Sikkim University

Publications by SU faculty members during 2014-15

 

Anthropology Department

  1. Maiti, S. (2014). A tough road ahead - intimate partner violence (IPV) during pregnancy: a study of rural Uttar Pradesh (India). Sociological Bulletin 63(3): 386-406.
  2. Wouters, J.J.P. (2014). Performing democracy in Nagaland: past polities and present politics. Economic and Political Weekly XLIX (16): 59-66.
  3. Wouters, J.J.P. (2014). Book Review: Gellner, D.N. (ed.) Borderland Lives in Northern South Asia. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, New Series, VII (1): 223-226.
  4. Wouters, J.J.P. (2015). Land and Tribal Ambivalences. In: Challenges of Land Development. Kohima (Ed. Takatemjen), pp. 72-85. Clark Centre of Peace Research and Action, Kohima.

Botany Department

  1. Chhetri, D.R. (2014). Metabolic changes in Rhododendron arboreum Smith in response to abiotic stress induced by salinity and abscisic acid. International Journal of Research in Applied, Natural and Social Sciences 2(6): 91-102.
  2. Chhetri, D.R. (2014). Medicinal Plants of the Himalaya: Production Technology and Utilization. Agrobios, Jodhpur, ISBN: 978-81-7754-558-6.
  3. Chhetri, D.R. (2014). L-myo-Inositol -1-phosphate synthase from Diplopterygium glaucum. Scholars Press, Saarbrucken, pages172. ISBN: 978-3639711462.
  4. Barik, S.K., Adhikari, D., Chettri, A. and Singh, P.P. (2015). Diversity of Lianas in Eastern Himalayas and Northeastern India.In: Biodiversity of Lianas, Sustainable Development and Biodiversity (Ed. N. Parthasarathy), 99-121. Springer International Publishing, Cham (ZG), Switzerland. ISBN 978-3-319-14592-1.

Chemistry Department

  1. Ghosh,   P., Roy B. G., Mukhopadhyay S. K., and Banerjee, P. (2015). Recognition of fluoride anion at low ppm level inside living cell and from fluorosis affected tooth and saliva samples.  RSC Adv. 5: 27387-27392.
  2. Banerjee, M., Chatterjee, A. Kumar, V., Bhutia, Z. T., Khandare, D. G., Majik M. S., and Roy, B.G. (2014). A simple and efficient mechanochemical route for the synthesis of 2-arylbenzothiazoles and substituted benzimidazoles. RSC Adv. 4: 39606- 39611.
  3. Bazracharza, A., Rana, M., Roy B. G., Tiwari, A., and Tripathi, A. (2014). Optical characterization of medicinal plant’s extracts used for the treatment of diabetes. Journal of Herb. Spic. Med.  Plant. 21: 86-101.

Chinese Department

  1. Roy, D. (2014). Chinese humanist thought on state and society-is there something to learn from ancient Chinese philosophical writings for modern Governments. International Journal of Language and Linguistics 1(1):15-29.ISSN: 2374-8850.
  2. Roy, D. (2014). Fifth century common era- reorienting Chinese Buddhist monastic tradition, redefining India-China buddhist monastic relations: a critical study.Working Paper Series, Emerging Scholar Papers http://indiachinainstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/04/New-York-Edited-Paper-Dhriti-Roy.pdf), India China Institute, The New School, New York, pp. 1-16.

Commerce Department

  1. Shankar, A.N. (2015). Longitudinal appraisal of financial inclusion parameters for North-East India. In: Development of North-East India Multidimensional Perspective Volume 1 (Ed. R.P. Vadhera), pp. 1-16. Manglam Publishers and Distributors India, Delhi. ISBN 978-93-82816-20-1.

