Rema Devi is a part of the Field Practice team associated with the School of Public policy and Governance.
She has more than 20 years experience in working with Civil Society organisations.
She is associated with studies on Forest Right Act taken up by the University and also Practice Connect which attempts to reflect on the programs/activities taken by NGOs.
Prior to joining us, Rema worked with various organisations across India for twenty years, in Social Development & Public Health. During her career she has been exposed to various aspects of social work, which include program planning & implementation, capacity building, monitoring & evaluation, etc. Rema has a Bachelors in Physics and a Masters in Social Work from Mahatma Gandhi University, Kerala.
Publications and Writings:
- V. Santhakumar, John Kurien, Rema Devi (2018) Schooling of Children from Fisher Families
- V Santhakumar and Rema Devi (2019) The Efforts of NGOs to Improve Public Education: Lessons from Anandshala
- V.Santhakumar and Rema Devi (2019) The Need for Intercultural Education in India: Lessons from QUEST, Maharashtra
- Shipra Suneja and Remadevi (2019) Bringing Santhali Traditions to Mainstream Schooling: Lessons from Lakshmi Murmu Smiti Vidyalaya.
- Shipra Suneja, Ritika Gupta and Remadevi (2019)Safeguarding Tribal Languages, Lessons from the Bhasha’s Adivasi Academy, Tejgadh.
- Seema Purushothaman, Remadevi and Amrtia.C (2020) Implementation of Act: Lessons from Vazhachal Division of Kerala
- Seema Purushothaman, Remadevi and Amrtia.C (2020) Implementation of Forest Rights Act: Observations from Wayanad District of Kerala.