- 2014- Derozio Awards for Education and Human Enrichment-2013(special schools category) New Delhi 26 November 2014
- 1994 - First Rajiv Gandhi Manav Seva Award by the Ministry of Human
- 1990 - Ram Kamal Sinha Memorial National Gold Medal of the Alakendu
- 1991 - Cyriac Kandathil AKCC Award – Thiruvananthapuram.
- 1994 - Award from Aktion Sonnenschein, Munich, Germany.
- 1994 - B.J. Modi Award from the National Society of Equal Opportunity for the Handicapped, Mumbai.
- 1995 - Platinum Jubilee Award instituted by Red Cross Society for Humanitarian Bodi Niketan, Kolkata. Resources Development, Government of India, Delhi.Services in connection with the Platinum Jubilee of the State Branch of Indian Red Cross Society, Thiruvananthapuram.
- 1996 - Gem of Alternative Medicines Award from Indian Board of Alternative Medicines, Kolkata.
- 1997 - The GNN Local Best Practice Awarded by Global Nirmithi – NET, Thiruvananthapuram Chapter, Thiruvananthapuram.
- 1999 - Award for the book- ‘Home A School’ by Government of Kerala, Thiruvananthapuram.
- 2005 - Bharatiya Dalit Sahitya Academy Dr.Ambedkar National Award, New Delhi.
- 2008 - Resource Less Assiduous Youth, Kolkata – 1st
- 2008 - Carmelites of Mary Immaculate Social Apostolate Award 2008.
- 2013 - Justice Peace and Development Commission of Kerala Catholic Bishops Monibala Memorial Award – Association for Rehabilitation of But st March 2008.Council Honoured – 27th July 2013.
- 2008: Introduced horseback riding as a therapeutic method through the benevolent gift of two army
horses by ex-president Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam
- 2003: CIMR children participated in National Youth Festival in four stages and performed at parwith the children from formal schools.
- 2002: Certificate for “Excellence in Achievement” by Rehabilitation Council of India.
- 2002: CIMR children conducted ‘kalasandya’, a cultural event for the public at Ernakulam and Thiruvananthapuram.
- 2000: Inauguration of ‘Freedom Center’, the performing arts center for and by the mentally challenged people by Dr. A.P.J Abdul Kalam
- 2000: CIMR started the first Rural Olympics for the mentally challenged people and their mothers.
- 1999: Participated in UMANG (a cultural exchange program ) in Rajasthan.
- 1999: 85 children participated in the Republic Day parade in Delhi and won second price for best performance.
- 1999: Reached out to more than 40,000 families with the mentally challenged in 23 states of India for community based rehabilitation. All these families were given training , a book titled ‘ Home a School’ in the regional languages and a guide for parents named ‘Models and instructions to the Parents and family for Learning and Instruction’. A complete set of teaching materials based on shapes developed by CIMR was supplied to each family.
- 1996: Established Agricultural and Horticultural Rehabilitation farm at Kuttichal.
- 1994: CIMR children performed ‘Ramayana ballet’ in the World Conference on Scientific Study on mental deficiency at Taj Palace, Delhi and thereafter in different places all over India.
- 1992: 10 children and staff from CIMR participated in Para-Olympics in Spain.
- 1990: CIMR published more than 70 books.