Dr. Neonjyoti Bordoloi

Dr. Neonjyoti Bordoloi

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty of Science


Name: Specialization:
Dr. Neonjyoti Bordoloi Organic Chemistry


Degree Year Institution Board/University Specialization
Ph.D. 2013-2018 Tezpur University Tezpur University Pyrolytic conversion of biowaste and algal biomass
M.Sc. 2011 SMIT Sikkim Manipal University Chemistry
B.Sc. 2009 Govt. Science College, Jorhat Dibrugarh University Chemistry
HSSLC 2005 J.B. College, Jorhat AHSEC Science
HSLC 2003 DCB School, Jorhat SEBA -


Working Experience

Year Organisation Position Responsibilities
Aug,2018 - Present Assam downtown University Assistant Professor Teaching
Jan, 2013 - Jun, 2018 Tezpur University Research Schoar Research
Jan,2012-Dec, 2013 CSIR-NEIST, Jorhat (Formerly RRL) Project Assistant Research





Journal Papers:

  1. Bordoloi, N.,Narzari, R., Chutia, R.  S., Bhaskar, T. Kataki, R.  (2015). “Pyrolysis  of  Mesua ferrea  and  Pongamiaglabra  seed  cover:  Characterization  of  bio-oil  and  its  sub-fractions.” Bioresource Technology,178: 83–89.
  2. Bordoloi, N.,Narzari, R., Sut, D., Saikia, R., Chutia, R.S., Kataki, R. (2016).  Characterization of bio-oil and its sub-fractions from pyrolysis of Scenedesmusdimorphus. Renewable Energy, 98: 245-253.
  3. Sut, D., Bordoloi, N., Narzari., R., Chutia, R.S., Kataki., R. (2016). Complete utilization of non-edible oil seeds of Cascabelathevetia through a cascade of approaches for biofuel and by-products. Bioresource Technology, 213: 111-120.
  4. Upadhaya, K., Watham, T., Bordoloi, N., Kataki, R. (2017). Trees as sources of livelihood and fuel wood: A case study of an eastern Himalayan village. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization and Environmental Effect, 39 (4): 398–405.
  5. Gogoi, D., Bordoloi, N., R., Goswami, Narzari, R., Saikia, R., Sut, D., Gogoi, L., Kataki, R. (2017). “Effect of torrefaction on yield and quality ofpyrolytic products of Arecanut Husk: an agro processing wastes”. Bioresource Technology.242: 36-44.
  6. Narzari, R., Bordoloi, N., Kataki, R. (2017). “Fabrication and evaluation of physicochemical development of bio-carbons obtained from valorization of biowastes”. Bioresource Technology. 242:324-328.
  7. Bordoloi, N., Goswami, R., Kumar, M., Kataki, R. (2017). “Biosorption of Co (II) from aqueous solution using algal biochar: Kinetics and isotherm studies”. Bioresource Technology. 244:1465-1469.
  8. Saikia, R., Goswami, R., Bordoloi, N., Senapati, K. K., Pant, K. K., Kumar, M., & Kataki, R. (2017). Removal of arsenic and fluoride from aqueous solution by biomass based activated biochar: Optimization through response surface methodology. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering, 5(6), 5528-5539.
  9. Bordoloi, N., Dey, M. D., Mukhopadhyay, R., & Kataki, R. (2018). “Adsorption of Methylene blue and Rhodamine B by using biochar derived from Pongamiaglabra seed cover” Water Science and Technology. 77(3): 638-646.
  10. Basumatary, V., Saikia, R., Narzari, R., Bordoloi, N., Gogoi, L., Sut, D., Kataki, R. (2018). Tea factory waste as a feedstock for thermo-chemical conversion to biofuel and biomaterial. Materials Today Proceedings, 5: 23413-23422.
  11. Chutia, S., Narzari, R., Bordoloi, N., Saikia, R., Gogoi, L., Sut, D., Kataki, R. (2018). Pyrolysis of Dried Black Liquor Solids and Characterization of the Bio-Char and Bio-Oil. Materials Today Proceedings, 5: 23193-23202.
  12. Choudhury, N. D., Bhuyan, N., Bordoloi, N., Saikia, N., & Kataki, R. (2020). Production of bio-oil from coir pith via pyrolysis: kinetics, thermodynamics, and optimization using response surface methodology. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 1-18.
  13. Narzari, R., Poddar, M.K., Bordoloi, N., Sarmah, A.K., Kataki, R. (2021). A comprehensive study to understand removal efficiency for Cr6+ using magnetic and activated biochar through Response Surface Methodology, Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, (Accepted).

