Dr. B. Mathew

Rural Development and Agricultural Production

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualifications:

  • Ph.D. (Horticulture) specialization in Fruits & Orchard Management from Bidhan Chandra KrishiViswavidhyalaya, Mohanpur, Nadia, West Bengal
  • M.Sc. (Agriculture) specialization in Horticulture fromBidhan Chandra KrishiViswavidhyalaya, Mohanpur, Nadia, West Bengal
  • B.Sc. (Agriculture) from Nagaland University, School of Agricultural Sciences and Rural Development, Medziphema, Nagaland
  • Pre-University (Agriculture) from North-Eastern Hill University, SASRD,Medziphema Campus, Nagaland

Areas of interest/Specialisation:

  • Organic management of horticultural crops
  • Plant biotechnology and conservation of RET plants.
  • Ethnobotanical studies and Indigenous Knowledge System in crop production
  • Standardization of technologies for fruit production in Hill slopes.
  • Biodiversity study and characterization.

Experience:

  • Post-Graduate Teaching in the Department of Rural Development and Agricultural Production, North-Eastern Hill University, Tura campus, Meghalaya since 17-01-2007.
  • Post-Graduate and Under graduate teaching as Associate Professor in the Department of Horticulture, Sikkim University  from 19-05-2014 to 08-12-2014.
  • TOT, Organic Production and Export promotion of spices crops as Field Officer, in Spices Board (Govt. of India, Ministry of Commerce and Industries), N.H. Bye Pass, Cochin, Kerala from 05-06-02 to 16-01-07
  • Field research/experimentations on semi-arid fruit crops as Research Associate at Regional Research Station, Bidhan Chandra KrishiVishwavidhyalaya, Mohanpur, West Bengal, India
  • Co coordinator,  Bioinformatics Facility (BIF), Dept. of RDAP, North-Eastern Hill University, Tura campus, Tura, Meghalaya
  • Co coordinator,  Biotech Hub, Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya

Awards:

  • Baba SahebDr.Ambedkar Fellowship Award 2006 conferred by the Bharatiya Dalit Sahitya Academy, New Delhi on 1st December 2006.

Ph. D./ M.Phil. Supervised:

Title of Thesis/Dissertation Name of the Scholar Registration No. Date of award
Ph.D. Awarded
Diversification of Agriculture in West Garo Hills District, Meghalaya Ajanta Deb Kar 1741 of     21-4-2011 21-3-2014
An Ethnobotanical Study of Wild Edible Plants among Meitei and Garo People of North-East India Ksh. Dedrilkumar Singh 1492 of     20-4-2009 26-06-2015
Factors Affecting Physico-Chemical Properties andProductivity of Mandarin Orange in Garo Hills, Meghalaya HaolunHangsing 1680 of     27-9-2010 05-12-2015
M. Phil. Awarded
Standardization of Rooting Media and Time of Air Layering in Guava in West Garo Hills Prelida N. Sangma 611 of 02-12-2016 14-11-2018

Research Guidance (Ongoing)

Title of Thesis/Dissertation Name of the Scholar Registration No.
In vitro propagation of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) Shayantani Das 2463 of 11.02.2015
Diversity of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) In the Garo Hills, Meghalaya Gaithoiliu phaomie 2626 of 15.02.2016
Ethnomedicinal plants used by garo tribe of meghalaya  and its phytochemical properties Adela d. Marak 2596 of 10-02-2016
Slow growth techniques for in vitro conservation of Citrus indica Kiran Chhetri 2913 of 30.08.2017

Administrative responsibilities undertaken:

  • Teacher-in-charge of Horticulture Unit and AgronomyUnit of Dept. of Rural Development and Agricultural Production, NEHU Tura campus
  • Member of Governing body, Phukan Memorial College, Dalu, West Garo Hills
  • External Member of Internal Quality Assurance Committee (IQAC), Don Bosco College, Tura, West Garo Hills.

Academic affiliations:

  • Life member of Horticultural Society of India, Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi.
  • Life member of Indian Society of Plantation Crops, Central Plantation Crops Research Institute, Kasargod, Kerala.
  • Life member of Indian Society for Spices, Indian Institute of Spices Research, Calicut, Kerala.
  • Life member of Horticultural Society of North East India, Dept. of Horticulture, Nagaland University, Medziphema, Nagaland.
  • Life member of Cooch Behar Association for cultivation of Agricultural Sciences, Uttar BangaKrishiViswavidylaya, Pundibari, Cooch Behar, West Bengal
  • Life member of Society for Horticultural Research and Development, SD-70, Shastri Nagar, Ghaziabad- 201 002, Uttar Pradesh.
  • Life member of Fruit Science Society of Bangladesh, Bangladesh Agricultural University, Mymensingh -2202, Bangladesh.

