Assistant Professor, Department of Commerce and International Trade
Karunya institute of Technology and Sciences



Completed M.Com., Ph.D


Interested in banking research


Scopus Publications

Scopus Publications

  • Statistical Analysis on Formative Assessment during COVID in Order to Emphasis on Future Generation
    D. P. Latha, D. J. Pushparaj and S. T. Helina

    Siree Journals
    The world was affected by COVID-19. This has been a major role in the education. Online examination is called as e-exams and it is in beneficial state for the higher education in the worldwide. The process of conducting examination during pandemic period is a question mark in every body's heart and many institutions conducted their examination through the online mode. E- exams have given answer to the education world. It gave significant promise to the learners. This is the study about the e-exam conducted in the Indian educational organization. Only Multiple-Choice Question has been given for the evaluation. The automated system has evaluated the answer of the students and gave marks. The online examination is more efficient than the conventional paper-based exams. The overall efficiency of the grading and the time has been measured. It was concluded that online examination is more advantageous than conventional paper-based exams. The outcome also applies to the authenticity of grading and the overall efficiency concerning the time, effort, and expenditure on conducting the examination. The online examination is related with the formative assessment of learning. It provide authenticity, security and flexibility. The result of this study will be more helpful for the e-exams.

  • Mini Scale Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Blade with Different Mixed Airfoil and their Performance in QBLADE

  • A Systematic Review on Lumbar Alignment Device's Mechanism Using Sensor Fusion Technology
    A. Jerome Christhudass, P. Manimegalai, A. Leo, K. Kumara Pillai, and S. Thanga Helina

    IOP Publishing
    Abstract Good posture reflects a proper state of mind which let anyone get away with anything but people nowadays, is experiencing loads of work burden that are resulting in a bad posture. In this work the role of sensors in posture corrector devices are reviewed. Multiple techniques with different applications are used to detect, identify, and classify the lower lumbar spine movement. In the review multiple sensors employed in posture correctors are reviewed. Each sensor has a different working principle, its own advantages and disadvantages in this review, each paper had different methods and sensors. They are used in the devices according to their functions to get the exact expected output.

  • Various techniques on identifying the existence of forgery content in digital images for safe engineering applications