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Department of Lifelong Learning & Extension

1)    Deshmukh, B. (2017). Shaleya Samaj Karya : Shaleya Mulanchya Samasya Hatalnyasathi Prabhavi Tantra(Marathi). In P.V. Gupta(Ed.), Bhalchandra Phadake Ani Samaj Shikshan (pp.83-87). Pune: Savitribai Phule Pune University. ISBN: 9789352677689.
2)    देशमुख, बी.ए. (2016). लोकशाहीत आदिवासींची आजची स्थिती . In ए. वाघमारे(संपा.), आदिवासी काल,आज आणि उद्या (pp.१३२-१३५ ). पुणे: आदिम संस्कृती स्टडी अँड रिसर्च सेन्टर .
3)    Deshmukh Bhoumik (2016). Lokshahit Adiwasinchi Aajachi Sthiti (Marathi). In A. Waghmare(Ed.), Adiwasi Kal, Aaj Ani Udya (pp.132-135). Phalod, Pune: Adim Sanskriti , Aabhyas Sanshodhan va Manav Vikas Kendra.
4)    Gupta, P.V. (2015). Jan Shikshan Sansthans (Vocational Education Programme in India): A Unique Scheme and Many Facets . Vocational Education and Training Strategies (pp.215-245). New Delhi: Sarup Book Publisher . ISBN: 9788176259538.
5)    Gupta, P.V. (2015). Training / Teaching Methods. Dimensions of Adult and Continuing Education (pp.248-261). New Delhi: Commonwealth. ISBN: 9788131105498.
6)    Deshmukh, B.A. (2014). Conceptualisation Of Scheduled Tribe :The Constitutional Context. In K.S. Patil(Ed.), Scheduled Tribes in India : Issues and Challenges in 21 st Centuary (pp.31-44). Nagpur: BSPK Book Publishing Co.. ISBN: 9789384198046.
7)    Tupe, N.B. (2013). Education in Maharashtra: An Evaluation. In B.F. Patil(Ed.), Badalta Maharashtra. Sangali: Maharashtra Rajya Suwarn Mahotsawa Sinhavalokan Parishad,ShantiniketanLokvidyapith.
8)    Gupta, P.V. (2013). A Study of the Impact of Activities of Non-Governmental Organizations(NGOs)on the Tribal Community. In P. V. Gupta(Ed.), Transformation of Tribes and Sustainable Development. New Delhi: Anmol. ISBN: 8126160012/9788126160013.
9)    देशमुख, बी.ए. (2013). रामनाथ चव्हाण: एक संधर्भ संस्था . In बी. सोनावणे(संपा.), भटक्या विमुक्तांचे मुक्त चिंतन (pp.१४१-१४३ ). पुणे : अनुराधा प्रकाशन . ISBN: ८१८६१४४३०७ .
10)    Deshmukh, B.A. (2013). Attitude of Tribals Towards Education with reference to Kokna-Kokni Tribe in Maharashtra. In R.Tribhuvan(Ed.), Tribal Development Issues and Challenges (pp.161-169). Pune: Tribal Research and Training Institute,Govt.of Maharashtra.
11)    Gupta, P.V. (2013). Need of Peoples’ Participation in Primary Education Blockage and Strategies. In P.V. Gupta, D. Lokhande(Eds.), Perspectives of Tribal Education. New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 9350564823/9789350564820.
12)    Gupta, P.V. (2013). Teaching Literacy to Potential Tribal Women and Men Leaders. In D. Lokhande, P.V. Gupta(Eds.), Indigenous People: Issues and Empowering Strategies. New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 9350564831/9789350564837.
13)    Gupta, P.V. (2013). Tribal Issues and Strategies for Empowerment with Special Reference to Primary Education. In P.V. Gupta(Ed.), Tribal Development and Management. Jaipur: Pointer. ISBN: 9788171327416.
14)    Gupta, P.V. (2013). Development Interventions of Non-Governmental Organization (Chaitanya Shravanthi). In P. V. Gupta(Ed.), Transformation of Tribes and Sustainable Development. New Delhi: Anmol. ISBN: 8126160012/9788126160013.
