DR. TUNIRA BHADAURIA

Depatment  of  Zoology,Feroz Gandhi College RaeBareli

Mob. 09453022105

Email   tunira@gmail.com, Email                                                                            

tunira@indiatimes.com

 

1. Broad Subject                             Zoology

2. Area of Specialization              Ecology

iv. Qualification:                          MSc Zoology, PhD (Ecology)

v. Designation:                 Asst. Professor

vi. Address: Office:       Department of Zoology,                 Feroze Gandhi  College, Raebareli

Residence:                     293, Satya Nagar,  RaeBareli, U.P. 229001

 

Email/Phone:                             tunira@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Examination passed

 

 

Name of the Board/Univ

 

 

Marks/Div

 

Year of passing

 

Subjects

 

Ph.D

 

 

Do

 

Awarded

 

1989

 

Zoology (Ecology)

 

M.Sc

 

North Eastern Hill University. Shillong Meghalaya

 

61.2%       1st

 

1984

 

Zoology

 

Title of Ph.D Thesis: Ecology of Earthworms in atural ecosystems and Shifting agro ecosystems At Higher Elevations  Meghalaya North East India

SUPERVISOR:

Prof. P. S.RAMAKRISHAN, Professor Emerituss (UGC),

School of Environmental Sciences

Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi 110067

 


List Of Publications

1.       Pradeep Kumar, Bhadauria T, Mishra J (2015) Impact of application of insecticide quercetin/azadirachtin and chlorpyrifos on earthworm activities in experimental soils in Uttar Pradesh India. Science Postprint 1(2): e00044. doi:10.14340/spp.2015.02A0001. Natural Science, 2014, 6, 433-446

2.      Bhadauria, T 1) Tunira Bhadauria1*, Pradeep Kumar1, Rakesh Maikhuri2, Krishan Gopal Saxena3 (2014) Effect of Application of Vermicompost and Conventional Compost Derived from Different Residues on Pea Crop Production and Soil Faunal Diversity in Agricultural System in Garhwal HimalayasIndia. Natural Science, 6, 433-446. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/ns.2014.66042

3.       Pradip Kumar Bhadauria T, Mishra J Chaturvedi V.K  (2012)Earthworm species compsitiion and distribution in an agricultural landscape of raebareli district in UttarPradesh having intensive agricultural practices.Carmelight,9(2):1-14,2012

4.      Bhadauriaa, P. Kumara, R. Kumara, R.K. Maikhurib, K.S. Raoc, , K.G. Saxenad (2012 Earthworm populations in a traditional village landscape in Central Himalaya, India Applied Soil Ecology (53) 83– 93 Elsevier Science Publishers

5.      T. Bhadauria KG Saxena (2010) Role of earthworms in soil fertility maintenance through production of biogenic structure Applied and Environmental Soil Science
Volume  (2010), 1- 7 pages Hindawi Publishing Corporation

6.           Tunira Bhadauria , KG Saxena , Rohit Kumar, Pradeep Kumar (2009) Influence of land use land cover change on diversity of earthworms in Raebareli district of Indogangetic plains. Dynamic Soil, Dynamic Plant 3(2) 73-81 Global Books Publication 
7.           Bhaskar Sinha, Tunira Bhadauria , P.S.Ramakrishnan  K.G. Saxena , R.K. Maikhuri (2005) Impact of landscape modification on earthworm diversity in Hariyali Sacred landscape in Garhwal Himalayas India. Paedobiologia, 47, 357-370.Urban and Fischer Verlag

8.        Tunira Bhadauria & P.S.Ramakrishnan (2000) Study on diversity and distribution pattern of earthworms in the climax and degraded forest ecosystems in central Himalayas, India. Soil Biology & Biochemistry, 32, 2045-2054. Pergamon Press

9.      Tunira Bhadauria & P.S.Ramakrishnan & K.N.Srivastava (1997) Population dynamics of earthworms during crop rotation under rainfed agnculture in central Himalayas, India. Applied Soil Ecology, 6,205-215.Elsevier Science Publishers

10.   Tunira Bhadauriaa with C.Fragoso, G.G.Brown, J.C.Pattron, E.Blanchart, P.Lavelle, B.Pashnasi & B Senapati (1997) Agriculture Intensification, soil biodiversity and agroecosystem function in the tropics: The role of earthworms. Applied Soil Ecology 6: 17-35. Elsevier Science Publishers

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12.   Tunira Bhadauria & P.S. Ramakrishnan (1996) Role of earthworms in nitrogen cycling during the cropping phase of shifting agriculture (Jhum). Biology & Fertility of Soils 22: 350-354.Springer Publishers

 

13.   Tunira Bhadauria & P.S. Ramakrishnan (1991) Population dynamics of earthworms and their activity in forest eco-systems of north- east India. Journal of Tropical Ecology. 7: 305-318.Intecol Press U.K.

