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E-Books released during MESMAC 3 People First? Man, Machine & Milieu


MESMAC International Conferences

The last five decades have been witnessing a remarkable and glorious transformation in the educational upbringing of the Muslims in Kerala, traditionally the most backward community in education. The driving force behind this envious achievement has been the committed and tiring toil of THE MUSLIM EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY (MES). The movement started under the great leadership of late Dr. P.K.Abdul Gafoor in 1964 at Calicut, wholeheartedly supported by a large number of professionals and businessmen and in a short span of time this great movement had its branches spread to all districts in Kerala. As on today, it is the largest Educational organization in our nation with a strength of more than 20,000 active members, 85,000 students and staff members numbering 15000.

MES Institutions

  • 18 Arts & Science Colleges
  • 10 Professional Institutions
  • 12 Higher Secondary Schools
  • 36 CBSE Schools
  • 74 Other Institutions

MES Mampad College

MES Mampad College has stood the test of time. Into the fifty-first year, the biggest higher education campus in the Malappuram District with a sprawling campus has been leading the March of the underprivileged section into education and   Empowerment. The journey which began for MES Mampad College as a small institution in 1965 is now crowned with the conferring of autonomy for the College. With its poly foci on the different facets of student lives, MES Mampad has risen to be the cream among the Colleges of the Malabar region. With its massive presence in the two big corollaries of academia, arts and sports, MES Mampad has time and again emphasised the holistic ecosystem of the teaching learning it espouses. 

Conference Leadership

Chief Patrons

Dr. Fazal Gafoor, President, MES
Dr. Khader Mangad


Prof. P. O. J. Lebba
Prof. Kadavanad Mohammed
Mr. E. P. Moyinkutty
Prof. O. P. Abdurahiman

Conference Chair

Dr.Babu P.K, Principal


Dr. Mehar Al Minnath
(PG Dept of Chemistry)

(Dept of English)

Mrs. Soumya. S
(Dept of Physics)

Mr. Mohammed Salim. A.P
(PG Dept of Economics)

Mr. Hamzathali. A. P
(PG Dept of Arabic)

MESMAC Conferences

As part of the efforts to take the academic endeavors and reach of the institution to the next level, we are launching annual international conference from the academic year 2016-17. MESMAC International Conferences are  marked to be events of global quality where the leading thinkers, writers, scientists, statesmen and community leaders come together to interact with, empower and lead the young generations. The Conference of this series to be held in February 2017 will anchor on the theme, 'ECOLOGIES OF THE NEW: MIND, MATTER AND BODY'. The Conference will be a showcase of the existing and emerging thought pathways with guaranteed presence of leading voices of the era.

MESMAC Conference 2018-19
"People First? Man, Machine and Milieu"

The world today seems to be pulled primarily in three directions: fascism, machinism and capitalism. Notwithstanding efforts to give a slip to such categorisations, there are signs all around that the emphasis on these three tendencies are firmed up in many ways. Though all is not lost, and through movements and organisations defending the liberal and the democratic, the traditional and the human, the tentacles of the triad are fought back. When everything is done for, practiced on behalf of, justified in the apparent name of 'People', we need to realise that something is amiss among all these.

Against this backdrop, it is worth interrogating the prevailing practices and emerging thought processes viz a viz people. Across the domains and disciplines there are principles and practices now which put people in a problematic proposition. The liberalized economics and extreme right wing policies , the fascist political line ups, the stunning pace at which automation is taking over one time human responsibilities, the increasing concentration of the world's wealth in lesser number of people... where is people in all these? Is the world putting people first?

Languages are disappearing fast while new lingua is emerging. The idiom of power and diction of the Centre begins to dominate even though the marginal and the third categories are pushing themselves to the political heart of things. Technology is pushing itself forward, breaking envelopes and challenging the human. The Arts scene displays immense amount of diversity and Cinema is looking both ways. The Commerce is as always profit driven and the changes in banking and industry sectors point to a reality which is sour for the man on the road. Even the fun with games can indicate a commercial turn in which the ‘people’ who matter are those who take the money home. The media control of the sports industry and the rising number of celebrity and business house ownership in the field suggest the takeover by the ‘big people’.

The third edition of MESMAc International Conference on ‘People First? Man, Machine and Milieu’ will bring together the diverse thoughts on the theme. The last two editions of MESMAC have cemented the reputation of the Conference as the biggest College level Conference in Kerala in a number of ways. With 421 papers presented, 21 speakers and 5 books publications (with ISBN numbers), MESMAC Conferences have come to attract national attention for what a College can make happen. The third edition is played out against a world in which there is clearly delineable strain of thoughts which suspect, even fear, that people are not being the priority. is it true? the MESMAC International trans- disciplinary Conference welcomes healthy exchange of positions and queries, facts and future prospects, concerns and contexts on ‘People First’, across domains and prejudices, schools and scholarships.

