DR SUDHANSU SEKHAR DASH

                                                Scientist D & In
charge  Publication Section,

                                                Botanical Survey of
India, CGO Complex,

                                   Block DF, 6th
Floor, Sector-1

                                   Salt Lake,
Kolkata-64

                                                e-mail: ssdash2002@yahoo.co.in

                                   

 

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

 

1.                 
New genus described:

            Stapletonia P.Singh, S.S.Dash &
P. Kumari in NelumboBOBSI. 51:241-244.2009.

 

2.                 
New  species described:

a.    
Crawfurdia
arunachalensis
S.S.Dash,
R.Gogoi & A.A.Mao (in J. Jap. Bot. 86(3): 127-132); 

b.   
Codonopsis
vadsea
S.S.Dash
&  A.A. Mao, Nelumbo 53: 17. 2011.

c.    
Archidendron
nielsenianum
S.S.Dash
&Sanjappa; Nelumbo 53: 8. 2011

d.   
Archidendron
arunachalense
S.S.Dash
& Sanjappa. Nelumbo 53: 11. 2011

 

3.                 
New combination
proposed
:

 

a.   
Stapletonia
arunachalensis
(H.B.Naithani)
P.Singh, S.S.Dash& P. Kumari  in Nelumbo-        BOBSI 51:
 241- 244. 2009.

b.    Aconogonon rude (Meisn.) P.Singh &
S.S.Dashin Jour. Bombay. Nat. Soc. 98(3):360 –        363.2001.

c.     Persicaria birmanica (Gage.) P.Singh & S.S.Dash
in Jour. Bombay. Nat. Soc. 98(3):360 –    363.2001

 

4.                 
New
records for species and genus Published
: Four generic record for India,
15 new distributional records for India, 22 new distributional records of
legumes for Arunachal Pradesh,  more than
75 new distributional record of plants for Arunachal Pradesh more than 54 new
distributional records of plants for Sikkim, 9 for National Capital territory
regions   are reported

 
 

Projects
Competed:

 

1.     
Flora of India: Family
Grossulariaceae, Iteaceae, Parnesiaceae,

2.     
Flora of Arunachal
Pradesh Vol.-I:

Family Polygalaceae

3.     
Flora of Arunachal Pradesh Vol.
-II
: 17 families
viz., Aquifoliaceae, Bombacaceae, Burseraceae, Cardiopteridaceae, Celastraceae,
Dichapetalaceae, Icacinaceae, Malvaceae,
Meliaceae, Ochnaceae, Olacaceae,
Opiliaceae, Rutaceae, Simaroubaceae, Sterculiaceae and Tiliaceaeof
Arunachal Pradesh.

4.     
Flora
of Sikkim
: Family:
  Polygonaceae , Commelinaceae,  Grossulariaceae,  genus Ribes and Desmodium

5.     
Project entitled
Studies on Biomass and Energetics in the Tribal village Ecosystems of
Eastern Ghats of Orissa”
submitted to Department of Science and Technology,
Govt. of India.

6.     
Environmental
Impact Assessment
Report
on Teesta Hydro –Electric Power Project, stage – VI submitted to Central Water
Commission, Gangtok.

7.     
The
flora of Kabi Sacred Grove, North Sikkim

8.     
The flora of Kyangnosla Alpine Sanctuary, East
Sikkim

9.     
Flora
of
Kurung Kumey
district of Arunachal Pradesh

10. 
Taxonomic study of Leguminosae in Arunachal
Pradesh

 

RESEARCH AND
FIELD EXPERIENCE

 

a.   
Floristic Study and
Ethnobotany (1992-1994)
Floristic
survey was done in the Narayanapatna region of Koraput district of Orissa.
During the work different ethnobotanicalinformations were collected from the Kutiakandh tribe of Orissa.  The area belongs to one of the most backward
tribal regions of Orissa and is presently the most naxalite inflicted region in
Orissa.

 

b.  
Floristic Survey and Ecological studies in Eastern Ghats of Orissa (1994-1996):Extensive floristic survey was
made in various parts of the eastern ghats of Orissa. Besides documenting the
flora of the region, biomass and energy content in different plant species was
also calculated in the laboratory. The energy expenditure, total material flow,
biomass and energy flow patterns in forest based village ecosystems was studied
with their different ecological implications. Developed two models on forest
based village ecosystem sustainability and natural resource management.