Research Projects

i. Completed Project:

Title Sponsoring Authority Date of Sanction Date of Completion
Studies on effect of in situ rainwater harvesting techniques on field establishment and growth of mandarin orange and guava sapling in West Garo Hills of Meghalaya UGC, New Delhi 25-03-2008 24-03-2019

ii. Ongoing Projects:

Title Sponsoring Authority Date of Sanction
In vitro Mass Multiplication and Conservation of some endangered Citrus species of NEH region of India Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi 06.01.2017
Bioinformatics Infrastructure Facility for biology teaching Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi
Sanction order no. BT/BI/12/042/2007, Dt: 11-02-2008
11-02-2008
 “In vitro propagation of endangered/ economically important plants & DNA- Barcoding of animals/ Plants” Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India, New Delhi
Sanction order no. BT/32/2012, Dt: 19-09-2013
19-09-2013

iii. Consultancy Project:

Title Sponsoring Authority Date of Sanction Date of Completion
Research Study on MGNREGA State Rural Employment Society Meghalaya 10-11-2016 24-4-2019
Comprehensive District Agricultural Planning (C-DAP) National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad Sept. 2009 Nov. 2010

Publications

i. Research papers:

  • Mathew B., Hasan M.A., Majumder D. and Chattopadhyay P.K.(2000). Effect of post harvest manipulation of parent pseudostem on yield and fruit morphological characters of first ratoon crop in banana (Musa, AAA, cv. Giant Governor). Research on Crops, 1 (2): 184-88. ISSN No. 0972-3226. NAAS rating 6.6. UGC Journal  No. 10481;  UGC-CARE List No. 386. Thompson Reuter Impact: 0.103
  • Poduval Mini, Mathew B. and Tarai R.K. (2015) Evaluation of Germplasm for Cashew Apple Processing Industry. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 72(3):411-415.ISSN 0972-8538 (NAAS 6.13).UGC Journal  No. 20791;  UGC-CARE List No. 128.
  • Ghosh, S.N., and Mathew, B. (2002) Performance of nine ber cultivars (ZizyphusmauritianaLamk) on top working in semi-arid region of West Bengal. Journal of Applied Horticulture, 4(1): 49-51. ISSN:0972-1045. NAAS rating 4.39. UGC Journal  No. 21393; UGC-CARE List No. 227.
  • S. Manna, Mathew, B., M.A. Hassan and P.K. Chattopadhaya (2002) Inflorescence and nut characters of some coconut cultivar and hybrids grown in West Bengal. Journal of Applied Horticulture, 4(1): 14-16.ISSN:0972-1045. NAAS rating 4.39. UGC Journal  No. 21393; UGC-CARE List No. 227.
  • Mathew B., Hasan M.A., Majumder D. and Chattopadhyay P.K. (2000).Post-harvest manipulation of parent pseudostem and sucker management on foliar and soil nutrient status of banana. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 57 (3): 205-211. ISSN 0972-8538 NAAS 6.7. UGC Journal  No. 20791; UGC-CARE List No. 128
  • Mathew B., Hasan M.A., Majumder, D. and Chattopadhyay P.K. (2000).Performance of first ratoon crop in banana as influenced by parent pseudostem and sucker management. The Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 70 (9): 584-588. ISSN No. 0019-5022. NAAS 6.6. UGC Journal  No. 20708 ; UGC-CARE List No. 95
  • K.D. Singh and  B. Mathew (2019) Medicinal plants used by Garo Tribe of West Garo Hills, Meghalaya. Environment and Ecology, 37(1A):187-193.  ISSN No.  0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18. UGC Journal No. 19719.
  • Phaomei, G., Pareira, L.S., Mathew, B (2018) Variability of fruit characters of jackfruit in Rongram Block of West Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Environment and Ecology 36(2A): 611-615. ISSN No.  0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18. UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Das S., Dang JC and Mathew B. (2018) Surface sterilization protocol for in vitro propagation of Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. Environment and Ecology, 36(4A):1176-1180. ISSN No.  0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18. UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Mathew, B. and Lolly S. Pereira (2010) Effect of in situ rainwater harvesting techniques on mandarin orange plants grown in the Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Environment and Ecology, 28(3B):1975-1978. ISSN No. 0970-0420.NAAS rating 4.18. UGC No. 19719
