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Small Donations - Agricultural Sciences

 Collection
Identifier: SD-003

Scope and Contents

The S Subramanya material is a part of “SD-003-Small Donations-Agricultural Science”. The material is under a sub-series titled “UAS Publications” under the second series titled “S Subramanya”. The sub-series contains two booklets in Kannada related to entomology and one booklet in English regarding a student’s colloquium.

Dates

  • Creation: 1967 - 2014

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for public access unless mentioned otherwise. In its capacity as an academic and educational center, the Archives at NCBS is making digital objects available online for open viewing and research purposes. The Archives at NCBS makes no representation that it is the copyright owner in all of its collections. While there is open access, the user must obtain all necessary rights and clearances before any use, reproduction, or distribution of material. For details, please see Section 3 of our Access Policy: https://archives.ncbs.res.in/access.

Conditions Governing Use

Digital material from the Archives at NCBS are made available online for non-commercial research purposes. Permission for reproduction or distribution must be obtained in writing from the Archives at NCBS (archives@ncbs.res.in). The Archives at NCBS makes no representation that it is the copyright owner in all of its collections. The user must obtain all necessary rights and clearances before the use of the material.

Biographical / Historical

S Subramanya is an ornithologist and an entomologist. He worked as a senior faculty in agricultural entomology at the University of Agricultural Sciences, Bangalore till his retirement in 2018. Under Dr. Salim Ali, Subramanya worked on the bird migration project at Point Calimere, Bharatpur and Harike. He worked on birds in agricultural ecosystems during his PhD and went on to study entomology. Subramanya’s contributions to ornithology include compiled details on heronries in India, surveys on several enigmatic bird species in southern India, including the Yellow-throated Bulbul and Broad-tailed Grassbird, establishment of the Ramadevarabetta Vulture Sanctuary at Ramnagara to save the habitat of the critically endangered Indian Vulture and getting GKVK Campus declared as a Biodiversity Heritage Site.

Extent

0.5 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger style archive-box)

Language of Materials

English

Arrangement

The intellectual arrangement strives to preserve provenance and original order of the papers. Where an original order could not be found, the Archives has applied for an order, and folders within the sub-series are arranged usually in chronological or alphabetical order. See the Scope and Content section for details.

Physical Location

Archives at NCBS

Title
Small Donations - Agricultural Sciences
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Archives at NCBS Repository

Contact:
National Centre for Biological Sciences - Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Bangalore Karnataka 560065 India
+9180 6717 6010
+9180 6717 6011