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Prof Chungkham Sarojnalini

Designation: Professor

Specialization: Fish and Fishery

Contact: +91-9436891730

Email: sarojnalinich [AT] gmail.com

M.Sc., Ph.D. (Manipur University)

CURRICULUM VITAE

Name : Dr. Chungkham Sarojnalini

Date of Birth : February 1, 1958

Present designation : Professor

Department : Department of Zoology,

Manipur University, Imphal

Date of joining : November 13, 1998

(Vide office order No. MU/4-16/81/FCY/2857

dt. 12.11.1998)

Address : Thangmeiband, Thingel Leikai, Imphal-795001

Educational Qualifications: M.Sc, Ph.D

ACADEMIC ACHEIVEMENT:

(i) Awarded Gold Medal for best paper presentation in the 6th All India Seminar on Ichthyology 1986 by Academy of Ichthyologists, UP

(ii) Awarded Research Associate by CSIR, New Delhi, on 30.5.1989.

  1. Awarded Research Associate by UGC, New Delhi, on 22.12.1993.


 

RESEARCH GUIDANCE

Sl No.

Name

Title of the thesis

Remarks

1

T. Suchitra

Microbial and Biochemical Studies on the Fermentation of Ngari (a fermented fish product of Manipur)

Awarded

2

N. Jaya Devi

Nutritional and Microbial changes during the storage of some smoked Fishes of Manipur.

Awarded

3

O. Radhapyari Devi

Effect of Bamboo shoot ferment on the Methyl Cholanthrene induced Carcinogenesis in Mice.

Awarded

4

Abdul Hei

Nutritional evaluation of some hill stream fishes of Manipur.

Awarded

 

5

W. Sarjubala Devi

Effect of Cooking on the Nutritive Quality of Some Small Indigenous Fishes of the Eastern Himalayas

Awarded

6

H. Romharsha Singh

Biochemical Composition and Nutritional Properties of Some Coldwater Fishes of Manipur.

Ongoing

7

M. Shantosh Singh

Studies on Nutritional Qualities of Some Small Indigenous Fishes of Manipur.

Ongoing

8

Ng. Lucky Devi

Studies on Nutritional Values of Some Wild and Cultured Cyprinid Fishes of Manipur.

Ongoing

9

Angom Amala Devi

Seasonal Variation in Nutritional Aspects of Some Air Breathing Fishes of Loktak Lake, Manipur.

Ongoing

10

Heikham Dayami

Effect of Different Cooking Methods on the Nutritive Value of Three Indian Major Carps of the Loktak Lake of Manipur.

Ongoing

11

Tongbram Seityamala Devi

Nutritional Characteristics on Some Cyprinid small Fresh and Smoked Fishes of Manipur

Ongoing

12

Konjengbam Bishwarup Singh

Provisionally registered

Ongoing

RESEARCH PAPERS PUBLISHED

Total: 45 (FORTY FIVE)

List of Publication:

  1. Vishwanath, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (1989). Changes in the total oxalate content in the fermentation of fish paste “Hentak” J. Food. Science (USA) 54(3): 754-755.

  2. Bijen, M., Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1990). Nutritive values of sun-dried Esomus danricus and smoked Lepidocephalus guntea. Food Chemistry (Elsvier, U.K.) 36: 89-96.

  3. Vishwanath, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (1988). A new cyprinid fish Garra manipurensis from Manipur, India. Japan J. Ichthyol, (JAPAN). 25(2):124-126.

  4. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1988). Composition and digestibility of fermented fish foods of Manipur. J. Food. Science Technol. 25(6):346-351.

  5. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1988). In vitro digestibility of fish proteins of Manipur. Natl. Acad. Sci. Letters. 11(12):399-400.

  6. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1988). Nutritive value of some fishes endemic in Manipur. Indian J. Fisheries. 35(2):115-117.

  7. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1988). Studies on the biochemical composition of some fresh water fishes of Manipur. J. Adv. Zool. 9(1):1-5.