Computer Applications Department

  1. Rai, R. (2014). IASC-CI: Improved Ant based Swarm Computing for Classifying Imagery. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies 5 (3): 4181-4189. ISSN: 0975-9646.
  2. Rai, R. (2014). Validation of range of resistance of sensor through sensor data acquisition using simplot: acase study. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering 4 (3): 1251-1255. ISSN: 2277 128X.
  3. Rai, R. (2014). IAPSO-TCI: Improved ant and particle swarm based optimization techniques for classifying imagery. International Journal of Computer Science And Information Technologies 5(4): 5963-5969. ISSN: 0975-9646.
  4. Chettri, L. (2014). Visual cryptography scheme based on pixel expansion for black & white image. International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies 5 (3): 4190-4193.
  5. Sebastian S. and Ray, P. P. (2015). Development of IoT invasive architecture for complying with health of home. In: Proceedings of I3CS, Shillong, pp.79-83. IGI Global, Shillong.
  6. Sebastian S. and Ray, P. P. (2015). When soccer gets connected to internet. In: Proceedings of I3CS, Shillong, pp.84-88. IGI Global, Shillong.
  7. Ray, P. P. and Rai, R. (2014). Validation of range of resistance of sensor through sensor data acquisition using simplot: a case study. International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science and Software Engineering 3(4): 1251-1255. ISSN: 2277-128X.
  8. Ray, P. P. (2014). Home health hub internet of things (h3iot): an architectural framework for monitoring health of elderly people. In: Proceedings of IEEE ICSEMR, Chennai, (Indexed in IEEE Explore).
  9. Ray, P. P. (2014). Internet of things based physical activity monitoring (pamiot): an architectural framework to monitor human physical activity. In: Proceedings of CALCON (National Conference on Electrical, Electronics, and Computer Engineering, pp.32-34, Kolkata.

Economics Department

  1. Choubey, M. (2015). Financial Inclusion in Bihar: Role of Business Correspondence. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics and Management 3 (69): 93-96.
  2. Choubey, M. (2015). Managing human resource in microfinance institutions - A case study of Bihar. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing & Management Review 4 (3): 39-51. ISSN 2319-2836.
  3. Pandey, P. and Choubey, M. (2015). Production of milk and livelihood status of dairy co-operative member and non-member household in East Sikkim, India. International Journal of Agricultural Economics and Management 4 (1): 29-37.
  4. Choubey, M. (2015). Area and production of tea in India: an analysis. International Journal of Social Science & Interdisciplinary Research 4 (4): 57-62.
  5. Choubey, M. (2014). Production of pulses in India: an econometric analysis. International Journal of Current Research, International Journal of Current Research 6 (9): 8893-8896.
  6. Choubey, M. (2014). Economic analysis of production and export of garlic. International Journal of Current Research 6 (7): 7698-7702.
  7. Singh, M. Amarjeet and Singha, K. (2015). Ethnicity and Sikkimese identity in Sikkim. Eastern Quarterly 8(3 & 4): 131–41.
  8. Singha, K., Choudhary, R. and Vishnu, K. (2014). Growth and diversification of horticulture crops in Karnataka: an inter-district analysis. Sage Open 1-7: DOI: 10.1177/2158244014548018.
  9. Singha, K. (2014). Development of horticultural sector in India– an Assessment. Journal of Economic Philosophy 2(1): 1-8. ISSN: 2329-941X.
  10. Kundu, R. (2014). Potential of Organic Farming for Providing Sustainable Livelihood: A Study in East Sikkim. In: Development, Environment and Sustainable Livelihood (Eds. S.K. Datta and A. Sengupta), pp 254-271. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, MIL. ISBN: 9781322216003.
  11. Kundu, R. (2014). Climate Change in the Eastern Himalaya: Impact on Livelihoods, Growth and Poverty. In: North East Studies and Policy Research (Eds. S. Hazarika and R. Banerjee), pp. 3-32.Jamia Millia Islamia, Academic Publication, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-83931-29-3.
  12. Guha, P. (2015). Economics of Tourism in Mizoram: A SWOT Analysis. International Journal of Current Research 6(7): 7557-7562.
  13. Guha, P. (2015). A Study on the Differences in the Banking Parameters between Pre- and Post-Financial Inclusion Periods: Some Evidence for India. The IUP Journal of Bank Management 14(1): 39-56.
  14. Guha, P. (2014). Small Scale Tea Cultivation in Assam. In: Identity, Politics and Economic Development in North East India, (Eds. K.Singha and M.A.Singh), pp. 353-362. Concept Publishing Company Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi. ISBN-13:978-93-5125-040-1.
  15. Guha, P. (2015). Trans-border Trade Intensity: A Case for India's North East. In: Development Perspectives in North East India: Micro and Macro Studies (Ed. R.K.P.G. Singha), pp. 9-25. Lakshi Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-82120-58.
  16. Singha, K. and Singh M. Amarjeet (2014). Identity, Politics and Economic Development of North-East India. Concept Publishing Company, New Delhi, 372 pages. ISBN 978-93-5125-040.
  17. Mohapatra, R. (2015). Decomposition of SBM Technical Efficiency of the Secondary Education System into Radial Efficiency and Mix Efficiency: A State-wise Analysis in India. Journal of Social Sciences Research 7(2): 1304-1315

