Bhairab Ganguly College

Bhairab Ganguly College

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    C-43363.

Notice Board Details

Dr. Neepa Banerjee

  • Designation: SACT-I
  • Department: Food & Nutrition
  • Qualification: M.Sc., Ph.D.
  • Contact No:
  • Email: bneepa.15@gmail.com
  • Area of Specialization: Nutritional imbalance, lifestyle intervention

Research Interest:

Metabolic diseases and dietary interventions, functional foods, nutrition security and climate change

Teaching Experience:


7 years

Awards:

1. Recipient of GOLD MEDAL for securing highest marks in specialization groups in M. Sc. Program at University of Calcutta, 2011

2. Awarded as Best Paper Presenter in the National Conference, organized by Jadavpur University, 2018.

3. Recipient of Outstanding Paper Award at 3rd Regional Science and Technology Congress (Southern Region), organized by Bidhannagar College and Department of Science and Technology and Biotechnology, Government of West Bengal, 2018

4. Recipient of MRG Memorial Second Prize for obtaining second highest marks in the Certificate Course on Nutrition and Food Processing at Dr. SM Memorial RB Research Centre, Food and Nutrition Division.

5. Received Second Prize for presenting a paper at EnViroConf organized by West Bengal State University, 2019

6. Recipient of Best Oral Presentation Prize in a National Seminar organized by VJRC, 2019

7. Recipient of Academic Achievement award (Rank-4th) by Bhairab Ganguly College (session 2016-17)

8. Represented Kolkata after securing FIRST position in the region and winning sponsorship, made Oral Presentation on Invitation at the 8th Rastriya Vigyan Sancharak Sammelan (Science Communicators Meet) held at University of Mumbai, India during 102nd Session of Indian Science Congress, 2015

9. Recipient of Certificate of Merit for securing First position in SCMP Program of ISNA, 2013

10. Recipient of Scholarships from HUL, Mumbai, 2011

11. Recipient of PG Indira Gandhi Scholarship of MHRD, GOI, 2010

Professional Membership:

1. Life Member- NSI, SBCI, ISCA 2. Member- SND > <

Important Publication:

Research Paper Publications in Journal:

1. A Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee and S Mukherjee, Impact of Variation in Thermal Working Environmental Condition on Cardiac Response Indices in Male Human Resources Engaged in Food Crop Cultivation Task, Journal of Climate Change (ISSN: P-2395-7611, O-2395-7697), 6(1), 59-66. 2020. DOI 10.3233/JCC200007.

2. A Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee and S Mukherjee, Assessment of cardiac response in paddy cultivators engaged in manual paddy transplanting task in Hooghly, West Bengal, NeBIO (ISSN 2278-2281, 0976-3597). 11(1): 27-34, 2020.

3. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee and S Mukherjee, A Study to Assess Relationship between Different Obesity Indices and Musculoskeletal Discomfort Score in Agricultural Workers in Southern Districts of West Bengal, India. Open Access Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine (ISSN- 2644-1217), 2(4) –171-180, 2020. OAJCAM.MS.ID.000142. DOI: 10.32474/OAJCAM.2020.02.000142.

4.  A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee and S Mukherjee, Assessment of Physiological Strain in Male Food Crop Cultivators Engaged in Manual Threshing Task in a Southern District of West Bengal, The Holistic Approach to Environment (ISSN 1848-0071). 10(4), 100 – 108, 2020.

5. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, B Bhattacharje, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, S Mulkherjee, Nutrition Security in the Context of Climate Change : a Review, Indian Agriculturist (ISSN: 0019-4336), 63, 11-17, 2019. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Impact of Variation in Working Environmental Condition on Cardiac Response Profile in Bengalee Male Crop Cultivators of A Southern District of West Bengal, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (ISSN: 2349-5162), 6, 438-443, 2019. DOI http://doi.one/10.1729/Journal.21469.