  8. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1987). Biochemical composition and fungal flora of the fermented fish paste Hentak of Manipur. Intl. J. Acad. Ichthyol. 8(1): 9-12.

  9. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1987). Seasonal variation in the proximate composition of cobitid fish Botia hymenophysa (Bleeker). Orient Zool. 4:21-25.

  10. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1990). Studies on preparation of Hentak (A fish paste) and its chemical composition. Proc. International Symposium on Life Science 151-155.

  11. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1994). Composition and Nutritive value of sun-dried Puntius sophore, J. Food. Science Technol. 31:6, 480-483.

  12. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1995). Nutritional characteristics of the two fermented fish products - Hentak and Ngari of Manipur. J. Indian Fish. Assn. 25:75-81.

  13. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1997). Biochemical and Nutritional quality of two fermented fish products of Manipur. Fishery Technol. 34(2).

  14. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Vishwanath, W. (1998). Fish processing techniques of Manipur Proc. 85th Indian Science Congress Association.

  15. Sarojnalini, Ch. (1998). Nutritive values of Hentak and Ngari. J. of North East Foods, Vol. 2 & 3:(1), 13-15.

  16. Suchitra, T. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2001). Composition and Bacterological evaluation of fresh and sundried Puntius sophore. Proc. National Seminar on Recent Advances in Life Sciences, 154-156.

  17. Suchitra, T. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2002). Changes in proximate composition and microbial flora during frozen storage of fresh Puntius sophore. J. Inland Fish Soc. 35(1): 48-52.

  18. Suchitra, T. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2003). Biochemical and Microbiological quality of sundried Puntius sophore brought to Manipur, J. of Freshwater Biology, 15(1-4): 99-104.

  19. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Suchitra, T. (2004). Quality of Sundried Gudusia sp. (Flower) available in Imphal Market of Manipur. Indian J. Environ. and Ecoplan. 8(3): 621-626.

  20. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Suchitra, T. (2006). Microbial Changes during the fermentation of sundried Puntius sophore, J. Current Science, 9(1): 151-156.

  21. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Jaya, N. (2007). Microbial quality of fresh and smoked Channa punctatus available in Imphal market with reference to salted and smoked in laboratory. J. of Current Science, Vol. 9 (2):231-234.

  22. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Suchitra, T. (2009). Microbial profile of starter culture fermented fish product “Ngari” of Manipur. Indian Journal of Fisheries, 56(2): 123-127.

  23. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Suchitra, T. (2009). Microbiological and nutritional Evaluation of Fermented Setipinna species. Fishery Technology, Vol. 46(2): 165-170.

  24. Sarojnalini, Ch. (2010). Nutritive values of two indigenous cobitid fishes Botia berdmorei and Lepidocephalus guntea of Manipur. The Bioscan, An International Quarterly Journal of Life Sciences, Vol. 2, Special Issue.

  25. Abdul Hei and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). Proximate composition, Macro and Micro Mineral Elements of some smoke-dried Hill Stream Fishes from Manipur, India. Nature and Science U.K 10(1) 59-65.

  26. Abdul Hei and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). Study of Protein quality of some Fresh and Smoke-Dried Hill stream Fishes from Manipur, India. New York Sc. J. 5(11)1-6.

  27. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). Impact of different cooking methods on Proximate and mineral composition of Amblypharyngodon mola of Manipur. International Journal of Advanced Biological Research. 2(4) 712-716.

  28. Suchitra, T. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). Effect of Temperature on Biochemical and Microbiological qualities of Ngari. Nature and Science. U.K. 10 (2) 32-40.

  29. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Sarjubala, w. (2013). Impact of different cooking methods on Nutritive value of flying barb (Esomus danricus). World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. U.K. 79, 503-505.

  30. Sarjubala, w. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2013). Estimation of Protein Contents of Chocolate Mahseer (Neolissochilus hexagonolepis, McClelland) of Iyei River of Manipur. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) 2(2) 257-259.

