Phukan Chandra Basumatary

Phukan Chandra Basumatary

Professor

Ph.D. : Gauhati University

Research Interests:

Tibeto-Burman Studies, Sociolinguistics, Literary Studies
Date of Joining : Mar 5, 2020

Phone: 9954123839
Email: pcbasumatary@cottonuniversity.ac.in

Phukan Chandra Basumatary CV    Vidwan Profile

About

Educational Qualifications:

1. M.A. from Gauhati University

2. M. Phil. & Ph. D from Gauhati University

Carrier Profile/Service

1. . Lecturer in Boro, Rangia College (1996- 2nd July 2013)

2.  Associate Professor in Bodoland University (3rd July 2013- April 2017)

3.  Professor in Boro, Bodoland University (Since 4th April 2017 - 4th February 2020)

4.   Professor in Boro, Cotton University (Since 5th March 2020)

 

 

Teaching

1. Teaching experience at Rangia College from 2nd December, 1993  to 2nd July, 2013

2. Teaching experience at Bodoland University from 3rd July,2013 to 4th March, 2020

3. At Cotton University since 5th March, 2020

Research Projects

1. Two (2) Minor Research Project have been completed under UGC. 

Research paper publications

2022

1. Phukan Ch. Basumaytary, A Structural Study on Traditional Knowledge System in Agricultural Festival Kati Gasa of the Bodos in Assam, The Journal of Oriental Research Madras, Vol. XCIII-I, Issue January MMXXII, 2022, ISSN 0022-3301, UGC care, Year 2022, vol. Vol. XCIII-I, 25-32, MMXXII, ISSN 0022-3301, 2022

2. Phukan Ch. Basumaytary, The Women Participation in Agriculture in the Bodo Society, Vol. XCIII-I, Issue January MMXXII, 2022, ISSN 0022-3301, The Journal of Oriental Research Madras , vol. Vol. XCIII-I, 33-43, MMXXII, 0022-3301, 2022

2021

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Folkloristic and Sociological Significance of the Cultural Terminology of the Bodos, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, vol. 10, ISSN 2319-7714 , 2021

2018

1. 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, ISSN 2319-7714, 2018

2017

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Quest of Survival of Traditional Culture of the Boros in the Face of changing world , Review of Research, vol. 6, ISSN 2249-894X, 2017

2. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Modernity in Bodo Culture: A Text Oriented Analysis, International Journal of research in Humanities, Arts and Literature, vol. 5, 1-6 , ISSN 2321-8878, 2017

3. 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 , ISSN 2319-7714, 2017

4. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Bodonization of some Non-Bodo Words, Journal of Humanities and Social Science, vol. 12, 42-44 , ISSN 2321-9467S, 2017

2016

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Process of Negation in Boro and Rabha: A Typological Study, Review of Research, 95-101 , ISSN 2249-894X, 2016

2. 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 , ISSN 2321-7065, 2016

2015

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, A Typological Study of words in Kokborok Language of Tripura, International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, vol. 4, 5-12, 4, ISSN 2319-771 4, 2015

2. 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 , ISSN 2347-4564, 2015

2014

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Word Typology: Concerning the Rabha Language, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and literature, vol. 2, 149-158 , 7, , ISSN 2347-4564, 2014

2. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Functional Representation of Nominal affixes in Rabha Language, Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science, 28-32 , ISSN 2321-9467, 2014

3. 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 , ISSN 2248-894X, 2014

4. 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 , ISSN 0259-1006 , 2014

2013

1. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Common methods of Number Distinction in Boro and other Cognate Languages of North-East India, US-China Foreign Language , 191-195 , ISSN 1539-8080, 2013

2. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Affinities in word Formation among the Bodo group of Languages, Language in India, 300-316 , ISSN 1930-2940, , 2013

3. Phukan Chandra Basumatary, Reception of Assamese words into Boro: Morphological view point, International Journal of scientific research publications, 1-3 , ISSN 2250-3153, 2013