Education Department

  1. Misra, S. and Kapoor, P. (2014). Professional orientation for creating human resources excellence in teacher education. In: Prospects and Issues Concerning Education at Secondary Level (Ed. N.S.C.Momin and J.V. Madhusudan), pp. 378-398. Manas Publishers and Distributors, Jaipur. ISBN 978-81-921743-8-9.
  2. Kishor, V. and Bhadwal, S. P. (2014). Innovating education: promoting edutainment through films as teaching aid. Contemporary Research in India 4 (2): 16-19.ISSN: 2231-2137.
  3. Kishor, V. (2014). Parental encouragement. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 5 (2): 176-179. ISSN: 0975-6795.
  4. Kishor, V. and Walia, J. (2014).Role of guidance and counselling services in schools for universalisation of elementary education. Indian Journal of Humanities 4 (3): 82-85. ISSN: 2248-9541
  5. Kishor, V. (2014). Academic achievement of high school students having differential levels of reasoning ability. Shaikshiki-An International Journal of Educational Research 1(1): 20-27.ISSN: 2394-191X.
  6. Kishor, V. (2015).Youth and politics. In: Youth Development in India-Voice for the Youth, Voice of the Youth (Ed. D. Sarmah), pp. 19-25. Shanti Educational Foundation, Guwahati. ISBN: 978-93-83580-42-2.

English Department

  1. Sengupta, J. (2015). The Baul sursadhak: the tradition and individual Talent. Journal of Literature and Art Studies 5 (2): 151-157. David Publishing, USA. ISSN 2159-5836.
  2. Yadav, R.B. (2014). Colonial historiography vs postcolonial historiography: history, myth and allegory in Shashi Tharoor’s The Great Indian Novel. Lapis Lazuli 8 (2): 7-13. ISSN-2249-4529.

Geography Department

  1. Firdos, S. (2014).Book Review of Churning the earth: themaking of global India. Millennial Asia 5 (1): 119-121.
  2. Firdos, S. (2014). Changing Land Ownership Patterns and its Impact on Social Relations in Sikkim. In: Land Records Management in India: A Plea for Reforms (Eds. A.A.A. Faizi and H.C. Behera), pp. 205-213. Concept publishing Company, New Delhi.
  3. Ahmed, R. (2014). Anxiety, violence and the postcolonial state: understanding the anti-Bangladeshi rage in Assam. Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs 29 (1): 55-70.
  4. Ahmed, R. (2014).Assam’s D-Voters. Himal, May 26, http://himalmag.com/assams-d-voters/
  5. Hannan, A. (2014). Public-private partnership in elementary education and the process of social inclusion in Sikkim. In: Right to Education: Challenges and Strategies (Eds. M. Sarumathy and Gyanmudra), pp. 70-77. National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Hyderabad.
  6. Khawas, V. (2014). Indigenous knowledge in use of disaster risk reduction: a case of Sikkim Himalaya. In: Proceedings of the International Conference on Pathways toclimateresilientlivelihoods in the Himalayan River Basins (Eds. Nair, A. and P. K.Sing et al), pp. 32-33. IRMA, Anand, Gujarat.

Hindi Department

  1. Singh, A.V. (2014). Darshkon ke Jehan Me Hamesa Moujud Rahega. Samved 73- 75: 207-209.
  2. Singh, A.V. (2014).  Apne Ji Me Hamne Thani Aur Hai. Arya Sandesh 11: 78-80.
  3. Singh, A.V. (2015).  Hey Wardi Hamen Khsama kar Do. Samved 84: 109-111.
  4. Singh, A.V. (2015).  Ek Mukammal Taamir. Shabdarth 10: 122 –123.
  5. Dviwedi, S.K. (2014). Stree Jivan Aur Divya. Anbhai Sanch 5: 84 -87.
  6. Prasad, B. (2014). Sahitya Aur Samaj: Analochit Paksh. Pravah 3: 10-11.

