DR. rahul joshi

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Deputy Director

96, Parliament House,

Rajya Sabha Secretariat, New Delhi-110001

Phone- 011-23034565/ 9968581849

E-mail: rahulnjoshi@yahoo.co.in


A challenging career in the field of Interpretation, Translation,Teaching, Educational Research and Linguistics.


  • Recognized for high ethical standards in all work performed.

  • Trained public speaker. Clearly illustrate difficult to understand subjects.

  • Analytical ability combined with extensive experience in conception and execution.

  • A positive and confident personality blended with a strong work ethic.


Rajya Sabha Secretariat, Parliament of India, New Delhi

Deputy Director (Interpretation), Rajya Sabha, July 2008 – Present

News Service Division, All India Radio, New Delhi

News Reader, Translator and Editor (Consultant), October 2009 – Present

Provided Interpretation at various National and International Conferences

Provided translation services to the offices of high repute like the office of Hon’ble Vice-President, Prime-Minister, Speaker (Lok Sabha) and various Ministries

Have provided translation services to TRIFED, Ministry of Tribal Affairs

Empanelment as a subject expert with DAVP, Govt. of India

Translated four books from English to Gujarati

MCB & KJT College of Education, Ahmedabad

Assistant Professor, B.Ed, January 2008 – July 2008

Subjects: Educational Psychology, Eductional Management and Hindi

J.G. College of Education, Ahmedabad

Lecturer, B.Ed, July 2007 – December 2007

Subjects: School Administration, Educational Technology and Hindi

J.G. College of Performing Arts, Ahmedabad

Visiting Lecturer, July 2006 – June 2007

Subjects : Accoustics of Auditoriums

J.G. College of Primary Education, Ahmedabad

Lecturer, July 2005 – April 2006

Subjects : Philosophy of Education and Hindi
ASIA English School, Ahmedabad

Teacher, Senior Secondary Section, August 2003 – April 2007

Subjects : Sanskrit, Gujarati, Hindi, Chemistry, Music, Computers and English
The HBK New High School, Ahmedabad

Teacher, Senior Secondary Section, November 2002 – November 2003

Subjects : Sanskrit, Gujarati, Hindi, Chemistry, Music, Computers and English

Bhavan's R.A.College of Science, Ahmedabad,

Computer Programmer and System Developer, December 2000 – March 2002

Programming with Oracle and Visual Basic


1) Bhavan's R.A.College of Science, Ahmedabad

Bachelor of Science, Principal: Chemistry, Subsidiary: Physics, Biology

Additional Subjects: Computer Programming and Mathematical Applications

2) Madhya Pradesh Bhoj University, Bhopal

Master of Science (M.Sc.), Chemistry
Specialization: Chemistry of Natural Products, Medicinal Chemistry

3) Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad.

Bachelor of Arts, Principal: Hindi, Subsidiary: Gujarati, Sanskrit

4) Bhavnagar University, Bhavnagar

Master of Arts (M.A.), Hindi

  1. Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad

Hindi Anuwad Vineet ( Certificate in Hindi Translation )

  1. Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad

Hindi Anuwad Visharad ( Advanced Certificate in Hindi Translation )

7) Gujarat University, Ahmedabad

Bachelor of Arts, Principal : Sanskrit, Subsidiary : English
8) Gujarat University, Ahmedabad

Master of Arts (M.A.), Sanskrit, Specialization : Vyakarana Shastra (Grammar)
9) Shree Somnath Sanakrit University, Veraval

Sanskrit Acharya, Master of Arts (M.A.), Sanskrit, Specialization : Ramanuja Vedanta

10) Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad

Parangat (M.A.), Gandhian Philosophy
11) Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi

Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.)
12) Panjab University, Chandigarh.

Master of Education (M.Ed.), Education,
Specialization : (I) Teacher Education (II) Educational Management

13) Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mumbai.

Post-graduate Diploma in Electronic Data Processing and Computer Management. (P.G.D.C.A.)

Subjects : Computer Architecture and Hardware concepts, Advanced D.B.M.S., Programming with C, C++ and Foxpro, Data Processing through MS-Office, Management Information Systems
14) Brihad Gujarat Sangeet Samiti, Ahmedabad.

