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Reddy P. Adinarayana Reddy M.C. Reddeppa

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M.C. Reddeppa Reddy,P. Adinarayana Reddy

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recognizing the efficient performance of the NGOs in terms of involvement, administration services, the government has involved them in implementation all its welfare programmes. The universities are also involved in community development through their outreach activities. In view of the involvement of government, NGOs and universities in community development requires coordination among them so as to impart life Education and to improve the quality of social service activities and to avoid the duplication of efforts and wastage. The present volume is conceived to pool the Experiences and expertise of the universities and NGOs to analyse the present status, problems encountered and to formulate future strategies for better linkage between them. The book will provide a good Insight into the bondage between universities and NGOs and provide tips to the administrators for better co-ordination between them and Research areas for the academicians. Printed Pages: 242. Seller Inventory # 57357

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M.C. Reddeppa Reddy,P. Adinarayana Reddy

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recognizing the efficient performance of the NGOs in terms of involvement, administration services, the government has involved them in implementation all its welfare programmes. The universities are also involved in community development through their outreach activities. In view of the involvement of government, NGOs and universities in community development requires coordination among them so as to impart life Education and to improve the quality of social service activities and to avoid the duplication of efforts and wastage. The present volume is conceived to pool the Experiences and expertise of the universities and NGOs to analyse the present status, problems encountered and to formulate future strategies for better linkage between them. The book will provide a good Insight into the bondage between universities and NGOs and provide tips to the administrators for better co-ordination between them and Research areas for the academicians. Printed Pages: 242. Seller Inventory # 57357

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P Adinararyana Reddy

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ISBN 10: 818411088X ISBN 13: 9788184110883

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About this Item: Sonali, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Continuing education and life long learning present status and future directions/K. Sivadasan Pillai. 2. Strategies for the promotion of life long learning/K. Devan. 3. Strategies for promotion of continuing education and life long learning/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 4. Globalization and life long education/H. Subrahmanyam. 5. The key pillars of education in the context of globalization in life long education/A. Jahitha Begum and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 6. Emerging areas of research in life long education in an era of globalization/G. Lokanadha Reddy and A. Jahitha Begum. 7. Universities and extension in the context of globalization/G. Lokanadha Reddy and K. Mythily. 8. Continuing education programme for Human Resources Development in the era of globalization/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 9. Distance education a threshold of globalization/S. Thavamani. 10. Globalization Challenges in distance education/T. Sampath Kumar and K. Anandan. 11. The changing role of instructor in continuing/distance education with special reference to communication technology/G. Venkata Narayana and M.C. Obulesu. 12. Technology in the distance learning/Nimma Venkata Rao and B.B. Rao Kandregula. 13. Continuing education to rural communities the role of universities/Sampoornam and G. Umapathi. 14. Role of formal educational institutes in continuing education and life long learning/K.G. Bharathi and G. Hussain Reddy. 15. Research in alternative systems of education/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 16. Continuing education for women and the aged/N. Dhanalakshmi and S. Savithri. 17. Life long learning and continuing education with community participation AP example/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 18. Continuing education past present and future/R. Rajan. 19. Present status of continuing education programme/S. Alamelumangai. 20. UGC policies on university adult and continuing education (1977 2004) a critical review and future strategies/D. Janardhana Reddy. The continuing education plays an important role for upgradation of human resources and provides an opportunity for those who have missed the berth in formal education system. Realising the need and relevance of continuing education for enhancing the human resources various strategies have been envisaged for accessing of education to the needy. The present book has papers on relevance of continuing education in the era of globalization and for various target groups. The suggested strategies for continuing education role of higher education for promotion of life long learning continuing education research priorities and relevance of distance education for promotion of continuing education etc. The book will be very useful for educational administrators researchers and for training institutions to sharpen their programmes and to make them relevant to the needy. 162 pp. Seller Inventory # 66006

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M.C. Reddeppa Reddy,P. Adinarayana Reddy

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About this Item: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd., 2006. Hardcover. Condition: New. Recognizing the efficient performance of the NGOs in terms of involvement, administration services, the government has involved them in implementation all its welfare programmes. The universities are also involved in community development through their outreach activities. In view of the involvement of government, NGOs and universities in community development requires coordination among them so as to impart life Education and to improve the quality of social service activities and to avoid the duplication of efforts and wastage. The present volume is conceived to pool the Experiences and expertise of the universities and NGOs to analyse the present status, problems encountered and to formulate future strategies for better linkage between them. The book will provide a good Insight into the bondage between universities and NGOs and provide tips to the administrators for better co-ordination between them and Research areas for the academicians. Printed Pages: 242. Seller Inventory # 57357