 

c.   
Floristic Survey, Ethno-botany and Taxonomic Study
in Sikkim (1996 – 2002):
Floristic and
Taxonomic study in  particular reference to Sikkim Himalaya was
undertaken.  Detailed of ‘The Flora of
Kabi Sacred Grove
and The Flora of Kyangnosla Alpine Sanctuary’ has
been worked out. Contributed the detail description of three familiesGrossularicaceae,
Polygonaceae,
andCommelinaceaeto the state flora of Sikkim. Undertaken
Seven exploration tours in North
Sikkim [ Lachen, (2700m),  Thangu
(4200m), Gurudangmar  (5500m), Lachung (
2800m) Katao (4600m); Five
exploration tours in Kabi Sacred grove 
(1900m); Six exploration
tours in Kyangnosla  Alpine Sanctuary (
from 3100m to 4500m) of east Sikkim, Two
exploration tours in Tendong Reserve Forest (1700-2700m) and collected more
than  6000 plant specimens including several interesting plant records for
Sikkim and India. Documented the detailed flora of the
Kabi Sacred
Grove
of North Sikkim andKyangnosla
Alpine Sanctuary
of east Sikkim.
Contributed the complete description and collection of all species
of familiesGrossulariaceae, Polygonaceae, andCommelinaceaeof
Sikkim. The detailed taxonomic account of the family Polygonaceae of Sikkim worked out with two new combinations {Aconogonon rude (Meissn.)
S.S.Dash&P.Singh&Persicariabirmanica
(Gage) S.S.Dash&P.Singh}.

 

d.  
Floristic Survey, ex-situ
conservation, Botanic garden Education in BGIR (2002-2008)
: Floristic research in particular
reference to the flora of the NCT region, development of woodlands and
arboreatum, ex-situ conservation of rare and indigenous tree species and
outreach education programmes of BGIR, carried out during this period. Also
carried  out a project Digital Flora
of National Capital Territory Region.
During this period, under taken about
nine exploration tours in the
National Capital Territory Region including the ridge forest of Dehli,
Barkhallake of the Haryana, Hindon basin of Ghaziabad district and collected
more than 3500 plants specimens. Developed the herbarium and a thematic
medicinal plant garden in BGIR. 
Conducted four education
programmes of BGIR, assisted in implementation of
conservation
programmes
of BGIR
.Developed  twenty-five 
replicas of the different forest ecosystems of India for
woodland
&arboretum
development
with
indigenous tree species
.
Undertaken
eight plant collection tours to
different parts of country, including Andaman Islands, Dang forest of Gujarat,
Amarkantak& Jabalpur regions Madhya Pradesh, Kalinga hills of Eastern Ghats
etc., and collected more than 10,000 plant seedlings of about 170 species.
Presented one paper “
An Approach to the integrated education
programme in Botanic Garden of Indian Republic, India
” in International Botanic Garden
Education Symposium at Oxford University, Oxford, UK in 2006. Also attended the
training workshop of the Darwin Initiative OSSSU Project held at Chengdu, PR
China during 15-19 Oct. 2007.

 

e.   
Floristic Survey, Taxonomic study in Arunachal
Pradesh (
2008-2011): Floristic account of Kurung kumey district of Arunachal Pradesh was
worked out.
This
is one of the most inaccessible districts of Arunachal Pradesh with an
altitudinal variation of 550 m to 5500 m.
Many of the portions of the district were never survey earlier and survey first
time during the project.
Seven extensive
floristic surveys covering tropical to alpine region (ranging from 550m to
4200m altitude) conducted in Kurung Kumey district of Arunachal Pradesh and
collected about 4100 plant specimens. Documented the floristic composition
early recovery plant community structure of shifting cultivated areas of Kurung
Kumey district, which is of its first kind of study in the region.  The study resulted in documenting 1391
species including more than 75 species new to Arunachal Pradesh and 9 species
new to India. Exploration of Vadse hills of Kurung Kumey district revealed 267
alpine species. Most of the species are having interesting affinities with
adjacent   phytogeographical regions. The
Vadse hill of Arunachal Pradesh has never been visited by any botanist.

 

f.     Publication and
editing of Books and Journals
: (2011- to
till date
) presently working as a the Scientist In charge of Publication
section of BSI. Two books, one journal and two periodicals have been edited and
published till now.