History Department

  1. Krishna Ananth, V. (2014). Where does the Aam Aadmi Party stand? Economic and Political Weekly Vol - XLIX No. 14, April 5, 2014, pp 13-15.
  2. Krishna Ananth, V. (2014). An analysis of the poll scene in Tamil Nadu. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol - XLIX No. 17, April 26, 2014, pp 14-15.
  3. Krishna Ananth, V. (2014). Exemplary teacher who left behind a school of thought. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol - XLIX No. 41, October 11, 2014, pp 30-31.
  4. Krishna Ananth, V. (2014). Politics in the times of churning - a jounalist’s perception. Daya Publications, Madurai. ISBN: 9788192219011.
  5. Krishna Ananth, V. (2015). Achutanandan’s splendid isolation. Economic and Political Weekly, Vol L- No 13, March, 28, 2015, pp-17-19.
  6. Krishna Ananth, V. (2015). The Indian Constitution and social revolution: Right to Property since Independence. SAGE Publications India, Private Limited, New Delhi, (Sage Modern Indian History Series) ISBN: 9789351500636.

Horticulture Department

  1. Subba, P., Mukhopadhyay, M., Mahato, S.K., Bhutia, K.D., Mondal, T.K. and Ghosh, S.K. (2014). Zinc stress induces physiological, ultra structural and biochemical changes in mandarin orange seedling. Physiology and Molecular Biology Pl. 20: 461-473.
  2. Suresh, C.P. Bhutia, K.D. Shukla, G. Pradhan, K and Chakravarthy, S. (2014). Wild edible fruits of Sikkim Himalayas. Journal of Tree Science 33: 43-48.
  3. Bazracharza, A., Rana, M., Roy B., Tiwari, A. and Tripathi, A. (2014). Optical characterisation of medicinal plants’ extracts used for the treatment of diabetes. Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants. DOI: 10.1080/10496475.2014.910584.
  4. Pradhan, S., Manivannan, S. and Tamang, J.P. (2015). Proximate, mineral composition and anti oxidant properties of some wild leafy vegetables. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 74: 155-159.

International Relations Department

  1. Pradhan, Sunil, (2015). Politics in Nepal: monarchy, democracy and governance, RCSS Policy Studies 59, New Delhi: Manohar.

Management Department

  1. Rama Devi, V. (2015). Service quality gap – a literature review, SS International Journal of Economics and Management. International Journal of Research in Organizational Behavior and Human Resource Management 5(2): 11-18.
  2. Rama Devi, V. (2014). Human resource development climate in healthcare and banking sector. Middle East Journal of Scientific Research 21(7): 1055-1060.
  3. Rama Devi, V. (2014). Impact of technology on employee engagement – detrimental or beneficial? Pacific Business Review International 7(4): 10-12.
  4. Rama Devi, V. (2014). Empirical study on demographic correlates of emotional intelligence of engineering students. Prabandhan: Indian Journal of Management 7(12): 33-44.
  5. Rama Devi, V. (2014). Impact of knowledge management on organizational performance in higher educational institutions. Scholars Journal of Economics, Business and Management 1(9): 400-403.
  1. Das, P.K. (2015). Information system in enhancing managerial competencies: an organisational perspective, JCSE International Journal of Computer Sciences and Engineering 3(1): 136-140.
  2. Das, P.K. (2014). Referencing system in writing: Asia style. Journal of International Academic Research for Multidisciplinary 2(2): 301-304.
  3. Das, P. K. (2014). Problems and prospects of tourism industry in Sikkim. The Journal of Social Science Researcher 5 (3): 32-43.
  4. Das, P.K. (2015). Industrial Relations – an Indian Perspective. Kunal Books, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-93-82420-73-6.
  5. Murari, K. (2015). Exchange rate volatility estimation using GARCH models, with special reference to Indian Rupee against world currencies. IUP Journal of Applied Finance 21(1): 22-37.
  6. Murari, K. and Kumari, P. (2015). Contract farming in Indian perspective: a necessity for sustainable rural development/sustainable agriculture in 21st century: strategic approaches & practices. In: Sustainable Agriculture in 21st century: Strategic Approaches & Practices.  (Eds. N. H. Zaidi and M. M. Khan), pp. 49-59. Regal Publication, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-8484-408-5.

