Shri Kwilly Nongrum

Name Shri Kwilly Nongrum
Contact Information [email protected], 9862435944
Department Geography
Designation Associate Professor and HOD
Qualification M.A., M.Phil
Area of Interest Physical Geography, Environmental and Economic Geography
Date of Joining 1.7.1997
Research Projects
• ‘Diversification of Agricultural Practices: Passion Fruit Farming A Booster For Rural Economy-Meghalaya
• ‘Exploring into horticulture practices for enhancement of rural economy- A case of floriculture in Meghalaya
• ‘Impact of tea cultivation on the environment of Meghalaya’ ( A case study of Ri-Bhoi district)
• ‘Innovative utilization of bamboo- A viable option to upscale the rural livelihood in rural Meghalaya
• Supplementation of household income through diversified agricultural practices- A venture into strawberry cultivation in Meghalaya
• 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
Publications
1. Re-evaluating the potential of, bamboo shoot for the enhancement of rural livelihood- A case study of Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya jn “Innovative Resourcing Empowering Livelihood”. Edited by Dr D.Wanswett,2009.
2. Tea cultivation and Bio-diversity, A case study of Ri Bhoi district in Species Extinction in Meghalaya. Edited by Dr D. Marngar & Dr Radiancy.D.Lyngdoh, 2011.
3. “Undocumented Migration: A Societal Dilemma for Recipient Regions of South Asia with Special Reference to Meghalaya-India”, in book entitled Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications, Akansha Publication, ISBN 978 81-8570-478-8, 2016
4. “Pattern of migration in South Asia with reference to the spatial patterns of urbanization and distribution of migrants in Meghalaya”. in book entitled Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications, ISBN 978-81-8370-474-8 (2016)
Conference/Seminar/Workshop Presentations
1. “Re-evaluating the potential of, bamboo shoot for the enhancement of rural livelihood- A case study of Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya” at a National Seminar on In Innovative Resourcing Empowering Livelihood, Synod College Shillong 2011..
2. “Forest fire-Its impact on the biodiversity of Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya” at a National Seminar on “Burning Environmental issues: Risk to Biodiversity and human health with special reference to North East India” held at St Mary’s College, Shillong on the 15th-16th May 2013
3. “Undocumented Migration: A Societal Dilemma for Recipient Regions of South Asia with Special Reference to Meghalaya-India”, International Seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” held at Synod College on the 9th and 10th October 2014.
4. “Pattern of migration in South Asia with reference to the spatial patterns of urbanization and distribution of migrants in Meghalaya” International Seminar on “Human Migration in South Asia: Dynamics and Implications” held at Synod College on the 9th and 10th October 2014.
Books Published
0. “Climate Change, Environmental Impact:Human Ethics in Question” edited by Merostar Rani, Richard M Lyngdoh , Kwilly Nongrum 2011.
1. “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.