 

 

 

BOOKS
PUBLISHED
:

1.     
M.
Ahmedullah, M. Sanjappa with assistance from S.S.Dash . 2008. Oil Yielding Plants. Botanic Garden of Indian
Republic. Noida.  Pps. 104

2.      M.K. Misra, P.K.Dash
and S.S.Dash . 2009.  Phyto-diversity and Useful plants of Eastern
Ghats of Orissa (A special reference to the Koraput region). International Book
Distributor, Dehradun. Pps.393.

3.      T.K.Paul, P
Lakhminarasimhan, H.J.Choudhury, S.s.Dash, P.Singh (2015). Flora of West Benga,
Vol II.

4.     
P.Singh,
D.K.Singh & S.S. Dash.  Plant
Discoveries 2011.

5.     
P.Singh,
D.K.Singh & S.S. Dash. 
Vanaspati Anwesana.  2011.

6.     
P.Singh,
D.K.Singh & S.S. Dash.  Plant
discoveries 2012. ( Bilingual)

7.     
P.Singh,
& S.S. Dash.  Plant discoveries
2013. ( Bilingual )

8.     
P.Singh,
D.K.Singh & S.S. Dash. 
Nelumbo  Vol. 53

9.     
P.Singh,
D.K.Singh & S.S. Dash. 
Nelumbo  Vol. 54

10.  P.Singh, D.K.Singh
& S.S. Dash.  Nelumbo  Vol. 55

11.  P.Singh, D.K.Singh
& S.S. Dash.  Vanaspati
Vani
Vol.  21.

12.  P.Singh, D.K.Singh
& S.S. Dash.  Vanaspati Vani
Vol.  22.

 

PAPERS PUBLISHED:

1.       
S.S.Dash & M.K.Mishra.
Traditional uses of Plants from Narayanapatna regions of Koraput district,
Orissa, Ancient Science of Life. 15 (3): 230 – 237. 1996.
2.       
S.S.Dash & A.S.Chauhan. The
family Buttercup in the Eastern Himalaya. Himalayan Paryavaran4(1): 90 –
96. 1996. 

3.       
S.S.Dash & P.Singh.
Distribution and Diversity of Polygonaceae in Sikkim. Jour. Hill
Research
9(2):380 – 394. 1996.

4.       
M.K.Mishra & S.S.Dash.
Medicinal plants used by the Tribal of Koraput district, Orissa. Forest
Management  in Tribal areas:  forest policy and people’s participation

(ed. P.M. Mohapatra& P.C. Mohapatra) Concept Publishing company, New Delhi
1997.

5.       
S.S.Dash & M.K.Mishra.
Traditional veterinary uses of plants in the Ganjam district in Orissa. Ancient
Science of Life.
17(3): 214-217 January. 1998.

6.       
P.
Singh, S.S. Dash & A.S. Chauhan. Six New Plants Record for Sikkim. Jour.
Hill Research
11(1): 123-125. 1998.

7.       
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash. The genus Desmodium (Leguminosae) in Sikkim. Jour.
Hill Research
11(2): 212-223. 1998.

8.       
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash. Two generic records for the flora of Sikkim. Jour.
Eco. Tax. Bot.
22(3): 741 -744. 1998.

9.       
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash. Notes on distribution of two plant species in
Sikkim Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot. 22(3): 745 -746. 1998.

10.   
S.S.Dash & P.Singh. Three
new plant records for Sikkim. Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot. 22(3): 747 -748.
1998.

11.   
S.S.Dash & M.K.Mishra.
Taxonomic survey and systematic census of economic plants of Narayanapatna
hills of Koraput district, Orissa. Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot. 23(2): 473 –
498. 1998.

12.   
S.S.Dash & P.Singh. The
genus Ribes (Grossulariaceae) in Sikkim. Rheedea9(1): 93 – 104.1999.

13.   
S.S.Dash & M.K.Mishra. Plant
diversity and sustainable development in a Tribal village ecocomplex on the
eastern of Orissa..Jour. Human Ecology. 10 (5-6):415 – 419.1999.

14.   
M.K.Mishra & S.S.Dash.  Biodiversity conservation and sustainable
utilization of minor forest resource in tribal village ecosystems on the
eastern ghats of Orissa. Biodiversity, Taxonomy and conservation of
Flowering plants
( Ed. M. Sivadasan) 133 – 143. 1999. Calicut.

15.   
M.K.Mishra, S.S.Dash. &P.K.Das. Addition to the flora of Orissa. Rheedea
9(2); 163 – 172. 1999.

16.   
M.K.Mishra & S.S.Dash.
Biomass and Energetic of non-timber forest resources in a cluster of tribal
villages on the eastern ghats of Orissa, India. Biomass and Bioenergy. 18:
229 – 247. 2000.

