Minor Research Projects

  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project "A Study on the Selected Physical Properties of Alkanes (Ethane to Decane a#nd Their Isomers) Through Graph Theoretical Methods" Submitted to UGC by Dr.. Sabukutty MG (Principal Investigator), Department of Mathematics. Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project "Studies on coordination polymers derived from benzenetetracarboxylates modulated by auxiliary ligands" Submitted to UGC by Prof. K C Joseph (Principal Investigator), Department of Chemistry. Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project “Microwave assisted acylation reactions using Polyvinylpyrrolidone - oxime supported acyl transfer reagent” Submitted To UGC By Dr. Ebey P. Koshy (Principal Investigator) Department of Chemistry Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project “SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERISATION OF METAL DOPED GRAPHENE-PVA NANO COMPOSITE" Submitted To UGC By Dr. George V. Thomas (Principal Investigator) Department of Chemistry Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project “A STUDY ON STINGLESS BEES OF SOUTHERN WESTERN GHATS" Submitted To UGC By Sajan Jose K.(Principal Investigator), Department of Zoology. Read More
  • Executive Summary of Minor Research Project “A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IN PUBLIC SECTOR BANKS AGAINST PRIVATE SECTOR BANKS IN KERALA” Submitted to UGC-SWRO,BANGALORE By Dr.THOMAS.V P (Principal Investigator) Department Management Studies. Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project “THE PRIMARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM FOR THE TEACHING OF ENGLISH IN KERALA AND THE SOCIO-PSYCHIC FACTORS INVOLVED IN ITS EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION” Submitted To UGC By Dr. Baby Joseph (Principal Investigator) Department of English. Read More
  • Executive summary of the Minor Research Project “A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO THE UG STUDENTS THROUGH FILMS IN RURAL AREAS IN IDUKKI DISTRICT OF KERALA” Submitted To UGC By Roby Mathew (Assistant Professor), Department of English. Read More
  • “Psychoactive Superheroes: Synthetic Psychotic Role Models of a Postmodern Child”,presented and published in Proceedings of the UGC Sponsored National Seminar on “Behaviour Modification: A Psychodynamic Approach to Maladjustments in Adolescents” organized by St. Thomas College of Teacher Education, Pala. ISBN: 978-81- 927201-5- 9 By Roopa Jose (Assistant Professor), Department of English. Read More
  • “Rhymers Become Readers: Kinder Rhymes and Their Phonological and Psychological Implications to Play-age Children”, published in the journal Research Scholar Vol.7 , No. 1, March 2017, published by Scholars Association of Kerala. ISSN 2249-6696 By Roopa Jose (Assistant Professor), Department of English. Read More