|Educational qualification||B.Ed. , M.A., MPhil., PGD (Archaeology), JRF|
|Date of Entry in service||04.09.2018|
|Website/Blog (if any)|
|Teaching area||Ancient Indian History and Archaeology|
Research Projects, funding etc.
|participated in several archaeological explorations, excavation, conservation and preservation programme, organised by Archaeological Survey of India as well as Kerala Council for Historical Research. Published number of article in national and international journals and also presented paper in national and international seminars. Presently, I am pursuing part time Ph. D programme under the supervision of Prof. K.P. Rao, at University of Hyderabad on the topic entitled as “ Pre and Proto Historic Investigations in Dindi and Musi River Valley ” and carried out extensive field work for my M. Phil dissertation entitled as “Tombs of the Dead and Cult of the Living: Megalithic Survivals at Kuthanur Region-Kerala, and later also for Ph.D. work. I have conducted several rounds of field work including filed walking, field survey, archival research etc. in my study area. My field experience has allowed me to gain valuable insights into how people live and to understand wide range of environments. During the period of Post Graduation Diploma in Archaeology at Institute of Archaeology (Red Fort-Delhi), got chance to work with the academic experts in the field of archaeology and anthropology who taught me the value of studying and preserving the archaeological sites. These experience have also helped me to develop a good skill which are invaluable in the field of Anthropology and Archaeology. I had worked as Research Associate and Faculty of Archaeology in Kerala Council for Historical Research ( KCHR ) from 22/03/2017 to 03/09/2017. Since then, attempted to co-ordinate the Post Graduate diploma in Archaeology course. Apart from this, directly interfered into internal and external administration of the Pattanam Archaeological site and organized Flood Relief Camp at Pattanam-KCHR during my tenure|
Books/Chapter in books
|.1. 2013. “Iron: From Antiquity to Culture”. International Conference on Asian Art, Cultutre and Heritage, August 21st–23rd,, IAAH, Centre for Asian Studies, University of Kelaniya, Srilanka, ISSBN 978-955-4563-09, 329-333
2. 2015. ''Glimpses of Kerala Megalithic Tradition''. Arnava: a refereed journal, Vol. IV, No.2, ISSN 2320-0103, pp- 71-76.
3. 2016. ''Indian Feudalism: Problems and Issues''. Research Deliberation: An International Refereed Journal for Humanities and Social Science, Volume-II/Issue-I (May, 2016), ISSN 2395-7778, pp- 21-24
4. 2017. “The Prehistoric Relevance in the Krishna River Valley”, Arnava, Vol. VI, No.1, June 2017, ISSN 2320-0103 5. 2017. 'Megalithic Ceramic Tradition in Kerala'', ICON- Journal of Archaeology and Culture, Vol. 4, Bhopal, ISSN 2347-7030
6. 2017. “Iron: From Metal to Metallurgy'', Heritage: Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies in Archaeology, Vol.5, ISSN 2347-5463
7. 2017. Archaeology of Kerala: Issues and Challenges, 5th Annual International Kerala History Conference,
8. 2018. Early Historic Urban Centres in Kerala: From Texts to Ground, ICON- Journal of Archaeology and Culture, Vol. 5, Bhopal, ISSN 2347-7030
9. A Glimpses of Ancient Port Town in Kerala, 3rd International Conference of Kanyakumari Academics of Arts and Science from 28-29, 2018, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Marthandam., ISBN 978-93-81658-24-6
10. 2014. '' Tombs of the Dead and Cult of the living: Megalithic Tradition at Kuthannur Region, Kerala''. Heritage and Us: Conserve It For The Future, year 3, issue 3, Oct/Sept, ISSN 2319-1201, pp. 58-70.
11. 2014. “Megalithic Cult: Faith and Belief”. Prag Samiksha: A National Journal for History, Culture and Archaeology, 1(2), ISSN 2321 -659X, pp. 78-95
12. 2013. ''Iron: Antiquity, Technology and Social Organisation in Theoretical Perspectives'', 37th annual session of the Andhra Pradesh History Congress from 5-6th January, ISSN 2320-057X, pp. 69-71
13. 2013. ''Some Reflections on Kerala Megaliths: Problems and Issues'', 33rd annual session of the South Indian History Congress from 15- 17 February ISSN 2229-3671, pp. 557-561
14. 2018. “A Unique Megalithic Tradition in Andhra Region,” 41st annual session of the Andhra Pradesh History Congress, ISSN 2320-057X
15. Andhra Megalithic Tradition : From Simple to Complex, Felicitation volume on Prof B. K. Jamuar
16. Major Challenge for the Discovery of Pre Historical Sites in Kerala, Dimension of Indian Art and Museology, Dr. Umesh Chandra Diwedi Felicitation Volume.
17. Major Challenge for the Discovery of Pre Historical Sites in Kerala, Dimension of Indian Art and Museology, Dr. Umesh Chandra Diwedi Felicitation Volume.
18. ''Megalithic Culture: A Typological Analysis'', New Themes and Dimensions: Essays on Kerala History, ISSBN 978-81-927911-9-7
19. “The Rrgional Variation in South Indian Megaliths”, Ed., Sebastin Joseph, On Present (In/G) Histories, DC Books, Kottayam, Kerala, pp. 791-797, ISBN- 978-93-5282-124-2
20. “Ancient Indian Furnace: A Typo Technological Analysis”, Ed., T. Muhammedali, Socialscapes and Locality: Themes in Kerala History, Centre for Social History of Malabar, Farook College, Calicut.
|Seminar attended||Presentations: • International : 3 • National : 4
1. Iron: From Antiquity to Culture, International Conference on Asian Art, Culture and Heritage from 21st - 23rd August 2013, organized by Center for Asian Studies- University of Kelaniya, Srilanka.
2. Some Reflections on Kerala Megaliths: Problems and Issues, 33rd annual session of the South Indian History Congress from 15- 17 February 2013, University of Kerala.
3. Iron: Antiquity, Technology and Social Organisation in Theoretical Perspectives, 37th annual session of the Andhra Pradesh History Congress from 5-6th January, 2013, Avanigadda, A.P.
4. The Regional Variation in South Indian Megaliths, 2nd annual session of the Kerala History Congress from 20-22nd December, 2016, Union Christian College, Aluva, Kerala
5. A Unique Megalithic Tradition in Andhra Region, 41st annual session of the Andhra Pradesh History Congress from 7-8th January 2017, Anantapur, A.P.
6. Archaeology of Kerala: Issues and Challenges, Fifth Annual International Kerala History Conference from 9-11th November, .2017, M.S.M. College, Kayamkulam.
7. A Glimpses of Ancient Port Town in Kerala, 3rd International Conference of Kanyakumari Academics of Arts and Science from 28-29, 2018, Nesamony Memorial Christian College, Marthandam.
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