Sangeet Siksha Visharad (B.A. B.Ed.), Indian Classical Music

15) University Grants Commission (UGC), New Delhi

National Eligibility Test for Lectureship in Universities (NET), Gandhian Thought, Buddhist, Jaina and Peace Studies.
16) Indira Gandhi National Open University

Master of Business Administration (Pursuing the Course)
17) DOEACC – A Level (Pursuing the course)
18) Panjab University, Chandigarh

Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Title of Thesis: Education for Sustainable Development:

A Gandhian Approach


  1. The Implications of Upanishads for the Contemporary Scenario (Research Paper) – 44th All India Conference of Oriental Research, Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, July 2008

  1. Public-Private partnership in a Minimally invasive Education Approach (Research Paper) – State level Seminar on Public Private participation in Educational Management,

Ganpat University, Kherva, July 2008

  1. Education for Sustainable Development through Bhaja Govindam Stotram (Research Paper) – National Seminar on Stotra Kavya, Vivekanand College, Mahesana, March 2008

  1. Establishing New Foundations of Society in a Gandhian Way (Challenges for the Gandhian way in 21st Century: Re-discovering Gandhi today) (Research Paper) – Satyagraha Centenary International Conference, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, 2007

  1. Structuring and Placing Education for Sustainable Development in the Curriculum (Research Paper) – International conference on Education for Sustainable Development, AIAER, Dada Dukhyal College of Education, Adipur, Kachchh, 2007.

  1. Acharya Hazari Prasad Ka Samskriti Darshan – Seminar on the birth centenary of Acharya Hazari Prasad, Hindi Sahtya Academy, Gandhinagar, 2007.

  1. Yoga and Value Education (Research Paper) – National Conference on Yoga Education, Gujarat Vidyapith, Ahmedabad, 2007.

  1. Innovative Techniques in Chemistry Education (Research Paper)– National Convention of Chemistry Teachers, Lucknow University & Indian Association of Chemistry Teachers (IACT), Lucknow, 2005.

  1. How far is the present development complimentary to the views of Gandhiji and Vinobaji?

(Inter - University Seminar)- Siksha Mandal, Wardha, 2004.

  1. The Heritage of Upanishads (Research Paper) - Indian Council of Philosophical Research, New Delhi, 2004.

  1. The Iron Pillar of Delhi – A Rustless Wonder (Research Paper) – National Convention of Chemistry Teachers, Gujarat Council of Science City & Indian Association of Chemistry Teachers (IACT), Ahmedabad, 2004.

  1. How far are the views of Gandhiji and Vinobaji complimentary to the present development (Inter - University Seminar) - Siksha Mandal, Wardha, 2004.

  1. How far are the views of Gandhiji and Vinobaji relevant to the problem of Religious fundamentalism in today's world? (Inter - University Seminar) - Siksha Mandal, Wardha, 2003.


  • Awarded the title of The Excellent Young Educator” by The Eklavya Foundation, 2006.

  • Stood University First at the Sanskrit Essay Competition organized by the Panjab University, Chandigarh, 2006.

  • Felicitated by the University for standing First in various competitions related to Gandhian Philosophy - Gujarat Vidyapith, 2004.

  • Felicitated by the AIU for participating in various events related to Classical music and Elocution. - Association of Indian Universities, 2003 and 2004.

  • Felicitated by the Parishad for standing First at various competitions. - Hindi Sahitya Parishad, 2000, 2001 and 2002.

  • Stood First in three events (Classical music, Elocution and Poetry writing) at the University Youth Festival. - Gujarat University, 2000.


  • A study of Educational thoughts of Secondary School Teachers with reference to Gandhian Principles; Gujarat Vidyapith, 2004.

  • Educational Philosophy of Shrimad Bhagwad Geeta and it’s implications for the contemporary Educational Scenario; Panjab University, 2006-2007.

  • A Gandhian Approach towards Education for Sustainable Development; PhD Thesis; Panjab University, Chandigarh


  • A proven, verifiable track record for accomplishing the most challenging goals, making a "strong commitment with a sense of personal responsibility for the whole, resulting in superior service."

  • Possessing a deep insight in the field of Indian Philosophy and wisdom.

  • Having innovative ideas and courage to use them.

  • Primary strengths are excellent leadership, analytical, communication, and interpersonal skills.

  • Adept at public speaking and translating jargon into understandable terms.

  • A quick learner who enjoys keeping current with new developments.

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