Mr. Phalgun Chetia


Contact No.: 9401830899



Fourth Semester Specialization : Entomology



I did my dissertation on the subject entitled Comparitive study of Haemocytes in different insect species with their nature of feeding” in M. Sc 4th Semester under the supervision of Dr. R.K. Bhola, Prof. & Head, Dept. of Zoology,G.U.

 Scientific Research Publications

(1). Diversity and distributions of Spiders in Gibbon Wildlife Sanctuary, Assam, India. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology  Vol. 1 No. 1, pp.5-15, 2012. AJCB-FP0002

© TCRP 2012

 (2). Turtle diversity in Orang National Park, Assam, India: Distribution and Conservation Status. Tiger Paper, Jan- Mar 2012.

 International Seminar-

(1). International Seminar on Bioresources and Human Sustenance.   

      Venue- Cotton College, Assam, India.

 National Seminar-

(1). National Symposia & Workshop on Arachnology (Ecology, Biology and Taxonomy).

       Venue- Walchand College, Solapur, Maharastra.

 (2). National Seminar on Prospects of Biotechnological applications for Sustainable Agriculture.

Venue- B.B.K. College, Barpeta, Assam.

 (3). National Symposium-cum-Workshop on “Spider diversity on Agro ecosystem”

       Venue- S.G.B. Amravati University, Amravati, Maharastra.

Other acheivements and experiences-

 (1). Expert team member in the investigation during the “Panic of spider attack in Sadia, Tinsukia” in 2012.

(2). Completed work on “Comparitive Sequence analysis, structure and phylogeny of 12S and 16S mitochondrial rRNA genes from Varanus Species” as a studentship in the DBT sponsored on Bioinformatics Structure Facility (BIF), under the supervision of Prof. D.K. Sharma, Dept. of Zoology, G.U., for a period of six months.

(3). Participated in population estimation of Monkeys (Rhesus macaque), 2009, Swamp deer ( Cervus duvauchelli rangitshingii), 2012 Kaziranga National Park.

(4). *Team leader and observer in the population estimation of Eastern Swamp Deer (Cervus duvauceli rangitsinghi) , 2012, 2013, 2014 in Kaziranga National Park.

*Acheivement- Found a Rhino horn of a dead Rhinoceros (Rhinoceros unicornis) during the census and finally handed over to the Forest Department, KNP, Assam.

(5). Area coordinator of Northeast wing of “Indian Society of Arachnology”.

(6). Editorial Assistance of the journal “Asian Journal of Conservation Biology”.

(7). Carried a survey on the “Prey-Predator relationship with reference to Tiger, 2009” in Kaziranga National Park with Mr. Rabindra Sharma, Wildlife Research Officer, KNP, Assam, India.