Dr. Ramesh P

Assistant ProfessorDepartment of History

Contact Details

Address: Ranima House, TC 14/561, unnil Road, PKRA-38
Parottukonam, Nalanchira PO, 965015, Trivandrum

Mobile: 8098601166

Email: luttu24@gmail.com


Academic Qualifications
  1. BA History, MG University Kottayam
  2. MA History (First Rank), Scott Christian College Nagercoil
  3. M.Phil, Nesamony memorial Christian College Marthandam
  4. Ph D, Nesamony memorial Christian College Marthandam.
Total Teaching Experience
  • Chola International School Thanjavur (June 2015 - May 2016)
  • St. Joseph's College thiruchippally

Papers Presented and Published
  1. Historical facts on the inscriptions of Tamilnadu (Nesamony Research Forum)
  2. Varma Kalai-A Rare Martial Art in Kanyakumari District (South Indian Histiry Congress-ISSN 2229-3671)
  3. Social Status of unprivileged on the basis of Akilathirattu (Kanyakumari Academy of Arts and Sciences-ISBN 978-93-81658-07-9)
  4. Nadars are Shandaar not as Shanaar (Tamilnadu History Congress-ISSN 2319-3808)
  5. Veluthampi Dalawah-A Historical Perspective (Udaya Journal of Historical StudiesISBN 978-81-927143-0-1)
  6. Jain Temple at Thiru Charanathu Malai-A Historical Monument (Scott Research ForumISBN 978-81-929047-5-7)
  7. Jain Culture Absorbed into Hindu Culture (Kanyakumari Academy of Arts and SciencesISBN 978-93-81658-10-9)
  8. Jainism in Kanyakumari District (Indian Historical Research)
Seminars and Conferences
  1. National Level Seminar on Human Right conducted by Holy Cross College Nagercoil on March 22, 2011
  2. Inter State Two day’s symposium on LMS and Caste Hierarchy in Kanyakumari District organised by Scott Christian College Nagercoil on July 27 & 28, 2007.
  3. National Seminar on Recent Trend in Historical Research conducted by Scott Christian College Nagercoil on March 18, 2011.
  4. Rally Programme of Kumari Carnival 2010 conducted by District Administration on December 19, 2010.
  5. Participation in the Quiz Competition Tornus 2010 conducted by Holy Cross College Nagercoil on October 27, 2010.


  • First Rank and Gold Medal MA History (2009)
  • Rethinam Endowment Prize for Highest Mark (Ist Rank) in MA History.