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P Adinrayana Reddy and K Sudha Rani

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183561381 ISBN 13: 9788183561389

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. 1. Extension as third dimension of the university present status problems and future directions/N. Venkataiah. 2. Paradigm shift in extension and field outreach/N.V.R. Kapali. 3. Higher education for EFA fusion of intellectualism with a heart and a soul/A.S. Seetharamu. 4. Extension as third dimension of the university present status problems and future directions/S. Karuppaiyan. 5. Extension through universities a perspective/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 6. Life long education another dimension of the university/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 7. Role of universities in promoting sustainable development through non formal and extension education agenda for the twenty first century/S.C. Jhansi and Santosh Kumar Mishra. 8. Extension as third dimension of the universities present status problems and future directions/J.P. Dubey. 9. Extension education in Indian universities overviews/Bhalba Vibhute. 10. The university theme present status problems and future directions/N. Jayakumar Rao. 11. Universities and extension in the context of globalization/G. Lokanadha Reddy and K. Mythily. 12. University extension programmes problems and perspectives/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 13. Value education through extension activities/T. Kumaraswamy G. Hussain Reddy and K.G. Bharathi. 14. Extension as the third dimension of the universities present status problems and future directions/K. Rathnaiah R. Sampoornam and M.R. Gowramma. 15. Extension as the third dimension of the university present status and future directions/K. Sudha Rani and G. Hussain Reddy. 16. Extension as third dimension in the university system certain issues and possibilities/V. Reghu. 17. Extension as third dimension of the university present status problems and future directions/D. Uma Devi P. Adinarayana Reddy. 18. The third dimension of universities problems and prospects/D. Janardhana Reddy. 19. Revamping the field outreach and extension activities for the universities through students community a model/Naseem Akthar and K.K. Palani. 20. Extension as third dimension in the universities present status problems and future directions/P. Syama Thrimurthy. 21. Globalization and community problems emerging role of universities/H.M. Panchaksharaiah. 22. Extension programmes at Bharathidasan University present status problems and future directions/K.P. Parthasarathy and S. Durga. Index. Extension education has gained public support and it has envisaged as an instrument for social change. Hence the UGC has recognised the extension as third dimension of the university. In India university extensions have grown with the literacy programmes in the form of eradication of illiteracy and also attempted to understand adult illiterates for their educational needs their psychological processes learning potential reference point and readiness etc. But the changing scenario of the society and due to globalization urbanization and privatization the role of universities and extension activities need radical changes in their approaches. In light of the above a national seminar on Universities and Extension Services (Future Directions) was organized. The paper presented in the seminar have been compiled for the benefit of the academicians researchers administrators stakeholders etc. The book contains 26 papers on various aspects of the extension areas where the universities can organise activities leading to the dissemination of information and equipping the community with required potentialities. 208 pp. Seller Inventory # 61734

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Adinarayana Reddy and D Uma Devi

Published by Sonali, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184110898 ISBN 13: 9788184110890

