Smt. Srinjana Ghosh

Position Assistant Professor (Stage 2) in WBES
Department Zoology
Specialization Fisheries and Aquaculture Technologies


Degree Field of Study Institution Year
M.Sc Zoology University of Calcutta 2004
M.Phil Sanskrit University of Calcutta 2006

Contact Information


Teaching Experience

  • Since 2008

Colleges served

  • Taki Govt. College: 26.11.2008 to 13.06.2016
    Bethune College: 2016-till date

Research Interests

  • Ecology, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Conservation.
    Avian ecology, Entomo diversity, and Taxonomy, Ecobiology, Threats and Conservation approaches dealing with Luciolinae fauna (Coleoptera: Lampyridae) from eastern India (selected sites of Odisha and West Bengal).

Teaching Responsibilities

  • Undergraduate course in Zoology as per University of Calcutta Syllabus (CBCS and NEP)
  •  Postgraduate course in Zoology as per University of Calcutta Syllabus (CBCS)

Topics being taught

  • Non-Chordate and Chordate biology, Endocrinology, Enzyme Kinetics, Reproductive Biology, Ecology, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Conservation for UG and PG courses (Theory and Practical); conducted Field sampling and academic excursions at UG and PG levels.
  • Supervision of PG dissertation.


  • Ghosh S, Sarkar SK, Chakraborty S (2023a) New distributional records of fireflies (Coleoptera, Lampyridae, Luciolinae) from two Eastern States of India with notes on their biology and an updated Indian checklist. Biodiverse data j 11: e98948.
  • Ghosh S, Saha S, Chakraborty S (2023b) The floral associates of fireflies (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Luciolinae) as recorded in two eastern Indian states with reference to their display plants. J Asia Pac Biodivers 16 (2): 2023: 174-183,
  • Ghosh S, Bera D, Chakraborty SK (2023c) Synchronisation of gut enzymes with differential foraging spectrum of two species of firefly (Coleoptera: Lampyridae: Luciolinae) from India with special reference on prey preferences of their larvae. J ent Res 47 (2): 266-272.
  • Ghosh S, Halder P, Chakraborty SK et al. (2023d) Eco-ethological attributes of the Indian Giant Squirrel Ratufa indica in Kuldiha Wildlife Sanctuary, Odisha, India. J ent Res 47 (2): 266-272. Asian Journal of Conservation Biology12 (1): 42–53.
  • Ghosh S et al. (2022a) A study on the spatiotemporal distribution of earthworm populations in the academic institution campus of Bethune College, Kolkata, West Bengal. WSN 167 (2022) 123-144.
  • Ghosh S. (2022 b) A short-term survey on menopausal transition in selected urban and rural areas in West Bengal, India. WSN 169 (2022) 1-13

Professional Affiliations

  • Life Member of Zoological Society of India