Research paper publications till 2021

  1. Word Typology: Concerning the Rabha Language, pp. 149-158, published in  International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature, ISSN 2347-4564 (P) 2014
  2. Functional Representation of Nominal affixes in Rabha Language, pp. 28-32, published in Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science, ISSN 2321-9467, 2014
  3. Common methods of Number Distinction in Boro and other Cognate Languages of North-East India, pp. 191-195, published in US-China Foreign Language, ISSN 1539-8080 9 (2013)
  4. Survival of Boro Language, Ethnicity in the Face of various challenges in Early period of the 20th Century, pp. 1-3, published in Review of Research ,ISSN-2248-894X, 2014
  5. Affinities in word Formation among the Bodo group of Languages, pp. 300-316, published in Language in India, ISSN-1930-2940, 2013
  6. Reception of Assamese words into Boro: Morphological view point, pp. 1-3, published in International Journal of scientific research publications, ISSN- 2250-3153, 2013
  7. Words of Human Body parts, Birds, Animals and other Insects used among the Boro, Garo, Rabha,Dimasa and Kokborok Languages, pp. 7-11, published in Nepalese Linguistics, ISSN- 0259-1006, 2014
  8. Process of Negation in Boro and Rabha: A Typological Study, pp.95-101, published in Review of Research, ISSN-ISSN  2249-894X (P), 2016
  9. Changes In Bodo Society And Culture As Reflected In Selected Short Stories Of Nilkamal Brahma (A Text Oriented Analysis), published in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, ISSN- 2319 - 7722,ISSN (P), 2018
  10. Surname and Clan Identity in Boro Society: Sociological and Sociolinguistic view point, published in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, ISSN-2319 – 7722, ISSN (P), 2017
  11. Bodonization of Some Non-Bodo Words, pp:42-44, published in Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science, ISSN 2321-9467 (P), 2016
  12. Modernity in Bodo culture: A Text oriented Analysis, published in IMPACT: International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature, ISSN-ISSN (P): 2347-4564 (P), 2017
  13. Kinship Structure and Related Terminology of the Boros: Discussion from Sociological and Linguistic view point, pp. 108-116, published in International Journal of English Language Literature and Humanities, ISSN-ISSN 2321-7065 (P), 2016
  14. Reception and Translation of Indian Literature in to Boro and Its Impact in Boro society, Vol 3, Issue 12, published in International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature, ISSN-ISSN (P): 2347-4564 (P), 2012
  15. A Typological Study of words in Kokborok language of Tripura, published in Journal of Humanities and Social Science Invention, ISSN-2319 – 7722, ISSN (P), 2015
  16. Quest for Survival of traditional Culture of the Boros in the Face of Changing World, published in Review of Research, ISSN 2249-894X, Vol-6, Issue- 4, 2017
  17. A Structural Study on Traditional Knowledge System in Agricultural Festival Katigasa of the Bodos published in the Journal of Oriental Research Madras, ISSN 0022-3301, Vol. XCIII-I, January MMXXII, 2022, pp. 25-32
  18. The Women Participation in Agriculture in the Bodo Society published in the Journal of Oriental Research Madras, ISSN 0022-3301, Vol. XCIII-I, January MMXXII, 2022, pp. 33-43

Conference Proceedings

2015

1. 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, ISBN 2357-2744, 2015 DOI:10.17501

Conference Proceedings till 2021

1. Linguistic property of Ethno-Plants in the Context of Boro Society: A Survey from Linguistic View point, published in Conference proceeding of the International conference on Arts and Humanities, Vol 2, 2015, ISSN 2357-2744