  31. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2013). Evaluation of Carbon stocks of some freshwater fishes of Manipur. International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) 2 156-158.

  32. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Sarjubala, W. (2014). Antioxidant properties and Nutritive values of raw and cooked Pool barb (Puntius sophore) of Eastern Himalayas. International Journal of Agricultural, Biosystems Science and Engineering U.K 8 (1) 13-17.

  33. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Sarjubala, W. (2014). Effect of Maillard reaction on the Antioxidant properties and amino acid content of Amblypharyngodon mola of the Eastern Himalayas. International Journal of Agriculture and food Science Technology, 5 (3) 117-124.

  34. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014). Effect of cooking on the polyunsaturated fatty acid Antioxidant properties of small indigenous fish species of the Eastern Himalayas. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications. 4(7), 146-151.

  35. Romharsha, H., Abdul Hei and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014). Proximate composition and Amino Acids profiles of some Hill-Stream fishes of Manipur. International Journal of Scientific Research 3(8): 170-172.

  36. Abdul Hei and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014). Nutritional assessment of some traditionally processed hill-stream fishes of Manipur with special reference to n-3 fatty acids. Journal of Aquatic Food product Technology. DOI: 10. 1080/10498850.2013.797535.

  37. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014). Effect of cooking on the polyunsaturated fatty acid Antioxidant properties of small indigenous fish species of the Eastern Himalayas. Journal of Engineering Research and Applications. 4(7), 146-151.

  38. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Abdul Hei, (2015). Amino acid profile and Score of Some Smoked Dried Hill Stream Fishes from the markets of Manipur, India. Nature and Science. 13(12), 120-126.

  39. Romharsha, H., Shantosh, M. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2016). Nutritional Values of Some Fresh Water Fishes from Two Different Districts of Manipur. Journal of Agricultural Engineering and Food Technology. 3(3), 225-229.

  40. Lucky, N., Sarojnalini, Ch. (2017). Comparative Study on the major components in different body regions of the farmed and wild Osteobrama belangeri. International Journal of Scientific Research. 6(8). 30-32.

  41. Romharsha, H. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2018). Proximate composition, Total amino acids and Essential Mineral Elements of Some Cyprinid fishes of Manipur, India. Curr Res Nutr Food Sci; 6(1).

  42. Shantosh, M. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2018). Macro and trace mineral elements of five small indigenous fishes of Manipur, India. Journal of Fisheries and Life Sciences. 3(1). 1-8.

  43. Shantosh, M. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2018). Nutritional Quality of three cobitid fishes of Manipur , India: With special reference to essential mineral elements. International Journal of Scientific Research in Biological Sciences. 5(2). 24-33.

  44. Romharsha, H. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2019). Micro-nutrient contents of some Freshwater Fish Species of Manipur, India. Oriental Journal of Chemistry. 35(4).

  45. Dayami, H. and Sarojnalini. Ch. (2019) Proximate composition, fatty acid profile and lipid health indices of an important freshwater fish Labeo rohita of Loktak Lake, Manipur. Journal of Advanced Scientific Research.

Book chapters:

  1. Sarojnalini, Ch., Suchitra, T. and Jaya, N. (2006). Studies on the microbial flora to two weed fishes with reference to their environment. In advancing frontiers of ecological researches in India (Eds). A.K. Kandya and Asha Gupta published by Bishen Singh Mahendra Pal Singh, Dehra Dun, India. pp. 437-444.

  2. Sarojnalini, Ch. and Suchitra, T. (2005). Quality of sundried Gudusia species (Fowler) available in Imphal market. Environmental Biology. Edited by Prof. Arvind Kumar. ISBN-81-7648-914-X. pp. 117-122.

  3. Sarojnalini, Ch., Suchitra, T. and Jaya, N. (2009). Prospects and Utilization of Wetland Fish Resources in Manipur, using Traditional Preservation techniques. In wetlands of North East India, Biology, Aquatic Bioresources & Conservation (Eds.).

