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The Journal INQUISITIVE TEACHER publishes important ideas and evidence of education system and its related concepts. Contributions are invited to represent a range of disciplines, including history, psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, and administrative and organizational theory.
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Aims & Objectives behind the publication
‘Inquisitive Teacher’ is multidisciplinary research journal in the field of education and aims to provide a platform for the researchers, scholars, resource persons and practitioners to come together and share their research findings with the rest of the world thereby facilitating informed decisions which improves education system and society as a whole.
It also aims at giving opportunity to the novice teachers and young researchers belonging to the rural or educationally backward areas having sparkling ideas and wish t communicate them to a wider audience like the professionals, administrators, policy makers, academicians and students of various disciplines.
Keeping these aims & objectives in mind, the efforts are being made to progress in achieving them so that the old conception of India as a VISHWAGURU and UNITY IN DIVERSITY which has been fading for last some decades could be regained.
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