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					                        Personnel         Biodata
Name :              Dr. B. D. Mandaokar

Designation : Scientist -“E”

Date of Birth : 05. 01. 1957.

Gender:        Male

Qualification: M.Sc, Ph.D. FPbs.

Marital Status : Married.

Languages known:         Marathi, English and Hindi.

Recognition: Joint Secretary of Palaeobotanical Society, India.

Nationality:     Indian.

Research area: Tertiary sediments of northeast India.

Field of Specialisation:     Palynology, Palaeopalynology, Fungi and Palaeobotany.

Paper published: Approximately 50 research paper published.

Permanent Address:         30, Gittikhadan Layout, Pratapnagar Road, (Maharashtra) Nagpur–
440022.

Address for Correspondence : Birbal Sahni Institute of Palaeobotany, 53, University road,
Lucknow – 226007

Telephone no: +91 – 0522- 2740959, Fax: +91-0522-2740485/2740098.

E- mail: bdmandokar@yahoo.com

Publication list:

1. Mandaokar, B.D. (1990). Palynology of Miocene rocks around Maibong, Assam.
      Geophytology. 20 (1): 24 -29.
2. Mandaokar, B.D. (1992). Fungal remains from Jeypore Colliery Tikak Parbat Formation,
      Assam, India. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci. 7: 79 -83.
3. Mandaokar, B.D. (1993). A palynological investigation of the Tikak Parbat Formation
      (Oligocene) of Dangri Kumari Colliery, Dibrugarh district, Assam, India. Tertiary
      Research. 14 (4): 127 -139.
4. Mandaokar, B.D. (1995).Morphotaxonomic advances of Polypodiaceous spores under light
       and scanning electron microscope from Ledo Colliery. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci. 10
       (1&2): 17 - 29.
5. Mandaokar, B.D. (1995). Stratigraphy of Ledo Colliery with special reference to Tikak
       Parbat Formation in Tinsukia district, Upper Assam. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci. 10
       (1&2): 5 -15.
6. Venkatachala, B.S., Saxena, R. K., Singh, H.P., Kar, R.K., Tripathi, S.K.M., Kumar, M.,
       & Ambwani, K. (1996). Indian Tertiary Angiosperm pollen: A critical assessment.
       Palaeobotanist. 43(2): 106 -138.
7. Mandaokar, B.D. (1996). A note on occurrence of reworked palynofossils in Tikak Parbat
       Formation Ledo Colliery of Barail Group, Assam, India. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci.
       11(1&2): 16 – 24.
8. Mandaokar, B.D. (1996). Dillisporites, a new genus from Dilli Colliery, Tikak Parbat
       Formation (Oligocene), Dibrugarh district, Assam, India. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci.
       11(1&2): 29 – 33.
9. Mandaokar, B.D. (1996). Palynology of coal bearing sediments of Tikak Parbat Formation,
       Dilli Colliery (Dilli – Jeypore Coalfields), Assam, India. Jour. Rec. Adv. Appli. Sci.
       11(1&2): 38 – 45.
10. Mandaokar, B.D. (1997). Dangripites, a new palynomorph from the Tikak Parbat
       Formation (Oligocene) of Dangri Kumari, Upper Assam. Palaeobotanist. 46 (3): 70 -72.
11. Mehrotra, R.C. & Mandaokar, B.D. (1998). Fossil wood resembling Duabanga from
       Tipam Sandstone of Makum Coalfield, Assam. Geophytology. 26(2): 99 -101.
12. Mandaokar, B.D. (1999). Occurrence of palynofossils from Tirap River Section (Disang
       Group) Tinsukia district, Assam, India. Palaeobotanist. 48: 239 – 243.
13. Mandaokar, B.D. (2000). Palynology of the coal bearing sediments of Tikak Parbat
       Formation (Oligocene) from Namchik River Section, Changlang district, Arunachal
       Pradesh. Tertiary Research. 20: 37 – 46.
14. Mandaokar, B.D. (2000). Palynology of the coal bearing sediments of Tikak Parbat
       Formation from Jeypore Colliery. Dilli –Jeypore coalfield, Assam, India. Jour.
       Palaeontol.Soc.India. 45: 173 – 185.
15. Mandaokar, B.D. (2000). Palynology and palaeoenvironment of the Bhuban Formation
       (Early Miocene) of Ramrikawn near Aizawl, Mizoram,India. Palaeobotanist. 49: 317 –
       324.
16. Mehrotra, R.C. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2000). Leaf impressions from Oligocene sediments
       of Manmao; Tirap district, Arunachal Pradesh, India. Palaeobotanist. 49: 311 – 315.
17. Mehrotra, R.C. , Mandaokar, B.D., Tiwari, R.P. & Rai, V. (2001). Teredolites clavatus
       from the Upper Bhuban Formation of Aizawl district, Mizoram, India. Ichnos. 8: 63 –
       68.

