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Prof. Dr. Jenero Rosemary Shepherd, 
International Commissioner formally 
inducted Prof. Dr.. Alberto Gómez 
Fuertes as New Member of Academic
Council of CCLP Worldwide and 
presented him with Letter of Credence.


 

 
 
UNESCO HAS DESIGNATED 17TH 
OCTOBER 2013 AS INTERNATIONAL 
DAY FOR THE ERADICATION OF 
POVERTY THROUGH EDUCATION
 AND CCLPW PROCLAIMS THIS DAY 
TO SUPPORT THE CAUSE. 
THE PRINCIPAL CAMPAIGN 
"EDUCATION CHARTER
INTERNATIONAL” ADVOCATES  
THE NECESSITY OF EDUCATION FOR 
ERADICATING POVERTY WORLDWIDE 
SINCE THE YEAR 2000
03 Mar 2014
CCLP Worldwide officially admitted as member of United Nations Academic Impact under Schools of Higher Learning and Research as published in the newsletter of UNAI for October 2013
CCLP Worldwide officially admitted 
as member of United Nations 
Academic Impact under Schools of
Higher Learning and Research as 
published in the newsletter of UNAI 
for October 2013

CCLP Worldwide has been formally 

admitted as Institutional Member of

UNESCO NEQMAP vide confirmation

made vide letter dated 4th February 

2014.

DR. VIJAI KUMAR GUPTA NAMED WINNER OF GLOBAL EDUCATION AWARD 2013
The Award Jury Composed of eminent 
Persons presided by Consul General 
Prof Dr Lamartine Hollanda Junior 
(Brazil) as Chairman, Dr Vikrant Singh
 (India), Dr Elvis C Enyioko (Nigeria) and
 Prof Dr. Rosemary Sheperd (Spain) as 
Members of the Jury have named the 
nomination of Dr. Vijay Kr. Gupta as 
Winner of coveted Global Education 
Award 2013 in individual Category vide
resolution no 001/13-14 dated 4th Feb 
2014.
The Jury has decided not to name any
 nomination for Organizational category.

 

Dr. Vijai Gupta is the sixth person to have 

won Global Education Award since its 

inception in the year 2009. previous Five 

Winners are Namely Dr. Ion Corcuera LLorente

 (2011 individual category-Spain),

Ms Diana J. Muir(2010 individual category-USA), 

Safe Passage/Camino Seguro (2010 organizational 

category-USA), Ms Kim Feinberg 

(2009 individual category-South Africa) and

 Dr N C Bhat (2009 individual category-India).

Dr. Gupta is currently working as Co-lead Inventor 

of Enterprises of Ireland (EI) project at Molecular 

Glycobiotechnology, Department of Biochemistry, 

National University of Ireland Galway, Galway city, 

Ireland. Before joining NUIG he worked as Assistant 

Professor of Biotechnology, FASC, MITS University, 

Lakshmangarh (Sikar), Rajasthan, India. His area of 

expertise includes "Mycological Research, Plant-

Microbial Interactions, Bio-fuels & Bioenergy Research 

and Microbial Biotechnology.

CCLP WORLDWIDE OBSERVES WORLD DAY AGAINST CHILD LABOUR
On 12th June 2014 The Executive Secretariat of CCLP Worldwide organized program with the children of underprivileged and poor family of the City to observe World Day Against Child Labour. The Children along with their parents attended the program and short video on the position of Child Labour and its effect on society was shown to the participants and children were provided with educational stationery & food and were encouraged to keep on their studies without compromising on any issues. During the program Our Chairman Mr. Vikrant Singh along with members of the Council were present to encourage the children.
International Day Of Peace 2013
International Day Of Peace celebrated on 21st September 2011 at Kolkata, Secretariat OfficeThe Executive Secretariat of CCLP Worldwide organized Education for Peace rally on 21st September 2013 to celebrate International Day of Peace. Thousand of students, youth and CCLP Worldwide members and volunteers participated in the rally.
CCLP WORLDWIDE ADMITTED AS OBSERVER IN 5TH COSP
CCLP Worldwide has been invited as Observer to fifth session of the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, which will be held at the Atlapa Convention Center, Panama City, Panama, from 25 to 29 November 2013.
CCLP WORLDWIDE REITERATES ITS PROCLAMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL DAY OF PEACE
The International Secretariat is going to celebrate international peace day to encourage Education for peace
CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT SIGNED BETWEEN MUNICIPALITY OF FUSHE KOSOVE AND CCLP WORLDWIDE
on 8th July 2013 a mou was signed between Municipality of Fushe and CCLP Worldwide to promote the objective of UNESCO in the region of Fushe, Kosovo.It was agreed to form the Kosovo Unesco Club for achieving the objectives as enshrined in UNESCO in the area of education.
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CCLP WORLDWIDE ATTENDED TO THE OPENING DAY OF THE 23RD SESSION OF THE COUNCIL OF HUMAN RIGHTS OF THE UNITED NATIONS.
CCLP Worldwide attended to the opening day of the 23rd session of the Council of Human Rights of the United Nations. 

