Institute of Life long learning of Assam down town University, is the domain of adult or continuing education which examines how adults learn, usually within work contexts. The field encompasses professional development programs for learners including professional groups and also the ones who have not had the opportunity to access formal education system and want to pursue job oriented short term vocational courses.
Pursuing Ph.D from Assam down town University
First class 2nd position in Master of Science in Biochemistry from Annamalai University, Tamil Nadu.
First class with Distinction in Diploma in Food and Nutrition from Annamalai University Distance Education, Tamil Nadu.
First class in Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biochemistry from North Eastern Hill University, Shillong.
First division in AISSCE from Gurukul Grammar Senior Secondary School, Guwahati, Assam.
First division in AISSE from Maharishi Vidya Mandir Public School, Guwahati, Assam.
Currently working as an Assistant Professor in Programme of Biochemistry, Faculty of Science for last 7 years
1. Barman I, Barman K, Purohit MM, Choudhury M, Choudhury AK and Choudhury MK. A study of mental stress and antioxidant profile in the Assamese-speaking diabetic population of Assam, India. International Journal of Diabetes in Developing Countries.(2015) 35(S2).
2. Barman I and Sarma MP. MyD88 and Cancer.Exploratory Research and Hypothesis in Medicine.2016. 1(1):29-33.
3.Gogoi J, Barman I and Murrey E. Journey of capsicum from wild chili to world hottest chili (naga king chili). International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences .2018. 8(3): 835-840.
4. Barman I, Gogoi J and Dutta AM. Rapid staining for isolation of fungal endophytes from leaves of four chili varieties of Assam. International Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences. 2018.8(2): 634-638.
Bhattacharya BK, Kalita K, Kakoti P, Barman I, Sarmah P and Gogoi J. Screening for Reduction Potential of some Medicinal Plants for Green Nanoparticles synthesis. International Conference on Harnessing the Sub Himalayan plant Diversity for Human Welfare organized by Dibrugarh University (P6, page no.62)