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About the Department

The Department of Bodo came into existence in 1994. As academic programme HS and UG course have been introduced since the inception of the department. Sri Birupaksha Giri Basumatary is the founder teacher of the department. The PG course in Bodo has been introduced in 2018. The Department looks forward to the interdisciplinary concept of teaching which is focused in the course curriculum. Respect to own identity, culture, language and literature; the global perspective is the basic motto of the course curriculum. The Department has an effort to establish the centre for ethnic studies in the near future. The vision and mission will be an impetus to the teaching-learning and research activities.

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Recent Publications

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Folkloristic and Sociological Significance of the Cultural Terminology of the Bodos, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention , vol.10, [2021]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Changes in Bodo Society and Culture as reflected in selected short stories of Nilkamal Brahma, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention , vol.7, [2018]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, 12. Quest of Survival of Traditional Culture of the Boros in the Face of changing world , Review of Research , vol.6, [2017]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Modernity in Bodo Culture: A Text Oriented Analysis, International Journal of research in Humanities, Arts and Literature , vol.5, 1-6 , [2017]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Surname and Clan Identity in Boro Society: Sociological and Sociolinguistic View Point, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention , vol.6, 54-58 , [2017]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Bodonization of some Non-Bodo Words, Journal of Humanities and Social Science , vol.12, 42-44 , [2017]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Process of Negation in Boro and Rabha: A Typological Study, Review of Research , 95-101 , [2016]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, KINSHIP STRUCTURE AND RELATED TERMINOLOGY OF THE BOROS: DISCUSSION FROM SOCIOLOGICAL AND LINGUISTIC VIEW POINT, International Journal of English Language Literature and Humanities , vol.Vol. IV, 111-120 , [2016]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Linguistic Property of Ethno-plants in the context of Boro Society: A Survey from Linguistic View Point , Proceeding of the 2nd International Conference on arts and Humanities , vol.2, 8-16, [2015], DOI:10.17501

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, A Typological Study of words in Kokborok Language of Tripura, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention , 5-11, [2015]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Reception and Translation of Indian Literature into Boro and Its impact in the Boro Society, International Journal of research in Humanities, Arts and Literature , 53-58 , [2015]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, 1. Word Typology: Concerning the Rabha Language, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and literature , 149-158 , [2014]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Functional Representation of Nominal affixes in Rabha Language, Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science , 28-32 , [2014]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Survival of Boro Language, Ethnicity in the Face of various challenges in early period of the 20th Century, Review of Research , 1-3 , [2014]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Words of Human Body parts, Birds, Animals and other Insects used among the Boro, Garo, Rabha,Dimasa and Kokborok languages, Nepalese Linguistics, Nepal , 7-11 , [2014]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Common methods of Number Distinction in Boro and other Cognate Languages of North-East India, US-China Foreign Language , 191-195 , [2013]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Affinities in word Formation among the Bodo group of Languages, Language in India , 300-316 , [2013]

  • Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Reception of Assamese words into Boro: Morphological view point, International Journal of scientific research publications , 1-3 , [2013]

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Scholarly Resources

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