Book publication relating subject/research concerned

  1. An Introduction to the Boro Language, Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2005,  ISBN 81-8324-085-2
  2. The Rabha Tribe of North East Bengal and Bangladesh, Mittal Publications, New Delhi, 2010, ISBN 81-8324-330-4
  3. Boro and Rabha: Two Tibeto-Burman Languages of North East India, Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany, 2014, ISBN-978-3-8465-8688-4
  4. Monograph of the Boros, Lakshi Publishers, New Delhi, 2017, ISBN 978-93-82120-98-8
  5. Boro Raoni Sinaithi (Introduction of the Boro Language), ISBN 978-81-956540-5-5, 2022, Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  6. Gwdan Boro Swdwbbihung (Modern Boro Dictionary), ISBN 978-81-956540-8-6, 2023, Nilima Prakashani, Barama

 

Chapters/Articles publications in Books (Research Oriented)

  1. Traditional Musical Instruments of the Boros and Measures for safeguarding in the Face of Globalisation, pp. 25-34, published in the anthology Studies in Globalisation and Tribal Life in India, ed. By Sangita Kakati, published by Lakshi Publishers, New Delhi, 2015, ISBN 978-93-82120-59-9
  2. Bathou as an Ethnic Religion: Archetype of religious Practice and Tradition of the Boros, pp.65-73, published in the anthology  ‘North-East India Past and Present’ edited by Oninam Ranjit Singh, 2016, 978-93-81563-73-1
  3. Feminism in Bodo Literature: An Outline, pp. 175-180, published in the anthology  A Glimpse of Language &Culture of North East India, ed. by Umesh Deka, published by Chandra Prakash, Guwahati, 2012, ISBN 978-93-244-0269-1
  4. Linguistic Introduction to Dimasa Language (in Ass.),pp. 154-159, published in Axamiya Aru Axamar Bhasa, 2010, ISBN978-93-80454-30-6, Aak-Baak, Guwahati
  5. Linguistic Analysis of the Boro Language (in Ass.), pp. 108-121,  published in Axamiya Aru Axamar Bhasa, 2010, ISBN978-93-80454-30-6, Aak-Baak, Guwahati
  6. Regional Dialect of Rangia (in Ass.),pp. 122-128, published in the anthilogy  Asamiya Bhasar Upabhasa, 2007, ISBN81-86416-60-9, By Gauhati University
  7. Myths extant among the Boros and the Rabhas (in Hindi), pp. 31-57, published in the anthology Adavasi Lok, ed.by Ramnika Gupta, New Delhi, 2006, ISBN 8187302-85-2, Published by Silpayana, New Delhi
  8. Reflection of Folklore and Folklife of the Boros in Verse Narratives, published in the anthology Adavasi Lok, ed.by Ramnika Gupta, New Delhi, 2006, ISBN 8187302-85-2, Published by Silpayana, New Delhi
  9. Morphology of Boro Language,pp289-300 published in the anthology Utter Banger Bhasa, ed.by Ratan Biswas, published by Boiwala, Kolkata, 2004, 81-89115-04-9
  10. Traditional Knowledge and floral design in Costume of the Boros: Code of Ethnic Identity, published by  Global Publishing House, Visakhapatnam, 2018, ISNB 978-93-81563-93-9
  11. Boro Bhasa, published in the anthology ‘Bharitya Bhasha’ published by  Vani Prakashan, New Delhi, 2017, ISBN 978-93-5229-677-4
  12. Acceptance of Srimanta Sankardeva in Boro Society and literature, pp 202-210, published in the anthology titled Sarvagunakar (epitome of all virtues) ed. by Sangita Saikia and Bibekananda Choudhury published by BNit Book Builders, Guwahati, 2020, ISBN 978-93-89697-02-5
  13. Quest of Survival and Language Vitality of the Boros published in the anthology entitled Ethnic Languages and Literatures of the North East India- Problems and Prospects ed. by Prof. Arpana Konwar, published by Dept. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University, Sept. 2020, ISBN 978-81-947995-8-0
  14. A Chapter entitled Boro Sakalar Bwisagu published in the Text Book of HS 1st Year published by Assam Higher Secondary Education Council, Guwahati, 2020

 

