Chernnu Nadakkam Oppam Valaram (Let’s walk together and grow together)
It is a personal growth book published by Mannaniya Publication Division (ISBN – 978-93-5346-228-4). This book carries personal witnessing by 40 students about how TCI (Theme Centred Interaction) touched and transformed their lives. The book was prepared by Dr.Dilshad Bin Ashraf, Asst Professor, Dept of Psychology
Al- Arabiyya Magazine
Al Arabiyya Magazine is the initiative of Arabic Association of Mannaniya College. The magazine comprised of the creative writings of Arabic association members.
Compilation of Abstracts
This is the book of abstracts published in connection with International Conference on Recent Trends in Teaching and Learning held on 6th and 7th March 2019. The book comprised of abstracts of 86 research papers in the area of teaching and learning.
Kevlar – The Science Journal
The Science Club of Mannaniya College works to bring out annual official student
publication –Science Journal, KEVLAR, established in the year 2007. For over 11 years, our illustrious journal KEVLAR has been a beacon of science. Each year a team of editors generate creative contents from the students. The final publication reflects and encompasses the diversity in thinking. Every year KEVLAR highlights the recent developments in various areas of science including Nano Chemistry, Green Chemistry, Astro physics and Molecular Biology.
Short film “Purakilake
A shortfilm named “Purakilake” was produced by NSS Unit, Mannaniya College of Arts and Science. Its story, script and direction are done by the NSS Volunteer Sri. Sarath Mohan. It is uploaded in Youtube on 31 August 2018.
Ente Priyappetta Teacher (My favourite teacher)
Ente Priyappetta Teacher is a manuscript magazine released by WWS. This book consisted of the positive memories about the most favourite teacher. Thirty two WWS students shared their memories.
Enne Njanakkiya Amma ( My mother who made me who I am)
Enne Njanakkiya Amma is a manuscript magazine released by WWS. This book consisted of the positive memories about the mother. Thirty two WWS students shared their memories.