Dr. Nabadweep Chamuah

Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics
  • Phone No. - 7002299494
  • Department - Department of Electronics
  • Designation - Assistant Professor


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NET June 2013, December, 2013, June 2014


Title of the Thesis Year of award Awarding university
Design consideration of low-cost surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) substrate for various sensing applications 2019 Tezpur University

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List of Publication

Url/Link Year Name of Paper Name of co-authors Title of Journal Issue Vol Page No Month and year of Publication Impact Factor of the Journal No of citation Is journal is included in UGC CARE Is included in Scopus/web of science
View 2020 Wide-field multi-modal microscopic imaging using smartphone D. Rabha, S. Biswas, N. Chamuah, M. Mandal, and P. Nath Optics and Lasers in Engineering 137 106343 2020 4.273 Yes Yes
View 2020 Estimation of trace-mercury concentration in water using a smartphone D. Hatiboruah, T. Das, N. Chamuah, D. Rabha, B. Talukdar, U. Bora, K. U. Ahamad, and P. Nath Measurement 107507 2020 3.364 9 Yes Yes
View 2019 Blu-ray DVD as SERS substrate for reliable detection of albumin, creatinine and urea in urine N. Chamuah, A. Saikia, A. M. Joseph, and P. Nath Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 285 108-115 2019 7.100 12 Yes Yes
View 2018 Gold-coated electrospun PVA nanofibers as SERS substrate for detection of pesticides N. Chamuah, N. Bhuyan, P. P. Das, N. Ojah, A. J. Choudhary, T. Medhi, et al Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical 273 710-717 2018 7.100 29 Yes Yes
View 2018 A physicochemical characterisation of a medieval herbal ink, Mahī, of Assam, India, B. R. Goswami, N. Chamuah, and R. K. Dutta, Coloration Technology 134 450-463 2018 1.500 2 Yes Yes
View 2017 SERS on paper: an extremely low cost technique to measure Raman signal N. Chamuah, A. Hazarika, D. Hatiboruah, and P. Nath Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50 485601 2017 3.169 15 Yes Yes
View 2017 A naturally occurring diatom frustule as a SERS substrate for the detection and quantification of chemicals N. Chamuah, L. Chetia, N. Zahan, S. Dutta, G. A. Ahmed, and P. Nath Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50 175103 2017 3.169 17 Yes Yes
View 2017 Diagonally aligned squared metal nano-pillar with increased hotspot density as a highly reproducible SERS substrate N. Chamuah, G. P. Vaidya, A. M. Joseph, and P. Nath Plasmonics 12, 1353-1358 2017 2.335 7 Yes Yes
View 2015 Periodically varying height in metal nano-pillars for enhanced generation of localized surface plasmon field N. Chamuah and P. Nath Plasmonics 10 1367-1372 2015 2.335 11 Yes Yes
View 2014 Non-intrusive technique for measuring refractive index of clear and transparent liquids H. K. Singh, N. Chamuah, D. Sarkar, and T. Bezboruah IEEE Sensors Journal 14 313-314 2014 3.780 14 Yes Yes

Book published

Year Name of Paper Name of co-authors Title of Journal
2018 Elementary Practical Physics for Polytechnic 978-93-84303-88-4

Book Chapter Published

Year Name of Paper Name of co-authors Title of Journal
2017 A Textbook on the Recent Development in Physical Sciences 978-93-85822-38-4
2019 Advances in Nuclear Physics and Condensed Matter 978-93-88881-20-3


Educational Qualifications:  

M.Phil (NEHU)
Ph.D. (NEHU)

Specialization Social and Cultural Anthropology"

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Area of Interest:
Emerging trend in Ethnicity, Identity consciousness, Culture studies, Youth behaviour, Intellactual Property Rights and Displacement studies etc.

Ph.D Awarded :

Dr. Phatick Ch. Baruah, 2003 :  Customary Laws Among the Mishings

Dr. Farhin Ara Rohman, 2008 :  Folk Narratives and Social Reality : A Case Study of the Karbis of Assam

Dr. Sunil Kr. Borgohain, 2008 :  Social and Political Status of the Morans

Dr. Bhanu Pangging, 2013 :  Neo-Vaisnavism and the Mishings of Majuli Island : A Study on Continuity and Change

Doctoral Fellows :

1. Ganesh Kumar Shah (27-12-2008) Rajiv Gandhi Fellow :   Cultural Response to Displacement : A Case Study of Rohmoria Region.

