Here, you can find a  list of journals and magazines that cover issues related to literacy, children, rural development, environment, health and the arts. 


Conservation and SocietyThis journal draws on both natural and social sciences and covers basic and applied research in areas including but not restricted to political ecology, human-wildlife conflicts, decentralised conservation, conservation policy, ecosystem structure and functioning, systematics, community and species ecology, behavioural ecology, landscape ecology, restoration ecology and conservation biology.

GIS IndiaThe main objective of Geographic Information System India is to create an effective forum for sharing information, experiences and ideas about Geographic Information Systems and to promote GIS & its applications. Besides articles from professionals in the field of GIS, Remote Sensing & photogrammetry, from India and abroad, the journal contains views, Interviews, Reviews, Information, Reports reflecting activities and developments in the field of GIS including applications.

Child Abuse, Child Labour

Child Abuse Review: This journal provides a forum for all professionals working in the field of child protection, giving them access to the latest research findings, practice developments, training initiatives and policy issues. By always emphasizing research/practice links, the Editors aim to promote practice relevant research and to facilitate the use of research findings, to enhance good practice and influence policy.

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Journal of Rural Development: Published by the National Institute of Rural Development, Hyderbad, this journal aims at promoting study and research in rural development. It seeks to uncover links between the social sciences and rural development and to forge and strengthen them where necessary. It provides a forum for exchange of views between various social science disciplines and the policymakers, planners and executives concerned with rural development.


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