Dr. D. Majumdar

Professor, Department of Applied Geology
  • Phone No. - 09864230298
  • Department of Applied Geology
  • Designation - Professor

Profile

Specialization Ore Geology & Geochemistry

Contact

Phone No:

Mobile No:09864230298

E-mail:[email protected]


Research /Area of Interest

       Ore Geology & Geochemistry

Papers / Courses taught

       Economic Geology & Oil and Gas Field Development in M.Sc. & M. Tech.Course.

Publications

  1. Mineralogy and geochemistry of Barail clays, Naginimara, Nagaland-their role in the evaluation of source rock and environment. Journal of Ind. Assoc. of Sedimentologist, Vol.13, 1994, pp. 81-90
  2. Recognition of source rock composition of the Tiopam Sandstone of Naginimara (Nagaland)by heavy mineral association and petrography,  Journal of Ind. Assoc. of Sedimentologist, Vol.15(2), 1996, pp. 115-122.
  3. Some significant geochemical aspect of Timam clays of the Schuppen belt of Naginimara, Nagaland, Pub. By Cent. Of Adv. Study Geol., Punjab University, Chandigarh, Vol. 5(Ns), 1996, pp.47-52.
  4. Sedimentological studies on the Schuppen Belt around Naginimora-Kongan, Mon District, Nagaland, Geological Studies in the Eastern Himalayas, NE region and Indo-Barman Ranges, pp. 77-91.Ed. by Promod Kr. Verma, Pilgrims Book (P) Ltd., Delhi 1999.
  5. Geology and genesis of pyrite occurrences of Tyrssad area, Meghalaya, Indian Minerals, Vol. 53(3,4), Jul-Dec., 1999,pp.205-212.
  6. Geology and polymetallic sulphide mineralization in parts of Dizo Valley, Karbi Hills, Assam, Proc. Of the 47th annual technical session, Assam Science Society, 2002,pp 286-293.
  7. Dergaon Meteorite-a preliminary geochemical investigation, Asian Jour. Of  Chemistry, Vol. 16(1), 2004, pp. 393-398.
  8. Geochemistry and petrography of Kaziranga polyphase granitoids and their metallogeny, Jour. Of Applied Geochemistry, Vol. 8(1), 2006, pp. 25-36.
  9. Geological investigations on sulphides ore occurrences in magmatic complex, Mikir Hills, Assam, IGC, Bull, Vol. 1(2), 2007, pp. 7-20.
  10. Need to intensify basemetal Research Communication exploration activities in Mikir Hills, Northeast India, Current Science, Vol. 99(5), 2010
Research Projects Completed/ Ongoing
  1. UGC Funded Major Research Project of Rs. 2,93,060/- on ‚ÄúAn investigation of Cu-Fe sulphide occurrences in basic and acid intrusive of Karbi-Anglong and Nagogaon districts of Assam‚ÄĚ. Completed.
  2. Source rock potential of the Disang Shales occurring in parts of UGC, Major Research Tirap and Changlang districts of Rs. 10,89,800/-. Ongoing
  3. Basemetal occurrences in Kaziranga DST, Pilot project porphyry granitoids of Mikir Hills, Assam-its prospect examination of Rs. 2,19,000/-. Ongoing
Resent research activities are of two folds
  1. Source rock characterization of Disang Shales of Disang Group on regional basis. Assessment of Shale Oil/ Shale gas potential of Disang Shales.
  2. Assessment of sulphide ore potential and other resources in parts of Mikir Hills, Assam.
Profile

Profile

Specialization Ore Geology & Geochemistry

Contact

Phone No:

Mobile No:09864230298

E-mail:[email protected]


Research /Area of Interest

       Ore Geology & Geochemistry

Papers / Courses taught

       Economic Geology & Oil and Gas Field Development in M.Sc. & M. Tech.Course.

Publications

Publications

 

  1. Mineralogy and geochemistry of Barail clays, Naginimara, Nagaland-their role in the evaluation of source rock and environment. Journal of Ind. Assoc. of Sedimentologist, Vol.13, 1994, pp. 81-90
  2. Recognition of source rock composition of the Tiopam Sandstone of Naginimara (Nagaland)by heavy mineral association and petrography,  Journal of Ind. Assoc. of Sedimentologist, Vol.15(2), 1996, pp. 115-122.
  3. Some significant geochemical aspect of Timam clays of the Schuppen belt of Naginimara, Nagaland, Pub. By Cent. Of Adv. Study Geol., Punjab University, Chandigarh, Vol. 5(Ns), 1996, pp.47-52.
  4. Sedimentological studies on the Schuppen Belt around Naginimora-Kongan, Mon District, Nagaland, Geological Studies in the Eastern Himalayas, NE region and Indo-Barman Ranges, pp. 77-91.Ed. by Promod Kr. Verma, Pilgrims Book (P) Ltd., Delhi 1999.
  5. Geology and genesis of pyrite occurrences of Tyrssad area, Meghalaya, Indian Minerals, Vol. 53(3,4), Jul-Dec., 1999,pp.205-212.
  6. Geology and polymetallic sulphide mineralization in parts of Dizo Valley, Karbi Hills, Assam, Proc. Of the 47th annual technical session, Assam Science Society, 2002,pp 286-293.
  7. Dergaon Meteorite-a preliminary geochemical investigation, Asian Jour. Of  Chemistry, Vol. 16(1), 2004, pp. 393-398.
  8. Geochemistry and petrography of Kaziranga polyphase granitoids and their metallogeny, Jour. Of Applied Geochemistry, Vol. 8(1), 2006, pp. 25-36.
  9. Geological investigations on sulphides ore occurrences in magmatic complex, Mikir Hills, Assam, IGC, Bull, Vol. 1(2), 2007, pp. 7-20.
  10. Need to intensify basemetal Research Communication exploration activities in Mikir Hills, Northeast India, Current Science, Vol. 99(5), 2010
Research Projects Completed/ Ongoing
  1. UGC Funded Major Research Project of Rs. 2,93,060/- on ‚ÄúAn investigation of Cu-Fe sulphide occurrences in basic and acid intrusive of Karbi-Anglong and Nagogaon districts of Assam‚ÄĚ. Completed.
  2. Source rock potential of the Disang Shales occurring in parts of UGC, Major Research Tirap and Changlang districts of Rs. 10,89,800/-. Ongoing
  3. Basemetal occurrences in Kaziranga DST, Pilot project porphyry granitoids of Mikir Hills, Assam-its prospect examination of Rs. 2,19,000/-. Ongoing
Resent research activities are of two folds
  1. Source rock characterization of Disang Shales of Disang Group on regional basis. Assessment of Shale Oil/ Shale gas potential of Disang Shales.
  2. Assessment of sulphide ore potential and other resources in parts of Mikir Hills, Assam.
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