Centre for Himalayan Studies (CHS)

Dr. Ujjwal Bhui

Dr. Ujjwal Bhui

M.A., Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Members of Learned Societies: 01

Contact Addresses:

Phone +91- 9474687544 / 7063676207
Mailing Address Centre for Himalayan Studies, University of North Bengal, Raja Rammohunpur, P.O.- NBU, Dist- Darjeeling, West Bengal, Pin -734013, India.
e-Mail [email protected]

Subject specialization: Industrial Sociology, Labour & Social Welfare

Areas of Research Interest: Social Dynamics

No. of Ph.D. students:    (a) Supervised: 01      (b) Ongoing: 04 .

No. of M.Phil. students: (a) Supervised: 0 4       (b) Ongoing: 04.

No. of Publications:        13

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Selective List of Publications:

  1. “Issue of Uniform Civil Code in India and the opinion of the Kolkata Muslims” in Indian Journal of Human Rights and the Law, Serials Publications, New Delhi (India), Vol.4, Numbers 1-2, January- December, 2007, pp.139-167, ISSN: 0973-0818
  2. “Gorkhaland Movement and Ethnic Conflicts in Dooars: Some Observations and Opinions” in The Himalayan Miscellany, Vol.19 & 20, December 2008 & 2009, ISSN No.0970 – 4922
  3. “A Sociological Study of Some Tourist Service Providing Occupational Groups in Darjeeling”in The Himalayan Miscellany, Vol.21 & 22, December 2010 & 2011, Page No.78-97, ISSN No.0970–4922
  4. “Livelihood in the Era of Global Tourism: A Sociological Study of Some Tourist Service providing occupational Groups in Darjeeling Himalaya”, Occasional Paper No.20, Centre for Himalayan Studies, University of North Bengal, 2013
  5. “Impact of Mountain Tourism on Society and Environment: A Sociological Study of Tourism in Darjeeling” in The Himalayan Miscellany, Vol.23, 2012, Page Nos.7-36, ISSN No.0970–4922
  6. “Mountain-forest-Society Interaction: Focus, the Indian Himalayas” in The Himalayan Miscellany, Vol. 24, 2013, Page No.14-32, ISSN No.0970–4922
  7. Floriculture in Sikkim: Some Observations on its Present Status and Scopein The Himalayan Miscellany, Vol.25, 2014Page No.61-73, ISSN No.0970–4922
  8. “Gorkhaland Movement: Its Past, Present, and Future” in Socialist Perspective, Vol. 41 No. 3-4, December 2013-March 2014, Page No. 159-172, ISSN 0970-8863
  9. “Women Empowerment through Self Help Groups: A Means for Emerging Self Identity” in the Journal of Women’s Studies, Vol-6, March 2015, ISSN-2320-3625
  10. “Modernity and Environment in the Himalayas: A Case Study of Darjeeling Himalaya”, in Population, Urbanization and Changing State of Environment, Vol.23, 2012, Page No. 304-316, ISBN: 978-93-84671-04-4
  11. “Quest for Identity or Development, or for Both: An Assessment of the Desirable Alternatives in Darjeeling Himalaya”, is accepted for publication in Nrtattv: The Anthropology, Vol-4, No.7 July-Dec 2014 & Vol.5, No.8 Jan-June 2015, ISSN: 2249-9830
  12. “Microsociology of Inter-Ethnic Relationships: A Study in Darjeeling District and Dooars since the Formation of Gorkhaland Territorial Administration” is accepted for publication in South Asian Anthropologist, March, 2016.
  13. “Trafficking of Women and Girls in North Bengal with special reference to Darjeeling Hills: Some Observations and Opinions” is accepted for publication in theJournal of Women’s Studies, Vol-6, March 2016, ISSN-2320-3625