Dr. I. P. Khongjoh

Name: Dr. (Ms). Ibalari Phylla Khongjoh

Contact information: [email protected]/9089159853

Department: Economics

Designation: Assistant Professor

Qualifications: MA, NET, Ph.D

Area of Interest: Microeconomics, Development, Econometrics

Date of Joining 10.9.2010

Awards/Achievements: Ph.D

Publications

  1. Pala, V. and Khongjoh I.P (2012). “Calorie Deficiency among Scheduled Tribes in the North-Eastern Region of India”, chapter 17 in Nathan D. and Virginius Xaxa (eds.)Social Exclusion and Adverse Inclusion Development and Deprivation of Adivasis in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, pp. 286-309, ISBN 0-19-807893-5.
  2. Khongjoh I. P (2015). “Government Policies and Initiatives towards the Small Scale Industries Sector in India: A Review” paper accepted for publication in the journal “Political Anvil” of the Department of Political Science, Synod College, Shillong.
  3. Pala, V. and Khongjoh I.P (2015). “Trends and Patterns of Migration in the North-Eastern Region of India”, paper accepted for publication by the organisers of the international seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” on the 9-10th October 2014, organised by Synod College, Shillong.

Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations

  1. Presented a paper entitled “Calorie Deficiency among Scheduled Tribes in the North-Eastern Region of India” (with V. Pala), at the International Seminar on Adivasi/ ST Communities in India: Development and Change, organised by the Institute for Human Development, New Delhi, at New Delhi, August 27 – 29, 2009.
  2. Presented a paper entitled “Mining and Economic Development: A Case Study of Meghalaya” at the National Seminar on “Mining: Impact assessment on the Economy, Ecology, Technology, Polity and Society”, organised by Sankardev College in collaboration with Buddha Bhanu Saraswati college, Shillong, September 27 – 28, 2012.
  3. Presented a paper entitled “Trends and Patterns of Migration in the North-Eastern Region of India” (with V. Pala), at the International Seminar on, Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications organised by Synod College, Shillong, October 9-10th 2014.