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19TH NATIONAL CHILDREN’S SCIENCE CONGRESS


STATE LEVEL CHILDREN’S SCIENCE CONGRESS, ASSAM



List of child scientists selected for National Children's Science Congress to be held at Jaipur, Rrajasthan





Name of the Group Leader



District



Project Title



1.



Alivia Kakoti



Lakhimpur



Study on Population growth and its effect on soil and people's living standard



2.



Arifa Yeasmin Mazarbhuiya



Hailakandi



A study on the use of soil for medicinal purpose at Lakshirband Part II



3.



Arya Prakash Kashyap



Dibrugarh



A study on fertility of different types of soil with reference to earth filling.



4.



Barasha Deka



Udalguri



Use of Soil as preservative



5.



Chandana Deka



Darrang



A study on the physico-chemical properties of soil and earth worm as soil quality indicator



6.



Devam Kakoty



Tinsukia



Termite soil - Its quality and effect on growth of rice



7.



Dhruba Jyoti Kakati



Lakhimpur



The impact of flood on soil and a brief study of its protection



8.



Gourab Saikia



Dhemaji



Usefulness of mud carried by the river Jiadhal to the croplands



9.



Jahnabi Dihingia



Tinsukia



Quality of soil and its relationship with plant growth



10.



Kamal Lochan Hazarika



Darrang



A study on the need of Flower garden in school and its contribution to control erosion of soil



11.



Kandarpa Neog



Sivasagar



Study of bank erosion of the Namdang river and designing its preventive measures.



12.



Kirat Saikia



Karbi Anglong



A comparative study of the effects of garbage on the bank of Jamuna at Howraghat



13.



Mampi Saha



Nagaon



Soil at a Glance



14.



Manash Pratim Talukdar



Barpeta



Negative impact of brick industries in the agricultural fields of Saderi village



15.



Matu Sarania



Baksa



Areca Nut Spittle:An easy indicator of soil quality assessment



16.



Nikita Sengupta



Cachar



A study on waste land of brick industries at Silcuri and its use



17.



Prathana Phukan



Dhemaji



Termite as a Biodecomposer



18.



Prostuti Bordoloi



Golaghat



Save of waste land and prevent erosion by plantation of bamboo



19.



Pungkha Basumatary



Kokrajhar



Knowing the acidic and basic quality of the local soil and its influence to the plant's growth



20.



Ranabir Chakraborty



Tinsukia



A comparative study of Termite soil with Earthworm cast



21.



Ranuj Dutta



Dhemaji



A study on the nature and quality of soil used in embankment.



22.



Rohan Ch. Das



Nalbari



Management and usefulness of ribs in agricultural fields.



23.



Shekhar Pratim Gogoi



Jorhat



A brief study of the physical properties of the potter's clay used in pottery industry of Kumar Gaon of Na-Ali, Dhekiajuli and the possibility of the revival of the industry



24.



Surajita Sarmah



Sonitpur



A study of different soil properties and their effects on crop growth



25.



Udipta Bhuyan



Sonitpur



Effect of organic manures on the structure and properties of paddy soil





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