Journal of Technology Management for Growing Economies <p>The Journal of Technology Management for Growing Economies (JTMGE) was started in 2010 with an intent to extensively cover research work with innovations and management of technology. Technology has a direct impact on our lives. It is a well-known fact that the developed economies are surging ahead to the next level of growth whereas the emerging economies are still reeling under pressure with numerous issues to manage the innovations in multiple domains viz. education, healthcare, transport, energy, environment, agriculture and shelter among others. Here, sharing and management of technology can play a key role in making a difference to the lives of so many people providing a better quality of life. The Journal of Technology Management for Growing Economies (JTMGE) has therefore been created to assess and debate about relevant technologies which could bring about a change in growing economies.</p> <p>The Journal of Technology Management for Growing Economies (JTMGE) is a biannual, open access and fully refereed international journal. Being focused on Engineering and Management, it broadly covers contemporary research work on technology and strategies for effective management of research outcomes in these fields. We do not charge any publication fees from prospective authors.</p> <p>JTMGE publishes only original, unpublished manuscripts such as Research Papers, Survey Papers, Review Papers, Thesis (or Chapters thereof) and Case Studies. JTMGE boasts of its fast review process. The manuscripts are blind peer reviewed within two weeks of submission and authors are communicated regarding the same.</p> <p>JTMGE has a team of scientists and academicians on its review panel and advisory board. The blind peer review process ensures that only high quality research papers are selected for final publication. Critical evaluation of research paper is performed by each reviewer of JTMGE, with special emphasis on identification and reporting of plagiarism. At JTMGE, our endeavor is to ensure novelty in each research manuscript being published therein.</p> <p><strong>The areas of interest of JTMGE include, but are not limited to: </strong></p> <ul class="list5"> <li class="show">Housing and Infrastructure</li> <li class="show">Energy</li> <li class="show">Empowerment of People</li> <li class="show">Water Management</li> <li class="show">Education Engineering and Management</li> <li class="show">Environment</li> <li class="show">Knowledge Management</li> <li class="show">Transportation</li> <li class="show">Technology Transfer and Management</li> <li class="show">Managing Marketing Mix</li> </ul> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> en-US (Dr. Jaiteg Singh) (Sukhjinder Singh) Tue, 17 Sep 2019 11:17:41 +0530 OJS 60 The Role of a Responsible Global Citizen (Gitizen) in the 21st Century: The Need, the Challenges and the Future <p>UNESCO promoted global citizenship (gitizenship) since the launch of the UN Secretary-General’s Global Education First Initiative (GEFI) on August 22nd<br>2012, which made fostering global citizenship one of its three priorities. This is a pedagogical guidance on global citizenship with 3 major outcomes: Education,<br>Defense and Trade. (Taylor, 1997). It is the prerogative of the international community to clarify the conceptual underpinnings of global citizenship and provide<br>policy and programmatic directions, this paper which is to a large extent conceptual and directive in nature has been developed in response after deeply studying the needs and demands of and on integrating global citizenship in most of the active countries in the world. It presents suggestions for translating global citizenship education concepts into practical and age specific topics learning objectives in a way that follows principles of adaptation in local contexts.It is intended as a resource for educators, curriculum developers, trainers as well as policy-makers, but it will also be useful for other education stakeholders working in non-formal and informal settings. Global citizenship encompasses a sense of belonging to whole humanity and common mankind. It emphasizes political, economic, social and cultural interdependency and interconnectedness between the local, the national and the global. Growing interest in global citizenship has resulted in an increased attention towards global dimension of citizenship, education, policy, curricula, teaching and learningThey can serve as the basis for defining global citizenship goals, learning objectives and competencies, as well as priorities for assessing and evaluating learning. These core conceptual dimensions are based on three domains of learning: cognitive, socio-emotional intelligence and global citizenship education (Freud, 1905).</p> Uchit Kapoor, Robert Seinfield Copyright (c) 2019 Mon, 01 Apr 2019 00:00:00 +0530