ICAR Personnel Management System

Executive Record Sheet
NameDr. Siladitya Bandopadhyay
ERP ID010088
Present DesignationSr. Scientist
Cadre TypeScientist (incl. SS (CAS), PS (CAS))
Date of Birth (MM/DD/YYYY)01/08/1980
GenderMale
State of DomicileWest Bengal
Mother TongueBangla
Email Addresssiladitya_555@yahoo.co.in
Educational Qualifications (From Graduation Onwards)
DegreeFromToInstitutionThesis Title (If any)
M.Sc. (Agriculture)01/Aug/200130/Sep/2003University of Calcutta 
PhD (Agriculture)01/Jan/200430/Apr/2008University of CalcuttaChemistry and process development of slow-release micronutrient fertilizers
History of Posting
S.No.DesignationName of Institute/ OrganizationOrganization /Posting TypeFromTo
1 Scientist SS.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 05-Jul-200825-Feb-2017
2 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Jorhat 05-Jul-2008 
3 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 01-Aug-201611-Aug-2016
4 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Jorhat 12-Aug-201631-Aug-2016
5 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Jorhat 01-Sep-201603-Oct-2016
6 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Jorhat 04-Oct-201631-Dec-2016
7 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 01-Jan-201731-Jul-2017
8 Senior Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 26-Feb-2017 
9 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 01-Aug-201731-Mar-2018
10 Scientist.National Bureau of Soil Survey and Land Use planning,NBSSLUP (RS) , Calcutta 01-Apr-2018 
Training Details
Training
Program NameCountryVenueFromToProgram Organized by
83rd Foundation Training CourseINNAARM, Hyderabad2/26/2008 12:00:00 AM6/24/2008 12:00:00 AMNational Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM) (ICAR), Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh.
FocarsINHyderabad, Hyderabad2/26/2008 12:00:00 AM6/24/2008 12:00:00 AMNAARM
Remote Sensing and GIS Technology and ApplicationINHyderabad, Hyderabad11/17/2008 12:00:00 AM2/6/2009 12:00:00 AMNRSC (ISRO)
Remote Sensing and GIS- Technology and ApplicationINHyderabad, Hyderabad11/17/2008 12:00:00 AM2/6/2009 12:00:00 AMNational Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC) (ISRO, Govt. Of India)
Field Orientation Training Programme at Regional Centres of the BureauINNagpur, Nagpur2/20/2009 12:00:00 AM5/6/2009 12:00:00 AMICAR-NBSS&LUP
Geo-informatics in Land Resource ManagementINNagpur, Nagpur3/9/2011 12:00:00 AM3/29/2011 12:00:00 AMICAR-NBSS&LUP
Winter School
Program NameCountryVenueFromToProgram Organized by
Advanced statisticsINICAR-IASRI, New Delhi11/8/2017 12:00:00 AM11/28/2017 12:00:00 AMICAR
Publications
Popular Articles
Journal
S.No.YearTitle of PublicationName of PublisherCitationISBN Number
12018Rubber growing soils of Bishalgarh block, Sepahijala district, Tripura: Their characteristics, suitability and managementDirectorate of Forest Education, Ministry of Env., Forest and Climate Change, GOI  
22018Spatial Variability Analysis of Soil Properties of Tinsukia District, Assam, IndiaSpringer SSN: 2249-720X (Print) 2249-7218 (Online)
32018Forms of Acidity in Soils Developed on Different Landforms along an Altitudinal Sequence in Nagaland, IndiaIndian Society of Soil Science 8 190147005 9788190147002 8190379747 9788190379748
42017Pedogenesis of Some Hydromorphic Soils of Upper Brahmaputra Valley Region, Assam, IndiaThe Clay Minerals Society of India Print ISSN: 0255-7193. Online ISSN: 0974-4509
52017Characterization of some cracking clay soils of Rajmahal Trap in Sahibganj District, JharkhandThe Clay Minerals Society of India Print ISSN: 0255-7193. Online ISSN: 0974-4509
62016Agro-technology transfer through Tribal Sub-Plan – A case study in Upper Brahmaputra Valley, Assam.ICAR  
72016Agro-technology transfer through Tribal Sub-Plan – A case study in Upper Brahmaputra Valley, Assam.ICAR  
82016Characterizations of Soil at Different Landforms in Hilly Areas of Meghalaya StateIndian Society of Soil Science 10.5958/0974-0228.2016.00043.8
92015Spatial Variability of Soil Fertility Parameters in Jirang Block of Ri-Bhoi District, MeghalayaClay Mineral Society of India  
102015Development of Integrated Land Use Plan for Upper Brahmaputra Valley under Rain-fed Ecosystem: A Case Study in Jorhat District, AssamISSLUP  
112015Assessment of Erosion Susceptibility Zones in Diring-Thanglong Watershed North Eastern Hill Regions of Assam using GIS TechniquesISSLUP  
