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    Conference Dates:9,10,11 January 2024

MESMAC International Conferences

MES Mampad College is a rural Autonomous institution run by Muslim Educational Society offering UG, PG and Research Programmes. Ever since its establishment in 1965, the college has scaffolded educational uplift and subsequent empowerment of the Malabar region in Kerala.
Initiated in 2016 as a Golden Jubilee Platform in which cross disciplinary dialogues are made possible, MESMAC International Conference brought together the voices of thought leaders, academics and scholars from all over the world to the threshold of the campus. The last seven editions of MESMAC firmly grounded its reputation as the leading college conference in South India.
MES Mampad College is organizing the eighth edition of MESMAC International Conference on 9th,10th and 11th January 2024 on the theme Youth: Resistance, Reformation, Repercussions. The 2024 edition of the Conference will raise the benchmark further, by collaborating quality educational institutions in the country and abroad. The previous editions have firmed up the Conference as the biggest academic event in Kerala. With over 2500 papers presented and 30 books published with ISBN, MESMAC International Conference is attracting attention for what a college can make happen. Conferences bring together polyphony of perspectives. The explorative possibilities of students and faculty members are widened with the communication of original and diverse thoughts. At a time when the whole world is in the verge of uncertainty, it is from campuses that discussions on problems and solutions should rise up. When the crises tear the world apart, it is the duty of the academic community to raise debate and problematize the present and direct the world to the future. With tools and methods of multiple disciplines we will endure the winters and look forward to the spring which should not be far behind.

MES Institutions

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

Youth: Resistance, Reformation, Repercussions


The MESMAC International Conference's theme, "Youth: Resistance, Reformation, Repercussion," holds profound significance within the realms of social science, literature, and humanities. In the field of social science, studying youth movements and their resistance to prevailing structures provides invaluable insights into societal dynamics and transformative potential. By analyzing how young individuals mobilize and articulate their voices to challenge norms, researchers gain a deeper understanding of social change. Concurrently, literature and humanities offer a powerful medium to explore narratives of youth resistance and reformation, portraying struggles and aspirations of young protagonists. Through these literary expressions, the conference delves into the emotional dimensions of societal change. The interplay between social science and literature enriches the discourse, offering comprehensive perspectives on the challenges and opportunities presented by youth-led movements.


The theme "Youth: Resistance, Reformation, Repercussion" highlights the crucial role of young minds in challenging unscientific beliefs and practices. With their curiosity and fearlessness, youth resist misinformation, driving the relentless pursuit of truth. They contribute fresh ideas, methodologies, and interdisciplinary approaches, leading to groundbreaking discoveries and advancements. Embracing evidence-based thinking, young scientists ensure the integrity of the scientific community. This interplay between youth, resistance, and reformation cultivates a culture of critical thinking and continuous learning, inspiring scientific progress.


In commerce and economics, the theme emphasizes youth as catalysts of change and innovation. Young entrepreneurs challenge conventional models, reshaping industries with cutting-edge technologies. Their explorations of novel economic paradigms and sustainable practices impact economic policies and markets, leading to a more prosperous and equitable future. The conference provides a platform for young minds to share experiences and ideas, fostering collaboration and mutual learning. Youth-led reformation in commerce and economics influences global economies, leaving a lasting impact on society.



“ Dr. A. Gopalakrishnan Director, ICAR-Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI). Dr. A Gopalakrishnan is the Director of ICAR- Central Marine Fisheries Research Institute (CMFRI). A maestro in oceanic exploration, he has won the prestigious VASVIK (Vividhlaxi Audyogik Samshodhan Vikas Kendra) Industrial Research Award for the year 2020 in the category of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. He is a Fellow at the National Academy of Science since 2012. In 1992, he earned the V G Jhingran Swaran Padak for his role in Cryopreservation of Fish Gametes with the Nature Conservators. Recognized by NATCON, he received the Senior Scientist Award in 1992 for outstanding contributions in fish milt cryopreservation. He is a member of the International Consortium of Barcode of Life and contributes to the Fish Barcode of Life Initiative (FishBoL). Collaborating with Fishbase, World Fish Center (Code No. 1148), he contributes to the global exploration of ichthyology.”

