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"Very happy to get connected with you.Hope I can get insights from your expertise on peace education. I am a former student of IGNOU where I did my MADE. Regards, George"
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"oops sorry Sarojpandey, typo on your name!"
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"Hello Saropandey I am living in Japan and am interested in human security, cosmopolitanism and the Japanese education system, particularly its  historical nationalistic constructs. At the risk of pumping up my own tyres I have an article coming…"
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"Heloo Ian I am working in the area of peace education and would be interested in kowing about the type of research activities u are engaged in. long back I attend a programme organised by UNESCO at NIER on peace education. I visted Kyoto and…"
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"Hello Tony I am Dr Saroj Pandey working as associate professor in the deptt of Teacher Education,National Council of Education (NCERT) in India. I have been working in the area of peace education since last many years and am a member of National…"
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Profile Information

Please list the countries and/or regions in which you (or your organization) have direct and significant expertise
INDIA
What is your current country of residence (or location of your organization)?
INDIA
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Teaching, I am working as Associate Professor in The National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), New Delhi
Which are your primary sectoral areas of expertise (or the primary sectoral areas of your organization) ?
Education
Which are your primary skills areas(or the primary skill areas of your organization)?
Training
What are some of your current areas of research (if any)?
Peace Education, rights of The child, Teacher education.
If appropriate feel free to list several of your (or your organization's) publications
§ Human Rights Education in Schools : The Indian Experience Human Rights Education in Asian Schools. Vol (8) , March 2005, 95-108.
§ Teacher Education Researches in Developing Countries : A review of Indian studies. Journal of Education for Teaching Vol. 30(2) Nov., 2004, 205-224.
§ Education as a Fundamental right in India : Promises and Challenges. International Journal of Education Law and Policy. 1-2, Dec. 2004. 27-33.
§ Para Teachers and quality concern in primary education : The Indian dilemma. Learning organisation in a Learning World. Conf. Proceedings April 2005. 622-628.
§ Problems of Indian Distance Learners. 16th World Conference of ICDE on Distance Edu. Thailand Nov. 1992.
§ Gender Factor Influencing choice of Courses: A case study of IGNOU. Accepted and Published. IX Annual Conference of AAOU China Dec. 3.5.1995.
§ Attended the International Seminar on Teacher Education for Peace and International Understanding. From 27 Sept to 8 Oct, 1999 at NIER, TOKYO, JAPAN. Presented a Country Paper entitled ‘ Peace Education in School and Teacher Education Programmes in India’.

§ Attended Second Consultative meeting on education for conviviality in Asia. 14-15th April, 2005 in Seout, Korea, organised jointly by International Christian University and Asia-Pacific Center of Education for International Understanding (APCE 14), presented paper ‘Teacher Education for Peace and Conviviality - The Indian Perspective’.

§ Attended 19th International Conference ‘Learning Organisation in a Learning World’, Bangkok, Thailand. 18-22 April, 2005. Presented paper ‘Para Teachers and Quality Concern in Primary Education : The Indian Dilemma’.

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At 8:53am on July 17, 2011, George PS said…
Very happy to get connected with you.Hope I can get insights from your expertise on peace education. I am a former student of IGNOU where I did my MADE.
Regards, George
At 4:47am on July 17, 2011, Ian Gibson said…
oops sorry Sarojpandey, typo on your name!
At 4:46am on July 17, 2011, Ian Gibson said…

Hello Saropandey

I am living in Japan and am interested in human security, cosmopolitanism and the Japanese education system, particularly its  historical nationalistic constructs. At the risk of pumping up my own tyres I have an article coming out in the Journal of Peace Education about the Japanese educational system and postive outcomes in August this year. The Journal of Peace Conflict and Development should be putting out another article of mine on Human Security and Cosmopolitanism sometime soon. Thanks for taking an interest and best wishes,

 

Ian

At 7:23pm on June 19, 2009, Christine Crowstaff said…
Hello Sarojpandey,
I'd love to connect with you and learn more about your work & life.
I run an international women's organisation & we are looking at setting up a chapter in India.
With warmest wishes
Chris
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At 3:35am on July 3, 2007, Cassandra Clifford said…
Hi thanks for adding me as a friend.
 
 
 

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