Government of India National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) Department of Health & Family Welfare
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Ghaziabad 60
Gurugram 110
Noida 61

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Kozhikode Branch

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Full Mailing Address:

Kendriya Bhavan, (Third Floor) M.S Baburaj 

Road Kallai (P.O), Kozhikode, Kerala-673003,

National Centre for Disease Control,

Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Telephone: 0495-2325502

 

Head of the Division:

 

Dr.Sayana Bhaskaran. K

M.B.B.S

Medical Officer

Email ID: jd.ncdckerala@gov.in , ncdcclt@gmail.com ,

sayanabhaskaran123@gmail.com

 

*Other Staff in the Division

 

Smt. Anushree SB
M.Sc
Research Assistant
Email ID-
anusb89@gmail.com


Smt. Anila Rajendran
M.Sc,B.Ed
Research Assistant
Email ID-
anilarajendran@gmail.com

Shri. W. Tamizharasu
M.Sc, D.M.L.T
Technician
Email ID-
william.tamil@yahoo.co.in

 

Smt.K.K.Savithri
PRE-DEGREE
Lab Assistant
Email ID-
savidass12914@gmail.com

 

 

Shri. V.R.Rajesh
Hr.Secondary
Lab Assistant
Email ID-
Rajeshvadakkethil14@gmail.com

 

GopalaKrishnan K.B

Graduation Diploma in Information Technology

Laboratory Attendant

Email ID- nayana2007@rediffmail.com

 

Shri. N.B.Narayana
SSLC
Lab Assistant
Email ID-
narayanaeriya@gmail.com

 

Shri Muhammed Arsal MM,
Laboratory Attendant, NCDC
BSc Physics
Email ID: 
arsalvadiniama@gmail.com

Shri. Habeeb KI
8th Passed
SCD. GrII
Email ID-
habeebncdc999@gmail.com

 

Shri. Sahadevan A
SSLC
Stenographer
Email ID-
arangatsahadevan@gmail.com

 

Shri. Amarnath M
BA
UDC
Email ID-
amarncdc@gmail.com

 

Shri. Joshua Jeevanand G.
LDC, NCDC
B.Com
e-mail:
joshuaoffice1970@gmail.com

Shri. Rohan Mehra
Hr. Secondary
LDC
Email ID-
mehrarohan1994@gmail.com

Shri. S.Sunilkumar
7th Class
FW
Email ID-
sunilsreedhara@gmail.com

 

Shri. B.M.Ravindrakumar
MTS
10th Failed
Email ID-
Chandrakatham1966@gmail.com

 

Shri Lijo Varghese K.
Laboratory Attendant, NCDC
BA failed
Email ID:
vargheseklijo@gmail.com

 

Laboratories/ units under the Branch: Field Unit at Thiruvananthapuram

 Officer in Charge of Lab/Unit: Smt. Anusree S B

 

 

 

Mandate of the Branch:

 

  1. Manpower development
  2. Outbreak investigations and control
  3. Research
  4. Specialized services
  5. Other Activities

 

Activities under taken in the branch

 

  • Scheduled and Non-Scheduled Trainings on Lymphatic Filariasis and other Vector borne Diseases
  • Outbreak investigations of the Communicable Diseases occurring in Kerala State.
  • Surveillance of Aedes ageypti, the vector of Yelow fever/Dengue/Chikunguniya & Zika Virus in Kozhikode,Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam and Alappuzha Districts in Kerala
  • Monitoring of Microfilaria prevalence & intensity of transmission among migrant labourers in Kerala.
  • Study on present status of Malayi in erstwhile endemic pockets in Kerala.
  • Cross checking of blood slides received from different District Vector Control Units of Kerala
  • Treatment to Filariasis patients
  • Morbidity Management and disability prevention of Lymphatic Filariasis
  • Night blood smears collection from Kozhikode and Thiruvananthapuram as well as in other parts of Kerala.
  • Monitor the activities of National Programme on Climate Change and Human Health in Kerala State.
  • Awareness classes on Public health issues through conducting camps
  • Supply of study materials and scientific specimens to various educational/training/research institutions
  • Resource support to various academic institutions.
  • Close collaboration and cooperation with the District and State health authorities on public health issues.
  • Technical assistance such as identification of vectors of diseases received from districts and other medical institutions.
  • Guidance to Post graduate students for dissertation works etc.

