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PhD in education, with a special interest in optimum, integrated development of children, I am Managing Director of the company Punya Publishing, which brings out educational and General books and conducts publishing, educational and research services. I have had a long experience in the field of publishing and education. Have produced a stupendous range of books from school books of children to higher education, Atlases in reference area to Deluxe editions and Coffee table books. I Have done a lot of meaningful research in pre-primary education on the integrated development of children. Some of the research tools developed and validated by me are widely used by scholars in assessment of integrated development of children and classroom interaction of teachers. I am dedicated to the cause of education for the last 30 years, developing materials, designing curriculum and conducting educational orientation programs for teachers and teacher educators.
I am an author of 21 books. Some of my books have gone into several reprints and are considered as a unique contribution to education. One of my books of plays had received an award of The Best Book of The Year by the Panjab Government. I have done some pioneering work in India in making the textbooks activity oriented and attractive for students and beginning a new genre of publishing by designing and publishing great poetry books as deluxe editions juxtaposing the poems with paintings. This effort was in the direction of creating a balance between head and heart which helps to lead an ethical life. I have been creating materials and doing workshops with children, who are the future citizens, to lead a righteous and ethical life.I have written a series of books of interactive stories, Learning To Be Great 1-5,http://www.punyapublishing.com/learning-to-be-great.html. I would like to thus contribute and learn from Global Ethics Network.
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