Bhaskar Jyoti Saud

Assistant Professor




PhD (Zoology), MPhil (Zoology), M.Sc.

PG Diploma in Computer Application, Certificate course in GIS Application (ArcGIS 9.3)

Areas of Specialization

Cluster Development, Livelihood and Entrepreneurship Development, Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Climate change

Bhaskar Jyoti Saud

Assistant Professor

A research and consulting professional with over 19 years of experience in Livelihood & Cluster development and Research sectors. Dr. Saud has years of rich experience of working on projects related to Livelihood and Cluster development, Entrepreneurship and Skill Development, Climate Change and Aquaculture Research, Micro Planning, and Disaster Management. Over the years, he has worked with several Government, Non-Government & international agencies as well as regulatory bodies, including - Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), Guwahati; Indian Council of Agriculture Research-CIFRI, Gauhati University, Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR), C-NES, etc.,  UGC, DST, ICAR-NBFGR, Ford Foundation(India), Asian Development Bank (ADB), National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), MoSDE, MoSME, MoTA, MoFP, TRIFED, NSTFDC, NSFDC, ASRLM, APFBC, NSS and DIC. He has published 35 manuscripts in indexed journals and books till date.

  1. K. Bhattacharjya, B. J. Saud, S. Borah, P. K. Saikia, B. K. Das (2021)"Status of biodiversity and limo-chemistry of Deepor Beel, a Ramsar site oh international importance: Conservation needs and the way forward. ," Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 24(4): 64 – 74,
  2. Birendra Kumar Bhattacharjya, Anil Kumar Yadav, Dipesh Debnath, Bhaskar Jyoti Saud, Vinod Kumar Verma, Sona Yengkokpam, Uttam Kumar Sarkar, Basanta Kumar Das(2021):"Effect of extreme climate events on fish seed production in Lower Brahmaputra Valley, Assam,India: Constraint analysis and adaptive strategies," Aquatic Ecosystem Health & Management, 24(3): 39 – 46, 2021
  3. Borah, P. Das, B.K. Bhattacharjya, A.K. Yadav, B. J. Saud, B. K. Das (2020). A report on the occurrence of Bangana dero (Hamilton, 122) from Deepor Beel (Ramsar site no. 1207), Brahmaputra valley, Assam. J. Appl & Nat. Sci 12(2). 202 -206
  4. K. Bhattacharjya, B. J. Saud, V. K. Yadav, D. Debnath, A.K. Yadav, S. Borah, U. K. Sarkar (2018). Indigenous fishing method used for catching spiny eels (Macrognathus spp.) in floodplain wetlands of Assam (Hamilton, 122). J. Ind. Fish. Soc. of India Vol. 50(2), 6-72 pp
  5. Das, B. K., Bhattacharjya, B. K., Borah, S., Das, P., Debnath, D., Yengkokpam, S., Yadav, A. K., Sharma, N., Singh, N. S., Panit, A., Ekka, A., Mishal, P., Karnatak, G., Kakati, A., Saud, B. J., Das, S. S., 2017. Roadmap for Development of Openwater Fisheries in Northeastern States. ICAR-CIFRI, Policy paper No. 6. pp.101
  6. Borah, B. K. Bhattacharjya, B. J. Saud, A. K. Yadav, D. Debnath, S. Yongkokpam, P. Das, N. Sharma, N. S. Singh, K. K. Sarma (2017). Length-weight relationship of six indigenous fish species from Deepor Beel, a Ramsar site in Assam, India. J Appl Ichthyol; 33:655-657.
  7. J. Saud, M. Chetia, S. Borah, A. Landge, K. Bhagawati, S. Roul, B. Chetia (2016) Traditional fishing technique of Clupisoma garua using fats of freshwater river Dolphin in Brahmaputra River, Assam. Fishing Chimes, Vol-35 (8). 43-45.
  8. J. Saud, Asha T. Landge and Simanku Borah (2015). Gonado-somatic index and fecundity of Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch) from the lower reaches of Brahmaputra river, Assam, India. J. Exp. Zool. India. Vol.(2). 657 – 660
  9. 3 .D. Debnath, B. J. Saud, B. K. Bhattacharjya, S. Yengkokpam, A. Yadav (2015). The perceived and probable impact of climate change on fisheries ecology of River Brahmaputra in Assam, India. Fishing chimes. Vol. 34(12). 48-51
  10. J. Saud, M. Chetia, S. Borah, B. R. Chetia (2014) Climate change consequences and possible impacts in the Fish and Fisheries of Brahmaputra valley. Aqua International, 51 -54
  11. Borah, B. J. Saud, B. R. Chetia, K. Mili (2014). A critical analysis of fisheries in Brahmaputra River, Assam. Aqua International, 42 – 45
  12. Borah, A. T. Landge, B. K. Bhattacharjya, S. K. Chakraborty, K. K. Ramteke, J. Barman, K. Bhagawati, B. J. Saud (2014). Variation in morphometric and meristic traits of Aspidoparia morar from the Brahmaputra and Barak Rivers of Assam, India. J. Appl. & Nat. Sci. 6 (1): 262-266
  13. J. Saud, M. Chetia, S. Borah, K. K. Ramteke, P. Sharma, D. Kashyap (2013). Growth surveillance of Labeo rohita fingerlings fed on two formulated feeds. J. Eco. Env. & Cons. 19 (4) :159-162
  14. J. Saud and M.M. Goswami (2012). Skeletal deformities in Bagarius yarrelli (Sykes) from Brahmaputra River, Assam. J. Environ & Ecol., Vol. 30 (4A): 1580- 1583.
  15. J. Saud, M. Chetia, D. Sarma (2012). Fish Germplasm Inventory of Kulsi River of Assam, India. J. Asian J. Exp. Biol. Sci. Vol. 3 (4): 694-699
  16. J. Saud, B.K. Bhattacharjya, V.K. Verma, D. Kumar, D. Debnath, M.K. Das and A. P. Sharma (2012). Effect of climate change on aquatic lives with special reference to the north-east region of India. J. Environ & Ecol., Vol. 30 (4A): 1534—1537.
  17. J. Saud, M. Chetia, V.K. Verma, D.Kumar (2012). Eco-hydrobiology with special emphasis on ichthyofaunal diversity of Urpod wetland of Goalpara, Assam, India. International .J plant, animal and env. sci. Vol.2 (3), pp.103-109
  18. Dinesh Kumar,V. K. Verma, B. J. Saud and D. Kumar, (2012). Vermicompost: quality organic manure for zooplankton production in aquaculture. International Journal of applied biology and pharmaceutical technology. Vol.3 (3), pp.89-93
  19. P. Saikia, B. J. Saud, M. Kakati Saikia and P. K. Saikia (2010): Present distribution status and conservation threats of Indian Gharial in Assam, India. International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation. Vol. 2 (12), pp. 382-387
  20. M. Goswami, R. Hazarika, B. J. Saud (2007): Induced Spawning and Embryonic & Larval Development of Pangasius pangasius(Hamilton-Buchanan) J. Ind. Fish. Soc. of India Vol. 39(2)
  21. Sarma, B. J. Saud, A. Dutta and M. Choudhury (2007): Fishing Technique of Clupisoma garua in lower reaches of Brahmaputra River. Fishing Chimes, Vol-27, No.1, p.168-169.
  22. Sarma, B. J. Saud and A. Dutta (2004): Present Status and length-weight relationship of Wallago attu (Ham) in the lower reaches of the river Brahmaputra. Indian J. Fisheries. 52(1)


