Name : Mr. Batskhem Myrboh
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org/ +918974898321
Department : Political Science (Under-Graduate)
Designation : Assistant Professor (Selection Grade)
Qualifications : M.A. (NEHU), Ph.D. (NEHU).
Ph. D. Thesis : Non-tribal Migration to Meghalaya: Role of Pressure Groups and Political Parties
Area of Interest : North-east India Studies and Political Theory
Date of Joining : 16.4.2007
Publications in UGC listed journals:
|1||Batskhem Myrboh||Is Inner Line Permit Needed in the Era of Globalization? Capturing Current Politico Historical Contestations in Meghalaya.||Journal of Tribal Intellectual Collective India, 2 (2), 2014, pp. 30-47.
|Recognized by UGC – 45416 (Till 1st March 2018)
|2||Batskhem Myrboh||Problematization of Non-tribal Migration in Meghalaya||Indian Journal of Dalit and Tribal Studies and Action, 3 (1), 2018, pp. 18-38.||Recognized by UGC – 41613 (Till 13th June, 2019)|
|3||Batskhem Myrboh||Human Migration: A Conceptual and Dimensional Analysis||Research Reinforcement, 6 (2), 2019, pp. 23-29.||Recognized by UGC – 64785 (Till 13th June, 2019)|
|4||Batskhem Myrboh||Dynamics and Implications of Human Migration||Man and Society: A Journal of North-East Studies, 16 (Summer), 2019, pp. 42-53.||UGC CARE List Group I Journal.|
|5||Batskhem Myrboh||The Politics of Inner Line Permit Extension to Manipur||Economic and Political Weekly, 55 (5), 2020, pp. 18-20||Scopus indexed and part of UGC CARE List Group II Journal.|
Articles in edited books:
|1||Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace Well Rani||‘Introduction’ in Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace Well Rani (eds.) Parliamentary Democracy in India, Akansha Publishing House, 2014. ISBN 978-81-8370-380-2.|
|2||Batskhem Myrboh & Charles Reuben Lyngdoh||‘Campaign for Right to Information: Experiences in Meghalaya’ in Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace Well Rani (eds.) Parliamentary Democracy in India, Akansha Publishing House, 2014. ISBN 978-81-8370-380-2.|
|3||Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace||Rani “Women and Political Representation: A Study of Elections to Meghalaya Legislative Assembly” in Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace Well Rani (eds.) Parliamentary Democracy in India, Akansha Publishing House, 2014. ISBN 978-81-8370-380-2.|
|4.||Batskhem Myrboh||“Nepalese Migration to Meghalaya: Facilitating Factors, Nature and Challenges” in Vinod K. Bhardwaj and Nandkumar N. Sawant (eds.), Human Migration in South Asia: Prospects and Constraints, G.B. Books, New Delhi, 2014.|
|1||Batskhem Myrboh & Airpeace Well Rani||Parliamentary Democracy in India, Akansha Publishing House, New Delhi, 2014. ISBN 978-81-8370-380-2.|
|2||David Arnold Kharchandy, Ibalari P. Khongjoh, Kerli’hok Lyngdoh Buam and Batskhem Myrboh||Women, Religion and Liberation, EBH Publisher, Guwahati, 2016. ISBN: 978938-325296-1|
|Sl. No.||Project investigator(s)||Title||Funding agency||Year of sanction and amount (in Rupees)||Year of completion|
|1||Charles Reuben Lyngdoh, Pynsukmon Lyngdoh, Batskhem Myrboh and Teiborlang T. Kharsyntiew||Motivating Factors for the Youth to Vote: A Case Study of the Students of Synod College||Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Synod College||
|2||Batskhem Myrboh||Meghalaya State Information Commission: Role in the Implementation of the Right to Information Act, 2005||Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Synod College||2018: 30,000||2020|
|Role/position||Seminar||Date||Organizer||Funding agency and amount (in Rupees)|
|1||Convener||National Seminar, “Sixty Years of the Working of Parliamentary Democracy in India: Experiences and Prospects”.||27th -28th June, 2012||Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Synod College.||ICSSR, New Delhi: Rs 2 Lakhs|
|2||Organizing Secretary||International Seminar, “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications”.||9th-10th October, 2014||Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Synod College.||ICSSR, New Delhi: Rs 4 lakhs
ICSSR-NERC, Shillong: 75 thousands.
|3||Joint Convener||National Seminar, “Women and Religion in India: Status and Quest for Liberation”||13th -14th November, 2015.||Internal Quality Assurance Cell, Synod College.||ICSSR, New Delhi: Rs.1.5 lakhs.
ICSSR-NERC: 60 thousands.
|4||Joint Convener||International Seminar, “Human Resource Development in South Asia: Capabilities, Challenges and Prospects”||16th-17th March, 2018.||Department of Economics and IQAC, Synod College, Shillong in association with South Asia Social Science R esearch Network (S AS SRN), India Chapter||Synod College|