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Prof P. Vijaya Kumar, MA (Litt)
Mentor 

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PVKBefore retiring as Head of the Department of English of the Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram, Prof P. Vijaya Kumar taught English at different Government colleges in Kerala.

He thinks that in our rapidly changing world English is a vital skill and an agent of empowerment, especially for disadvantaged groups, and has been keen on activities connected with the teaching of English. He was the founder president of ACERS (The Arts College English Rhetoric Society) from 1983 to 1987 and teacher-guide of The Tin Drums, Government College for Women from 1987 to 1991, both of which were involved in meaningful extra-curricular activities.

Two note-worthy programmes he has initiated and conducted are 'The English Audio Club' and 'PVK's Beyond the Syllabus Programme'.

The English Audio Club was an activity that sought to teach English, and ideas about history and culture, through a structured exposure to recordings of poems, songs and similar material. It was conducted for ten years, first at The Government Victoria College, Palakkad and later at The Government College for Women, Thiruvananthapuram.

'PVK's Beyond the Syllabus Programme' was an elaborate, structured teaching scheme carried out at the Government College for Women between 2008 and 2011. It offered guided exposure, in a digital language lab, to a range of audio and written material, from lessons in basic English to those appropriate to PG level studies.

As teacher/resource-person Prof P. Vijaya Kumar occasionally holds quizzes, gives lectures, conducts workshops on English Language Teaching and, on rare occasions, writes. (He authored the lead article in the Manorama Yearbook 2011 on English.)

He is a part of the team organising MACS or Module for Augmenting Communicative Skills, at NISH. This unique NISH initiative is aimed at empowering hearing impaired students by helping them acquire basic English language skills.

Raji Gopal , MA (Litt), MEd, DTYHI, C.ISL’A’ 
Coordinator-Degree(HI); Faculty-HEFP Department 

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rajigMs Raji began her career as a preschool teacher in 1998. She officiated as DTYHI co-ordinator for 5 years. She has attended workshops and short training programmes for auditory verbal therapy and has also been taking therapy sessions for Cochlear Implantees. She has been involved in a number of CRE and NCED programmes conducted by RCI in and outside Kerala. She has participated as resource person in CRE programme and also at the All India SSA meet conducted by the Kerala Chapter. She presented a paper on ' The Suitability Of Educational Materials And Tools Used For English Language Acquisition For The Deaf : An Analysis And Evaluation' has won an award under the category 'Best Paper on technological development for PWD's at the National Convention of the Educators of the Deaf, Mysore 2016.

Raji is presently involved in preparation of modules for Higher Education Foundation Program and taking English for the Degree(HI) and ASLP classes. She has provided voice-over and also visual component for preparation of educational CDs. She holds a post graduate degree in English and has also done her Masters in Education. She is a registered special educator with the RCI. She was awarded the Best Teacher in Pre School in 2008. She topped the Indian Sign Language 'A' Level examination conducted by National Institute of the Hearing Handicapped in 2015.

Chithra Prasad A N , MA(Litt), MEd, DTYHI, NET (Ed.), C.ISL ‘A’
Faculty  

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ChithraMs Chithra started career at NISH in 1999 as a preschool teacher. She has two years experience in teaching DTYHI(C) students and was the course coordinator of DTYHI course for two years. At present she teaches English to the Degree (HI) students (BSc, BFA & BCom) (since 2008).

She is also part of the Higher Education Foundation Program. She has lent her voice for the Educational CDS developed by NISH. She has also attended a number of Continuing Rehabilitation programmes. She has co-authored a paper ''The Suitability Of Educational Materials And Tools Used For English Language Acquisition For The Deaf : An Analysis And Evaluation' which was awarded the best paper at the National Convention of the Educators of the Deaf, Mysore 2016.

