Kerala edged out West Bengal 5-4 on penalties at Manjeri last week to win the national football championship for the seventh time.
Editor Philip Mathew awarded gold medals to the team members and the supporting staff.
The team led by Jijo Joseph and coached by Bino George played an attractive brand of football to win the title on home soil after a long gap of 29 years.
Hailing from Minervapadi in Malappuram district's Nilambur, Jesin is a product of MES College Mampad.
He was part of the Kerala team which won the Santosh Trophy for the first time in 1973.
Karnataka notched up an emphatic 4-0 win over Gujarat.
Kerala, who thumped Rajasthan 5-0, have six points from two matches in Group A.
Bibin, who earned a place in the 20-member Kerala squad for the 75th National Football Championship for Santosh Trophy, was abandoned by his parents at the age of eight.
It was the maiden KPL title for the Kochi-based club, while KSEB had to settle for the runners-up spot for the second successive season.
KSEB edged out Basco Othukkungal FC 2-1, while Golden Threads beat SAT Tirur 1-0.