Book publication other than subject concerned

  1. Axamiya Aru Axamar Bhasa (edited), 1010, ISBN 97893-80-45430-6, Aak-Baak, Guwahati
  2. Nwiji Jwuthaini Boro Khonthai (20th Century Boro Poetry), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  3. Boro Raoni Mohorkhanthi (Morphology of Boro Language), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  4. Raobigianni Phora (Text Book of Linguistics), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  5. Boro Khonthaini Khobam, Gohena Arw Bidwi (Verse, Figure of Speech and Sentiments of the Bodo Poetry), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  6. Raosa Santhwu Arw Boro Raosa (Dialectology and Boro Dialects), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  7. Dwngnwisw Raithai (an anthology of articles), Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  8. Akhai Athumniphrai (From the Fist of Hand), 2015, Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  9. Ang Arw Angni Pralap (Me and My ravings), 2021, Nilima Prakashani, Barama
  10. Phuthli Haba, Nilima Prakashani

Awards

1. Sahitya Akademi Literary Award, 2019

2. Swameswari Brahma Literary Award, 2017

Other Informations

            Awards and Distinctions:

  1. Sameswari Literary Award, 2017 presented by Bodo Sahitya Sabha
  2. Sahitya Akademi Literary Award, 2019 presented by Central Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi

Association with Professional Bodies:

  1. Member of Research Board of advisor of American Bibliographical Institute
  2. Life member of Bodo Sahitya Sabha
  3. Member of BOS of Assamese Language Unit, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan
  4. Member of BOS of Bodo, Dibrugarh University
  5. Member of BOS of Bodo, GU

            Seminar / Conference:

  1. UGC Sponsored National Seminar “Quest for Survival of Linguistic Identity of the Bodos” organised by Dept. of Assamese, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh held on 27th &28th March 2018
  2. National Seminar on Endangered Ethnic Cultures and languages in North East India, “Cultural Heritage of the Bodos: Threat and Challenges for survival” organised by Institute of Tai Studies and Research, Moranhat, Assam held on 17th -18th  December 2016
  3. National Seminar “Translation and Reception of Indian Literature: Its Role in National Culture” organised by Assamese Language Unit, Visva Bharati & Central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore held on 26th -27th  February 2015
  4. National Seminar on Srimanta Sankardeva and His Times, “Reception of Srimanta Sankardeva in Boro Literature and Culture” organised by Assamese Language Unit, Visva-Bharati, Santiniketan with financial assistance of Govt of Assam held on 9th -10th  February 2018
  5. National Seminar on “Importance of Language in Restructuring of Society in the Northeastern States of India” organised by North Eastern Regional Language Centre, CIIL in collaboration with Dept of English, Silapathar College, Assam,  25th – 26th  November 2006
  6. National Seminar on “Stylistics and Bodo Fiction” organised by Dept of Bodo, GU & Sahitya Akademi, Kolkata held at Dept. of Bodo, GU held on  27th August 2016
  7. National Symposium “Social Realities as Reflected in Bodo Literature Through the Age”, organised by Sahitya Akademi, Kolkata held at Gauhati University, 17th October 2012
  8. National Symposium “Survival of Indian Languages in the face of Various Challenges” organised by Sahitya Akademi, Kolkata held at Ranchi, 26th -27th  November 2012
  9. National Seminar on “Non-Fictional Prose of Bodo Literature: Its Past, Present and Future” organised by Sahitya Akademi & Bodo Sahitya Sabha held at Dudhnoi College, Assam, 25th September 2015
  10. National Symposium on “North Eastern Literature Today” organised by Sahitya Akademi, New Delhi & West Zone Cultural centre, Udaipur held at Maharshi Dayananda Saraswati University, Ajmer held on 23rd September 2016
  11.  National Symposium on Literary Criticism in Bodo Literature and Status of Bodo Children Literature” organised by Sahitya Akademi & Bodo Sahitya Sabha held at Guwahati, 16th December 2014
  12. National Seminar “Recent Trends in Tribal Literature of North East India” organised by Sahitya Akademi & Dept of Garo and English, held at Tura Campus (NEHU), 28th Feb- 1st  March 2017
  13. National Seminar on “Women Reflection in Bodo Oral and Written Literature” organised by Dept. of Bodo, GU & central Institute of Indian Languages, Mysore held at Dept. of Bodo, GU, 12th -13th  February 2011
  14. National Seminar on “Contribution of Hindi Language in Development of Boro Language and Literature” organised by Jointly organized by Dept. of Hindi, Bodo of GU & Kendriya Hindi Sangsthan, Guwahati, Dimaphur, Shillong held at GU, 26th – 27th  March 2012
  15. International Conference on “Functional Representation of Nominal Affixes of the Rabha language” organised by The Sino-Tibetan Research Institute of Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, China, 17th to 19th October 2014
  16. International Conference of LSN on “Word Typology: Concerning the Rabha Language” organised by Linguistic Society of Nepal, Kathmandu, 26th – 27th  November 2013
  17. 5th Himalayan International Seminar on “Traditional Musical Instruments of the Bodos: Tradition and Continuity” organised by Himalayan Heritage Research and Development Society, Sikkim in collaboration with Nehru-Wangchuck Cultural Centre, Thimphu (Bhutan), 27th – 28th  April 2014
  18. 2nd International Conference on Arts and Humanities on “Linguistic Property in connection with Ethno-Plants used in Boro Society: A Survey from Linguistic View Point” organised by The International Institute of Knowledge Management, Colombo (Sri Lanka) , 20th  - 22th    July 2015
  19. 45th International Conference of Sino-Tibetan Language and Linguistics on “Common Methods of Number Distinction in Boro and Other Cognate languages of North east India” organised by International Conference of Sino-Tibetan Language and Linguistics, Singapore, Nanyang Technological University held on 25th – 28th  October 2012

