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Dr. Leema Bora

AAU Service Information
Date of joining in AAU service 15-07-2011 (dd-mm-yyyy)
College College of Veterinary Science
Department Extension Education
Designation Assistant Professor
Official e-mail leema.bora[at]
Educational Qualification
Degree Institution/University Year Subject Specialization/Area of reasearch
B.V.Sc & A.H. Assam Agricultural University 1997 - -
M.V.Sc Assam Agricultural University 2000 Veterinary Extension Education
Ph.D Assam Agricultural University 2018 Veterinary Extension Education
Other Qualifications NET 2005 - Agricultural Extension
Employment History
Position Institution/University Place From To
Veterinary Officer Government of Arunachal Pradesh Chongkham and Dirang 30-10-2000 30-11-2004
Technical Officer(T-6) NRC on Yak, ICAR, Dirang, Arunachal Pradesh Dirang 01-12-2004 14-07-2011
Assistant Professor Assam Agricultural University College of Veterinary Sciences, Khanapara, Guwahati-781022, Assam 15-07-2011 Till date
# Achievement Description
1 Best Oral Paper presentation in "International Seminar on Animal Agriculture for Doubling Farmers' Income: Technology, Policy and Strategy Options" held on 27th and 28th February, 2019, CVSc- AAU, Khanapara, Assam
2 Sri Cherala Bhagya Rajaram Award for Innovative Research in LPM conferred by Indian Society of Animal Production and Management (ISAPM) at National Seminar of ISAPM held from 28 to 30th January, 2015 at CVSc &AH, Selesih- CAU, Aizawl, Miziram.
3 Second best paper in the National Seminar on "Extension Approaches for Inclusive Agriculture Development in Hilly, Tribal and Backward areas held from 20-22 August, 2013 organised by Department of Extension Education in collaboration with Society of Extension Education (IEE).
Society Name Membership Type Year
Society of Extension Education Agra Life Member -
Indian Association of Lady Veterinarians Life Member -
Blue Cross Society Life Member -
The Indian Society of Animal Production Management Life Member -
Research Articles

Jamatia, K.; Ray, M.N.; Johari, M.; Wankhar, J.B.; Payeng, S.; Mahanta, J.; Bordoloi, J.P.; Bora, L.; Das, B. and Suchiang, R.(2022). Ethnoveterinary practices by tribal farmers & local healers in Sepahijala & Gomati Districts of Tripura. Indian Journal of Hill Farming, 35(1): 26-32, DOI:ISSN: 0970-6429

Sun, D.T.; Johari, M.; Bora, L. and Payeng, S.(2022). Adoption Level of Scientific Poultry Rearing in Ri-Bhoi District of Meghalaya.. Indian Res. J. Ext. Edu. , 22(2): 134-138, DOI:

Borah, ; B., ; Ray, ; M.N., ; Payeng, ; S., ; Bora, ; L., ; Johari, ; Neog, M.; B.K., ; Hazarika, and S., (2020). Problems faced by the trainees of KVK, Sonitpur in utilizing knowledge gained in the training programme.. Int. J. Curr. Microbial. App. Sci., 9(3): 2933-2942, DOI:10.20546/ijcmas.2020.903.337

Jamatia, ; K., ; Ray, ; M.N., ; Payeng, ; S., ; Bora, ; L., ; Johari, ; M, ; Roy, ; N.K., ; Roy, and D., (2020). Gender Participation of Tribal People in Tripura in Different Livestock Activities.. Int. J. Curr. Microbial. App. Sci., 9(4): 518-524, DOI:10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.062

Johari, ; M., ; Hazarika, ; P., ; Ray, ; M.N., ; Bora, ; L., ; Payeng, ; S., ; Kakoty, ; K., ; Jamatia, and K., (2020). Marketing Pattern of Pig Farmers in Dima Hasao District of Assam.. Int. J. Curr. Microbial. App. Sci., 9(4): 0-0, DOI:10.20546/ijcmas.2020.904.073

Hussain, L.; Saharia, K.; Bora, L.; Sheikh, I.; Mili, D.; Kalita, S. and Payeng, S.(2018). Purpose of livestock Rearing and Economic benefit gained by the farmers of Indo- Bangladesh border area of Dhubri District of Assan, India.. Int. J. Curr. Microbial. App. Sci., 7(6): 673-678, DOI:10.20546/ijcmas.2018.706.078

