Dr. Archana Swati Njoku is an Indian whose passion is centered on Educational Development System and processes as a key to change and to aid the socio-economic development in the society or the nation at large. She has been passionate about the role of Girl Child, Gender equity, etc.
Educating the girls tantamount to educating half of the ensuring citizenry of the state/nation.
An educated, enlightened and enlivened population is this an invaluable asset any society can cherish.
She worked in the Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi as a Senior Research Assistant in a Project funded by the Government of India as a social scientist teaching the women to accept, promote a new cleaner and better way to cook food protecting their eyes and general health by using improved cook stoves using biomass for cooking than depleting forests by using woods, in the Department of Rural Development Technology, IIT, Delhi, India.
Prior coming to Nigeria she was the Pioneer Principal of Kushmi Girls Inter College (English Medium) Gorakhpur U.P. India. This College was the first of its kind for girls.
Her research works centre around the role of Education Sector by building up policies, planning and guidelines for effective learning and linkages to meet up the global challenges and trends.
She lectures 100 and 200 level students and has held many administrative posts in the Directorate of General Studies of the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria.
- Ph.D. -University of Gorakhpur U.P. India (1991) History and International Relations.
- M.A.-University of Madurai Kamraj. T.N. History (1985)
- B.A. -University of Jabalpur, M.P. India (1980)
- Adv. Dip-Fruit and Food Preservation Gorakhpur
- Faishon Designing – WWA. (1995) New Delhi, India
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