            Visiting Lectures / Invited Lectures / Resource Person:

  1. Lecture on Bodo Language, Literature, Linguistics”, Centre for Studies in Languages (Bodo), Dibrugarh University, Assam, 29th October to 4th November 2018
  2. Lecture on Bodo Language, Literature and  Linguistics, Centre for Studies in Languages (Bodo), Dibrugarh University, Assam, 26th  March to 29th  March 2018
  3. Invited lecture on “Introduction to Sino-Tibetan Language Family (with special reference to Bodo Group of Languages”, Dept. of Assamese, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Assam, 28th  Feb 2019
  4. Lecture on “On Sino-Tibetan Languages”, Dept. of Assamese, Bodoland University, Kokrajhar, Since 27th Feb 2019
  5. Resource Person,  Axamiya Aru Boro Bhasar Rupatattik Upadan: Parasparik Prabhap, 25th Refreshers’ Course in Assamese, Academic Staff College, GU, 25th October 2011
  6. Resource Person, Comparative Study on Language from theoretical perspective (7th Feb 2014), Comparative study on Cognate languages of the Boros (7th Feb 2014) and  Influence of others languages on Bodo poetry- 2 lectures (8th Feb 2014) , Refreshers’ Course in Bodo-III, Academic Staff College, 7th Feb & 8th Feb 2014
  7. Lecture as Resource Person on Bodo Language,  Department of Assamese, Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University, Nalbari, 20th May, 2019
  8. Lecture on Bodo Language, Department  of Assamese, Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University, Nalbari, 21th May, 2018

         Workshop:

