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Research Work Published:

  • Effect of Teaching Learning Materials (TLM) in Improving the Photographic Memory of Children with Moderate Mental Retardation, Mini Mathew (Sr. Divya), Proceedings of National Seminar on Mental Retardation: Empowering Professionals for Better service, 2013.
  • Functional Skills of Children with Moderate Mental Retardation in Residential Schools and Perception on the Development of Functional Skills, Mini P.R. & Dr. Sr. Glory, Proceedings of National Seminar on Mental Retardation: Empowering Professionals for Better service, 2013.
  • Attitude of parents of persons with Mental Retardation towards Community Based Rehabilitation Programme. Simili P. Chacko. Conflux Journal of Education. Vo. 2 No.10, 2015
  • Parental Awareness on Individualized Education Programme of students with Mental Retardation. Mini Mathew (Sr. Divya), & Jaison M. Peter. Journal of Disability Management and Special Education VI. 5 No 1, 2015.
  • Effect of Literacy-Rich-Approach in the Generalization and Maintenance of Vocabulary Skills in Children with Intellectual Disability: Dr. Mary P.V. (Sister Glory) & Dr. P.s. Sukumaran .Journal of Disability Management and Special Education VI. 5 No 1, 2015.
  • Awareness and attitude of school teachers on curriculum modification for students with intellectual disability in inclusive setup. Ambady K.G. & Sherly Mathew, Cognitive Discourses International Multidisciplinary Journal 2015, ISSN2321-1075.
  • Satisfaction and problems of special teachers in teaching Children with Autism, Mental retardation and Multiple Disabilities. Simili P. Chacko. MGU. E Journal in Behavioural Sciences, 2016.
  • Parental Expectation on functional Development of Pre-Primary children with Intellectual Disability. Emy George & Shanty Sebastian (Sr. Ranit), Journal of Disability Management and Special Education. P. 30-35, Vol.6 .No.1, 2016.
  • Work Related Skills of Adults with Mild Intellectual Disability, Mini Mathew (Sr. Divya) & Prof. P.S. Sukumaran, Disability and Impairments an Interdisciplinary Journal, Vl.30, No.1, 2016.
  • Community Living Skills of Adults with Mild Intellectual Disability, Dr. Mini Mathew (Sr. Divya) & Prof. P.S. Sukumaran, EDU APEX DSCE Explore Periodical, Vl.3, No.2, 2017.

Ph.D Work

  • Effect of Literacy Rich Approach in the Language Development of Children with Mental Retardation, Mary P.V. (Sr. Glory) & Prof. P.S. Sukumaran, 2010.
  • Satisfaction and Problems of Special Teachers in Teaching Children with Autism, Mental retardation and Multiple Disabilities, Simili P. Chacko & Prof. P.S. Sukumaran, 2016.
  • Functional Abilities and Problems of Adults with Intellectual Disability, Mini Mathew (Sr. Divya), & Prof. P.S. Sukumaran, 2016.

Research work done by M. Ed Students

  • Awareness  among parents of persons with mental Retardation about individual education programme.
  • Awareness of primary health workers on mental retardation and cerebral palsy.
  • A study on the job satisfaction of special teachers and resource teachers.
  • A study on the awareness of Anganwadi teachers   on mental retardation and epilepsy.
  • A study on problems of Mothers of adolescent children with mental retardation.
  • A study on the perceptions of implementing officers at local and self government about the barriers carrying out schemes and benefits for the person with mental retardation.
  • A study on the awareness of special educators regarding assessment tools for Autistic mentally retarded children.
  • Awareness of parents on National trust Act 1999
  • A study on the awareness of special  teachers on sexual behavior problems of children with mental retardation
  • Awareness of parents on sexual abuse among children with mental retardation
  • A study on language skills of students with mental retardation
  • A study on problem behavior of children with mental retardation and the parental awareness of behavior management techniques.
  • A comparative study on the academic performance of students having mild mental retardation studying in special school system and integrated school system.
  • A study on the perception of teachers on the values of children with mild mental retardation in secondary level.
  • A study on the job satisfaction of special educators working in regular school setting.
  • A study on functional arithmetic skills of students with mental retardation studying in secondary schools.
  • Impact of persons with mental retardation on their siblings.
  • Effectiveness of video clippings for the development of community orientation skills in children with moderate mental retardation.
  • Effectiveness of multimedia techniques for enhancing number skill in children with mild mental retardation.
  • Effectiveness of physical activity in improving basic number skills of children with moderate mental retardation.
  • Effectiveness of puppetry for the development of expressive language skills in children with moderate MR.
  • A study on parental involvement in recreational and leisure time activities of children with MR.
  • Languages and social skills of day school and residential school students with moderate with MR.
  • Parental perception on problems faced by adolescent girls with mild MR.
  • Parental and employer perception n the factors enhancing job maintenance of employers with MR.
  • Parental expectation on functional development of pre-primary children with mental retardation.
  • Parental awareness about the concessions and benefits for children with MR.
  • Awareness and attitude of upper primary teachers about curriculum adaptation for students with intellectual disability in inclusive set up.
  • Perception of peers towards inclusive education of students with intellectual disability at upper primary level.
  • Difficulties faced by parents in managing their children with intellectual disability in social contexts.
  • Life skills of persons with intellectual disabilities at vocational level.
  • Awareness of parents of children with intellectual disability about legal guardianship in National Trust Act 1999.
  • Parental satisfaction on the fulfillment of needs of their children with mental retardation.