Prof. D. Paul

Environmental Studies Department

Designation: Professor


M. Sc., Ph. D

Areas of Interest/Specialization: Entomology, Animal Ecology

Experience: 22 years

Phd Awarded/Supervised 6

Administrative responsibilities undertaken: Presently Head of the Department


Select Publications:

  1. D. Paul, R. Lalnunsangi and L. K. Jha. 2002  Incidence and population dynamics of a maize cob borer (Lepidoptera) in a monoculture and an agroforestry system In: Proc. Role of Biodiversity and Environmental strategies in N.E. India pp 135-143
  2. D. Paul, L. K. Jha and A. Paul.  2003  Implications of Biodiversity on natural pest control in mixed cropping agroecosystems of Mizoram. In Proc. Regional Seminar on N E. Himalayan Biodiversity, Aizawl  pp 58-64
  3. D. Paul and R Vanlalchhuanga.  2004  Effect of earthworms on incorporated tree litter and the available soil nitrogen and maize yield.  Tropical Science 44, 20-22
  4. D. Paul, Lalnunsangi & L. K. Jha 2010 Small scale agroforestry systems: Implications on sustainability and environmental health NeBio Vol.1(2) 51-54
  5. D Paul & Sudipta Dey. 2011 Nutrient content of sexual and worker forms of thesubterranean termite,Reticulitermes sp Indian J. of Traditional Knowledge Vol. 10 (3),   pp. 505-507
  6. D. Paul and Sudipta Dey 2011. Assessment of the nutritive value of some wild edible insects of Meghalaya, North East India. J. ent. Res., 35 (4) : 353-358 
  7. D. Paul, Lalnunsangi 2011. Insect natural enemy complex in some agroforestry systems Science Vision Vol11(2) 90-95
  8. D. Paul, A. Nongmaithem and L. K. Jha 2011 Collembolan Density and Diversity in a Forest and an Agroecosystem Open J Soil Science, 1, 54-60
  9. D. Paul & Lalnunsangi & L. K. Jha 2011 Self sustaining Insect pest management in Small scale Multiple cropping  Agroforestry systems –A potential model of Eco-friendly agriculture. In: Advances in Environmental Chemistry (Ed. D. Tiwari). Pp 114-118
  10. D.Paul, Tory Kupar A.Kharshiing and Atanu Bhattacharjee. 2012  Phylogenetic analysis of a gut bacteria of pine caterpillar: Kunugia latipennis.Walker. BioTechnology An Indian J, 6(12), [367-374]
  11. D. Paul and Miranda D Sokhlet. 2012 Anti-feedant and growth regulatory effects of four plant extracts on Pieris brassicae larvae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae). J. ent. Res., 36(4): 287-293
  12. D Paul & Sudipta Dey. 2013 Nutritive potential  of the silkworm of Bombyx mori and its Socio-economic significance   Annals of Entomology 31 (1) 67-73
  13. D. Paul and Sudipta Dey 2014 Selenium Content and Uptake in Crops as affected by Soil Selenium Content and Implications on Human Health. Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 45:429–436,
  14. D. Paul and Moumita Choudhury  2014 Parasitism level by Servillia transversa Tothill on Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) larvae on tomato crop in Meghalaya J. Biol. Control 28(1) 21-23.
  15. D. Paul and Moumita Choudhury  2014 Larvicidal and antifeedant activity of some indigenous plant extracts against 4th instar Helicoverpa armigera (Hubner) larvae  J. crop protection 5 (3) 447-460
  16. Balawan Joshua Mawrie and D  Paul 2017 Analysis of banned organochlorine pesticide residues in fruit and vegetable samples from a market in Shillong, Meghalaya, using gas chromatography -mass spectrometry Research Journal of Recent Sciences 6(12), 9-11,
  17. Balawan Joshua Mawrie, Dr. Dibyendu Paul 2018 Monitoring of Banned Organochlorine Pesticide Residues in Several Food Products from a Market in Shillong City, India Using Gas Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry Int J Health Sci Res. 8(5):265-271.