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S. Prabakaran | Arts and Humanities Award | Global Academic Confluence Award

S. Prabakaran, PG and Research Department of History, AVVM Sri Pushpam College (Autonomous), Poondi -613503. Thanjavur. Tamil Nadu,India.

Dr. S. Prabakaran, an Assistant Professor of History, holds multiple degrees including a Ph.D. and has over 11 years of teaching experience. He has attended numerous seminars, presented papers, and published extensively, with 38 books and 31 papers to his credit. Passionate about academia, he has guided 29 M.Phil. scholars and actively participated in various academic and extracurricular activities. Dr. Prabakaran is recognized with 86 honors and awards, showcasing his dedication to scholarly pursuits.

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Education and Experience

Dr. S. Prabakaran, an Assistant Professor of History, boasts an impressive academic journey with qualifications including M.A., B.Ed., M.Phil., and Ph.D. spanning from 1993 to 2004. With over 11 years of service, he has taught at esteemed institutions like C. Abdul Hakeem College and Pachaiyappa’s College. At 52, his dedication to academia is evident through 23 seminars attended, 15 papers presented, and 31 papers published. His residential address is 4/A, M.G.R Street, Oragadam, Ambattur, Chennai-600053.

Professional Development

Dr. Prabakaran’s quest for knowledge extends beyond the classroom. He has attended one orientation and four refresher courses, focusing on diverse topics like research methodology and teaching pedagogy. Notably, he completed refresher courses at prestigious institutions like the University of Madras and the University of Rajasthan. His commitment to continuous learning enriches his teaching methodologies.


With 86 honors and awards, Dr. Prabakaran’s contributions to academia are widely recognized. He has organized six seminars, guided 29 M.Phil. scholars, and actively engaged in extracurricular activities within and outside the college. Additionally, his participation in webinars, quizzes, and seminars underscores his passion for scholarly pursuits. Dr. Prabakaran’s dedication to historical research and teaching excellence is commendable.

Research focus

Dr. S. Prabakaran’s research focus spans a wide array of historical and socio-cultural topics, with a particular emphasis on heritage sites, temple architecture, and the socio-economic impact of tourism. His studies delve into the historical significance and preservation of iconic monuments like the Taj Mahal and the Brahadeeswara Temple. Additionally, he explores contemporary issues such as violence against women and the impact of modern developments on historical sites. Through meticulous analysis and scholarly inquiry, Dr. Prabakaran contributes significantly to our understanding of history and heritage, shedding light on the past while addressing contemporary challenges.

Publication Top Notes

  1. “History of Taj Mahal” (TULASI 1 (1), 2015)
  2. “Impact of Covid-19 on Tourism with Special Reference to Brahadeeswara Temple, Thanjavur- A Study” (Advanced in Academic Research and Development 5, 2021)
  3. “Violence Against Women in Thanjavur District- A Study” (Women in Today’s World. 1, 2021)
  4. “A Study on Brahadeeswara Temple and It’s Consecration” (KALA 27 (1), 2021)
  5. “Historical and Analytical Study on Eco-Tourism in Pichavaram in Cuddalore District- A Study” (IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science (IOSR-JHSS) 26 (6), 2021)
  6. “A Study on Impeccable Ancient Monuments of India” (International Journal of All Research Education and Scientific Methods, 2021)
  7. “A Study on Origin and Development of the Corporation of Chennai (Upto 1973)” (SAMBOTHI 9 (2), 2021)
  8. “Proceedings on One Day State Level Seminar on ‘Trends in Historical Research'” (2021)
  9. “History of Anjaneya Temple at Nanganallur, Chennai-A Study” (AEGAEUM JOURNAL 8 (6), 2020)
  10. “Impetus and Impact of Chemical Fertiliser in Green Revolution with Reference to Tamilnadu-A Study” (AEGAEUM JOURNAL 8 (Issue-4), 2020)
S. Prabakaran | Arts and Humanities Award | Global Academic Confluence Award

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