Ganesh Koramannil teaches at the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts and Society at Charles Darwin University in Darwin Australia. Ganesh has worked in the areas of ESL, TESOL, Linguistics, Literacy and English Literature for 20 years. He has worked in various parts of India and Australia. Over the last decade, he has worked mostly in the Northern Territory. Ganesh has teaching experience in Higher Education, Vocational, ELICOS and High School sectors. His areas of interest include education, languages, cultural studies, Indigenous knowledges, English as an Additional Language or Dialect (EALD), English for Academic purposes in Higher Education, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Policy, Education Policy, ESL/TESOL Curriculum and Pedagogy, Ethnic minorities and access to higher education.
His research has had the perspective of an inquirer from an ESL background. His background as an ESL student, ESL educator, Cambridge ESOL Examiner, and his teaching practices in Higher Education, extensively influences his research interests. His current research investigates the impact of English language proficiency on Indigenous students from EALD backgrounds in accessing university education. Ganesh also has a keen interest in Indigenous and Indian arts and culture domains.