Mass Communication Department

  1. Basnett. P. and Guha. S. (2014). Kanchenjunga and Sikkim Press: How media started its Practice in Sikkim. IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science 19 (10): 20-24.
  2. Buragohain, N. (2014). A Glimpse of media of North East India. In: Journalism and Media Industry of North East India (Ed. Z. U. Alam), pp. 1-19. Eastern Book House, Guwahati. ISBN no: 978-93-83252-31-2.

Microbiology Department

  1. Chettri, R. and Tamang, J.P. (2014). Functional properties of Tungrymbai and Bkang, naturally fermented soybean foods of India. International Journal of Fermented Foods 3: 87-103.
  2. Rai, Ranjita, Kharel, N. And Tamang, J.P. (2014). HACCP model of kinema,a fermented soybean food. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research. 73: 588-592 (Impact factor: 0.505).
  3. Gajamer V. R. and Tiwari, H.K. (2014). Prevalence of Gastrointestinal Disease and Its Associated Risk Factors in Sikkim and Darjeeling Districts. Journal of Community Health.DOI:10.1007/10900-014-9826-x
  4. Tamang, J.P. (2015). Health Benefits of Fermented Foods and Beverages. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, pages 636. ISBN: 978-1-4665-88097.
  5. Tamang, J.P. (2014). Biochemical and modern identification techniques – microfloras of fermented foods. In: Encyclopaedia of Food Microbiology, 2ndedition (Eds: Batt, C. and Tortorello, M.A.), pp. 250-258. Elsevier Ltd., Oxford.
  6. Tamang, J.P. and Thapa, N. (2014). Some non-fermented ethnic foods of Sikkim in India. Journal of Ethnic Foods (Elsevier) 1: 29-33.
  7. Chakrabarty, J., Sharma, G.D. and Tamang, J.P. (2014). Traditional technology and product characterization of some lesser-known ethnic fermented foods and beverages of North Cachar Hills District of Assam. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge 13 (4): 706-715. (Impact factor: 0.492).
  8. Tamang, J.P. (2015). Naturally fermented ethnic soybean foods of India. Journal of Ethnic Foods (Elsevier) 2: 8-17.
  9. Chettri, R. and Tamang, J.P. (2015). Bacillus species isolated from Tungrymbai and Bekang, naturally fermented soybean foods of India. International Journal of Food Microbiology 197: 72-76 (Impact factor: 3.155)
  10. Pradhan, S., Manivannan, S. and Tamang, J.P. (2015).Proximate, mineral composition and antioxidant properties of some wild leafy vegetables. Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 74: 155-159. (Impact factor: 0.505).
  11. Tamang, J.P., Thapa, N., Tamang, B., Rai, A. and Chettri, R. (2015). Chapter 1. Microorganisms in fermented foods and beverages. In: Health Benefits of Fermented Foods (Ed: Tamang, J.P.), pp. 1-110. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York. ISBN: 978-1-4665-88097.
  12. Thapa, N. and Tamang, J.P. (2015). Chapter 2. Functionality and therapeutic values of fermented foods. In: Health Benefits of Fermented Foods ((Ed: Tamang, J.P.),pp. 111-168. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, New York. ISBN: 978-1-4665-88097.

