Dr. Anjam Hussain Barbhuiya; M Sc, B Ed, Ph D, SET

Dr. Anjam Hussain Barbhuiya; M Sc, B Ed, Ph D, SET

Specialization: Fishery Science & Aquaculture

List of Publication:

Book Published:

  • Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D. (2012). Treatise on Mahseer Fishes. Dominant Publishers, (New Delhi ). (ISBN: 9789382007173)
  • Lyngdoh, T. S., Varghese, P. andBarbhuiya, A. H. (2012). Status of Biodiversity in India, Conservation and Social Relevance with Reference to NE India. Proceedings of National Seminar organized by Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya. Excel India Publishers, (New Delhi). (ISBN: 9789382062240)
  • Varghese, P., Saha, M., Bhowmik, U., Barbhuiya, A. H., Gracy, L.K., and Mohanty, P.(2013). Quality Sustenance in NAAC Accredited Institutions of Higher Education. Proceedings of National Seminar organized by Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya. N. L. Publications, (Assam). (ISBN: 9789381183793)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D. (2013). Frontiers of Wetlands Fishers & Aquaculture Research. Manglam Publications (New Delhi). (ISBN: 9789381142998)

Paper Published in Peer Reviewed Referred Journals:

  • Kar, D. and Barbhuiya, A. H. (2010). Status of chocolate mahseer of river Barak with a note on its morphometry and meristics. J. Inland Fish. Soc. India, 42 (1): 59-64.  (ISSN: 0379-3435)
  • Kar, D., Barbhuiya, A. H., Saha, B., Devi, S., Momin, M. G. and Das, B. (2010). Protection of fish  diversity  in Meghalaya  needs  conservation  measures- in the context of fishing devices used. Fishing Chimes, 30 (1): 124-127. (ISSN: 0971-4529)
  • Kar, D., Barbhuiya, A. H., Das, B., Purkayastha, M., Barbhuiya, M. H., Saha, D., Laskar, R.A. and Arjun, J. (2010). An account of the medicinal plants in certain regions of Assam, India. Environment & Ecology. 28 (3B): 1965-68. (ISSN: 0970-0420)
  • Kar, D., Barbhuiya, A.H. (2010). Length-weight relationship and condition factor in Puntius amphibius (Valenciennes)and Puntius vittatus Day from Barak valley region of Assam. J. Inland Fish. Soc., India, 42 (1): 76-77. (ISSN: 0379-3435)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D. (2011). The Copper mahseer of river Barak with a note on their morphometry and meristics. Transient., India, 1 (1): 155-167. (ISSN: 2250-0650)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D., (2011). Study of the plankton diversity in the river Jatinga of north east India. Conservation Forum Journal, 3 (1): 64-67. (ISSN: 0974-6609)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H. (2012). Mahseer Fishes of River Barak, Jatinga, Dhaleswari and Ganol in North East India. Research Journal of Recent Sciences. 1 (ISC-2011) 7-16 (2012). (ISSN: 2277-2502)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D., (2012). Study of the plankton diversity in the river Dhaleswari of north east India. Transient., India, 2 (1): 13-26. (ISSN: 2250-0650)
  • Kar, S., Barbhuiya, A. H. and Kar, D., (2012). A note on Menarche and Menopause among the Kaibartas of Barak Valley. Transient., India, 2 (1): 36-41. (ISSN: 2250-0650)
  • Saha, M., Barbhuiya, A. H. and Chakraborty, H. (2013). Vehicular Traffic and Environmental Pollution in Garo Hills: A Case Study of Garo Hills Autonomous Council (GHADC), India. International Research Journal of Biological Sciences. 2 (8) 5-8 (2013). (ISSN: 2278-3202) 

Paper Published in Proceedings of National and International seminar/conference, Books:

  •   Kar, D., Barbhuiya, A.H., Majumder, B., Choudhury, A.S. (2011) Fish biodiversity and Habitat parameters of rivers in North-East India with special reference to river Dhaleswari along Assam-Mizoram. pp. 57-81. In Aquatic Resources and Aquaculture.  (ed.) M. A. Haniffa. Dominant Publishers and Distributors Pvt. Ltd. (New Delhi). Proceedings of CONFAQUA 2006.(ISBN: 9789380642161)
  • Kar, D., Barbhuiya, A. H., Das, B. (2010). Ecology and Fish Diversity of the Rivers in Tripura. pp. 155-162. In Proceeding of National Seminar on “Integrated Management of Water Resources W/R to Biodiversity and Livelihood” held on 16th-17th January, 2010 at Bhopal by Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology, Bhopal. (ISBN: 9788176222365)
  • Kar, D., Sharma, R., Das, B. and Barbhuiya, A.H., (2010). An overview of the  Wetlands, Rivers and Fishes in North-East India with a brief note on their present status using GIS tools,  pp. 151-164. In:Biodiversity and Human Welfare. (Eds.): Goswami, U.C.; Sharma, D.K.;Kalita, J.; and, Saikia, P.K., Narendra Publishing House  (New Delhi). (ISBN: 9789380428055)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H., Das, H., Lyngdoh, T. S., Goyari, B. and
    Sangma, A. N. (2011). Ichthyofaunal diversity and water quality of Ganol river, Garo Hills, Meghalaya with special reference to mahseer. pp. 45-52. “Proceedings of the National Seminar on Status of Biodiversity in India: Conservation and Social Relevance with Reference to NE India 8th & 9th August, 2011, Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya.”. (ISBN: 9789382062240)
  • Das, B., Barbhuiya, A. H., and Sharma, S. (2011). Fish Diversity and Physico-Chemical Property of River Jamuna in Karbi Anglong District of Assam. pp. 53-56. “Proceedings of the National Seminar on Status of Biodiversity in India: Conservation and Social Relevance with Reference to NE India 8 th & 9th August, 2011, Don Bosco College, Tura, Maghalaya.”. (ISBN: 9789382062240)
  • Barbhuiya, A.H. and Kar, D. (2012). Plankton diversity in the river Barak in North East India. pp. 14-29. In Sustainability and Economic Development in Hill Agriculture. (eds.) Kalita, D. C. and Mishra, B. K. Biotech Books. (New Delhi). (ISBN: 9788176222600)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H., Das, H. (2012). Study of ichthyospecies diversity and water quality of river Ganol in Garo Hills, Meghalaya. “Proceedings of the National Seminar on Frontiers of Wetland, Fishery Science and Aquaculture Research in the New Millennium (Wetland-2012) 21st and 22nd November, 2012, Department of Life Science and Bioinformatics, Assam University, Silchar.” (ISBN: 9789381142998)
  • Barbhuiya, A. H., Chakraborty, H. (2013). Best Practices in the Institutions of Higher Education: A Hype, Hope or Harassment. “proceedings of the National Seminar on “Quality Sustenance in NAAC Accredited Institutions of Higher Education.” on 06th and 7th May, 2013, Don Bosco College, Tura, Meghalaya. (ISBN: 9789381183793)