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About this Item: Sonali, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Strategies and techniques of counselling and guidance 1. Strategies and techniques of students counselling and guidance/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 2. Role of NGOs for career guidance a case study/D. Chenna Reddy. 3. Strategies and recent trends in career guidance and counselling for students/K. Parthasarathy. 4. Online career and placement guidance in higher education/M.S. Talawar. Strategies for promotion of soft skills 5. Soft skills and emerging requirements/P. Syama Trimurthy. 6. Career guidance and counselling in promotion of soft skills/Y. Bhaskaracharyulu and M.V.S.S. Prakasa Rao. 7. Strategies to equip the students with necessary communication skills/K.G. Bharathi and V. Jagadeeswari. 8. The role of meta cognitive and self regulatory strategies on developing the life skills among the students/A. Jahitha Begum G. Lokanadha Reddy and M. Vakkil. Higher education institutions in students counselling and career guidance 9. Career guidance services in higher educational institutions/G. Sheela. 10. Developing implementing and assessing career counselling services in higher education/M. Rajendra Prasad and R. Srinivasan. 11. Career guidance in higher education/M.C. Obulesu. 12. Career guidance and counselling in colleges and universities/K. Sudha Rani and R. Sampoorna. 13. Integration of career guidance in graduation and post graduation curriculum/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 14. Career guidance and counselling in higher education/T. Rangasamy. 15. Role of universities/colleges in guidance and counselling for higher education and career/B. Shyam Mohan David Raju. Facets of counselling and guidance 16. Role of career information in guidance and counselling/K.V. Swamy and P. Adinarayana Reddy. 17. Establishment of student counselling centres/D. Janardhana Reddy. 18. Students counselling/T. Kumaraswamy and E. Bhuvaneswara Chowdary. 19. Role of adult and continuing education departments in students counselling and career guidance/P. Adinarayana Reddy D. Uma Devi and E. Mahadeva Reddy. 20. Career guidance for unemployed rural adults/S. Umaya Parvathi. 21. Results based guidance a systems approach to students support programme/M. Rajendra Prasad and S.S. Sundaram. 22. Path ways to personality development/N. Arunachalam. Recognizing the relationship between human resources and prosperity of the nation the Government of India has made several attempts to improve the quality of the human resources by launching several formal and non formal educational programmes to cover the target from all the social sectors. Inspite of these efforts the quality and quantity of human capital of the nation has not increase substantially. This is mainly due to the lack of forecasting of human capital required and training the man power according to the employment market. Hence there is a need to help the students who are in the formal stream of education to choose the right path based on their aptitude competencies inform of higher education career and self employment. Based on the above back droop the present book was drafted and consisted of 22 papers written by experts drawn from various field and presented in four sections. The book will be useful for the trainers of formal educational institutions planners administrators and placement officers to understand the needs of the nation and competence of the grooming human resources to place them in the right path and guide them to chose right carriers to contribute their mite for the development of the nation. 218 pp. Seller Inventory # 66208

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P Adinarayana Reddy and M C Reddeppa Reddy

Published by Discovery, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183561306 ISBN 13: 9788183561303

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About this Item: Discovery, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. List of contributors. I. Linkage between universities and NGOs present status and future directions 1. Linkage between universities and NGOs/K. Nachimuthu G. Vijaya Kumari. 2. Problems and prospects of university NGO partnership NGOs point of view/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy and D. Ramakrishna. 3. University and NGOs certain interventions/T. Kumaraswamy K.G. Bharathi and G. Eswaraiah. 4. Linkage between universities and non governmental organisations present status and future directions/N. Venkataiah. 5. Linkage between NGOs and universities status and future strategies/N. Jayakumar Rao. 6. Establishing future linkages between universities and NGOs/M. Subbarao. 7. University NGO linkage a new dimension to extension programmes/V. Reghu. 8. Changing role of NGOs in the development programmes/T.G. Ramaiah. 9. University and NGOs partnership/B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 10. Collaboration programmes through partnership/Bhalba Vibhute. 11. Linkage between the university and the corporate NGO/Renuka Narang. II. Human resources availability and requirements for NGOs the role of universities 12. Convert human resource into resourceful assets/C. Ramakanta Sharma. 13. Collaborative roles of university and NGOs for life education and better services/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 14. Products of universities vis a vis mission of NGOs/M. Ramaswamy. 15. Role of universities in building a strong NGOs through human resources an innovative experiment/K. Prabhakar K. Penchalaiah J.G. Thirupal and A. Paparao. III. Review and updating of the curriculum of PG and diploma courses 16. Review and updating of the curriculum/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 17. Review and updating the curriculum of post graduate and diploma courses from adult to lifelong learning/Rajesh and J.K. Dixit. IV. Integrated development role of NGOs and universities 18. Role of NGOs and universities in integrated development process/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 19. Integrated development role of universities and NGOs/K. Sudha Rani and G. Hussain Reddy. 20. Integrated approach of NGOs and universities towards community development a perspective/B.S. Vasudeva Rao Syam Atluri and G. Viswanandha Gupta. 21. A policy dialogue between universities NGOs and corporate sector for social development/S. Vijaya Kumar. 22. Community development role of universities and NGOs/A. Janitha Begum and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 23. Grassroot organisations and universities for rural development some viewpoints and concerns/R. Venkata Ravi and V. Narayana Reddy. V. Dissemination of development and welfare programmes and research findings 24. Project on AIDS control among colleges students/Kapali. 25. Development and welfare programmes role of universities and NGOs/K. Nachimuthu and G. Lokanadha Reddy. 26. Bridging the gap between theory and practice through participation/S. Sumathi. 27. Dissemination of development measures role of universities and NGOs/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. Index. Recognizing the efficient performance of the NGOs in terms of involvement administration services the government has involved them in implementation all its welfare programmes. The universities are also involved in community development through their outreach activities. In view of the involvement of government NGOs and universities in community development requires coordination among them so as to impart life education and to improve the quality of social service activities and to avoid the duplication of efforts and wastage. The present volume is conceived to pool the experiences and expertise of the universities and NGOs to analyse the present status problems encountered and to formulate future strategies for better linkage between them. The book will provide a good insight into the bondage between universities and NGOs and provide tips to the administrators for better co ordination between them and research areas for the academicians. 234 pp. Seller Inventory # 61764