  • Ghosh S.N., Manna S. and Mathew B. (2004) Effect of Nitrogen and Potassium fertilization on Custard Apple grown under rainfed laterite soils. Environment and Ecology, 22 (Spl-1):144-147. ISSN No.  0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal No. 19719.
  • Ghosh S.N., Manna S. and Mathew, B. (2003) Effect of pre-sowing seed treatment on germination, seedling growth and viability of Custard Apple (Annona squamosa) seeds. Environment and Ecology, 21(1):4-7. ISSN No. 0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna S. (2002) Effect of cultivar, rooting media and position of nodal cut on success of air layering in pomegranate. Environment and Ecology, 20 (2): 458-460. ISSN No. 0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Manna S., Mathew, B., Hasan, M.A. and Chattopadhyay P.K. (2001).Performance of some coconut cultivars grown in gangetic alluvium soil of West Bengal. Environment and Ecology,19 (1): 206-209. ISSN No. 0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Poduval M., Mathew, B., Hasan M.A., and Chattopadhyay P.K. (2001) Yield and curcumin content of different turmeric varieties and species. Environment and Ecology, 19(4):744-746. ISSN: 0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Mathew B., Hasan M.A., Majumder D. and Chattopadhyay P.K.(2000). Fruit quality of first ratoon crop in banana (Musa, AAA) as influenced by sucker management and post harvest manipulation of parent pseudostem. Environment and Ecology, 18 (3): 587-93. ISSN: 0970-0420. NAAS rating 4.18.UGC Journal  No. 19719
  • Phaomei, G., Pareira, L.S., Mathew, B (2017) Diversity of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophllus Lam.) in Rongram Block of West Garo Hills of Meghalaya. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology, 6(3): 1940-1947. ISSN No. 2278-3687, 2277-663x. NAAS rating 3.98.
  • Binu Mathew and Adela D. Marak (2016) Traditional knowledge on Ethnomedicines- A potential area of research among Garo tribe. Transient, 5:125-129. ISSN 2250-0650.
  • Hangsing, H., Kalita, D.C. and Mathew, B. (2016) Economic feasibility of Khasi Mandarin cultivation in Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Journal of Agriculture and Technology,  3 (2):34-39. ISSN 2348-4721.  (NAAS rating 3.39)
  • Singh, K.D., Binu Mathew and Rakesh Mohan (2016) Nutraceutical usage of wild edible plants among the Garo tribe of Meghalaya, India .Intl. J of.Sc. Technology and Environment. 5(5): 2959-2965 (ISSN 2278-3687 (O) 2277-663X (P) (NAAS rating 3.98)
  • Singh, K.D. and BinuMathew(2016) Wild edible plants among the Meitei of Eastern Himalaya, India. International Journal of Agriculture Sciences. 8(53): 2699-2702 (ISSN 0975-3710; NAAS rating 4.1
  • Hangsing, H., Mathew, B. and Kalita, D.C. (2016) Performance of Khasi Mandarin in Garo Hills, Meghlaya. International Journal of Science, Environment and Technology. 5(5): 3213-3223 (ISSN 2278-3687 (O) 2277-663X (P). NAAS  3.98
  • Ajanta Deb Kar and Binu Mathew (2016) Jhuming vs. settled cultivation - a micro level study in the West Garo Hills of India. International Journal in Management and Social Sciences,04(5):157-164 (ISSN: 2321-1784).
  • Hangsing, H., Mathew, B. and Kalita, D.C. (2015) Factors affecting mandarin productivity in Garo Hills (Meghalaya)- An empirical study. Journal of Agriculture and Technology, 2(1):108-111. ISSN 2348-4721. NAAS rating 3.39.
  • Mathew, B. and Pereira, L.S. (2014) Vermicomposting– a profitable enterprise for rural youth. Transient, 4:59-65. ISSN 2250-0650.
  • Dang, J.C., Das, S. and Mathew, B. (2014) Medicinal plants of Meghalaya: Uses and conservation strategies. Transient, 4:79-98. ISSN 2250-0650.
  • Dedril, K. S., Mohan,R. and B. Mathew (2014) Medicinal Plants and its usage among the Meitei community of Manipur- An Ethnobotanical Study. Indian Journal of Arecanut, Spices and Medicinal Plants, 16 (1):14-17. ISSN 0972 2483 (NAAS rating 2.1)
  • Ajanta Deb Kar, B. Mathew and Eugene. D. Thomas (2013) Diversification of Agriculture in West Garo Hills District of Meghalaya (India) for sustainable Rural Development. Transient, 3:47-60. ISSN 2250-0650.
  • Dang, J.C., Shabaree Y.A. Sangma and Binu Mathew (2013) In vitro germination of Citrus indica Tanaka-An endangered Dwarf Plant of Garo Hills, Meghalaya, India. Transient, 2:61-67. ISSN 2250-0650
  • Ajanta Deb Kar and Binu Mathew (2012) Tea Industry in West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya – A micro Analysis. Source, 2:93-104. ISSN 2250-0642.