R, S.; N, R.M.; L, B.; C, B.M.; S, P.; L, E. and B., B.(2017). Participatory constraict analysis of Niang Megha pigs by the tribal farmers of Meghalaya.. Journal of Entomology and Zoology Studies, 5(5): 1349-1352, DOI:. e-ISSN: 2320-7078

Shadap, F.R.; Saharia, K.K.; Bora, L.; Debbarman, C.; Chakraborty, A. and Pyrtuh., R.(2017). Influence of Pig Farming in Livelihood Improvement of Farmers in Meghalaya. International Journal of Livestock Research, 7(7): 261-268, DOI:10.5455/ijlr.20170223022557.

G, K.; R, R.; D, K.; BN, S.; J, S.; M, B. and L, B.(2016). Effect of weaning management on performance of growing finishing (Tamworth X Desi) pigs under farm condition of Assam. Indian Journal of animal Production and Management.. Indian Journal of animal Production and Management. , 32(1): 67-72, DOI: ISSN : 0970-1524

L, H.; KK, S.; MN, R. and L., B.(2016). Priority Fixation of Livestock Farming in Border areas of Assam with Bangladesh.. Indian Research Journal of Extension Education , 16(1): 82-85, DOI:ISSN : 0972-2181

I, I.; KK, S.; JB, D.; JK, S. and L., B.(2015). Fantasy of meat consumption and buoyant meat market in Kohima, Nagaland.. Journal of Animal Sciences. , 85(1): 71-80

J, S.; S, P.; MN, R. and L., B.(2015). Correlates of Knowledge level of Farmers in Sonitpur District of Assam. Indian Journal of animal Production and Management. , 31(12): 81-84

M, J.; KK, S.; LS, K. and L., B.(2015). Readiness of Pig Rearers Waiting Innovations in Backward Hilly District of Assam.. Indian Veterinary Journal, 92(2): 63-65

A, B.; L, B.; KK, S.; P, H. and MN, R.(2014). Reinventing the challenges and opportunities in the fringe area of Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary of Assam. Indian Research Journal of Extension Education, 14(2): 96-99, DOI:ISSN: 0976-1071

M, J.; KK, S.; L, B.; R, R.; LS, K. and J., T.(2014). Problems faced by the pig farmers in DimaHasao district of Assam.. J KrishiVigyan, 2(2): 56-63

M, J.; KK, S.; P, H.; LS, K.; L, B. and MN., R.(2014). Impact of personal traits on piggery management. Indian Research Journal of Extension Education, 14(2): 16-19, DOI:ISSN: 0976-1071

S, B.; KK, S.; MN, R.; A, H.; PM, B. and L, B.(2014). Mass media credibility in livestock farmers.. Journal of Communication Studies , 0(0): 60-64

AK, C.; KK, S.; A, B.; A, A.; DC, M. and L., B.(2013). Attitude of television viewing farmers towards animal husbandry programmes. Journal of Communication Studies , 0(0): 34-39

L, B.; J, B.; V, P. and S., M.(2013). Traditional milk and meat processing and preservation techniques of the Yak Pastoralists of Arunachal Pradesh.. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge., 13(1): 216-221, DOI:ISSN 0975-1068 (Online)

J, B.; S, D.; Paul, V.; D, B.; AK, B.; L, B. and BaruahK.K., (2012). Seasonal prevalence of parasitic infection of yaks in Arunachal Pradesh.. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Diseases. , 2(4): 261-267, DOI:10.1016/S2222-1808(12)60058-9

L, B.; V, P.; J, B.; A, S. and D., H.(2012). Handicraft skills of Yak Pastoralists in Arunachal Pradesh.. Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge., 12(4): 718-724, DOI:ISSN 0975-1068 (Online)

R, T.; L, B.; K, A. and Y., K.(2010). The Brokpa and their Social Development: the work of M/S Dunkarpa Welfare Association at Dirang Circle of West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh, India.. Himalayan Study Monographs, 11(0): 191-195, DOI:10.14989/HSM.11.191