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M C Reddeppa Reddy and P Adinarayana Reddy

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290551 ISBN 13: 9788184290554

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. List of contributors. I. Education and Women Empowerment 1. Sustainable education and women empowerment/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 2. Inter linking the sustainable education with the women empowerment/Padma. 3. Literacy for women empowerment and sustainable development/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 4. Education as a key for women development a review/K. Santha Kumari. II. Approaches for women empowerment 5. Women's empowerment needs a radical approach/T. Kumaraswamy K.G. Bharathi and E. Bhuvaneswara Chowdary. 6. Strategies for sustainable education and women's empowerment/R. Yasoda. 7. New initiatives for promoting girls education/M.T.V. Nagaraju. 8. Strategies for empowerment of farm women/A. Sailaja. 9. Household drudgery educating women on household technologies/R.B. Sathyavathi and R. Madhavi. 10. Factors influencing sustainable education and women empowerment/K. Nachimuthu and G. Vijayakumari. 11. Facets of women empowerment/T.S. Sastry and N.R. Subrahmanyam. III. Organisations and women empowerment 12. Women empowerment and distance education/S. Thavamani. 13. Education for women role of directorate of distance education/S.V. Subba Reddy and G. Manjula. 14. Role of continuing education centres in sustainable education with special reference to deprived communities/E.R. Subrahmanyam. 15. Role of correspondence courses in sustainable higher education in India/D. Pulla Rao. 16. Community empowerment role of rural reconstruction and development society/V. Gangi Reddy. 17. Role of women in sustaining women's empowerment/V. Satyaseelan. 18. Empowerment of women in political participation/B.S. Vasudeva Rao K. Baby Sarojani and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 19. Education for the promotion of gender equality/K. Sudha Rani R. Smpoorna and K.G. Bharathi. Women constitutes half of the total population in the world and they perform an estimated 60 per cent of the world's work but own only one percent of the world's land and earn just 10 percent of the world's income. Further they are denied with the right to education intellectual obscurantism in the patriarchal society. Even though they are contributing for the national development their work is unrecognized and uncounted. As a result of this they lagged behind in all spheres of life and suffering from chronic malnutrition hygiene in the home and ignorance heightens their conditions. Recognizing their potentialities and to convert them as active human resources the Government of India has formulated and implemented education and welfare programmes. Inspite of these efforts their position has not altered significantly. An attempt has been made in this volume to document the various strategies adapted for women sustainable education and their empowerment. There are 19 papers in this volume arranged in three sections viz. Education and women empowerment Approaches for women empowerment and organizations and women empowerment. This book has been designed to meet the requirements of students general readers policy makers and administrators. 208 pp. Seller Inventory # 65573

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P Adinarayana Reddy

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290543 ISBN 13: 9788184290547