NAVI PILLAY, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that she hoped that the Council would be able to take tangible action to stop the escalation of violence in Syria, which had become an intolerable affront to the human conscience. Ms. Pillay also expressed concern about ongoing violence in other regions of the world. In addition, the global financial crisis, which had not been borne by those who were primarily responsible for it, had increased inequalities and undermined the fabric of society.Regarding the work of non-governmental organizations, Ms. Pillay said that it was depressing to observe policy debates and legislative measures which severely undermined non-governmental organizations in many countries around the world. Civil society remained vital to advancing the human rights agenda both at the national level and internationally.

In this framework, The Delegation headed by Bertrand Thibert was representing CCLP Worldwide as accredited NGO, with Special Consultative Status to UN ECOSOC. The opening debate was the opportunity to several NGO to provide their own statements and points of view, about the general situation of Human Rights in the world, the particular situation in Syria or the specific topics of the afternoons : access to health and rights of the migrants.

Due to extra discussions on the Syria conflict, the CCLP Worldwide delegates were not in a situation to declaim their statement, which finally was delivered as a written statement to all present delegations.


CCLP WORLDWIDE PARTICIPATION IN UN REGIONAL IMPLEMENTATION MEETING 2103
he United Nations ESCAP has recently organized Regional Implementation meeting to discuss the outcome of RIO+20 at United Nations Conference Center, Bangkok.
Dr Vinod Singh, Principal Representative of CCLP To UN has joined this meeting as Designated Facilitator of UNESCAP for Major Group -NGO.
The Above meeting witnessed the presence of 60 + Governments, various UN organs, intergovernmental Organizations and Major Groups.
The debates and discussions lasted for three days (22nd to 24th April 2013) to adopt the report based on the statements and interventions of Major Groups and Governments.
The Joint statement of Major Group was presented by Dr Vinod Singh on 23rd April and the emphasis for sustainable development was recommended to UNESCAP for further action.
Dr Vinod Singh delivering statement at UNESCAP Meeting
ELEVENTH EDITION OF
DR VINOD SINGH PRESENTING THE FIRST COPY OF THE MAGAZINE TO H.E. MR. SHUN ICHI MURATA, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNITED NATIONS ESCAP

DR VINOD SINGH PRESENTING THE FIRST COPY OF THE MAGAZINE TO H.E. MR. SHUN ICHI MURATA, DEPUTY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, UNITED NATIONS ESCAP
CCLP WORLDWIDE INVITED AS OBSERVER IN 69TH SESSION OF UNESCAP LEGISLATIVE SESSION

The Letter of Invitation sent by Under-Secretary General of United Nations to CCLP Worldwide as Observer in 69th legislative session of UNESCAP


The Letter of Invitation sent by Under-Secretary General of United Nations to CCLP Worldwide as Observer in 69th legislative session of UNESCAP

JOINT INITIATIVE OF CCLP WORLDWIDE AND HUMANITY WITHOUT FRONTIERS IN EDUCATION
Hon. Prof. Dr. Paul R.W. Ratnayake led CCLP Worldwide as International Co-Chairman and Humanity Without Frontiers as Executive President for the international campaign and advocacy of Education for All by 2015

