Dr. D. Kardong

Associate Professor, Department of Life Sciences
  • Phone No. - 9435473736
  • Department of Life Sciences
  • Designation - Associate Professor

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: 1991
  2. Master’s Degree in Life Sciences (Zoology with specialization in Biochemistry ) Dibrugarh University : 1994

Ph.D. (2011): Studies on Microbiological and Biochemical aspects of Chaimod (PO:RO): A Traditional Alcoholic Beverage of Mishing Tribe of Assam.

 
Professional Experience:
  1. Served as founder lecturer in Silapathar Science College from 1996.
  2. Served as Principal i/c of Silapathar Sc. College, Dhemaji from 10/07/1998 till 16/02/2003
  3. Worked as Lecturer / Asst. Prof in the Dept. of Life Sciences in Dibrugarh University from 17th Feb., 2003- 26th July, 2016.
  4. Served as Editor of the Bulletin of Life Sciences (ISSN 0971-5746), Dibrugarh University for the Vol.XIX (March, 2013) and XX (March,2014).
  5. Working as Associate Professor in the Dept. of Life Sciences in Dibrugarh University from 27th July, 2016- till date.

Research Interest/ Specialization:

  1. Biochemistry, Microbiology, Freshwater mollusc diversity.

International Collaboration(s): International scientific cooperation between member of the Russian Academy of Science (RAS) Dr. I. N. Bolotov (Russia) and research team consists of Dr. D. Kardong and Dr. J. Sonowal, (India).

Research Projects (completed): As PI

  1. Isolation and Biochemical characterization of Potential Amylolytic and Alcohol producing Yeast strains from Yeast cake (EPOP) used in preparation of PO:RO (Saimod), a traditional alcoholic beverage of the Mising tribe of Assam, India. Minor research Project UGC’s maximum grant against minor.                                                      - Completed
  1. Studies on the diversity and nutritional Aspects of edible mollucs of upper Brahmaputra basin. Major research project Sanctioned by SERB, DST no. SERB/F/4578/2013-14 dated: 17/10/13                 - Completed

Research Projects (completed): As Co-PI

  1. NFDB funded Project, ''Germplasm Inventorization, Brood Stocking and Captive Breeding of Ornamental Fish Species of Upper Brahmaputra Basin'' (F.No. 1378/NFDB/DU-As/Aqua-Park/2012-13)                  -  Completed
  2. DBT Twinning Project, “An in-depth study of host-non-mulberry silkworm interaction with special reference to extra floral nectarines (EFN) and volatile organic chemical (VOC) of host plants and the silkworm’s adaptation to the host plant’s defense response”. (F No. DU/Dean/R&D/RP/DBT/DSB/2016/982-988).                           - Completed
  3. DBT (NER-BPMC) Project, “Drug discovery approaches for the effective control of tuberculosis – target based virtual Screening of Medicinal Plants.” INR Rs. 118.888 L                                     - Ongoing

Ph.D Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Status

(On-going/Completed/ Notification)

 1.

Miss Munmi Pujari

Study on the Distribution pattern, Nutritional value and Phylogeny of Freshwater Bivalve Parreysia favidens (Benson) from Dibrugarh district

Completed

No. DU/RG/Ph.D./04/2020/3791

Dated: 29/04/2020

 2.

Sri Jyotish Sonowal

Studies on Diversity of Freshwater Mollusc Lamellidense (Bivalvia: Unionidae) From Upper Assam, India with Special Reference to Their Nutritional Significance

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./01/2021/4235

Dated: 01/02/2021

 3.

Sri Sosanka Protim Sandilya

Study on rhizobacteria of Ricinus communis L. and development of integrated Nutrient Management (INM) package with special reference to biofertilizer.

Completed

No. DU/RG/Ph.D./11/18/3028

Dated: 03/12/2018

 4.

Miss Pinky Moni Bhuyan

Study on the gut bacteria of Antheraea assamensis Helfer with special reference to formulation of microbial consortium to enhance the silk productivity

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./03/2021/4331

Dated:01/04/2021

 5.

Syeda Sabiha Salam

Screening and In Silico Validation of Antimalarial Activity of Few Traditionally Important Plant Derived Compounds.

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./10/2021/4686

Dated:01/11/2021

 6.

Bhaba Kumar Pegu

Studies on Naringinase Producing Microorganisms from the Soil of Dibrugarh District, Assam and Characterization of Purified Rhamnosidase

Abstract submitted

 7.

Jitu Chutia

Studies on Edible Aquatic Macro-invertebrates of Poba Reserve Forest, with Special reference to their Nutritional value.

Degree awarded

 

Administrative Assignments:

  1. As Warden of Boys hostel MAHCN, D.U. from 2008-2011.
  2. Programme coordinator, NSS Cell, Dibrugarh University from 2014 - till date
  3. Member of the Dibrugarh University Sports Board- till date
  4. Member of the Dibrugarh University Sports Advisory Committee- till date
  5. Member of the Dibrugarh University Anti Ragging Squad. 
  6. Head, Dept. of Life Sciences from 1st July, 2018- 30th July, 2021.
  7. As Chairperson of Equal Opprtunity Cell of Dibrugarh University form ---------continued.
  8. As member SC/ST Committee of Dibrugarh University from ------------ continued.