Abdur Rahoof Ottathingal

“ Abdur Rahoof Ottathingal is an interdisciplinary researcher and Liberal Arts curriculum designer, working on projects in social and human sciences. Being an Erasmus Mundus-IBIES fellow, his PhD project (Leidse Instituut voor Geschiedenis, Netherlands) studied Islamic vernacularism, Indian Ocean cultural networks, and colonial and early modern south India. He had been into another PhD research with Junior Research Fellowship-UGC (CSSS/ Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 2010-13) on "Sufi Everyday and Islamic Publics: A Social Anthropology of Islam in Contemporary Kerala". His M.Phil. dissertation (Social Anthropology, JNU, 2010) studied "Language, Religion and History: Arabi- Malayalam and Vernacular Islam among Mappila Muslims of Kerala", after a Masters in Sociology (JNU). He holds a Bachelor degree in Sociology and a PG diploma in Islamic Studies specializing in Sufism.He has internationally presented and published research papers in peer reviewed journals. Current working areas: Cosmopolitan Writers and Critical Philology in Global South, Philosophy of Liberal Arts, and Historical Anthropology of Religion in Colonial South India.”


“ Prof. Dr. P. P. Pradyumnan Senior Professor in Physics & Member - Syndicate, University of Calicut Prof. Dr. P. P. Pradyumnan, a distinguished senior Professor at the School of Physical Sciences, University of Calicut, is a visionary scholar with a global impact. Currently serving on the University Syndicate at the University of Calicut from 2023 onwards, he holds key positions as a member of the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology Scientific Committee and Editorial Review Board on Engineering and Physical Sciences, as well as a member of the International Nanoscience community and the Thermoelectric Society. Renowned for his expertise in the synthesis of Multiferroic Compounds and growth of rare earth doped crystals, Prof. Dr. P. P. Pradyumnan's contributions span thin films, Nanocrystalline Photo Voltaic films, TCO, Nano Carbon Powders, Multiferroic Materials, and Nano materials. With a portfolio of over 100 publications in national and international journals, his scholarly contributions have garnered international recognition, including a prestigious Visiting Researcher Fellowship awarded by the Japanese Government. He also got research projects for study on Oxide Materials for Thermoelectric generation funded by DST-SERB, Govt of India, establishing him as an inspirational figure in the field of materials science and physics.”

Ana Liliana Espitia Falla

“ Ana Liliana Espitia Falla Bogotá, Colombia Ana Liliana Espitia Falla, an educator from Bogotá, Colombia, holds a Doctorate and Master's in Education (Educational Management), boasting over two decades of teaching across diverse levels. Her dedication to bilingual education is evident through pivotal contributions to projects like PEI and Bilingualism, showcasing her leadership as Head of the Spanish Language area. Ana's pursuit of excellence extends beyond the classroom, demonstrated by her involvement in international courses focusing on English proficiency and leadership coaching. Supported by her family, including siblings Nancy Astrid and Milton Mauricio Espitia Falla, Ana's unwavering commitment to educational innovation and quality stands as a testament to her enduring impact. As an inspirational figure in education, Ana Liliana Espitia Falla continues to shape a brighter future by nurturing competent learners and fostering educational excellence.”

Dr Minal Shukla

“ Dr Minal Shukla She is the Senior Researcher of MGL Group, which is a multi- disciplined consulting company situated in Australia and India. She has more than 13 years of academic experience and she is also a Research Supervisor in Marwadi University specializing in Graph Theory. She completed her Ph.D from Saurashtra University and has published 11 research papers in various International and National Journals. She is also the life member of Ramanujan Mathematical Society, Indian Mathematical Society and Academy of Discrete Mathematics. She is also editorial board member of International Journal for Innovative research in multidisciplinary field and International Journal of Research Culture Society.She has presented more than 15 research articles at various National and International Conferences/Seminars. She has participated in more than 25 workshops/conferences/seminars and faculty development program all over India”

Prajesh T

“ Prajesh T, a notable alumnus of MES Mampad College is a scientist working at UR Rao Satellite Centre, Bengaluru, a lead centre of ISRO. He pursued an MSc Tech in Mathematics and Scientific Computing at NIT Calicut and further honed his skills through a JRF at NRSC Hyderabad. Joining ISRO, his professional journey has been marked by remarkable contributions to projects including EMISAT, RISAT 2A, 2B, 2BR1, 2BR2, CartoSat 3, OceanSat 3, Chandrayaan 2 and 3, Microsat 2A and 2B, INS 2B and 2TD and Aditya L1. Prajesh has showcased his exceptional proficiency in the intricate domains of Satellite Trajectory Prediction and Orbit Determination.”

