Dr. Anila Kumary K.S.

Designation and Department: Assistant Professor & HOD of Zoology

Date of Joining: 15/11/2010

Teaching Experience in years: 24

Academic Credentials – (From Degree to the highest academic qualifications)

BSc. (Zoology) – M.G.University, 1987

MSc. (Zoology) – M.G.University, 1989

PhD. (Aquatic Biology and fisheries) – University of Kerala, 1997

Areas of Interest: 

1.Teaching: Ecology, Fishery Biology

2.Research: Ecology, Fishery Biology

Papers Presented: 5

  1. Dose dependent effect of Acoruscalamus on growth performance in CatlacatlaInternational seminar on Fish taxonomy and Aquaculture practices, Changanacherry, Kottayam, Kerala, 6-7 Aug. 2019
  2. Distribution and abundance of phytoplankton in a temple pond. International conference on Environmental sustainability for food and security, Nagarcoil,Tamil Nadu, 22-24 Sept.2016
  3. Aquaculture potentials of Maniyar reservoir, Pathanamthitta, Kerala.International seminar on Advances in aquaculture, Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala, 18- 19 July 2013
  4. Distribution of meiofauna in the Adimalthura estuary, southwest coast of India. National seminar on Biological conservation and Sustainability: Issues and Strategies,Pampady, Kottayam Kerala Aug. 1&2, 2013,
  5. Redox state and organic carbon of the sediments of Adimalathura estuary. National seminar on recent trends in aquaculture, Harvest and Postharvest technology. Changanacherry March 1999