2.  Pankaj Gogoi (11-12-2009)  :  Ethno-medical Knowledge and Its Socio-cultural base, Efficacy, Problems and Prospects : A Case Study of Dhemaji and East Siang Districts of Assam and Arunachal Pradesh .

3.  Anup Hazarika (16-12-2011)  :  An Anthropological Impact Assessment of Flood : A Case Study od Dhemaji development Block

4.  Mondira Baruah (16-12-2011) UGC-JRF  :  Cultural Ecology of a Flood Prone Area : A Case study of Three Village Communities, viz., Ahom, Chutiya. and Mishing of Chamarajan Area in Dhemaji District.

5.  Chusmita Konwar (30-11-2012) UGC-JRF  :  Impact of Flood on Socio-economic Life of the People : A Case Study in Dhokuwakhana Sub-division of Lakhimpur District, Assam.

6.  Dipa Patir (30-11-2012)  :  Traditional Coping and Indigenous Adaptation Strategies Employed during Flood by the Mishing Population in Dhemaji District of Assam.

7.  Purabi Saikia (30-11-2012) UGC-JRF  Land Alienation due to Establishment of BCPL Project and its Impact on Socio-economic Life : A Case Study in Barbarua Development Block, Dibrugarh.

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Selected Publications


  1. Continuity and Change Among the Ahom, New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company, 2006.
Other publications
  1. Impact of Displacement on the Traditional Occupation of the Displaced Population of Rohmoria : A Case Study. With Ganesh Shah. Bulletin of the Department of Anthropology, Dibrugarh University, Dibrugarh..Vol.-39, ISSN-0976-2264, 2011
  2. Cultural Ecology : The Human Interface, in Dibyajyoti Dutta and Jukti Ratna Saikia edited, Environment and Development : Emerging Issues and Debates. P. 196-202. Guwahati, Planet ink, 2011. 
  3. Indigenous Knowledge of transportation, preservation and packaging of food and other items of economic importance among the Sonowal Kacharis of Dibrugarh district”.  Bulletin of the Department of Anthropology , Vol.35, 29-38, 2008.
  4. “Dynamics of Culture Change of the Ahom”. Indian Journal of Tai Studies , Vol.VII. Moran, Institute of Tao Studies and Research, 2007.
  5. “Glimpses of Social Reality Through Tattoos of the Wanchos of Arunachal Pradesh”.  Journal of Indian Anthropological Society , 41:291-297(2006), Kolkata, 2006.
  6. “Disintegration of ‘Haori’ Institution and its Impact on Folk Society” . Indian Journal of Tai Studies , Vol.V. Moran, Institute of Tai Studies and Research, 2005.
  7. “Striking A Dynamic Equilrium: A Study on Continuity and Change Among the Ahoms of Lakhimipukhuri-Jaikhamdang Village,Sibsagar, Assam”. North East India In Perspective Rajat K.Das et ll(ed.). New Delhi: Akansha Publishing House, 2005.
  8. “Karbi Folk Narratives: A Window to Social reality” (Joint) Tribal Studies In Northeast India S.Sengupta (ed.). New Delhi : Mittal Publicaton, 2002.
  9. “People’s Perception of Ethnicity; An Exploration Into The World of Folklore”. Ethnicity in Assam, K.M. Deka & K.N. Phukan (ed.). Dibrugarh University: Centre for North-East Studies, 2001.
  10. “Mother’s Brother’s Daughter: An Analysis of Matrilineal Cross-cousin marriage among the Purum/Chothe”. Wonder That Is Culture: Festschrift to Prof. P.K.Misra T.B.Subba (ed.). New Delhi : Mittal Publication, 1999.
  11. “Politics of Ethnicity in North-east India: An Appraisal”.  North-east India : The Human Interface. M.K.Raha & A.K.Ghosh (ed.). New Delhi, Gyan Publishing House, 1997.
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