department of Environmental Science
    Ph. D.

Masters in any Science/ Applied Science/ Engineering discipline with at least 55% marks or equivalent CGPA. At Bachelor's level the candidate must have attended Science/ Technology programme.

Admission Procedure

Selection of candidates will strictly be done on merit based on performance in the Entrance Test followed by Personal Interview.

Research Areas

Environmental Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Water and Soil Pollution, Hydro-geochemistry, Remediation of Toxic Substances, Air Pollution and Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Geomorphology, Regional Climate, Forest Ecology, Wildlife and Bio-diversity Conservation, Stress Physiology and Biochemistry, Vermiculture, Plant Nutrition and Soil Fertility Management, Hydrogeochemistry, Groundwater Modeling, Contaminant Transport, Heavy Metal Speciation, Isotope Fingerprinting, Soil and Water Pollution, Atmospheric Processes, Air and Noise pollution Monitoring and modelling , Environmental System Modelling, Urban Climate, Environmental Pollution, Climate Change: Vulnerability and Adaptation: Carbon Sequestration, Greenhouse gases management.

Fee Strucutre

Available in the University Admission Section.


Seats are reserved for SC / ST / OBC (NCL), Kashmiri Migrant and Person with Disability (PWD) candidates as per the Central Government rules. PWD candidates with at least 40% permanent disabilities will only be considered.


Dr. K. K. Baruah, Professor Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
Dr. K. P. Sarma, Professor Environmental Chemistry, Environmental Pollution, Remediation of Toxic Substances
Dr. R. R. Hoque, Associate Professor Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Air Pollution
Dr. A. K. Das, Associate Professor Geomorphology
Dr. A. L. Devi, Assistant Professor Forest Ecology (Population Ecology an Regeneration Ecology), Conservation of Biological Diversity
Dr. N. Gogoi, Assistant Professor Plant Physiology and Biochemistry
Dr. S.S.Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor Vermiculture,  Plant Nutrition & Soil Fertility Management
Dr. M. Kumar, Assistant Professor

Hydrogeochemical Processes, Groundwater modeling,
Urban hydrology, contaminant transport, Heavy metal speciation;
Isotope fingerprinting, Sil and water pollution

Dr. S. Mitra

Environmental Science - Environmental Chemistry; 
Environmental Pollution, Climate change: Vulnerability and Adaptation; Carbon sequestration, Greenhouse gases management.

Dr. A. Prakash Atmospheric Processes, Air and Noise Pollution Monitoring and Modeling, Environmental System Modeling. Urban Climate