Education for Rural Transformation in India: Realities and Challenges

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  • Author :Karnam Pushpanadham
  • Year of Publication :2014
  • ISBN: :9789351251071
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 360
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Education

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About the Book :

“Education for Rural Transformation: Realities and Challenges” is the outcome of the deliberations at the national symposium held at the Department of Educational Administration with the support of Institute of International Education, Stockholm University, Sweden. Transformation in social context refers to substitution in the basic character of its components: social relations, goods, environment, and units of social structure. It is generally assumed that society cannot be scrapped, and so it is transformed. Transformation, in rural context, denotes the successive changing patterns conceived in rural set: in its structure, function, form and character both in positive and negative directions. The term rural transformation does not mean urbanization of village or realization of cities. The realm covers a wider perspective. It highlights all major shifts in rural ecology and its canvas encompasses agricultural as well as non-agricultural sectors. The papers and discussions at the symposium had reexamined the role of education and learning in rural areas as well as to reevaluated present national policies and priorities with regards to the perspectives of rural people. This book contains 24 chapters and each chapter focuses on various dimensions of rural transformation through education in India. It is certainly a reference book for the scholars working in the fields of education, sociology, social work and other allied subjects.


About Author :

Karanam Pushpanadham is a Professor of Education at the Department of Educational Administration, Faculty of Education and Psychology, The M.S. University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. He was the member of the Senate, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda (2012-2013). Worked as a Dean of Students at the Faculty of Education and Psychology, the M.S. University of Baroda, Gujarat, India during 2007-2010. Visiting Professor (2007-2008) at the Institute of International Education, Stockholm University, Sweden on Swedish Institutes Guest Scholarship for Advanced Research in Educational Leadership and Development focusing on the Head Teachers Management Training in Sweden. Worked as a Director, Education E-Learning Programmes and Assistant Dean for International Affairs at the Assumption International University of Thailand during 2005-2006. Guest Editor of an International Journal on Teaching and Studies, American Scholars Press, USA. Associated with International Research Project on Education for Rural Transformation: India and China in collaboration.
Co-coordinating Education for Global Citizenship Programme in collaboration with Stockholm School Administration, Ministry of Education, and Sweden. Involved in capacity building for teachers and teacher educators in ESD and Eco System Services and its application for creating safe school environment. Project Director of IB school evaluation programme in India. European Unions Erasmus Mundus Visiting Professor at the Department of Education, Aarhus University, and Copenhagen, Denmark during 2012. Directed International Training Programmes on School Leadership for the DEOs of Afghanistan and ICT in pedagogic development for the policy makers of Asia and African countries with the support of Swedish International Development Agency.