|Dr. Pratheesh P - Assistant professor
Department of Geology
School of Earth Science Systems
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|Specialization:||1. Structural Geology
2. Igneous Petrology
|Course Offered:||GEOL 5102: Structural Geology
GEOL 5201: Igneous Petrology
GEOL 5303: Exploration Geophysics
GEOL 502: Mining and Engineering Geology
GEOL 503: Geomatics
GEOL 509: Structural Analysis
|Brief Profile:||Dr. Pratheesh P. completed his MSc from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kottayam in 2005 and Ph.D. from University of Kerala in 2013. His doctoral research focused on the understanding of temporal relation between dyke emplacement and shear zone kinematics and its tectonic significance in the South Indian crustal evolution. Soon after his PhD, he joined the Central Lab Facility (CLF), in the University of Kerala as a Technical Officer. There He was in-charge of a Mass spectrometry Laboratory, having LA-GC-LC-ICPMS. Later he was awarded Varghese Kurian Young Scientist fellowship of Kerala State Council Science Technology and Environment (KSCSTE), with which he joined Centre for Geo-Information Science and Technology (CGIST), Trivandrum as a Research Scientist in 2014. He also served as a visiting faculty for a short duration in the Department of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum (CET) in 2015. He has qualified State Eligibility Test (SET-2005) and CSIR-UGC, NET Lectureship in Earth Sciences in 2011. He had visited many countries for research paper presentations and specialized training. He joined Central University of Kerala as an Assistant Professor in 2016. His research focuses on applying structural, petrological, geochemical and remote sensing techniques to understand the origin and tectonic evolution of the continental crust with special attention to the classical Southern Granulite Terrain.