NameAnindya Pain
Date of Birth18.04.1989;
Present DesignationScientist
DivisionGeotechnical Engineering
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Educational Attainments

Degree / DiplomaMain SubjectUniversity/Institution with DistinctionCountryYear of Passing
B.Tech.Civil EngineeringJalpaiguri Government Engineering CollegeIndia2010
M.Tech.EIDM (Enginnering of Infrastructure and Disaster Mitigation, Building)AcSIR, New DelhiIndia2012


a) Main Area of SpecializationCivil Engineering
b) Sub-area of SpecializationGeotechnical Engineering

Countries visited in connection with higher studies, research training, employment and other scientific assignments:

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Publications and Patents
  • Current Publications (2012 onwards):

International/National Journal papers:-

  1. A. Pain, D. Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, Closure to “Seismic Uplift Capacity of Horizontal Strip Anchors Using a Modified Pseudodynamic Approach” by Anindya Pain, Deepankar Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya; DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)GM.1943-5622.0000471 (tentatively accepted).
  2. A. Pain, D. Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, “Seismic uplift capacity of horizontal strip anchors using a modified pseudo-dynamic approach”, International Journal of Geomechanics, ASCE, 2016, 16(1): 04015025  [DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)GM.1943-5622.0000471] (IF: 1.197/2013).
  3. A. Pain, D. Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, “Seismic stability of retaining wall-soil sliding interaction using modified pseudo-dynamic method”, Géotechnique letters (ICE), 2015, 5(1), 56-61 [(DOI): 10.1680/geolett.14.00116]. (IF: 1.612/2013).
  4. A. Pain, D. P. Kanungo S. Sarkar, “Rock Slope Stability Assessment using Finite Element based Modeling – Examples from the Indian Himalayas”, Geomechanics and Geoengineering: an international journal, (ISSN: 1748-6025) Taylor & Francis, United Kingdom, 2014, 9(3), 215-230(DOI:10.1080/17486025.2014.883465) (IF: 0.24/2013).
  5. Deepankar Choudhury, Amey Deepak Katdare and Anindya Pain, “New method to compute seismic active earth pressure on retaining wall considering seismic waves”, Geotechnical and Geological Engineering: an international journal, 2014, Vol. 32 (2), 391-402, Springer, Netherlands (DOI: 10.1007/s10706-013-9721-8).
  6. D. P. kanungo, A.Pain and S. Sharma, “Stability Assessment of a potential debris slide in Garhwal Himalayas, India”, Indian Landslides, 2013, Vol.6(2).
  7. D. P. Kanungo, S. Sharma and A.Pain, “Artificial Neural Network (ANN) and Regression Tree (CART) Application for Indirect Estimation of Unsaturated Soil Shear Strength Parameters”, Frontiers of Earth Science (Springer, IF:0.516/2013), 2014, Vol. 8(3), 439-456 (10.1007/s11707-014-0416-0).
  8. S.Rukhaiyar, M.Singh and A.Pain, “A study of Numerical Modelling of a Rock Slope Based on Modified Mohr-Coulomb Criterion”, Journal of Rock Mechanics and Tunniling Technology, 2013, Vol.19(2), 81-98.
  9. D. P. Kanungo, A. Pain and S. Sharma, “Finite Element Modeling Approach to Assess the Stability of Debris and Rock Slopes – A Case Study from the Indian Himalayas”, Natural Hazards (Springer, IF:1.958/2013), 2013 (DOI: 10.1007/s11069-013-0680-4), Vol.69(1), 1-24.

International/National Conference papers:-

  1. A. Pain, Deepankar Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, “Seismic bearing capacity factor for surface strip footings” Proceedings of the Geo-Chicago 2016: Sustainability, Energy, and the Geoenvironment, ASCE, August 14-18, 2016, Chicago, Illinois, USA, 2016 (tentatively accepted paper ID 255).
  2. A. Pain, Deepankar Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, “Computation of rotational displacements of gravity retaining walls by pseudo-dynamic method”, Proceedings of the 4th GeoChina 2016 International Conference: Sustainable Civil Infrastructures: Innovative Technologies for Severe Weathers and Climate Changes, ASCE, July 25-27, Shandong, China, 2016 (accepted paper ID 266).
  3. A. Pain, Deepankar Choudhury and S. K. Bhattacharyya, “Computation of sliding displacements of gravity retaining walls by modified pseudo-dynamic method”, In. proceeding of 50th Indian Geotechnical Conference, College of Engineering, Pune, India, 2015, paper ID – 567.
  4. S. Sarkar, A. Pain, M. Samanta and D.P. Kanungo, “Hill slope stability based on Generalized Hoek-Brown Criterion – A Case Study from Sikkim Himalaya”, Int. Conf. on Engineering Geology in New Millennium, IIT Delhi, India, 2015, 1274-1281.
  5. G.Tiwari, N.K. Samadhiya and A.Pain, “Stress Strain distribution within geosynthetic reinforced slopes: a parametric study”,In. proceeding of Indian Geotechnical Conference 2013, Roorkee: India.
  6. P.Kakarla, S. Sharma, D. P. Kanungo, A.Pain and R. Anbalagan, “Artifical Neural Network approach based indirect estimation of shear strength parameters of soil”, In. proceeding of Indian Geotechnical Conference 2013, Roorkee: India.
  7. G.Tiwari, N.K. Samadhiya and A.Pain, “Study of effect of bolt anchorage parameters on rock slope stability by FEM”, In. proceeding of 4th Indian Rock Conference, 2013, 431-439, Solan:India.
  8. S.Rukhaiyar, N.K. Samadhiya and A.Pain, “Artificial Neural Networks as a basis for predicting polyaxial strength of intact rock”, In. proceeding of 4th Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference, 2013, 29-32, Chennai: India.
  9. D. P. Kanungo, A. Pain, S. Sarkar, S. Sharma, S. K. Jain and Z. Ahmad, “Field investigation and finite element modelling of a progressive debris slide in the Indian Himalayas”, Proceedings of 4th International conference on Monitoring, Simulation, Prevention and Remediation of Dense and Debris Flows,1, 2012, 15-26, Dubrovnik: Croatia.
  • Publications previous to 2009: NIL
  • Tech. Reports: NIL
  • Scientific Books / Book Chapters: NIL
  • Articles: NIL
  • Patents filed / granted: NIL
  • Processes Developed: NIL
  • Process Under Utilization: NIL

Awards and Distinctions (including fellowships of the learned societies):.

Name of AwardAwarded byAwarded forYear
Any other:
Member of BIS committee – Section 2 Soils and Foundations CED 46:P5