ST.PETER'S COLLEGE KOLENCHERY
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Department of History
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Milestones

The Department was established in 1968 and Started B.A. Degree in 1970.

Programmes Offered

  • B.A (History)

Open Course Selected

  • Environmental History in Indian Context

Faculty

List of Retired Faculty

Dr. P.P Narayanan Namboothiri 1968-1985 D
Prof. Chandy John 1971-1996 D
Prof. M.T Kurian 1966-1997 9400491033
Prof. K.C Philip 1970-1999 9447964341
Prof. K.P Kuriakose 1970-2002 D
Rev. Fr. O.J Jacob 1980-2006 9447217956
Prof. Lalitha Thomas 1980-2006 9495926332
Prof. Joy C George (Principal) 1979-2010 9447815775

Board of Studies

  • Gracy K.S is a member of the UG Board of Studies of M.G University.
  • Subject expert for the inspection of new courses
  • Exam Vigilance squad member

Seminars/Conferences/Workshops Organised

National

Sl.No Name Date & Year Source of Fund Amount
1 National Seminar on Colonialism, Resistance and Modernity 26-27 Feb. 2013 ICHR 79,000
2 National Seminar on Subaltern Movements in Colonial Kerala 25-26 Sept. 2014 UGC 94,000

Publications

List of Publications during the 3rd Cycle of Accreditation


SL.NO. Name of Faculty Publications Total
International National Conference
Proceedings
1 Gracy K.S   1 2 3
2 Anila Varghese     1 1
Total   1 3 4

Extension Activities

Village Adoption Programme

The Village Adoption Programme introduced in 2012-13 is a unique activity of the Department where the natives of Ward VI of the Valakam Grama Panchayath are the beneficiaries. On 7th September 2012, an awareness class on cancer was arranged for the inhabitants of the Ward at the College Seminar Hall. An eye testing camp was also conducted for the villagers on 8th October 2012, at the Govt. L.P School, Valakom.

Facilities

  • The Department library has a collection of 250 books.
  • Internet facilities are made available to the students
  • The Department has an Archaeological museum consisting of various Heritage items and artifacts. The Museum has a rich collectionof coins, manuscripts and Naga Stones. Every year students collect Heritage objects from villages and add to the collection of precious antiques. Through field work they also create awareness to the public about the necessity to protect the historical monuments and our heritage.

Image Gallery

Archaeological museum