He is working an Assistant Professor at the Department of Geography, Chandrapur College, Purba Barddhaman, West Bengal, India. He is an Applied Geographer (specialization in Advanced Geomorphology) with post-graduate, M.Phil. and Ph. D. degrees in Geography from The University of Burdwan, India. He has published more than 40 international and national research papers in various renowned geography and geoscience journals. He has authored a book entitled Flood Hydrology and Risk Assessment: Flood Study in a Dam-Controlled River of India. He has co-edited six books which are published in the Springer Nature and CRC book series. In addition, he has reviewed articles of many international geoscience journals published by Springer, Taylor & Francis, and the International Water Association (IWM). He is a lifetime member of The International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS), Eastern Geographical Society (EGS), and Indian Geographical Foundation (IGF). His principal research fields are various dimensions of fluvial geomorphology, flood geomorphology, Quaternary geology, and laterite study. Most recent he has worked on the gully geomorphology and soil erosion on the lateritic terrain of West Bengal and the Quaternary geology and active tectonics of the western Bengal Basin.