|Madhupreeta Muralidhar is a doctoral student in University of Ontario, Canada. She is voluntarily involved in CEiBa’s research work on the historical aspects of plant exploration, documentation of herbarium data and medicinal plant conservation.|
|Indrajit Patra, Tulika Panda and Subhadip Garai undergraduate students from Department of Forestry, Pandit Raghunath Murmu Smriti Mahavidyalay (PRMSM), Bankura are continuing their internship on mapping and documentation of rice field biota and their role in food security.
Project co-superviser Dr. Subhasis Mahato (PRMS, Bankura, WB)
|Sulagna Halder has completed her Master’s from Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata on Environmental Studies. Currently, she is working on ethnomedicinal practices of West Bengal. Her study includes spatial and ecological analysis of the traditional practices.|
|Aishwarya H. Iyer, a second year pre-university student from AMC City PU College, Bangalore, Karnataka has completed her short term project on nutritional aspects of wild uncultivated plants.|
Masters students from the Department of Geography, Kazi Nazrul University, Asansol, West Bengal have done their internship programme at CEiBa in January – March, 2020. Their project activities were based on the application of geoinformatics in natural resource management. Specific topics included ethnomedicine, plant exploration, wild edible plants, and rice field ecosystem.
|Provat Das – Tracking the history of plant exploration through geoinformatics|
Puja Banerjee – Visualization of intercommunity analysis on ethnomedicinal
practices in India
|Radharani Sen – Application of GIS in ethnomedicine practices in selected districts of West Bengal|
|Rakesh Samanta – Spatial pattern in ethnomedicinal practices in selected districts of West Bengal|
Subhendu Mukherjee – Mapping of edible animal resource in rice field ecosystems for sustainable management
|Rohan Ghosal – Mapping selected wild edible plant resource for sustainable use and management|
|Sandipan Mondal – Mapping of edible plant resource in rice field ecosystems for sustainable use and management|