Inclusive Education Homestead Land Rights Culture & Livelihoods Bringing the Children to Neighbourhood Schools: Ensuring enrolment, retention and participation of Out-of-school children in Wazirganj Block, Gaya District, Bihar, supported by UNICEF, India (2015-2016). The status of teachers in elementary schools with reference to the provisions of the Right to Education Act, 2009, supported by Oxfam, India (2015-2016). Pilot initiative to Promote Inclusive Education in Bihar through influencing the Teaching -Learning modules, supported by PACS, India (2013-2015). Social Assessment Study on Teacher Education in Bihar, supported by World Bank, India (2013). Social Hierarchy and Notion of Educability P D Singh Sanjay Kumar Experiences of Teachers and Children from Marginalized and Non-Marginalized Communities in Schools in Gaya, Bihar, India, supported by DFID, India (2008-2009). The Language and Teaching Techniques of Science and Mathematics, supported by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India (2002-2003). Reconstructing Contents and Methods of Teaching for Dalit Children, supported by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India (2002-2005). The Impact of Community Mobilization on Land Rights Governance: Evidence from a Homestead Land Entitlement Initiative in Gaya District of Bihar, India, supported by London School of Economics and Political Sciences and University of Oxford, UK (2015-2017). Capacity Building and Policy Advocacy for Land Rights and Entitlements of the SC communities, particularly Women in Gaya District of Bihar, supported by PACS, India (2012-2016). Right to Homestead land in Rural Bihar: A Study of its Status, Issues, and Challenges in Implementation of Policies and Provisions, supported by Niti Aayog (replace to the Planning Commission), India (2012-2014). Cultural Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Livelihoods: Situating Cultural Practices of Marginal Communities, supported by Deshkal Society (2008). Enabling Development in Bihar Agenda for Action, supported by Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, India (2006).