Affiliated to University of Gour Banga
NAAC Accredited With "B" Grade (1st Cycle)
|Name of the Department||Year of Establishment||Names of the Programmes/ Courses offered||Names of Interdisciplinary courses and the departments/ units involved||Annual/ Semester/ Choice based credit system (Programme wise)||Seat Intake Capacity||Faculties|
|Geography||23.03.2009||UG||Environmental Science||Choice-based credit system as per the University of Gour Banga curriculum||
SC-08 ST-02 OBC-A-04
1. Dr Rameswar Mukherjee, Assistant Professor & Head
2. Md. Aminul Islam, SACT-I
3. Md. Mursedul Hasan, SACT-I
4. Md. Aminul Hoque, SACT-II
Dr. Rameswar Mukherjee
MA, PhD, CCSM
Assistant Professor & Head Department of Geography
Specialization : Remote Sensing & GIS, Fluvial Geomorphology , Quaternary Geomorphology, Application Statistical Methods in Geography, Cartographic TechniquesView Details
Name of the Teacher & Designation: Dr. Rameswar Mukherjee, Assistant Professor & Head, Department of Geography
Article Published in Journal/Chapter in Edited Book
i. Mukherjee, R. and Deb, P. (2023) Application of GIS-based Analytical Hierarchy Process for assessment and mapping of Flood Risk Zone in the Lower Ramganga River Basin, Western Gangetic Plain, India. Environment, Development and Sustainability. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10668-023-02957-z. Springer. E-ISSN 1573-2975
i. Deb, P., & Mukherjee, R. (2022). Pattern of Regional Disparities in the Level of Household Deprivation among the Scheduled Tribes of Eastern India: A District-level Analysis. Journal of Asian and African Studies, 00219096221106097. Online ISSN: 1745-2538
ii. Mukherjee, R. (2022). Quantitative Assessment of Channel Planform Dynamics and Meander Bend Evolution of the Ramganga River, Ganga Basin, India. In Shit, P.K., Bera, B., Ghosh, S., and Bhunia, G.S. (Eds.) Drainage Basin Dynamics (pp. 89-113). Springer, Cham. E-ISBN 978-3-030-79634-1
iii. Deb, P., & Mukherjee, R. (2022). Household Vulnerability of Tribal People to Climate Change in the Part of Dooars Region, West Bengal, India. In Mishra, M., Singh, R.B., de Lucena, A. & Chatterjee, S. (eds.) Regional Development Planning and Practice (pp. 385-408). Springer, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-16-5681-1 (eBook).
iv. Mukherjee, R. (2022). Palaeohydrologic Estimates of Flood Discharge of Lower Ramganga River Catchment of Ganga Basin, India, Using Slackwater Deposits. In: Pradhan, B., Shit, P.K., Bhunia, G.S., Adhikary, P.P., Pourghasemi, H.R. (eds) Spatial Modelling of Flood Risk and Flood Hazards. GIScience and Geo-environmental Modelling. Springer, Cham. ISBN 978-3-030-94544-2 (eBook) https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94544-2_3
v. Deb, P., Mukherjee, R., Assessing stages of development with Household Quality of Life Index: A Cross-Sectional study among the social groups of Rural West Bengal, India. Indian Journal of Spatial Science, 13 (1):pp.65-74. E-ISSN 2249 - 4316
i. Mukherjee, R., Ram Bilas, 2019. Flood frequency analysis of Ramganga River Basin in Western Gangetic Plain, India, National Geographical Journal of India. 65 (3): pp.286-299.
i. Mukherjee, R., Ram Bilas, Biswas, S. S., and Pal, R., 2017. Bank erosion and accretion dynamics explored by GIS techniques in lower Ramganga river, Uttar Pradesh, India. Spatial Information Research, 25(1): pp.23-38
ii. Mukherjee, R., 2017. Spatial pattern of meander bend instability and mechanisms of meander bend change in the Ramganga River, Western Gangetic Plain, India. Research Today: An International Peer Reviewed and Refereed research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, VIII (1): pp.304-321
iii. Mukherjee, R., 2017. Impact of flood on socio-economic life of the people: A case study on Katamuni Village, Harischandrapur-II Block, Malda, West Bengal. Annals of Multi-disciplinary Research. VII (2): pp. 501-512.
i. Mukherjee, R., Ram Bilas, 2016. Topographic characteristics of Ramganga River Basin: Digital Elevation Model and GIS Based Study, National Geographical Journal of India.62 (3): pp. 201-216.
ii. Paul, K., Sharma, D., Mukherjee, R., Sengupta, R., and Tamang, K. L., 2016. Demographic characteristics and changing land use pattern in Gangtok, Sikkim (1975-2011). International Journal of Geomatics and Geosciences, 6 (4): pp.1769-1780.
i. Deb, Pamela, and Mukherjee, R. 2015. Sustainable Tourism in India: Challenges and Opportunities. Salesian Journal of Humanities and Social Science. 6(1): pp.11-22
ii. Mukherjee, R., and Ram Bilas, 2015. River Channel Dynamics: A Review. Indian Journal of Landscape Systems and Ecological Studies, 38 (1):pp.48-60.
iii. Mukherjee, R., and Ram Bilas 2015. Evaluation of Ground Water Resource of Son River Basin: Using Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques. In Siddiqui, Farasat Ali (ed.) Population Dynamism and Resource Utilization: Geo-Informatics and Resource Dynamics. Academic Publication, New Delhi:pp. 204-212.ISBN: 978-93-83931-18-7
i. Mukherjee, R., Ram Bilas, 2014. Analysis of relief through morphometric attributes: A Case study in part of Son river basin. National Geographical Journal of India. 60(4):pp.407-422.
ii. Mukherjee, R., and Sharama, V., K., 2014. Natural Disaster Management for promoting Sustainable Development in India. Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research, 1(4):pp.73-80.
iii. Deb, P., and Mukherjee, R., 2014. Globalisation-rural poverty nexus in India. Multidisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research, 1(4):pp.11-18.
iv. Mukherjee, R., 2014. A Quantitative Analysis of the Drainage Characteristics of Part of the Son River Basin. Geo-Analysist, 4 (1): pp. 52-70.
i. Mukherjee, R., and Deb, P., 2013. Integrated Remote Sensing and GIS based Hydrogeomorphological study for groundwater potential evaluation-A case study in part of Vindhyan Upland. Journal of Geo-Environment Observer, 2 (2): pp.35-44.
i. Mukherjee, R., 2012. Food Security in Rural India. Geo-Analysist, 2 (2): pp.33-39
ii. Mukherjee, R., 2012. Remote Sensing and GIS based regional geomorphological mapping: a case study of a part of the Son river basin. Journal of Geo-environment Observer. 1(2):pp.73-78.
Student Seminar (2nd Semester Geography Honours), Organized on 07/08/2023
Group Discussion (4th Semester Geography Honours)
National Webinar on "Migration and State Amidst COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Future Preparedness" organised by Dept. of Geography, Samsi College on 25th July 2020