References: 2. Articles & Papers

Updated 19th December 2011

Since 2010

Bassett, R. 2009. MIT-Trained Swadeshis: MIT and Indian Nationalism, 1880-1947. Osiris 24: 212–230.

Black, J. 2009. The Military Influence of Engineering Education in Britain and India, 1848-1906. Indian Economic and Social History Review 46: 211-239.

Gupta, R., Garg, T. K., Gupta, S. and Goel, A. 2010. Quality Improvement Schemes in Indian Engineering Education. International Journal of Information Technology and Knowledge Management 2(2): 365-367.

Khandekar, Aalok. 2011 Engineering subjectivities: Global Indianness and the making of Indian engineers. Paper read at the Colloque Un ingénieur, des ingénieurs, Paris, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, 6-7 October.

Kumar, A. 2010. Thomason College of Engineering, Roorkee, 1847-1947. In Das Gupta, U. and Chattopadhyaya, D.P. (eds.), Science and Modern India: An Institutional History, 1784-1947, Vol. 15, 451-471. Delhi: Pearson.

Lardinois, R. 2011 L’espace social des écoles d’ingénieurs en Inde. Entre l’Etat et le marché. Paper read at the Colloque Un ingénieur, des ingénieurs, Paris, Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, 6-7 October.

Lourdusamy, J. B. 2010. College of Engineering, Guindy, 1794–1947. In Das Gupta, U. and Chattopadhyaya, D.P. (eds.), Science and Modern India: An Institutional History, 1784-1947, Vol. 15, 429-450. Delhi: Pearson.

Malish, C. M. and Ilavarasam, P. V. 2010. Exploring the Professional Status of Software Work in India, IEEE Technology and society Magazine in India, Winter.

Ramnath, A. 2010.  A New Institution for Engineers: Change and Continuity in the Profession in India 1900-1935. Communication presented at the 4th European South Asia Ph.D. Workshop 27th/28th August, Heidelberg.

Varma, R. and Kapur, D. 2010. Access, Satisfaction, and Future: Undergraduate Education at the Indian Institutes of Technology. Higher Education 59: 703-717.

2000-2009

Anderson, R.S. 2001. Empire’s Setting Sun? Patrick Blackett and Military and Scientific Development of India. Economic and Political Weekly 36 (39): 3703-3705+3707-3720.

Barik, R. K. 2004. Social Background of Civil Service: Some Depressing Trends. Economic and Political Weekly 39 (7): 625-628.

Bassett, R. 2009. Aligning India in the Cold War Era: Indian Technical Elites, the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur, and Computing in India and the United States. Technology and Culture 50: 783-810.

Coehlo, K. 2005. Unstating ‘the public’: an Ethnography of Reform in an Urban Public Sector Utility in South India. In David, M. & David, L. (eds.), Anthropology Upstream: The Ethnography of Aid Donors and Neoliberal Reform, 171-195. London: Pluto Press.

Coelho, K. 2006. Tapping In: Leaky Sovereignties and Engineered (Dis)Order in an Urban Water System. In Monica, N. et al (eds.), SARAI READER 06: Turbulence, 497-509. Delhi: Centre for the Study of Developing Societies.

Deshpande, J. V. 2000. AICTE as Politicians’ Handmaiden. Economic and Political Weekly 35 (49): 4307-4308.

Deshpande, J. V. 2000. Education: Teaching Is the Last Priority. Economic and Political Weekly 35 (37): 3291-3292.

Deshpande, J. V. 2000. Education as Business. Economic and Political Weekly 35 (28/29): 2506-2508.

Gupta R. and Singh, J.V. 2001. McKinsey’s Managing Director Rajat Gupta on Leading a Knowledge-Based Global Consulting Organization. The Academy of Management Executive (1993-2005) 15 (2) Positioning Organizations and People for Competitive Advantage: 34-44.

Ilavrasam, P. V. 2008. Software Work in India: A Labour Process View. In Upadhya, C. and Vasavi, A. R. (eds.), In an Outpost of the Global Economy: Work and Workers in India’s Information Technology Industry, 162-189. New Delhi: Routledge Talylor & Francis Group.

