by Y. Ravindranath Rao

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Author: Y. Ravindranath Rao

Languages: English

Number Of Pages: 308

Binding: Hardcover

Package Dimensions: 9.2 x 6.3 x 1.1 inches

Release Date: 10-01-2021

Details: Dr bindeshwar pathak is known all over the world for his unparalleled contribution to the realm of sanitation in India and abroad, but what is not highlighted enough is his role as a great social reformer. This book brings forth some of the lesser known facets of Dr pathway and his leadership of Sulabh international social service organisation. The book also unravels the workings of sulabh’s sanitation movement, the sociology of sanitation, action sociology, global challenges of sanitation and how Sulabh has gone about accomplishing a drastic change in society. The life of Dr pathak as a great humanitarian and his new philosophy of ‘temple of gratitude’ holds important lessons for healthcare providers, social workers, sanitation personnel, students, teachers and researchers. Additionally, because sanitation, health and development are the three interrelated issues in the present development scenario, the book will be of immense value for policy make Rs, planners, administrators, activists, governmental agencies and egos for planning and implementing suitable programmes for socio-economic development. About the Author DR Y. RAVINDRANATH RAO graduated from the Lingaraj College, Belagavi. A Masters in Sociology, he was awarded a PhD from Mangalore University in 1995. His other post-graduate qualifications include courses in Gandhian Studies and Bioethics. He is a regular speaker in international conferences and seminars, and has published numerous works, papers and articles in edited volumes and reputed journals. After retiring as principal, St. Mary’s Syrian College under Mangalore University, he continues to be a part of several educational and professional bodies.