Dr. Madhulika Dutta
|Name of employee||Dr.Madhulika Dutta|
|Educational qualification||MSc, PhD|
|Specialisation||Chemistry (Inorganic, Bioinorganic Chemistry)|
|Phone No. & Email ID||9401125355
|Date of birth||30/04/1972|
|Date of joining||01/08/1998|
|Date of superannuation||30/04/2032|
Topic: “Environmental Studies on coalmining activities around Ledo colliery of NorthEastern coalfields.”
|Workshop attended||1.National Thematic Workshop on “Advances in Nanostructured Materials:Applications and Perspectives (ANMAP)’’, 2nd June, 2016, The Assam Kaziranga University, Jorhat, Assam.
2.Sate level workshop on “Assessment and accreditation of quality in degree colleges”, 27th February,2017
|Seminar attended||1.National seminar on Indian Higher Education in 21st Century, 23rd March, 2013, University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya.
Title: Importance of Introducing Biodiversity issues in Higher Education.
2.National seminar on Rural and Urban Waste Management, Health and Economic Consideration, 19th January, 2013, DKD College, Dergaon, Assam.
Title: Study of Rural Effluents and Its Impact on Biodiversity In and Around Numaligarh- Kaziranga Area
3. Material Research Society of India Symposium- 2016 on “Advanced Materials for Sustainable Applications”, 21st February, 2016. CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat, Assam, India.
Title: Environmental characteristics of coal, overburden, soil and Sediment from Assam coal mining drainage’’
4. UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Recent Trends in Environment Responsive Chemical Processes (RTERCP-2017)”.23rd September,2017. DR College, Golaghat, Assam
Title: Environmental pollution from coal mining activities: a case study of Ledo open cast mining (Assam)
5. XVII International Seminar on “Mineral Processing Technology (MPT-2018)”, 12ve October, 2018. IIME, Dhanbad, India
Title: Acid Mine Drainage in Assam (Northeast India) Coal Mining Industry: Physico-chemical characteristics of mine water, coal, overburden, soil, sediment, and their seasonal variations.
6. National seminar on Conservation and preservation of Bioresources in North-East India,29th June, 2019. CNB College, Bokakhat, Assam.
Title: Impact of Coal Mining Activities on Stream Biodiversity in North-East India: A Case Study
|Conference attended||National Conference on “IPR IN BIO SCIENCES FOR SCIENTISTS FROM NORTH- EAST INDIAN STATES’’,23 rd July,2015, University of Science & Technology, Meghalaya.
2.poster presentation inInternational Conference onESTEC-2020, CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat, Assam, India Title:Coal mine drainage from Ledo colliery of Northeastern coalfields and its consequences on the environment.
3. International Conference on “ Impacts& Consequences of Environmental Degradation on Animal Health and Human Wellbeing” on 2nd to 4th September 2021
|Orientation Course attended||05/06/2013-02/07/2013, NEHU|
|Refresher Course attended||19/03/2018-08/04/2018, NEHU|
|Research paper published||Paper published:
1.Environmental assessment and nano-mineralogical characterization of coal, overburden and sediment from Indian coal mining acid drainage (Geoscience Frontiers,November,2017, 1285-1297)[ IF 7.46]
2. Physico-chemical and elemental investigation of aqueous leaching of high sulfur coal and mine overburden from Ledo coalfield of Northeast India (International Journal of Coal Science & Technology, September 2018, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp 265–281)[IF 2.62]
3. Acid mine drainage in an Indian high-sulphur coal mining area: a cytotoxicity assay and remediation study (Journal of Hazardous Materials, December 2019)[IF 10. 588]
4.Environmental Geochemistry and Positive Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic with Special Emphasis to Coal Mining Industry: An Overview. Jour. Geol. Soc. India. 2022 (accepted on March 2022)[IF 1.459]
|Book chapters published||1.A study on the rural effluents and its impact on the biodiversity in and around Numaligarh-Kaziranga, Assam, India.
2. Environmental Issues from Coal Mining Activities in Assam: A Case Study in Ledo Colliery.
|Other activities||Participated in webinars during lockdown:
1.Research in public and private funded institutions: Its special impact. Organised by Research Cell, Assam Down Town University, 22nd June, 2020.
2.Qualitative and quantitative understanding of processes: How and Why? Organised by Department of Chemistry,St Aloysius College, Mangaluru, 2nd July 2020.
3. Trends in future research in chemistry. Organised by department of chemistry, St Aloysuis College, Mangaluru, 13th July, 2020.
4.Becoming Eco-Literature: How Scientific and the Public can better understand each. Organised by Zoological Society of Assam, 30th July, 2020.
5. Introduction to electron microscopy with live imaging demonstration. Organised by department of chemistry, St Aloysius College, Mangaluru, 10th August, 2020.