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History and development of education in modern India

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Sarup Book Publishers, Volume 1st, New Delhi (2010)

Call Number:

Cubb LA1151 .H57 2010

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8797483

Keywords:

Education--India--History--18th century, Education--India--History--19th century, English language--Study and teaching--India

Abstract:

Contents: v. 1. The beginning of English education in India -- v. 2. Christian education in India -- v. 3. Early developments in Indian education -- v. 4. Oriental versus Anglicist controversy in Indian education -- v. 5. Vernacular versus Anglicist controversy in Indian education -- v. 6. Macaulay and his education policy -- v. 7. Wood's education policy -- v. 8. The education commission of 1882-83 and development of education -- v. 9. Lord Curzon and his education policy -- v. 10. Development of education in provinces since-1900 -- v. 11. National education movement -- v. 12 (pts. 1-2). Some convocation addresses of Calcutta University -- v. 13. Special English schools -- v. 14. Basis education -- v. 15. Post war Indian education plan -- v. 16. Reform in university education in modern India -- v. 17. Governance and administration of universities in modern India -- v. 18. Problems and challenges of university education in modern India -- v. 19. Report of the secondary education commission -- v. 20. Major issues in secondary education in modern India.

Publication Language:

eng