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College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences , Mannuthy


DEPARTMENT: Statistics

Faculty & Staff

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Dr .Gleeja V.L.  Dr .Gleeja V.L.
Designation: - Assistant Professor
Address: - Department of Statistics, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy
Mobile No: - 9846261694
Email ID: - gleeja@kvasu.ac.in

Educational Qualifications

MSc Statistics, Ph.D

Area of Research

Survival Analysis

Work Experience

Teaching experience: 10 years


Orientation courses

  1. 55th Orientation course conducted by UGC-Academic staff college, University of Calicut at Dr. John Mathai Centre, Aranattukara, Thrissur from 14/11/2008 to 11/12/2008

  2. Orientation for newly recruited faculty members of Veterinary and Animal Sciences organized by Kerala State Veterinary Council, Trivandrum from 1st July 2008 to 5th July 2008.

Refresher courses

  1. Refresher Course in Statistics and Research Methods conducted by the UGC Academic Staff College, University of Kerala, Kariavattom from 24/11/11 to 15/12/2011

  2. Refresher course in Computer Science (Interdisciplinary) conducted by UGC-HRDC,University of Calicut from 10/08/2016 to 30/08/2016


      1. Short course on Advanced Statistical methods and computational software for fisheries research and management at ICAR CIFT, Kochi, during 17-26 July 2018.

      2. Training programme on Data Analysis using SAS at UAS, Banglore from 8th to 13th August 2011.



  1.  P.G. Sankaran and Gleeja V. L. (2011) On proportional reversed hazards frailty models, Metron 69: 151-173.

  2. P.G. Sankaran and Gleeja V. L. (2008) Association measures for bivariate lifetime data Communications in Statistics- Theory and Methods, 37(20):3228-3249.

  3. P.G. Sankaran and Gleeja V. L. (2008) Proportional reversed hazard and frailty models Metrika, 68: 333-342

  4. P.G. Sankaran, Gleeja V. L. and T. M. Jacob (2007) Nonparametric estimation of reversed hazard rate, Calcutta Statistical Association Bulletin, 59, 55-68.

  5. P.G. Sankaran and Gleeja V. L. (2006) On bivariate reversed hazard rates. Journal of Japan Statistical Society 36(2): 213-224.

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