Student Achievements

  • 2019-20
  1. Ms Riya Joseph and Ms Sivamanjari S Mallya 

    The Japan Science and Technology agency (JST) operates the Japan-Asia-Youth Exchange program in Science (nicknamed the SAKURA Exchange program in science, or SAKURA Science Plan). Ms Riya Joseph and Sivamanjari S Mallya from Chemistry department were selected (from 11th to-22nd October 2019) for this prestigious programme.

  • 2018-19
  1. Four group of students of the department were recognized with student projects under the scheme for promotion of Young talents in Science (SPYTiS) Sanctioned amount: Rs.10,000/-
    • Synthesis of bioplastics from weeds and wastes – Dr. Jissy Mathew
    • Spectrophotometric determination of Theaflavins (TF) and thearubigins (TR) in commercial brands of black tea- Dr. Nayana Joseph
    • Antioxident and antimicrobial activities of ethanolic extract of cinnamon. – Dr. Chinu Chacko
  2. Aiswarya Sibi (First prize),  Diana Ninan (Third Prize) and Dalia K Shajan (Fourth Prize) won prizes in intercollegiate powerpoint presentation on ‘Ozone Today Oxygen Tomorrow’ at St Josephs college for women, Alappuzha (26/09/2018).
  • 2017-2018
  1. Malu Mathew and Daliya K Shajan got summer fellowship of Indian Academy of Sciences
  2. Sivamanjari S. Mallya got summer fellowship of JNCASR, Bangalore.
  3. Merin Martin, Angel Joseph and Megha Sara Jacob JAM(IIT) qualified.
  4. Manjima Unni won A Grade, IV place in Mohiniyattom and A grade in Kuchipudi in University Youth Festival.
  • 2016-2017
  1. Uma P.I. qualified JAM(IIT) and got NIT admission.
  2. Merin Achankunju qualified JAM(IIT).