Hon. Prof. Dr. Paul R.W. Ratnayake led CCLP Worldwide as International Co-Chairman and Humanity Without Frontiers as Executive President for the international campaign and advocacy of Education for All by 2015
CCLP WORLDWIDE HOSTED UN GLOBAL COMPACT INDIA CO-ORDINATION COMMITTEE MEETING

CCLPW Secretariat hosted UN Global Compact Meeting at Punjab Club where Dr Vikrant Singh, Chairman CCLP Worldwide represented CCLP Team


CCLPW Secretariat hosted UN Global Compact Meeting at Punjab Club where Dr Vikrant Singh, Chairman CCLP Worldwide represented CCLP Team

THE TENTH ISSUE OF THE MAGAZINE
Cover Page of International Magazine

Cover Page of International Magazine "The Education Charter” Volume III Issue IV available at nearest book stores in various parts of India.
CCLP WORLDWIDE SUPPORTS UNODC INITIATIVE AGAINST CORRUPTION

UN PARTNERS ACKNOWLEDGE SUPPORT OF CIVIL SOCIETIES FOR THE SUCCESS OF RIO+20
United Nations partners (UNESCO, UNEP,Global Compact, PRME and UN University) supporting the Higher Education Sustainability Initiative (HESI), have acknowledged and thank our institution’s commitment to sustainable development. CCLP Worldwide’s commitment to HESI contributed to the success of Rio+20 – the UN Conference on Sustainable Development which took place 20-22 June in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

General Warning
CCLP Worldwide is an International Organization having special Consultative status with United Nations Economic and Social Council (2012).As per the bye laws and charter of the organization The International council is the only supreme body of CCLP Worldwide which can take decisions of the affairs of CCLP Worldwide.
The International Council represented by members from all continents is headed and chaired by International Chairman.
The International Chairman as per charter is the head of the organization. The office of International Chairmanship is co-chaired by three Co-Chairpersons duly elected from International Council.
Consul General Prof. Dr. Lamartine Hollanda Junior from Brazil is first International Co-Chairman of the organization.
Prof. Dr. Paul Ratnayake from Switzerland is second International Co-Chairman of the organization.
Dr. Vikrant Singh from India is third International Co-Chairman of the Organization and also statutory trustee of the Trust.

There is no post like "president” Chief Executive” or "Head of the Council” etc in CCLP Worlddwide and any representation as president or any other post which denotes head of the organization is bogus, false and misrepresented with malafide intention.
General public ,members and supporters are cautioned to take note of this and immediately inform the international secretariat if they find someone purportedly representing our organization as head of the Council or CCLP Worldwide
The International Council graciously welcomes Noted Diplomat and Educator H.E. Mr. G. Irving Levance as Chief Observer of CCLP Worldwide at United N

His Excellency G. Irving Levance,  Chief Observer, International Council, CCLP Worldwide at United Nations, Geneva.

After Secondary School he served in the Army from 1984 to 1991, specializing in  reconnaissance and counter terrorism. He became self employed on return to civilian
life and applied his military methodologies to business.He has well developed leadership and interpersonal skills and an ability to select appropriate talent and extract the best from it through delegation.  His business prowess saw him build up and sell on several worldwide businesses, ranging from property development, tourism, e-commerce ventures, service industry  and digital communications. This allowed him to effectively retire in 2010 at the age  of 43. He was head-hunted for the job of Secretary General of the Intergovernmental  Organization EDU because of his leadership skills and business contacts in the South  Pacific. He applies the same rigorous standards to that organization as he did in the military and in business.

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Research Papers

The List of Research Thesis, papers and compendium authored by various Scholars and Writers published in the leading International Magazine "The Education Charter" - Publisher CCLP Worldwide - Total 13 Issues (October 2010 Volume I Issue I to October 2013 Volume IV Issue III) and Publications Department of CCLP Worldwide.