15)    देशमुख, बी.ए. (2012). ज्ञानविस्तारातून सामाजिक शिक्षण . In एन्. तुपे(संपा.), ज्ञानविस्ताराची क्षितिजे (pp.४६-५४ ). पुणे : युनिव्हर्सल पुब्लिकेशन . ISBN: ९७८८१८७५५२२५३ .
16)    Tupe, N.B. (2011). Right to Education: New Directions & New Challenges. In S. Jawadekar(Ed.), Bahujanache Shikshan Hakka : Wastaw ani Samasya. Pune: Akhil Bharatiya Samajwadi Adhyapak Sabha.
17)    Tupe, N.B. (2011). Social constructivistApproach for Education for All. In R. Pandya(Ed.), Spectrum of Lifelong Education. New Delhi: Concept. ISBN: 8180697444/9788180697449.
18)    Deshmukh, B.A. (2011). Formulation of Research Problem. In N. Tupe(Ed.), Introduction to Research Methodology (pp.18-23). Pune: Savitribai Phule Pune University.
19)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Empowerment of Self Help Group Women – Political Participation. In P.D. Rao(Ed.), Women empowerment emerging dimensionsin 21st century (pp.19-32). Haryana: The Associated Publishers, Ambala City. ISBN: 818429056X/9788184290561.
20)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Empowerment of women in political participation. In M.C.R. Reddy, P.A. Reddy(Eds.) , Political dimension of women empowerment. Haryana: The Associated Publishers, Ambala City. ISBN: 8184290551/9788184290554.
21)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Escalating People’s Participation in Rural Development. In K. Sudha Rani(Ed.), Peoples Participation in Rural Development. New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 8183569161/9788183569163.
22)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Extension and Community Development through Universities. In K. Vijaya Kumar(Ed.), Empowerment of Weaker Sections: FuturePlanning and Strategies for Rural Development in India. New Delhi: Serials Publishing. ISBN: 8183874592/9788183874595.
23)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Recovering lost childhood: Rescue and Rehabilitation for Trafficked Girl Children: A Case Study of ARDAR. In D.P. Rao(Ed.), Women Of Disadvantaged Groups : Status and Empowerment (Essays in Honour of Prof. K.S. Chalam). New Delhi: Serials Publishing . ISBN: 8183874266/9788183874267.
24)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Training Needs of Women. In R.B. Sartyavathi, B. Syam Mohan David Raju, P.A. Reddy(Eds.), Women and Work Participation: Status and Training Opportunities. New Delhi: Sonali. ISBN: 8184113005/9788184113006.
25)    Gupta, P.V. (2011). Women Panchayat Leaders: A Case Study of Polaki Mandal in Srikakulam District. In P.D. Rao(Ed.), Political Dimensionof Women Empowerment (pp.64-97). Haryana: The Associated Publishers, Ambala City. ISBN: 8184290551/9788184290554.
  

Publications Before 2011


26)    Tupe, N.B. (2010). Research Design. In D. Lokhande., N. Tupe(Eds.), Samajik Sanshodhan Padhati. Pune: Pune University.
27)    Gupta, P.V. (2010). Vulnerability of Aged: Few Case Studies of ARDAR. In P.A. Reddy., D. Uma Devi., N. Harinath(Eds.), Aging: The Global Phenomena Issues and Strategies (pp.224-240). New Delhi: Sonali. ISBN: 8184112548/9788184112542.
28)    Gupta, P.V. (2010). Literacy Campaign for Women: Experience of Andhra Pradesh. In R. Venkata Rav(Ed.), Advancement of India: Attainments and Alternatives (pp.28-38). New Delhi: Kanishka. ISBN: 8184571844/9788184571844.
29)    Tupe, N.B. (2009). Research Quality in Methodology. In A. Joshi(Ed.), Quality Research. Nasik: Yeshwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University.
