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Prof. Niranjan Behera
                                                                                                
Professor Behera is currently holding the position of Dean, School of Biological Sciences at AIPH University. He has more than forty years of experience in field of teaching and research of biological sciences. He has superannuated from the post of Professor and Head School of Life Sciences, Sambalpur University, Sambalpur, Odisha where he served for more than a decade as Professor and contributed there for more than 30 years. During his stay at Sambalpur University, he was involved in different positions as Head, Dean, UGC Emeritus fellow and have executed several administrative duties such as Programme Coordinator Private Exam Cell, Sambalpur University; Head, School of Life Sciences, Sambalpur University; Director E-Governance, Sambalpur University; Dean, Faculty of Science, Technology & Engineering; Member, Senate, Sambalpur University; Member, Academic council, Sambalpur University; UGC, expert nominee for SAP, Gauhati University;  Chairman, Executive Council, Govt. Autonomous College, Bhawanipatna,Kalahandi; and Expert Member, Board of Studies. Central University of Odisha., Koraput. He has been felicitated by several awards and recognitions including Smt. Veena Roonwal Memorial Award by Society of Geoscientists and Allied Technologist, India for the biodiversity conservation in mining and industrial area; Bhagabati Mishra Memorial Award for the Best Teacher in Botany by Orissa Botanical Society; Dr M Brahmam Memorial Award by Orissa Botanical Society for significant research contribution in the field of Biodiversity Conservation; Fellow, International Society for Tropical Ecology; Fellow, National Environmentalist Association. Prof. Behera has a huge research experience in field of soil microbial, ecology, biodiversity conservation and environmental sciences.  He has guidance 26 PhD students and one DSc student and has executed various research projects funded by UGC, DSTE, DBTE and MoEF. Through his research works he has published more than 100 research publications in different journals of International repute, editing two books and has also delivered key note lectures in various International and National seminar and conferences. Very recently, Prof. Behera has been elected as the President of the Odisha Botanical Society.

Selected Recent Research Publication:
Pradhan, A., Mishra, S. P. and N. Behera (2017), Diversity, population structure and regeneration potential of tree species in a community conserved sacred forest from Western Odisha, India. The Indian Forester. 143(6):570-576.
Pradhan, A., Ormsby A., Mishra,S.P. and N.Behera (2017), Community involvement and management of sacred grooves of Odisha. Jr.of the study of religion,nature and culture.(under review).
Pradhan  A., Mishra, S.P., and N. Behera (2016), Conservation of Ethnomedicinal plants through Sacred Groves: a case study  from Bargarh District of Odisha(India).In: Indigenous knowledge and plant utilization.(Ed. A. Gupta). Aviskar Publication. Jaipur, India.(ISBN No. 978-81-7910-513-9).pp 145-156.
Sophia, M., Behera, N., and Asha Gupta (2016), Medicinal properties of some plants of Family Zingiberaceae. In: Indigenous knowledge and plant utilization. (Ed. A.Gupta). Aviskar Publication. Jaipur, India. (ISBN No. 978-81-7910-513-9).pp 201-226..
Pradhan  A., Mishra, S.P., and N. Behera (2016), Avian Diversity in a sacred natural forest site in Odisha. The Ecoscan.10(1&2):91-95.
Pradhan, A. Mishra, S.P., and N. Behera (2016), An ethnomedicinal survey of medicinal plants from a sacred forest of Western Odisha, India. International Jr. of Phytomedicine. 8:325-332.
Pradhan, A., Mishra, S. P., and N. Behera.(2016), Species diversity and biomass carbon analysis of tree layer in a sacred natural forest patch from western Odisha. International Jr. of Env. Sciences.7(2):113-122.
Swati Deep, Pratibha Sharma, Niranjan Behera and Pallem Cowdappa (2014), Diversity of Indian isolates of Alternaria brassicicola(Schwein)Wiltshire causing black leaf spot disease in cauliflower.Plant Pathology Journal.ISSN 1812-5387.1-14.
Swati Deep, Pratibha Sharma and Niranjan Behera (2014), Optimization of extracellular cellulose enzyme production from Alternaria brassicicola. Int. J. Current Microbiology & Applied sciences. ISSN 2319-7706.3(9);127-139.
Mishra, A, Patel, K., and Behera, N. (2013), Prevalence of multidrug resistant E.coli in the river of Mahanadi of Sambalpur. Current Research in Microbiology & Biotechnology.1(5):239-244.

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