Book Chapters:

  1. Bhuyan, N., Narzari, R., Gogoi, L., Bordoloi, N., Palsaniya, D.R., Deb, U., Gogoi, N., and Kataki, R. Valorization of agricultural wastes for multidimensional use. In: Sustainable Bioresources for Emerging Bioeconomy (Eds. Kataki, R., Pandey, A., Pant, D., and Khanal, S.), Elsevier, 2020.
  2. Gogoi, S., Narzari, R., Bordoloi, N., Bhuyan, N., Sut, D., Gogoi, L., Kataki R. Influence of Temperature on Quality and Yield of Pyrolytic Products of Biofuel Process Wastes. In: Energy Recovery Processes from Wastes, (Ed. Ghosh, S.K.), Springer, 2019 (ISBN: 978-981-32-9227-7).
  3. Konwar, L. J., Mikkola, J. P., Bordoloi, N.,Saikia, R., Chutia, R. S., and Kataki, R., Side-streams from bioenergy and biorefinery complexes as a resource for circular bio-economy. In: Waste Biorefinery: Potential and Perspectives, (Eds. Pandey, A., Bhaskar, T., Venkata Mohan, S., Khanal, S., and Lee, Duu-Jong), Elsevier, 2018, pp. 85-125 (ISBN 978-044-46-3992-9).
  4. Kataki, R. Bordoloi, N.,Saikia, R. Sut, D., Narzari, R., Gogoi, L. and Bhuyan, N. Wastes valorization to Fuel and chemicals through Pyrolysis: Technology, Feedstock, Products, and Economic Analysis. In: Waste to Wealth (Eds. Singhania, R.R., Agarwal, R.A., Kumar, R.P., Sukumaran, R.K.), Springer, 2018, pp. 477-514 (ISBN 978-981-10-7431-8).
  5. Kataki, R., Hiloidhari, M., Sut, D., and Bordoloi, N. Co-generation of heat and electricity from biomass in India: Current status and future challenges. In: Sustainable Biofuels Development in India, (Eds. Chandel, A., and Sukumaran, R.), Springer, 2017, pp. 87-133 (ISBN 978-3-319-50217-5).
  6. Kataki, R. Bordoloi, N., Saikia, R. Sut, D., Narzari, R. and Gogoi, L. An assessment on Indian Government initiatives and policies for the promotion of biofuels implementation, commercialization through private investments. In: Sustainable Biofuels Development in India, (Eds. Chandel, A., and Sukumaran, R.), Springer, 2017, pp. 135-164 (ISBN 978-3-319-50217-5).
  7. Kataki, R., Chutia, R.S., Bordoloi, N.,Saikia, R., Sut, D., Narzari, R., Gogoi, L. Nikhil, G.N., Sarkar, O., Venkata Mohan, S. Biohydrogen production scenario for Asian countries. In: Bio-hydrogen Production: Sustainability of Current Technology and Future Perspective, (Eds. Singh, A., and Rathore, D.), Springer, 2016, pp. 207-235 (ISBN: 978-81-322-3575-0).
  8. Kataki, R., Goswami, K., Bordoloi, N., Saikia, R. Sut, D., Narzari, R. and Gogoi, L. Biomass Resources for Biofuel Production in North-East India. In: Bio-prospecting of Indigenous Bio-resources of North East India, (Ed. Purkayastha, J.), Springer, 2016, pp. 127-151 (ISBN: 978-981-10-0619-7).
  9. Kataki, R., Chutia, R. S., Mishra, M., Bordoloi, N., Saikia, R. and Bhaskar, T. Feedstock suitability for thermochemical processes. In: Advances in thermochemical conversion of biomass, (Eds. Pandey, A., Bhaskar, T., Sukumaran, R., and Stocker, M.), Elsevier, 2015, pp. 31-74 (ISBN: 978-0-444-63289-0).
  10. Narzari, R., Bordoloi, N.,Chutia, R.S., Borkotoki, B., Gogoi, N., Bora, A. and Kataki, R. Biochar-an overview on its production, properties and potential benefits. In: Biology, Biotechnology and Sustainable Development, (Ed. Choudhury, H.), Research India Publications, Delhi, 2015, pp. 13-40 (ISBN: 978-93-84443-19-1).