Dr. Sachin Kumar Tiwary

Dr. Sachin Kumar Tiwary

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Dr. Sachin Kumar Tiwary has had a great passion for the field of archaeology right from his college days. He completed a Bachelor Degree from Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi in 2005 and acquired his post-graduate degree in Ancient Indian History, Culture and Archaeology from the same University, Varanasi in 2007.

He then did a Post Graduate Diploma in Archaeology from the Institute of Archaeology, Archaeological Survey of India and achieved the highest mark in 2009. He has completed his Ph.D. on “Rock art of Kaimur Region” from Patna University, Patna, Bihar, India. At present he is posted as Assistant Archaeologist in the Patna Circle, Archaeological Survey of India under the Ministry of Culture, Government of India, Patna, Bihar, India. Dr. Tiwary has conserved many historical monuments of Madhya Pradesh and Bihar state of India.

He has participated in five excavations of early Historic sites of India. He has published 26 articles in International, National and Regional humanities Journals and one book. He has also presented about 30 research papers at International, National and regional level.


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