1. Baruah, N. D. and Bhattacharyya, P. Some theorems on the explicit evaluation of Ramanuajn's theta-functions.

2. Baruah, N. D. and Saikia, N. Some new explicit values of Ramanujan's continued fractions.

3. Dutta, S. Modelling count data with high proportion of zeros (M.L.E. calculation using Simulated Annealing).

4. Hazarika, M. and Arora, S.C. Minimal reducing subspaces of the unilateral shift operator on an operator weighted sequence space.

5. Hazarika, M. and Arora, S.C. Hypercyclic operator weighted shifts.

6. Kalita, P., Choudhury, H. and Borah, M. Factor affecting the use of contraception : a case study of Assam, based on multivariate analysis.

1. Hazarika, M. and Arora, S. C. On similarity of operator valued weighted shifts and operator valued weighted sequence spaces.

2. Hazarika, D. and Sarma, R. D. Connectedness and local connectedness in intuitionistic fuzzy topological spaces.

1. Baruah N. D. On some of Ramanujan's Schläfli-type "Mixed" modular equations.

2. Baruah N. D. and Saikia, N. Some general theorems on the explicit evaluations of Ramanujan's cubic continued fractions.

3. Laskar, S. K., Bhattacharyya, A. K. and Choudhury, P. Identification and depth-determination of subsurface magnetic causatives in Lanka-Kaki area of Kopili valley, Assam.

4. Sarma, R. D., Hazarika, D. and Sharfuddin, A. Extremally disconnected spaces in L-topological spaces.

1. Kalita, P., Choudhury, H. and Borah, M. A path model of fertility behaviour.

1. Baruah N. D. Modular equations for Ramanujan's cubic continued fraction.

2. Borah, M. and Begum, R. A. Some Properties of Poisson-Lindley and its derived distributions.

3. Chakraborty, S. and Borkakati, A. K. Effect of variable viscosity on laminar convection flow of an electrically conducting fluid in uniform magnetic field.

4. Dubey, B., Das, B. and Hussain, J. A model for two competing species with self and cross-diffusion.

5. Kalita, P., Choudhury, H. and Borah, M. Son preference and its influence on additional desired fertility.

6. Kalita, P., Choudhury, H. and Borah, M. An econometric study of some selected socio-demographic variables on fertility by age group.

7. Sarma, R. D. and Hazarika D. A Urysohn lemma type result for extremelly disconnected spaces.

1. Baruah, N. D. On some class invariants of Ramanujan.

2. Borah, M. and Nath, A. D. Poisson Lindley and some of its mixture distributions.

3. Dubey, B., Das B. and Hussain J. A predator-prey interaction model with self and cross-diffusion.

1. Dubey, B. and Hussain, J. Time delay model for the depletion of forestry resources.

2. Kalita, P., Choudhury, H. and Borah, M. A conceptual model of fertility behaviour.

3. Nath, A. D. and M. Borah, A study on Charlier type Lagrangian probability distributions.

1. Borah, M. and Nath, A. D. A class of Hermite type Lagrangian distributions.

1. Baruah, N. D. On some of Ramanujan's identities for eta functions.

2. Baruah, N. D. A few theta-function identities and some of Ramanujan's modular equations.

3. Borah, M., Choudhury, H. and Paul, S. K. Analysis of tea quality data using multiple response regression model.

4. Borah, M. and Nath A. D. A study on the inflated Poisson Lindley distribution.

5. Borkakati, A. K. and Chakrabarty, S. Unsteady free convective MHD flow between two heated vertical parallel plates.

6. Dubey, B. Das, B. Modelling the interaction of two predators competing for a prey in a diffusive system.

7. Dubey, B. and Hussain, J. Modelling the interaction of two biological species in a polluted environment.

8. Dubey, B. and Hussain, J. A model for the allelopathic effect on two competing species.

9. Laskar, S. K. A note on uniqueness of depth-determination from observed potential field data.

10. Nath, A. D. and Borah, M. The short Poisson-Poisson-Lindley distribution.

1. Nath, A. D. and Borah, M. Lagrangian Charlier type distributions.

1. Borkakati. A. K. and Chakrabarty S. Unsteady free convection MHD flow between two heated vertical parallel plates in induced magnetic field.

2. Chakrabarty, S. Soret effect and convective mass transfer MHD flow with induced magnetic field past an infinite vertical porous plate.

3. Dubey, B. and Das, B. Model for the survival of species dependent on resource in industrial environments.

4. Laskar S. K. Computation of gradients of a potential field from observed boundary data.

1. Ahmed, Z. H., Pandit, S. N. N. and Borah, M. Genetic algorithms for the travelling salesman problem with fixed position constraints.

2. Ahmed, Z. H., Pandit, S. N. N. and Borah, M. Genetic algorithms for the Min-Max travelling salesman problem.

3. Borah, M. and Begum, R. A. Some properties of Poisson mixing infinitely divisible distribution.

1. Borah, M. and Begum, R. A. A class of discrete probability distributions applicable in queueing theory.

1. Borkakati, A. K. and Chakrabarty S. MHD flow and heat transfer of a dusty visco-elastic liquid down an inclined channel in porous medium.

2. Borkakati, A. K. and Chakrabarty, S. Stratification effect on MHD flow and heat transfer of a dusty elastic fluid down an inclined channel in porous medium under variable viscosity.

3. Borkakati, A. K. and Chakrabarty, S. A note on MHD flow and heat transfer of a dusty visco-elastic down an inclined channel in porous medium.

4. Dubey, B. Depletion & subsequent conservation of forestry resource biomass: a mathematical model.

1. Dubey, B. A resource based competition model: Effect of population.

2. Dubey, B. Time delay model for degradation of forestry resources.

3. Dubey, B. Modelling the depletion of forestry resources: Effects of two interacting populations.

4. Dubey, B. and Das, B. Models for the migrating populations in a forested grassland.

5. Phukon, T. C. and Sarmah, B. P. Relativistic homologous collapse beyond nuclear density and the theory of supernova shock formation.

1. Borah, M. and Pandit, S. N. N. Reliability of series systems with standbys.

1. Dubey, B. Modelling the effect of toxicant on forestry resources.

1. Dubey, B. Mathematical models for fishery resources in a polluted marine environment.

Updated by Dr. R. K. Nath during January 17-28, 2019.