Ms. Deepjyoti Nath

Ms. Deepjyoti Nath
M.A., M. Phil.
Assistant Professor

Department of Political Science
Date of Joining: 05/02/2018
Mobile: +919711270508
Area of Specialization: Political Theory, Political Ecology, Public Administration in India


Name of DegreeYear of awardName of the Awarding Authority
B.A.2012Dibrugarh University
M.A.2014Dibrugarh University
NET2015CBSE-UGC, New Delhi
M Phil2016JNU, Delhi
Ph.D (Pursuing)JNU, Delhi (Pursuing)


Name of the InstituteTotal No. of Completed Years in ServiceYear of Joining
Biswanath College3 Years2018


Name of the committeePosition heldInstituteDuration
Biswanath College Institution’s Innovation CellPresidentBiswanath CollegeTwo Years


  • Coordinator of International virtual seminar on “”Socio-Economic Development and Ethnic Conflict: Narratives from North-East India”.
  • Coordinator of Multidisciplinary Career Counseling Series- Entrepreneurship organised by IIC, Biswanath College, 20 Aug, 2020.
  • Coordinator of “Ideathon-A Competition of Innovative Business Ideas” in collaboration with Assam Startup-the Nest, Calcutta Innovation Park.


Name of the programDuration (in days)Organizing InstituteYear
Social Science winter School7 DaysPondicherry University in collaboration with French National Research Institute2018
Innovation Ambassador3 DaysMinistry of Human Resource Development2020
Faculty Induction Programme30 DaysUGC-HRDC Pondicherry University2021

Area of research interest: Political Economy and Ecology


  • Paper presented in UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Media and its socio-economic Impacts on The Present Society” organized by Department of Economics, Teok Chandra Kamal Borah College. The title of the paper is “Portrayal of Woman in Television-Commercials: An analysis from Gender Perspective”. The paper is published in the book “Media and Society”, ISBN number: 978-93- 82030-65-2, UNIKA PRAKASHAN.
  • Paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Democracy, Human rights and Nation Building in India: Issues and challenges organized by Duliajan College. The title of the paper is “Good Governance and Right to Environment: A Critical Study of the Modern state intervention in the River-centric Assamese society.”
  • Paper presented in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Bridging the gap: Mainstream Politics and the Identity Movement in North-east India. The title of the paper is “Nationalism in Postcolonial societies: Indian Nation Building and the hidden Issues of the Assam Movement.”
  • Presented research paper titled “With or Without Agro-Chemicals “: Exploring Organic Farming and Agricultural Policies in Contemporary Assam” in ICSSR sponsored international Seminar on Environmental Degradation and Sustainable development: Local+Regional+Global” in GOSSAIGAON College dated 3rd, 4th and 5th February, 2020.
  • Presented research paper titled “Hydropower And Sustainable Development: India’s Quest For Energy Security And The Lower Subansiri Hydro-Electric Project” in ASTEC sponsored National Seminar on “Advances in Bio-diversity and Traditional Knowledge for Sustainable development: Special Reference to NE India” in Biswanath College on 10th August and 11th August, 2020.


  • Nath Deepjyoti, “Portrayal of Woman in Television-Commercials: An analysis from Gender Perspective”, Media and Society,  ISBN number: 978-93-82030-65-2.
  • Nath Deepjyoti, “Hydrocracy and Citizenship: Flood Control Policy in Brahmaputra Valley and Its Impact on Assamese Society”, Indus, ISSN number of the journal is 2347-8748, 2016.
  • Nath Deepjyoti, “River ecology in The Post-colonial state: Colonial Anxiety and The Transformation of River-centric Human Lives in India”, Journal of Politics, an Annual publication of the Department of Political science, Dibrugarh University,  ISSN-2277-5617, 2017.
  • Nath Deepjyoti, “Colonial Hydraulic Intervention and its impact on the River Control Policy in Post-Independent India”, International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature (IMPACT: IJRHAL), ISSN (P)-2347-4564 ISSN(E)-2321-8878, August, 2017.