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Dr. Kirti Ranjan Mallick
Name: Dr. Kirti Ranjan Mallick
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: Ph.D. (University of Delhi)
Phone No.: 7873276818
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E-mail ID: kirtigeology@gmail.com
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  • Utkal University

     

      2010

     

    Assistant Professor

     

    Utkal University  2016 Assistant Professor (Stage-II)
  • University of  Delhi 2016  

    Ph.D.

    Ph.D.

    Late Neogene–Quaternary Planktic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy and Paleoceanography of  ODP Hole 846B,  Eastern Equatorial Pacific

     

     University of  Delhi 2008 M.Sc.

    Department of Geology, Centre for Advanced Studies, University of Delhi

  • Qualified for Shyama Prasad Mukherjee Award-2008.
  • CSIR-JRF-2008.
  • Best Presentation award at International Conference on Industrial Impacts on Environment and Sustainable Development (IIESD-2018) organised by Government college of Engineering, Keonjhar, Odisha; April 15-16, 2018
  • Best paper award from Society of Geoscientists and Allied Technologists (SGAT), Odisha, 2019.
  • Best poster paper award in Physical & Chemical Science category in Odisha Research Conclave (ORC) 2021; 13-14 November 2021 organised by DHE, Govt of Odisha.

University of Delhi                                                                                                                                  November 2008- November 2010

Designation: CSIR -Junior Research Fellow

Course Name- M.Sc. I Semester  (1AGLC1- Fuel Geology)

Department of Geology ,Utkal University

Duties: Teaching First Semester:  Fuel Geology

Course Name- M.Sc. II Semester  (2AGLC1- Sedimentary Petrology and Basin analysis)

Duties: Teaching Course , Tutorial Class  & Laboratory work(Practical):as per timetable

Course Name- M.Sc. II Semester (Megascopic & Microscopic petrography of Sedimentary Rocks : 2AGCL4)

Duties: Laboratory hours of 6 hours per week

Course Name-M.Sc.  III Semester  (Paleontology, Applied Micropaleontology & Quaternary Geology: 3AGLC2)

4 Credits

Duties: Teaching Course , Tutorial Class; as per the timetable

 

Course Name-M.Sc. III Semester, ( 3AGLC3: Stratigraphy, Paleogeography and Marine Geosciences)

Duties: Teaching as per the time table.

 

Course Name- M.Sc. III Semester, ( 3AGLC5: Identification of animal and plant fossils, Stratigraphic assemblages – Identification and interpretation) Duties: Laboratory hours of 6 hours per week

 

Course Name-M.Sc.  III Semester  (Paleontology, Applied Micropaleontology & Quaternary Geology: 3AGLC2)

4 Credits

Duties: Teaching Course , Tutorial Class; as per the timetable

Course Name-M.Sc.  Iv Semester  (Fuel Geology & Sedimentary Petrology: 4AGLCE1, Elective C)

4 Credits

Duties: Teaching Course , Tutorial Class; as per the timetable

 

 

Sr. No Lecture Date Institution
1 Microfossils And  It’s Application 08th March 2021 Department of Geology;

Fakir Mohan University, Balasore

2 Microforaminifera: A Proxy for Palaeocenography and Palaeoclimate.

E-training on Micropaleontology & C-14 dating

24th July 2020 Geological Survey of India, Regional Training Division, Lucknow
3 “Tiny yet Powerful :Microfossils & their Application” 22th July 2020 Geological Survey of India, Regional Training Division, Lucknow
4 Earth-Ocean-Atmosphere Systems: A

Geological perspective

06th April 2018 CSIR Institute of Minerals & Materials Technology, BBSR
5 Major Biotic events in the Geological Past 15th -16th  April 2018 International Conference on “Industrial Impacts on Environment & Sustainable Development (IIESD-2018)Government College of Engineering, Keonjhar
6 Research Based Solution for mitigation of Heat islands 11th August 2016 TERI, New Delhi

 

Ph.D. Thesis

Late Neogene–Quaternary Planktic Foraminiferal Biostratigraphy and Paleoceanography of ODP Hole 846B, Eastern Equatorial Pacific

 

 

Journal Articles

A.K. Singh, D.K. Sinha, K.R.Mallick, V.P. Singh & A.Shrivastava, “Diachronism in Late Neogene-Quaternary Planktic foraminiferal events in northen and Eastern Indian Ocean: Paleoceanographic Implications”, Journal of the Palaeontological Society of India, Volume 66(2), Pg.357-374, ISSN.0552-9360, 2021

 

V.P Singh, B. Mahanta, K.R. Mallick, “Petrographic Characterization of Coals from the Ananta Opencast Project, Talcher Coalfield, Angul District, Odisha, Xplore, The Xavier’s Research Journal, Vol-12, Issue-2, ISSN . 2249-1878, 2021.