Prasanth R L, BSc, PGDM, DTYHI, C.ISL ‘A’ 
Faculty  

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prasanthMr.Prasanth began his career as a preschool teacher in 2007. He has four years experience in teaching young hearing impaired children. At present he is a part of the Higher Education Foundation Program. He teaches basic mathematics and different multimedia software to the HEFP and Degree (HI) students. He has guided different multimedia projects done by BSc Computer Science students since 2011. He is fluent in Indian Sign Language (ISL) and local sign language. He has been interpreting for different job interviews conducted by ISRO, PSC, Employment exchange etc for the deaf and hard of hearing candidates and different meetings inside and outside NISH.  He is also coordinating the activities of KARMA club. He has been selected as the PACESETTER of NISH August 2015 and December 2012. He is also experienced in dispensing and handling various types of hearing aids and its accessories.

Sylvi Maxi Mena, MA(Litt),PG Dip.J& PR, C.ISL ‘A’ 
In charge-Higher Education Foundation Program  

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silvy

Silvy began her career as a teacher in 1995 at Baselius college, Kottayam and as a journalist in 1997 when she joined 'Tourism India' magazine as special correspondent. She has experience as a teacher in English in different institutions like RIHM, International Academy, ACE etc.

Silvy joined NISH in July 2011 as Degree HI faculty member. She is now the In Charge of Higher Education Foundation Programme ( HEFP )and an English faculty at NISH. She brings innovative ideas for the deaf students like, composing sms in connection with their life situations and also activity based teaching. She coordinates the Mentoring programme, Skype session, NISH News, E- Books, Experiential Learning etc and also edits NISH newsletter. She interprets programmes in Indian Sign Language. She coordinates the functioning of Okinawa Goju Ryu Club and teaches self defence techniques using 'Karate' , trains the students to sign the songs using ISL and also conducts 'Mudra Natanam' (dance using ISL) classes for the students.ts.

Sherin Rahman, MA (Litt), BEd, SET
Faculty  

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Sherin RahmanSherin Rahman, a post graduate in English Language & Literature is a teaching faculty in Degree (HI) Programme. She has 2.5 years' experience as English faculty. She has done her BEd in English and has cleared State Eligibility Test (English). 
She joined NISH as an English Lecturer in 2014 and is a part of the Higher Education Foundation Programme for Degree students.

Dr. Anu Mukund, M.A. (Pub. Ad.), M.A. (Eng.),  M.Ed. (Eng.), Ph.D.
Faculty  

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Anu Mukund

Dr. Anu Mukund joined NISH as faculty member, Higher Education Foundation Programme (HEFP) in June 2015.

Being a Teacher Educator for more than three years, she did her Ph.D. in Education (in the area of Learning Disability) from the University of Kerala as a UGC-Senior Research Fellow. She has published 11 research papers and presented 15 by participating in many seminars/workshops in the area of learning disability and other relevant areas. She bagged the Young Scientist Award for presenting the best paper in the national seminar organized by District Centre for English, Trivandrum in collaboration with ELT@I in 2011. She has been the Assistant Editor for publishing the Proceedings (with ISBN) of an international workshop/seminar organized by Centre for Learning Disabilities and Difficulties (CLDD), Department of Education, University of Kerala and the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction (WCCI), USA, in 2011. She has also been in the roles of a Resource Person, Facilitator, Evaluator, etc., for different seminars/workshops/sessions and holds NCC 'B' Certificate. She likes to work with the differently-abled people.

 

Lisha C, MSc(Maths),B.Ed
Faculty  

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Lisha

Ms Lisha C completed her MSc mathematics from SN college Kollam in 2013. She has one year experience as high school teacher in a CBSE school and has 3 months working experience as guest lecturer in SN College, Chempazhanthy. She joined NISH as a teaching faculty in HEFP Department.

Tinku Anna Thomas, M.A., MPhil, BEd
Faculty  

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Tinku

Tinku Anna Thomas started her career at NISH in the academic year 2015-’16. She has an M.A. and M. Phil in English Language and Literature. She also has a B. Ed. Tinku had been doing brief teaching assignments at the collegiate level, before joining NISH. She has published a poem titled, “I Hear the Rains”, in the Chennai Poets’ Circle’s annual anthology of poems, “Efflorescence”, in 2014. She is also interested in translating literary pieces from Malayalam to English.

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