Papers Published: 32

  1. Arjun S., Anakha Nair and S AnilaKumary 2020 Hydrology of Aravikuzhi waterfalls, Kottayam, Kerala, India. European journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research, ISSN 2349-8870,Vol.7(11), Pages 234-237
  2. S.AnilaKumary and Athira,V. 2019. Food and feeding habit of Heteropneustesfossilis (Bloch) of Vellayani Lake, Kerala, India. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, ISSN 2395-1877 & E ISSN 2395-1885, Vol.5(4), Pages 25-30
  3. Athira,V. and S.AnilaKumary, 2019. Length-weight relationship and condition of Heteropneustesfossilis (Bloch) of Vellayani Lake, Kerala, India. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 6(5), Pages 375-379
  4. S.AnilaKumary, 2018. Community structure of benthic foraminifera in the Adimalathura estuary, southwest coast of India. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, ISSN 0025-3146, Vol.60 (2), pages 21-25
  5. S.AnilaKumary, 2018. Community structure of foraminifera in the Poonthura estuary, Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 5(8), Pages 441-445
  6. S.AnilaKumary, 2018. Diversity and distribution of benthic foraminifera along the coast of Thiruvananthapuram, southwest coast of India. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, ISSN 2395-1877 & E ISSN 2395-1885, Vol.1(39), Pages 1-5
  7. S.AnilaKumary and Alveena Sebastian, 2018. Food and feeding habit of Puntiusfilamentosus (Valenciennes, 1844) in the Meenachil River, Kerala. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 5(3), Pages 527-531
  8. S.AnilaKumary and Jyothilekshmi, M.S.2017. Reproductive biology of the filament barb Puntiusfilamentosus (Valenciennes, 1844) population in Meenachil River of Kerala. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 4(11), Pages 816-819
  9. S.AnilaKumary and Shilly Elizabeth David, 2017. Distribution and abundance of phytoplankton in a temple pond. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 4(8), Pages 816-819
  10. S.AnilaKumary, 2017.Observations on the food preference in grey mullets of Vypeen in Cochin backwater. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, ISSN 2395-1877 & E ISSN 2395-1885, Vol.1(28), Pages60-64
  11. S.AnilaKumary, 2017. Diversity and distribution pattern of meiobenthic nematodes in the Adimalathura estuary, southwest coast of India. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, ISSN 2395-1877 & E ISSN 2395-1885,Vol. 1, Issue27, Pages 36-40
  12. S.AnilaKumary and Karthika E.S. 2017. Length –weight relationship and condition factor of the endemic curmuca barb, Puntiuscurmuca (Hamilton 1807) of the Pampa river,Kerala. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 4(5), Pages 413-416
  13. S.AnilaKumary, 2017. Diversity of meiobenthic nematodes along the coast of Thiruvananthapuram, southwest coast of India. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 4(4), Pages 298-302
  14. S.AnilaKumary and PoojaMoncy 2017. The condition factor, length-weight relationship and relative condition of Labeodussumeiri (Valenciennes, 1942) from Meenachilriver, Kottayam, Kerala. European Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, ISSN 2349- 8870, Vol. 4(3), Pages 278-2822
  15. S.AnilaKumary, 2016. Distribution of meiofauna in the Poonthura estuary, Thiruvananthapuram,Kerala. International Journal of Pure and Applied Bioscience,ISSN2320-7051,Vol.4(5), pages 121-126
  16. S.AnilaKumary and Smrithy Raj,2016 Length- weight relationship and condition of climbing perch Anabas testudineusbloch population in Kuttanad, Kerala. International Journal of Advanced Research in Biological Sciences, ISSN: 2348-8069,Vol.3(9),Pages 21-26
  17. S.AnilaKumary, 2016. Comparative ecology of backwater and mangrove environments of Kayamkulamlake,Kerala. Journal of Aquaculture Research and Development, ISSN: 2155-9546, Vol.7(8)1000438
  18. S.AnilaKumary, 2016. Temporal variations in the distribution of interstitial meiofauna along the southwest coast of India. Journal of climatology and weather forecasting, Vol. 4(3),1000178
  19. S.AnilaKumary, 2016. Vertical distribution of meiobenthos in the Adimalathura estuary, Southwest coast of India. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Review, ISSN 2395-1877 & E ISSN 2395-1885, Vol.1(3), Pages106-113
  20. S.AnilaKumary, 2015. Food and feeding habits of Mugilcephalus of Kayalum estuary, Kerala, International Journal of Aquaculture, ISSN 1927-5773, Vol. 5(6), Pages 1-4
  21. S.AnilaKumary , 2014. Distribution of meiofauna in the Adimalthura estuary, southwest coast of India, Journal of Basic and Applied Biology, ISSN 0973-8207, Vol.8(1), Pages 6-10
  22. Divya T Babu and S.AnilaKumary, 2014. Distribution and abundance of phytoplankton in Vypeen area of Cochin backwater, Journal of Basic and Applied Biology, ISSN0973-8207, Vol.8 (1), Pages 11-15.
  23. Regeena T. Rajan and S.AnilaKumary, 2014. A qualitative study on the biotic resources of Manimala river, Kerala, Journal of Basic and Applied Biology, ISSN 0973-8207, Vol.8(1), Pages 20-23
  24. S and K.S.AnilaKumary, 2014. Distribution and abundance of benthos in the Maniyar reservoir, Kerala, Journal of Basic and Applied Biology, ISSN 0973-8207, Vol.8(1), Pages 37-40
  25. S and AnilaKumary K.S., 2014. Environmental characteristics of Maniyar reservoir ,Kerala, Journal of Aquatic Biology and Fisheries,  ISSN 2321 – 340X, Vol.2,  Pages 627-631
  26. S.AnilaKumary and V.S.Renjitha, 2012. Impact of nutrient supply and fish stocking on plankton communities of culture ponds, J. Recent trends Biosci. , ISSN 2249 -376X,Vol. 2(2), Pages 9-13
  27. S.AnilaKumary and K R Rajimole, 2011. Intertidal sedimentology along the Ambalappuzha coast, Kerala. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, ISSN 0025-3146, Vol.53 (1), pages 116-120
  28. S.AnilaKumary , 2008. Diversity of meiobenthic nematodes in Poonthura estuary (southwest coast of India).Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, ISSN 0025-3146, Vol.50 (1), pages 23-28.
  29. S.AnilaKumary , P.K. Abdul Azis and P. Natarajan, 2007. Water quality of Adimalathura estuary, southwest coast of India., Journal of the Marine Biological Association of India, ISSN 0025-3146, Vol.49 (1), pages 1-6
  30. S.AnilaKumary , P.K. Abdul Azis and P. Natarajan, 2001.Sediment characteristics of Poonthura estuary (southwest coast of India) in relation to pollution. Indian Journal of Marine Sciences, ISSN 0975-1033, Print (0379-5136), Vol.30, pages 75-80
  31. S.AnilaKumary, 1999. Redox state and organic carbon of the sediments of Adimalathura estuary. Proceedings, National Seminar on resent trends in Aquaculture, Harvest and Postharvest technology, Changanassery. Pages 56-61.
  32. S.AnilaKumary and P.K. Abdul Azis, 1992. Water quality of Poonthura estuary, Thiruvanathapuram. MAHASAGAR, ISSN: 0542-0938, Vol. 25(1), Pages 1-9.

