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Dr. Fatik Mandal

Associate Professor in Zoology
Bankura Christian College
College Road, Bankura

Brief Biography:

1.Name: Dr. Fatik Baran Mandal
2.Father’s Name: Mr. P. B. Mandal
3.Date of Birth:  10.08.1960
4.Educational qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D. Completed M.Sc in Zoology from the University of Burdwan and awarded Ph. D degree from the same university in the year 1991. The field of the Ph.D work was avian haemoparasitology.
5.Present designation: Associate Professor in Zoology.
Joined Bankura Christian College as a Lecturer in Zoology in the year 1996.
6.Present Address: Kabardanga, Prantika, Bankura.Pin:722101, West Bengal
7.Permanent Address: Village: Bankata, P.O: Layekpara, Dist.: Bankura, West Bengal    
8.Seminars (UGC Sponsored) organized:  Three
9.International & National links for teaching & research: With University and Research Institute.
10.Area of teaching: Ecology, Medical Biology, Economic Zoology, Taxonomy, Wild life, Functional anatomy, Adaptation, Evolution.
11.Extra curricular activities: Writing of popular science article.
12.Associated with many national and International organizations as member
1.Mandal, F.B., 2011. Human Parasitology. PHI Learning Private Limited, New Delhi, pp. vii +268
2.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Textbook of Animal Behaviour. PHI Learning Private Limited. New Delhi, pp.xii+ 302
3.Mandal, F.B. and Nandi, N.C. 2009. Biodiversity: Concept, Conservation and Biofuture.Asian Books Private Limited, New Delhi, pp.xii+464
4.Mandal, F.B., Nandi, N.C. and Mandal A.K. 1993. Catalogue of the Protozoans occurring in reptiles from India. Rec. Zool. Surv.India. Occ. Paper. No. 36, 148 pp.
1.Mandal, F. B. 2011. The value of nature is yet to be fully realized. Journal of Scientific Review, 3(1): 126-131
2.Mitra, A., C. Chatterjee and F.B. Mandal, 2011. Synthetic chemical pesticides and their effects on birds. Res. J. Environ. Toxicol., DOI: 10.3923/rjet.2011
3.Mandal, F.B. and A.K. Ghosh, 2011. Biodiversity scenario in India. J. Environ. Sociobiol., 8: 1-24
4.Mandal, F.B., C. Chatterjee and A. Ghosh, 2011. Ecosystems and human well-being. J. Environ. Sociobiol., 8: 25-42
5.Ghosh, A., A. Mukherjee and F.B. Mandal, 2011. Impact of epidemiological transition on biodiversity. J. Environ. Sociobiol., 8: 79-84
6.Mukherjee, A., A. Ghosh, C. Chatterjee, A. Mitra and F.B. Mandal, 2011. Diversity of nematodes inhabiting some major crop plants of India with a note on their biocontrol. J. Environ. Sociobiol., 8: 103-107
7.Mandal, F.B., 2010. Biodiversity conservation and rural development. Kurukshetra, 58: 43-45
8.Ghosh, A., F.B. Mandal and A. Mukherjee, 2009. Zootherapeutic studies in India along with a note on future research. Wesleyan J. Res., 2: 36-39
9.Mandal, F.B. and A. Ghosh, 2009. Role of traditional knowledge systems in taxonomy and biodiversity conservation. Wesleyan J. Res., 2: 62-65
10.Mandal, F.B. and A. Mukherjee, 2009. Traditional ecological knowledge: Protection and implications. Wesleyan J. Res., 2: 6-8
11.Mandal, F.B., 2008. Present knowledge about Haemoproteus columbae (Apicomplexa: Haemoproteidae) with a note on evolutionary relationship among avian malaria parasites. Wesleyan J. Res., 1: 85-90
12.Mandal, F.B., A. Mitra and S.K. Maitra, 2007. Pesticide POPs, their impact and sustainable development: A synthesis. J. Environ. Sociobiol., 4: 63-76
13.Mandal, F.B., 2006. Biodiversity and our Biofuture: A holistic understanding. J. Environ. and sociobiology; 3(1):69-84
14.Mandal, F.B. and G. Chandra, 2006. The vectors of avian haemoproteids: A review. Trans. Zool. Soc. East. India, 10: 35-40.
15.Mandal, F.B., R.R.N. Bajpai and C. Chatterjee, 2005. Biodiversity: A multidisciplinary approach for conservation. Trans. Zool. Soc East. India, 9: 5-8
16.Mandal, F.B.1991.Natural infection of   Haemoproteus columbae in the vector, Pseudolynchia canarienisis. Sci. & Cult. 59 (1&2): 37-40.
17.Mandal, F.B.1991: A new possible vector of Haemoproteus columbae.  Sci. & Cult. 57 (3& 4): 96-99.
18.Mandal, A.K. Nandi, N.C., Sarkar, N.C. and Mandal, .F.B.1990.Preliminary investigation on the possible causative agent of Epizootic ulcreative syndrome in fishes of West Bengal.  Indian.  J.Fish. 37 (1): 61 – 62.
19.Mandal, F.B.1991: A preliminary report on the incidence of blood Parasites in pigeon, Columbia livia and pigeon fly, Pseudolynchia canarienisis. Indian J. Anim. Hlth. 25.30. (1): 29-32.
