Name : Dr. Maheshkumar Madathil
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : ZOOLOGY
Email : maheshkumar.knr@gmail.com


Qualification M sc, M Phil, PhD
Present Position HOD in charge, Department of Zoology
Experience 12 years of UG teaching experience
DOB 03.04.1969
Mobile number 9447852056
Date of entry in service 04.08.2004
Date of Retirement 21.03.2025
Subjects Handled Animal Physiology, Biochemistry, Animal Diversity,Immunology, Bioinformatics, Developmental Biology
Area of Interest Insect Diversity Studies
Examiner Ship
  • UG Theory and practical Examiner of Kannur University
Duties Performed
  • College Union Advisor
  • Convenor IQAC
  • Convener of UGC Cell
Responsibilities Undertaken
  • NAAC – Co-ordinator Planning Board
  •  Convenor Equipments Maintenance Committee
  • Purchase Committee,
  • Library committee,
  • NSS Advisory committee,
  •  Students Affairs committee,
  • Grievance Redressel Cell - Member
Workshop Attended 1. Orientation course for N.S.S. Programme Officers at T.O.C. Kalamassery from 1st to 10th August 2006.
2. Training programme on Decentralization Governance to the N.S.S. Programme Officers from 23rd to 24th Nov. 2006 at KILA, Thrissur
 3. Lecture workshop on Molecular Endocrinology by Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore at S.N. College, Kannur on 26th and 27th Oct. 2006
Refresher Course Attended
  • Refresher Course in Environmental Sciences conducted by Kannur University from 2.12.2011 to 23.12.2011.
Seminar Attended --
Seminar Organized
  • National seminar on Faunal Diversity of Kerala, on 23rd and 24th March, 2012 in collaboration with Zoological Survey of India and sponsored by UGC
Membership(s)
Research Publications 1. Mathew, G., and Maheshkumar, M.(1996) Some rare butterflies of Kerala, Evergreen, No. 36, pp 7-8.
2. Mathew, G., Rugmini, P., and Maheshkumar, M.(2000) Impact of plantation programmes on insect species diversity – a study in the Nelliyampathy forest, Kerala, India, Ann. Of Entomology 18(2) : 29-41 pp.
3. Mathew, G. and Maheshkumar, M.(2003) State of the art knowledge on the butterflies of Nilgiri Biosphere reserve, India. Conservation of rain foresta in India. Envis: Wildlife and
Paper Presentation