About the book:Stories Waiting to be Told is a collection of about a dozen stories based on practical experience and research in Remand Home and other Institutions in Mumbai. The case histories are presented in the form of stories at the same time the air of reality is maintained.
More details: The problems concerning children and Juvenile delinquency being universal, the intellectual content of this work will surely contribute to the advancement of knowledge in this field. For professionals and students of social work this will serve as a study material and for general readers of Indian writing in English, these are human interest stories. The language is professional in keeping with the language of the faculty of Social Sciences and at the same time from literary point of view it is lucid, fiery and flowery.
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Shrikant Murthy
Beginning his career as a Probation Officer in the Bombay Children’s Aid Society where he currently holds a senior position, Shri Murthy was required to do innumerable case studies of lost, run-away and the delinquent children admitted in Remand Homes and other child welfare agencies and submit written reports to the Juvenile Courts. Going down the memory lane, he has brought out this collection.