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.
- 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
- 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).
- Malu Mathew and Daliya K Shajan got summer fellowship of Indian Academy of Sciences
- Sivamanjari S. Mallya got summer fellowship of JNCASR, Bangalore.
- Merin Martin, Angel Joseph and Megha Sara Jacob JAM(IIT) qualified.
- Manjima Unni won A Grade, IV place in Mohiniyattom and A grade in Kuchipudi in University Youth Festival.
- Uma P.I. qualified JAM(IIT) and got NIT admission.
- Merin Achankunju qualified JAM(IIT).