6. A Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, A Study to Assess Cardiac Response Indices in Food Crop Cultivation Task in West Bengal: Possible Implications of Climate Change, International Journal of Innovative Knowledge Concepts (ISSN: 2454-2415), 7 (5), 238-243, 2019.

7. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Assessment of Cardiac Strain in Male Paddy Cultivators Using two Different Type of Paddy Thresher: A Comparison, Indian Agriculturist (ISSN: 0019-4336), 63, 49-55, 2019.

8. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Climate Change and Human Performance: A Study in Bengalee Male Agricultural Workers, International Journal of Innovative Knowledge Concepts (ISSN: 2454-2415), 7 (Special Issue 1), 72-80, 2019.

9. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, B Bhattacharya, S De, S Mukherjee, Rice Bran Oil Consumption: Cardiovascular Disease and Obesity Risk Reduction, Journal of Pharmacy Research (ISSN 0974-6943), 12 (3), 402-407, 2018.

10. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, P Biswas, S De, S Mukherjee, A Study on Select Novel Blood Pressure Indices in Adult Bengalee Females: Impact of Practicing Bharatnatyam Dancing, International Journal of Physical Education, Sports and Health (P-ISSN: 2394-1685 E-ISSN: 2394-1693), 5 (1), 25-29, 2018.

11. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, B Bhattacharya, S Mukherjee, Indian Classical Dancing and Cardiovascular Health Status: A Study in Bengalee Female Adults, Science and Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 84 (9-10), 339-343, 2018.

12. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Mukherjee, A Comparative Study on the Impact of Thermal Working Environmental Factors and Workload on Cardiac Response Indicators in Male Food Crop Cultivators of Two Ethnic Groups, Indian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 0972-8503), 24, 31-44, 2018.

13. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, T Santra, N Banerjee, K Ghosh, S Mukherjee, Assessment of Physiological Strain in Male Cultivators Engaged in Mechanized Paddy Threshing Task Using Two Different Types of Threshers, Science and Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 84 (5-6), 199-205, 2018.

14. P Biswas, N Banerjee, P Bhattacharya, A Adhikari, S Mukherjee and M De, Micronuclei In Exfoliated Buccal Cells: A Biomarker for DNA Damage Leading to Progression of Late Diabetic Complications in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients, International Journal of Current Advanced Research (ISSN: O: 2319-6475, ISSN: P: 2319 – 6505), 6(3), 2366-2371, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.24327/ijcar.2017. 2371.0011

15. S Bhattacharjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, P Biswas, S De, S Mukherjee, Role of Turmeric in Management of Different Non-Communicable Diseases, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (ISSN 2278-4357), 6 (7), 1767-1778, 2017, DOI: 10.20959/wjpps20177-9600

16. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Bhattacharjee, T Santa, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Association of Muscular Strength and Flexibility With Select Anthropometric Markers of Obesity: A Study on Adult Bengalee Kathak Danseuses, International Journal of Current Advanced Research (ISSN: O: 2319-6475, ISSN: P: 2319-6505), 6(6), 4310-4315, 2017.

17. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, S Mukherjee, Dietary Habits and Lifestyle Factors Associated with Adolescent Obesity: A Review, BEST: International Journal of Humanities, Arts, Medicine and Sciences, ISSN (P): 2348-0521, ISSN (E): 2454-4728, 5(07), 43-54, 2017.

18. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, S Mukherjee, Obesity – Motor Ability Linkage: A Study on Adult Bengalee Kathak Danseuse, Science & Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 83 (11-12), 400-405, 2017.

19. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, K Ghosh and S Mukherjee, Impact of Indian Classical Bharatnatyam Dancing in terms of Novel Anthropometric Markers of Cardio-Vascular Health Status: A Study in Bengalee Adult Females, International Journal of General Medicine and Pharmacy ISSN (P): 2319-3999; ISSN(E): 2319-4006, 6(4), 7-16, 2017.

20. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S De, S Mukherjee, Addressing the Public Health Challenge of Obesity through A Novel Strategy, Indian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 0972-8503), 23, 78-86, 2017.

21. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, T Santra, S Mukherjee, Assessment of Physiological Strain Due to Work and Exposure to Heat of Working Environments in Male Paddy Cultivators, Advances in Applied Physiology (ISSN P- 2471-9692, O- 2471-9714), 1(1), 8-11, 2016. doi: 10.11648/j.aap.20160101.12.

22. S Bhattacharjee, B Bhattacharya, N Banerjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Impacts of Extracts of Select Easily Available Plants on Obesity: Initial Quest for an Anti - Obesity Oral Supplement – A Review, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences Review and Research (ISSN 0976 – 044X), 41 (2), 28-33, 2016.

23. S Bhattacharjee, N Banerjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Body Physique and Motor Ability Status of Bengalee Adult Male Receiving Training in Football, Indian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 0972-8503), 22, 1-9, 2016.

24. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Recognition of Women in Science in India, Everyman’s Science (ISSN 0531 – 495X), XLIX (5), 286-290, 2015.

25. S Mukherjee, Tanaya Santra, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, Relationship between Some Anthropometric and Lung Function Variables: A Study on Occupationally Engaged Bengalee Females, Science & Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 81 (1 - 2), 41 – 43, 2015.

26. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, K Ghosh, S De, S Mukherjee, Impact of Indian Traditional Recreational Activity on Novel Anthropometric Markers of Diabetes in Bengali Females, International Physiology (ISSN: 2347-1506), 3 (1), 5-9, 2015.

27. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, B Chakraborty, D Banerjee, S Mukherjee, Indian Classical Dancing: An Approach for Obesity Management, International Physiology (ISSN: 2347-1506), 3(1), 23-28, 2015.

28. A Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, T Santra, K M Agrawal, S Mukherjee, Assessment of Physiological Strain in Male Paddy Cultivators due to Work and Exposure to Fluctuation in Thermal Conditions in Working Environments, Survey (ISSN: 0586-0008), 55 (3-4), 91-98, 2015.

29. S Bhattacharjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S De, S Mukherjee, Impact of Receiving Training in Football on Obesity and Physical Fitness Status: A Study in Bengali Male Adolescents, International Physiology (ISSN: 2347-1506), 3 (1), 35- 41, 2015.

30. S Mukherjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, T Santra, B Saha, Effect of Bharatnatyam Dancing on Body Composition of Bengalee Female Children, American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (ISSN 2333 4592- Print, 2333 4606 - Online), 2 (1), 56-59, 2014, doi:10.12691/ajssm-2-1-10.

31. S Mukherjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, Effect of Practicing Select Indian Classical Dance Forms on Body Composition Status of Bengalee Females: An Anthropometric Study, Indian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 0972-8503), 20, 40 – 48, 2014.

32. N Banerjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, U Banerjee, S Mukherjee, I Manna, A Study on Pulmonary Function of Adolescent Bengalee Trainee Bharatnatyam Dancers, American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (ISSN 2333 4592- Print, 2333 4606 - Online), 2 (5A), 45-47, 2014. doi: 10.12691/ajssm-2-5A-10.

33. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Kundu, S Bhattacharjee, S Mukherjee, Effect of Regular Practicing Bharatnatyam Dancing Exercise on Body Fat of Urban Female Teenagers, Indian Journal of Clinical Anatomy and Physiology, (ISSN 2394 – 2118 Print, 2394 – 2126 Online), 1 (1), 29 – 33, 2014.

34. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Kundu, S De, S Mukherjee, Relationship between Two Body Adiposity Estimating Methods: A Study in Bengalee Female Adolescents being Trained in Bharatnatyam Dance, International Physiology (ISSN 2347 - 1506), 2 (2), 41 – 49, 2014.

35. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, T Santra, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, I Manna, U Banerjee, S Mukherjee, Impact of Dancing on Obesity Indices on Bengalee Female Adolescents of Kolkata, American Journal of Sports Science and Medicine (ISSN 2333 4592- Print, 2333 4606 - Online) , 2 (5A), 40-44, 2014. doi: 10.12691/ajssm-2-5A-9.

