Dr. Salam Dilip

Designation: Guest Faculty

Specialization: Bamboo Ecology & Conservation

Contact: 9862079256

Email: deelipsalam [AT] gmail.com


Name: Dr. Salam Dilip (PhD, ARS-NET)

Designation: Guest Faculty Department of Forestry & Environmental Science

Specialization: Bamboo Ecology & Conservation

Area of Interest: Biodiversity and Conservation, Non-timber Forest Products, Bamboo Ecology & Environmental Awareness

Courses taught: Wildlife & Biodiversity Conservation; Forest Laws & Awareness; Forest Products

Email: deelipsalam[AT]gmail.com

Contact no.: 9862079256



Paper published

  • S. Dilip, L.B. Singha, Ch. Sadananda, M.L. Khan. 2017. Changes in N, P and K content in the culms of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Melocanna baccifera (Roxb.) Kurz during
    different phases of life cycle. Journal of Bamboo & Rattan, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 15-22

  • Lal Bihari Singha, Salam Dilip, Ksh. Raseshowri Devi & Ch. Sadananda. 2016. Schizostachyum arunachalensis Naithani - the bamboo with the longest internode blooms in the Eastern Himalaya, India. NeBio, Vol. 7(3), pp 98-100

  • Salam Dilip, L.B. Singha and M.L. Khan. 2013. Changes in soil physico-chemical parameters of Dendrocalamus hamiltonii Nees and Melocanna baccifera (Roxb.) Kurz forests during pre-flowering, flowering and post-flowering phases in Eastern Himalayas, India. IOSR Journal Of Environmental Science, Toxicology And Food Technology, Vol. 7, (5), pp 11-16

  • Ch. Sadananda, Salam Dilip, L.B. Singha & M.L. Khan. 2010. ‘Mauhak’–yet another mystery in the dictionary of bamboo flowering. Current Science. Vol. 99, No. 6.

  • Ch. Sadananda, Salam Dilip, L.B. Singha and Raseshwori Devi. 2010. Rodenticides- are they safe? Current Science. Vol. 98, No. 6.