Extension Service:

  • Conducting various awareness campaigns on Swacch Bharat programmes, Tobacco control, Plantation programs, Heath and hygiene awaness Digital India programmes, Blood donation camps etc. through NSS activities in various places under the Dibrugarh University Jurisdiction.
  • Member of various committees for organizing/ conducting events in the University campus.
  • Working as Genereal Secretary of Dibrugarh University Alumni Association
  • Working as President of College and University Mising Teacher's Association.

Publications

Research paper published:

  1. J. Chutia and D. Kardong: Current Status and Seasonal Distribution of Malacofaunal Assemblage in Poba Reserve Forest in Relation to Certain Physico-chemical Parameters. Asian J. Biol. and Life Sc., (2021). Vol. 10 (1):93-100 DOI: 10.5530/ajbls.2021.10.15.
  2. J. Sonowal, M. Puzari & D. Kardong: Diversity of freshwater molluscs from the upper Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, Indian J. of Threat. Taxa. (2021); Vol. 13 (5). 18237–18246; DOI: 10.11609/jot.7144.13.5.18237-18246.
  3. Jyotish Sonowal, Pankaj Chetia & Devid Kardong: Phylogenetic analysis of Indian freshwater pond mussels Lamellidens corrianus and L. phenchooganjensis (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from the upper Brahmaputra Basin of Assam, India:   Biosc., Biotech. Res. Asia (2021); Vol. 18(1). 197-206.
  4. J. Chutia, J. Sonowal, B. K. Pegu and D. Kardong: Evaluation of proximate and heavy metals in twelve edible freshwater macroinvertebrates of Poba reserve Forest Assam, India. Biosci. Biotech. Res. Asia. (2021); Vol. 17(4).819-829.
  5. B.K. Pegu, D. Kardong, P. Chetia, J. Chutia and D.K. Gogoi. Isolation and characterization of α-L-Rhamnosidase producing bacterium, Agrococcus sp. BKD37, from a warehouse soil and partial optimization of its culture conditions. Appl.Biol. Res. (2020); Vol. 22(3). 203-214.
  6. J. Sonowal and D. Kardong: Nutritional evaluation of freshwater bivalve, Lamellidens spp. from the upper Brahmaputra basin, Assam with special reference to dietary essential amino acids, omega fatty acids and minerals. J. Env. Biol. (2020); Vol. 41(4). 931-941.
  7. J. Sonowal* & D. Kardong: Assessment on diversity, distribution and conservation status of Indian freshwater pond mussel Lamellidens spp. from upper Brahmaputra basin of Assam. Asian. J. of Con. Biol., (2020). Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 123-129; (ISSN 2278-7666).
  8. K. Phukan and D. Kardong: Isolation of naringinase producing soil bacteria from Psidium guajava L. and Terminalia chebula Retz and its enzymatic activity. AIMS Mol. Sci., (2020); 7(3): 292–304.
  9. D. Kardong and A. Konwer: ASSESSMENT OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY IN THE FRESH JUICE AND THE BREW FERMENTED FROM Syzygium cumini (L.) FRUIT. Curr. Trends in Pharm. Res. (2019); Vol 7 (1).
  10. Syeda S. Salam*, P. Chetia and D. Kardong: In silico Docking, ADMET and QSAR study of few antimalarial phytoconstituents as inhibitors of Plasmepsin II of P. falciparum against malaria. Curr. Drug Therapy 14. (2019); DOI: 10.2174/1574885514666190923112738
  11. B.K. Pegu*, J. Chutia, D. Kardong and D .K Gogoi: Optimization of environmental parameters for enhancement of naringinase production of Bacillus cereus-K1 a bacterial strain. Int. J. of Adv. Scientific. Res. and Management. (2019); Vol. 4 (7).
  12. P.M. Bhuyan, S. P. Sandilya, P.K. Nath, S. Gandotra, S. Subramanian, D. Kardong, D. K. Gogoi,*: Optimization and characterization of extracellular cellulase produced by Bacillus pumilus MGB05 isolated from midgut of muga silkworm (Antheraea assamensis Helfer). J. of Asia-Pacific Entomol. (2018). Vol. 21: 1171-1181.
  13. S. P. Sandilya, P. M. Bhuyan, V. Nageshappa, D. K. Gogoi* and D. Kardong: Impact of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MAJ PIA03 affecting the growth and phytonutrient production of castor, a primary host-plant of Samia riciniJ. of Soil Sc. and Plant Nutrition, (2017) Vol. 17 (2): 499-515.
  14. D. Kardong*, B. K. Pegu and B. Ghose Guha: EVALUATION OF EFFICACY OF THE MICROBIAL CONSORTIUM FOR FERMENTATION OF ALCOHOLIC RICE BEVERAGE AMONGST MISING TRIBE OF ASSAM, INDIA. Curr. Trends in Pharm. Res. (2017); Vol 4 (2): 6-17 ISSN: 2310-4820.
  15. S. P. Sandilya, P.M. Bhuyan, D. K. Gogoi and D. Kardong:  Phosphorus Solubilization and Plant Growth Promotion Ability of Rhizobacteria of R. communis L Growing in Assam, India. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. (2016); DOI 10.1007/s40011-016-0833-9.
  16. J. Baruah, G. Borah and D. Kardong:  Ni(II), Cu(II) and Pd(II) Complexes of Anisaldehyde-4-phenyl-thiosemicarbazone: Synthesis, Spectral Characterization and Biological Study. Asian J. of Chem. (2016); Vol. 28 (11): 2446-2452.
  17. A. Phukan, B. Chetia, J. G. Handique, D. Kardong: Antimicrobial, Antioxidant Activities and RP-HPLC Analysis of Three Edible Medicinal Plants Olax acuminata, Gnetum gnemon and Rhaphidophora hongkongensisNatl. Acad. Sci. Lett. (2016); DOI 10.1007/s40009-016-0422-8.
  18. J. Baruah, G. Borah and D. Kardong: Ni(II), Cu(II) and Pd(II) Complexes of Anisaldehyde-4-phenyl-thiosemicarbazone: Synthesis, Spectral Characterization and Biological Study. Asian J. of Chem. (2016); Vol. 18(11): 2446-2452.