Dr Aska Hamd Hamdi Alsaedi

“ Dr Aska Hamd Hamdi Alsaedi Assistant Professor at Taibah University Dr. Asma Hamd Hamdi Alsaedi, the Assistant Professor of Taibah University, is a luminary in Modern Literature and Criticism. Her scholarly influence is marked by affiliations with esteemed bodies such as the Saudi Scientific Research Society and the Saudi Society for Comparative Literature. A formidable force in academia, she diligently serves on review committees for scientific journals and actively contributes to conferences. She has also published many research articles. She has a steadfast commitment to elevating the realms of scholarly exploration and inquiry.”

Dr Aska Hamd Hamdi Alsaedi

“ Dr Hatem Mohammed Al-Shamea Chief Editor of Arab Literature and Translation Magazine & Assistant Professor of University of Reading, UK Dr. Hatem Mohammed Al-Shamea, an Assistant Professor of English Literature at the University of Reading, UK, embodies an exquisite blend of scholarship and creativity. With an extensive repertoire that includes authoring numerous books, chapters, and articles, he also spearheads as the editor-in-chief of Arab Literature and Translation Magazine. His translation prowess shines through more than 13 literary works, spanning novels, poetry, and short stories, showcasing a profound dedication to bridging cultural divides through the power of language and literature.”

V.R. Vinod IAS

“ V.R. Vinod IAS District Collector, Malappuram V.R. Vinod is District Collector of Malappuram and an Indian Administrative Service officer of the 2015 batch. He was previously serving as State Food Safety Commissioner before being appointed as District Collector. He joined government service as Deputy Collector in the Revenue department. He worked as Revenue Divisional Officer in Idukki, Adoor, and Kollam and Additional District Magistrate in Pathanamthitta, Kollam, and Thiruvananthapuram. He also held positions as Director of Coir Development department, Managing Director of Coirfed, and Director of the National Coir Research and Management Institute. ”

Dr. Aizan Binti Ali @ Mat Zin

“ Dr. Aizan Binti Ali @ Mat Zin Associate Professor, University of Malaya Dr. Aizan binti Ali@ Mat Zin is an Associate Professor at the Department of Islamic History and Civilization, Universiti Malaya. Graduating with a B.Hons Usuluddin, she pursued her Masters of Arts in Islamic Studies at SOAS, University of London, UK, sponsored by Universiti Malaya. Furthering her studies, she obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Wales, UK.. Dr. Aizan has extensively contributed to her field, specializing in Islamic history, education, architecture, and manuscriptology. She has participated in conferences and research across numerous countries, presenting her work on various platforms. Her notable publications include works on Islamic institutions in British India, Al-Attas's contributions to Islamic architecture in Malaysia, and the challenges in developing Muslim intellectuals in Malaysian higher education. In addition to her academic achievements, Dr. Aizan is actively engaged in national and international seminars and conferences, serving as a keynote speaker at the Eurasian Conference on Language and Social Sciences in Uzbekistan. Notably, she has contributed to quality assurance in education as an auditor for the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and a head auditor for PSAR appointed by QMEC in 2022. ”

Dr Nibal Al-Muallem

“ Dr Nibal Al-Muallem Assistant Professor, Ajman University Dr. Nibal Al-Muallem is the Assistant Professor at Ajman City University. She has authored many exemplary scientific books. She studied in United Arab Emirates and published research articles in prestigious scientific journals. She is a member in Society for the Protection of the Arabic Language in Sharjah, International Council for the Arabic Language in Dubai and Placement International Council for the Arabic Language in Beirut. She is also a curriculum expert at Arab Educational Cultural and Scientific Organization (ISESCO) ”

Dr Manish Kumar

“ Dr Manish Kumar Post doctoral research fellow, University of Birmingham Dr Manish Kumar is a field hydrologist with a keen interest in sensors. He is currently working as the Knowledge Transfer Project (KTP) Research Associate and Postdoctoral Research Fellow with University of Birmingham and Proteus Instruments on developing a real-time water quality monitoring sensor. He has over 15 years of experience working on Himalayan ecohydrology using instrumentation and field surveys. Manish's PhD focused on understanding the "Ecohydrology of Sikkim Himalaya and its future under a changing climate" with an emphasis on quantifying plant- water relations in key tree species, the interactions between vegetation, soil, precipitation, and atmosphere, and its effects on spring and stream hydrology in the context of regional climate change in Himalaya. He is a co-author of the recent IPCC AR6 chapter on Water. He specialises in R programming, including large data processing, time-series analysis, remote- sensing applications, and statistical modelling. His future research focuses on three key aspects: 1. Development of low-cost sensors for water quality and quantity monitoring; 2. Developing fine-scale to regional ecohydrological models for complex mountains, with a focus on Himalaya; and 3. Catalysing academia-industry-grassroots action through effective knowledge transfer. He has a Master's degree in Ecology and Environmental Sciences and a Bachelor's degree in Zoology. ”

