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Getting Children Back to School

Firmly rooted in the belief that every child has a right to basic education, this volume explores strategies and alternatives to keep children in school, reach out to those outside the schooling system, and improve the quality of elementary education.

Published: September 2003
Pages: 440
Publisher: SAGE India

Gender and Social Equity

This volume provides an insightful understanding of the ground realities of primary education programmes, particularly those run by the District Primary Education Programme (DPEP).

Published: June 2004
Pages: 380
Publisher: SAGE India

Books and Reports

  1. (2010) Vimala Ramachandran: Gender Issues in Higher Education - Advocacy Brief, UNESCO Bangkok
  2. Equity in School Water and Sanitation: Overcoming Exclusion and Discrimination in South Asia
  3. (2008) Vimala Ramachandran: Health and girls education in South Asia: An essential synergy; UNICEF – UNGEI, Kathmandu
  4. (2008) Rashmi Sharma and Vimala Ramachandran: The Elementary Education System in India: A field based investigation into institutional structures, processes and dynamics, Routlege India.
  5. (2006) Leela Visaria and Vimala Ramachandran (Ed): Reality Check: Abortion in India, Routledge India, New Delhi.
  6. (2004) Vimala Ramachandran: Fostering opportunities to lean at an accelerated pace: Why do girls benefit enormously? UNICEF Working Paper, New Delhi
  7. (2004) Vimala Ramachandran (Ed): Hierarchies of Access: Gender and Equity in Primary Education; Sage Publications, New Delhi.
  8. (2004) Snakes and Ladders: Factors Influencing Successful Primary School Completion for Children in Poverty Contexts; South Asian Human Development Sector Report No. 6, World Bank, New Delhi
  9. (2003) Vimala Ramachandran (Ed): Getting children back to school: case studies in primary education; Sage Publications, New Delhi.
  10. (2001) Vimala Ramachandran and Harsh Sethi: Shiksha Karmi Project of Rajasthan – an overall appraisal; New Education Division Document No 7, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
  11. (1998) Vimala Ramachandran: Girls and Women’s Education: Policies and Implementation Mechanisms – Case Study India; UNESCO-PROAP, Bangkok.
  12. (1998) Vimala Ramachandran (Ed) Bridging the gap between intention and action - Girls and Women’s Education in South Asia, Editor the book and author of the Indian experience, UNESCO-PROAP, Bangkok and ASPBAE, New Delhi, May.

Articles in Journals

  1. (2010) Amit Kaushik and Vimala Ramachandran: Partnerships in Education - The Problem, No. 627, November 2011, Seminar Magazine
  2. (2010) Vimala Ramachandran: Partnerships in Education - Trust deficit blocking partnerships, No. 627, November 2011, Seminar Magazine
  3. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran and Suman Bhattacharjea: Attend to primary school teachers, Vol. XLIV, No. 31, August 1, 2009 Economic and Political Weekly
  4. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran: Right to Education Act, Vol. XLIV, No 28, July 11, 2009, Economic and Political Weekly.
  5. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran: What is ‘para’ about some teachers? Vol. 34, No. 2, April-June 2009, VIKALPA (A journal of Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad)
  6. (2007) Vimala Ramachandran and Kameshwari Jandhyala: Strengthening the government school system – lessons from India, Economic and Political Weekly, VOL 42 No. 48 December 01 - December 07, 2007
  7. (2007): Vimala Ramachandran, Nishi Mehrotra and Kameshwari Jandhyala: Do incentives make a difference to meaningful education of socially underprivileged children? Journal of Educational Planning and Administration, NUEPA, New Delhi
  8. (2006) Vimala Ramachandran, Education and livelihood, Seminar 563, June. New Delhi
  9. (2005) Vimala Ramachandran: Why school teachers are de-motivated and disheartened, Economic and Political Weekly, VOL 40 No. 21 May 21 - May 27, 2005
  10. (2003) Vimala Ramachandran, Kameshwari Jandhyala and Aarti Saihjee: Through the life cycle of children: factors determining successful primary school completion; Economic and Political Weekly, VOL 38 No. 47 November 22 - November 28, 2003
  11. (2003) Vimala Ramachandran: Backward and forward linkages that strengthen primary education in Economic and Political Weekly, March 8-14, Volume XXXVIII, No 10
  12. (2002) Vimala Ramachandran and Aarti Saihjee: The New Segregation – reflections on gender and equity in primary education, Economic and Political Weekly; No 17 Vol. XXXVII, 27 April-2 May.
  13. (2001) Vimala Ramachandran: Community Participation in Primary Education – Innovations in Rajasthan; Economic and Political Weekly; Vol. XXXVI, June 23
  14. (1999) Vimala Ramachandran: Adult Education: A tale of empowerment denied; Economic and Political Weekly; Vol. XXXXIV, No 15 April 10.
  15. (1998) Vimala Ramachandran: Engendering Development: Lessons from Social Sector Programmes in India: Indian Journal of Gender Studies, Vol. 5: 1
  16. (1997) Leela Visaria and Vimala Ramachandran: Emerging issues in reproductive health, Economic and Political Weekly, Vol. 22, No 36, September 6
  17. (1997) Vimala Ramachandran: Changing face of the development sector in India; VOICES, Volume 1, Number 2
  18. (1996) Vimala Ramachandran: NGOs in the times of globalisation: from family planning to reproductive health; Seminar, November.
  19. (1996) Vimala Ramachandran: Fertility and women’s autonomy in the Indian Family; India International Centre Journal Special Issue on Women And The Family, Winter
  20. (1995) Vimala Ramachandran: Equality among unequal partners - relationship between NGOs and the government in India, The Administrator, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie, July.