20.Mandal, F.B.1991.Natural infection of Trypanosoma hannae Pittaluga (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae). Environment and Ecology. 9 (1): 294-   296.
21.Mandal, F.B.1990 .Host-parasite relationship domestic pigeon and pigeon fly. J. Andaman Sci.  Assoc. 6 (2): 175-176
22.Mandal, F.B.1990. Seasonal incidence of blood - inhabiting   Haemoproteus columbae Kruse (Sporozoea: Haemoproteidea) .Indian J. Anim. Hlth. 29. (1): 29-35.
23.Mandal, F.B., Nandi, N.C. 1989. Anopheles: The malarial mosquito.  Zoologiana. 5: 123 – 129.
24. Mandal, F.B. and Ghosh, T.N. 1989. Studies on Haemoproteus columbae Kruse, 1890(Protozoa: Apicomplexa: Haemoproteidae) in domestic pigeons. Bull. Cal. Sch.  Trop. Med. 37 (1 – 4): 14 – 17.
25.Mandal, F. B., Nandi, N.C. and Mandal, A.K. 1989. Incidence of haemoparasites in some   Indian Birds. Indian J. Anim. Hlth. 25. (1): 33-38.
26.Mandal, F.B. 1989. Prepupae and pupal development of Pseudolynchia canariensis (Macquart) (Diptera: Hippoboscidae). Environment and Ecology. 7 (3): 733 -735.     
Single author paper-10,
Abstract (Research Papers)
1.Mandal, F.B., R.R. Bajpai and C. Chatterjee, 2006.Poverty-population nexus, increased release of wastes and toxicants and modern biotechnological methods: A review. Proc. State level seminar on “Modern Trends in Ecotoxicological Research and Human Welfare. Bankura. p.28
2.Poddar D.P., Sen, P and Mandal, F.B. Perception of HIV infection/AIDS among students in Calcutta. Tenth international conference on STD, Yokohama, 7-12, August, Japan.
3.Mandal, F.B. and Mandal, A.K. and Majumdar, G.1990.Vectorial capacity of Pseudolynchia canarienisis (Macquart)(Diptera:Hippoboscidae).Proc.10th Natl.Cong.Parasitology, Dehradhun,  P.48.
4.Mandal, F.B. and Mandal, A.K. 1989. Detection of natural infection with Trypanosoma hannai Pittaluga with a review on the vectors of   avian trypanosomes. Proc. 8th All India Cong. Zool. Warangal, P. 46.
5.Mandal, F.B. 1988. Incidence of blood parasites in pigeons and notes on   their vector, Pseudolynchia canarienisis (Macquart). Proc. Natl. symposium on modern trends in Environmental Biology and Seminar on Environment and animal life.  Rahara, 24 Pgs. P.50.
6.Mandal, F.B. and Mandal, A.K. 1988. On aspects of ornithophilic   vectors of Haemoproteus columbae and the sporogony of the parasite.Proc. 8th Natl. Cong. Parasitology.  Calcutta, p. 126.
Popular article
1.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Palayankari pakhio ka dilcsap sansar (In Hindi). Science India, 3(6):31-33
2.Mandal, F.B., 2010. Living within the earths limits for biodiversity conservation. Sci. India, 13: 25-29
3.Mandal, F. B.2009. Biomass and sustainable rural development. Geography and you. Page 26-
4.Mandal, F.B.2009.Eco-culture and Biodiversity. Geography and you, page 6-8
5.Mandal, F.B., 2007. Selection for genetic quality. Seba Newslett., 4: 10-11
6.Mandal, F.B., 2006. Forest conservation in West Bengal. Seba Newslett., 3: 5-7
7.Mandal, F.B., 2006. The change that deteriorates. Environment, 9: 54-57.
8.Mandal, F.B., 2005. Biodiversity conservation with benefit sharing. SEBA Newslett., 2: 13.
9.Mandal, F.B.2003, Darwin: A born naturalist. Bankura Christian College Magazine, P. 24 –25.
10.Mandal, F.B., 2001. Biodiversity loss: A case for global concern. Environment, 8: 71 – 72.                   
11. Mandal, F.B.2000, Threatening tiny creatures Bankura   Christian    College Magazine, P.40.
12.Mandal, F.B.1993. The pig tapeworm, Calcutta Observer, March 17, P.2.
13.Mandal, F.B.1993. Health for All- By 2000 AD. Debacle, VIII (2) P.2
14.Mandal, F.B.1995. Global Warming, SEE Bulletin, June 1995, P.4.
15.Mandal, F.B.1994. Thanda Alo (in Bengali). Chander Haat February,  ’94, pp.45.
16.Mandal, F.B.1994.Forest Habitat: The change that deteriorates. Health   News, Jan –March, ’94, 17 –19.
17.Mandal, F.B.1993.Sustainable Agriculture and development: An experts View. Health News, July –December, ’93, 13 –14.
18.Mandal, F.B.1993.Preventing health problems. Health News, July – December, 6 –8.
19.Mandal, F.B.1993.Sathik Chikitsai Kalazar Sarano Sambhab (in Bengali). Chander Haat. June, 13 –14.
20.Mandal, F.B.1991. An animal that inhabits human lung.  Calcutta   Observer, December 8 P.10.
21.Mandal, F.B.1991. Roundworm – A human inhabiting organism. Calcutta Observer, November17 P.11.
22.Mandal, F.B. 1991.Pakhidaer raktey basabaskary kyekty adyaprani.Swasthya Dipika. 29(7):298 (in Bengali)