  19. D. Kardong, M. Pujari and J. Sonowal: DIVERSITY OF FRESHWATER MOLLUSC IN MAGURI BEEL -A FLOODPLAIN WETLAND OF TINSUKIA DISTRICT IN ASSAM, INDIA. Int. J. of Curr. Res. (2016); Vol. 8, ( 4): pp.29169-29176.
  20. G. Borah, J. Baruah and D. Kardong: Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(I) and Pd(II) complexes of p-anisaldene-thiosemicarbazone. Indian J. Chem. (2014); Vol. 53A: 1520-1525.
  21. A. Phukan, R. Borgohain, P. Chutia, E. Saikia, D. Kardong and B. Chetia: Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Activity of Some Medicinal Plants of North East India. Asian J. Chem. (2014); Vol. 26 (12),, 0000-0000.
  22. D. Kardong, B. Purkayastha, S. Upadhyaya and J. Chetia: Antioxidant, Antibacterial and Hepatoprotective Activities of Cissus rependa Vahl (Nol-tenga) on Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) Induced Liver Damage in Bird Columba livia. Asian. J. of Pharm. Clin. Res. (2014); Vol. 7(2):48-52. ISSN: 0974-2441.
  23. A.K. Verma, P. Nath, S.B. Prasad, D. Kardong, J. Arjun, D. Kashyap and R. Chillawar: Homology Modeling and characterization of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxykinase (PEPCK) from Schistosoma japonica (Nov-Dec. 2013): IOSR J. of Pharm. and Biol. Sc. (IOSR-JPBS) (2013); Vol. 8 (5): 82-93. (eISSN: 2319-7676)
  24. D. Kardong, A.K. Verma, S. Upadhyaya and D. Borah:  Phytochemical and Cytotoxic property of wild Sarchoclamys pulcherrima Goud from Assam, North Eastern India. (2013): Int. J. of Pharm. and Pharmaceutical Sc. 5(4): 394-397. ISSN- 0975-1491.
  25. P. Iraqui, D. Borah, D. Kardong and R.N.S. Yadav: Qualitative and Quantitative Screening of Phytochemicals of Meliosomma pinnata (Dermi), A Forest Based Vegetable Plant Traditionally Used by Mishing Community of Assam, India. Academic Sciences; Int. J. of Pharm. and Pharmaceutical Sc. (2013). Vol. 5(2): 200-203. ISSN- 0975-1491.
  26. D. Kardong. Checklist, utility and status of molluscan fauna of Lesia beel in Dhemaji district, Assam. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XIX (2012): pp. 49-58. ISSN 0971-5746.
  27. J. Baruah, D. Kardong and G. Borah: Characterization and Antibacterial study of synthetic benzil bis (thiosemicarbazone) and its Palladium complex. Bull. Life Sc., Vol. XIX (2012): pp 03-12. ISSN 0971-5746.
  28. D. Kardong, S. Upadhyaya and L.R. Saikia: Screening of phytochemicals, antioxidant and antibacterial activity in crude extract of Pteridium aquilinum Kuhn. J. of Pharm. Res. (2013). J. of Pharm. Res. Vol. 6; 179-182.
  29. D. Kardong, K. Deori, K. Sood, R.N.S. Yadav, T.C. Bora and B.K. Gogoi:  Evaluation of Nutritional and Biochemical aspects of Po:ro apong (Saimod)- A homemade alcoholic rice beverage of Mising tribe of Assam, India.” Ind. J. Trad. Know, (2012); Vol. 11(3):pp. 499-504.. ISSN-0972-5938
  30. D. Kardong, M. Changmai, R.N.S. Yadav: Biochemical response to artificially induced rot disease (Flacherie) in various tissues of Eri silk worm (Samia ricini Boised).” Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVII (2011): pp. 16-26. ISSN NO. 0971-5746
  31. D. Kardong: Studies on the Changes of certain Parameters during fermentation of Saimod using Epop:  The Traditional Starter for Preparation of Alcoholic beverage by Mishing Tribe of Assam, India. J. of Assam Sc. Soc., (2011); Vol. 52(2): pp. 1-6. ISSN NO. 0587-1921.
  32. M. Borkataky, K. Sood, D. Kardong, B. B. Kakoty and L. R. Saikia: “Antibacterial activity and Phytochemical Analysis of Two folklore Medicinal Plants of North East India.” Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVI (2011). 73-80. ISSN 0971-5746.
  33. D. Kardong, K. Sood, R.N.S. Yadav and T. C. Bora. Amylolytic activity of mold isolated from Epop used by the Mising tribe of Assam, India in preparation of alcoholic Rice beer. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVI (2011). 92-101. ISSN 0971-5746.
  34. M. Gogoi, S. Upadhyaya, M. Borkataky, D. Kardong, L.R. Saikia and R. Samanta: Use of Indigenous Plants in Traditional Health Care System by Mising Tribe of Upper Assam. SIBCOLTEJO, Vol. 05 (2010): 92-101. (ISSN: 0975-9867).
  35. D. Kardong, A.K. Verma, P. Gogoi, S. Singh, K. Gogoi, G. Bora and K. Sood: Endosulfan Induced Behavioral and Biochemical Changes in Air Breathing Fresh Water Teleost (C. Orientalis) in Tea Garden Localities of Upper Assam. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XV. 1-16 (2009). ISSN 0971-5746.
  36. D. Kardong, R. Gogoi, P. Barua, A. Bora, A. Dutta, A. Dutta, R. Rai and R.N. S. Yadav: Effect of starvation on the activity of Alanine Transaminase and Aspartate Transaminase in various tissues of bird (C. livia), Amphibia (Bufo sps.) and Teleost (H. fossilis).” Bull. Life Sc., vol. XIV, 105-109, (2008). ISSN 0971-5746.
  37. D. Kardong, S. Borah and R.N.S. Yadav: Biochemical and Haematological Responses to Starvation in Air-breathing Fresh water Teleost, H.fossilis (Bloch); J. Exp. Zoo. India Vol. 5:(2) PP. 195-199 (2002). ISSN No. 0972-0030.
  38. D. Kardong and R.N.S. Yadav: Effect of Cold Stress on the Protein content, Acid and Alkaline Phosphatase in the Liver and Muscle tissue of different vertebrates. Bull. Life Sc. Vol. X PP. 63-70 (2002). ISSN 0971-5746.

