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Jatindra Nath Samanta
Father’s Name : Shri Haripada Samanta.
Nationality : Indian.
Date of Birth : 4th May, 1982.
Sex : Male.
Present Address : DMAPR (ICAR), Boriavi,
Permanent Address : C/o: Haripada Samanta
P.S: Pathar Pratima.
Marital Status : Single.
Blood group : O+
Language Known : Bengali, Hindi and English.
1. Samanta, J. N., Mandal, K. and Maiti, S. (2012) A noval pathovar of Xanthomonas
axonopodis causes gumming of guggal. European Journal of Plant Pathology (In
2. Samanta, J.N, Sarvanan, R and Mandal, K (2011) Soil moisture levels influence
growth, photosynthetic competence and oleo–gum–resin yield of guggal
(Commiphora wightii). J. Trop. Forest Sc. (In Press).
3. Samanta, J. N. and Mandal. K. (2011). First report of hog-plum (Spnodias pinnata L.)
leaf spot disease from India, Australian Plant Disease Notes. 40: DOI 10 1007/s 13314
4. Y. Kumar., J.N. Samanta., K. Mandal and N.A. Gajbhiye (2011) Phenotypic,
Pathogenic, Molecular and Phylogenetic Comparison of Aloe Rot Causing Bacteria
Isolated from Three Continents. Indian Phytopathology. 64(4): 329- 334.
5. Mandal, K., Samanta, J. N., Maiti, S. and Kamboj, R.D. (2011) Myth and facts of
guggal gum tapping. The Indian Forester. 137(11): 1346-1347.
6. R. Sarvanan., K. Mandal., S. Gutam., J.N. Samanta and S. Kumar (2010) Changes in
photosynthesis related parameters in Isabgol (Plantago ovate) under downy mildew
infection. Indian J. Plant Physiol. 15 (4): 401-405.
7. Samanta, J.N., Solanki, B.D. and Mandal, K (2009) First report of sweet wormwood
leaf blight disease from India, Australian Plant Disease Notes.4: 78-79.
8. Samanta, J. N., Mandal, K. and Maiti, S. (2011) Tapping on guggal trees for gum
extraction. In “Proceedings of National Workshop on Conservation and Sustainable
Utilization of Guggal” held at Gandhinagar, Gujarat, India during 15–16 September,
9. Samanta, J. N., Mandal, K. and Maiti, S. (2012) Changes in chlorophyll content and
gas exchangeparameters in guggal leaves infected with Xanthomonas axonopodis. In
“Proceeding of National Seminar on Physiological and Molecular Interventions on
Sustainable Crop Productivity under Changing Climatic Conditions” held at AAU,
Anand, Gujarat, India during 17 January, 2012.
10. Samanta, J.N. and Mandal, K. Different gene sequences (20 genes) isolated from
Bacteria, Fungi and Phytoplasma strains and have been deposited in the GenBank
nucleic acid sequence database (NCBI) under the accession no of GU362078 to
GU362080, GU980708, JF905637, JN621247 to JN621257, JQ063124, JN898927 to
Examination passed Board / University Year Division
JJT University (Working on DMAPR
PhD in Biotechnology 2009 continuing -
(ICAR), Anand, Gujarat
Vinayaka Missions University,
M. Sc. in Biotechnology 2007 1st 67%
B. Sc. in Microbiology Calcutta University
2004 2nd 59.5%
Higher Secondary West Bengal Council of Higher
2001 1st 66.5%
(10+2) Secondary Education
West Bengal Board of Secondary
SSC (10th ) 1998 1st 69%
Presently working as a “Senior Research Fellow” in “Directorate of Medicinal and
Aromatic Plants” (Indian Council of Agriculture Research). Anand, Gujarat, since
Attended three months “Summer Training Course” at Indian Institute of Chemical
Biology (A Unit of CSIR) Jadavpur, Kolkata. Project Conducted under Infectious
Disease & Immunology Division, Cholera Group.
Attended 6 Seminar/workshops.
Life Member of the Medicinal and Aromatic plants association of India (MAPAI),
Member of Indian Phytopathological Society (IPS), India.
Youth Parliament Certificate (Govt. of West Bengal).
Diploma in Tabla (Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad).
Dr. Kunal Mandal, Principal Scientist, Pl. Pathology, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. P. Manivel. Principal Scientist. Plant Science, email@example.com
Dr. V.S. Rana. Sr. Scientist. Phytochemistry, firstname.lastname@example.org
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knowledge and nothing has been concealed and distorted.
Place: Anand, India
(Jatindra Nath Samanta)