Prof. Nirode Boruah

Prof. Nirode Boruah
Prof. Nirode Boruah
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Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree:
  2. Master’s Degree: M.A. (Dibrugarh University)
  3. Ph.D.: Ph.D (GU)

Professional Experience:

  • Assistant Professor in Sibsagar College, Joysagar from 1989-91.
  • Assistant Professor in R.G. Baruah College, Guwahati from 1991-2005.
  • Associate Professor in Dibrugarh University from 2008 to 2012.
  • Professor in Dibrugarh University from 2012 till date.

Areas of Interest/ Specialization:

  • Ancient India, Political History, Art & Architecture, Ethno-History.

Research Projects:

  • Historical Geography of Early Assam, from the Inscriptions, UGC sponsored under MRP Scheme (Submitted).
  • Compilation of ‘Moran Jatir Buranjee’, State Government Sponsored (Rs. 27 lakhs) (On going)

 

Ph.D Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Status

(Ongoing /Completed)

1.

Nirmal Konwar

History and Management of the Temples of Upper Assam. (from the 16th to the 20th century A.D.)

Ongoing

2.

Lakhinanadan Bora

“Tools, Technology and the LabourProcess : Understanding Social Formation in Pre-Colonial Assam”

Ongoing

3.

Jutika Patir

Natural Disaster and Its Impact on Society, Polity and Economy of Assam (from the 19th to the Mid of the 20th Century AD)

Ongoing

4.

Pranjal Borah

A Paradigm of Change and Continuity : A Socio Historical Critique of Woman Protagonists in Contemporary Hindi and Assamese Cinema

Ongoing

5

Sonaram Kalita

Polity and Society in Medieval Assam:(From the 13th to the 16th century AD)

 Completed

6 Manash mazumdar Social Formation in Early Assam ( From the Earlieast Times to the 13th Century AD)  Completed
7 Vidyananda Barkakaty A Study of the School Dropout in the Secondary Level of Education among the Tea Garden Labourers of Sivasagar and jorhat Districts of Assam (1980 to 2000)  Completed

 

M. Phil Awarded:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

1.

Probha Rani Das

The Kaivartas of Sivasagar District, A Study of Their Social and Cultural Life

2.

Manab Jyoti Neog Buddhism in Assam: Its Impact on Society and Culture of the Brahmaputra Valley till 16th Century AD

3.

Nirmal Jyoti Konwar Temple Management During the Ahom Period with Special reference to the Golaghat and Sivasagar Districts

4.

Jahnabi Bardoloi Socio-Religious Beliefs and Changes in Ancient Assam (from the 4th to the 12th Century AD)

5

Lakhinandan Bora Vaisnavism in Pre-Sankaradeva Assam: Its Forms and Practices

 

Administrative Assignments:

  • Director of Distance Education, Dibrugarh University 2011-15
  • Director i/c of Educational Multimedia Research Centre from 2012-2015

Publications

Research Peper Publications:

