Department of Environmental Science(EVS):

Brief Profile of the Department

The Department of Environmental Science was established in the year 2014. The department is interdisciplinary in nature and course structure is based on knowledge of environmental degradation, analytical and restoration technique and natural resource management strategy.  The department is well equipped laboratory with a facility of ecological studies like biodiversity estimation, forestry, physicochemical analysis of soil and water, biogeochemical cycling etc. Linkage between Ecological and social progress give an additional dimension to the college interest.

Year of Establishment

2014

Head of the Department

Bal Krishan Choudhary


Programme

Courses offered

Undergraduate

Intake Capacity

10

Entry level Qualification

Intermediate with Science.

Total NET/SLET Qualified Students

Nil

Total No. of Ph.D awarded students

Nil

Total Research Project Funding (Completed & ongoing)

Nil

People

Faculty

01

Staff Members

Nil

Ph. D Scholars

Nil

Faculty:
Image Name Designation Specialization Contact Details

Bal Krishan Chaudhary Assistant Professor Environmental Science.

bkmchoudhary@gmail.com

                 9402168847

Syllabus:  Download

Contact Us

Address of Communication:

Department of Environmental Science

Women’s College

B. K. Road, Agartala

Tripura, India

Pin-799 001

Email ID: womenscollege1965@gmail.com

                 bkmchoudhary@gmail.com

Contact No: (0381)-2326020/9402168847.

 

Other Details

 

Laboratory Facilities:

 

The department is having well equipped laboratory with a facility of ecological and forest studies, climatic data collection, physicochemical analysis of soil, water analysis noise level and light intensity measurement etc.

 

Details of Research groups:

 

The Department has research experience of working with Prof. B.K. Datta, Department of Botany, Tripura University and Dr. Bipin Kumar Sharma, Department of Microbiology, Tripura University, Mr. Abhik Majumder, Department of Mechanics NIT, Agartala and Prof. K.G. Saxena, School of Environmental Science, JNU, New Delhi.