Dr. Lolwa Bint Khalifa Alkhalifa

“ Dr. Lolwa Bint Khalifa Alkhalifa College of Arts, University of Bahrain Dr. Lolwa Bint Khalifa Alkhalifa is the Assistant Professor of University of Bahrain's College of Arts. She holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Arts. With nineteen years of academic expertise, she specializes in critical and literary studies, focusing on topics like the death of the author and gulf regional poetry. She has actively involved in professional associations, and has received certificates of appreciation. She has also shown great interest in educational workshops. ”

Rashid Gazzali

“ Rashid Gazzali Educationist/ Corporate Consultant/ Life Coach Rashid Gazzali is a versatile individual excelling as an educationist, life coach, successful entrepreneur and business consultant. As the Founder and Executive Director of the Sign Institute of Social Leadership (NGO), he is dedicated in unleashing human potential and fostering positive life transformations. A Syndicate member at Bharathiar University, Rashid showcases his involvement in shaping educational policies, which further extends to his position as Secretary and Managing Director at Nilgiri College of Arts and Science, as well as Managing Director at Kaisan Institute of Skill Excellence. His educational journey includes earning a Ph.D. from Bharathiar University and pursuing a Doctorate in Business Administration (DBA) as a scholar at the Swiss School of Business and Management. Rashid's global perspective is evident in his role as the sole representative of India in the prestigious International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP). Additionally, he serves as the Founder Mentor of World Happiness Forum (WHF), emphasizing his dedication to mentorship and fostering happiness and peace in life. Rashid Gazzali's diverse roles underscore his dedication to holistic development and making a positive impact on individuals and society as a whole. ”

Dr Priya K Nair

“ Dr Priya K Nair Dr. Priya K. Nair, Assistant Professor in English at St Teresa's College, is a writer, translator and activist. She has translated T. D. Ramakrishnan's novels Alpha, Francis Itty Cora and Sugandhi Alias Andal Deva Nayaki into English. The latter was longlisted for the DSC Prize for South Asian Literature in 2019. She has also translated Dr B. Umadathan's autobiography, Dead Men Tell Tales: The Memoir of a Police Surgeon. Priya K Nair holds a diverse academic background, including a PhD in feminist fiction, PG Diploma in Journalism from Symbiosim and CELTA from London. Specializing in areas such as Literary Theory, Cultural Studies, Post Colonial Studies, Gender Studies, Translation Studies, ELT and publications on translation nuances and cultural practices in Kerala showcase a rich academic journey. ”

Dr. S. Anas

“ Dr. S. Anas Associate Professor, School of Chemical Sciences Mahathma Gandhi University, Kottayam Dr. S. Anas is an Associate Professor at School of Chemical Sciences, Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam. He also serves as Honorary Director of Institute for Integrated Programmes and Research in Basic Sciences (IIRBS) and Advanced Molecular Materials Research Centre (AMMRC) at MG university. He obtained his Ph.D. in Chemistry from NIIST (CSIR), Thiruvananthapuram under the Supervision of Dr. K.V. Radhakrishnan in 2008 and subsequently completed post- doctoral studies with Prof. Henri B. Kagan at University of Paris- 11 (France) and with Dr. Henrik Ottosson at Uppsala University (Sweden). He has got 40 international publications, 39 conference proceedings and one Indian patent. He has authored one book (Ed. Elsevier) and five book chapters. His current h-index is 17 and i-10 index is 25. He has successfully guided 4 Ph.D., 6 M.Phil. and 60 M.Sc. projects. His present research focus on transition metal catalysed reactions, polymer supported catalysis and polymer nanocomposites. ”