30)    Gupta, P.V. (2008). Population Education: Perceptions of the Rural Masses. In M.V.R. Raju(Ed.), Health Psychology and Counselling (pp.416-430). New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 8183563732/9788183563734.
31)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Handicapped: Problems and Empowering Strategies. In  P.A. Reddy(Ed.), Not Disabled – Differently Abled, Status and Future Directions (pp.190-194). New Delhi: Aravali Books . ISBN: 8181500784/9788181500786.
32)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Impact of Self-Help Groups on Women Self Empowerment. In G.V. Kesava Rao, R.P. Rao Ch.(Eds.), Rural Development & Empowerment of WeakerSection, Practices, Promotion & Programmes (pp.3-34). New Delhi: Associated Publishers, Ambala Cantt. ISBN: 8184290519/9788184290516.
33)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Integration of Career Guidance in Graduation and Post-GraduationCurriculum. In D. Uma Devi., P.A. Reddy(Eds.), Grooming human resource development, Role of career guidance and counselling (pp.118-132). New Delhi: Sonali Publications, Darya Ganj. ISBN: 8184110898/9788184110890.
34)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Emerging Challenges and Perspectives in Nomads Development in 21st Century. Practices and Approaches in Empowering Nomads (pp.195-201). Visakhapatnam: Andhra University Press.
35)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Research in Alternative Systems of Education. In P.A. Reddy(Ed.), Continuing Education for Globalized era (pp.114-120). New Delhi: Sonali Publications, Darya Ganj. ISBN: 818411088X/9788184110883.
36)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Welfare, Education, Training and Employment Promotion for Disabled. In  P.A. Reddy(Ed.), Not Disabled – Differently Abled, Status and Future Directions (pp.46-49). New Delhi: Aravali Books. ISBN: 8181500784/9788181500786.
37)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Changing Trends in Adult Education Programmes in India from 1951 to2001. Changing Trends in Adult, continuing Education Extension and Field Outreach present Status and FuturePerspectives (pp.79-97). Guntur: Dept. of Adult, Continuing Education,Extension work and Field Outreach, Acharya Nagarjuna University.
38)    Gupta, P.V. (2007). Continuing Education Programmes: An Approach to Rural Enlightment. In G.V. Kesava Rao, R.P. Rao Ch.(Eds.), Rural Development & Empowerment ofWeaker Section, Practices, Promotion & Programmes (pp.358-370). New Delhi: Associated Publishers, Ambala Cantt. ISBN: 8184290519/9788184290516.
39)    Gupta, P.V. (2006). Extension through Universities: A Perspective. In K.S. Rani, P.A. Reddy(Eds.), Universities and Extension Services: Future Directions (pp.49-57). New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 8183561381/9788183561389.
40)    Gupta, P.V. (2006). Integrated Approach of NGOs and Universities towards Community Development: A Perspective. In M.C.R. Reddy, P.A. Reddy(Eds.), Universitiesand NGOs (pp.140-144). New Delhi: Discovery. ISBN: 8183561306/9788183561303.
41)    Gupta, P.V. (2006). Functioning of Continuing Education Committees: A Case Study. Current Trends in Adult Education(title check) (pp.313-319). New Delhi: Sarup & Sons Publishers. ISBN: 8176256196.
42)    Rao, B.S.V., Gupta, P.V. (2006). A Study on the Mass Media Access, Exposure and Preferences of the Tribes Towards Adult Education in Visakha Tribal Region. In M.S. Rao, M.S. Reddy(Eds.), Human Resources Development in Tribal Areas (pp.184-193). Ambala Cantonment, India: Associated Publishers. ISBN: 8184290284/9788184290288.
43)    Gupta, P.V. (2006). Communication and Information Technology in Literacy for Rural Development: A Pragmatic Approach. In K.R. Rajani(Ed.), Relevance of Philosophy in 21st Century. New Delhi: The Associated Publishers, Ambala Cantt.. ISBN: 8184290365/9788184290363.
44)    Deshmukh, B.A. (1994). Social Legislations in India . In R. Chavan(Ed.), Samajik Kayade (pp.1-6). Pune: YASHADA.