Book Chapters Published:

  1. Rupamoni Thakur, Aditya Gogoi and Devid Kardong (2021): Analyzing the Proteolytic and Anticoagulant Properties of Mesua ferrea leaf extract.  Research in Life Sciences: pp: 195-207. ISBN
  2. Jyotish Sonowal and Devid Kardong: Soleaia soleniformis (Benson, 1836): An Endemic Freshwater Mollusc of Assam. Glimpses of Biological Research in Upper Brahmaputra Basin in Assam (2021): pp-134-142; ISBN: 978 81 946922 01; Eastern Book House, Guwahati (Assam), India.
  3. Jitu Chutia and Devid Kardong: A Study on Edible Aquatic Macroinvertebrates of Poba Reserve Forest of Jonai, Assam. Glimpses of Biological Research in Upper Brahmaputra Basin in Assam (2021). pp: 169--177; ISBN: 978 81 946922 01; Eastern Book House, Guwahati (Assam), India
  4. Jyotish Sonowal, Jitu Chutia and Devid Kardong (2020): Morphometry and Allometry Analysis in the Dry Cell of Freshwater Bivalve Lamellidens Spp. from Upper Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, Demystifying Research in Applied StatisticsISBN 978-81-9292186-8-6; pp: 36-47; Dept. of Statistics, Dibrugarh University (Assam). 

Research Articles in Proceedings: BIODIVERSE PROCEEDING 2018

  1. Diversity, Distribution and Evaluation of Nutritive value of Freshwater Bivalve, Lamellidens sp. From Upper Brahmaputra Basin of Assam, India.  Abstract Code. PP-AQB002.   - Co-author 
  2. Diversity, Distribution and Conservation Status of Freshwater Mussel Genus Parreysia. Abstract Code. PP-AQB009.   - Co-author 

Courses Taken

  1. Biochemistry General and Special paper courses in the 1st semester classes.
  2. Generic Elective course and half paper of Biochemistry special paper in the 2nd semester.
  3. Animal Physiology in the 3rd Semester course.
  4. Supervising and evaluation of student's project research for partial fulfilment of M.Sc. degree in Life Sciences.
Profile

Profile

Education:

  1. Bachelor’s Degree: 1991
  2. Master’s Degree in Life Sciences (Zoology with specialization in Biochemistry ) Dibrugarh University : 1994

Ph.D. (2011): Studies on Microbiological and Biochemical aspects of Chaimod (PO:RO): A Traditional Alcoholic Beverage of Mishing Tribe of Assam.