Jodhka, S. S. 2001. Minority Status for Sikhs in Punjab: What Does It Mean? Economic and Political Weekly 36 (18): 1498-1499.

Khadria, B. and Leclerc, E. 2006. Exode des emplois contre exode des cerveaux, les deux faces d’une même pièce? Autrepart, Revue des sciences sociales au sud 37: 47-51. Special issue on La Migration des Emplois Vers le Sud. France: IRD Editions.

Leslie, S. and R. Kargon (2006). Exporting MIT: Science, technology, and nation building in India and Iran. Orisis 21: 110-130.

Natarajan, R. 2002. Emerging Trends in Engineering Education -Indian Perspectives. Proceedings of 16th Australian International Education Conference 30 September4 October. Hobart.

Pandian, M. S. S. 2000. Myth of Creamy Layer. Economic and Political Weekly 35 (17): 1417.

Parthasarathy, B. 2006. The Political Economy of the Indian Software Industry. In Govindan Parayil (ed.). Political Economy in Information Capitalism in India. Digital Divide, Development and Equity. New York: Palmgrave macmillan. 153-173.

Parthasarathy, B. 2004. Globalizing Information Technology: The Domestic Policy Context for India’s Software Production and Exports. Iterations. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Software History (online) 3: 1-38.

Prasad, S. 2001. Gandhi’s Views on Science. Economic and Political Weekly 36 (48): 4434.

Prasad, S. 2001. Towards an Understanding of Gandhi’s Views on Science. Economic and Political Weekly 36 (39): 3721-3732.

Radhakrishnan, S. 2006. “Global Indians » and the Knowledge Economy: Gender and the Making of a Middle-Class Nation. Sociology. Berkeley, CA, University of California, Berkeley. Doctor of Philosophy: 237.

Radhakrishnan, S. 2008. Examining the ‘Global’ Indian middle class: Gender and culture in the Silicon Valley/Bangalore circuit. Journal of Intercultural Studies 29(1): 7- 20.

Raina, D. 2001. Visvesvaraya as Engineer-Sociologist and the Evolution of his Techno-Economic Vision. National Institute of Advanced Studies: Bangalore.

Rajendran, V. 2000. Reservation Policy. Economic and Political Weekly 35 (26): 2194+2344.

Saxenian, A. (2005). From Brain Drain to Brain Circulation: Transnational communities and regional upgrading in India and China. Studies in Comparative International Development 40(2): 35-61.

Sharma, S. 2005. Commercialisation of Higher Education in India. Social Scientist 33 (9/10): 65-74.

Tilak, J. B. G. 2005. Are We Marching towards Laissez-faireism in Higher Education Development? Journal of International Cooperation in Education 8 (1): 153-165.

Tilak, J. B. G. 2008. Transition from Higher Education as a Public Good to Higher Education as a Private Good: The Saga of Indian Experience. Journal of Asian Public Policy 1 (2): 220‐234.

Upadhya, C. 2006. The Global Indian Software Labour Force: IT Professionals in Europe. Indo-Dutch Programme for Alternatives in Development. Working Paper Series 1.

Varma, R. and Varma D. R. 2009. The Making of Indian Entrepreneurs in the US. Economic and Political Weekly, 44 (3): 64-69.

Varma, R. and Kapur, D. 2009. Access, satisfaction, and future: undergraduate education at the Indian Institutes of Technology. Higher Education 59, 6: 703-717.

Varma, R. 2008. Challenges to Diversity: A Case Study of Indian Scientists and Engineers. In Mannar I. Srinivasan (ed.) Communicating in a World of Diversity. Hyderabad, India: ICFAI University Press: 174-187 (Reprinted with permission from the American Society for Engineering Education).

Varma R., Prasad, A. and Deepak Kapur, D. 2006. Confronting ‘Socialization’ Barrier: Cross-Ethnic Differences in Undergraduate Women’s Preference for IT Education. In Joanne McGrath Cohoon and William Aspray (eds.) Women and Information Technology: Research on Underrepresentation. Cambridge: MIT Press. 301-323.