CCLP Worldwide Publication Department

I. bookpage
New Dimensions and role: Higher Education for Sustainable Livelihood- Research Thesis authored by Dr Vinod Singh; Date of Publication: July 2008

II. newbook-photo

A new Approach to Education Charter authored by Dr Elvis C Enyioko and Dr Vinod Singh; Date of Publication July 2009

III. bookassam
Managing Higher Education For Sustainability and Livelihood: Multi-Dimensional Approach.
This Book is a collection of Research papers and Critical Analysis on Education and sustainability.(Editor Dr Arup Barman and Chief Editorial Advisor Dr Vinod Singh)


The Research Papers published in The Education Charter

1. Concept of Equal opportunities in Higher Education by Dr Elvis C Enyioko (Volume I Issue I, October 2010)

2. Young People, Education and Sustainable Development by Shankarraj Roy and Sagarjit Roy (Volume I Issue II January 2011)

3. Modern Era: A study of Living with Science by Partha Sarkar and Abhijit Biswas (Volume I Issue II January 2011)

4. Effect of Literacy (Secondary Education) on "Well Balanced Society” – a Sustainable Society Index: A study within SAARC Countries by Arindam Mukherjee.(Volume I Issue II January 2011)

5. Higher Education for Changing World by Vinod Singh (Volume I Issue II January 2011)

6. Re-validating Global competency for the Course of Professional Students by Miss Juthika Konwar and Dr Arup Barman (Volume II Issue I April 2011)

7. Nourishing Global Competency in the Age of Global Consciousness by Miss Juthika Konwar and Dr Arup Barman (Volume II Issue I April 2011)

8.World Declaration on Higher Education for 21st Century By Dr. Vinod Singh (Volume II Issue II July 2011)

9. Education and Technology by Nikita Sinha (Volume II Issue III, October 2011)

10. Educational Language Policies in Multilingual Countries: Case study of Kazakhstan By Olga Mun (Volume II Issue III, October 2011)

11. Closing the Gap: Urban Rural Disparities in Access to Higher Education in Indonesia By Nadya Yolanda Aruhanindra (Volume II Issue III, October 2011)

12. New Approach of Education Charter towards Sustainable Livelihood by Holly Koontz and Linda Wyatt (Volume II Issue IV, January 2012)

13. Climate Change and Environmental Education by Sima Jarrah (Volume III Issue I April 2012)

14. Expanding Secondary Education in India : RMSA by Fabio Manno (Volume III Issue I April 2012)

15. Education in violence Environment: Community as School By Zasha Millan Malpica (Volume III Issue I April 2012)

16. Macro Perspective of Higher Education in North America BY Andrei Bucur (Volume III Issue III Oct 2012)

17. From Literacy to Learning: Challenges in Indian Elementary Education By Ketan Verma (Volume III Issue III Oct 2012)

18. Overcoming Challenges Facing Learners with Specific Learning Difficulties in Kenya By Kennedy Kimani (Volume III Issue IV Jan 2013)

19. The World Declaration on Higher Education for 21st Century: An analysis by Geniesa Tay (Volume III Issue IV Jan 2013)

20. Benefits of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) to the Special Education (SPED) Sector in Singapore By Derek Zheng (Volume III Issue IV Jan 2013)

21. Argument for Tenure in Higher Education : The American Case by Prof. Dr. Majed S Al-Lehaibi (Volume IV Issue I April 2013)

22. Critical research for Education Sustainability and Livelihood By Lukonga Luwabelwa (Volume IV Issue I April 2013)

23. The Imperativeness of Accelerated Reader in Schools By Airhunmwunde Matthew (Volume IV Issue III October 2013)

24. Review of the Impact of ICT in School Curriculum By Airhunmwunde Matthew (Volume IV Issue III October 2013)

25. Impact of Globalization in the Capacity Building for Sustainable Development of Higher Education in India By Jitendra Kr Tiwari, Ranjit Singh & Manoj Kr Deka, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

26. Developing Meghalaya through Education- Need for more Professional and Conducive System By Thomas Lim, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

27. Socio-Economic Perspective of Disaster Risk Reduction and Recovery – Understanding Socio-Technological Means of Sustainability By Mr. Rajib Gupta & Arup Barman ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