17.   
S.S.Dash & M.K.Mishra.
Ecological and Socio-economic profile of three Khond villages of
Phulbani district of Orissa, India Jour. Human Ecology.12 (2):101 –
107.2001.

18.   
S.S.Dash & P.Singh. Notes on
Polygonaceae of Sikkim .Jour. Bombay. Nat. Soc. 98(3):360 -363.2001

19.   
M.K.Mishra & S.S.Dash.
Studies on hill agro-ecosystems of three tribal villages on the eastern ghats
of Orissa, India. Agriculture, Ecosystem & Environment. 86: 287 –
302. 2001.

20.   
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash. Two new plant records for India from Sikkim.   Jour. 
Bombay. Nat. Soc.
98(1):144 -147.2001

21.   
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash.SpodiopogonTirn. (Graminae) , A new generic
records for Sikkim Himalaya. Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot. 24(3): 708 – 710.2002.

22.   
S.S.Dash & A.S.Chauhan. Kabi
sacred Grove in Sikkim, relevance to conservation. Prospective of
Biodiversity
713 – 731.2002 ( Ed. A.P.Dash) Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal
Singh, Dehra Dun. 

23.   
M.K.Mishra & S.S.Dash.
Ethnomedicinal plants of Koraput district, Orissa and their conservation. Prospective
of Biodiversity
621 – 634.2002 ( Ed. A.P.Dash) Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal
Singh, Dehra Dun. 

24.   
P.
Singh & S.S. Dash. Data base on Trees of Sikkim Himalaya Jour. Eco. Tax.
Bot.
26(2): 285-310.2002.

25.   
S.S.Dash, A.Maiti & S.K.Rai.
Traditional uses of Plants among the urban population of Gangtok, Sikkim Jour.
Eco. Tax. Bot.
27(2). 317-324.2003.

26.   
S.S.Dash. Systematic studies
in Polygonum sensu lato  of
Sikkim. Jour. Eco. Tax. Bot.   28(1):129-164.2004.

27.   
Ramesh
Kumar, Nanda LalSuman&S.S.Dash. Traditional uses of plants by the
tribals of Amarakantak region , Madhya Pradesh, Jour. of Traditional
Knowledge
. Vol. 3(4). 383-390. October 2004.

28.   
S.S.Dash. Kabi Sacred
Grove  of North Sikkim, Need for
conservation. Current Science. Vol. 89(3): 427-428.2005.

29.   
S.S.Dash. An Approach to the
integrated education programmes in Botanic Garden of Indian Republic. The
Nature of Success- Success for Nature;
Proceedings of the 6
th
International Congress on Education on Botanic Gardens, Oxford University,
Oxford. 2006.

30.   
S.S.Dash
.

2007 (2008).Useful plants of Kabi Sacred Grove, Sikkim. Bull. Bot. Sur.  India
49(1-4):  79-88.

31.   
S.S.Dash. 2009.
Phyto-diversity and forest resources of Kane wild life sanctuary, Arunachal
Pradesh, India. Pleione. 3(2):
201-208.

32.   
S.S.Dash. 2009. The genus Desmodium Desv. and its allied genera in
Arunachal Pradesh. Bull. Arunachal Forest
Research
25(1&2): 18-33.

33.   
S.S.Dash
&
R.C.Srivastava. 2009. Notes on recollection of three less known endemic plants
of Arunachal Pradesh. NelumboBOBSI  
51. 213-216.

34.   
S.S.Dash.2009. Traditional
herbal remedies used in Sikkim, India. NelumboBOBSI. 51. 123-156.2009.

35.    S.S.Dash, P.Singh & P.
Kumari. 2009. Notes on Flowering of Schizostachyum
arunachalensis
H.B.Naithani (Poaceae; Bambusoideae). Nelumbo-BOBSI. 51. 241-244.

36.    
A.N.Rao,
OnaApang, A.A.Mao&S.S.Dash. Two new Orchid records from Arunachal
Pradesh, India. J. Ochid. Soc. India. 24(1&2): 97-100.2010.

37.     S.S.Dash& P.Singh.
2011.  Trees of Sikkim: Biodiversity of Sikkim: exploring and
conserving global hotspots.
Pp.89-129.(eds) M.L. Arrawatia &
SandeepTambe. Information and Public Relation Department, Govt. Sikkim,
Gangtok.

