Developmental Problems and Policies in India: An Appraisal

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Overview

  • Author :B. Satyanarayan
  • Year of Publication :2000
  • ISBN: :9788170228257
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 206
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Political Science


About the Book :

The book provides conceptual clarity, highlights trends of change in extension work and gradual evolution of the profession. Up-to-date information have been presented lucidly on communication including both traditional folk media and new communication technologies with cases and examples. The chapters on training and transfer of technology provide tools of the trade and also discuss new concepts like Micro lab, learning strategy, PRA, RRA, ITK, etc. The ethics of extension and criticisms over present forms of extension have been synthesised to provide guidelines for students, researchers and practitioners.


About Author :

Both the Editors have put in more than 35 years of experience in the fields of teaching, research and educational administration. They worked during their long academic career in various capacities such as Lecturers, Readers, Professors, apart from holding the positions like Heads of the Department, Chairman of the Board of Studies etc. Both of them are the Research Supervisors guiding research scholars for both M. Phil and Ph.D. Degrees in Economics since Seventies. A number of candidates have taken their Doctoral Degrees under their guidance. They have completed a number of research projects sponsored by the State and Central Governments, Planning Commission, UGC, ICSSR etc. They have published quite a number of books, research papers, book reviews in both the national and international Journals. Prof. Satyanarayan was invited as a Visiting Professor by the IIIinois institute of Technology (Stuart School of Business), Chicago, U.S.A. for a period of three months from July to October 1994. He is presently holding the position as Coordinator Director, Special Assistance Programme (Sponsored by the UGC), Department of Economics, Osmania, University.