 
Professional Experience:
  1. Served as founder lecturer in Silapathar Science College from 1996.
  2. Served as Principal i/c of Silapathar Sc. College, Dhemaji from 10/07/1998 till 16/02/2003
  3. Worked as Lecturer / Asst. Prof in the Dept. of Life Sciences in Dibrugarh University from 17th Feb., 2003- 26th July, 2016.
  4. Served as Editor of the Bulletin of Life Sciences (ISSN 0971-5746), Dibrugarh University for the Vol.XIX (March, 2013) and XX (March,2014).
  5. Working as Associate Professor in the Dept. of Life Sciences in Dibrugarh University from 27th July, 2016- till date.

Research Interest/ Specialization:

  1. Biochemistry, Microbiology, Freshwater mollusc diversity.

International Collaboration(s): International scientific cooperation between member of the Russian Academy of Science (RAS) Dr. I. N. Bolotov (Russia) and research team consists of Dr. D. Kardong and Dr. J. Sonowal, (India).

Research Projects (completed): As PI

  1. Isolation and Biochemical characterization of Potential Amylolytic and Alcohol producing Yeast strains from Yeast cake (EPOP) used in preparation of PO:RO (Saimod), a traditional alcoholic beverage of the Mising tribe of Assam, India. Minor research Project UGC’s maximum grant against minor.                                                      - Completed
  1. Studies on the diversity and nutritional Aspects of edible mollucs of upper Brahmaputra basin. Major research project Sanctioned by SERB, DST no. SERB/F/4578/2013-14 dated: 17/10/13                 - Completed

Research Projects (completed): As Co-PI

  1. NFDB funded Project, ''Germplasm Inventorization, Brood Stocking and Captive Breeding of Ornamental Fish Species of Upper Brahmaputra Basin'' (F.No. 1378/NFDB/DU-As/Aqua-Park/2012-13)                  -  Completed
  2. DBT Twinning Project, “An in-depth study of host-non-mulberry silkworm interaction with special reference to extra floral nectarines (EFN) and volatile organic chemical (VOC) of host plants and the silkworm’s adaptation to the host plant’s defense response”. (F No. DU/Dean/R&D/RP/DBT/DSB/2016/982-988).                           - Completed
  3. DBT (NER-BPMC) Project, “Drug discovery approaches for the effective control of tuberculosis – target based virtual Screening of Medicinal Plants.” INR Rs. 118.888 L                                     - Ongoing

Ph.D Scholars:

Sl. No.

Name

Topic

Status

(On-going/Completed/ Notification)

 1.

Miss Munmi Pujari

Study on the Distribution pattern, Nutritional value and Phylogeny of Freshwater Bivalve Parreysia favidens (Benson) from Dibrugarh district

Completed

No. DU/RG/Ph.D./04/2020/3791

Dated: 29/04/2020

 2.

Sri Jyotish Sonowal

Studies on Diversity of Freshwater Mollusc Lamellidense (Bivalvia: Unionidae) From Upper Assam, India with Special Reference to Their Nutritional Significance

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./01/2021/4235

Dated: 01/02/2021

 3.

Sri Sosanka Protim Sandilya

Study on rhizobacteria of Ricinus communis L. and development of integrated Nutrient Management (INM) package with special reference to biofertilizer.

Completed

No. DU/RG/Ph.D./11/18/3028

Dated: 03/12/2018

 4.

Miss Pinky Moni Bhuyan

Study on the gut bacteria of Antheraea assamensis Helfer with special reference to formulation of microbial consortium to enhance the silk productivity

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./03/2021/4331

Dated:01/04/2021

 5.

Syeda Sabiha Salam

Screening and In Silico Validation of Antimalarial Activity of Few Traditionally Important Plant Derived Compounds.

Completed

DU/RG/Ph.D./10/2021/4686

Dated:01/11/2021

 6.

Bhaba Kumar Pegu

Studies on Naringinase Producing Microorganisms from the Soil of Dibrugarh District, Assam and Characterization of Purified Rhamnosidase

Abstract submitted

 7.

Jitu Chutia

Studies on Edible Aquatic Macro-invertebrates of Poba Reserve Forest, with Special reference to their Nutritional value.

Degree awarded

 

Administrative Assignments:

  1. As Warden of Boys hostel MAHCN, D.U. from 2008-2011.
  2. Programme coordinator, NSS Cell, Dibrugarh University from 2014 - till date
  3. Member of the Dibrugarh University Sports Board- till date
  4. Member of the Dibrugarh University Sports Advisory Committee- till date
  5. Member of the Dibrugarh University Anti Ragging Squad. 
  6. Head, Dept. of Life Sciences from 1st July, 2018- 30th July, 2021.
  7. As Chairperson of Equal Opprtunity Cell of Dibrugarh University form ---------continued.
  8. As member SC/ST Committee of Dibrugarh University from ------------ continued.