14.   Tunira Bhadauria & P.S. Ramakrishnan (1989) Earthworm population dynamics and contribution to nutrient cycling during cropping and fallow phases of shifting agriculture (Jhum) in north east India. Journal of Applied Ecology 26: 505-520.BlackWell Scientific Publication U.K

  Papers presented in Workshop/Seminars                                                               

1.           Tunira Bhadauria K. G. Saxena (2013) earthworm density and biomass in a traditionally managed village landscape in Garhwal Himalayas India In: Third National Symposium on Earthworm Ecology and Environment (NSEEE-III), Nov 9-11( 2012) ( Invited as a Resoource Person)

2.      Tunira Bhadauria, K.G. Saxena, Pradeep Kumar, Rohit Kumar and V.K. Chaturvedi (2011) Impact of traditional practices of litter removal from the forested ecosystems on soil faunal biodiversity in Central Himalaya. Recent Developments in Material Science Editor :Sheila Srivastava, Research India Press, 2011,  478 p

3.      Tunira Bhadauria and K. G. Saxena(2010) Effect of Rehabilitation of Degraded Agro Ecosystem as Well as Degraded Forested Ecosystem on Diversity of Soil Fauna International workshop  on Mountain Biodiversity: Conservation and Sustainable Utilization" Doon University, Dehradun 13-15 March 2010.

4.      Tunira Bhadauria and K. G. Saxena (2010) Impact of Changes in Land Use Pattern on Earthworm Diversity under Three Agra Ecoregions of Northern India
Soil Biota. Editor: P. Kathireswari 

5.   Tunira Bhadauria (2009) Importance of vermicomposting in an biological Waste Management. In: Advanced capacity building in Earthworm TaxonomyJanuary 12-14, 2009, School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. The Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute – South Asian Regional Network (TSBF –SARNET/ Global Environmental facility (GEF).

6. Tunira Bhadauria 2008 ‘Sampling techniques of Soil Macrofauna’ In: Training programmes on identification of earthworms August 8-10, 2008 , School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute – South Asian Regional Network (TSBF –SARNET/ Global Environmental facility (GEF).

7.      Tunira Bhadauria and  KG Saxena (2009) Influence of land scape modification on earthworm biodiversity in the garhwal region of Central Himalayas. In (eds) CA Edwards, R.Jeyaraaj and Indira A Jeyaraaj Proceedings Indo U.S workshop on Vermitechnology in Human Welfare 4th - 7th June 2007. Kongunadu Science and Arts College, Coimbatoor, India.

8. Tunira Bhadauria & K.G. Saxena (2008) Impact of changes in land use pattern on soil earthworm diversity under three agro ecoregions of North India .In: National Seminar Cum Workshop On Conservation and Inventerization of Soil Biota. Biota 2007. K.S.R College of Arts and Science.  Tiruchenegode Tamilnadu.

9.      Tunira Bhadauria & P.S. Ramakrishnan (2006) Impact of Land Conversion On Earthworm community Structure In: Varied Ecoregions of India. Ecological Process and Land Scape Management In India, TSBF (Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Programme) SARNET Kenya, 37-52.

 

10.   Tunira Bhadauria & K.G. Saxena (2007) Ecological assessment of soil sodic conditions and subsequent reclamation of degraded landscape on soil macrofauna diversity in Indogangetic Plains In: First National Symposium on Earthworm Ecology and Environment (NSEEE-1), 26-28 April 2007, Deptt. Of Animal Sciences, M.J.P.Rohilkhand University Bareilly. . (Invited as a resource person to present the paper).

11.   Tunira Bhadauria & K.G. Saxena (2007) Impact of forest linked crop livestock mixed farming practices on earthworm biodiversity in central Himalayas.In: Indo US Workshop on Vermitechnology In Human Welfare (Indo U.S. Vermitech) 4-7 June 2007, Kongunadu Arts and Science college, Coimbatoor Tamil Nadu. . (Invited as a resource person to present the paper).

12.   Tunira Bhadauria & P.S.Ramakrishnan (1997) Relationship between earthworms and. soil organic matter levels in the natural and shifting agriculture systems in north -east India. In: Proceeding SAARC countries conference (1991-92) Raebareli. Environment management in developing countries, Vol III Soil & Its Management

13.   B; P. Kothari, K. S. Rao, K. G. Saxena, & Tunira Bhadauria (1991) Institutional approaches in the development of water harvesting technology in the Himalayas. In: Proceeding European Conference “Advances In Water Resource Technology" Athens 20-23 March, 1991.

