Dr. Nongmaithem Raju Singh
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Dr. Nongmaithem Raju Singh

Division of System Research and Engineering, ICAR Research Complex for North Eastern and Hill Region, India

Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Agro-Forestry from Navsari Agricultural University, India

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Dr. Nongmaithem Raju Singh is currently working as Scientist at Division of Crop Research, ICAR-Research Complex for Eastern Patna, Bihar (INDIA). He has completed his M.Sc. (Agroforestry) from GBPUAT, Pantnagar and PhD Forestry (Agroforestry) from NAU, Navasri (Gujarat). During his PhD programme, he was the recipient of INSPIRE fellow (Funded by DST, New Delhi). He worked on the PhD research topic ‘Crop diversity, productivity and soil nutrient dynamics of dominant agroforestry systems of Navsari district, Gujarat’. He was the recipient of ASPEE Foundation Gold Plated Silver Medal in the Fourteenth Annual Convocation of Navsari Agricultural University, Navsari for securing the highest Overall Grade point Average and rating of the thesis in the Degree of Ph.D. (Forestry). He has published more than 7 research articles, 3 book chapters and 4 short articles under his name. He also served as reviewers for different publication house like Science Domain, Journal of Environmental Biology, etc. He also attended many International/ National/conferences, seminars and workshops.

Area of Interest:

Plant and Soil Sciences
Agro-forestry Practises
Soil Properties

Research Publications in Numbers


Selected Publications

  1. Singh, N.R., D. Kumar, A.K. Handa, R. Newaj and M. Prasad et al., 2022. Land use effect on soil organic carbon stocks, microbial biomass and basal respiration in Bundelkhand Region of Central India. Agric. Res., 11: 454-464.
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  2. Shubha, K., N.R. Singh, A. Mukherjee, A. Maity and R. Dubey, 2020. Controlled traffic farming: An approach to minimize soil compaction and environmental impact on vegetable and other crops. Curr. Sci., 119: 1760-1766.
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  3. Singh, N.R., Kamini, N. Kumar and D. Kumar, 2019. Short-Rotation Forestry: Implications for Carbon Sequestration in Mitigating Climate Change. In: Sustainable Agriculture, Forest and Environmental Management, Jhariya, M.K., A. Banerjee R.S.Meena D.K. Yadav, (Eds.)., Springer Singapore 39.
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  4. Singh N.R., A. Arunachalam, D.P. Patel and S. Viyol, 2019. Seasonal dynamics of litter accumulation in agroforestry systems of navsari district, gujarat. Climate Change Environ. Sustainability, 7: 151-156.
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  5. Raju, S.N., A. Arunachalam and D.N. Peetambari, 2019. Soil organic carbon stocks in different agroforestry systems of South Gujarat. Range Manage. Agrofor., 40: 89-93.
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  6. Raju, S.N., A. Arunachalam, M.J. Dobriyal, J.B. Bhusaraand and R.P. Gunaga, 2017. Crop biomass and yield patterns of dominant agroforestry systems of Navsari District, Gujarat, India. Indian J. Agrofor., 19: 72-78.
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