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Prof. D. Janardhana Reddy. List of the authors. I. Literacy and socio economic development 1. Literacy and socio economic Development/G.V.R.R. Prasad. 2. Impact of literacy on socio economic development/Baluchamy and C. Senthil Kumar. 3. Digital literacy in the socio economic development in India/N. Vijaya. 4. Basic education for socio economic development a study of Mahaboobnagar District/B.V. Raghavendra M.N. Swarna and B.S. Rao. 5. Impact of education on social development/K. Narasimhulu and G. Thulasi Ram. 6. Patterns of literacy and educational levels in the North Eastern Region of India/U.A. Shimray. 7. Promote literacy with human face/C. Ramakantha Sarma. II. Literacy and rural development 8. Literacy and rural development present status and further directions/P. Adinarayana Reddy D. Uma Devi and M. Mahadeva Reddy. 9. Literacy and rural development/V. Jagadeswari. 10. Literacy key indicator for sustainable development/M.V.S.S. Prakasa Rao and Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 11. Literacy for rural development/P.P. Satyanarayana Rao. 12. Rural Development Programmes/T. Kumaraswamy and E.B. Chowdary. 13. Disparities in educational deprivation of children/M. Sundara Rao. 14. Women empowerment and poverty alleviation micro finance a way to rural development/K. Govindappa. III. Higher education and development 15. Higher education for rural human resource development/J. Livingston Philip and K. Parthasarathi. 16. Role of higher education institutions in the development of rural human resources/A. Selvaraj Gnanaguru. 17. Role of higher educational institutions in promotion of rural human resources/N. Amareeswaran and C. Manchala. 18. The role of Indian Universities in promoting rural development a case study of Jharkhand/Asha Singh and K.P. Singh. 19. Higher education institutions in dissemination of knowledge/Sugon Bhatia. 20. University community partnership for enhancing youth employability/Sween. IV. Globalization and human resource development 21. Globalization and the role of department of adult and continuing education and extension/Renuka H. Narang. 22. Scientific literacy for development and industrialization/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 23. Global development on employment potential of tourism industry/M. Rajkumar and M. Rajadurai. 24. Enhancing employment of youth through University extension in the age of globalization/J.P. Dubey. 25. Media for sustainable human resources development/J.P. Dubey. 26. Education in the knowledge age/D. Chenna Reddy. Globalisation has paved a way for sharing the dividends of natural resources by the competent people without any discrimination. In this process the people with required competencies are surging ahead leaving behind the general population. Recognizing the potentialities of the masses the Government has taken up a number of programmes to enhance their productive skills among them. The universities are also participating in the race to equip the people with required information knowledge through its extension dimension. The Department of Adult and Continuing Education of S.V. University is in fore front in these activities. The present volume is an output of a National Seminar organized on literacy rural development and industrialization. The papers included in this volume tries to explain conform or establish the role of literacy in multifaceted development of the individual and the Nation as whole. The book will be useful for the researcher policy makers programme planners and field factionary to understand the consequences of the literacy in the present day context of globalization. 300 pp. Seller Inventory # 65571

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B S Vasudeva Rao and P Viswanadha Gupta

Published by The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt. (2008)

ISBN 10: 8184290748 ISBN 13: 9788184290745

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, Ambala Cantt., 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Low female literacy factors and strategies/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 2. Continuing education programme an approach to rural enlightment/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 3. Continuing education programme problems and perspectives/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 4. Functioning of continuing education committees a case study/P. Viswanadha Gupta. 5. Perceptions of the committee members towards functioning of continuing education centres/P. Viswanadha Gupta P. Adinarayana Reddy and B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 6. Functioning of continuing education centres in Chittoor District/P. Viswanadha Gupta and D. Janardhana Reddy. 7. Developing life skills among Preraks/T. Kumaraswamy. 8. Akshara Bharathi Programme Volunteers perceptions/B.S. Vasudeva Rao P. Viswanadha Gupta and G. Srinivasa Rao. 9. Literacy campaign for women a field understanding/B.S. Vasudeva Rao M.V.S.S. Prakasa Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 10. Empowerment of women in political participation/B.S. Vasudeva Rao K. Baby Sarojini and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 11. Knowledge and practices of the rural women towards adoption of family planning methods in relation to their education/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 12. Impact of Self Help Groups on women self empowerment/B.S. Vasudeva Rao K. Baby Sarojini and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 13. Impact of the literacy on reproductive health status of rural women/B.S. Vasudeva Rao G.V. Sagar Reddy and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 14. Physically challenged problems and empowering strategies/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 15. Welfare education training and employment promotion for disabilities/B.S. Vasudeva Rao P. Viswanadha Gupta and G. Srinivasa Rao. 16. Extension through universities a perspective/B.S. Vasudeva Rao P. Viswanadha Gupta. 17. Approaches and strategies for community service by the universities/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy and G. Hussain Reddy. 18. Role of Institutions of Higher Education in Community Development/D. Janardhana Reddy. 19. Role of extension education in community building/R. Srilakshmi. 20. Integrated approach of Non Governmental Organization university towards community development a perspective/B.S. Vasudeva Rao Syam Atluri and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 21. The role of teacher training institutions in the community development/K. Janaki. 22. The role of a teacher in community development a pragmatic stand point/K.R. Rajani. 23. Community development role of universities/D. Uma Devi and P. Adinarayana Reddy. 24. Political awareness among urban masses/B.S. Vasudeva Rao P.Ch. Lakshimi Narayana and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 25. Mass Media access exposure and preferences of the tribes towards adult education in Visakhapatnam tribal region/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 26. Integration of population and sex education in adult and continuing education curriculum/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 27. Integration of career guidance in graduation and post graduation curriculum/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. 28. Research in alternative systems of education/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. The government of India recognizes the importance of literacy. After the formation of popular governments since independence a number of literacy programmes were launched with an interest eradicate illiteracy and bring the people in to the mainstream of developing society. But these efforts have not yield expected results because the planners over looked the past experience of the on going programmes. The volume consists of 28 papers and is a documentation of perspectives reviews strategies research findings and experience related to literacy development. The papers are contributed by the academicians social scientists and field experts. The book will be useful to government departments field functionaries scholars and implementing agencies of literacy campaigns. 320 pp. Seller Inventory # 68198

