The “One Day Workshop on Academic Writing & Reference Management in the Age of AI” was conducted with the aim of enhancing the academic writing and reference management skills of faculties, research scholars, and librarians. The workshop took place at Providence Women’s College Central Library and was attended by 40 participants from various institutions.


The workshop was inaugurated by Principal, Dr. Sr. Jaseena Joseph, who is a respected authority in the field of academia. Her presence added significant value to the event and set the tone for a productive day ahead.


Dr. Minoo Divakaran, the IQAC coordinator, felicitated the workshop, acknowledging its importance in the context of modern academic writing. Her words of encouragement motivated the participants.

Welcome Address:

Dr. Aparna Nandakumar extended a warm welcome to the gathering, emphasizing the significance of the workshop in the era of AI. Her welcome address helped create a positive and inviting atmosphere for the attendees.

Resource Person Introduction:

The resource person, Mr. Jasimudheen, UGC Librarian at St. Stephen’s College, Uzhavoor, Kottayam, was introduced by Dr. Prasanth M P, the librarian of Providence Women’s College . Mr. Jasimudheen’s expertise and experience in the field of academic writing and reference management made him an ideal guide for the workshop.

Workshop Sessions:

Mr. Jasimudheen conducted informative and engaging sessions throughout the day, covering various aspects of academic writing and reference management in the age of AI. These sessions included techniques for using AI tools in academic writing, best practices for citing and referencing, and strategies for managing research materials efficiently.

Participant Interaction:

The workshop encouraged active participation from the attendees. Participants had the opportunity to ask questions, seek clarification, and share their own experiences, making the learning process interactive and collaborative.


The “One Day Workshop on Academic Writing & Reference Management in the Age of AI” was a valuable event for faculties, research scholars, and librarians. It provided a platform for enhancing essential skills in academic writing and reference management, with a focus on leveraging AI tools and techniques. The successful organization of this workshop would not have been possible without the contributions of all the individuals involved, from the distinguished guests and speakers to the enthusiastic participants.

Vote of Thanks:

The workshop concluded with a heartfelt vote of thanks delivered by Ms. Aiswarya Paul. She expressed gratitude to all the participants, speakers, organizers, and sponsors who made the event a success. Her words of appreciation added a sense of closure to the day’s proceedings.

Overall, the “One Day Workshop on Academic Writing & Reference Management in the Age of AI” proved to be a fruitful endeavor, equipping participants with valuable skills and insights that will undoubtedly benefit them in their academic pursuits. This event served as a testament to the importance of continuous learning and adaptation in the ever-evolving landscape of academia.