Avkash Jadhav

Avkash Jadhav
St. Xavier's College, Bombay · Department of History

Doctor of Philosophy
Working on the Mill Workers of Mumbai. As part of the Major Research Project of Indian Council of Historical Research

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Introduction
Avkash Jadhav currently works at the Department of History, St. Xavier's College, Bombay. Avkash does research in Educational Theory, Educational Policy and Higher Education. His primary area of interest is Indian History and especially the Labour Movement and History of Ancient India (Religions, symbolism, art and architecture etc). He also focuses on the issues of Human rights. He is also into documentaries and engages on the issue of governance. He was part of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai as the Municipal Councillor from 2012-2017. He has good commnad on the Issues of the city of Mumbai city. His has successfully introduced various civic welfare polices and has been an active hertigae protection activist.
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August 1997 - present
St. Xavier's College Autonomous
Position
  • Head of Department
Description
  • To design the Syllabus, Mentoring of the students, Evaluation and Assessment, to guide the students for assignments, to develop and enhance their learning and research methodology skills.

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Publications (12)
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Published Poems Titles Sometimes, Can You Feel the Love, Tabula Rasa, Vasundhara and Killing the Dove
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India has been a country to raise inquisitiveness from ancient times. The era of colonialism in India unfolds many dimensions of struggle by the natives and the attempts of travesty by the imperialist powers. This paper will focus on the two landmark legislation of the end of the 19th century specifically pertaining to the labour conditions in Indi...
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Introduction: India has a glorious past and has equally a very illustrious history of the struggle for its independence. In the struggle for political freedom, the socially deprived classes did not have much scope to seek liberation from their societal stratification. This paper will highlight the pivotal role played by one such maker of Modern I...
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In ancient times the western region of the north Konkan coast of India was known only for the port of Sopara and the caves at Kanheri, Mandepeshwar and Elephanta. The geopolitical and religious dynamics of the present territorial zone under study was silent but effectively contributory. The advent of various dynasties in medieval India, eventually...
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The advent of the British in India as the East India Company is documented with the arrival of Vasco De Gama when he landed at Calicut in 1498. In the span of four centuries the country witnessed various stages of imperialism, from requesting concessions for trading to acquiring their spheres of influence over certain territories, then declaring ce...
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Since Paleolithic times man has entered the dead caverns deep in the earth and in natural rock shelters. In India, the romancing with the stone set a new benchmark, first with a highly urbanized civilization, then with the series of cave architecture and temples. The first group of excavations occurred in the Barabar and Nagarjuni hills in Bihar. T...
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The development of the Industrial Revolution had pushed many European nations on the threshold of Industrial Development. The ripple effect of their socio-economic changes even engulfed the newly acquired colonies around the world. As the idea of industrial revolution filtered down from England to India, it also brought with it the stages of evolut...
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The development of the Industrial Revolution had pushed many European nations on the threshold of Industrial Development. The ripple effect of their socio-economic changes even engulfed the newly acquired colonies around the world. As the idea of industrial revolution filtered down from England to India, it also brought with it the stages of evolut...
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Among the greatest teacher's of the world Gautama Sakhyamuni alone has the glory of having rightly judged the intrinsic power of man's capacity to work out his salvation, without any extraneous aid. He distinctly tells us that everyone must bear the burden of his own sins, that every man must be a fabricator of his liberation. He does not profess t...
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Historiography represents different schools, which reveals and reflects their identity through certain identifiable styles, techniques, approaches, methodologies and justification. As the modern Indian historiography is more the outcome of western ideas than the locally developed one. It was out of the very nationalist historical writings that the...
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BHAGAT SINGH: A REVOLUTIONARY WITH A VISION History is the record of man's steps and slips towards progress. To write true history is always offensive to those who have an interest in concealing it. The sand of history is a too uncertain foundation on which time again we try to establish past interpretation based on the past actuality. Though we ca...