Extension Service:

  • Conducting various awareness campaigns on Swacch Bharat programmes, Tobacco control, Plantation programs, Heath and hygiene awaness Digital India programmes, Blood donation camps etc. through NSS activities in various places under the Dibrugarh University Jurisdiction.
  • Member of various committees for organizing/ conducting events in the University campus.
  • Working as Genereal Secretary of Dibrugarh University Alumni Association
  • Working as President of College and University Mising Teacher's Association.
Publications

Publications

 

Research paper published:

  1. J. Chutia and D. Kardong: Current Status and Seasonal Distribution of Malacofaunal Assemblage in Poba Reserve Forest in Relation to Certain Physico-chemical Parameters. Asian J. Biol. and Life Sc., (2021). Vol. 10 (1):93-100 DOI: 10.5530/ajbls.2021.10.15.
  2. J. Sonowal, M. Puzari & D. Kardong: Diversity of freshwater molluscs from the upper Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, Indian J. of Threat. Taxa. (2021); Vol. 13 (5). 18237–18246; DOI: 10.11609/jot.7144.13.5.18237-18246.
  3. Jyotish Sonowal, Pankaj Chetia & Devid Kardong: Phylogenetic analysis of Indian freshwater pond mussels Lamellidens corrianus and L. phenchooganjensis (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from the upper Brahmaputra Basin of Assam, India:   Biosc., Biotech. Res. Asia (2021); Vol. 18(1). 197-206.
  4. J. Chutia, J. Sonowal, B. K. Pegu and D. Kardong: Evaluation of proximate and heavy metals in twelve edible freshwater macroinvertebrates of Poba reserve Forest Assam, India. Biosci. Biotech. Res. Asia. (2021); Vol. 17(4).819-829.
  5. B.K. Pegu, D. Kardong, P. Chetia, J. Chutia and D.K. Gogoi. Isolation and characterization of α-L-Rhamnosidase producing bacterium, Agrococcus sp. BKD37, from a warehouse soil and partial optimization of its culture conditions. Appl.Biol. Res. (2020); Vol. 22(3). 203-214.
  6. J. Sonowal and D. Kardong: Nutritional evaluation of freshwater bivalve, Lamellidens spp. from the upper Brahmaputra basin, Assam with special reference to dietary essential amino acids, omega fatty acids and minerals. J. Env. Biol. (2020); Vol. 41(4). 931-941.
  7. J. Sonowal* & D. Kardong: Assessment on diversity, distribution and conservation status of Indian freshwater pond mussel Lamellidens spp. from upper Brahmaputra basin of Assam. Asian. J. of Con. Biol., (2020). Vol. 9 No. 1, pp. 123-129; (ISSN 2278-7666).
  8. K. Phukan and D. Kardong: Isolation of naringinase producing soil bacteria from Psidium guajava L. and Terminalia chebula Retz and its enzymatic activity. AIMS Mol. Sci., (2020); 7(3): 292–304.
  9. D. Kardong and A. Konwer: ASSESSMENT OF ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY IN THE FRESH JUICE AND THE BREW FERMENTED FROM Syzygium cumini (L.) FRUIT. Curr. Trends in Pharm. Res. (2019); Vol 7 (1).
  10. Syeda S. Salam*, P. Chetia and D. Kardong: In silico Docking, ADMET and QSAR study of few antimalarial phytoconstituents as inhibitors of Plasmepsin II of P. falciparum against malaria. Curr. Drug Therapy 14. (2019); DOI: 10.2174/1574885514666190923112738
  11. B.K. Pegu*, J. Chutia, D. Kardong and D .K Gogoi: Optimization of environmental parameters for enhancement of naringinase production of Bacillus cereus-K1 a bacterial strain. Int. J. of Adv. Scientific. Res. and Management. (2019); Vol. 4 (7).
  12. P.M. Bhuyan, S. P. Sandilya, P.K. Nath, S. Gandotra, S. Subramanian, D. Kardong, D. K. Gogoi,*: Optimization and characterization of extracellular cellulase produced by Bacillus pumilus MGB05 isolated from midgut of muga silkworm (Antheraea assamensis Helfer). J. of Asia-Pacific Entomol. (2018). Vol. 21: 1171-1181.
  13. S. P. Sandilya, P. M. Bhuyan, V. Nageshappa, D. K. Gogoi* and D. Kardong: Impact of Pseudomonas aeruginosa MAJ PIA03 affecting the growth and phytonutrient production of castor, a primary host-plant of Samia riciniJ. of Soil Sc. and Plant Nutrition, (2017) Vol. 17 (2): 499-515.
  14. D. Kardong*, B. K. Pegu and B. Ghose Guha: EVALUATION OF EFFICACY OF THE MICROBIAL CONSORTIUM FOR FERMENTATION OF ALCOHOLIC RICE BEVERAGE AMONGST MISING TRIBE OF ASSAM, INDIA. Curr. Trends in Pharm. Res. (2017); Vol 4 (2): 6-17 ISSN: 2310-4820.
  15. S. P. Sandilya, P.M. Bhuyan, D. K. Gogoi and D. Kardong:  Phosphorus Solubilization and Plant Growth Promotion Ability of Rhizobacteria of R. communis L Growing in Assam, India. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci., India, Sect. B Biol. Sci. (2016); DOI 10.1007/s40011-016-0833-9.
  16. J. Baruah, G. Borah and D. Kardong:  Ni(II), Cu(II) and Pd(II) Complexes of Anisaldehyde-4-phenyl-thiosemicarbazone: Synthesis, Spectral Characterization and Biological Study. Asian J. of Chem. (2016); Vol. 28 (11): 2446-2452.
  17. A. Phukan, B. Chetia, J. G. Handique, D. Kardong: Antimicrobial, Antioxidant Activities and RP-HPLC Analysis of Three Edible Medicinal Plants Olax acuminata, Gnetum gnemon and Rhaphidophora hongkongensisNatl. Acad. Sci. Lett. (2016); DOI 10.1007/s40009-016-0422-8.
  18. J. Baruah, G. Borah and D. Kardong: Ni(II), Cu(II) and Pd(II) Complexes of Anisaldehyde-4-phenyl-thiosemicarbazone: Synthesis, Spectral Characterization and Biological Study. Asian J. of Chem. (2016); Vol. 18(11): 2446-2452.
