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Dr. Jayant Biswas,
M.Sc., Ph.D.
National Cave Research and
Protection Organization, India

Director (Research Wing)

3/40 Civil Lines,
Raipur, 492001 C.G., INDIA
Cell.: 09301036370

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Some Milestone Achievements of Dr Jayant Biswas

Year 1990 Obtained Ph.D. degree from Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University, Raipur (then Madhya Pradesh); Subject- Bioscience, specification- Biospeleology.
Year 1991-97/98 Worked on Biomass Research Centre for 8 years, then established by Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources, Govt. of India under Pt. Ravishankar Shukla University.
➽Published a Monograph on Indigenous fast growing fuel-wood producing tree species suitable for the agro-climatic zone of Central-east zone of India.
➽Besides developing nursery technology, supervised various plantation programs during this period.
➽ Bagged “Young Scientist Award” MPCOST, Bhopal, M.P., India.
Year 1999-2005 Professionally engaged in Print & Web designing works. Designed various Environmental protection related Posters, Brochures & Display boards for various Government departments, Educational Institutions and NGOs

Year 2006 Organized a society with various up-coming environmentalists of India to work on the cave research and on their conversational issues. Society get registered from Government of India as the national society, NATIONAL CAVE RESEARCH AND PROTECTION ORGANIZATION

> Year 2007-08 Alongwith organized team, started scientific exploration of the caves of Chhattisgarh. The first cave explored was Mandhip Khol (cave) of Chhattisgarh, India with the help of Italian Speleo-geologists. Police protection by state government was given to us suring this expedition. A series of subterranean caves have been scientifically explored by his team members.

Year 2009Following the manifesto of the organization, established a full-fledged Research Laboratory with the various sophisticated scientific instrument to conduct research in the field of Cave Science. Till date, various PG students and Research scholars, not only from the Reputed Indian institutes but also from abroad joined the institution.

Year 2010On behalf of organization signed MOU with few International institutions and started work as a collaborator on various aspects of cave science.
➽ Stood beside the villagers of Nongkhlieh of Jaintia Hills, Meghalaya, opposing a big plant of limestone extraction to be installed in limestone-rich Jaintia Hills district of Meghalaya which would definitely spoil the world's one of the largest cave “Krem Liat Parah” exist in that zone. After the petition forwarded by the organization, the Govt. of India compelled to stop the project decision and to revise the whole process.

Year 2011While working with Internationally reputed chiropterologist Dr. Manuel Ruedi, identified two new species of microchiropteran bats, 'Murina pluvialis' & Murina jaintiana from the caves of Jantia Hills.

Year 2012/13Succeed to give the caves of Chhattisgarh an international reorganization, published more than 20 research, review, and general articles on the caves of Chhattisgarh, in various reputed international journals and magazines.

Year 2014 To promote field related research works started a Scientific Journal, “Ambient Science” as Editor in Chief which is presently indexed in “Web of Science” UGC listed, having NAAS score .

Year 2015 For the first time from Central India a Research Paper co-authored by Dr. Jayant Biswas get published in . Nature Group of Publication (Nature Communication) on paleoclimatology with internationally renowned scientists, Prof Ashish Sinha (California) & Prof. Hai Cheng (Minnesota).

Year 2016 An article on Caves Conversational Issue of India published in “Down to Earth” (the most prestigious magazine of India) included as Parliamentary documentation of India on April 2016.

Year 2017 Associated as an expert with a local team of Bastar youth tribals for wild cave exploration and prepare them for their protection. The group explored so many new caves.

Year 2018 Organized an International Colloquium (as Convener) on the issue of "Strengthening Green Economy in India" at Raipur, which was attended by more than 150 national and International delegates. ➽ Proud to be a part of the international project, the output of which gave birth to a new age of the world “Meghalayan Age” on April 2016.