1. Ph. D in English
Language and Literature from Univ. of Calicut, May 2011.
2. B.Ed( ENGLISH as Optional) 1996-1997 NSS COLLEGE OF
EDUCATION,OTTAPALAM, UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT.
3. MA-ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE (1993-1995 NSS
COLLEGE,OTTAPALAM, UNIVERSITY OF CALICUT).
4. B.A (English and History-Double Main)1990-1993,ST.THOMAS’
5. STATE ELIGIBILITY TEST PASSED.
Date of Joining service: 23.01.2012
1. Nov 2011—Dec 2011, Dist Programme Officer (on
deputation), Sarva Siksha Abhiyan, Thrissur
2. Aug 2006 -Dec 2011, H S S T in English, Govt. R S R V H S S
3. Dec 2005--July 2006, H S S T in English, Govt. H S S,
4. July 2000 to Nov 2005, H S S T in English, K K M H S S,
Area of Interest
Ecocriticism and Cultural Studies
Currently working on a minor research project funded by UGC
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UGC MRP Executive Summary
Languages and Skills
• Good Interpersonal Communication skills
• Positive Classroom and Behavior Management strategies
• Mentoring and Skills development attitude
• Research aptitude
• Skilful use of ICT and media resources in research
• Multicultural awareness and student-centered learning
• Whole group learning and student assessment
• Serving as Secretary, Parent Teachers Association, Sri Vyasa
NSS College Wadakkanchery.
• Serving as Secretary, Planning Board (UGC Schemes) Sri Vyasa
NSS College Wadakkanchery
• Serving as Member, Board of Directors, Peringandur Service
Co-operative Bank Ltd, Athani, Thrissur.
• Served as Programme Officer, National Service Scheme- Unit No
58,Sri Vyasa NSS College 2012-2015.
• Served as Advisor to the Students’ Union, Sri Vyasa NSS
• Served as Master Trainer in Additional Skill Acquisition
Programme (ASAP), Govt of Kerala.
• Served as Chairman – (Students Union-St. Thomas College,
• Served as University Union Councilor-University of Calicut,
• Served as District Secretary, Kerala Sasthra Sahithya
1. “When Social Revolution Sprouts From the Streets: The Unique
Experience of the Kalajathas”, Lux Montis: Journal of Commerce,
Management and English Literature. Kottayam: GIAL, July 2016.
2.“Aspects of Creative and Political Resistance in the Poems of
International Journal of English Language, Literature and
Skills, Volume IV, Issue IV, January 2016. ISSN 2278-0742.
Impact Factor 2.317
3. “New Media and Democracy: Theory and Praxis beyond
Postmodernity”, Indian Journal of Postcolonial Literature, Vol
15, Issue 2. Ed. Bijimol Thomas. Thodupuzha: New Man College,
Dec 2015. ISBN 0974-7370.
4.“Sara Joseph’s Aathi: Acculturation, Resistance and Survival.”
Full Paper Proceedings, Mercy College, Plakkad. Nov. 2015. ISBN
5. “Liminality and Identity in a Borderless World: a Study of
the White Tiger”, Roots: International Journal of
Multidisciplinary Researches, Vol II, Issue 1. Aug 2015. ISSN
6. “Nature as a Poem: An Ecocritical Reading of the Poetry of
William Wordsworth”, Pursuits: A Journal of Comparative Studies.
Vol IX. Nov 2011. ISSN 0974-7400.
Papers Presented in Seminars
1.“New Media and Democracy: Theory and Praxis beyond
Postmodernity” in UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “The
Postmodern Pedagogy of Multiple Literacies: A Transdisciplinary
Critique on Cultural Studies and Media Effects” organized by the
Post Graduate and Research Department of English, Newman
College, Thodupuzha, Kerala on 11-12 August 2015.
2.“Street Theatre for Social Revolution: A Unique Experience of
the Kalajathas of KSSP” in a UGC Sponsored National Seminar on
“Trajectories of Theatre Studies: Including exclusions”
organized by the Post Graduate Department of English
N S S College, Ottapalam, - Kerala on 8-9 October 2015.
3. “ Authoritarian Irrationalism, Culture Industry and emergent
cultures: musings on contemporary Kerala Society” in a UGC
Sponsored National Seminar on “ Discourses and Cultural Studies”
organized by PG Department of English, NSS College Manjery ,
Malappuram- Kerala in association with Department of English Sri
Sankaracharya University of Sanskrit- Regional Centre Tirur,
Kerala on 15-17 December 2014.
4. “Sara Joseph’s Aathi: A Hymn of Resistance and Survival” in
International Seminar on “Postcoloniality in transition”
conducted by Department of Commonwealth Literary Studies, The
English and Foreign Languages University (EFLU), Hyderabad on 16
& 17 January 2013.
5. “Liminality and identity in a borderless world: a study of
the white tiger” in national Seminar on “English language and
literature: changing trends” organized by Department of English,
Jerome College, Nagercoil-Tamil Nadu on 13 March 2015.
6.“Engaging Post colonial Structures of Oppression and hegemony:
Arundhati Roy’s Critique of Neo-Imperialism.” in a UGC Sponsored
International Seminar on “defamiliarising Identities in post
colonial literature” organised by PG and Research Department of
English, Madras Christian College (Autonomous) Chennai on 12
7. “Crossing the Threshold: Liminality in The White Tiger” in
UGC sponsored National Seminar on “Transforming Self and
Modernity: Contemporary Indian English Literature” organised by
Postgraduate Dept. of English, St. Aloysius College, Thrissur
Kerala on 22 and 23 February 2013.
8. “Aspects of Creative and Political Resistance in the Poems of
Kamala Das” in a International Conference on “Revisiting
Madhavikutty/Kamala Das/Suraiya” organized by Postgraduate Dept.
of English, St.Aloysius College,Thrissur Kerala on 19 October
9. “Divergent Dilemmas: The Question of Nationalism and
Modernity as depicted in Tagore’s Ghare Bhaire” in Prof A.V.
Balakrishnan Commemorative seminar on organized by Dept. of
History, Sri Vyasa NSS College Wadakkanchery on 22 August 2012.