Varma, R. 2007. Changing Borders and Realities: Emigration of Indian Scientists and Engineers to the United States. Perspectives on Global Development and Technology, 6: 539-556.

Varma, R. and and Rogers, E. M. 2004. Indian Cyber Workers in US. Economic and Political Weekly, 39 (52): 5645-5652.

Varma, R. 2000. Technology and Ethics for Engineering Students. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 20 (3): 217-224.

Varshney, L. R. 2006. Private Engineering Education in India: Market Failures and Regulatory Solutions. Science, Technology, and Public Policy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology. November 29.

Visvanathan, S. 2001. Democracy, Governance and Science: Strange Case of the Missing Discipline. Economic and Political Weekly, 36 (39): 3684-3688.

Viswanadhan, K. G. 2008. Status of Undergraduate Engineering Education in India: An Analysis of Accredited Engineering Programmes. International Education Studies 1 (3): 99-107.

1990-1999

Ambirajan, S. 1995. Science and Technology Education in South India. In Macleod R. et Kumar D. (eds.), Technology and the Raj: Western Technology and Technical Transfers to India 1700-1947, 112-133. Delhi: Sage.

Ambirajan, S. 1996. The Professionalization of Economics in India. History of Political Economy 28: 80-96.

Bolding, A., Mollinga, P. P. and Straaten, K. V. 1995. Modules for Modernisation: Colonial Irrigation in India and the Technological Dimension of Agrarian Change. Journal of Development Studies 31 (6): 805-844.

Chitnis, S. 1993. Gearing a Colonial System of Education to Take Independent India towards Development. Higher Education 26 (1) Perspectives on Higher Education in India: 21-41.

Cuddy, B. P. and Mansell, T. 1994. Engineers for India: The Royal Indian Engineering College at Cooper’s Hill. History of Education Journal 23 (1): 107-123.

Deshpande, J. V. 1998. Seven Cannot Equal Eight. Economic and Political Weekly 33 (42/43): 2702.

Guha, S. 1998. From Dias to Doctors: The Medicalisation of Childbirth in Colonial India. In Lingam, L. (ed.) Understanding Women’s Health Issues: A Reader, 228-243. New Delhi: Kali.

Lakha, S. 1999. The state, globalization, and the Indian middle class. in Culture and privilege in capitalist Asia. M. J. Pinches (ed). New York: Routledge: 251-74.

Lakha, S. 1994. The New International Division of Labour and the Indian Computer Software Industry. Modern Asian Studies 28 (2): 381-408.

Mathew, E. T. 1990. Financing College Education in the Private Sector in Kerala. Economic and Political Weekly 25 (17): 943+945-954.

Muraleedharan, V. R. 1992. Professionalizing Medical Practice in Colonial South India. Economic and Political Weekly 27 (4): 27-37.

Parsons, L. B. 1996. Engineering in Context: Engineering in Developing Countries. Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and Practice 122(4): 170-176.

Pinto, A. 1994. Politics of Capitation Colleges. Economic and Political Weekly 29 (1/2): 31-33.

Raina, D. and Habib I. S. 1991. Technical Institutes in Colonial India Kala Bhavan, Baroda (1890-1990). Economic and Political Weekly 26 (46): 2619-2621+2623-2624.

Raina, D. and Habib, I. 1992. Technical Content and Social Context: Locating Technical Institutes. The First Two Decades in the History of the Kala Bhawan, Baroda (1890-1910). In Petitjean et al. (eds.), Science and Empire, 121-136. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publications.

Shatrugna, M. 1992. Decks Cleared for Capitation Fee Colleges. Economic and Political Weekly 27 (22): 1118-1119.

Singh, A. 1995. The IITs Yesterday and Tomorrow. Economic and Political Weekly 30 (38): 2389-2394.

Sinha, J. N. 1995. Technology for National Reconstruction: The National Planning Committee, 1938-49. In Macleod, R. And  Kumar D. (eds), Technology and the Raj: Western Technology and Technical Transfers to India 1700-1947, 250-264. Delhi: Sage.