28. Commoditized Philosophy of Educational Institutions and Building Sustainable Society By Dr. Nigamananda Biswas & Dr. Debasis Paul, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

29. Sustainability of Present Education System: Crisis and Remedies By Amritlal Ghosh & Biswajit Deb, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

30. Competencies for Globalised Management Era-Convergence and Divergence of Contents and Constructs By Juthika Konwar, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

31. Business and Management Education in Building Sustainable Society BySabana Sultana & Saik Abdul Azeem, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

32. Challenges of Globalization and Sustainable Legal Education in India By R. R. Mishra, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

33. Governance of Higher Education and Role of ICT: Some Retrospect By Sanjoy Roy, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

34. Higher Education for Sustainable Development of Tribal Communities with Special Reference to Medicinal Plant Resources By Gopa Chakraborty & Mukul Baruah, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

35. Indigenous Knowledge and Community Education- A prospective extension education programme for higher education in North East By Debotosh Chakraborty & Santanu Das, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

36. Innovative Practices Followed by Professional Higher Learning Institutes of Tripura in Building Sustainability and Livelihood By Mousumi Biswas & Sumita Roy, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

37. Livelihoods Diversification and Enterprise Development By Tarun Bikash Sukai, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

38. In Managing Higher Education for Sustainability By Saikat Roy & Manoj Kr. Dey, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

39. Reservation in Educational in Educational Institutions: A Means to Offset Inequality and to Achieve Equality By Ms. Rumi Dhar, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

40. Rebuilding Vision and Missions for Development -Search for a Path to Sustainability in NE Region of India By Arup Barman & Anil Borah, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

41. Right to Education in India: A Reality Check By Gangabhushan M.Mukanlal, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

42. Science Education in Building Sustainable livelihood By Amalendu Chakraborty & Gopa Chakraborty, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

43. Sustain Higher Education for Survival and Sustainability By Dr. Brajesh Kumar, Parag Shil, & Anurag Singh, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

44. Sustainable Development Strategies in Higher Education- Need Based Approaches By Sima Paul, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

45. Sustainable Development through Cultivation of Ethno-Medicianl Plants in Barak Valley, Assam By Mukul Kr. Baruah, Gopa Chakraborty & M. Dutta Choudhury, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

46. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009--A Milestone in Shining India By Amitabh Singh, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

47. Tourism in Meghalaya for Sustainable Livelihood -The Educational Perspective By Samit Choudhury & Arup Barman, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

48. Use of Wild Plants as Food and Vegetables – Community Practices and Local Knowledge for Sustainability in Barak Valley By Mukul Kr. Baruah, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

49. Ancient Indian Educational Concepts and their Significance in the Present Era By Mr. Kamal Lochan Atreya, ISBN No. 978-923769-0-5, May 2012.

50. Liberalism and Politics By Mr. Manraj Singh, Research Scholar, Punjab University (Online Edition)

51. Punjab Under The Indian Act 1935 By Mr. Manraj Singh, Research Scholar, Punjab University (Online Edition)

52. Role of Revolutionary Movements in Punjab By Mr. Manraj Singh, Research Scholar, Punjab University (Online Edition)

53. Education comes First for eradication of poverty globally by Maria Zafrasaura (Volume IV Issue IV January- March 2014)

54. Sectarianism in Lebanese Education and its consequences by Sofija Barakat (Volume IV Issue IV January- March 2014)

55. The Syrian conflict – Time to invest more in educating the youth by Suren Ladd (Volume IV Issue IV January- March 2014)

56. Student Activism is national in scope and beneficial for educational experience by Robert Marsh (Volume IV Issue IV January- March 2014)

57. The Human Right to equal access to quality education for Roma children by Vera Padberg (Volume IV Issue IV January- March 2014)

58. Issues and Concerns in Universalization of Secondary Education by Ms. Deepali S. Bajaj(Volume V Issue IApril- June 2014)

59.Effects of Computer Communication on quality Education by John Ede (Volume V Issue I April- June 2014)

60.Peace Building is a Team Sport: the role of sport in post conflict Sri LankaBy- Suren Ladd(Volume V Issue I April- June 2014)

