VOLUME – 2/1 (January-April 2017)


International Journal of Education

 Chief Editor

Prof. A. P. Sharma

Chakoli Educational & Social Development Society Dholpur (Rajasthan)


Prof. Arvind Pandey

Prof. A.P. Sharma

Dr. Anil Paliwal

Dr. Vijay Grover

Advisory Board: 

Dr. Alpana Sharma

Mrs. Nicole Sharma (USA)

Dr.Avnaish Parashar (Canada)

Dr. SadhanaTyagi

Dr. D.P. Singh

Dr. Jai Dayal Singh

Dr. B.N. Soni


Date of Publication            :          January – April 2017

Edition                             :          2/1

Cover Design                    :          Ajay Singh Bhati

Type setting & Printing     :             Contact: 08955890123

Publisher                          :          Chakoli Educational & Social

Development Society, Dholpur (Raj), India

Email:chakolisociety@yahoo.in, ap_sharma 2010@yahoo.in

website – www.echetana.com

Chetana Education International/January-March, 2017; Vol. 2, No.1
Sl. No. Author Article/Research Paper (Click here)
1 Dr. Anil Paliwal How to Save Teacher Education in India?  An Agenda for Radical Changes
2 Ms. Nicole Sharma How Technology is Changing Aging and Dementia
3 Dr Pragati Bhatnagar ICT-An Important Tool for Education
4 Dr. Manish Bhatnagar Education and E-learning
5 Dr D P Singh KAMALVANI 90.4 FM, COMMUNITY RADIO STATION KOLSIYA –Unique Trial in the Field of Education & Socio-Cultural Awareness
6 Dr. J D Singh Promoting Quality Teacher Education: Need of the 21st Century
7 Dr. Sadhna Tyagi The Impact of Project based Learning on Students’ Performance
8 Ms. Rajani Upadhyay Improving Student Outcomes Through Inclusive Education
9 Dr. Peeyush Kumar Garg Libraries and Social Networking
10 Ms. Mani Sharma Research and Innovation in Teacher Education: Pragmatic Approach in today’s Scenario
11 Mr. Rajesh Kumar Value-based Skill Development in Teacher Education
12 Dr. Vijay Kumar Grover What Does ‘Success in Academics’ Mean to College Students? A Semantic Differential Analysis for Determining Constructs of the Concept
13 Dr. Yatendra Pal A Study of Students’ Views Towards Research Process
14 Dr. Binita Prakash A Comparative Study of Mental Health Status of Teachers Serving in Hindi and English Medium Secondary Schools
15 Dr. Chitra Jitendra Singh Attitude of Teacher Trainees Towards Co-Curricular Activities
16 Mrs. Monika Guleria A Study of Anxiety among Adolescents in Relation to their Personality, Mental Health and Family Environment
17 Dr. Narendrakumar Shreeram Pal A Comparative Study of Parents’ Attitude towards the Schools
18 डा. जितेन्द्र लोढ़ा प्रदूषित शैक्षिक-संस्कृति : एक अवरोध
19 डा. वीणा बाना एवं श्रीमती कुसुम केन्द्रीय माध्यमिक शिक्षा बोर्ड के छात्रों की सतत् और व्यापक मूल्यांकन के प्रति अभिवृति का अध्ययन
20 डा. शिप्रा गुप्ता आरटीई के तहत कमजोर वर्ग के बच्चों के प्रवेश प्रक्रिया की स्थिति व उनके समायोजन में आने वाली समस्याओं का अध्ययन
21 Kamal Kumar Mishra A Study on the Significance of Number Theory 

Chetana is now an international educational journal published by Pt. Chakoli Ram Educational and Social Development Society, Dholpur, Rajasthan.  Its first issue, named as CHETANA, was published in   2008-9. It accepted articles, containing any sort of educational issues relating to human life. However, looking to its popularity and a large number of reading clients, since 2016 onwards the journal has been promoted to an international level. Now the journal is known as “Chetana International Journal of Education” and would go on accepting articles from most contributors who highlight some kind of human issues and provide their probable solutions. If such contributions reach the editors at least one month before the publication of the journal they are likely to be accepted. Articles received later on and are worth publication, could be likely to be considered by the editorial board for the next issue. The editorial board has the sole right to accept or reject an article for publication. If an article is found unsuitable, it may be rejected and sent back to the author. The contributors, whose articles are accepted, will always be informed before its publication provided the authors’ addresses, emails and phone numbers are provided to the editorial board. All articles or research reports need to be typed in single space in English on 12 pts in Times New Roman font. Although no specific field of writing has been indicated by the editors, yet it is expected that most articles thus submitted should contain the themes relating to the field of education. However, articles relating to self-help or inspirational areas can also be published if found suitable. The contributors would need to pay some small amount of money through specified bank, in India and abroad if their articles are selected for publication and if they agree for that. It is just needed to cover up various kinds of expenditure involved in publishing an online journal.