Nepali Department

  1. Pradhan, P.C. (2014). Bhramar Upanyasko Kritiparak Vishleshan ra Mulyankan. Ekta Books Publication, Kathmandu.
  2. Pradhan, P.C. (2014). Shodha Parak Samalochanako kasima: Darjeelingko Nepali jati: Euta Aitihasik Adhyan. In: Kumar Kriti (Ed. M.P. Subba), pp. 34-37. Mukti Prakashan, Siliguri. ISBN: 978-81-909354-1-8.
  3. Pradhan, P.C. (2014). A Short History of English Writing in Nepali. In: Gender Perspectives: South Asian Writings in English and in English Translations (Ed. B. Chakraborti and A.S. Chandel), pp. 199-203. Today & Tomorrow, New Delhi. ISBN: 81 7019 498 9.
  4. Pradhan, P.C. (2014). Aadhunik Bharateli Nepali Upanyas (Modern Indian Nepali Novels), Bharatiya Nepali Upanyas: Sankchhipta Rooprekha, Birpada: Nepali Department, Birpada College, pp. 20-21. ISBN 978 93 84671 129.
  5. Pradhan, P.C. (2014). Bharatiya Nepali Upanyas Parampara: Samchhipta Ruprekha.In: Aadhunik Bharateli Nepali Upanyas (Ed. D. K. Pradhan), pp. 8-21. Nepali Department, Birpara College. ISBN 978 93 84671 12 9.
  6. Lama, K. (2014). Banira Girika Kehi Kavitama Paryavaraniya Narivad. In: Kritistamba (Ed. N. Prasai), pp. 29-45. Nai Prakashan, Kathmandu.
  7. Lama, K. (2014). Kavi Kalusingh Ranapaheli Samaiko Galabandhibhitra. Ajambari, Darjeeling Govt. College, Darjeeling, pp.319-323.
  8. Lama, K. (2014).Nepali Diaspora ra Bhanubaktiya Ramayan. In: Bhanubaktaka Kriti: Dwishatakiya Drishti (Ed. G. Nepal), pp. 103-128. Nepali Sahitya Sansthan, Kalimpong. ISBN-978-81-926641-56.
  9. Sharma, P. (2014).Nari swatantrata ra utthan. In: Anantadristi (Ed. D.K. Giri), pp. 100-105. Milap Publication Pvt. Lt., Kathmandu. ISBN-978-9937-2-6403-7.
  10. Pandey, B., Sinha, S.and Majhi, I.P.(2014). Sikkimma Majhi Bhasa: Parichayatamak Adhyayan. Nepali Akademi Journal 10 (10): 62-70. ISSN 2321-144x.
  11. Subba, D. (2014). Sahitya Sanket. In: Nepali Varnamala (Ed. K. Chhetri), pp. 56-66. Sahitya Adhyayan Samiti, Kalimpong. ISSN 22778-2761.
  12. Subba, D. (2014). Kumar Pradhanka Addhyayan dritima Bhanu Bhaktako Ramayan. In: Kumar Kirti (Ed. M. Thakuri et al.), pp. 93-98. Mukti Prakasan, Siliguri. ISBN- 978-81-909354-1-8.
  13. Subba, D. (2014). Bhanubhaktako Ramayanma Privesh Dharmdarshan. In: Bhanu Bhaktaka Kriti Duisatiya Driti (Ed. G.S. Nepal), pp. 52-59. Nepali Sahitya Sansthan, Siliguri. ISSN 978-81-926641-5-6.
  14. Pandey, B. (2014). Kiratka Kathaharuko Shilpa. In: Kirat Abhinandan Grantha (Ed. P. Gurung), pp. 69-75. Shyam Brothers Prakashan, Darjeeling.
  15. Pandey, B. (2014).Sanchar Madhyam ra Bhasaka Kura. In: Abhivyakti (Ed. A. Piyusha et al.) pp. 36-46. Sikkim Patrakar Sangha, Gangtok. ISBN 978-81-923764-7-1.

