Dr. N.Ghosh Hajra

Dr. N.Ghosh Hajra

Dr. Ghosh Hajra is involved in the OTAC activities. He has been working with organic tea and other crops for almost twenty years.


His major professional skills and expertise are:

  1. Sustainable Agriculture/Farming Systems/Natural Resource Management
  2. Crop Production and Processing - Organic and Non-Organic.
  3. Organic and Small Scale Agronomy. Low Input Cost Agriculture. Use of Biopesticides
  4. Marketing of Organic, Fair Trade and Premium Agricultural Products
  5. Research & Development - Crops and Agro-Industrial Processing
  6. Organic Conversion & Certification Advice and Pre-Certification Systems and Traceability Audits
  7. Education & Training - Large and Small - Scale Farming - Practical Aspects of Organic Production
  8. Project Design, Preparation of Studies, Reports and Manuals
  9. General Business Management Consultancy. Accounting systems, Budgets
  10. Quality Control Systems and Operations Manuals Including HACCP
Dr. Ghosh Hajra authored four books. His recent book is Organic Tea: Cultivation and Marketing. He has to his credit around one hundred scientific papers, monographs in professional journals of international repute. His work and publications attracted awards and gold medal.

Dr. Ghosh Hajra has been invited speaker at several international conferences including some of those held at Bordeau, France; Beijing, China, Brussels, Belgium and Japan.

Tea and Health: Science behind the Myths.

Tea and Health: Science behind the Myths This book offers comprehensive review of the major health benefits of tea consumption, the antioxidative actions of tea catechins and polyphenols, investigates cancer fighting properties, and much more. The book also includes history, types and manufacturing process of tea.Buy This Book

Organic Tea: Cultivation and Marketing

Organic Tea: Cultivation and Marketing This book covers all important aspects of organic tea production, consumption, market, trade, supply deficits, prices and premiums, standards, certification and accreditation aimed at a range of readers, from planters cultivating tea organically or considering converting, to advisors, researchers and students who require not only detailed information but also access to source material.Buy This Book