  4. Sarojnalini, Ch., Suchitra, T. and Jaya, N. (2009). Prospects and Ultilization of wetland fish resources in Manipur using traditional preservation techniques. Wetlands of Northeast India Ecology, Aquatic Bioresources and Conservation.pp. 238-258. ISBN-978-81-8370-187-7.

  5. Abdul Hei and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). Major components and protein quality of some fishes from the Hill stream environment of Manipur in Bioresources and Traditional Knowledge of Northeast India.pp.137-142.

  6. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2012). The organic carbon stocks of some fresh water fishes of Manipur. Aquatic Bioresources & Chemistry.pp. 109-111.

  7. Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014). Microbial environment in the fermentation of Ngari. Ecoplanning, Biodiversity and Climate change. Pp. 20-26. ISBN No. 978-81-7132-763-8.

  8. Sarjubala, W. and Sarojnalini, Ch. (2014).Effect of cooking on the antioxidant activity of a small indigenous freshwater fish Amblypharyngodon mola of the Eastern Himalayas. Current topics in Redox Biology. 13:978-93-392-1420-3.

  9. Sarojanlini, Ch. and Abdul Hei (2019). Fish as an Important Functional Food for Quality Life. Functional Foods. ISSN: 13:978-93-392-1420-3.

Seminars/conferences attended:

International:

  1. The 2nd Intl. Symp. Life Sci. Nov. 1985 NEHU, Shillong, Studies on the preparation and biochemical composition of fermented fish paste “Hentak” of Manipur.

  2. International Conference on Traditional Foods, ICTF, 2010, Pondicherry University, 1st to 3rd December, 2010. Microbial and Nutritional Evaluation of Traditional Fermented fish foods of Manipur

  3. International Congress on Agriculture, Food engineering and Environmental Sciences- Sustainable Approaches (AFEESSA-2014) organized by Krishi Sanskriti on 29th and 30th March, 2014. Effect of Maillard Reaction on the Antioxidant properties and Amino acid content of Amblypharyngodon mola of the Eastern Himalayas.

  4. International Conference on food Science and Nutrition, ICFSN 2013 organized by World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, July 08-09 at London, UK. Antioxidant Properties and Nutritive Values of Raw and Cooked Pool Barb (Puntius sophore) of Eastern Himalayas.

  5. International Functional Food Conference 18-20 August 2013 at Cyberview Resort & Spa, Cyberjaya. Smoked Fishes and Functional Foods.

  6. International Conference on Integrating, Crop, Ecology- The emerging areas of Forestry, Biodiversity and Policy issues, July 18-19, Krishi Sanskriti, JNU, New Delhi.

  7. International Congress on Agriculture, Food engineering and Environmental Sciences- Sustainable Approaches (AFEESSA-2014) organized by Krishi Sanskriti on 29th and 30th March, 2014. Effect of Maillard Reaction on the Antioxidant properties and Amino acid content of Amblypharyngodon mola of the Eastern Himalayas.

  8. International Conference on Agriculture, Food Science, Natural Resources Management and Environment Dynamics: The Technology, People and Sustainable Development, August 13-14, 2016, Bidhan Chandra, Krishi Vishwavidyalay, West Bengal and New Delhi. Nutritional Values of Some Fresh Water Fishes from Two Different Districts of Manipur.

  9. International Conference on Natural Resources Management and Technology Trends (ICNRM), March 27-29, 2017. Manipur University. Essential Mineral Composition and their Significance in Human Nutrition of Some Fishes from Manipur.

  10. International Conference on Natural Resources Management and Technology Trends (ICNRM), March 27-29, 2017. Manipur University. Small Indigenous Fishes of Manipur, India: A rich source of Essential Mineral Elements.

  11. 20th World Congress on “Nutrition and Food Sciences”, May 14-16, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. “Effect of cooking on the Nutritional Properties of two small indigenous fishes of Eastern Himalayas, Manipur, India”

  12. International conference on recent Advances in Animal Science, November 6-8, 2019. Pachhunga University College, Aizawl. Effect of cooking methods on the proximate composition and PUFA content of Cirrhinus cirrhosus of Loktak Lake, Manipur.