Institution

Designation

                Period

 

Nature of Duties

 

                                               

          From  

To

 

Feroze Gandhi Post Graduate Degree College Raebareli UP

 

Asst. Professor

Nov 2002 -

continuing

 

Teaching/ Research Post Graduate and under graduate level           

Feroze Gandhi Post Graduate Degree College Raebareli UP in collaboration with

School of Environ mental Sciences Jawahar Lal Nehru University New Delhi

Project Co-ordinator (Himalayan Chapter)

TSBF-CIAT ProjectT- CSM-BGBD)

 

.

  April- 2007

june 2010

Research on Conservation and sustainable management  of below ground biodiversity in natural and agricultural ecosystems of central himalayas

 School of Environmental Sciences J.N.U. New Delhi

2 Women             

Scientist

Aug.200-

March 2003

Rresearch

School of Environmental Sciences J.N.U. New Delhi

4.PoolOfficer

(C SIR)

March 1997

 

March

2000

Research/Teaching Post graduate Level

School of Environmental Sciences J.N.U. New Delhi

Research asscociate

March 1991

 

1996

Research/Teaching Post graduate Level

Job Experience

 

Research Projects Completed

1.       The effects of a biopesticideon the activity of earthworms in selected area soil of district Rae Bareli( UP)  vide letter no F-16-1763(SC)/2010(SAIII) 2010-2015

2.       A study of Conservation and Sustainable Management of Below-Ground Biodiversity in Garhwal Region of Central Himalayas: (TSBF –SARNET/ Global Environmental facility (GEF). Sponsored By Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Institute – South Asian Regional Network Supporting organization TSBF-CIAT Project No. GFL-2328-2715 (Rs14 Lakhs)

3.      Improvement of soil fertility status in the degraded abandoned agricultural terraces and denuded forest landscapes  through vermitechnology and traditional organic farming techniques in Garhwal Himalayas. (Sponsored By Tropical Soil Biology and fertility Institute of the international Centre For Tropical Agriculture TSBF-CIAT Nairobi Kenya .( Rs 12 Lakhs)

4.      Ecological Assessment Of Soil Sodic Condition And Subsequent Reclamation Of Degraded Landscape through biological and organic amendments (plant byproducts and compost) using soil macrofauna (Earthworms) as tools  In Indogangetic Plains.(Women Scientist- Department of Science And Technology Govt .Of India (DST) SRIWOS-AILS-1082/2003 (2004-March 2008).(Rs 10 Lakhs)

5.      Project on  Training The Farmers In Utilizing Integrated Soil Fertility Management Practices For Sustainable Development And For Improved Soil Productivity In Agro ecosystems,  Sponsored Indira Gandhi Krishi Udamita Vikas Sanshthan Allahabad Bank Raebareli.(2006-2007)( 1.5 Lakhs)

6.      Diversity and distribution pattern of earthworms and termites; their role in maintenance of soil fertility in the semi- arid India (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research Govt. Of India,(CSIR)-13(7155-A)-Pool, Dated 27/211997 New Delhi) (1997- 2001)(5 lakhs)

 

7.      Biological Maintenance of Soil Fertility in Central Himalayas: The Role of Earthworms, All India Coordinated Project On Biological Maintenance of Soil Fertility, Young Scientist award DST/SP/YS/CRV88 , by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India) (1991-93).(4 Lakhs)

8.      Ecology of Earthworms and Arthropods In Natural / Degraded Ecosystems And Agroecosystems and their role in soil fertility management .In Central Himalayan District of Almora (Council Of Scientific And Industrial Research Govt. Of India, 9/560/88/EMR-I, New Delhi) (1989-93)(5Lakhs)

9.      Role of Women in Maintenance of Health and Hygiene in Collaboration with Dr. Padma Vasudevan  Centre for Rural Development    I.I.T New Delhi  All India Co-ordinated project sponsored by Department of Science and Technology, Government of India(1990-91).(2 lakhs)

10.   Rain Water Harvesting Technologies For Sustainable Rural Development in Himalayas,G B Pant Institute Of Himalayan Environment and development Sponsored By Department of Science And Technology Govt .Of India(1990-1992).  (3Lakhs)

 

 

Details of  Conferences / Seminar /Workshops

. .

 

Year

Conferences / Seminar /Workshops attended

 

Title of paper presented

 ( 2012)

Third National Symposium on Earthworm Ecology and Environment (NSEEE-III),Agar tala Tripura  Nov 9-1(1nvited as a resource Person)

Earthworm density and biomass in a traditionally managed village landscape in Garhwal Himalayas India.

(2011)

Recent Developments in Material Science UGC sponsored Feroze Gandhi College, RaeBareli during 11-12 February, 2011.

Impact of traditional practices of litter removal from the forested ecosystems on soil faunal biodiversity in Central Himalaya.

