A. In peer reviewed journal
1. Probability distribution of extreme rainfall series for conservation planning in a sub-humid climate. (Applied Engineering in Agriculture, 2008 with V. N Sharda. and P. R. Ojasvi).
2. Application of differential global positioning system, laser surveying system and handheld computers in precision agriculture in a watershed. (International Jr. Tropical Agriculture, Vol. 25, No.3, 2007).
3. Modelling weekly rainfall using gamma probability distribution and Markov chain for crop planning in a sub-humid (dry) climate of central Bihar. (Indian Jr of Agricultural Sciences, Vol. 76, June 2006 with N. Subash, A. K. Sikka, V. N. Sharda and N. K. Sharma).
4. Modelling weekly rainfall data for crop planning in a sub-humid climate of India. (Agricultural Water Management, 76 (2): 120-138, 2005 with V. N. Sharda)
5. Rainfall characteristics and probability analysis for crop planning under rice-wheat system for sub-humid (dry) climate (Indian Jr. of Soil Conservation, 32(2), 124-128, 2004 with N. Subash).
6. Rapid survey technique using digital technology for collection of spatial and attribute data in agricultural research (Journal of the CSI, 33 (2): 1-5, 2003).
7. Growth models for describing state-wise wheat productivity (Indian Jr. of Agricultural Research, 34(3): 179-81, 2000, with Prajneshu).
8. Modelling wheat production at state level in post-green revolution era. Indian Jr. of Agricultural Sciences, 68(1): 23-6, 1998, with Prajneshu).
B. In Book/ Book Chapter
1. Water production function – a review. In Waste Recycling and Resource Management in the Developing World. Edited by B.B. Jana, R.D. Banerjee, B. Guterstam and J. Heeb. University of Kalyani, India and International Ecological Engineering Society, Switzerland. p.543-50 (2000 with S. R. Singh ).
C. In Conferences/ Seminars
1. Modelling wheat production in India. Jr. of Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics, Vol. XLIII (3), Dec. 1991, p.249 (Abstract) (with Prajneshu)
2. Nonlinear statistical models for describing state-wise wheat production data in post green - revolution era. Presented at the 49th Annual Conference of Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics during February 22-24, 1996 held at Lucknow. (with Prajneshu)
3. Nonlinear statistical models for describing yield-water relationship of wheat. Presented in the 53rd Annual Conference of Indian Society of Agricultural Statistics during December 2-4, 1999 held at Tiruchirappally.
4. A data warehouse approach to manage large volume of data. Presented at the 16th National Convention of Computer Engineers and National Seminar on “Impact of Information Technology on Quality of Life - Future Strategy” on December 15-16, 2001 at Patna (with N. Subash).
5. Application of Differential Global Positioning System in Land and Water management. Presented at the 16th National Convention of Computer Engineers and National Seminar on “Impact of Information Technology on Quality of Life - Future Strategy” on December 15-16, 2001 at Patna (with B. Saha and S. R. Singh).
6. Application of information technology in natural resource management for sustainable Agriculture. Presented at the XXXVI th Annual Convention and Symposium of ISAE during 28-30 January, 2002 held at Kharagpur (with A. K. Singh and A. Upadhyaya)
7. Cadastral mapping using DGPS technology. Presented at Users’ Meet held at NRSA, Hyderabad during 30-31 January 2002. (with Palmer-Jones Richard, B. Saha, S.S. Prasad, Rakesh Kumar, Sachin Dhingre and Manoj Singh).
8. Development of geo-database of irrigation water resources of the country. Presented at the International Conference on Developments in Hydrology held at Kolkata during 24-25 October 2002.
9. Irrigation water resources information system incorporating spatial data. Presented at ISPRS, NRSA, Hyderabad held during 3-6 December 2002 (with Manibhushan, Abhay Kumar, Sanjay Tewari, Girish Panchariya, Amlendu Shekhar).
10. Integrated input management in wheat under heavy soils of Sone command. Bihar. Abstract presented in National Symposium on Agriculture in Changing Global Scenario. 21-23 Feb. 2002 at IARI, New Delhi pp 94-95 (with S. S. Singh., L. K. Prasad, B. Saha, D. Subrahmanyam, and R. D. Singh)
D. In Training Manual
1. Das P. K. (2005) Statistical methods for watershed data analysis. In Winter School on Water Harvesting Techniques and Bio-engineering Measures for Drainage Line Treatment. Compiled by Juyal, G. P. and V. N. Sharda. Central Soil and Water Conservation Research and Training Institute, Dehradun.
Ph.D. work of Dr. Prabir K. Das has been referred to “Five Decades of Research in Biostatistics and Statistical Genetics: An overview” by P.S. Rana and Prajneshu published in the “Advances in Agricultural Statistics and Computer Applications”, Indian Agricultural Statistics Research Institute, New Delhi, pp 172-78, 1999.
• Provided statistical consultancy to TIFAC funded project entitled “A system’s approach to enhance rice-wheat productivity in Sone command” implemented in the Sone command area of Patna, Bihar.
• Provided input on statistical methodology for collection and analysis of data to different projects carried out by the working scientists of different disciplines in ICAR.
• Providing input on statistical methodology and data analysis to different projects carried out by the Faculty members of IIFT.
• Guided one student of Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi in the project work entitled “Development of Information System for Management of Agricultural Research Project”.
• Guided several MBA students on their Dissertation project.
Particulars of Post-qualification Training (Partial List)
• At IACR-Rothamsted, UK, University of Reading, UK and University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK on “Soil, geologic, hydrologic, meteorological, and other data base management including field verification and updating of cadastral maps using DGPS” and “Characterizing key environmental parameters that determine soil and crop management decisions”.
• At National Remote Sensing Agency, Hyderabad on “Remote sensing technologies and its applications including image processing, pattern recognition and GIS”.
• At NIIT, New Delhi on “Advanced software training covering RDBMS concepts, MS Access, Networking, & Oracle essentials, D2K,GIS and spatial data management concepts”.
• At National Academy of Agricultural Research Management, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh on “Foundation Course for Agricultural Research Service (Phase I & II)” and at BCKV, Kalyani, West Bengal on “Field Experience Training”.