National:

    1. 1st Manipur Sci. Congo March. 1989 (Manipur University), Changes in the total oxalate content in the fermentation of fish paste “Hentak”.

    2. Ibid. March, 1990 M.U. Nutritive value of processed India Fresh water Fish: Sun-dried Esomus danricus and smoked Lepidocephalus guntea.

3. The.75thIndian Sci.Cong. III Pune 1988. Seasonal changes in the biochemical composition of three cobitid fishes of Manipur.

4. The 75th Indian Sci. Cong. Sec. 3 Pune 1988. Lipid and cholesterol contents of some fresh water fishes of Manipur.

5. DST, Workshop (Role of Scientist in Development of North-East India) March (1988). Need for improvement of fish processing in North East

6. The Natl. Acad. Sci., Jaipur 1987. Studies on the composition and fungal flora of the fermented fish paste “Hentak” of Manipur.

7. The 7th All India Seminar on Ichthyology p.80 1987. Studies on the chemical composition of fresh and processed fish product of Manipur,

  1. The 7th Natl. Symposium on Recent Advances in Life Sciences, Gulberga 1986. Studies on the Biochemical composition of fresh and processed fishes of Manipur.

9. The 6th All India Seminar on Ichtyology, Dec. 1986. Manipur Univ. (Best paper). (1986). Changes in the biochemical composition and fungal flora of fish paste Hentak during fermentation.

10. The 73rd Indian Sci. Cong. Sec. III, New Delhi 1986. Studies on the biochemical composition of raw and processed muscles of Catfish Clarias batrachus Linn.

11. The 4th Manipur Sci. Cong. 1992. Digestibilies and nutritive quality of sundried Puntius sophore.

12. The 7th Manipur Science Congress 1995. Bacteria involved in the fermentation of Ngari.

13. National Conference on Colloids and Emulsions of Natural & Synthetic Systems. 1986. Studies on the Nutritional quality of two fermented fish products of Manipur.

14. The 5th Indian Science Congress Association, Bombay 1998. Fish Processing Techniques of Manipur.

15. National Seminar on Ecology and Sustainable Development 2004. Changes in the proximate Composition and Microbial Flora of smoked Colisa fasciatus during storage.

16. National Seminar on Fishery, Aquatic Bioresources and Sustainable Development (NASFAB) 2004. Quality of Sundried Gudusia sp. (Flower) available in Imphal Market of Manipur.

  1. National Seminar on Fishery aquatic Bioresources and Sustainable Development (NASFAB). 2005. Microbiological quality of fresh, smoked and sundried Colisa fasciatus available in the Imphal Market, Manipur.

  2. National Seminar on Fishery aquatic Bioresources and Sustainable Development (NASFAB) 2005. Microbiological and nutritional evaluation of fermented fish of Setipinna species.

  3. National Symposium on Diversity of Plant Pathogens and their management in North Eastern India from November 27-28th, 2006, M.U.

  4. National Seminar on Conservation of Bioresources from February 21-22, 2008. Comparative study of proximate composition of smoked Channa sp. before and after storage.

  5. Eleventh Manipur Science Congress from March 28-30, 2008, M.U. Fatty acid composition and lipid contents of some smoked dry hill stream fishes of Manipur.

22. National Seminar on Conservation of Bioresources, February, 21-22, 2008.

Lipid contents and fatty acid composition of some dry smoked hill stream fishes of Manipur.

23. 19th National Zoological Congress, Guwahati University, December 28-31, 2008. Nutritive values of some traditionally processed hill stream fishes of Manipur -

24. 96th Indian Science Congress, NEHU, 3-7 January, 2009. Nutritive values of some traditional processed hill stream fishes of Manipur with special reference to n-3 fatty acid.

25. 20th All India Congress of Zoology, 29-31 December, 2009. Fatty acid composition and lipid contents of some smoked dry hill stream fishes of Ukhrul district.