  1. Hatappesvara – The Capital City of Ancient Assam’, Journal of Historical Research, Vol. X, 2000, Dibrugarh University.
  2. ‘In Search of New States in Early Assam’, Proceedings of North East India History Association, 20th Session, Dibrugarh University.
  3. ‘Karnasuvarna – The Jayaskandhavara of Bhaskaravarman’, Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XI, 2001, Dibrugarh University.
  4. ‘Barpathar-Dubarani, A cultural Zone of Ancient Assam’, Proceedings of North East India History Association, 22nd Session, Tezpur.
  5. ‘The Kingdom of Doiyang-Dhansiri Valley of Assam’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, Calcutta Session, 2000-01.
  6. ‘The Kingdom of Kapili Valley of Assam’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, Bhupal Session, 2001-02.
  7. ‘Kamarupanagara– The Capital City of Early Assam’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, Amritsar Session, 2002-03.
  8. ‘Sri Durjaya– The Capital City of Ancient Assam’, Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XIV, 2004, Dibrugarh University.
  9. ‘Sunitapura, A cultural Zone of Early Assam’, Proceedings of North East India History Association, 24th Session, Gauhati University.
  10. ‘Pragjyotisapura– The Capital City of Early Assam’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, 64th Session, Mysore, 2003.
  11. ‘Goalpara, A cultural Zone of Early Assam’, Brahmaputra Becons, Souvenir, 2nd International Conference on Brahmaputra Civilization, Goalpara, 2005.
  12. ‘Nagaon-Davaka, A cultural Zone of Early Assam’, Proceedings of North East India History Association, 25th Session, NEHU, Shillong.
  13. ‘Pragjyotisapura– A cultural Zone of Early Assam’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, Berailly Session, 2004.
  14. Prachin Rajdhani Durjoynagararu Guwahati, Pragjyoti, Souvenir, 52nd Annual Conference, Assam College Teachers’ Association, Guwahati, 2004.
  15. ‘Cultural Variations and Social Formation of Early Assam’, Proceedings of North East India History Association, Kokrajhar Session, Gauhati University, 2005.
  16. ‘Historical-Geography of Early Assam as Reflected in the Land Grant Inscriptions’, Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XV, 2006, Dibrugarh University.
  17. ‘Urbanization in Early Assam: A Study in Theoretical Aspects’, Proceedings of Indian History Congress, Calicut Session, 2006-07.
  18. ‘Historical Geography of Early Assam ― Some Methodological Issues’,Proceedings ofNorth East India History Association, XXVIII Session, Goalpara, 2007.
  19. ‘Early-State Formation in the Brahmaputra Valley of Assam’, Journal of Political and Socio-economic Research, Vol. 1 Jan-June 2008, Department of Political Science, Tripura University, Tripura.
  20. ‘Rivers and Riverine Settlements: Interface of Environment and Emerging Agrarian Society in Early Assam’, Proceedings ofIndian History Congress, Delhi University, Delhi, 2007.
  21. Historical Geography of Early India: A Historiographical Survey, Journal of Historical Research, Vol. XIX, 2009, Dibrugarh University.
  22. The Geography of Pragjyotisha-Kamarupa: A Study in Historiography, Proceedings ofNorth East India History Association, XXIX Session, Dibrugarh University, 2008.
  23. ‘Sanskritization and Detribalization in Early Assam: Some Geographical Aspects’, 69th Session of Indian History Congress, Kannur University, Kerala.
  24. ‘Ksatriyaization’, Various Modes of Legitimation and Social Change in Early Assam, NEHU Journal, 2010, ISSN 0972-8406.
  25. The Geographical Movements, Power Centres and the States: Understanding the Political mapping of the Ruling Dynasties of Ancient Assam, Proceedings ofIndian History Congress, 71st Session, Malda, West Bengal, 2010-11.
  26. ‘Early-State Formation in the Kapili Valley of Assam’, National Seminar on State Formation, Dept. of History, NEHU, Shillong.
  27. Mapping the Trajectory of Religious Beliefs in Early Assam, National Seminar on Religious Beliefs in the Northeast India: Structure and Institutions, Sponsored by MAKAI, Kolkata, Dept. of History, Dibrugarh University.
  28. ‘Sanskritic Bhinnata aru Prachin Asomar Barerahania Sanskritiloi yar Avadan’, National Seminar on Cultural Heritage of Ethnic Groups of North East India, Dept. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University, 2008.
  29. Mapping the Early Settlements of Assam, International Seminar on River, Society and Sustainable Development, Dibrugarh University, Assam.
  30. Gandhian Perspective on Communalism and Approach to Communal Harmony in India, 9th Annual International Conference on History: from Ancient to Modern, From 1–4 August 2011, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

Books and Book Chapters:

  1. Early Assam, State Formation, Political Centres, Cultural Zones, Spectrum Publication, Delhi, Guwahati, 2007
  2. Historical Geography of Early Assam, DVS Publication, Guwahati, 2010.
  3. Vocationalisation of Highier Education, A collection of Articles, (edited), Guwahati, 2003.
  4. Asomar Itihas, Co-Author, (A text book for Degree Level Students of Gauhati & Dibrugarh University,) K.M. Publishing, Guwahati, 2004, 2nd edition, 2007.
  5. Prachin Bharatar Itihas, Co-Author, (A text book for Degree Level Students of Gauhati&Dibrugarh University,) K.M. Publishing, Guwahati, 2005.

