Name: Chow Chandra Mantche
Education Qualification: M.A.
Phone Number: 9435006080
E-mail: mantcheb43@gmail.com
Research Interest: Tribal studies, Buddhists studies
Specialized Courses:
National Level Seminar:
1. Seminars Paper presented 1. Presented paper on the topic “Role of the Village Council among the Tai-Khamtis of North- East India” in the National Seminar on Role of Panchayat-Raj Institutions in village level planning and Rural Development sponsored by Ministry of Panchayati Raj , Govt. of India held on 24th and 25th Nov./2008 at N.L. College. 2. Presented paper on the topic “Cross-border trade of Assam with special reference to the trade fairs in Assam- Arunachal Border during colonial rule” in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Cross-Border Trade” Organized by Lakhimpur Commerce College held on 6th and 7th Nov./2009. 3. Presented paper on the topic “ A study on the Manuscripts of the Tai-Khamtis of Assam” in the Moulala Abdul Kalam Institute of Social Science (Kolkata) sponsored National Seminar on “Buddhism in North- East India” held on 29th and 30th Jan./2010, Organized by Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar. 4. Presented paper on the Topic
Workshop Attended:
1. Seminars Paper presented 1. Presented paper on the topic “Role of the Village Council among the Tai-Khamtis of North- East India” in the National Seminar on Role of Panchayat-Raj Institutions in village level planning and Rural Development sponsored by Ministry of Panchayati Raj , Govt. of India held on 24th and 25th Nov./2008 at N.L. College. 2. Presented paper on the topic “Cross-border trade of Assam with special reference to the trade fairs in Assam- Arunachal Border during colonial rule” in the UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Cross-Border Trade” Organized by Lakhimpur Commerce College held on 6th and 7th Nov./2009. 3. Presented paper on the topic “ A study on the Manuscripts of the Tai-Khamtis of Assam” in the Moulala Abdul Kalam Institute of Social Science (Kolkata) sponsored National Seminar on “Buddhism in North- East India” held on 29th and 30th Jan./2010, Organized by Department of History, Rajiv Gandhi University, Itanagar. 4. Presented paper on the Topic