  • Rongsentemjen, Ao and B. Mathew (2012) Perspective of Naga Farmers towards Pineapple Production. Transient, Vol. 2, pp 66-72. ISSN 2250-0650
  • C.P. Suresh, B. Mathew, K.D. Bhutia, A. Roy and M. Hussain (2012) Efficiency of soil cover on weed control in banana plantation. Transient, Vol. 2, pp. 7-12. ISSN 2250-0650
  • Panwar, P, Bhutia, K.D., C.P. Suresh and B. Mathew (2011) Performance of Elephant-foot yam grown as intercrop in mango orchard in terai zone of West Bengal. Transient, 1: 148-54. ISSN 2250-0650
  • Saha, L.R. and Mathew, B. (2011) Stem Bleeding Disease- a threat to coconut plantations of Garo Hills. Transient, 1:42-45. ISSN 2250-0650
  • Ghosh S.N. and Mathew, B. (2009) Success of cutting and air layering in pomegranate cv. Ganesh as influenced by season. The Horticultural  Journal, 22(1):43-45.
  • Saha, L.R. and Mathew B. (2008) Observation on some important viral diseases of crop plants in Garo Hills of Meghalaya. Science vision, Vol. VIII,  No. 3, pp.83-85.ISSN 0975-6175
  • Mathew, B. (2007) Black pepper- A potential intercrop for arecanut plantations of Garo Hill. Spice India, Vol. 52 No. 7, pp. 32-33.ISSN 0970-5805
  • Saha, L.R. and Mathew B. (2007) Integrated management of betelvine diseases. Science vision, Vol. VII,  No. 2, pp. 68-69.ISSN 0975-6175
  • Ghosh S.N., Manna S. and Mathew B. (2004) Yield and quality of custard apple in relation to fertilization under rainfed laterite soil. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 29(3): 342-344. ISSN No. 0378-2395.
  • Ghosh S.N., Manna S. and Mathew B. (2004) Effect of season on success of grafting in Custard Apple under semi-arid condition of West Bengal. The Horticultural Journal,17(1):89-91.
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna S. (2003) Evaluation of some aonla cultivars in West Bengal. Journal of Interacademicia, 7(1):21-24. ISSN 0971-9016.
  • Ghosh S.N., Manna S. and Mathew, B. (2003) Efficacy of drip irrigation in sweet orange cv. Mosambi grown on laterite soil of West Bengal. Indian Journal of Citriculture, 2(1):27-33.
  • Mathew, Binu(2003) Discover the therapeutic uses of Sweet Flag. Spice India, Vol. 48 No. 8, pp. 22-23. ISSN 0970-5805
  • Mathew, Binu(2003) Spices in Assam. Spice India, Vol. 48 No. 11, pp. 13-14. ISSN 0970-5805
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna, S. (2002) Studies of physico-chemical characters of fruits of aonla cultivars grown under rainfed semi-arid region of West Bengal. The Horticultural Journal,15(1):69-73
  • Ghosh S. N., Mathew, B. and Manna, S. (2002) Effect of in situ moisture conservation on growth, yield and fruit quality of some aonla at initial stage. Indian Journal of Soil Conservation, 30(3):290-293. ISSN 0970-3349.
  • Ghosh S. N., Mathew, B.and Manna, S. (2002) Effect of in situ moisture conservation on growth, yield and fruit quality of custard apple. J. Maharashtra Agric. Univ., 27 (3): 263-265. ISSN 0378-2395.
  • Poduval M., Mathew, B., Hasan M.A., and Chattopadhyay P.K. (2001) Evaluation of production potentialities of different turmeric species and varieties in gangetic alluvium soil of West Bengal. The Horticultural Journal, 14(2):135-141.
  • Manna S., Mathew, B. and Ghosh S.N. (2001) Air layering in guava cultivars. Journal of Interacademicia, 5 (2): 278-281. ISSN 0971-9016. NAAS rating 3.96
  • Mathew B., Ghosh S.N. and Manna S. (2001) Studies on physico-chemical characters of some sapota cultivars grown in West Bengal. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities. 26 (2): 224-226. ISSN 0378-2395.
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna, S. (2001) Studies on physico-chemical characteristics of fruits of custard apple grown under semi-arid region of West Bengal. The Orissa Journal of Horticulture, 29 (1): 66-68. ISSN 0973-2160
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna, S. (2001) Effect of in situ moisture conservation on growth, yield and fruit quality of pomegranate at initial age. The Orissa Journal of Horticulture, 29 (2): 61-64.
  • Mathew B., Hasan M.A., Majumder D. and Chattopadhyay P.K.  (2000). Effect of post harvest manipulation of parent pseudostem and sucker management of plant crop on yield, biomass production and harvest index of first ratoon in banana (Musa, AAA, Sub-group-Cavendish, cv. Giant Governor). The Horticultural Journal, 13 (2): 21-29.