Chapters in Published Books

  1. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran: Quality, the Heart of Equity, in Cohen, Joel E., and Martin B. Malin, eds. 2009. International Perspectives on the Goals of Universal Basic and Secondary Education. New York: Routledge.
  2. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran: Democratic Inequalities: The Dilemma of Elementary Education in India, in Robert Cowen and Andrea M Kazamias (ed), International Handbook of Comparative Education, Volume II, Springer International Handbook of Education Series, The Netherlands
  3. (2009) Vimala Ramachandran: Systemic barriers to equity in education, in Preet Rustagi (Ed) Concerns, conflicts and cohesions: Universalisation of Elementary Education in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
  4. (2008) Vimala Ramachandran, Kameshwari Jandhyala and Aarti Saihjee: Through the Life Cycle of Children: Factors that facilitate / impede successful primary school completion, in Rama Baru (Ed) School Health Services in India, Sage Publications, New Delhi
  5. (2007) Vimala Ramachandran A school in every village – the Education Guarantee Scheme in Madhya Pradesh, India, in Deepa Nayayan and Elena Glinskaya (Ed) Ending Poverty in South Asia: Ideas that Work, World Bank, Washington DC.
  6. (2006) Vimala Ramachandran and Aarti Saihjee, The New Segregation in Primary Education – Implications for Local Governance, in Amit Prakash (Ed), Local Governance in India, Oxford University Press, New Delhi
  7. (2005) Kameshwari Jandhyala: Working within and without, in Mandira Kumar and Padma M Sarangapani (Ed), Improving Government Schools – What has been tried and what works, Sutradhar and Books for Change, Bangalore
  8. (2002) Vimala Ramachandran: Literacy, Development and Empowerment: Conceptual Issues, for edited book on Gender Gap in Basic Education Edited by Dr. Rekha Wazir; Sage Publication, N Delhi
  9. (2002) Vimala Ramachandran: Education and the status of women; in India Education Report Edited by Dr Govinda, Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
  10. (1998) Vimala Ramachandran: Voluntary organisation, professional agency or sub-contractor - the changing profile of the non-government sector in India, Dr. Pravin Visaria, M L Dantwala and Harsh Sethi (Eds.) Social Change through voluntary action, Sage Publications New Delhi, September
  11. (1996) Vimala Ramachandran: Redefining Safety Net: in N Rao, L Rurap and R Sudarshan (Eds.): Sites of Change: The Structural Context for Empowering Women in India, UNDP / FES
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