Peace and Conflict Studies and Management Department

  1. Paswan, N. K. (2015). India and Central Asia: Deepening Economic Cooperation. APH: New Delhi.
  2. Paul, S. (2015). Politics of Intellectual Property Rights and Biodiversity Associated Traditional Knowledge: The Experience of India, Lambert Academic Publication, ISBN: 978-3-659-40804-5.
  3. Paul, S. and Nitya, S. (2015). Renewed hope of India’s foreign policy under Modi Government: a critical appraisal of challenges and opportunities. FPRC Journal 1: 100-104. ISSN 2277–2464:100-104.
  1. Chhetry, T.K. (2015). Buffer Ethnic Group(s): Understanding the existentiality of Gorkha community in space of multi-ethnic contestation(s) of Chirang district, Assam. In: Democracy and Development in India’s North-East: Challenges and Opportunities (Eds. L.S. Gassah and C.J. Thomas), pp. 189-203. Bookwell, Delhi in association with ICSSR-NERC, Shillong. ISBN: 978-93-80574-74-5.
  2. Chhetry, T.K. and Adhikari, N. (2014). Regional Politics in India: (Re)scanning Party behaviour in Sikkim. In: Socio-cultural and Political Integration in India (Ed. G. Pathak), pp. 365-377. DSSN Publication India, New Delhi. ISBN: 9789383575282.
  3. Chhetry, T.K. (2014). In doubled disorder: (Re) locating ethnic minority Gorkhas in contested space of ethno-nationalisms in Assam. In: Self-determination Movement in North-east India (Ed. K. Brahma), pp. 63-87. LAP-Lambert. ISBN: 978-3-659-61005-9.
  4. Chhetry, T.K. (2014). The Flipside of Indo-Nepal Friendship and Peace Treaty 1950: (Re) evaluating Impacts on Gorkha of Assam. In: Marginalized/Subaltern Voices and Beyond: Issue and Challenges in North-East India Federalism (Ed. J. Pathak), pp. 265-273. Excel India Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN: 9789383842940.
  5. Chhetry, T.K. (2014). Tourism Industry in Sikkim: Potential, Constraints and Remedies. In: Tourism in India (Ed. G. Pathak), pp. 169-191. Avon Publications, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-8183-950-8.
  6. Chhetry, T.K. (2014). (Un) noticed History and Present of the People at Social Margin: A Case Study of Nepali Bhariya in Darjeeling. In: Socio-Religious and Cultural Understanding of the Historical Researches in India (Ed. G. Pathak), pp. 35-467. S.K. Book Agency, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-8315-837-9.
  7. Chhetry, T.K. and Nath, D. (2014). Making Sense of student politics in India’s Northeast: Different paradigms. Journal of North-East Region 2(1): 450-457. Global Publishing House India, New Delhi. ISSN: 2321-0583.
  8. Chhetry, T.K. (2014). Exploited Perspiration(s)?: Screening the Status of Labourers and Labour Laws from Pakyong Airport Construction Site, Sikkim. In: Socio-cultural and Political Integration in India (Ed. G. Pathak), pp. 339-348. DSSN Publication India, New Delhi. ISBN: 9789383575282.
  9. Joseph, B. (2014). Conflict transformation in Northeast India: the media imperative. The International Journal of Humanities and Social Studies 2 (10): 102 -106. ISSN: 2321-9203.
  10. Joseph, B. (2014). Resolving immigration and transforming ethnic conflicts: with special reference to Northeast India. International Journal of Novel Research in Humanity and Social Sciences 1(2): 13-17.
  11. Joseph, B. (2015).Ethnicity and ethnic conflict: a search for identity or an identity crisis? With special reference to Northeast India. International Journal of Innovative Research & Development 4(4): 352-357. ISSN 2278-0211.
  12. Joseph, B. (2014). Promoting Peace Inciting Violence: The role of Religion and Media, New York: Routledge. The Peace Journalist, A publication of the Center for Global Peace Journalism at Park University, 3(2): 14.
  13. Joseph, B. (2014). “Plathottam, George (2013), Press and Social responsibility: A content analysis of Newspapers in Northeast India”, New Delhi: Segment Books, Interviews: An Interdisciplinary Journal in Social Sciences 1(1): 135-139. ISSN: 2349- 400X.
  14. Nath, D. (2014). All the way from Moreh: Rhetoric Countering Reality. In: Self-determination Movement in North-east India (Ed. K. Brahma), LAP-Lambert, Germany. ISBN: 978-3-659-61005-9.
  15. Bhutia, D. (2014). Empowerment of Indian women in 21st century: amere illusion. Human Rights 2(2): pp. 603-609. ISSN 2320-6942 ISBN 978-9-84124-17-5.
  16. Subba, B. (2014). Women “quest” for empowerment in Sikkim’s society. International Journal of Scientific and Research 4(9), ISSN 2250-3153.
  17. Subba, B. (2015). Understanding food security in Sikkim: A case study of Tathanchen Shyari Ward. Scholars World, Astral International Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi, ISBN: 978-93-5130-623-8.
  18. Rai, M. (2014). Women’s health security: an analysis of small health post in Darjeeling district. In: Integrating the culture and socio and economic Identity of India (Eds. Choudhary, B. and Thagendra, C.), pp. 348-359. SSND, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-8357-528-2.