38.    
S.S.Dash, R.Gogoi,
&A.A.Mao. 2011. A new species of Crawfurdia
Wall. (Gentianaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India
J.  Jap. Bot. 86(3):
127-132.

39.     S.S.Dash& A. A. Mao. 2011.
Distribution of six little known plant species from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Journal of Threatened Taxa 3(9):
2045-2051

40.    
S.S. Dash.2011. Tacca
integrifoia
with
horticultural potential.  Envis News Letter. 16(1): 4.

41.    
S.S. Dash. 2010 Native Species
of Begonia L. (Begoniaceae) in Arunachal Pradesh-Diversity and
Distribution.  Bulletin of Arunachal
Forest Research 26 (1&2) :  29-43.

42.    
S.S. Dash. 2011. Notes on the
distribution of some legume Species in Arunachal Pradesh. Nelumbo 53: 183-193.

43.     S.S.Dash. 2011. Floristic diversity in the Kurungkumey
district of Arunachal Pradesh: An overview”
Proceedings of XX   IAAT annual conference and International
symposium on Taxonomy, Plant diversity and conservation.

44.    
S.S. Dash& M. Sanjappa.
2011. Two new species and a new distributional record of Archidendron F. Muell.
(Leguminosae: Mimosoideae)
from India.
Nelumbo
53: 7-16.

45.    
S.S. Dash& A.A. Mao. 2011.
A new species of Codonopsis Wall.
(Campanulaceae) from Arunachal Pradesh, India. Nelumbo 53: 17-20

46.    
S.S. Dash& A.A. Mao. 2011.
Notes on new addition to the flowering plants of India. Nelumbo 53: 228-235

47.    
S.S.Dash& M. Ahemdullah.
2012. Notes on the distribution of some plants in the National Capital
Territory Region. Indian Forester. 138(5): 403-406.

48.    
S.S. Dash. 2012.  Contribution to the orchid flora of Kurung Kumey
district, Arunachal Pradesh. Pleione 6(1): 93-100.

49.    
S.S.Dash 2012. Floristic
Composition of Early recovery vegetation of Traditional shifting cultivation
areas of KurungKumey district of Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Forester. 138(9):

767-775.

50.    
S.S.Dash& M. Ahemdullah.
2009. Bharatiya Madar. VanaspatiVani 17. 156-160.

51.    
S.S.Dash.
2013. Role of Taxonomy in Medicinal Plant Research.
Proceeding of the National Seminar on Plants of Ethnomedicine: The Traditional
Knowledge and current research” 49-60.

52.    
S.S.Dash. 2013. An
appraisal of the Genus Archidendron
F. Muell  Legumososae : Mimosaideae) in
India.  Abstract published in the
souvenir of National seminar on “Recent advances in Plant Taxonomy Research. Pp
49  

53.    
S.C.
Sahu, S.K. Pattanaik, N.C. Dhal, S.S.Dash. 2013. Fibre yielding plant         resources of Odisha and traditional
fibre preparation knowledge- on overview.     Indian
Journal of traditional and research. 4(4): 339-347.

54.    
P.Singh & S.S.Dash. 2013. Book
review on the book Mangroves of India-Their             Biology
and Uses. Nelumbo. 53: 223.

55.    
S.S.Dash. 2013. An appraisal of
genus Archidendron in India: in the National    seminar on Recent Advances in Plant Taxonomy Research on 27-29
th
December             2013 held at  Rashtarsant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagapur
University, Nagpur. ( Abstract     
Published)

56.  एस एस दाश & एम अहमेदुल्लाह  2007 . भारतीय मदार । ouLifr ok.kh vad 17:156-160.

57.   
एस एस दाश & रमेश कुमार 2007॰ अमारकंटक के अल्प ज्ञात ouLifr
ok.kh vad
17: 129-132.

58.   
एस
एस दाश
2011॰  अरुणाचल प्रदेश के कुरुङ्ग्कुमेय
जिले के वनस्पति विविधता।
ouLifr ok.kh
vad
21: 200-2011.

59.  एस एस दाश 2012॰ अरुयांचल प्रदेश मे बेगोनिया की
जातियाँ  

         

Imparted
Scientific Training Programmes/Lectures to the Public
 

1.        
Presented a lecture on An Approach to the
integrated education programmes in Botanic Garden of Indian Republic, India
at
the VI International Congress on Education on Botanic Garden held in Oxford
University, Oxford, UK, from 10-14 September 2006.

