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