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Er erhielt viele nationale und internationale Auszeichnungen, u.a. den ‚Rajiv Gandhi Award’ und die ‚Aktion Sonnenschein Medaille’.


  • 1990 Ram Kamal Sinha Memorial National Gold Medal of the Alakendu Bodi Niketan, Kolkata
  • 1991 Cyriac Kandathil AKCC Award – Thiruvananthapuram
  • 1994 Award from Aktion Sonnenschein, Munich, Germany
  • 1994 First Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award by the Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India, Delhi
  • 1994 B.J. Modi Award from the National Society of Equal Opportunity for the Handicapped, Mumbai
  • 1995 Platinum Jubilee Award instituted by Red Cross Society for Humanitarian Services in connection with the Platinum Jubilee of the State Branch of Indian Red Cross Society, Thiruvananthapuram
  • 1996 Gem of Alternative Medicines Award from Indian Board of Alternative Medicines, Kolkata
  • 1997 The GNN Local Best Practice Awarded by Global Nirmithi - NET, Trivandrum Chapter, Thiruvananthapuram
  • 1999 Award for the book- “Home A School” by Government of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram
  • 2005 Bharatiya Dalit Sahitya Academi Dr.Ambedkar National Award, New Delhi
  • 2008 1st Monibala Memorial Award – Association for Rehabilitation of Resource Less But Assiduous Youth, Kolkata - 1st March 2008
  • 2008 Social Apostolate Award 2008 for the Outstanding service for the Mentally Challenged Children in India - Department of Social Apostolate, Carmelites of Mary Immaculate (CMI) Congregation on 31-03-2008


  • Introduced Three Cs Concept and Shape Based Education for the Mentally Challenged Persons in 1980.
  • Participated in Paralympics, Spain in 1992.
  • Performing “Ramayanam” Ballet all over India – 1994 – 1995.
  • Participation in World Congress on Mental Retardation and Presentation of “Ramayanam”. -1995 – Delhi.
  • “Ramayanam” at Kalidasa University, Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. 1995
  • 40000 families in 23 States of India. –1998 to 1999 through National Project to integrate mentally challenged persons with family and community.
  • Participated in UMANG (Exchange Programme in Cultural Event), Rajasthan. -1999
  • Participated in Republic Day Parade – 1999 and won Second prize - Delhi
  • Started Jeevan Prakash Child Centre in 1991, Thiruvananthapuram. Vojta Neuro-kinesiological examination of newborn babies and children is based on well known paediatric reaction to sudden postural changes which identifies developmental deficiencies.
  • Initiated First Rural Olympics 2000 – Mentally Challenged Students and their mothers together participated.
  • Started Integrated Montessori Kindergarten – Normal children along with mentally challenged children.
  • Organized Special Olympics at LNCPE, Thiruvananthapuram 2001.
  • Organized “Kala Sandhya” Public Art Performance at Ernakulam and Thiruvananthpuram.—2002
  • Participated in the National Youth Festival along with Normal Children 2003.
  • Given training to doctors from PHC’s in Kerala – 1999-2004 National Programme on orientation to Medical Officers in Disabilities Management.
  • Conducted 39 batches of Teacher Trainees [DSE(MR)] Course of Rehabilitation Council of India. Identified 70,000 mentally challenged children through the teachers’ trainees as part of their training.
  • Founded “FREEDOM CENTRE”, a performing Arts Centre by and for Mentally Challenged Persons in Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Established Agricultural-Horticultural Farm at Kuttichal for training the Mentally Challenged Persons.
  • Initiated Vocational Training Courses in Performing Arts and Agricultural practices.
  • Founder-Director of Central Institute on Mental Retardation, Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, India.
  • Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Elementary Education and Literacy Grants-in-aid Committee.
  • Executive member of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, Karnataka State.