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Edited by P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi

Published by Sarup & Sons (2006)

ISBN 10: 8176256196 ISBN 13: 9788176256193

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About this Item: Sarup & Sons, 2006. Hardcover. Condition: As New. Contents: Preface. Contributors. I. Strategies for total literacy: 1. Education for all/K. Parthasarathy. 2. Essential pre-conditions for successful working of adult education programme/Bhalba Vibhute. 3. Adult literacy: what chance of success?/Ranjit Singh. 4. Urban adult education/S.C. Jhansi and Santosh Kumar Mishra. 5. Strategies for attaining total literacy/Shyam Atluri & Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 6. Future strategy for eradication of illiteracy and poverty/N. Venkateswarulu. 7. Strategies for retention of literacy/Madan Singh. 8. Strategies for learning centred education: moving from Pedagogy to Heutagogy/M. Rajendra Prasad and S. Sundaram. 9. Literacy teaching in multi-lingual and multi-cultural context/R. Rajan. II. Experiences of total literacy campaigns: 10. People's participation in total literacy campaign: the experiences of Shanti Ashram, Coimbatore/Kalpana Raja. 11. Involvement of university students and teachers in the total literacy campaign--our experience/S. Umayaparvathi. 12. Role of youth in the Shillong city literacy drive (some learning points from the campaign)/Biloris Lyndem Laso. 13. Akshara Sankranthi programme in Chitoor district/T. Kumaraswamy, G. Stanley Jay Kumar & V. Robert Devadoss. III. Uses of literacy: 14. Literacy and peoples participation/Shyam Atluri, B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 15. Adult education--a vehicle for development/P.P. Satyanarayan Rao. 16. Total literacy campaigns and women empowerment/P. Adinarayana Reddy and D. Uma Devi. 17. Role of adult education in promotion of human rights/P.P. Satyanarayana Rao. 18. Literacy and the other development indicators: the key factors for sustainable development/P. Ch. Lakshmi Narayana and M. V.S.S. Prakasa Rao. IV. Mass media and teaching learning materials: 19. Mass media in adult education/P. Vasantha Kumari and K. Sudha Rani. 20. Mass Media in adult education/M.C. Obulesu and G. Umapathi. 21. Role of mass media in adult education: some perspectives & problems/M. Sowjanya. 22. Role of mass media in adult education: a case study of community listening and community viewing scheme of Tamil Nadu/Ananthasayanam and R. Vidya. 23. Adult literacy: the role of libraries/B.S. Vasudeva Rao. 24. Developing modules for adult learners: a peep into the procedure/Rita Chopra. 25. Teaching/learning materials for adult learners/Neo-literates/K. Sudha Rani and P. Vasantha Kumari. V. Administration of adult education programmes: 26. Adult education: the administrative imperatives/E.A. Narayana. 27. Trends in adult education administration and resource structure/M.V. Lakshmi Reddy. 28. Professionalisation of Indian adult education/S.Y. Shah. VI. Continuing education programme: 29. Continuing education: need of a wider perspective/J.P. Dubey. 30. Continuing education institutions in professional development/M.C. Reddeppa Reddy. 31. Equivalency programme--a boon to many/K. Sivadasan Pillai. 32. Open schools--a study/D. Janardhan Reddy and G. Hussain Reddy. 33. Functioning of continuing education committees a case study/P. Viswanadha Gupta. VII. Monitoring, evaluation and research: 34. Monitoring and information system in adult education a case study of Tamil Nadu/L. Raja. 35. Evaluation of literacy programme: need for experiments/J.P. Dubey. 36. Research in adult continuing education: critical assessment of the past and the strategies for the twenty first century/Rajesh. 37. Research in adult & continuing education: problems and possibilities/V. Reghu. 38. Adult education research: trends and gaps/G. Goyal and L. Gupta. VIII. Growth of literacy: 39. Progress of women's education/D. Pulla Rao. 40. Total literacy in Tamil Nadu challenges and strategies/L. Raja. "Recognising the role of literacy in alround development of the individual and nation as a whole, the government of India has formulated and launched a number of schemes for the promotion of literacy among the masses. The literacy programmes are continuously improved in terms of its quality based on the past experiences. Seller Inventory # 60753