  1. Bhaskar Jyoti Saud; Indigenous Traditional Knowledge of fishing of Clupisoma garua by Bin community (Assamese article); Handbook of Indigenous Traditional Knowledge used in fishery sector, 2012. p 90-92
  2. Bhaskar J. Saud and Mitali Chetia. Ecological Requirements of Sustainable Fisheries in Lower Stretch of the River Brahmaputra of North East India. Environmental Aquaculture, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, India, 2014. p 102-124
  3. Birendra Kr. Bhattacharjya, Bhaskar J. Saud, Anil Prakash Sharma and Umesh C. Goswami. Eco-hydrobiology and fisheries of Deepar beel: a Ramsar site of northeast India with a note on its conservation. Advances in Fish Research, Narendra Publishing House, Delhi, India, 2014. Vol. VI, P 293–314
  4. Bhaskar J. Saud. An account of the morphometric and meristic traits of Bagarius Jarrell (Sykes) from the eco-habitat of river Brahmaputra with a note on its conservation prospect. Fish Habitat and Aquaculture, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, India, 2015. p 122-139
  5. Bhaskar J. Saud. Climate change and Brahmaputra valley of Northeast India; Looking through the fisheries perspective. Climate change, Disaster Management, and Environment, Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., Delhi, India, 2016. p 30- 50


  1. Borah, B. K. Bhattacharjya, B. J. Saud, A. K. Yadav, D. Debnath, S. Yongkokpam, P. Das, N. Sharma, N. S. Singh, K. K. Sarma (2016). Length-weight relationship of nine indigenous fish species from Deepor beel of Assam CIFRINEWS, Vol. 21 (1). 7 p
  2. Debnath, A. K. Yadav, B. K. Bhattacharjya, B. J. Saud (2016). Rainfall: a major climate variable for fish production in floodplain wetlands of Assam. CIFRINEWS, Vol. 20 (2) . 8 p
  3. Adaptive strategies to climate change and indigenous technical knowledge of beel fisheries of Assam. CIFRINEWS, Vol. 20 (1) . 5 p
  4. "Wetland as Carbon sinks to mitigate climate change." Training Manual "Fisheries enhancement in floodplain wetlands" Conducted by CIFRI, Regional center,
  5. Cold water fisheries perspective in northeast India. /Cold-Water-Fisheries-In-India.php