Name : Dr. Jiji Joseph. V
Designation : Assistant Professor
Department : ZOOLOGY
Email : jijivjoseph@gmail.com


Qualification MSc. Zoology, BEd. Natural science, PhD., NET, SET
Present Position Assistant Professor of Zoology
Work Experience
Total Experience in Current Service
Years (PG)
5 Years
Years (UG) 13 Years
Research/ Projects 10 Projects at PG level:  ; 5 Projects at UG level 

Books/ Publications

Jiji Joseph V., Mashhoor K and Lazar V. Kottickal.2015, Molecular Phylogeny of The Southern Birdwing Butterfly, Troides Minos, Indicates Its Origin Before The Rise of Himalayas. Int J Recent Sci Res. 6(10), pp. 6662-6665.

Manoj, M. G., Jiji Joseph, MK Satheesh Kumar, S. Sandeep, K. A. Sreejith, K. M. Sunil, and K. Mohankumar. "On the Unprecedented Heat Burst Event and Subsequent Searing of Foliage over the Tropical Monsoon Region." International Journal 3, no. 3 (2016): 45-56.

Ranjini Rajan N., Ghosh S. M., Jiji joseph V. 2019, “DNA Barcoding and evolutionary lineage of grey weevil Myllocerus viridanus (Fabricious) (Coleoptera: Curculionodae)” Int J Recent Sci Res. Vol. 10, Issue, 02(D), pp. 30958-30961

K. Abdul Jaleel, S.M. Ghosh, V. Jiji Joseph, (2019). DNA barcoding and evolutionary lineage of banana skipper Erionota torus (Evans) (Lepidoptera: Hesperiidae) from Malabar, a part of Southern WesternGhats, India. International Journal of Scientific Research in Biological Sciences, 6(4), 29-32.

Seema Jayaprakash I.K Jincy, N.P, Jiji Joseph V and Lazar V. Kottickal., 2019, Phylogenetic Status of the White Tiger Moth, Nyctemera Coleta, Isolated from Kerala, India. Int J Recent Sci Res. 10(10), pp. 35432-35434.
Papers Presented in Conferences/ Seminars

Presented a paper entitled “The riparian diversity of Butterflies along the banks of river Thejeswani”in the International conference on Science and technology for clean and green environment-2012, conducted by Zoology wing, Annamalai University, Annamalainagar on 27/07/2012 and 28/07/2012.

Vignesh O. and Jiji Joseph V presented a Poster entitled “The evolution of Atrophaneura aristolochiae and Troides minos two Aristolochia indica feeding butterflies and their host plant from the nucleotide substitution rates of their Cytochrome oxidase subunit I (COI) gene and Ribulose bisphosphate carboxylase (RBCL) gene.”in 31st  Kerala Science congress held at Fatima matha college Kollam from 2/2/2019 to 3/2/2019.

PhD / M Phil/ Projects Guided
Awards/ Honours  Best Poster Award - 31st Kerala Science Congress
Positions Held Member- PG Board of Studies in Zoology – Kannur University 
Seminars/ Conferences Organised
Additional Responsibilities (2019-20)

Convener, Beautification Committee

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