DR. RAVINDRA NATH SINGH
DR. RAVINDRA NATH SINGH
: Reader, Department of AIHC
& Archaeology, Banaras Hindu University,
283/2, Mahamanapuri Colony, P.O.-BHU, Varanasi-221 005, Tel.
emails : firstname.lastname@example.org;
: B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D., PG Dip. in
Spectroscopy, Ad. Dip. in Russian & Dip. in Yoga
: More than 12 years experience of
Teaching PG & UG Classes, About 30 years
experience of Research & Archaeology
fieldwork and experience
: Analyses of archaeological materials
by SEM, EPMA, X-Ray, Metallography & Chemical
N.Singh, Archaeometallurgy in
India : A Study
of Copper & Iron Objects from N. India,
Archaeology of the Karamnasha Valley: Chandauli District, in
N.Singh Characterisation of Ancient Metal Objects from the
Middle Ganga Plain’in press.
a.1998:V.D.Misra (Chief Editor), R. N.Singh,
et.al.(Jt.Editors), Reconstructing History-Vol.I Archaeology
& History, Varanasi
b.1998: as aboveVol.II : Art, Religion & Indian
c.1998:as above Vol.III: (Itihas Sanrachana),
and Ravindra N.Singh, History of Science and
Technology during Gupta Period, Delhi.
National Seminar on Archaeometallurgy -Abstract Book, V.
Tripathi (Editor), R. N.Singh, et.al.
N.Singh, Ancient Indian Glass : Archaeology &
Technology, Delhi ( ICHR’s publication Grant).
"History of Prehistoric Chemistry
80 papers published in National and
International Journals, more than 30 Citations by several
(About four dozen papers published in refereed
journals -national & international).
1986 UGC Fellow,
Indo-Soviet Cultural Exchange at Pushkin
1989 Summer Schools of
University, USA held at
1990 Summer Schools on
1993 Summer Workshop on
Computers in Archaeology, Deccan College PGRI,
1994-95 The Nehru Trust Fellow,
Institute of Archaeology,
University of London
2001-02 The Royal Society- London
Fellowship (INSA), Department of Archaeology,
2003-05 Associate, Indian Institute of
Advanced Study, Rashtrapati Niwas, Shimla.
Refresher Course in Archaeology, Deccan College, Pune,
In addition to
several National Seminars, also attended
International Seminars & Conferences held
in Romania, Canada, Germany, Norway,
Czechoslovakia, China, etc. and also visited UK, USA, France,
Holland and others .
1994-1995, Archaeometallurgy of South & South East Asia,
project undertaken as the Nehru Trust Fellow at the
Archaeology, University of London, UK
2001-2002, Characterisation of Metals from Middle Gangetic
Plains, The Royal Society, London 's Fellowship at the Department of Archaeology, University of Cambridge (Completed)
1999-2003, Field-work project, ‘Archaeological Explorations in
Chandauli District, with UP State Archaeology(in
2001-2003, Research Project entitled, ‘An Ethno-technological
Study of Iron Metallurgy in Chandauli and neighbouring
2003-2007, History of Chemistry in Ancient India,
Associate-ship awarded by the Indian Institute of Advanced
Principal Investigator (India) of the
UKIERI (the British Council) Projects- on the ‘ the
Decline of Harappans and Climate’ with Dr. C.A. Petrei of Department
of Archaeology, University of
UK since April
2007(147000 Pound Sterling).
a Member of the Projects entitled, “Archaeological Geography of
Gangetic Valley” and 'The Deccan Routes' of Department of
Cambridge. UK since 1996
MEMBERS OF THE ACADEMIC
Member of the
Indian Society for Prehistoric and Quaternary
Society of India
Prehistory Association, Canberra
Archaeological Sciences, Michigan.
World Archaeological Congress.