26. 21st All India Congress of Zoology & National Seminar CIFRI, Barrackpore, Kolkata, 21-23 December, 2010. Nutritive quality of some smoked fishes of Manipur.

27. National Symposium on “Biodiversity Status and Conservation Strategies with Special reference to NE India” 17th-18th March, 2011. Biodiversity of nutrient dense small indigenous fishes of Manipur.

28. National Seminar on “Faunal Diversity and Ecophysiology” 28th and 29th, 2012. Proximate composition of Lepidocephaleichys guntea and L. irrorata of Manipur-

29. National conference on Bio resource inventory and emerging conservation strategies with special reference to Northeast India (BICON 2013). The organic carbon stocks of some fresh water fishes of Manipur.

30. National Seminar on carbon Sequestration in terrestrial and aquatic Ecosystem 24th-25th Feb 2012. The organic carbon stocks and proximate composition of Neolissochilus hexagonolepis (McClelland) of Iyei river of Manipur.

31. 2 days seminar on “Science for shaping the future of India” Imphal Chapter M.U 27th -28th Aug 2012. Effect of Cooking methods on proximate composition, mineral contents and antioxidant properties of Esomus danricus.

32. 100th Science Congress Kolkata on “Science for shaping the future of India” 3rd -7th Jan 2013. Antioxidant activity and essential nutrient contents of raw and cooked small fish Mola carplet (Amblypharyngodon mola).

33. ISCA Regional Science Congress 30th-31th Dec. 2013. Nutritive Qualities of raw and cooked Pool barb (Puntius sophore) of Eastern Himalayas- women science section.

34. Young science section-ISCA Regional Science Congress 30th-31th Dec. 2013. Antioxidant properties and total amino acids of raw and cooked Pool barb (Puntius sophore) of Eastern Himalayas.

35. ISCA Regional Science Congress 30th-31th Dec, 2013. Antioxidant properties and proximate composition of raw and cooked Mola carplet (Amblypharyngodon mola).

36. National workshop on Freshwater Fish taxonomy sponsored by NBFGR, Lucknow, India during 22nd – 26th, September, 2014 at Manipur University.

37. International Congress on “Agricultural, Food Engineering and Environmental Sciences- Sustainable Approaches” (AFEESSA- 2014). March 29-30, 2014. Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

  1. UGC-Sponsored National seminar on advances in Life Sciences, Centre of Advance Study in Life Sciences, Department of Life Sciences, Manipur University. March 23-24, 2015.

  2. A two days UGC sponsored National seminar on “Climate change, Development and Endangered Species: With reference to Fresh water fishes” Naorem Birahari College Khundrakpum, Manipur and Social Welfare & Development Center, Imphal, Manipur. 6th and 7th November, 2015.

  3. National Seminar on Strategies, Innovations and Sustainable Management for Enhancing Coldwater Fisheries and Aquaculture (SISMECFA). ICAR-Directorate of Coldwater Fishery Research, Bhimtal. 22nd-24th September, 2017.

  4. 105th Indian Science Congress “Reaching the Unreached through Science and technology”. Indian Science Congress Association (ISCA) and Manipur University. 16th-20th March, 2018.

OTHER ATTAINMENTS:

(i) Reviewer of the European Food Research and Technology, SPRINGER.

(ii) Reviewer of the Journal Nutrition and Food Sciene, EMERALD.

(iii) Life member of the Journal of Food Science & Technology, Mysore.

(iv) Life member of the Society of Fisheries Technologists (India), Cochin.

(v) Life Member of Inland Fisheries Society of India.

(vi) Life Member of Zoological Society of India.

(vii) Life Member of Aquatic Biodiversity Conservation Society, India, Lucknow

(viii) Life Member of Ichthyological Society of Japan, Japan.

(ix) Life Member of the Coldwater Fisheries Society of India, Bhimtal.

(x) Life Member of Swedish South Asian Network on fermented foods.

(xi) Life Member of Association of Food Scientist &Technologists, India.