2.        
Presented a research talk “Orchid Conservation
programme in BGIR
  atOrchid Seed
storage for sustainable Use ( OSSSU)” workshop held in Chengdu, China from
15-19 October 2007 .

3.        
Presented a scientific paper “Floristic
composition of the early recovery vegetation of traditional shifting cultivated
areas of KurungKumey district of Arunachal Pradesh.”
in the International Symposium in “Angiosperm Systematic & Phylogeny
: Retrospect’s  and  Prospecting” 
at NBRI, Lucknow.e.f 12-14 Nov. 2009 and

4.        
Presented
a scientific paper “Floristic diversity
in the Kurungkumey district of Arunachal Pradesh: An overview.”
in
International symposium on Taxonomy, Plant diversity and Conservation w.e.f 26th
to 28
th
Nov. 2010 at Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

5.        
Presented
a lead lecture on Plant Diversity in
Arunachal Pradesh: status, challenges and vulnerability to climate change
atNational Seminar on Biodiversity
Conservation and Climate Change ( BCCC-11)
held at Institute of Minerals
& Materials Technology, Bhubaneswar during 2-4  Dec. 2011.

6.        
Delivered
two scientific lectures: 1. Medicinal plant resources of Arunachal Pradesh and
2. On the interactive session of State Level Project Steering Committee on
Mainstreaming Conservation and Sustainable use of Medicinal Plants Diversity
UNDP-GEF-GOI project of Arunachal Pradesh.

7.        
Presented
an lead lecture on Role of Taxonomy in
Medicinal Plant Research in the National Seminar on Plants of Ethnomedicine:
The Traditional Knowledge and current research” 
held at Department of Botany, Sadhu 
Goudresware College, Jajpur, Odisha during 06-07 September 2013.

8.        
Presented
an lecture on  a topic “ An appraisal of
the Genus Archidendron F. Muell ()
Legumososae : Mimosaideae) in India” in 
National seminar on “Recent advances in Plant Taxonomy Research at RTM
Nagpur University, Nagpur, during 27-29 December 2013.

 

Presentation of Papers in Seminars/ Conferences


1.     
Presented a scientific paper “Floristic
composition of the early recovery vegetation of traditional shifting cultivated
areas of Kurung Kumey district of Arunachal Pradesh
.” in the International Symposium in “Angiosperm
Systematic & Phylogeny :  
Retrospect’s  and  Prospecting” 
at NBRI, Lucknow  w.e.f 12-14 Nov.
2009.

2.     
Presented
a scientific paper “Floristic diversity in the Kurung Kumey
district of Arunachal Pradesh: An overview.”
in International symposium on
Taxonomy, Plant diversity and conservation w.e.f 26th to 28th
Nov. 2010 at Bharathiar University, Coimbatore.

3.     
Invited
to deliver a plenary lecture on a topic Plant diversity of Arunachal Pradesh,
status challenges and vulnerability to climate change” in the National Seminar
on Biodiveristy conservation and climate change ( BCCC-11) to be held at IMMT,
Bhubaneswar w.e.f. 2-4 Dec. 2011.

4.     
Delivered
2 lectures: 1. Medicinal plant resources of Arunachal Pradesh and 2. On the
interactive session of State Level Project Steering Committee on Mainstreaming
Conservation and Sustainable use of Medicinal Plants Diversity UNDP-GEF-GOI
project of Arunachal Pradesh.

5.     
Presented  a research paper : An appraisal of genus
Archidendron in India: in the National seminar on Recent Advances in Plant
Taxonomy Research on 27-29
th December 2013 held at  Rashtarsant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagapur
University, Nagpur.


6.     
Invited
as a Key note speaker in the National Seminar on Plants of Ethno medicine: the
traditional knowledge and current research and delivered a lectures The role of
plant taxonomy in Medicinal plant research. On September 6-7, 2013 at
Department of Botany, Sadhu Gaureswar College, Jajpur, Odisha.   

7.     
Invited
as a resource person in the Regional Awareness Workshop at 33, Trishakti
Military Station, Siliguri on 25.4..2014 and presented a talk on “ Floristic
Diversity in Eastern Himalaya, West Bengal”

8.     
Invited
as a resource person during the celebration of Centenary of Calcutta
University, and presented a talk on the “Plants diversity in Arunachal Pradesh,
Status, challenges and its Vulnerability on 18
th July 2014.

 

 

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