61.Pre-School Education in Singaporeby Poh Ching Tan(Volume V Issue IApril- June 2014)

62. Innovativewaysfor increased LearningOutputBy Kosidichimma Anyanwu(Volume V Issue IApril- June 2014)

63. Peace Education in Multi-cultural Society- role of Teacher by Dr. Mandeep kaur (Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

64. Human Capital: Chid Labour and it's discontents by George Elerick (Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

65. Westernizing Education vs. Modernizing Schooling by Sofija Barakate(Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

66.The Tution Industry in Singapore by Poh Ching Tan(Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

67.Modern portable Compactor is the new mantra of Clean City by Vinod Singh(Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

68. Quality education through self-sufficient schools By Vera C. Padberg(Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

69. Education then and now:A saga over 45 yearsBy Professor Lakshmi Prabha (Volume V Issue II July-September 2014)

 

70. MOOCs and the tendencies of online education byGabriela Isa R. V. Campos(Volume V Issue III October-December 2014)

71.Role of communities in practice in the sharing of knowledge byWilliam Kin(Volume V Issue III October-December 2014)

72. Essence of Education to Societal Attainment by Airhunmwunde, Matthew (Volume V Issue III October-December 2014)

73. Measuring Changes in Gender Inequality in Education of Indians by Nidhi Sinha (Volume V Issue III October-December 2014)

74. Healthy mind in Healthy Body by Vinod Singh (Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

75. Comparative Analysis of Funding in Education: A case of Academies in England and Sweden byAirhunmwunde, Matthew (Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

76. Re-imagining Education , Re-imagining India by Bhagyashree Patil (Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

77. Community Physiotherapy Education in India: Tale of two decades byPavithra Rajan(Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

78. United Nations Academic Policy-Impacton UNESCO andotherUNorgans by DeepSikha Rana(Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

79. The state of Her education in India: The plight of a girl child Opinion by Shruthi Dhanwanthary(Volume V Issue IV January- March 2015)

80. The position of women in our society by Antuela Tane (Online Edition)
81. EFFICIENCY OF LOGO THERAPY IN COMPARISON WITH PSYCHOANALYSIS IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS OF SUICIDAL ATTEMPTS. By Antuela Tane (Online Edition)
82. Digital India going to be the backbone of Government Administration by Edr. Vinod Singh (Volume VI issue I April- June 2015)
83 The future of Online Learning and knowledge Sharing by William Kin (Volume VI issue I April- June 2015)
84. "Bantu Education" from a human rights perspective by Salahuddin Ayub (Volume VI issue I April- June 2015)
85. Gender Equity in Higher Education: Beyond being at the class room by Massiel Marino (Volume VI issue I April- June 2015)
86. Disaster preparedness, Response, Recovery Education Approach in sri lanka by Suren ladd (Volume VI issue I April- June 2015)
87. Meeting the MDG Goal Target on Educationto 2015 and beyond by  Augustine Ndukaku Ezeji (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
88. New Sphere of teaching and methodology by Vinod Singh  (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
89. Curriculam Development in Mizoram by Debasish paul and Rupendra Chakma (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
90. strengthing the teacher and school social worker alliance by Balwinder kaur (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
91. UNESCO contribution on Education by Jagmohan Singh Bajaj (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
92. Learning accreditation of professional experience by Jenero Rosemary Shepherd (Volume VI issue II Jul- Sep 2015)
93. Non Governmental Organizations’ participation in human rights realization in higher education in East Africa: have they lived up to the expected international benchmarks? By: Dr Oyat Christopher  (Volume VI Issue III Oct- Dec 2015)
94. Knowledge, Attitude and Practice Regarding Reproductive Health: A Comparative Study of Rural and Urban School Girls of Cachar District. by Arpita Debnath , PhD Scholar (Volume VI Issue III Oct- Dec 2015)

95. Poverty and India by Jagmohan singh Bajaj  (Volume VI Issue III Oct- Dec 2015)

96. Students and Stae Politics in India by Shruthi Dhanwanthary  (Volume VI Issue III Oct- Dec 2015)



 


 
 


 

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