Assistant Professor of English
- Staff Editor of Musings 2012
- Member, College Exam Committee 2013
- Co-ordinator, UGC sponsored National Seminar on Transculturation in Contemporary British and American Poetry
- Co-Editor, Proceedings and Book on Transculturation in Contemporary British and American Poetry
- Demeter and Persephone- Rita Dove’s Mother Love as an Exploration of Mother Daughter Relationship Research Scholar ISSN 22496696 Vol 1 II A Dec 2011)
- Publication of the book Transculturation in Contemporary British and American Poetry is in the offing.
- ‘Urumi: The Boy Who Wanted to Kill Vasco da Gama ’- a Narrative of Heroism : Reconstruction of the Real Heroes and Heroines of Kerala during Portugal Invasion presented at The Cultural Impact of the Portugese on Kerala- UGC Sponsored National Seminar organised by the Department of History , St. Cyril’s College, Adoor from 10.10.2010 t0 12.10.2010
2.Koodiyattam –Themes and Techniques presented at the National Seminar on Koodiyattom organised by the Department of English, St.Cyril’s College, Adoor in association with Kendra Sangeeth Natak Academy, New Delhi, Minstry of Cultural Affairs, Shakthi Bhadra Samskarika Samithy, Kodumon on 10-11-2011
3.Media as Medium for the Protection of Women’s Rights presented at Human Rights- Know Your Rights- Seminar on Human Rights organised by the Department of English and the Department of Economics, St. Cyril’s College, Adoor and sponsored by the Institute of Parliamentary Affairs, Thiruvananthapuram on 22.11.2011
4.“The Melting Pot” Cultural Identity in Benjamin Zephaniah presented at the Conference on English Literature Across Cultures organized by the Dept. Of English, St John’s College, Palyamkottai, on 2nd and 3rd April 2012
5.“Rhetoric of Rastafarianism” – Expression of Cultural Britain through Orality in Benjamin Zephaniah’s Poems presented at the UGC sponsored National Seminar on Transculturation in Contemporary British and American Poetry organized by the Department of English, St Cyril’s College Adoor on 12th and 13th August 2013.
6.Mythical Re-reading of Contemporaneity- Rita Dove’s Mother Love and Carol Ann Duffy’s The World’s Wifepresented at the UGC sponsored National Seminar on Reading Literature in the Contemporary Critical Paradigm organized by the Department o English, Bishop Moore College, Mavelikkara on 13and 14 August 2013
7.From Rural ‘Morality’ to Urban ‘Ethics’: Unravelling the Mordant Wit in Aravind Adiga’s The White Tiger at the International Humour Conference organize by Littcrit on December 6, 7 and 8 December 2013 at IIST Valiyamala.
8.Synergizing Teaching-Learning : Constructivist Paradigms in English Language Teaching presented at the Multi Disciplinary Seminar on “Innovation and Best Practices in Teaching and Learning” organized by Muslim College of Education, Thiruvithancode, Tamil Nadu on January 24 and 25, 2014.
9.Carol Ann Duffy’s The World’s Wife : A Foregrounding of Women’s Voices through Mythical Subversionpresented at the International Conference on Emerging Trends in Science, Engineering, Business and Disaster Management organized by Noorul Islam University, Kumaracoil, Tamil Nadu on February 28, 2014.
10.Topistics and the Changing environment in Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s The Dawn at Hand presented at the National Seminar o n Understanding Aboriginal Australia from 8-9 January 2015 conductd by Centre for Australian Studies, Institute of English, Thiruvananthapuram
11.A Postcolonial Mapping of Transcultural Ethnicity, Subjectivity and Identity in the Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks presented at the multi-disciplinary International Conference on “Rethinking Teaching in the 21st Century” held at Muslim College of Education, Thiruvithamcode on 9th and 10th March 2016.
12.A Postcolonial Cartographing of Transcultural Ethnicity, Subjectivity and Identity in the Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks and Benjamin Zephaniah presented at the International Conference on Social Science and Humanities conducted by the International Journal for Arts and Science at Harvard Medical School Boston USA from May 22- 24, 2016.
- Rasanubhava and Contemporary Indian Theatre UGC sponsored national seminar conducted by the Dept. Of English, St. Cyril’s College, Adoor on 2nd,3rd, 4th December 2009
- Appropriate Knowledge &Curriculum for English Studies: Need for a New Epistemology- UGC sponsored national seminar conducted by the Dept. Of English, N.S.S College Pandalam on 4th, 5th, 6thAugust 2011
- The Cultural Impact of the Portugese on Kerala- UGC Sponsored National Seminar organised by the Department of History , St. Cyril’s College, Adoor from 10.10.2011 t0 12.10.2011
- National Seminar on Koodiyattom- National Seminar organise by the Department of English, St. Cyril’s College,Adoor in association with The Ministry of Cultural Affairs and Kendra Sangeet Natak Academy, NewDelhi and Margi Thiruvananthapuaram on 10.11.2011
- Seminar on Human Rights- Know Your Rights organised by the department of English and Economics, St. Cyril’s College, Adoor and sponsored by The Institute of Parliamentary Affairs, Thriuvananthapuram on 21.11.2011 and 22.11.2011.
- Cultural Studies: Towards a New Critical Paradigm – UGC sponsored National Seminar organised by the Dept. Of English ,Marthoma College, Thiruvalla on 16thand 17th January 20127. Changing Worlds: Reviewing and Reinventing Literature and Culture. UGC Sponsored International Seminar organised by the Department of English Catholicate College, Pathanamthitta in collaboration with School of Letters Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam.
- Workshop on Teaching English Language Skills organised by the University of Kerala and The Cambridge University Press on 19thand 20thOctober 2010 at Women’s College, Thiruvananthapuram
- One Day Educational Conference of Academic staff members conducted by M.O.C at Mar Dionysius College, Pazhanji on 20.11.2010
- Two Day Workshop on Research Methodology organised by the Research Promotion Council, MOC Colleges on 10th& 11th of March 2011 at Kuriakose Gregorios College, Pampady
Research and Teaching Experiences
Pursuing Ph D
Minor Research Project on Transculturation in the Poetry of Benjamin Zephaniah and Gwendolyn Brooks