18 . Mandaokar, B.D. (2002). Palynological investigation of the Tikak Parbat Formation (Late
       Oligocene) of Borjan area, Nagaland, India. Minetech. 23: 19 -39.
19 . Mandaokar, B.D. (2002). An interpretation of the palynology and palaeoecology of the
       Early Miocene, Dulte Formation, Mizoram, India. Palaeobotanist. 51: 113 – 121.

20 . Mandaokar, B.D. (2002). Palynoflora from Keifang Formation (Early Miocene) Mizoram,
       India and its environmental significance. Jour. Palaeontol.Soc.India. 47: 77 – 83.

21. Mehrotra, R.C. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2002). A new leguminous fruit from the Middle
      Bhuban Formation of Aizawl, Mizoram, India. Jour. Geol. Soc. India. 60: 465 -466.

22. Agarwal, A. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2002). A leaf impression from Early Miocene of
       Mizoram, India. Phytomorphology. 52: 311 -314.

23 . Mandaokar, B.D. (2003). Palynology and palaeoecological consideration of Middle
       Bhuban Formation (Miocene), Lawngtlai, Mizoram, India. Gondwana. Geol. Magazine.
       Special Vol.6: 185 – 193.

24. Jouhri, A.K., Mandaokar, B.D., Mehrotra, R.C., Tiwari, R.P. and Singh, A.P. (2003).
       Corals and foraminifera from the Miocene (Upper Bhuban Formation) of Mizoram, India.
       Jour. Palaeont. Soc. India. 48: 135 -138.

25. Mandaokar,B.D., Mehrotra, R.C. and Mazumdar, B.I. (2004). Fossil woods from
      Middle Miocene sediments of Karimganj, Assam, India. Geophytology 32 (1&2) : 119 -
      121.

26. Mandaokar, B.D. (2004). Age and depositional environments of Upper Bhuban Formation
      of Champhai area (Eastern Mizo Hills) India. - a palynological approach. Palaeobotanist
      53 : 143 -153.

27. Venkatachala, B.S., Mandaokar, B.D. and Kar, R.K. (2004). Further observation on
       Meyeripollis Baksi & Venkatachala, 1970. Palaeobotanist 53 :169 -172.

28. Mandaokar, B.D. (2005). Palynostratigraphy of coal – bearing sediments of the Tikak
      Parbat Formation from Ledo Colliery, Makum Coalfield, Assam, India. Minetech 26
      (1): 46 -55.

29. Mandaokar, B.D. and Ambwani, K. (2005). Tertiary plants and Animal megafossils from
      Arunachal Pradesh, India. “Gleanings in Botanical Research Current Scenario”. Prof.
      C.G.K. Ramanujam Commemoration volume, 259 -265

30. Mandaokar, B.D., Upadhyay Rajeev & Mehrotra R.C. (2005). Animal remains from the
      Bhuban Formation of the Lunglei District, Mizoram . Jour. Geol. Soc. India. 65 : 624 -
      628. (Impact Factor Journal 0.42)
31. Kar, R.K., Mandaokar, B.D. & Kar Ratan (2005). Mycorrhizal fossil fungi from the
       Miocene sediments of Mizoram, Northeast India. Current Science 89 (2): 257 -
       259.(Impact Factor Journal 0.80)

32. Tewari, Rajni., Mandaokar,B.D. & Mehrotra, R.C.(2005). Fossil cuticles from the
       Oligocene sediments of northeast India. Jour. Appli. Bioscience. 31 (2): 90 -104.

33. Kar, R.K., Mandaokar, B.D. & Kar Ratan (2006). Fossil aquatic fungi from the Miocene
       sediments of Mizoram, Northeast India. Current Science 90 (3): 291 292. (Impact
       Factor Journal 0.80)

34. Agarwal, A., Prasad, M. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2006). A leguminous fossil wood from the
       lower Miocene sediments of Tuipang area, Mizoram, India. Jour. Appli. Bioscience. 32
       (2): 168 -173.

