Dr. Biswajit Baruah

Dr. Biswajit Baruah
Dr. Biswajit Baruah
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History

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: B.A. in History, DHSK College, Dibrugarh
  2. Master’s Degree: M.A. in History, Dibrugarh University
  3. Ph.D.: Dibrugarh University
  4. Other: M.A. in Political Science, Dibrugarh University

Professional Experience:

  • Lecturer in DHSK College, Dibrugarh from 1980 to 90.
  • Senior Lecturer in Dibrugarh University from 1990 to 98.
  • Reader in Dibrugarh University from 1998 to 2012.
  • Professor in Dibrugarh University from 2012 till date.

Areas of Interest/ Specialization:

  • Non-Indian history, International Relations, Contemporary World.

 

Ph.D Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Status

(On-going /Completed)

1.

Dr.Rupam Saikia

India’s Security Concerns in the Post Cold War Period(1991-96)

Awarded

2.

Dr. Dipak Goswami

India’s Attitude Towards Disarmament 1947-98 A Study in Historical Perspective

Awarded

3.

Shirumoni Baruah

Assam During the AGP Rule: 1996-2001 A Study of Regional Politics

Awarded

4

Siddhartha Pait

Indo-Myanmar Relations: 1947-2009- A Study in Historical Perspectives

Ongoing

5

Montu Chetia

Socio-Religians Festivals of LakhimpurDistrict of Assam : A Study in Historical Perspective.

Ongoing

6

Rimi Rashmi Borah

‘Digboi Oil Refinery: 1889-2001: A Study in Historical Perspective’

Ongoing

 

M.Phil.:

  • 10 Scholars awarded MPhil degree under my Supervision

Administrative Assignments:

  • Head of the Department in 2009-11 & 2016 till date
  • Chairperson of Board of Studies, Department of History
  • Member of Board of Studies, Centre for Studies in Philosophy
  • Member of Board of Management, Department of History, NEHU, Shillong
  • Member of Doctoral Committee, Department of Political Science, Dibrugarh University

Publications

Research Publications:

  1. An Outline of India-China Relations Since Independence. Journal of Historical Research, Department of History, Dibrugarh University (D.U.), 1991.
  2. US-Pak Relations: A Survey. do. 1995.
  3. Threat to India’s Security: Rationale for her DefencePreparadness. Journal Of Politics, Department of Political Science, D. U.,1995.
  4. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States: A Primary Source for the study of Indo-US Relations. Journal of Historical Research, Department of History, Dibrugarh University (D.U.), 1996.
  5. A Decade of Indo-US Economic Cooperation. SHODHAK, Jaipur. 1996.
  6. The US Attitude Towards India’s Freedom Struggle. Journal of Historical Research, Department of History, Dibrugarh University (D.U.),1998.
  7. Diego Garcia in the US Strategic Framework: Retrospect and Prospect. do. 2000.
  8. India’s Response to the Arms Acquisition in the Neighbourhood. do. 2001.
  9. Nagaland’s Quest for Sovereignty: A Study in Historical Perspective. do. 2004.
  10. North-East Security Scenario: An Analysis. do. 2006.
  11. Extrenism in Assam: An Analysis of the ULFA and the Bodo Problems. The North-Eastern Research Bulletin, Dept. of Sociology, D.U.2009.
  12. Indo-ASEAN Trade and Economic Co-operation in the Post- Cold War Period in Indian Journal of Social Sciences ,Kalanchupar Research Institute Sivasagar, 2012.
  13. Indo-Vietnam Trade and Economic Cooperation. Journal of Itihas Adhyayan Chakra, Dept. of History, HCDG College, Nitaipukhuri, Sivasagar, 2012.
  14. India’s Military Ties with Israel. Ibid., 2015.

Books and Book Chapters:

  1. Indo-US Relations, Omsons, New Delhi, 2004.
  2. History of USA 1776-1945, Binapani Publishing House, Guwahati, 2012.
  3. World Revolutions, Secretary, Society of Economics and History, HPB Girls’ College, Golaghat, 2014.
  4. Introduction to History and Its Sources (Co-authored), Kiran Prakashan, Dhemaji, 2014.
  5. History of Europe: 1453-1815 (Co-authored), Kiran Prakashan, Dhemaji, 2015.
  6. History of Europe: 1815-1945 (Co-authored), Kiran Prakashan, Dhemaji, 2015.

Paper presentation in Seminars: (w.e.f. 2011)

  1. Depletion of Forests in Assam during the Colonial Period in the National Seminar on Religion, Society and Ecology in North-East India, organized by the Dept. of History, Dibrugarh University, under SAP on March 4th and 5th 2011.
  2. Ganga to Mekong Vis-a vis The Look East policy in the International Seminar on River, Society and Sustainable Development, Dibrugarh University on 26th to 29th May, 2011.
  3. Child Labour vis- a- vis Human Rights Violation in the State level Seminar on Human Rights and Women held on March 6th and 7th 2012 at the Centre for Women’s Studies, Dibrugarh University.
  4. Women Participation in Governance: Problems and Prospects in National Seminar organized by Women Cell, Madhabdev College Teachers’ Unit in collaboration with ACTA, 28th and 29th April, 2012.
  5. Rural Development As Viewed by Gandhiji  in the National Seminar organized by Gargaon College on Rural Development in the North- Eastern Region, 31st March 2012.
  6. Meeting the Challenges of Higher Education in India in the National Seminar organized by Teachers’ Unit C.K.B. College, 6th to 7th September 2012.
  7. Climate Change in North-East India: Dangerous portends for the Future on in the National Seminar on Climate Change in North-East India: Causes, Impacts and Remedies organized by Madhabdev College, narayanpur on 11th and 12th May, 2011.

Articles:

  1. Extrenism in Assam: An Analysis of the ULFA and the Bodo Problems in the North-Eastern Research Bulletin, Vol-XVIII, December, 2009, Dept. of Sociology, Dibrugarh University.
  2. Indo-ASEAN Trade and Economic Co-operation in the Post- Cold War Period in Indian Journal of Social Sciences Vol-2, Issue-1, January 2012, Kalanchupar Research Institute Sivasagar.
  3. Indo-Vietnam Trade and Economic Cooperation in Journal of Itihas Adhyayan Chakra, Vol, VII, 2012, Dept. of History HCDG College, Nitaipukhuri, Sivasagar.
  4. India’s Defence Ties with Israel in Journal of Itihas Adhyayan Chakra, Vol-X, 2015 Dept. of History HCDG College, Nitaipukhuri, Sivasagar.

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