  19. D. Kardong, M. Pujari and J. Sonowal: DIVERSITY OF FRESHWATER MOLLUSC IN MAGURI BEEL -A FLOODPLAIN WETLAND OF TINSUKIA DISTRICT IN ASSAM, INDIA. Int. J. of Curr. Res. (2016); Vol. 8, ( 4): pp.29169-29176.
  20. G. Borah, J. Baruah and D. Kardong: Co(II), Ni(II), Cu(I) and Pd(II) complexes of p-anisaldene-thiosemicarbazone. Indian J. Chem. (2014); Vol. 53A: 1520-1525.
  21. A. Phukan, R. Borgohain, P. Chutia, E. Saikia, D. Kardong and B. Chetia: Phytochemical and Antimicrobial Activity of Some Medicinal Plants of North East India. Asian J. Chem. (2014); Vol. 26 (12),, 0000-0000.
  22. D. Kardong, B. Purkayastha, S. Upadhyaya and J. Chetia: Antioxidant, Antibacterial and Hepatoprotective Activities of Cissus rependa Vahl (Nol-tenga) on Carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) Induced Liver Damage in Bird Columba livia. Asian. J. of Pharm. Clin. Res. (2014); Vol. 7(2):48-52. ISSN: 0974-2441.
  23. A.K. Verma, P. Nath, S.B. Prasad, D. Kardong, J. Arjun, D. Kashyap and R. Chillawar: Homology Modeling and characterization of Phosphoenolpyruvate Carboxykinase (PEPCK) from Schistosoma japonica (Nov-Dec. 2013): IOSR J. of Pharm. and Biol. Sc. (IOSR-JPBS) (2013); Vol. 8 (5): 82-93. (eISSN: 2319-7676)
  24. D. Kardong, A.K. Verma, S. Upadhyaya and D. Borah:  Phytochemical and Cytotoxic property of wild Sarchoclamys pulcherrima Goud from Assam, North Eastern India. (2013): Int. J. of Pharm. and Pharmaceutical Sc. 5(4): 394-397. ISSN- 0975-1491.
  25. P. Iraqui, D. Borah, D. Kardong and R.N.S. Yadav: Qualitative and Quantitative Screening of Phytochemicals of Meliosomma pinnata (Dermi), A Forest Based Vegetable Plant Traditionally Used by Mishing Community of Assam, India. Academic Sciences; Int. J. of Pharm. and Pharmaceutical Sc. (2013). Vol. 5(2): 200-203. ISSN- 0975-1491.
  26. D. Kardong. Checklist, utility and status of molluscan fauna of Lesia beel in Dhemaji district, Assam. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XIX (2012): pp. 49-58. ISSN 0971-5746.
  27. J. Baruah, D. Kardong and G. Borah: Characterization and Antibacterial study of synthetic benzil bis (thiosemicarbazone) and its Palladium complex. Bull. Life Sc., Vol. XIX (2012): pp 03-12. ISSN 0971-5746.
  28. D. Kardong, S. Upadhyaya and L.R. Saikia: Screening of phytochemicals, antioxidant and antibacterial activity in crude extract of Pteridium aquilinum Kuhn. J. of Pharm. Res. (2013). J. of Pharm. Res. Vol. 6; 179-182.
  29. D. Kardong, K. Deori, K. Sood, R.N.S. Yadav, T.C. Bora and B.K. Gogoi:  Evaluation of Nutritional and Biochemical aspects of Po:ro apong (Saimod)- A homemade alcoholic rice beverage of Mising tribe of Assam, India.” Ind. J. Trad. Know, (2012); Vol. 11(3):pp. 499-504.. ISSN-0972-5938
  30. D. Kardong, M. Changmai, R.N.S. Yadav: Biochemical response to artificially induced rot disease (Flacherie) in various tissues of Eri silk worm (Samia ricini Boised).” Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVII (2011): pp. 16-26. ISSN NO. 0971-5746
  31. D. Kardong: Studies on the Changes of certain Parameters during fermentation of Saimod using Epop:  The Traditional Starter for Preparation of Alcoholic beverage by Mishing Tribe of Assam, India. J. of Assam Sc. Soc., (2011); Vol. 52(2): pp. 1-6. ISSN NO. 0587-1921.
  32. M. Borkataky, K. Sood, D. Kardong, B. B. Kakoty and L. R. Saikia: “Antibacterial activity and Phytochemical Analysis of Two folklore Medicinal Plants of North East India.” Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVI (2011). 73-80. ISSN 0971-5746.
  33. D. Kardong, K. Sood, R.N.S. Yadav and T. C. Bora. Amylolytic activity of mold isolated from Epop used by the Mising tribe of Assam, India in preparation of alcoholic Rice beer. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XVI (2011). 92-101. ISSN 0971-5746.
  34. M. Gogoi, S. Upadhyaya, M. Borkataky, D. Kardong, L.R. Saikia and R. Samanta: Use of Indigenous Plants in Traditional Health Care System by Mising Tribe of Upper Assam. SIBCOLTEJO, Vol. 05 (2010): 92-101. (ISSN: 0975-9867).
  35. D. Kardong, A.K. Verma, P. Gogoi, S. Singh, K. Gogoi, G. Bora and K. Sood: Endosulfan Induced Behavioral and Biochemical Changes in Air Breathing Fresh Water Teleost (C. Orientalis) in Tea Garden Localities of Upper Assam. Bull. Life Sc.; Vol. XV. 1-16 (2009). ISSN 0971-5746.
  36. D. Kardong, R. Gogoi, P. Barua, A. Bora, A. Dutta, A. Dutta, R. Rai and R.N. S. Yadav: Effect of starvation on the activity of Alanine Transaminase and Aspartate Transaminase in various tissues of bird (C. livia), Amphibia (Bufo sps.) and Teleost (H. fossilis).” Bull. Life Sc., vol. XIV, 105-109, (2008). ISSN 0971-5746.
  37. D. Kardong, S. Borah and R.N.S. Yadav: Biochemical and Haematological Responses to Starvation in Air-breathing Fresh water Teleost, H.fossilis (Bloch); J. Exp. Zoo. India Vol. 5:(2) PP. 195-199 (2002). ISSN No. 0972-0030.
  38. D. Kardong and R.N.S. Yadav: Effect of Cold Stress on the Protein content, Acid and Alkaline Phosphatase in the Liver and Muscle tissue of different vertebrates. Bull. Life Sc. Vol. X PP. 63-70 (2002). ISSN 0971-5746.