Books Published: 2

  1. Environmental Biology and Human Rights– Published by Zoological Society of Kerala, ISBN 978-81 936818 62(Editor and co-author)- 1st Edition June 2019, Revised edition June 2021
  2. Environment Management and Human Rights– Published by Learner’s Book House,ISBN 9788193 703397 ( July 2020)

 

Training Courses Attended: 

  1. 1- week Faculty Development Programme for College teachers by the College Development Council, Mahatma Gandhi University from 20-12 2021 to 24-12 2021
  2. UGC sponsored Refresher course in Life Sciences for 14 days by the UGC-Human Resource Development Centre, University of Kerala from 17-11-2021 to 30-11-2021
  3. 7-day Faculty Development Programme on Accreditation framework by IQAC, Christ Nagar College, Maranalloor, Thiruvananthapuram, from 31-8-2021 to 7-9-2021
  4. 7- days Faculty Development Programme on Digital content management on E-learning by SreeNarayana College for women, Kollam and Kerala State Higher Education Council, from 13-6-2021 to 19-6-2021
  5. 1- week Faculty Development Programme in Science organized by Higher Education Council, Kerala from 28-8-2019 to 2-9-2019
  6. 1-week week Faculty Development Programme in Science organized by Higher Education Council, Kerala from 6-5-2019 to 10-5-2019
  7. 1- week Workshop on restructuring of curriculum of Post Graduate programme in Zoology of M.G.University from 14-1-2019 to 18-1-2019
  8. ICAR-CMFRI Winter School on Recent advances in fishery biology techniques for biodiversity evaluation and conservation for 21 days, from 1 to 21 December 2018
  9. UGC sponsored Refresher course in Life Sciences for 21 days by the UGC- academic Staff College, University of Kerala from 2-7-2014 to 22-7-2014
  10. UGC sponsored Orientation programme for 28 days by the UGC- academic Staff College, University of Kerala from 3-10-2013 to 30-10-2013

 

External Responsibilities (Past & Present):

Member- UG Board of Studies, M.G. University

Executive committee member- Zoological Society of Kerala

Life member- Marine Biological Association of India

Subject expert- Inspection commission for starting new programmes in colleges

PhD Thesis evaluator

External examiner- MPhil examinations

Chief examiner – UG examinations

Additional examiner – PG and UG examinations

Institutional Responsibilities (Present):

Member of the Institutional management committees

  1. Staff Council
  2. IQAC
  3. RUSA Board of Governors
  4. NAAC Steering Committee
  5. Planning Board
  6. UGC Steering committee
  7. Research assessment committee
  8. PTA Executive committee (Secretary)
  9. Women’s Forum
  10. Department Coordinator for internal marks
  11. Mentor – MOOC- Jaivam
  12. Ladies Hostel
  13. Coordinator – Certificate course Mushroom cultivation