DEPARTMENT OF
Economics

faculty

Dr.Anila Skariah

Assistant Professor

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Full Name:
Anila Skariah
Designation:
Assistant Professor
Department:
Economics
Mobile Number:
+91 9447084431
Residence Phone Number:
0481-2440702
Educational Qualifications:
• MA Economics - St Berchmans College, Changanassery Mahatma Gandhi University-2002 • BEd Social Science - Titus II Teacher’s College, Tiruvalla Mahatma Gandhi University-2003 • MEd Education -St Anns College of Education, Mangalore University -2004 • UGC- National Eligibility Test – Education - December 2005 • UGC- National Eligibility Test - Economics- December 2006 • PhD Economics - Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam-2014
Awards and Achievements:
  • 1. FLAIR National Research Internship Award 2016-17, New Initiatives in Higher Education, Government of Kerala at Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR), Mumbai. 2. K N Raj Teaching Grant Fellowship 2020-2021, Centre for Development Studies, Thiruvananthapuram." 3. FLAIR Faculty 2016-17 Fostering Linkages in Academic Innovation and Research (FLAIR) New Initiatives in Higher Education, Government of Kerala. 4. Elite Certificate holder of NPTEL Online Course (MHRD) on' Economic Growth and Development' (8 week course- 2018) Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT) Guwahati. 5. Elite Certificate holder of NPTEL Online Course (MHRD) on' Development Research Methods' (8 week course- 2019) Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT) Guwahati. 6 SWAYAM ARPIT Online Refresher Course in Economics Certification 2020 7. Teaching Innovation Programme in Economics (TIPE) - Centre for Development Studies Thiruvananthapuram-10-21 February 2020
Area of Specialization:
Development Economics
Papers Presented:
1) Presented a Project Proposal on Exploring the Water Society Nexus in the Region of Kerala for achieving Sustainable Development; International Colloquium on Environment and Sustainable Development (ICESD) St Berchmans College (Autonomous), Changanassery, 1 November 2018. 2) Counting The "Uncounted", Imperatives for Gender Disaggregated Time Use Data, CAS Young Scholars' Conference, and Centre for Economic Studies and Planning, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, March 26- 28, 2017. 3) Gender and Time allocation Pattern in Kerala: Evidence from a Micro Level Study, National Seminar on Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls, National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Hyderabad, February 27-1March 2017. 4) Understanding Inequalities in Terms of Time Allocation, Post Graduate Programme Diamond Jubilee Lecture Series, St Berchmans College, Changanassery, 6th February 2017. 5) Gender Dimensions of Unpaid Care Work: Kerala Context, South Asian Conference on Public Economics, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy, New Delhi, May 30 - June 10, 2016. 6) Towards a Greater Integration of Unpaid Care Work in Development Polices International Seminar on Migration, Care Economy and Development, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum, September17-19, 2014.
Papers Published:
1. Anila Skariah (2018) Employment Status and Unpaid Care Work: A Disaggregated Analysis International Journal of Research in Economics and Social Sciences (IJRESS) Vol. 8 Issue 1, January- 2018, ISSN: 2249-7382 2. Anila Skariah (2018) Understanding Inequalities in Terms of Time Allocation: New Evidence from Kerala International Journal of Development Research, Vol. 08, Issue, 01, Pages.18701-18704, January, 2018, ISSN: 2230-9926 3. Anila Skariah. (2017). Gender and Time allocation Pattern in Kerala: Evidence from a Micro Level Study. Proceedings of National Seminar on Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women and Girls, National Institute of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Hyderabad. Pages 337-347 4. Anila Skariah. (2014). Does Unpaid Care Work Affect the Well-being of Care Providers? Evidence from Kerala, India. Asian Journal of Research in Social Sciences and Humanities. ISSN:2249-7315 DOI:10.5958-7315.2014.009745. 5. Anila Skariah. (2014). Towards a Greater Integration of Unpaid Care Work in Development Polices: Gender Dimensions of Care Economy in Kerala Context. Proceedings of International Seminar on Migration, Care Economy and Development, Centre for Development Studies, Trivandrum 6. Anila Skariah. (2014). Gender and Time Allocation in Kerala, India: Findings from Time Use Survey. Research Revolution, 2(10), 10-12. ISSN: 2319-300X. 7. Anila Skariah. (2014). Time Use Studies to Evaluate Unpaid Care Work in Kerala. International Journal of Research in Commerce, Economics & Management, 4(7), 47–52.ISSN: 2231-4245 8. Anila Skariah. (2014). Low Morbidity and High Mortality Syndrome- The Health Paradox in Kerala: A Review. International Journal of Advances in Social Science & Humanities, 2(9), 1-4. ISSN: 2347-7474 9. Anila Skariah. (2005). Accountability and the Teacher of the 21st Century. in Council for Teacher Education. Ernakulam.
INVITED LECTURERS IN WORKSHOPS, SEMINARS AND CONFERENCES:
1. Magnitude and Determinants of Unpaid Care Work in Kerala: Evidence from a Panchayat Level Study, National Seminar on Puzzles of Kerala's Development Experience, Dr. John Matthai Centre, Thrissur, University of Calicut, 10-11 January 2017.
UGC Orientation Refresher Courses:
Orientation Programme 1. Orientation Programme- UGC Human Resource Development Centre, University of Kerala, Kariavattom, Trivandrum, 22 Nov -19 Dec 2017. Refresher Course 2. 11th Refresher Course in Public Economics- National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP), New Delhi, 30 May- June 10, 2016. 3. Refresher Course on Advances in Economics for College /University Faculty Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research (IGIDR) Mumbai. 25 June- 13 July, 2018. Faculty Development Programmes 4. One week NPTEL-AICTE Faculty Development Programme by Indian Institute of Technology,(IIT) Guwahati through MOOCs mode-September 2018. 5. One Week NPTEL-AICTE Faculty Development Programme by Indian Institute of Technology, (IIT) Guwahati through MOOCs mode-September 2019.
UGC Major/Minor Projects:
1. Intra Household Inequality: Exploring the Gender Dynamics of Care Economy in Kerala, UGC Minor Research Project, April 2016- Rs 70000
Memberships:
• Kerala Economic Association • South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics
INVOLVEMENT IN THE ACADEMIC BODIES OF OTHER INSTITUTIONS:
RUSA Research Network Group (RRNG), Govt of Kerala nominated Member from SB College 2019-
OFFICIAL ROLES IN ADMINISTRATION / CORPORATE LIFE OF THE COLLEGE:
  • 1. Member- Internal Quality Assurance Cell 2017- 2. Chairman, UG Exam Board (S1 to S6) 2016- 3. Secretary, SB Fest Regulatory Committee 2019- 4. Member, Women's Grievances Redressal Cell (2018- 5. Member, Equal Opportunity Centre (2018- 6. SB Research Committee Member (2017- 7. Coordinator- Internal Evaluations of the Department (2012- 19) 8. Faculty- Scholar Support Programme, Department of Collegiate Education Kerala (2014- ) 9. Internal Mentor- Walk with a Scholar, Department of Collegiate Education Kerala (2015- ) 10.Vice President- Economics Association (2015-16)