V.S Joy

“ V.S Joy President DCC Malappuram V.S. Joy is a dynamic young politician declaring his vision to inculcate creativity and intellectual development among the young minds on India. A lawyer, politician and social worker, Joy believes in unyielding dedication to democratic ideals, inclusivity and stands for ensuring the voice of every citizen resonates in the corridors of power. Beginning his political career in KSU, he has served in several forms such as General Secretary KPCC, KSU State President, KSU State General Secretary and many other positions. As a leader he has Organized a state-wide march from Kasaragod to Trivandrum upholding the slogan '#Drugfree NonviolentSecularCampus' and led several protests for upholding student rights and representations in Government and other institutional levels. ”

T. P. Ashrafali

“ T. P. Ashrafali Organizing Secretary, Muslim Youth League T.P Ashrafali is an emerging young politician as a beacon of fresh perspective harnessing the energy of youth to drive innovative policies. A Member of State Youth Commission, he attempted to amplify youth voices, ensuring their concerns are heard and integrated into policymaking. He grabbed wide attention leading a Bicycle Rally against atrocities and abuses against women and children which earned him 'Best Citizen of India Gold Medal' in Chennai.He had served in several levels such as Syndicate, Senate and Academic Council Member and Chairman of Student Standing Committee in University of Calicut. He was also District Panchayat Member, Malappuram and National President of MSF in India. ”

Syam Prasad

“ Syam Prasad Kerala State Youth Welfare Board District Coordinator, DYFI State Vice President Syam Prasad is a young politician holding significant positions that reflect his commitment to youth and progressive causes. Serving as a Kerala State Youth Welfare Board District Coordinator and DYFI State Vice President, he actively contributes to initiatives that aim for positive societal change. Additionally, in his role as the Malappuram District Secretary, Syam Prasad plays a pivotal role in local governance and community affairs. His strong affiliation with the left ideology underscores a dedicated advocacy for social justice, equality, and community welfare. ”

Dr Ravi Raman

“ Dr Ravi Raman Expert Member, State Planning Board Dr K. Ravi Raman, Expert Member, State Planning Board was formerly a Senior Fellow at the Nehru Memorial Museum and Library, New Delhi. He was also a Director, Institute of Applied Manpower Research, Planning Commission and a visiting fellow in Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester for varying periods. He is the author of Global Capital and Peripheral Labour (Routledge, 2010/2012/2015), editor of Development, Democracy and the State (Routledge, 2010) and Corporate Social Responsibility (with Ronnie Lipschutz) (Palgrave Macmillan, 2010) and has contributed to journals such as Review of International Political Economy, Review of Radical Political Economics, Nature and Culture, Social Analysis; Sociology; Organisation and Harvard- Cambridge journals such as Business History Review and Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, ”



Prof. Vimal Karani

“ Prof. Vimal Karani is a Professor in Nutrigenetics & Nutrigenomics at the University of Reading, UK. He is Scientific Advisory Board member of the Scottish Government, Environment, Natural Resources and Agriculture (ENRA) and the Deputy Director of Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, which is the hub for interdisciplinary research in food, nutrition, and health at Reading, UK. He joined the University of Reading after his post-doctoral training at the MRC Epidemiology unit (Cambridge, UK) and senior research fellowship at the University College London (London, UK). He has received advanced training in Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK. Professor Vimal Karani has published extensively in areas related to nutrigenetics and non-communicable diseases and presently has more than 100 peer reviewed publications (including those in premier biomedical journals: Nature Genetics, Lancet, BMJ, PLoS Medicine and PLoS Genetics) and book chapters. “

Dr. Faisal K. P

“ Dr. Faisal K. P has been working as the Director of Aligarh Muslim University Centre in Kerala. He also teaches sociology in the department of Law at the Centre. Previously he served as Assistant Professor in the Department of Sociology at Delhi School of Economics, Delhi University. He also also taught sociology in the Department of Sociology at Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi; and Department of Sociology, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh. He has completed his PhD in sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University. He has won the US State Department fellowship for study of US culture and Society in 2017 and completed the program from New York University, USA. He has completed graduation in Islamics and contemporary studies from Darul Huda Islamic University and post-graduation in sociology from the university of Calicut. His areas of interest include sociology of religion and culture and sociology of law and marginalized communities. He is member in various professional bodies including the Executive Council, the Academic Council and the Court of Aligarh Muslim University. Dr. Faisal KP also serves as the General Secretary of HADIA, the Alumni association of Darul HUDA Islamic University. He has has published several articles and presented papers in various national and international seminars.”