  1. National workshop on Translation, National Book Trust, New Delhi held at Gangtok, 1st – 7th  November 2000
  2. National workshop on Linguistic Dictionary in Bodo, Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, New Delhi held at New Dehli (Bodoland House), 16th -25th  July 2013
  3. National workshop on Linguistic Dictionary in Bodo, Commission for Scientific and Technical Terminology, New Delhi held at New Dehli (Bodoland House) 2nd Phase workshop, 24th  -30th  July 2014
  4. Workshop on “Preparation of Bodo Grammar”, CIIL, Mysore, 9th July to 18th July 2007
  5. Workshop on “Preparation of Pictorial Glossary” CIIL, Mysore, 5th March to 14th March 2007
  6. Three day workshop on Workshop for Chungking of Indian Languages, Linguistic data Consortium for Indian Languages, CIIL, Mysore, 28-30 December 2015
  7. Workshop on Preparation of Assamese-English-Boro Dictionary, CIIL ,Mysore, 2nd October to 9th November 1999
  8. Workshop on Preparation of Standard Boro Grammar, CIIL, Mysore, 10th - 16th  Feb 2010
  9. Workshop on Preparation of Intensive Course Materials in Bodo Language, NERO (CIIL), 6th – 20th  March 2006

    Paper Presented in International Conference and Seminars:

  1. Presented paper on “Common Methods of Number Distinction in Boro and other cognate Languages of North East India” in the International Conference of Sino-Tibetan Language and Linguistics held in Singapore organized by Nanyang Technological University from 24th Oct. to 27th Oct, 2012.
  2. Presented paper on “Word Typology: Concerning the Rabha Language” in the International Seminar organized by the Linguistic Society of Nepal held on 26th & 27th November, 2013 in Kathmandu.
  3. Paper presented on “Traditional Musical Instruments of the Boro: Tradition and Continuity” in the 5th Himalayan International Seminar at Thimphu, Bhutan held from 27-28 April 2014 organized by Himalayan Heritage Research & Development Society, Sikkim and Nehru Wangchuk Cultural centre, Bhutan.
  4. Presented paper in the 47th International Sino-Tibetan language and Linguistics Conference on ‘Functional representation of affixes of the Rabha Language: Typological view point’ held from 17th -19th October, 2014 in Yunnan Normal University, Kunming, Yunnan, China.
  5. Presented paper in the International seminar on the topic “Linguistic property in connection with Ethno-Plants used in Boro Society: A Survey from Linguistic view point” organized by  International Institute of Knowledge Management, Sri Lanka held on 20-22 July 2015 in Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Invited Lecture

1. Mutual Impact in Boro and Assamese Language
Institute : Academic Staff College
Place : Gauhati University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2022-03-15

2. Structure of Boro Language 
Institute : Academic Staff College
Place : Gauhati University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2014-02-07

3. On Tibeto-Burman Language and Linguistics
Institute : Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University
Place : Nalbari
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2018-05-21 to 2018-05-21

4. Introduction to Tibeto-Burman Languages  
Institute : Department of Assamese, BU
Place : Bodoland University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2019-03-03

5. Lecture delivered in the PG 2nd and PG 4th Semester Programme 
Institute : Centre for Studies in Languages
Place : Dibrugarh University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2018-03-26 to 2018-03-26

6. Lecture delivered in PG 2nd and 4th Semester Programme 
Institute : Centre for Studies in Languages
Place : Dibrugarh University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2018-10-29 to 2018-10-29

7. On Tibeto-Burman Language and its structure in the Context of Boro language 
Institute : Kumar Bhaskar Varma Sanskrit and Ancient Studies University
Place : Nalbari
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 2019-05-20

8. Common Features of the Cognate Languages of Bodo Group of Languages
Institute : Academic Staff College, Gauhati University
Place : Gauhati University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 18-11-22 to 18-11-22

9. Trends of Religious Literature in Bodo: A Historical Perspective
Institute : Academic Staff College, Gauhati University
Place : Gauhati University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 09-11-22 to 09-11-22

10. Lecture delivered on the topic Mutual Translation in Boro and Assamese: Social and Cultural Functions
Institute : Academic Staff College, Gauhati University
Place : Gauhati University
Type of Conference : National
Date of Conference : 11-02-23 to 11-02-23

Refresher Course in Bodo

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Refreshers Course in Assamese

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