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Dr. Lasara Marie Lyngdoh Nongsiej

Assistant Professor
  • Address:

    Pdengshnong Mawlai Mawroh Shillong 793008

  • Contact:

    7005871612
    lasaramarie@gmail.com

Qualification

6 years


Qualifications: M.A Economics, NET
Area of Interest: Economics
Date of Joining: 16.6.2016


Awards/Achievement: Kar Memorial Award- 2006 (ISC-Arts Topper), Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship (SRF) 2012-2013


Publications:
• Diengdoh, B. H, Lyngdoh L.M & Kalam, T. (2018) ‘Can REDD+ and Ecotourism Coexist? Integrating REDD+ and Ecotourism in Meghalaya: Potentials and Implications’ in Climate Change and Developing Countries. (ed) Mawlong B. L pp: 237-258 Cambridge Scholars Publishing Limited, New Castle, United Kingdom. ISBN: (10):1-5275-1174-X
• Lyngdoh L.M & Diengdoh B.H. (2016) ‘Climate Change and Induced Migration: An Assessment of the Economic and Environmental Implications for Meghalaya’ in Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications (ed) K. Nongrum and A P Warjri . pp:225-248. Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-8370-474-8
• Lyngdoh L.M & Diengdoh B.H. (2015). ‘A Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Damage in North East India with Focus on the State of Meghalaya: The Validity of the Environmental Kuznets Curve’ in Environment-Cultural Interaction and the Tribes of North East India (ed) Mawlong B. L & Mitri M. B. pp: 41-57. Cambridge Scholars Publishing Limited. New Castle, United Kingdom. ISBN: 978-1-4438-7836-
• Lyngdoh L. M (2015). ‘Inter-State Variations in the Rural Healthcare Infrastructure in North-East India’. The NEHU Journal. Vol. XIII, No. 2. pp 31-48. ISSN-0972-8406.
• Diengdoh B. H, Lyngdoh L.M & Dunai, M (2015) .Climate Induced Migrants and Displaced Persons: A Study of the Definitions and Concepts of Environmentally Affected Individuals. The Political Anvil Journal. Vol. 4 No. 1 pp:1-24 ISSN -2319-7528
• Lyngdoh L.M, (2011). ‘Emerging Economies: India and China-Trends in Real GDP, Exports and FOREX Reserves (2000-2009)’ in Globalization-Will the 21st Century be Asia’s? (ed) Mahendher , S. pp:37-44 Excel India Publishers. ISBN: 978-93-80697-55

Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations:
• Can REDD+ and Ecotourism Coexist? Integrating REDD+ and Ecotourism in Meghalaya: Potentials and Implications.” International Seminar (CC 2015) on “Climate Change: Impact on Developing Countries”. Organized by UCC College, Shillong. (15th -17th October, 2015)
• “Applicability of CDM and REDD in Meghalaya: A Comparative Study.” National Seminar on “Climate Change, Food Security and Livelihoods” Organized by Dept. of Geography and SAP-DRS III (UGC) NEHU- Shillong. (2nd-3rd March, 2015)
• “Climate Change and Induced Migration: An Assessment of the Economic and Environmental Implications for Meghalaya”. International Seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” Organized by Synod College, Shillong. (9th -10th Oct, 2014)
• “A Study of the Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Damage in North East India with Focus on the State of Meghalaya: The Validity of the Environmental Kuznets Curve”. National Conference on: “The North East Umbrella -Environment-Cultural Interaction and the Tribes in the Region” Organized by UCC College, Shillong. (29th – 30th May, 2014)
• “India and China: Emerging Giants of the 21st Century.” International Conference on “Globalization-Will the 21st Century be Asia’s?” organized by Mount Carmel Institute of Management, Bangalore (27th-28th Jan, 2011).

 

 

  1. Participated in the International Seminar on “Understanding Water Crises: The Way Forward” organized by Synod College in collaboration with P.A. Sangma Foundation and Meghalaya Basin Development Authority on 6-7th June 2019.
  2. Participated in the 49th UGC-Sponsored Orientation Programme. Organized by NEHU-HRDC, (14th-3rd November, 2019)
  3. Participated in the International Seminar on “Eye for an Eye: Conflict in South East Asia” organized by English Department, Synod College, on 6-7th November 2019.
  4. Participated in the faculty development programme organized by the IQAC, Synod College on 20th November 2020.
  5. Participated in the National Webinar on “Continuing Professional Development for Teachers” Organized by Centre for Pre-Service Teacher Education, School of Education North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong, Meghalaya, India In Collaboration with Department of Philosophy, Moran College, Moranhat, Charaideo, Assam, India. 31st Jan, 2021.
  6. Participated in the International Interdisciplinary Webinar on “Socio-Economic Issues, Challenges and Policy Framework in Developing Nations” organised by Shillong Commerce College 28th- 29th Jan, 2021