MESMAC Conference 2017-18

Ecology, in its most recent declensions, is about the correlation between organism and its interactions with the world around it, which can encompass every branch of knowledge under it. Ecology can probe disciplines like Arts, Science and Philosophy, as all these systems of knowledge can expound relationship between human beings and it environment. Dramatically widening beyond its basic modes and varying permutations, ecologies are being thought and argued into newer constellations, branching off and flowing rhizomatically into the territories which till recently were marked off as water-tight compartments. Driven by the rising tide of globalization on the one hand and digitalization on the other, all realms of study are reaching out and connecting to broader ecologies, spawning new discourses such as digital humanities. These proliferating forms of shifting ecologies produce innovative conceptions of the new in fields of study related to mind, power, media, technology, values. Apart from the cybernetic natural state to which many of us would (love to) believe that we are heading, there are a number of interlocked, interpenetrating ecologies which express the overlaps and entanglements. These New Ecologies are made possible because of a seminal rethink in terms of philosophy and definition of systems. Research papers are invited from areas that innovate, interrogate and enlarge the traditional disciplines. Conference aims to emphasize the ‘New’ in ecologies of Arts, Humanities, Science and Philosophy in the context of the current technological environment. The second MESMAC International Conference on ‘Ecologies of the New: Mind, Matter and Body’ will bring to discussion the novel criss-crosses and overlaps across disciplines and subjects in these times. The way in which new permutations are merging, for instance, between sustainability and technology, beauty and power, art and body makes this self-evident. Ecologies of the New will enquire into these emerging clusters of ideas. The Conference seeks to bring to discussion the novel bridges connecting and expanding the traditional disciplines. Perspectives which foreground the efforts at creating new inter-subjective bonds with a view to reemphasize bring to being new thematic family trees are welcome. 





Places To See

Conolly’s Plot

This preserved plot has the world's oldest planted teak tree referred to as Giant Teak. A part of the oldest teak plantation is retained here. 2 km from Nilambur town. The plot was named in memory of H.V.Conolly, the Malabar District Collector during British rule. 

Aruvacode Pottery Village

It also known as ‘Kumbham’ is famous for its mural works in clay. Artist Jinan has made this pottery village famous.

The Teak Museum

The only one of its kind in India, is maintained by the Kerala Forest Research Institute (KFRI), giving information about teak, and the forest produce in general.  A Bio Resources Park is also attached to it. It is situated 4 km from Nilambur

Adyan Para Waterfalls

few kilometres away on the other side of Chaliyar , it is situated 14 km from Nilambur


in the Nilambur reserve forest, is 18 km from Nilambur. This region has an Iron bridge, clear waters, tomb of Mr.Dawson (British forest Engineer) and a forest wooden rest house. One can have a close look at the Elephant Training Centre, run by the Forest Department

Banglavu Kunnu

famous for its winding road where ayurvedic herbs are planted on both the sides. Forest Officers Bungalows were located here.

Places To Stay

RUBY ESTATE, Mampad PO,Nilambur, 676542 Ph: +919447705538

GREAT HORNBILL RESORT , T.K. Colony | Pookkottumpadom, Nilambur
674 332 Ph: +919142797190

TAMARIND KTDC HOTEL, Karimpuzha, Chungathara, 679334
Ph: +914931 232 000

PUTHIYAKOVILAKOM HERITAGE HOME STAY, Palace Road, Nilambur 679329 Ph: +91 4931 222343/ +91 9446332500

EADENS HERMITAGE (Homestay) Mundukkottakal Gardens | Main Road, Nilambur Ph: +914931220208

NILAMBUR MANOR HOTEL Peevees Arcade, Ooty Road, Nilambur Ph: +914931 221 982/ +914931 221 983


Beginnning of Registration :
15 July 2018
Last date of submission of abstract :
20 October 2018
Intimation of acceptance of abstract :
25 October 2018
Last date for acceptance of full paper for publication :
15 November 2018
Last date for acceptance of full paper for presentation:
30 November 2018


Registration Ends : 20 December 2018
Conference dates : 15, 16, 17 JANUARY 2019


Nearest railway station: Nilambur Railway Station
Nearest airport: Kozhikode International Airport, about 50 kms.


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