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Sharma, Priyank. (2023). Institutionalization of Education and the paradox of unchallenged grammar of schooling. In Bairagya S., Sinha S. Advanced Sociological Perspective on Education (Pp 167-175).

ISBN: 978-93-91978-41-9.

Sharma, Priyank. (2022). Impact of education on suicides in India. Journal of Education Culture and Society, 13(1), 419-428.

Sharma, Priyank. (2020). [Review of the book: India Goes to School: Education Policy and Cultural Politics by Shivali Tukdeo]. Journal of Educational Planning and Administration. Vol. 34(1), pg. 72-74

Paper Presentations

Sharma, P (2023). Multicultural Education as a significant component of grammar of schooling: A Critical Examination of the major education policies. Paper presented at the International Conference on Holistic Education and World Peace. Global Education Research

Sharma, P. (2019). Exploring the status and factors affecting women participation in higher education, particularly in the professional course of engineering. Paper presented at National Seminar on Education: Systems, Practices and Research, Christ University, Bangalore.

Sharma, P (2023). Disrupting the Grammar of Schooling: Case Study of an alternative space in Hyderabad. Paper presented at the International Conference on Multidisciplinary research perspectives. The Bhopal School of Social Sciences, Bhopal.

Sharma, P. (2019). Globalized Media: homogenizing cultures, engendering consumer culture – legitimized by education. Paper presented at National Seminar, University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Sharma, Priyank. (2023). Learner Centred Grammar of Schooling: An Educational way forward for Sustainable Development. Paper presented at National Conference on "Reviving the roots of Indian Education for Sustainable Development". Amity Institute of Education, Amity University

Sharma, P. (2019). Education and suicide: Re-visiting Gandhi’s philosophy of education. Paper presented at International Conference held at Shyama Prasad Mukherji College for Women, Delhi.

Sharma, P. (2019). Exploring the concept and roots of Academic Capitalism. Paper presented at National Seminar held at Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi, Delhi.

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