Book Chapters Published:

  1. Rupamoni Thakur, Aditya Gogoi and Devid Kardong (2021): Analyzing the Proteolytic and Anticoagulant Properties of Mesua ferrea leaf extract.  Research in Life Sciences: pp: 195-207. ISBN
  2. Jyotish Sonowal and Devid Kardong: Soleaia soleniformis (Benson, 1836): An Endemic Freshwater Mollusc of Assam. Glimpses of Biological Research in Upper Brahmaputra Basin in Assam (2021): pp-134-142; ISBN: 978 81 946922 01; Eastern Book House, Guwahati (Assam), India.
  3. Jitu Chutia and Devid Kardong: A Study on Edible Aquatic Macroinvertebrates of Poba Reserve Forest of Jonai, Assam. Glimpses of Biological Research in Upper Brahmaputra Basin in Assam (2021). pp: 169--177; ISBN: 978 81 946922 01; Eastern Book House, Guwahati (Assam), India
  4. Jyotish Sonowal, Jitu Chutia and Devid Kardong (2020): Morphometry and Allometry Analysis in the Dry Cell of Freshwater Bivalve Lamellidens Spp. from Upper Brahmaputra Basin, Assam, Demystifying Research in Applied StatisticsISBN 978-81-9292186-8-6; pp: 36-47; Dept. of Statistics, Dibrugarh University (Assam). 

Research Articles in Proceedings: BIODIVERSE PROCEEDING 2018

  1. Diversity, Distribution and Evaluation of Nutritive value of Freshwater Bivalve, Lamellidens sp. From Upper Brahmaputra Basin of Assam, India.  Abstract Code. PP-AQB002.   - Co-author 
  2. Diversity, Distribution and Conservation Status of Freshwater Mussel Genus Parreysia. Abstract Code. PP-AQB009.   - Co-author 
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