Mr. Wanshanskhem Ryndem

Name Mr. Wanshanskhem Ryndem
Contact Information [email protected]/ 9774572115
Department Geography
Designation Assistant Professor
Qualification M.A(UGC – NET Qualified)
Area of Interest Physical Geography, Water management and Remote Sensing and GIS
Date of Joining
Research Projects
• Bio-diversity: A viable food source (A case study at Umdihar village-Ri Bhoi District, Meghalaya
• Agriculture and socio-economic condition of Umniangbyrnai-Parila village: Ri-Bhoi district
• Agricultural Practices at Umdihar village: Ri Bhoi District
On-Going Project
Forest fire: It’s impact on the biodiversity of Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya’
Publications
1.Chapter in Books: “Preserving Socio-Cultural identity in exile (A case study on Tibetan community in Shillong”, in book entitled Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications, Akansha Publication, ISBN 978 81-8570-478-8, 2016. Edited by Kwilly Nongrum and A.P Warjri 2016
2.International journal: “The issue of gender discrimination in Meghalaya with special reference to East Khasi Hills” published in IOSR journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Vol. 19, Issue 4, April 2014.
Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations
a) “Forest fire-Its impact on the biodiversity of Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya” at a National Seminar held at St Mary’s College, Shillong in May 2013.
b) “The issue of Gender Discrimination in Meghalaya with special reference to East Khasi Hills” at the National Seminar on “Religion vis-à-vis Socio-Political, Ecological and Gender Issues: A Historical Perspective” held in the college campus on the 10th and 11th October 2013.
c) “Eco-Tourism: A means to eradicate rural poverty through unveiling new Eco-destination” at the National Seminar on “National Conference on Biodiversity and Environment, NCBE-2014” held in the Shillong Science Center, The North-Eastern Hill University (NEHU) on the 10th – 12th February 2014.
d) “Preserving Socio-Cultural identity in exile (A case study on Tibetan community in Shillong” at the International Seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” held in the college campus on the 9th and 10th October 2014.