Biswajit Mondal

Sectional Editor, Social Science

Dr. Biswajit Mondal, is Principal Scientist (Ag. Econ.) in Social Science Division of ICAR-National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack and engaged in research on resources economics/ farm economics and institutional economics, on & off-farm extension activities, conducting training and other collaborative programmes for farmers as well as officials from different organization.Currently he is focussing on quantification of yield gaps and impact assessment of rice production technologies as well as developing extension approaches to aid rice policies and programmes.



Tripathi R, Moharana KC, Nayak AD, Dhal B, Shahid M, Mondal B, Mohapatra SD, Bhattacharya P, Fitton N, Smith P, Shukla AK, Pathak H, Nayak AK (2019). Ecosystem services in different agro-climatic zones in eastern India: impact of land use and land cover change. Environ. Monit. Assess. (2019):191-198. Doi: 10.1007/s10661-019-7224-7.



Mondal B, Singh A, Singh SD, Kalra BS, Samal P, Sinha MK, Ramajayam D, Kumar S (2017). Augmentation of water resources potential and cropping intensification through watershed programs. Water Environment Research 90 (2): 101-109., DOI:



Samal P, Mondal B, Pandit A (2016). Rural livelihood diversification in flood prone ecosystems of Odisha. Indian Journal of Economics and Development 12(3): 413-420.



Kumar S, Raizada A, Biswas H, Srinivas S, Mondal B (2016). Application of indicators for identifying climate change vulnerable areas in semi-arid regions of India. Ecological Indicators 70 (2016) 507–517, DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.06.041.



Mondal B, Singh A, Sekar I, Sinha MK, Kumar S, Ramajayam D (2015). Institutional arrangements for watershed development programmes in Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh, India: an explorative study. International Journal of Water Resources Development DOI: 10.1080/07900627.2015.1060195.



Mondal B, Loganandhan N, Raizada A (2014). Meteorological drought and coping strategies by small and marginal farmers in semi-arid Karnataka. Indian Journal of Soil Conservation42(1): 54-61.



Mondal B, Nalatwadmath SK (2014). How much is a watershed worth? an assessment. Indian Journal of Soil Conservation42(3): 322-327.



Mondal B, Singh A, Jha GK, Kalra BS (2014). Socio-economic impact of watershed development programmes in Bundelkhand Region of Madhya Pradesh, India. International Journal of Agricultural and Statistical Sciences10(1): 181-187.



Mondal B, Singh A, Singh DR, Sekar I (2014). Watershed-livestock linkages: A study in Bundelkhand Region of Madhya Pradesh. Indian Journal of Animal Research 48(3): 262-269. DOI: 10.5958/j.0976-0555.48.3.056.



Mondal B, Singh A and Jha GK (2012). Impact of watershed development Pprogrammes on farm-specific technical efficiency: astudy in Bundelkhand Region of Madhya Pradesh. Agricultural Economics Research Review 25(2): 299-308.