Presentations:

  1. Mapping the Trajectory of Religious Beliefs in Early Assam, National Seminar on Religious Beliefs in the North East India: Structure and Institutions, Sponsored by MAKAI, Kolkata, Dept. of History, Dibrugarh University.
  2. ‘SanskriticBhinnataaruPrachinAsomarBarerahaniaSanskritiloiyarAvadan’, National Seminar on Cultural Heritage of Ethnic Groups of North East India, Dept. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University, 2008.
  3. Mapping the Early Settlements of Assam, International Seminar on River, Society and Sustainable Development, Dibrugarh University, Assam.
  4. Gandhian Perspective on Communalism and Approach to Communal Harmony in India, 9th Annual International Conference on History: from Ancient to Modern, From 1–4 August 2011, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

Articles in Assamese:

  1. ‘Rajahua Jivanat Prachin Bharatiya Narir Bhumika, Gariyasi’, June, 2000.
  2. ‘Prachin Asomat Natun Rajyar Sandhan’,Gariyasi, January, 2001.
  3. Hatappesvara, Prachin Asomar Rajdhani, Gariyasi, November, 2001
  4. ‘Pragjyotisapura, Prachin Asomar Rajdhani’, Souvenir, Siver Jubilee Celebration, R.G. Baruah College, Guwahati, 2004.
  5. ‘Prachin Asomat Nagarayan’, Bhasa Sahitya Sanskriti Veethika,, ed. Dr. Lakhi Hazarika, Ank-Bank, Guwahati, 2011, ISBN: 978-9380454412.
  6. ‘Itihaser Padachinhe Sivasagar’, Desher Khabar, Guwahati, November, 2008.

Seminars and Conferences Attended with Papers:

  1. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, 20th Session, Dibrugarh University
  2. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, 22nd Session, Tezpur
  3. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Calcutta Session, 2000-01
  4. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Bhupal Session, 2001-02
  5. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Amritsar Session, 2002-03
  6. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, 64th Session, Mysore, 2003
  7. Annual Conference of East India History Association, 24th Session, Gauhati University
  8. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, 25th Session, NEHU, Shillong
  9. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Berailly Session, 2004
  10. National Seminar on State Formation, Dept. of History, NEHU, Shillong
  11. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, Kokrajhar Campus, Gauhati University, 2005
  12. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan, West-Bengal, 2005
  13. Seminar organized by Sri Sri Aniruddhadeva Chair, Dept. of History, Dibrugarh University
  14. UGC Sponsored Seminar, R.G. Baruah College, Guwahati
  15. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Farook College, Calicut, Kerala, 2006-7
  16. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Delhi University, Delhi, 2007-8
  17. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, Goalpara Session, Goalpara College, 2007.
  18. National Seminar on Cultural Heritage of Ethnic Groups of North East India, Dept. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University, 22nd- 23rd February, 2008
  19. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, 29th Session, Dibrugarh University, 2008
  20. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, Kannur University, Kerala, 2008-09
  21. Annual Conference of North East India History Association, 30th Session, Nagaon, 2009
  22. Annual Conference of Indian History Congress, 71st Session, Malda, West Bengal, 2010-11
  23. 9th Annual International Conference on History: from Ancient to Modern, From 1–4 August 2011, Athens Institute for Education and Research, Athens, Greece.

Self Learning Materials (SLM) for PG Level: 5 Blocks (Submitted to the DDE, Dibrugarh University)

  1. Course : His 101 : Political History of Assam (from the Earliest Times to 1857) : (Block I)
  2. Course : His 102 : Social, Cultural and Economic History of Assam (from the Earliest Times to 1857) : (Block I & II)
  3. Course : His 103 : Political Structures in India till 1526) : (Block II & III)

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