2010

International workshop  on Mountain Biodiversity: Conservation and Sustainable Utilization" Doon University, Dehradun 13-15 March 2010. (1nvited as a resource Person)

Effect of Rehabilitation of Degraded Agro Ecosystem as Well as Degraded Forested Ecosystem on Diversity of Soil Fauna

(2009)

Advanced capacity building in Earthworm TaxonomyJanuary 12-14, 2009, School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. (TSBF –SARNET/ Global Environmental facility (GEF). (1nvited as a resource Person)

Importance of vermicomposting in an biological Waste Management

2008

Training programmes on identification of earthworms August 8-10, 2008 , School of Environmental Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. TSBF –SARNET/ Global Environmental facility (GEF) (1nvited as a resource Person)

Sampling techniques of Soil Macrofauna’

2007

National Seminar Cum Workshop On Conservation And Inventerisation Of Soil Biota KSR Tiruchenegode Tamilnadu(1nvited as a resource Person)

Impact of Changes in Land Use Pattern on Earthworm Diversity under Three Agro Ecoregions of Northern India

2007.

Indo U.S workshop on Vermitechnology in Human Welfare 4th - 7th June  Kongunadu Science and Arts College, Coimbatoor, India. (1nvited as a resource Person)

 

Influence of land scape modification on earthworm biodiversity in the garhwal region of Central Himalayas.

 (2007)

In: First National Symposium on Earthworm Ecology and Environment (NSEEE-1), 26-28 April 2007, Deptt. Of Animal Sciences, M.J.P.Rohilkhand University Bareilly(1nvited as a resource Person)

Ecological assessment of soil sodic conditions and subsequent reclamation of degraded landscape on soil macrofauna diversity in Indogangetic Plains

(2006)

Ecological Process and Land Scape Management In India, Tropical Soil Biology and Fertility Programme) SARNET  At  JNU New Delhi August 4-7. (1nvited as a resource Person)

Impact of Land Conversion On Earthworm community Structure in : varied ecoregions of India..

 

 

 

Work Experience

 

1)      Twelve Years (2002- continuing) of experience in teaching to Post Graduate and Under Graduate Degree Students M.Sc. (Zoology) courses in Environmental Conservation and Biodiversity, Natural Resource Management, Environmental Conservation, Community Ecology, Ecosystems Dynamics, Ecology And Sustainable Development ,Biostatistics Application in Ecology. Practical Exercises in Ecology.

2)      About 14 years of experience in Execution of National and International Research And Development Projects (Post PhD) related To Conservation and sustainable development of agroecosystems and degraded ecosystems,

3)      Restoration and Reclamation of Degraded Ecosystems using Biological and Organic Amendments in Semi Arid Region of Indogangetic plains.

4)      Natural Resource Management Techniques in Degraded ecosysyems, Natural ecosysyems and Agroecosystems Various Ecoregions of the Country;

5)      Reviewer and Examiner

1.      Appointment as member of Board of Examiners to Adjucate The Ph.D. thesis submitted to Bharatiar University  Coimbatoor 1)Vide Ref No COE/Ph.D/2007/19 dated 8.01.07 ; 2)Vide Ref No COE/Ph.D/2009/1082 dated 2.07.09 

2.      Technology imparted to, and adopted by Farmers For reclamation of sodic ecosystems using biological methodology in Raebareli District of Uttar Pradesh

 

3.      Involved as a Resource Person For Training The Farmers In Utilizing Integrated Soil Fertility Management Practices For Sustainable Development And For Improved Soil Productivity In Agro ecosystems, By Indira Ghandh Krishi Udamita Vikas Sanshthan at Allahabad Bank Raebareli.

4.      Vermicompost and Vermiculture Units set up in Villages Production of Biofertilizer And for Waste Recycling with the aim to conserve and manage degraded ecosystems through biological means in district Raebareli

 

Ø     On the panel of Reviewers for reviewing the manuscripts in Journals such as British Microbiology Research Journal, Journal Of Global Agriculture And Ecology, British Journal Of Applied Science And Technology,Journal Of Scientific Research And Report,International Journal Of Plant And Soil Science, European Journal Of Medicinal Plants, Journal Of Agriculture And Ecology Research International. -1) Current Science; 2)Applied and Environmental Soil Science (Hindawi Publications, Japan) 3) Dynamic Soil Dynamic Plant (Global Science Books United Kingdom)

Ø     Member  of the editorial board of  American Journal of Agriculture and Forestry.

Awards

1)         The Research Findings of the Women Scientist project has been identified as highlights of DST Research Scheme, To be Published as an article in Research Highlights of funded project by Department of Science And Technology 

2)         Department of Science And Technology  Women Scientist Award Vide Do. No India (DST) SRlWOS-AlLS-108212003 (2004-2007)

3)         Department of Science And Technology Young Scientist Award Vide Do. No SPNS/CRI/88 dated 1/511989 (1991-92).

4)         Won prizes in university Debate competition.

5)         Won prizes in university Extempore competition