Shajahan Madampat, Writer and Cultural Commentator

“ Shajahan Madampat is a writer and cultural commentator, writing in Malayalam, English and occasionally in Arabic. He has to his credit three books in Malayalam, one in English (God is Neither a Khomeini nor a Mohan Bhagwat) in addition to numerous essays and articles published in leading journals and newspapers such as The Hindu, Frontline, Indian Express, Huffington Post, Outlook, Gulf News, The Wire, Khaleej Times, Bahrain Tribune, Biblio, Economic and Political Weekly, Mainstream, Mathrubhumi Weekly, Kalakaumudi weekly, Madhyamam Weekly, Bhashaposhini and Pachakkuthira. Much of his writings over the past four years appeared in Outlook, an Indian weekly current affairs magazine. He wrote a fortnightly column titled Word & World for Outlook. He holds a Master’s degree in Arabic Literature and M. Phil in International Studies with specialization in Middle Eastern Studies, both from the Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has presented papers and gave talks at several national and international conference in India and abroad. He is currently a media advisor with Emirates News Agency, the UAE’s official news agency.”

Dr Sameerah Jamal

“ Dr Sameerah Jamal is a mathematician who completed her PhD from University of Witwatersrand. Her thesis topic was "An analysis of the symmertries and conservation laws of some classics of non - linear wave equation in curved spacetime geometry. She started her career as an Associate lecturer in University of Witwatersrand where she presently works as an Academic professor. Her research interests mainly includes Differential equations, Relativity, Lie group theory and more. Out of 54 publications, her major journal publications include Classical solutions to bianchi type II spacetimes in f(r) theory of gravity , Analytical field equation and wave function solutions of the bianchi type I universe in vacuum, Quadratic integrals of a multi-scalar cosmological mode and so on. For her excellence, she received many research awards including Kovalevskaia Research Award in Pure Mathematics 2017, Vitamin C-rated Researcher Award 2022 and Best Ph.D student presentation Award at SAMS congress, 2011. “

Dr. Hassan Shareef KP

“ Dr. Hassan Shareef KP is a researcher, research trainer and Head of PG Department of Islamic Studies in SAFI Institute of Advance Study, Kerala, India. After completing his doctoral degree from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, he turned into teaching and developing research ecosystem in multiple tertiary education and academic institutions. Focusing on curriculum development, theology and socio-economic thoughts, he has associated with multiple research organizations including University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. In his credit as a content creator, Hassan has several edited volumes, journal articles, book chapters and other publications. Dr. Hassan has organized, chaired and presented papers in a great number of academic events in India, Malaysia, Turkey and Bangladesh. “

Dr. C Ganesh

“ Dr. Ganesh C, School of Creative Writing, Malayalam University Dr. C Ganesh is a creative writer and author of several books in short story, Novel, cultural study,and children's literature. Hailing from Palakkad, he works as an Assistant Professor in Malayalam University. With more than 24 books and 50 research papers, he has contributed to his field in many ways. Based on his short story, a Malayalam movie called 'Autorsha' has been made. He has received Nehru Yuva Kendra Award, Kochu Bava Memorial Award, Mundur Krishnankutty Memorial Award, Suryakanti Novel Award and Sanskrit Short Story Award for various literary contributions. “

Dr.Abbas KP

“ Dr.Abbas KP is an Assistant Professor and Research Supervisor in Department of Arabic Farook College (Autonomous). He has presented more than 50 research papers in national and international seminars. He published more than 15 research articles. He authored 1 book and visited UAE , KSA, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and Algeria “

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. P O J Lebba, Gen. Secretary, MES
Mr. A Moideenkutty, Chairman, Management Committee
Mr. E P Moyinkutty, President, Management Committee
Mr. P H Muhammed, Chairman, Central College Committee, MES


Mr. O P Abdurahiman, Secretary, Management Committee

Conference Chair

Dr.Manzur Ali PP, Principal

General Coordinator

Abdul Vahid
(Head and Assistant Professor, Dept. of Islamic History)

General Convenor

Shameera T
(Assistant Professor, Dept. of Statistics)

Member Coordinators

Muhammad Salim AP
(Assi. Professor, Dept. of Economics)
Dr. Mehar Al Minnath
(Assistant Professor, Dept. of Chemistry)
Soumya S
(Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics)
Abdurahman M
(Assistant Professor, Dept. of Commerce)

