EMANCIPATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH EDUCATION & CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS By K.Santoshi[1]  and M. Ravi Babu[2]

Abstract Education is a light of life. Education is important for everyone, but it is especially significant for girls and women. This is true not only because of education is an entry point to other opportunities, but also because the Read More …

MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES: PROMOTING INCLUSION BY ADDRESSING EXCLUSION By Dr. Sukhwinder Kaur[1]

  Abstract Disability is increasingly being acknowledged as a human rights issue. Persons with disabilities are also persons with extraordinary talent. Yet they are too often forgotten. Persons with disabilities make up ten percent of the world’s population. All the Read More …

ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE AND QUALITY IN THE PRESENT TEACHER EDUCATION SYSTEM OF INDIA THROUGH PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHERS IN THE PRESENT ERA OF COMMERCIALIZATION OF TEACHER EDUCATION: EMERGING ISSUES AND STRATEGIES By Dr. Shazli Hasan Khan[1]

Abstract                 The usefulness and effectiveness of any education system is closely linked to teachers’ skill and competence. The system has not only to take cognizance of our country’s present and future socio-economic needs but also should keep the global Read More …

STATUS OF SCHOOLS IN PROVIDING FRIENDLY, REWARDING AND A SUPPORTIVE ENVIRONMENT TO THE CHILDREN IN THE CONTEXT OF PROTECTION AND PARTICIPATION ASPECTS OF CHILD RIGHTS By Bhaskaran[1] and Dr. R. Krishnakumar[2]

Abstract Our schools need to be aware of the sensitive and impressionable nature of minds of school children and must ensure that all students, irrespective of their differences in physical, social, economic status or by their being differently able are dealt Read More …