ii. Book Chapters:
International Publisher:

  • Mathew, B., Pereira, L.S.  and C.P. Suresh (2011) Pineapple Production in Meghalaya (India) Indigenous Cultural Practices and Status.Proc. ActaHorticulturae, 7th International Pineapple Symposium at Johor Bahru, Malaysia during 13-15 July 2010 ISBN: 920: 275-280.
  • Mathew, B. and Ghosh, S.N. (2004) Effect of drip irrigation on sweet orange cv. ‘Mosambi’ grown in rain-shadow laterite soils. Proceedings of International  Society of Citriculture, 10th International Citrus congress held at Agadir, Morocco February -15-20, 2004, pp. 302-305.
  • Ghosh S.N., Mathew, B. and Manna, S. (2002) Effect of in situ moisture conservation on growth and yield of cashew at initial age. Proceedings of PLACROSYM- XIV, International conference on plantation crops,Plantation Crops Research and Development in the New Millenium" held at Hyderabad, India, December 12-15, 2000, pp. 361-364.

National Publisher:

  • Sangma, S.Y.A., Dang, J.C., Pereira, L.S. and Mathew, B. (2015) In vitro germination of citrus macropteraMont.An endangered plant of Garo Hills, Meghalaya, India. In: Proceedings of the National Seminar on Newer trends in Chemistry and Environment, held at Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya on 10-11 December, 2014. pp. 219-224. ISBN: 97893 85230 05 9.
  • Ajanta Deb (Kar) and Binu Mathew (2015) Extent of Agricultural Diversification in Meghalaya with special reference to West Garo Hills. Look East Policy: Perspectives from the South-East Asian Architecture (Ed: AbhigyanBhattacharjee), Pub: Excel India Publishers, New Delhi, pp. 126-133. ISBN: 978-93-84869-86-1
  • Ajanta Deb Kar and Binu Mathew (2012) Biodiversity of Meghalaya- Status and Threats. In: Proceedings of the National Seminar on Status of Biodiversity in India: Conservation and Social Relevance with Reference to NE (North-East) India,held at DonBosco College, Tura, Meghalaya. pp. 99-105. ISBN: 978-93-82062-24-0.

iii. Book authored:

  • Title: In situ Rainwater Harvesting and Conservation- An empirical study on arid fruit production.
    Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Deutchland Germany
    ISBN: 978-3-8473-7289-9

