Assistant Professor
1. Name of Dept.:- History
2. Full Name (In Block letter): SAGAR SIMLANDY
3. Fathers Name: Chandra Kanta Simlandy
4. Address: ( i)Official: Sripat Singh College,Post- Jiaganj,Dist.-Murshidabad, Pin.- 742123. (ii) Permanent: 47/4 A.C.Road, By Lane-1, Indrapastha, Post- khagra Dist.- Murshidabad, Pin- 742103.
5. Date of Birth: 02/11/1977
6. Gander: Male
7. Category : OBC-B
8. Subject: History
9. Specialisation: 18th Century India
10. Designation : Assistant Professor, Stage-2
11. Date of Appointment/Joining: 06/04/2010
12. Nature of Post: Substantive
13. Mobile number: 9433567680
14. E-mail: [email protected]
15. Academic Qualification: M.A. B.ED. SET-2008.
16. Total Teaching Experience : 10+ Year, Under Graduate : 10+Years Post Graduate : 8+ Years (DODL)
17. Membership: Member of Indian History Congress & life member of Paschimbanga Itihas Sansad
18. Editorship of Book: Many Faces of Post- Independent Bengal
19. Research Work: See ANNEXURE-1


1. Rabindranath O Bharatiyatwa, prayag prakashani,Edited by Dr. Amal Modak, ISBN No-81-89820-45-9, Rabindra mansay “jatigata samasa” Bharatitar antarai noy: a short summary.pp-141-150.

2. Itihas Anusandhan-28, Pashimbanga Itihas Samsad,Kolkata, ISBN-978-81-910874-4-4, Madhyayugar Itihas Rup Groswami”s “ Sree Padyabali” Pratham Kabita Sankalon.pp-1160-1161.

3. Central India Journal of Historical and Archaeological Research –A peer Reviewed and An International Journal, vol-5, April to June-2016, No-18,Editor: Dr. Vinay Shrivastava, ISSN NO-2277-4157,Vaikom Satyagraha And The Roll of Sree Narayana Guru.pp-97-100.

4. Central India Journal of Historical and Archaeological Research –A peer Reviewed and An International Journal, vol-3, October to December -2014, No-10,Editor: Dr. Vinay Shrivastava, ISSN NO-2277-4157,Environmental Ideas of Asoka in Inscription.pp-16-19.

5. Global Journal of Engineering, Science &Social Science Studies-vol-01,issue-3,Feb. 2015,ISSN NO-2394-3084, Editor: Dr. Nitin Tiwari,” Problems and Prospects of Indo- Bangladesh Economic Cooperation”,pp-13-16. Peer Reviewed Impact Factor-2.517.

6. International Journal of Ecosystem, 2015, 5(3A): 89-92 DOI:10.5923/c.ije.201501.13 p-ISSN: 2165-8889 e-ISSN: 2165-8919, Editor:Velu Rasiah, Importance of Groundwater as Compatible with Environment, Page no-89-92.

7. Sufism in India Interpretative Essays, Ashadeep, Kolkata, sept, 2016, Edited by Emili Rumi & Swapan Kumar Sarkar, ISBN No.-978-93-81245-76-7,Sufism and its Import ants in our Society, pp-141-150.

8. Proceedings of the Popular uprisings in the Jungle Mahal 19th and 20th century), Art Collection, Durgapur, June-2017, Edited by Kakoli Tah & Mantu Barai, ISBN No. 978-81-929882-0-7, The Impact of British Forest Act the Tribals, pp-227-237.

9. Itihas O Sanskriti, Vol.-III, Part-3, year-2017, S.P.Communication Private Ltd., Kol.-700009, Editied by Mukhuk Das, ISBN No.-978-81-934244-2-1, Banglar Sanskriti O udbastu Samassa, pp-287-292.

10. Dynamics in Biology Life Science for Next Generation), Akinik Publications, New Delhi-110085, Editied by Dr. Ashim Chakravorty, ISBN No.-978-93-87072-44-2, Traditional Knowledge and Seed biopiracy a review, pp-129-138.

11. Many Faces of Post-Independent Bengal, Ashadeep, Kol.-700009, Editied by Dr. Sharmila Dutta Banik & Sagar Simlandy, ISBN No.-978-93-81245-68-2, Bangla Bivajon O Udbastu Samassa, pp-189-154.

12. Probing New Dimensions of Medieval History, Radha Publication, New Delhi-110002, Editied by Dr. Vinay Shrivastava, ISBN No.-978-81-7487-959-2, Education in Bengal and Development of Bengali Literature in Medieval Period, pp-302-309.

13.Indo- Bangladesh Relation Comprehensive and Contemporary Perpective, Avenel Press,Burdwan, Editied by Subhajit Ghosh & Alok Kumar Biswas, ISBN No-978-93-80736-14-3, Indo-Bangladesh Economic Co-operation: A Brief Study”, pp-147-153.

14. IRA-International Journal of Management &Social Sciences, Vol.-04, Issue-01, 2016, ISSN-2455-2267, Editied by Institute of Research Advances, “The Glorious Days of Silk Trade in Malda District and its Legacy.”Pp-100-105.

15. Glacier Journal of Scientific Research, July Issue, 2015, ISSN No-2349-8498(PRINT), ISSN No-2349-8501(ONLINE), “Concept of Ahimsa: Goutam Buddha and Woman”pp-01-09. Peer Reviewed, Impact Factor-3.508.

16. International Research Journal of Human Resources & Social Sciences, Vol-5, Issue-03, March-2018, ISSNO): 2349-4085, ISSNP): 2394-4218, Impact Factor-5.414, Editied by Associated Asia Research Foundation, “The Glorious Days of Silk Trade in Murshidabad District and its Legacy.”Pp-81-88.

17. Central India Journal of Historical and Archaeological Research –A peer Reviewed and An International Journal, vol-5, October to December-2016, No-20, Editor: Dr. Vinay Shrivastava, ISSN NO-2277-4157, “Nature of Silk Trade in Murshidabad, Birbhum and Malda Under The British Rule An its Legacy.” Pp-86-90.

18. Women Empowerment A Myth or Reality, Delton Publishing House P) Ltd., Delhi, 2019, Editied by Prabhat Kumar Singh & Amit Bhowmick, ISBN NO.-978-93-87631-23-6, Women Empowerment in the Light of Ancient India and its Relevance, pp-73-82.

19. Symbiosis Synthesis Syncretism South Asia Through Ages, Edited by Ashif Zamal Lasker & Dipankar Biswas, Book Space publication, Kolkata, ISBN No.-978-81-940672-3-8, “Similarty and Difference in the Modus Operandi of the ASEAN and the SAARC”, PP-204-211.

20. BASUNDHARA, Edited by Dr. Sutapa Sarangi & Sri Pranjal Kumar Chakravarti, Robi Prokash publication, Kolkata, ISBN No.-978-81-936881-0-6, “Murshidabad Jaler Sikha O Sanaskritir Bistare Cossimebazer Raj”, pp-196-205.



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