Dr. Gurumayum Ranibala

Designation: Guest Faculty

Specialization: Forestry

Contact: 9862634627

Email: granibala [AT] gmail.com

M.Sc. (FRI University)

Ph.D. (NERIST)

RESEARCH INTEREST: Molecular systematics, Conservation of natural resources.

SUBJECTS TAUGHT: Forest Genetics and Tree improvement, Silviculture, Silvicultural Systems, Forest Mensuration, Forest Products and Wood Sciences, Soil Science, Tree Seed Technology, Forest Protection etc.

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES:

  1.  Worked as JRF in a DBT. Govt of India sponsored twinning research project entitled “Isolation characterization and Identification of the natural pigment of food and industrial value from filamentous fungi” from 2011 to 2012 in the Dept of Forestry NERIST under Dr. S. Sureshkumar Singh, Department of Forestry, NERIST (Deemed University), Arunachal Pradesh.

  1. Worked on a project entitled “Taxonomy, biology and management of Leptocybe invasa Fisher & LaSalle, an invasive gall inducer on Eucalyptus for M.Sc Forestry, under Dr Sudhir Singh, Scientist-E, Forest Entomology Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun.

  1. Worked on “Chalcids (Important biocontrol agents)-Methodologies for their collection, preservation and taxonomic studies” for M.Sc Forestry III Semester Divisional attachment, under Dr Sudhir Singh, Scientist-E, Forest Entomology Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun..

  1. Done a term paper entitled “Plantation techniques of some fodder species of hilly regions of Uttarakhabd” in M.Sc. II semester under Manisha Thapliyal, Scientist D, Silviculture Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun.

  1. Worked on “Vegetative propagation of Bambusa balcooa by stem cutting” for M.Sc. I semester term paper under Mr. M. Z. Singson, ACF, NWFP Division, Forest Research Institute, Dehradun.

  1. Worked on a project entitled “Diversity of soil micro-fungi in some forest soil of Manipur” (making of database) for Degree Forestry, under Dr. S. Sureshkumar Singh, Department of Forestry, NERIST (Deemed University), Arunachal Pradesh.

 

 TRAINING, WORKSHOPS AND SEMINAR ATTENDED:

  1. Attended 45 days Summer Training project entitled Generation of transgenic Tobacco plant for disease resistance” in B. Sc. Forestry under Dr Lingaraj Sahoo, Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, IIT Guwahati, Assam.

  1. Six days training course on Management of Social Forestry for Sustainable Livelihood (April 25-30, 2011) conducted by National Institute of Rural Development, Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India, Guwahati.

  1. Two days workshop on Optical Microscopy (June 16-17, 2011) conducted by Centre for the Environment, IIT Guwahati.

  1. 2nd one day INDEST user convention (September 10, 2011) conducted by Indian National Digital Library in Engineering Sciences and Technology User Commottee, NERIST, Arunachal Pradesh.

  1. Five days workshop on Statisrical Data analysis Using SPSS (October 31- November 4, 2011) conducted by Computer and Atatistical Service Centre, ISI, Kolkata and Forestry Department, NERIST, Arunachal Pradesh.

  1. One day workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (March 23, 2012) conducted by MHRD IPR, Tezpur University in collaboration with NERIST.

  1. 3rd one day INDEST user convention (January 19, 2013) conducted by the AICTE-INDEST User Committee, NERIST, Arunachal Pradesh.

  1. Two days workshop on Joint Forest Management in Arunachal Pradesh: Analysis of Policies and Programmes (January 31 –February 01, 2013)organized by Department of Forestry, NERIST, Arunachal Pradesh under the sponsorship of Regional Centre, National Afforestation & Eco-development Board, Shillong.

  1. Two days National Workshop on “Sustainable Development of Medicinal Plants Sector in North Eastern India “ held at Jubilee Hall, Regional Institute of Medical Sciences, Imphal on 16-17 February, 2015 organized by Forest Department, Government of India and National Medicinal Plants Board, Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India.

  1. Four days International Conference on “Global Biodiversity, Climate change and Sustainable Development” held at RGU, Rono Hills, Arunachal Pradesh, India from 15 to 18 October 2016.

  2. Attended 10 days Training programme on “Capacity Building of Teachers, Researchers and Bio-Medical Practitioners of North Eastern Region on Advanced Techniques in Molecular Biology and Microscopy”, organized and conducted by Department of Animal Biotechnology, C.V.Sc, A.A.U., Khanapara, Guwahati from 30th May to 8th June, 2017.

 

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS:

  1. Ranibala, G., Singh, S. S., Singh, W. R. and Khan, M. L. (2018). Molecular identification and phylogeny of Musa species from North Eastern India by internal transcribed spacer 2 of nuclear DNA. Bionature, 38(4):266-276

  1. Ranibala, G., Singh, S. S. and Khan, M. L. (2018). Species diversity and distribution of Musa species (Musaceae) in Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India. Annals of Plant Science, 7 (6): 2342-2346.

  1. Ranibala, G., Singh, S. S., Gajurel, P. R. and Khan, M. L. (2018). Species diversity and distribution of ornamental bananas (Musa species) in Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India. Current Science (MS. No. 29583, Communicated).


 

RESEARCH PAPERS PRESENTED IN CONFERENCES AND SYMPOSIUM:

  1. S. Sureshkumar Singh, G. Ranibala and M.L. Khan (2013). A digital database on Banana (Musa spp.) resources on North East India (Musanei 1.0). In Proc., National Symposium on “Bioinformatics: Role of bioinformatics in Biodiversity Management” BTISNet & NBRI, Lucknow, 01-02nd February 2013, Lucknow, U.P

  1. G. Ranibala, S. Sureshkumar Singh and M.L. Khan (2014). Diversity of ornamental bananas (Musa spp.) in Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India. In Proc. National Symposium on “Himalayan Biodiversity: Prospects and Challenges, held at NEHU, Shillong, Meghalaya, 20-21 March 2014.

  1. G. Ranibala, S. Sureshkumar Singh and M.L. Khan (2016). Diversity of banana (Musa species) in Arunachal Pradesh, North Eastern India: Focus on Ornamental Species, In Proc., Int. Conf. on Global Biodiversity, Climate Change and Sustainable Development-2016, 15-18th October 2016, RGU, Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh.

  1. G. Ranibala, S. Sureshkumar Singh and M. Latif Khan (2017). Evaluation of nuclear and chloroplast genome sequences for delineation of species identity in six ornamental species of Musa from North East India, In Proc. 7th Symposium of the DNA Society of India, 17-18th Nov 2017, DNA Society of India and IAAST (DST), Guwahati, Assam.

 

GENBANK DNA SEQUENCES SUBMISSION:

-100 DNA sequences (ITS region of nuclear DNA and matK, rbcL and psbA-trnH regions of chloroplast DNA) of 26 Musa (banana) specimens found in Manipur and Arunachal Pradesh have been submitted to NCBI Genbank.