 

Research projects and Publication (With website link):

 

  1. Suresh Chand Kaushik, Sukhvir Singh, Purnima Srivastava and R.Rajendran, Detection of dengue virus in Aedes Mosquitoes in Delhi, India. Entomon, 2019; 44 (3):213-218

 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/337442595_Detection_of_dengue_virus_in_Aedes_mosquitoes_in_Delhi_India

       2. R. Rajendran, S B Anusree, K Ramachandran and K. Regu. Pre Intervention Situation Analysis of Control of Vector- borne Diseases in an Urban Area in Kerala.  JETIR, 2020; 7(5):

https://www.jetir.org/papers/JETIR2005224.pdf

       3. R. Rajendran, K. Regu, S B Anusree, Anila Rajendran, S K Jain, Sujeet Kumar Singh. The First COVID-19 Incidence in India: A Lesson of Struggle and Survival. Journal of Communicable Disease, 2020; 52(2): 25-31

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/319

       4. R. Rajendran, S B Anusree, K Regu. Seasonal variation and breeding preference of Aedes albopictus in one of the coastal districts of Kerala. International Journal of Mosquito Research, 2020; 7 (4): 78-82

https://www.dipterajournal.com/archives/2020/7/4/B/7-3-3

        5. R Rajendran, K Regu, S B Anusree,  W. Tamizharasu, Anila Rajendran.  Surveillance of Aedes (Stegomyia) mosquitoes in and around International airport, Kerala- Assessment of vector control efforts., Entomon, 2020; 45(2): 135-142

https://entomon.in/index.php/Entomon/article/view/522

        6. Rajendran R, Sheela Devi D, Anusree SB, Regu K, SN Sharma. An article “ Coronavirus: The Most Dangerous Pathogen of present Era”,  Journal of Communicable Diseases, 2020; 52(4): 17-28

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/470

         7. Nilam Somalkar, Sushanta Kumar Kar, Sudhansu Sekhar Mishra, Nupur Ropy, Madan Mohan Pradhan, Arun Sivan, Rajendran R, Pasi AR. “Challenges in Elimination of Filariasis: New Foci of B.Malayi Infection in Odisha”, India. Journal of Communicable Diseases, 2021; 53(1): 1-5

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/501

         8. R Rajendran, K Regu, S B Anusree, Anila Rajendran and W Tamizharasu, Entomological surveillance of Stegomyia mosquitoes in and around Cochin Seaport, Kerala, India. International Journal of Mosquito Research, 2022; 9(2):132-138

https://www.dipterajournal.com/pdf/2022/vol9issue2/PartA/9-1-12-662.pdf

         9. R Rajendran, S.R.Karmakar, Vinay Garg, Rajalakshmi Viswanathan, Kamran Zaman, S.B.Anusree and K.Regu. An appraisal of post flood dengue vector Aedes albopictus Skuse (Diptera:Culicidee) surveillance in a coastal district of Kerala, India. Entomon, 2021; 46(1):25-32

http://www.entomon.ambadi.org.in/index.php/Entomon/article/view/583

        10. K.Regu,R.Rajendran, Anila Rajendran, S.B.Anusree, W.Tamizharasu and Rajesh Poduval. Entomological Surveillance of Vectors of Yellow Fever, Dengue, Chikungunya and Zika Virus at Kannur International Airport, Kerala, India. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 2021; 10(8):728-735

https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1008.081

         11. MS Sasi, R Rajendran, V Meenakshy, T Dilip Kumar, Sherly Vardhan, K Regu, SN Sharma, T.Suresh. Zika Virus: An Emerging Mosquito-borne Disease Threat in Kerala. Journal of Communicable Diseases, 2021; 53(3):201-212

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/697

         12. M S Sasi, R Rajendran,V Meenakshi, T Suresh, R Heera Pillai, T Dilip Kumar, Athira Sugathan and K Regu. Study on Vector Dynamics of Zika virus outbreak in Thiruvananthapuram , Kerala, India. International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Science, 2021; 10(12):54-71

https://doi.org/10.20546/ijcmas.2021.1012.008

          13. M.S.Sasi, R.Rajendran, V.Meenakshy,T.Suresh,R.Heera Pillai,T.Dilip Kumar, Athira Sugathan, K.Regu. Detection of Zika virus in Anopheles stephensi Liston, 1901 (Diptera:Culicidae) in India-First report. Entomon, 2021; 46(4):325-332

https://www.entomon.in/index.php/Entomon/article/view/643

           14. R Rajendran,K Regu, S.B.Anusree,W.Tamizharasu. Seasonal surveillance of the vectors of yellow fever, dengue, chikungunya and zika in New Mangalure Sea Port, India International Journal of Mosquito Research, 2021; 8(3):47-50

https://www.dipterajournal.com/archives/2021/8/3/A/8-3-9

            15. R Rajendran, Karmakar S R, Garg V, Viswanathan R, Zaman K, Anusree S B, Regu K, Sharma SN. Post flood study on incidence of Leptospirosis in Alappuzha district of Kerala, India. Journal of Communicable Diseases. 2021; 53(3):127-134

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/656

            16. Rajendran R,Regu K, Anusree SB,Anila Rajendran,Tamilzharasu W,Sharma SN. Need for Strict Adherence to International Health Regulations –Entomological Surveillance at Mangalure International Airport. Journal of Communicable Diseases, 2022; 54(2): 1-6

https://medical.advancedresearchpublications.com/index.php/Journal-CommunicableDiseases/article/view/1138

             17. Haroon A, Rajendran R, Dilip Kumar T. Increasing cases of Dirofilariasis in Kerala – an emerging public Health concern. J Med Arthropodol & Public Health. 2022; 2(1):9-14

https://doi.org/10.1007%2Fs12639-013-0348-8

             18. Published report on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Survey on Zika in Thiruvananthapuram.