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“A Secondary Informal Circuit of Globalisation of Production: Home-based Cashew Workers in Kerala, India”. Global Labour Journal 7(3): 279-296. https://escarpmentpress.org/globallabour.. 2016.
“Epicentres of missing daughters: Geo-spatial dimensions of the child sex ratio in India”. Asian Population Studies 8: 265–280. http://eprints.nias.res.in/341/.. 2012.
“Gender, Science and Technology Education in India”. In Feminists and Science: Critiques and Changing Perspectives in India, Feminists and Science: Critiques and Changing Perspectives in India, New Delhi: Sage. http://eprints.nias.res.in/id/eprint/1244.. 2017.
“Challenges to identify and mentor gifted children in developing countries: the Indian experience”. Current Science 120(3): 472-478.. 2021.
An introductory reading on giftedness in children: A report prepared as part of the NIAS Gifted Education Project. Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore. http://eprints.nias.res.in/429/.. 2013. R15
An Assessment of the Summer Research Fellowship Programme of the National Academies of Sciences (1995-2016). Bengaluru: Indian Academy of Sciences.. 2019.
“India's competitiveness and preparedness in Science & Technology for the coming decades”. Current Science 90: 281–283. http://eprints.nias.res.in/73/.. 2006.
“Higher Education”. In Karnataka Human Development Report-2015: Accelerating Equitable Human Development, Karnataka Human Development Report-2015: Accelerating Equitable Human Development, Bengaluru: Planning, Programme Monitoring and Statistics Department. Government of Karnataka, 98-114.. 2018.
“‘Little minds dreaming big science’: are we really promoting ‘children gifted in STEM’ in India?”. Current Science 108: 779–781.. 2015.
Teacher training module for identifying gifted children with the teacher nomination form for gifted children (ages 3-12). Bangalore: National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore. http://eprints.nias.res.in/430/.. 2013. R16
“Gifted with Disabilities: The Twice Exceptional in India”. Indian Educational Review 54(2): 7-25. http://eprints.nias.res.in/1713/.. 2016.
“Beyond family and societal attitudes to retain women in science”. Current Science 100: 43–48. http://eprints.nias.res.in/187/.. 2011.
“Taking the next steps (Meeting report on NIAS’ collaboration with women in STEM in India)”. Current Science 112(10): 1986-1987.. 2017.
“Redefining University Education in India: Pedagogy and Student Voices”. In Transforming Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Towards a Socially Just Pedagogy in a Global Context, Transforming Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Towards a Socially Just Pedagogy in a Global Context, Palgrave Critical University Studies: Springer , 175-190 .. 2017.