Dr Jitu Gogoi

M.Sc., Ph.D.
Joined Silapathar Science College on 28 Sep, 2010
With a Masters in Botany from Nagpur University, Maharashtra and Doctorate (PhD) of Assam University, I am with Silapathar Science College since 28.09.2010 and teaching in both Undergraduate & Post Graduate Department of Botany. I teach courses like Mycology and pathology, Microbiology, Phycology and Pterology. I have been additionally appointed as Co -coordinator for PG department of Botany & Zoology, college orchidarium, Eco- Club(Assam Science Technology & Environment Council, Guwahati).
Research Interest:
Mycology, Plant Pathology, Biodiversity and Orchidology
Specialized Courses:
Applied Mycology & Plant Pathology


1. U.K. Sharma, Jitu Gogoi (2007).  Ethno-Medico botany of some religious plants in Dhemaji district of Assam. Medicinal plants of India published by I.K. international Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, Pp.-126-131. ISBN 81-88237-62-0

2. Jitu Gogoi, R. K. Borah, J. P. Lahan (2010).A study on certain bamboo diseases in Dhemaji District, Assam.Nature and Environment, volume 2-3, Pp. 50-53, ISSN 

3. Rajib K. Borah, Jitu Gogoi, Bhabesh Gogoi, G.S. Sharma (2012): New record of powdery mildew on Acacia mangium Wild.In India, Journal of plant protection research,Vol.52, No-1  Pp. 64-66, DOI: 10.2478/v10045-012-0011-x

4.Jitu Gogoi, R. Teron and Ajit K. Tamuli (2013):Incidence of Blight and Rot Disease of Bambusatulda Roxb. Groves of Dimapur District of Nagaland State. International Journal of Science and Nature, Vol. 4(3) Pp.  478-482. ISSN 2229- 6441(online)

5.  RPegu,Jitu Gogoi, Tamuli A. K.  and Teron Robindra (2013): Ethno botanical study of Wild Edible Plants in Poba Reserved Forest, Assam, India: Multiple Functions and Implications for Conservation. Res. J. Agriculture and Forestry Sci,.Vol. 1(3), Pp.1-10, ISSN 2320-6063

6. R. Pegu, Jitu Gogoi, A. K. Tamuli and Teron Robindra (2013): Apong - An Alchoholic Beverage of Cultural Significance of the Missing Community of North East India, Global Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Science (Published by Global Research Institute for Research & Education), G. J. I. S. S., Vol.2 (6):12-17, Pp. 12-17, ISSN 2319-8834

7. Jitu Gogoi, Robindra Teron and Ajit K. Tamuli (2015): Blight disease of Bambusa balcooa Roxb.: A potential threat to village bamboo groves of Dimapur District in Nagaland StateDimorian Review E-Magazine (http://www.dimorianreview.com vol.-2, issue-5, pp.8-15      ISSN (online) 2394-9163

8.. Jitu Gogoi and R. Saikia(2018): Rice seed bank: A conservation initiative for indigenous rice varieties in Silapathar Science College, Dhemaji, Assam published in Dimorian Review E-Magazine (http://www.dimorianreview.com vol.-2, issue- 6, pp.23-25 ISSN (online) 2394-9163


1. Assamese book on ‘Diversity of seed plants and their systematic(2016) for Degree (B.Sc.) students’ of Guwahati and Dibrugarh University, published by Kiran Prakashan, Dhemaji, Assam, ISBN: 978-93-82746-98-0

2. Indigenous Rice of Dhemaji district (2018), Assam, Published by Nivedita Prakashan, Guwahati, Assam, ISBN: 978-81-936776-8-1

3. Orchid diversity in Dhemaji district of Assam : will be published by April, 2021


1. Jitu Gogoi and J. P Lahan (2010) .Wild vegetables sold in local markets of Jonai sub division in Dhemaji district of Assam. National seminar on Global Climate Change: Frontier Research in Biological Sciences conducted by Life sciences Department, Dibrugarh University.

2. Jitu Gogoi, RobindraTeron and Ajit K. Tamuli(2012). Studies on Blight & Rot disease of Bambusa balcooa. Roxb.   in dimapur District of Nagaland state. Indian Council of Forestry Research Education (ICFRE) sponsored International seminar on  Biamboo resourecs  of NE India , 11th  12th June, 2012, Organized by  Rain Forest Research Institute(RFRI) , Jorhat

3. Jitu Gogoi and  R. Saikia(2017). Establishment of paddy Museum at Silapathar Science College & Preliminary studies on Morphology of different cultivars of sticky Bora rice and scented Joha rice. ICSSR sponsored national seminar on Emerging trends in Anthropological Research in North East India, 1st and 2nd December, 2017 organized by Dept. of Anthropology, Moridhal College. 

4. Jitu Gogoi and R. Saikia(2018).  Inventory of Indigenous aromatic Joha rice cultivar grown in Dhemaji district of Assam. International conference on climate change & Biodiversity organized by Assam Agricultural University(AAU) , Jorhat.


  1. Wild orchid propagation and conservation in NE, India(2019)  held in orchid germplasm  conservation center, Tinsukia -  Sponsored by  the NGO orchid society of Assam.
  2. Conservation of wild orchids in Assam (2020) held at  Head office of orchid society of Assam,  Silapathar -  sponsored by orchid society of Assam.


  1. Coordinator of  Eco Club sponsored by MoEF, New Delhi.
  2. Coordinator of   College Rice Bank & Orchidarium. 
  3. Coordinator of Post Graduate Department of Botany and Zoology affiliated to Assam Science & Technology University, Guwahati.