23.Mandal, F.B. 1991.Rakter gathan o kaj. Swasthya Dipika. 29 (4):  123 – 126 (in Bengali).
24.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Polytene chromosome. Swasthya Dipika. 29 (5):   160 – 161 (in Bengali).
25.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Those produce human health problems. Calcutta Observer, 25 August, P.4.
26.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Some unwelcome guests. Calcutta Observer, 28      June, P.5.
27.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Dum-Dum fever. Calcutta Observer. 28April, P.5.            
28.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Filariasis threatens in Indians. Calcutta Observer,   14April, P.5.
29.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Birds Song. Calcutta Observer, 7April, P.5.
30.Mandal, F.B.1991 An avoidable burden. Calcutta Observer, 17 March, P.2.
31.Mandal, F.B.Sangrakshan: Kisu Bhabna. Dhanadhanya 22(16& 17): 20 –    23 (in Bengali).
32.Mandal, F.B. 1991. Misnomer hookworm –an unwanted guest. Amrita Bazar Patrika. 3 February, P.4.
33.Mandal, F.B. 1990. Malaria Charya jay Masa. Swasthya Dipika. 28 (10): 350 – 351 (in Bengali).
34.Mandal, F.B. 1990. Baiu Dusan. Swasthya Dipika. 28 (9): 309 – 310 (in    Bengali).
35.Mandal, F.B. 1990. Roug Sankramane Patanga. Swasthya Dipika.     28 (8): 268 – 269 (in Bengali).
36.Mandal, F.B. 1990. Khatiakarak Adyaprani: Kisuthatya. Swasthya Dipika. 28 (6): 198 – 202 (in Bengali).
Internet article    
1.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Biodiversity and development.  Retrieved November 6, 2010 from http://ezinearticles.com/? Biodiversity-AND- Development&id=53121110
2.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Evolution of Fatherhood. http://www.amazines.com/article_detail.cfm/2161292?articleid=2161292
3.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Interconnected Environmental Problems. Retrieved November12, 2010fromhttp://ezinearticles.com/? Interconnected-Environmental-Problem&id=5337231
4.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Conserving Biodiversity for Our Future http://www.amazines.com/article_
5.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Biodiversity and Human Well-being. http://www.digitaljournal.com/blog/9575
6.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Anatomy of Happiness. http://expertscolumn.com/content/anatomy-happiness
7.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Sacred groves: A unique component of biodiversity conservation. http:// www.articlebase.com/environment-articles/sacred-groves-a-unique-component-of
8.Mandal, F. B. 2010.How long we can survive? www.articlebase.com/environment-articles/how-long-we-can-survive--3691352.ht.
9.Mandal, F. B. 2010.Global Warming: causes and Effects .www.articlebase.com/print/3702287
10.Mandal,F.B. 2010 .Botulinum Toxin: A potential Biological Weapon
http:// www.bukisa.com/articles/40775_botulinum-toxin-a-potential-biological -weapon?ut
11.Mandal, F.B.Facts of Helping Behaviours.
12.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Opinion: Dirty Dozen Pesticide POPs: A serious anthropogenic threat.http://www.digitaljournam/article/300578
13.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Happiness in life expectancy. http://expertscolumn.com/content/happiness-life-expectancy
14.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Opinion: Human well-being should not degrade environment. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/300890
15.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Pathogen Pollution: A Recently Recognized Challenge.http://www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type=article&content_type_id=
16.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Plague: A Disease With Bioweapon Potential. www.bukisa.com/articles/409185_plague-a-disease-with –bioweapon-potential?Utm_s
17.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Infectious diseases on the rise globally. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/301002
18.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Human laguage in ecoregion concept. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/301048
19.Mandal, F. B. 2010.Invasive Alien Species: A potential threat to biodiversity. http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/301076.
20.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Disease in shaping the human evolution. http://www.bukisa.com/articles/420870_disease-in-shaping-the-human evolution?utm_so
