha University. National Seminar

 

Name of the faculty: Prof. Sanjib kumar Kar

Papers in Seminars/Conferences

1. Subjugation or Emancipation: Studying Feminine Individuality in Vijay Tendulkar’s Kamala, UGC Sponsored National Seminar, Dept. of English, Bankura Christian College, Bankura in collaboration with IASA, 17-18 December, 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Department: Economics

Name of the faculty: Prof. Amal Kumar Datta

  1. K.K Datta, R.K Sharma & Amal Kumar Datta  (1988) Factors Influencing potato Acreage in Himachal Pradesh A study in Lahaul-Spiti District, Agricultural Situation in India, Directorate of Economics and Statistics Department of agriculture and Co-operation Ministry of Agriculture. pp. 671-674.
  2. K.K Datta, S.S.Datta & Amal Kumar Datta (1989) Productivity, Profitability and Financial Possibility in capture Fishery-A Study in Orissa Coast, Indian Journal of Agricultural Economics, India Society of Agricultural Economics, April-June, Vol-XL1V No-2, ISSN0019-5014, PP-150-158.

 

Department: Santali

Name of the faculty: Dayal Chandra Mandal

  1. Nimjhar Mela, Page No – 14 SERMA – 61, April 2008, Hor Sombad, State Govt. Dumka (Jharkhand)
  2. Johar Baba, Page – 37 SERMA – 62 July 2008. HOR SOMBAD State Govt. Dumka (Jharkhand)
  3. Hindi Re Lar – Charok Kan Sabad Ko Reak Santali Re Arang Lekate Bonodol (Pronunciation Of Santali Incoming Words) University Smarika – 2009, (SKMU, Dumka). University Smatika State Govt. SKMU, Dumka (Jharkhand)
  4. Adibasi Jiyak Jiyon Charit, Page No. -30-32 SERMA – 64, April 2011. Hor Sombad State Govt. Dumka (Jharkhand)
  5. Disam Sereng Reyak Santali Te Torjoma, Page No. – 30 SERMA – 65, February 2012. Hor Sombad State Govt. Dumka (Jharkhand)
  6. Esel Kuri, Page No. – 17 SMARIKA, (19th to 26th February 2016) Rajkiya Janjatiya Hijla Mela Mahotsav, Dumka. Smarika  Rajkiya Janjatiya Hijla Mela Mahotsav, Dumka State Govt. Dumka (Jharkhand)
  7. Maner Katha, Page No. -58 year  33, Vol. – 2 Phalgun -  Chatra 1422, (March – April 2016 Ajker Yodhan State Rupnarayanpur (W.B)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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