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D Venkateswarlu; M Hanumantha Rao and S Bhaskar

Published by Serials Pub, New Delhi (2006)

ISBN 10: 8183870376 ISBN 13: 9788183870375

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface and acknowledgements. Introduction/D. Venkateswarlu M. Hanumantha Rao and S. Bhaskar. Globalization and technology and the state reconfiguring of urban space in India (Key note address)/E. Hari Babu. I. Urban process 1. Migrants and their characteristics a study in Tirupati (Andhra Pradesh)/D. Venkateswarlu and G. Choodamani. 2. Revitalizing local democratic governance a study of urban administration in Tirupati/M.A. Hussain. II. Gender problems in urban society 3. Urbanization policy an evaluation from a gender perspective/D.B. Krishna Kumari. 4. Women and housing impact of urbanization constraints and suggestions/G. Sandhya Rani and B. Suguna. 5. Women workers in Davanagere Textile Mills some critical challenges to development/H.S. Krupalini. 6. Urban women councillors and decision making process a study of women members of urban local bodies Bellary District/Ch. Uma Mohan and H.B. Jalajakshi. 7. Place of birth why urban women still prefer home deliveries/M.S.R. Murthy. 8. Urbanization and health status of educated urban working women/Radha Murugesan and V. Jaisee Geetha. 9. Traffic congestion and women's problems a case study of Tirupati Town/D. Padmavathi. 10. Gender violence Indian scenario/P. Vasantha Kumari and K. Sudha Rani. 11. Urbanization gender based violence in Andhra Pradesh/B. Ratna Kumari. 12. Domestic violence a silent crime against women and the role of family counselling centres/B. Suguna and G. Sandhya Rani. III. Urban problems in India (a) General problems 13. Urban problems in Pune and Hyderabad solution and strategies for action to eradicate them/A. Ramanamma Jitendra Kumar Gond and Debjani Pal Chowdhuri. 14. Urban environmental pollution/R. Shankar and M. Thamilarasan. 15. Environmental pollution threat to life/I. Sobha and M.S.N. Reddy. 16. Urban transport and environmental pollution in India reasons and mitigation strategies/N. Ramulu T. Vijaya Kumar and D. Sammaiah. 17. Traffic problems in cities a study of Hyderabad City/M.V. Lakshmi Devi. 18. Health awareness in urban conglomerates a blue print for strategies/Y. Bhaskaracharyulu. 19. Health problems in the backward region of Telangana a study/T. Ramesh. (b) Slums 20. A study of women's position in the slums of Tirupati/K. Surekha Rao and G. Narmada. 21. Primary schooling among the urban poor perspectives from a study of a slum in Metropolitan Delhi/S. Sreenivasa Rao. 22. Role of literacy in creating awareness among slum dwellers/D. Uma Devi and P. Adinarayana Reddy. 23. Slum related problems and programmes in India/I. Subramanyam and B.V. Muralidhar. 24. Resettlement and rehabilitation of slum dwellers in Chennai City suggested strategies and approaches/A. Karuppaiah and K.N. Vijayanthi. 25. Health in slums a case study of Indira Nagar slum in Tirupati Town/K. Sreenivasa Rao and A. Srinivasu. (c) Urban Anomie 26. A profile of crime and violence in Indian mega cities/K. Radhakrishna Murthy and D. Raja Kumar. 27. Suicides in Rayalaseema a sociological analysis/Amarnath R. Das and R.V.K. Naidu. 28. Human rights violation among sex workers in Tirupati a case study analysis/K. Sreenivasa Rao and K. Subramanyam. 29. Family disorganization and dissolution (some case studies from Tirupati Andhra Pradesh)/K. Rani. (d) Street Children and child workers 30. Street children easy to get out but hard to get in/G. Stanley Jayakumar V. Reddeppa Naidu S. Bhaskar and G. Janakiram. 31. Street children their attitudes and habits/Y. Antony Raj. 32. Street children a struggle for survival/I.V. Lalitha Kumari. 33. Child workers in urban centres a study/A.V. Narasimha Raju. IV. Urban development 34. Lagging in urban development a historical perspective of Thanjavur an ancient town in Tamil Nadu/R. Elango and S. Ramachandran. 35. Community best practices in rain water harvesting for drinking water a field inquiry in Aizwal city of Mizoram/P. Sivaram. 36. Prison work programmes and rehabilitation plans and programmes of convicts a contradiction/Madhu Sudan. Seller Inventory # 60643