21.Mandal,F. b. 2010. The Full Value of Mountain Ecosystem is Yet to be realized .http://www.bukisa.com/articles 5.12.10
22. Mandal, F. B. Mussels: The Potentially useful Bio-monitors .www.bukisa.com/articles/424767_mussels-the-potntially-useful-bio-monitors #ixzz19QN61bpO
23.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Disease emergence in association with land use Change. http://expertscolumn.com/content/disease-emergence-association-land-use-change
24.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Does Parasite offers benefit to the host? http://expertscolumn.com/
25.Mandal, F. B. 2010 Potential bioweapons are a matter of concern. http://expertscolumn.com/
26.Mandal, F. B. 2010-. Potential pathogens’ use as bioweapon. http://expertscolumn.com/
27.Mandal, F. B. 2010.Medically important house fly.http://health.ezinemark.com/medically-important–house-fly-7d2cdo37be94.html#ixzz19TinbULS
28.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers Pose serious threat.http://ezinemark.com/viral-haemorrhagic-fevers-pose-serious –threat-7d2ed33fbfoc.html
29.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Biodiversity in health care: Few Examples. http;//.www.bukisa.com/articles/427754 biodiversity-in-health-care-few-examples#ixzz19c50UZJ6.
30.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Implications of Bio-cultural Diversity. http:// www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id
31.Mandal, F. B. 2010. Invasive Ornamental Fish: A threat to Biodiversity http;//.www.bukisa.com/articles/428186
32.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Biodiversity Conservation: Some Thoughts http;//.www.bukisa.com/articles/
33.Mandal, F. B. 2011. More About Human voice. http:// www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
34.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Biomimicry in Sustainability. http:// www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
35.Mandal, F. B. 2011. The Ecological Values of Bats. www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
36.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Mimicry: A Survival Strategy.www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
37.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Anatomy of Memory. .www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
38.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Importance of Keystone Species In Maintaining Ecosystem.www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
39.Mandal, F. B. 2011 Marrying younger Women www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
40.Mandal, F. B.2011. The discovery of five new species. www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
41.Fatik B. Mandal 2011. Traditional Knowledge and Biodiversity Conservation .www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
42.Mandal, F. B. 2011. We must think about uncontrolled population growth and behaviour. .www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
43.Mandal, F. B. Socioeconomic improvement and absolute fitness. www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id=6
44.Mandal, F. B. 2011. Emerging Infectious Diseases(EIDs) has become an issue of serious concern.http://www.Life-of-science.net/
45.Mandal, F. B. 2011. few Words about biodiversity. www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id46. Mandal, F. B. 2011. Why conserve biodiversity. www.associatedcontent.com/pop_print.html?content_type+article&content_type_id
47. Mandal, F. B. 2011. Implication of bio-cultural approach in biodiversity conservation. http://hubpages.com/hub/sustainability
48.Mandal, F. B.2011. Why sustainable development is the need of the hour. http://hubpages.com/hub/why-sustainability (Dr. Fatik Baran Mandal)      
49.Mandal,F.B.2011.Body odor.www.associatedcontent.com/pop._print.shtml?content___type=article&content_type_.
50. Mandal, F. B. 2011. Sustainable development and human population. EarthlyAlternatives.com.Page1-3


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AsoAssociate Professor in Zoology


Research interests:

Behaviour, Parasitology, Biodiversity


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Adivisory Board member of Journal of Scientific Advisory board member of Journal of Scientific Review. Associated with a number of national and International organization


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