विश्वविद्यालय  केन्द्र
Tripura University
Name: Dr. Sukanta Banik
Date of Birth: 19.06.1960
Phone number's : Mob. 91-9774061712
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Academic Qualifications : M.Sc. (Zoology)/ Calcutta University
Ph.D. (Zoology)/ Calcutta University.
Present Designation/position : Professor
Topics Taught : Developmental Biology, Environmental Studies, Aqualculture and Limnology, Fisheries

Publications (year wise) :

1. Banik S., Debnath S. and Ray A.K. 2009. Triploid Clarias batrachus in comparison to wild variety: physiology and biochemistry. In: Proceedings of Workshop on Aquaculture Biotechnology for Women for Rural Development. Tripura University. pp 1 – 17.

2. Malla A. And Banik S. 2009. Rotifer as a growth promoter for a rare fish Ompok bimaculatus related to climate change. In: Proceedings of Workshop on Aquaculture Biotechnology for Women for Rural Development. Tripura University. pp 18 – 28.

3. Saha K.S. and Banik S. 2009. Bioenergetics of Chacca chacca in relation to Environmental impact. In: Proceedings of Workshop on Aquaculture Biotechnology for Women for Rural Development. Tripura University. pp 29 – 40.

4. Banik S., Ray N., Debnath S. and Shib A. 2008. Impact of climate changing environment on survival potential of the fish Nandus nandus (Ham.) 1822 in Tripura. Environ. Ecol. 26(1): 86-89.

5. Banik S., Ray N., Debnath S. and Shib A 2008. Impact of climate changing environment on growth efficiency of Nandus nandus (Ham.) in Tripura. Environ. Ecol. 26(1): 142-147.

6. Banik S., Ray N., Debnath S. and Shib A. 2007. Effects of climate change over abundance of fry of Nandus nandus (Ham.) 1822 in a wetland ecosystem of Tripura. Trans. Zool. Soc. East India 11(1&2): 10-17.

7. Banik S., Ray N., Debnath S. and Shib A. 2007. Experimental studies on energy dynamics in Nandus nandus (Ham.) 1822 with reference to seasonal climate. Trans. Zool. Soc. East India 11(1&2): 10-17.

8. Banik S. and Shib A. 2004. Studies of Gomoti river system of Tripura in relation to the impact of climatic change. J. Freshwater Biol. 16(1-4): 27-32.

9. Banik S., Shib A., Banik S. and Ray N. 2004. Density of Spawn and fry of Nandus nandus (Ham.) 1822 in relation to some freshwater environmental factors. J. Freshwater Biol. 17(1-4): 5-8.

10. Banik S., Shib A., Ray N. and Banik S. 2004. In situ analysis of primary productivity in relation to water quality characteristics of carp stocking wetland. J. Freshwater Biol. 17(1-4): 1-4.

11. Banik S. 2004. Immunological studies on the conservation of ecosystem of Tripura with reference to the impact of climate change. Published by Ministry of Environment and Forests, New Delhi. pp 177 – 182.

Seminar/Conference/Workshop/Refresher/Orientations etc. Participated:

1. VII International Rotifer Symposium. Mikolajiki, Poland. June 1994.

2. XII International Rotifer Symposium. Berlin, Germany. August 2009.

Membership/Positions in Learned Academic Bodies/Organizations:

1. Life member of International Rotifer Association, England-HQ.

2. Life member of Asian Fisheries Forum, Manila.

3. Life member of Asian Fisheries Forum, Indian Branch.

4. Life member of Indian Science Congress, Kolkata.

5. Life member of Zoological Society, Kolkata.

6. Life member of Bongiyo Bigyan Parisod, Kolkata.

7. Life member of Freshwater Biological Association, Bhagalpur.

Research Projects:

1. DBT, New Delhi. Establishment of Bioinformatics centre for biological teaching. Rs. 20,00,000/- w.e.f. September, 2008.

2. CSIR, New Delhi. Studies of ecology of wetland ecosystem of Tripura with reference to parthenogenic eggs of planktonic rotatoria. Rs. 17,00,000/- w.e.f. February, 2008.

3. UGC, New Delhi Studies of monogonont rotifer with special reference to developmental polymorphism. Rs. 7,00,000/- w.e.f. June, 2008.

4. NBFGR, Lucknow Biology, population genetics and captive breeding of Ompok bimaculatus from Tripura: a state fish for conservation. Rs. 2,00,000/- w.e.f. September, 2008.

5. DST, New Delhi Improvement of reproductive performance and larval rearing of endangered fish species of Northeast Ompok bimaculatus (PABDA) through nutritional approaches. Rs. 11,00,000/- w.e.f. Aug. 2010.

Research Supervisions:

  • Five students awarded Ph.D. in Zoology/Life Science
  • Four students registered for Ph.D. in Zoology

Scholarship/Award/Recognitions:

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Other Information (if any):

Workshop Organized:

  1. Aquaculture biotechnology for women for rural Development. 30th April – 3rd May, 2005. Supported by DBT, New Delhi.