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


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

The topics, though not strictly restricted to, may be related to the areas suggested below:

  • Philosophy and Contemporaneity
  • Philosophy of Representations
  • Philosophy of Technology
  • Gender, Culture and Representation
  • Under-represented Gender Groups
  • Sexual Politics
  • Gender and Ecology
  • Economic growth Vs Sustainability
  • Development, Displacement, Resettlement and Rehabilitation
  • Fiscal Sustainability
  • Climate Smart Agriculture
  • Sustainable tourism
  • Disaster management &climate change
  • Adaptations and Appropriations
  • Fandom and Stardom
  • Performance and Politics
  • Short Films and Representation
  • Film and Popular Culture
  • Film and Ecology
  • Migration literature
  • Pandemic literature
  • Patriotism literature
  • Human Rights in literature
  • Women literature
  • Outcome based learning
  • Electronic literature
  • Human Resource Development
  • Multi disciplinary research
  • Regional issues reflected in literature
  • Peace and justice in literature
  • Development paradigm
  • Survival of Muslim societies
  • Challenges before the community: past, present and future
  • Oil wars in Middle East
  • West Asia: the case and the cause
  • Emigrations in Muslim World
  • Muslims as a minority
  • Attitude towards Power
  • Muslim politics and Islamic politics
  • Sufi and Salafi Islam: approaches
  • Islam in India: Sufism as a vehicle
  • Trends and movements in Islam
  • Sustainability: Ideology and Perspectives in Muslim World
  • Power, Politics and Religion: the case of Indian Muslims
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  • പ്രവാസം
  • അഭയാർത്ഥിജീവിതം
  • പാരിസ്ഥിതിക പ്രതിരോധം
  • സ്ത്രീപക്ഷ ചിന്തകൾ
  • ദളിത് രാഷ്ട്രീയം
  • History and Interdisciplinarity
  • Politics of Histories
  • Subaltern Approaches to History
  • Ethnography
  • Contemporary India and outerworld
  • Islam and Hinduism
  • Ecological Approach to Design
  • Expression of New in Design and Structure
  • Public Sphere and Media Values
  • Social Media Ethics
  • Media Technologies and Processes
  • You Tube Discourses
  • Mathematics as a tool for development
  • Optimization techniques and data analysis in the move to a sustainable use of the world resources
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning for transforming the world
  • Cryptography for secure communication
  • Modelling to understand thr risks of natural hazards and global changes
  • Numeracy and scientific literacy to better understand the planetary changes
  • Life below water
  • Life on land
  • Discourse and Contemporaneity
  • Digital Literatures
  • Semiotics of Ecology
  • Diaspora and Transnationalism
  • Ethnicity and Subaltern
  • New Literatures
  • Normal and Paranormal
  • Story Telling, Identity and Contemporary Politics
  • Interdisciplinarity in Literature
  • Green chemistry as a sustainable synthetic approach
  • Development of environmentally benign laboratory practices
  • Development of alternative energy resources to replace fossil fuels
  • Noval catalytic strategies for environmentally friendly reactions
  • Waste to wealth strategies for value added products
  • Noval and smart material for sustainable development
  • Energy conversion and energy storage
  • High energy physics
  • Solar cell
  • Photovoltaic and Thermo voltaic Devices
  • Theoretical physics
  • Applications of functional materials
  • Spectroscopy
  • Emerging trends in Physics education
  • Nano materials
  • Thin films
  • Nonlinear optical materials
  • Magnetic materials
  • Crystal growth and characterization
  • E-Waste Management
  • Sustainable Marketing
  • Green Audit
  • Responsible Production And Consumption
  • Sustainable Tourism
  • Green Governance
  • Business And Environment
  • Social Responsibility Of Business And Sustainability
  • Green Marketing
  • Sustainable Acquisition of goods and services
  • Corporate Sustainability In Investment
  • Sustainable Management In Business
  • Green Business
  • Sustainable Development And Environmental Governance
  • Sustainable finance
  • Politics, Policy and State in the Global Era
  • Nationalism and Implications
  • Politics of Representation
  • ART
  • Art and Technology
  • Art and New Expressions
  • Art and Ecology
  • Interdisciplinarity in Art
  • Blue Economy and Sustainable Development
  • Climate Change and Coastal Ecosystem
  • Uraban Growth and Future Climate Change Scenario
  • Waste to taste
  • Food technologies for sustainable world
  • Sustainable and nutritious food system

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