Papers presented in Conferences/Seminars

Title of the Lecture/Paper Title of Conference/ Seminar, etc. Organizer
Morphological characterization of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) in West Garo Hills district of Meghalaya International conference on Biodiversity, Environment and Human Health: Innovations and Emerging Trends held on 12-14 November 2018 Association of Biotechnology and Pharmacy (ABAP), India
&
School of Life Sciences, Mizoram University, Aizawl, Mizoram
Traditional method of healing bone fracture practiced by the Garo tribe of Meghalaya International conference on Biodiversity, Environment and Human Health: Innovations and Emerging Trends held on 12-14 November 2018 --Do--
Variability of fruit characters of jackfruit of West Garo Hills National Seminar on ‘Potential and Prospects of Horticulture in North-Eastern Region’ held on 27-28 March 2017 Dept. of Horticulture, NEHU Tura campus, Meghalaya
Statistical Designs- CRD and RDB As Resource Person in the ‘Training Course on Research Methodology for Researchers in Social Science and Humanities’ from 9-19 March 2016 Dept.  of Education, NEHU Tura campus, Tura
Methods of Plant Propagation in horticultural crops As Resource Person in the ‘3-days Workshop Cum Hands on Training Programme on Plant Tissue Culture Techniques’ held on 5-7 June 2017 Biotech Hub, Botany Depatment, Don Bosco College, Tura.
Sponsored by DBT, Govt. of India, New Delhi

17. Collaboration/ Consultancy:

i. In collaboration with Bethany Society (NGO), Tura, as Nodal Officer to conduct, assess and certify the training programmes on “Integrated Farming cum Post harvest Management” being carried out in collaboration with the Meghalaya State Skill Development Society (MSSDS), funded by Asian Development Bank (ADB) for a period of 1 year (2019-2020).
ii. Acting as Agriculture, Horticulture and Spices Consultant of BAKDIL (NGO), Chandmari, West Garo Hills, Meghalaya

Any other:

i. Seminars/Conferences/ Short Term Training courses etc. Organised:

  • Organized a National Seminar on Advances of Bioinformatics and Computational Biology in applied Biotechnology” as Co-convener in Collaboration with BIF center, NEHU, Tura Campus during 5th October 2015
  • Organized a Short-term Training progarmme on “Bioinformatics – Bridging In Vivo to In Silico” at BIF center NEHU, Tura Campus as Co-cordinator during 21th to 23rd March 2017.
  • Organized a 2 weeks Training programme on “Horticulture farm management and nursery techniques” at NEHU, Tura Campus during17 to 28 April 2017
  • Organized a Short-term Training Course on “Nursery management and plant propagation of horticultural crops” at NEHU, Tura Campus, April 21st – 30th, 2016
  • Organized a Short-term Training Course on “Plant Propagation technique under green house and orchard management” at NEHU, Tura Campus during April 6th to 11th 2015.
  • Organized a Short-term Training programme on “Bioinformatics: Biology on your computers” at BIF center NEHU, Tura Campus as Co-convener during 6th to 8th October 2015.
  • Organized a Short-term Training Course on “Organic management of farm, nursery management and propagation technique” at NEHU, Tura Campus during 24th to 29th March 2014
  • Organized a Short-term Training Course on “Research Methodology” at NEHU, Tura Campus during 24th to 29th March 2014.

ii. Orientation/Refresher/Research Methodology attended:

CourseDetails Place Duration Sponsoring Agency
Faculty Development Programme NEHU, Tura Campus 2 weeks
01-14 March 2018
NSTEDB, Dept. of Science & Technology, Govt. of India, New Delhi
Short term training on Gene cloning, Protein Biochemistry, Structural Biology and Bioinfromatics Tata Memorial Centre-ACTREC, Kharghar, Mumbai 2 weeks
29th June to 10th July 2015
Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt. of India
Short term training on Rubber cultivation and Plantation Management Kottayam, Kerala 2 weeks
20-31 Oct 2014
Rubber Training Institute (Govt. of India), Kottayam, Kerala
Winter School on “Advances in Citriculture” Nagpur, Maharashtra 3 weeks
7th to 27th May 2013
National Research Center for Citrus (ICAR), Nagpur
Special Winter School in Management Studies North-Eastern Hill University, Tura campus, Tura 3 weeks
2-24 Sept2013.
UGC-Academic Staff College
Refresher Course
on “Plant Diversity and Conservation”
NEHU Shillong, Meghalaya 21 days
16th March to 5th April 2011
UGC-Academic Staff College
Training on ‘Creation & Management of e-learning module for biological sciences’ College of Veterinary Sciences, Guwahati 15-18 December 2009 Bio Informatics Facility, Dept. of Biotechnology, Govt, of India
Orientation Programme on IT (Oriented) University of Kerala, Thiruvnanthapuram, Kerala 4 weeks
21st July to
17th August 2007
UGC-Academic Staff College