122015Development of Integrated Land Use Plan for Upper Brahmaputra Valley under Rain-fed Ecosystem: A Case Study in Jorhat District, AssamISSLUP  
132015Assessment of Erosion Susceptibility Zones in Diring-Thanglong Watershed North Eastern Hill Regions of Assam using GIS TechniquesISSLUP  
142014Multimicronutrient Slow-Release Fertilizer of Zinc, Iron, Manganese, and CopperHindawi Publishing Corporation  
152014Characterization and classification of some tea-growing soils of Jorhat district, AssamISSLUP  
162014Multimicronutrient Slow-Release Fertilizer of Zinc, Iron, Manganese, and CopperHindawi Publishing Corporation  
172014Land use planning and strategic measures in North Eastern Region of IndiaISSLUP  
182014Characterization and classification of some tea-growing soils of Jorhat district, AssamISSLUP  
192014Land use planning and strategic measures in North Eastern Region of IndiaISSLUP  
202013Use of Taxonomic Approach to Estimate Total Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) Pool Sizes in Meghalaya State, IndiaIndian Society of Soil Science  
212013Use of Taxonomic Approach to Estimate Total Soil Organic Carbon (SOC) Pool Sizes in Meghalaya State, IndiaIndian Society of Soil Science  
222012Characterization of soil acidity under different land uses in AssamISSLUP  
232012Characterization of soil acidity under different land uses in AssamISSLUP  
242009An innovative approach to supply biogas (gober gas) in rubber balloons for domestic use: A case study & success storyVC& RI (TANUVAS) Namakkal, Tamil Nadu  
252009Biorelease Multinutrient Fertilizers for High-altitude Agriculture. Field Trials in the Kumaon and Garhwal Himalayas, IndiaInternational Mountain Society (IMS)  
262009Biorelease Multinutrient Fertilizers for High-altitude Agriculture. Field Trials in the Kumaon and Garhwal Himalayas, IndiaInternational Mountain Society (IMS)  
272008New Slow-Releasing Molybdenum FertilizerAmerican Chemical Society  
282008New Slow-Releasing Molybdenum FertilizerAmerican Chemical Society  
292007Development of a Novel Slow-Releasing Iron-Manganese Fertilizer CompoundAmerican Chemical Society  
302007Development of a Novel Slow-Releasing Iron-Manganese Fertilizer CompoundAmerican Chemical Society  
Book Chapter
S.No.YearTitle of PublicationName of PublisherCitationISBN Number
12016Present status and future strategies to maintain the soil health in the North East India.ICAR-ATARI-3, ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghjalaya and Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam  
22016Need of Soil Health Study in North Eastern Regions of IndiaCAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalay  
32016Present status and future strategies to maintain the soil health in the North East India.ICAR-ATARI-3, ICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghjalaya and Assam Agricultural University, Jorhat, Assam  
42016Need of soil health study in NE IndiaICAR Research Complex for NEH Region, Umium, Meghalaya  
52009An innovative approach to supply biogas (gober gas) in rubber balloons for domestic use: A case study & success storyVC& RI (TANUVAS) Namakkal, Tamil Nadu  
Awards
S.No.Name of AwardAwarding organizationPlaceYearPrize
1 Best Stall & Theme Display Award for Kissan MelaICAR-IVRIIndia2016 
2 Best poster awardICAR-NBSS&LUPIndia20151st
Patent, Copyright, Trademark etc.
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Externally Funded Projects
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Career Profile
Cadre NameDateMode of recruitment (CAS/DR)
Sr. Scientist (8000)26 Feb 2017CAS
Five Major Contributions
S.No.Major Contribution
1 1. Accomplished district level land use planning of Jorhat, Assam under rainfed ecosystem by developing land management unit and decision support system towards alternate land use planning at 1: 50,000 scale. 2. Watershed level land use planning has been accomplished in Diring-Thanglong watershed in Assam under hills and forest ecosystem (at 1: 12,500 scale) with drainage morphometric analysis and the watershed was grouped into 9 priority zone for integrated land use planning. 3. Methodology of block level land resource inventory was established at 1: 10,000 scale in Brahmaputra valley ecosystem of Assam using geo-spatial techniques. 4. Soil nutrient mapping (9 parameters) of Nagaland was accomplished at 1: 50,000 scale at district and block levels.