Tilak, J. B. G. 1994. The Pests Are Here to Stay: Capitation Fee in Disguise. Economic and Political Weekly 29 (7): 348-350.

Wagner, C. H. 1999. Coming to America: The Journey of an Immigrant Scholar. The College Mathematics Journal 30 (1): 2-17.

1980-1989

Buchanan, R. A. 1985. The Rise of Scientific Engineering in Britain. The British Journal for the History of Science 18 (2): 218-233.

Buchanan, R. A. 1986. The Diaspora of British Engineering. Technology and Culture 27 (3): 501-524.

Deshpande, J. V. 1983. Engineering Education: Wholesale Adulteration. Economic and Political Weekly 18 (35): 1512-1514.

Mehta, M. 1985. Institution Building in Princely India: A Case Study of the Polytechnic Institute, Baroda, 1890-1896. In Proceedings of the 45th session of the Indian History Congress, 669-677. Aligarh: Gopal Printers.

Kumar, K. 1985. Reproduction or Change? Education and Elites in India. Economic and Political Weekly 20 (30): 1280-1284.

Kirpal, V. Swamidasan, N., Gupta, A. and Gupta, R. K. 1985. Scheduled Castes and Tribe Students in Higher Education: A study of an IIT. Economic and Political Weekly 20 (29): 1238-1248.

Kothari, V. N. 1986. Private Unaided Engineering and Medical Colleges: Consequences of Misguided Policy. Economic and Political Weekly 21 (14): 593-596.

Shatrugna, M. 1988. Privatising Higher Education. Economic and Political Weekly 23 (50): 2624-2626.

Sinha, Jai B. P. 1982. Power in Indian Organizations. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations 17, 3. 339-352.

1970-1979

Altbach, P. G. 1977. In Search of Saraswati: the Ambivalence of the Indian Academics. Higher Education 6: 255-275.

Bodas, G. N. 1973. On Technical Education with Special Reference to Gwalior Administrative Division. Social Scientist 1 (11): 63-71.

Devon, R. F. 1971. For Whom the Engineer Toils. Economic and Political Weekly 6 (48): 2395-2399+2401+2403-2404.

Eisemon, T.O. 1974. Institutional Correlates of Faculty Outlook and Professional Behaviours: a Study of Indian engineering faculty. Higher Education 3 (4): 419-437.

King, A. D. 1970. Elite Education and the Indian Economy: IIT Entrance 1965-70. Economic and Political Weekly 5 (35): 1463-1472.

King, A. D. 1970. The IIT Graduates 1970: Aspirations, Expectations, and Ambitions. Economic and Political Weekly 5 (36): 1497-1510.

Lykos, P. G. 1974. The Computer Illiteracy Problem: A Partial Solution. The American Mathematical Monthly 81 (4): 393-398.

Rae, J. B. 1975. Engineers Are People. Technology and Culture 16 (3): 404-418.

Rao, G. V. S.. 1972. Determinants of Job Satisfaction of Indian Engineers: A Test of the Two-Factor Theory. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations 8, 4. 605-619.

Shukla. 1970. Problems of Technical Education. Economic and Political Weekly 15 (18): 728-729.

Subrahmanyam, M. G. 1970. Problems of Technical Education. Economic and Political Weekly 5 (18): 728-729.

1960-1969

Hone, A. 1968. Economics of Improving Technical Education. Economic and Political Weekly 3 (1/2): 119-126.

Kothari, V.N. 1968. Why cut engineering education. Economic and Political Weekly 3 (23): 867-868.

Rajagopalan, C. and Singh, J. 1968. The Indian Institutes of Technology: Do they Contribute to Social Mobility? Economic and Political Weekly 3 (14): 565-570.

Schmitthener, S. 1968. Sketch of the development of legal profession in India. Law and Society Review 3 (2/3): 337-382.

Shils, E. 1969. The Academic Profession in India, Minerva 7 (3): 345-372.

Anonym. 1967. Development of Kanpur, a U S Concern. Economic and Political Weekly 2 (7): 393.