36. S Mukherjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, Effect of Kathak Dancing on Obesity Indices in Women of Sedentary Avocations, Science & Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 80 (9–10), 279 – 282, 2014

37. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chaterjee, A Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, T Santra, B Saha, S Mukherjee, I Manna, A Study on Impact of Receiving Training on Football and Sprinting on Body Composition and Physical Fitness Status of Adolescent Males. American Journal of Sports Science (ISSN: 2330-8559 (Print); ISSN: 2330-8540(Online), 2 (6-1), 19-23, 2014. doi: 10.11648/j.ajss.s.2014020601.14.

38. S Mukherjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, B Chakrabarti, Impact of Bharatnattyam Dancing Exercise on Reducing Central Obesity in Adult Bengalee Females, Science & Culture (ISSN 0036 8156), 79 (11 – 12), 503 – 506, 2013.

39. S Mukherjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, Effect of Bharatnattyam Dancing on Body Composition and Physical Fitness Status of Adult Bengalee Females, Indian Journal of Biological Sciences (ISSN 0972-8503), 18, 9-15, 2012.

Book Chapters:

1. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, P Biswas, S De, S Mukherjee, Safety Begins at Kitchen: HFE Perspective, In: Ergonomics for Improved Productivity. Design Science and Innovation. Springer, Singapore (P-ISBN 978-981-15-9053-5, E-ISBN 978-981-15-9054-2), Muzammil M., Khan A.A., Hasan F. (eds). 883-894. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-9054-2_103

2. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, S De, S Mukherjee, Relation between Occupational Sitting Duration and Central Obesity? A Study in Bengalee Female Human Resources Engaged in Sedentary Occupation, In: Ergonomics for Improved Productivity. Design Science and Innovation. Springer, Singapore (P-ISBN 978-981-15-9053-5, E-ISBN 978-981-15-9054-2), Muzammil M., Khan A.A., Hasan F. (eds). 911-920. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-9054-2_106

3. N Banerjee, P Biswas, S Chatterjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Impact of Bharatnatyam Dancing on Obesity and Diabetes Status: A Study in Bengalee Female Human Resources Engaged in Sedentary Occupation, In: Ergonomics for Improved Productivity. Design Science and Innovation. Springer, Singapore (P-ISBN 978-981-15-9053-5, E-ISBN 978-981-15-9054-2), Muzammil M., Khan A.A., Hasan F. (eds). 921-929. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-9054-2_107

4. N Banerjee, Physical Exercise and Balanced Diet for Healthy Body and Mind, Basic and Applied Sciences into Next Frontiers : The Aspects of Bio & Physical Sciences (ISBN: 978-81-948993-0-3) edited by P.K. Paul, D Bhadra, K Biswas, P Giri and S Sarkar, New Delhi Publishers, New Delhi, India, 173-183, 2021. 

5. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Bhattacharjee, S Chatterjee, D Banerjee, S Mukherjee, Influence of Indian Classical Dancing on the Postural Stability of Adult Bengalee Females, In: Ergonomics for Improved Productivity. Design Science and Innovation. Springer, Singapore (P-ISBN 978-981-15-9053-5, E-ISBN 978-981-15-9054-2), Muzammil M., Khan A.A., Hasan F. (eds). 831-840. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-9054-2_98

6. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, D Banerjee, S Mukherjee, Effects of Bharatnatyam Dancing on the Cognitive Ability of Adult Bengalee Females, In: Ray G., Iqbal R., Ganguli A., Khanzode V. (eds) Ergonomics in Caring for People, Springer (Singapore) (ISBN Online 978-981-10-4980-4, ISBN Print- 978-981-10-4979-8), 313-320, 2018. Doi https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-4980-4_38

7. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Bhattacharjee, S De, S Mukherjee, Female Agricultural Workers’ Nutritional Issues: A Study in Rural Hooghly, In: Advance Technologies in Agriculture for Doubling Farmers' Income (ISBN: 978-93-86453-61-7) New Delhi Publisher, 217-224, 2018.