35. Chauhan, M.S., & Mandaokar, B.D. (2006). Pollen proxy records of vegetation and
      climate change during recent past in Southern Mozoram, India. Gond. Geol. Mag. 21
      (2): 115 -119.

36. Agarwal, A., & Mandaokar, B.D. (2007). A fossil fruit resembling Terminalia belerica
       (Gaertn) Roxb. from Sesawng, Bhuban Formation (Lower Miocene), Aizawl district,
       Mizoram. Phytomorphology 57 (1 &2) :59 -62.

37. Mandaokar, B.D. (2007). Depositional environment and age of the Bhuban Formation of
      Chawngte area, Mizoram, India. Gond. Geol. Mag. 22 (1): 37 - 46.

38. Prasad, M., Kapgate, D.K. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2007). Fossil wood Ailanthoxylon
       indicum Prakash from the Deccan intertrappean beds of Shibla, Yeotmal District,
       Maharashtra, India. Jour. Appli. Bioscience. 33 (2): 141 – 144.

39. Mandaokar, B.D., Chauhan, M.S. & Chatterjee, S. (2008). Fungal remains from late
      Holocene lake deposit of Demagiri, Mizoram, India and their palaeoclimatic
      implications. Jour. Palaeont. Soc. India. 53 (2): 197 -205.

40. Mandaokar, B.D. (2008). Meliola from Tertiary coal of Tipanpani Makum Coalfield, Assam
      and its environmental significance. Minetech 28 (4): 44 -49.

41. Mandaokar, B. D. (2008). Palynostratigraphy and palaeoenvironment of the Upper Bhuban
      Formation (Early Miocene) of Diltlang, Chhimtuipui district, Mizoram. Gond. Geol.
      Mag. 23 (2): 135-144.

42. Prasad. M., Agarwal, A. & Mandaokar, B.D. (2009). New Species of the Genus
       Anisopteroxylon from the Lower Sediments of Mizoram, India. Phytomorphology 59
       (1&2): 1 -6
43. Kar, R., Mandaokar, B.D. Kar, R.K. 2010. Fungal taxa from the Miocene sediments of
       Mizoram northeast India. Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology. 158 (3-4): 240-249.
       (Impact Factor Journal 1.226)

44. Mehrotra, R.C., & Mandaokar, B.D. (2010). First record of gymnosperm wood from the
      Tertiary sediments of North – east India. Geophytology 38 (1&2): 15 – 18.

45. Mandaokar B.D. (2011). Two new fossil fungi from the Ledo Colliery (Oligocene) Makum
      Coalfield, Assam, India. Gondwana Geological Magazine . 26(1):57 -62

46. Bera S.K., Mandaokar, B.D. & Dixit S 2011. Late Holocene vegetation development and
       climate fluctuations in and around Northeastern Tripura, India. Special Publication on
       Jour. Geol. Soc. India.

47. Mandaokar, B.D., Mukherjee, D. & Kapgate, D.K. (2012). A new arecoid fossil palm
      wood from the Deccan Intertrappean sediments of Dhaba, Maharashtra, India.
      J.Palaeontol. Soc. India. 57(1): 83 -89.

48. Mandaokar, B.D. & Mukherjee, D. (2012). Palynological investigation of early Miocene
      sediments exposed at Panruti, Cuddalore district,Tamil Nadu, India. International
      Journal of Geology, Earth and Environmental Sciences. 2(3): 157 – 175.

49. Mandaokar, B.D. & Ambwani, K. (2013). A new cocoid fossil palm peduncle from the
      Miocene sediments of Tripura. Geophytology.

50. Mandaokar, B.D. & Mukherjee, B. (2013). Fossil remains from the Miocene sediments of
      Paravur area Kerala district, India: their palaeoclimatic significance. Gondwana.
      Geol.Magazine.

51. Mandaokar, B.D. (MS). Dinoflagellate cysts from Bilkhawthlir – Rengtekawn in kolasib,
      district, Mizoram, India : their biostratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental implications .

52. Mandaokar, B.D. (MS). Stratigraphic and palaeoenvironmental significance of Miocene
       palynomorphs from Bhuban Formation (Early Miocene) Unakoti, Tripura, India.

				
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