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B S Vasudeva Rao and G Rajani Kanth

Published by The Associated Pub, New Delhi (2007)

ISBN 10: 8184290519 ISBN 13: 9788184290516

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About this Item: The Associated Pub, New Delhi, 2007. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Preface. I. Empowerment of women and other weaker sections 1. Impact of self help groups on women self empowerment/B.S. Vasudeva Rao P. Viswanadha Gupta K. Baby Sarojini. 2. Empowerment of rural women issues and concerns/M. Venkataraman D. Sunder Raj. 3. Women empowerment the key for rural development/Himanshu Sekhar Rout. 4. Women empowerment and poverty alleviation to micro finance is away to rural development a study of SHGs in Anantapur District/K. Govindappa. 5. Women empowerment and role of self help groups in rural development A study in Mangamari Peta village of Visakhapatnam District Andhra Pradesh/V. Subramanyam. 6. Women's empowerment needs a radical approach/T. Kumara Swamy and K.G. Bharathi. 7. Empowerment of women A study of DWCRA programme in Guntur District/K. Somasekhar. 8. Gender issues in rural development/B. Ratna Kumari and A. Rajani. 9. Child labour a challenge to the nation/D. Chenna Reddy. 10. Segmented labour market for children Is it a demand side creation A case study of slate industry in Markapur/K. Suman Chandra and Y. Gangi Reddy. 11. Strengthening social development among tribal in Andhra Pradesh focus on capacity building of Angan Wadi workers/Neela Rani R. II. Empowering community and role of education 12. Role of community towards school development/M.S.R. Sarama. 13. Elementary education in rural Jharkhand some emerging issues/T. Vijayakumar Gyanmudra. 14. Rural development through continuing education programmes/P. Adinarayana Reddy D. Uma Devi and Mahadeva Reddy. 15. Adult education A strategy for sustainable rural development/G.V. Sagar Reddy. 16. Rural development and strategies to promote life long learning/K. Devan. 17. Rural development Role of education and sports/V. Krishan Murthy and R.V.L.N. Ratnakara Rao. 18. Continuing education programme an approach to rural enlightment/B.S. Vasudeva Rao and P. Viswanadha Gupta. III. Successful practices in rural development 19. SHGs in rural development evidence from rural Orissa/Prasant Kumar Panda. 20. Impact of DWACRA scheme on alleviation of poverty of rural women a case study of Srikakulam District/Chandraiah Mirayala and Suryanarayana Neduri. 21. Different strategies and women's role in rural development/J. Anu Radha. 22. Women benefits in rural development programmes the experiences in West Bengal/Dilip Kumar Ghosh. 23. Awareness and participation of women in a Rural Development Programme a case study in Srikakulam District/Chandraiah Miriyala and N. Vijaya Kumar Moparthy. 24. Swashakti Project a study in Karnataka/A.V. Yadappanavar. 25. Successful project management for rural development/M.C. Obulesu G. Stanley Jaya Kumar and V. Reddeppa Naidu. 26. Involvement of tribal women in a rural development programme A case study/M. Chandraiah and M.P.N. Vijaya Kumar. Though India is the largest democracy in the world yet it is unfortunate find unequal access to development among different social and economic groups whether it is scheduled castes Tribes or women and so on. Efforts were on for quite sometime to provide needful opportunities to weaker sections to access development avenues yet the results were not quite encouraging. However it is heartening to observe that the recent past has been witnessing a sea change in terms of efforts to empower weaker sections especially in terms of targeting appropriate communities and the strategies adopted. Several of the initiatives promoted especially for women has indeed been noteworthy. Similar is the case with emphasis on education while empowering weaker sections. Given the India's status as the second most populous country in the world and the quantum of weaker sections to be covered in this regard there has always been scope and room to future refine the approach to develop weaker sections by studying the practices adopted and programmes undertaken. The above in background an attempt has been made through the collection of works as presented in the book to elucidate on importan. Seller Inventory # 65532

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