Physics Department

  1. Dhakal, D., Tiwari, A., Tambe S, Sinha, UK and Arrawatia ML (2014). Isotope studies to identify the origin and recharge area of Himalayan springs as a climate change adaptation initiative: a case study from Sikkim, Eastern Himalaya. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering 7 (1): 135-140.
  2. Bazracharza, A., Rana. M, Roy, B., Tiwari, A. and Tripathi, A. (2015). Optical characterization of medicinal plants’ extracts used for the treatment of diabetes. Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants 21(1): 86-101.
  3. Tiwari, A., Tripathi, A. and Pathak, A.P. (2015).Swift heavy ion irradiation of muscovite and biotite substrates.Nuclear Inst. and Methods in Physics Research B 343: 9-14.
  4. Mondal, T., Tripathi, A. and Tiwari, A. (2014). Magnetization reversal in transition metal doped [zno] nanoparticles. Physics Procedia 54: 90-94.
  5. Mukherjee, C., Rakshit, R, Ghorai, Samir., Sarmah, A.,Tiwari, A. and Roy, R.K. (2015).Inter–Ligand Azo (N=N) unit formation and thereafter stabilization of a co(ii)–diradical complex via metal–to–ligand dπ–pπ* back donation: synthesis, characterization, and theoretical study. Dalton Trans. 44: 3724-3727.
  6. Bhattacharyya, A. and Bhattacharji, S. (2014). Margin to metropolis: Lepchas of India and Igbos of Nigeria. Salesian Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences V (2): 32-42.
  7. Bhattacharyya, A. (2015). King topocles and the mythical origin of modern physics. Journal of Advanced Studies1: 42-48.
  8. Bartolotti, L.J., Rai, D., Kulkarni, A.D., Gejji, S.P.and Pathak, R.K. (2014).Water clusters (H2O)n [n = 9–20] in external electric fields: exotic O-H stretching frequencies near breakdown.Computational and Theoretical Chemistry 1044: 66–73.(Impact factor: 1.36).
  9. Bhattacharyya, A. (2015). C V Raman and the Physics behind Indian Percussion Instruments. In: Saptak (Ed. K. Dutta), pp. 9-24. Monfokira Publishers, Kolkata, ISBN 978-93-80542-79-9.

Political Science Department

  1. Chhetri, D.P. (2014). Divided Spaces: Discourse on Social Exclusion and Women in India. Gyan Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-2121-225-0.
  2. Gupta, A.K. (2014). A Compendium of Social Exclusion and Inclusion in India: How’s India Faring in a Globalized World?’ In: Challenges of Globalization (Ed. A. Tandon), pp. 8-23. Atlantic Publishers & Distributors, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-269-1153-6.
  3. Gupta, A.K. (2014). Indo-China Relations in the Era of Soft Power. In: Contours of India’s Foreign Policy: Changes and Challenges (Ed. M. Badrul Alam), pp. 160-173. Reference Press, Delhi. ISBN 978-81-8405-082-0.
  4. Gupta, A.K. (2015). The issue of ethnic identity in Indo-Nepal relations. In: India and Her Neighbours: Towards a Proactive Partnership (Ed. M.B. Alam), pp. 269-278, Kalpaz Publications, Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-5128-120-7.
  5. Lama, B.B. (2015). Participatory democracy and panchayats in India: problems and prospects. In: Decentralizing Rural Governance and Development: Perspectives, Ideas and Experiences (Ed. A. K. Jana), pp. 129-143. Rawat Publications, New Delhi. ISBN 978-81-316-0681-0.
  6. Lama, B.B. (2015). Women’s participation in panchayats: an assessment. In: Women in Contemporary India: Aspects of Participation and Empowerment (Ed. D. Modak and E. Khan), pp. 298-307. Education Forum, Kolkata. ISBN 93-82600-12-4.
  7. Daimari, G. (2015). Bodo Nation: The fight for democratic justice. International Journal of Humanities & Social Studies 3(3): 283-287. ISSN 2321-9203.

 Psychology Department

  1. Walke, S. and Thingujam, N. S. (2014). Emotional intelligence deficits in deaf and hard of hearing adolescents. Indian Journal of Applied Psychology 51: 27-33.

 Zoology Department

  1. Singh, B., andChaudhuri, T.K., (2014). Role of C-reactive protein in Schizophrenia, an overview. Psychiatry Research 216: 277-285, (Impact factor: 2.682).

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