Monthly Archives: December 2018

Dr. Avik Ray and Dr. Rajasri Ray conducted ecological fieldwork on “Natural Resource Conservation and Management”

Published on December 20, 2018 under newshome
Dr. Avik Ray and Dr. Rajasri Ray conducted ecological fieldwork on “Natural Resource Conservation and Management”
Dr. Avik Ray and Dr. Rajasri Ray conducted their ecological fieldwork and academic interaction in Purulia and Bankura district of West Bengal. During the visit, an interactive session on “Natural Resource Conservation and Management” with the under-graduate and post-graduate students of Pandit Raghunath Murmu Smriti Mahavidyalaya (P.R.M.S. College), Jamboni, Bankura…
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Glimpses Of Nature And Culture

Published on December 17, 2018 under volume1-issue4-glimpses
Glimpses Of Nature And Culture
Death: Environment friendly Death is the unavoidable and intriguing phase of human life. It reminds us of our very biological identity in the natural world leaving apart our supremacy over the ecosystem. This very biological entity of the human being increasingly creating trouble even after death!!!! Surprised? But it’s true.…
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The unrealized potential of lichens in nature

Published on December 15, 2018 under volume1-issue4-article
The unrealized potential of lichens in nature
Not many people are aware of lichens though they must’ve seen them growing as differently shaped and colored patches covering the tree barks or buildings around them. Often they also mix up lichens with mosses which is far from the truth because mosses are primitive non-vascular plants having plant-like structures…
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Sasandiri: A small attempt to understand the meaning of place from the perspective of the Munda community

Published on December 15, 2018 under volume1-issue4-article
Sasandiri: A small attempt to understand the meaning of place from the perspective of the Munda community
Jharkhand, one of the mineral-rich states of India, is the abode of various Adivasi communities.  With the advent of resource hungry technocentric civilisation, the lands of Jharkhand became precious for ‘development’. Due to the development projects the Adivasis and Moolvasis of Jharkhand have been facing the trauma of displacement. The…
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