8. S Bhattacharjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Effect of Receiving Regular Football Training in Body Morphology and Fitness Status of Adult Bengalee Males of Hooghly District, In: Molecular Physiological and Nutritional Responses during Pathological Alteration of Cell Function, Aaheli Publisher (ISBN: 81-89169-33-5), 22-34, 2017.

9. N Banerjee, T Santra, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Prevalence of Overweight in Rural Sedentary Human Resources in Southern Part of West Bengal, India, In: Ergonomics for Rural Development (ISBN 978-93-5174-905-9), 89-96, 2015.

10. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Body Fat Estimation by Anthropometric and Impedance Techniques in Bengalee Females Engaged in Sedentary Work, In: Ergonomics for Rural Development (ISBN 978-93-5174-905-9), 448 - 455, 2015.

11. S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Effect of Kathak Dancing on Body Composition in Adult Bengalee Occupationally Engaged Women of Kolkata, In: Ergonomics for Rural Development (ISBN 978-93-5174-905-9), 461 - 467, 2015.

12. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Effect of Bharatnatyam Dancing on Psychological Health Status of Occupationally Engaged Females, In: User Centered Design and Occupational Wellbeing, McGraw Hill Education (ISBN 978 – 93- 392 – 1970 -3), 300 – 304, 2014.

13. S Bhattacharjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, T Santra, P Mondal, S Mukherjee, Impact of Bharatnatyam Dancing on Motor Ability of Adult Bengalee Occupationally Engaged Women of Kolkata, In: User Centered Design and Occupational Wellbeing, McGraw Hill Education (ISBN 978 – 93- 392 – 1970 -3), 311 – 315, 2014.

Conference Publication:

1. A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, T Santra, S Mukherjee, Seasonal Distribution of Thermal Comfort: A Study to Assess Physiological Strain in Male Paddy Cultivators in Southern Bengal, Proceedings of the International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (ISBN: 978-93-83006-81-6), NIT Jalandhar, 157-162, 2016.

2. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, T Santra, P Mondal, S Mukherjee, Fire Risk Assessment in a High Rise Hospital Building in Kolkata: Safety Issues from Ergonomic Perspective, Proceedings of the International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (ISBN 978-93-5258-836-7), IIT Bombay, 478-483, 2015.

3. S Bhattacharjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, A Chatterjee, S De, S Mukherjee, Impact of Receiving Training in Football on Body Physique and Fitness Status of Adult Bengalee Males, Proceedings of the International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (ISBN 978-93-5258-836-7), IIT Bombay, 404-410, 2015.

4. T Santra, A Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Mukherjee, Linkage between Some Select Anthropometric Measures and Hand Grip Strength: Study on Bengalee Male Agricultural Human Resources, Proceedings of the International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (ISBN 978-93-5258-836-7), IIT Bombay, 84-89, 2015.

5. S Kundu, S Chatterjee, N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, T Santra, S Mukherjee, Impacts of Recreational Creative Dance on Some Select Physiological Variables: A Study on Adult Bengalee Males, Proceedings of the International Conference on Humanizing Work and Work Environment (ISBN 978-93-5258-836-7), IIT Bombay, 432-436, 2015.

6. N Banerjee, S Chatterjee, S Mukherjee, Dancing Prevents from Being Overweight in Young Females, Proceedings of the Acharya P C Ray National Young Scientists’ Conference (ISBN- 978-81-927197-1-9), Presidency University and the University of Calcutta, Kolkata, 125-128, 2012.

Research Projects:

Special Achievements:

1. Qualified in NET

2. Acted as a Reviewer and member of Review Committee of books published by reputed Publisher.

3. Member Organizing Committee- SCMP Program jointly organized by VP, DST, GoI and ISNA, Kolkata, since 2019

4. Interviewed distinguished scientists on behalf of reputed journals

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