ICAR Personnel Management System

Executive Record Sheet
NameDr. Ranjan Paul
ERP ID022140
Present DesignationScientist
Cadre TypeScientist (incl. SS (CAS), PS (CAS))
Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY)11/04/1987
State of DomicileWest Bengal
Mother TongueBangla
Email Addressranjan.reliance@gmail.com
Educational Qualifications (From Graduation Onwards)
DegreeFromToInstitutionThesis Title (If any)
Secondary01/Aug/200231/May/2004West Bengal Board Of 2ndary Education 
Higher Secondary01/Aug/200431/May/2006West Bengal Board Of Higher Secondary Education 
B.Sc(Ag)01/Aug/200618/May/2010Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswavidyalaya 
Graduate Diploma in Computer Application01/Jul/200730/Jun/2008The Institute of Computer Engineers (India) 
M.Sc04/Aug/201026/May/2012Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI)Studies on phosphate solubilizing microorganisms in relation to P dynamics in soils of North Western Himalayan region
Ph.D03/Aug/201214/Sep/2016Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI)Interaction of soil nanoclay with phosphatase in relation to phosphorus mineralization
History of Posting
S.No.DesignationName of Institute/ OrganizationOrganization /Posting TypeFromTo
1 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (MI), Nagpur 05-Jul-201629-Apr-2022
2 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (MI), Nagpur 30-Apr-2022 
Training Details
S.No.Name of AwardAwarding organizationPlaceYearPrize
1 Reputed SocietiesDr YS Parmar University of Horticulture and ForestryIndia2018Jagar Nath Raina Memorial All India Best Research Awards at Doctorate Level 2017
Patent, Copyright, Trademark etc.
Externally Funded Projects
Career Profile
Five Major Contributions
S.No.Major Contribution
1 Standardized the methodology for separation of nanoclays from soil clays by ordinary centrifugation technique using Stoke’s law.
2 Explained the phenomena of interaction of nano-clay with organic molecule at microscale level (nano-clay phosphatase interaction) through different kinetic and thermodynamic parameters.
3 X-ray crystallinity concept of different nanoclays in relation to phosphatase adsorption was developed and validated.
4 Justified the phenomena of mineralization of organic phosphorus molecules by nano-clay phosphatase complex.