 

 

V.P Singh & K.R. Mallick, “Comparative study of useful heat values derived from proximate analysis of bituminous coals from “Barakar Formation of various Gondwana basins of India”, Mekal Insights, Vol. IV, Issue-1, Pg.13-22, ISSN. 0975-010X, 2020.

 

P.K. Nayak & K.R. Mallick, “Planktonic foraminiferal records from Early Pliocene deep sea sediments in EEP” SGAT bulletin, Vol-20, Pg.47-54, ISSN . 0972-2173, 2019.

  1. Shrivastav, A.K Singh, D.K Sinha, T. Kaushik, V.P Singh, K.R. Mallick, “Significance of Globigerina bulloides D’Orbigny: A Foraminiferal Proxy for Paleomonsoon and Past Upwelling Records”, Journal of Climate Change, Vol-2, Issue-2., ISSN.
    2395-7611, 2016

 

Refereed Conference Publications/Abstracts

Planktic foraminiferal records in deciphering Deleterious Impact of El Nino on Climatic pattern of India and Indonesian Archipelago, International Conference on “Science ,Society & Politics In South Asia”, Organised by: International Office, Utkal University in collaboration with WB-OHPEE & RUSA 2.0; 3-4 March 2020

Assessment of recent benthic foraminiferal distribution from the beach sediments of Jahania,Astaranga, Odisha. National Seminar on “Advances in Earth & Environmental Sciences”, Dept of Geology, Utkal University, Date: 16th February, 2020

 

V.P Singh, A.K.Singh, K.R. Mallick, D.K.Sinha, “Planktonic foraminiferal diversity as the evidences of changing oceanographic conditions in the Sulu Sea during 500 Ky” Vistas in Geological Research, Vol-17, Pg.109-115, Dept. of Geology, U.U, ISSN No.978-93-5351-340-5, 2019.

 

“Heavy Mineral assemblages and its diagenesis: A case study from Ramakrishna Beach, Visakhapatnam” WB-OHEPEE Sponsored National Seminar on “Earth Science Researches: New Horizons”, Dept. of Geology, U.U, 17th February, 2019

Significance of Workshops: A case study of Global Innovation Design (GID), WB-OHEPEE Sponsored National Seminar on “Internationalization of Higher Education in India” Organised by: International Office, Utkal University, 31st March 2019.

“Topic to be filled” XXVII Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology & Stratigraphy (ICMS), 04-06 November, 2019.

“Early Pliocene Paleoceanographic condition of EEP: Planktonic foraminiferal Evidences” National Seminar on “Frontiers in earth Science Researches” 11th February, 2018

“The Symptoms and Science behind major Bio-Climatic Events: A Geological Perspective” International Conference on “Industrial Impacts on Environment & Sustainable Development (IIESD-2018), Government College of Engineering, Keonjhar

Understanding the high resolution Climatic pattern with the help of geological Proxies, “National Seminar on “Science for Society”, 20th Odisha Bigyan “O”Paribesh Congress, At-NISER, BBSR 17th-18th November, 2018

K.R. Mallick, B.Barik, A.K.Singh, D.K.Sinha, V.P.Singh, “Application of Mixed layer planktonic foraminiferal Species as tracers of  ocean with special reference to Eastern Equatorial pacific”, Vistas in Geological Research, Vol-15, Pg.171-179, Dept. of  Geology, U.U, ISSN No. 81-900907-0-4, 2017.

 

V.P Singh, A.K.Singh, D.K.Sinha, K.R. Mallick, “Planktic foraminifera as indicators of  Paleoceanographic Changes in the Sulu Sea during Late Quarternary”, Vistas in Geological Research, Vol-15, Pg.132-139, Dept. of  Geology, U.U, ISSN No. 81-900907-0-4, 2017

Effect of Southern Polar Front Migration in the Equatorial Pacific Ocean during Quaternary: Planktic foraminiferal Evidences, XXVI Indian Colloquium on Micropaleontology & Stratigraphy (ICMS), 2017, 17-19 August, 2017

Attendee of Online Faculty Development Programme on “Leadership & Excellence” from 07 September -11 September 2021 organised by All India Council for Technical Education (ATAL)

E-Training on Refresher Course on Marine Geoscience from 24-29 June 2020, Hyderabad, Geological Survey of India. Govt. of India

Attendee of short term Course on “Disaster Management & Climate Change” from 17-21 October, 2020 organised by HRDC, Utkal University

Short term Corse “Stress Management” from 20-25 July 2017 organised by UGC HRDC, Utkal University

LIST OF PROJECTS

Quaternary Paleoceanographic significance of Neogloboquadrina dutertrei of ODP 846B, Eastern Equatorial Pacific, Utkal University (R&D) Seed Grant, Amount: 1Lakh. 2017 (Completed)

Study of high resolution seasonal   environmental dynamics of Chilika Lagoon: A multi bioproxy approach, (PI), OURIIP, Odisha State Higher Education Council (OSHEC), Amount: 5 Lakh, 2019 (Ongoing)