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Bureau of Education India Post-War Educational Development in India January 1944

1944

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INTRODUCTION 1. The White Paper containing proposals for the post-war expansion of the British system of Education which was laid before Parliament not long ago begins with these words :— Upon the education of the people of this country the fate of this country depends." If the people of Great Britain which even before the war was spending from public funds the equivalent of Rs. [...] It has been assumed that the former will generally be mixed but that separate schools for boys and girls will be the rule in the latter: In 1942 the Central Advisory Board of Education appointed a Committee to consider the whole question of the recruitment training and conditions of service of teachers and the recommendations contained in their report were adopted unanimously by the Board at thei [...] set out in the report the Central Government should contribute not loss than half the amount of the approved net recurring expenditure on basic ' education in each province the balance to be found by the Provincial Government and the local bodies' entrusted by it with the administration of compulsory education. [...] 8 their dec-sion was : While the majority of the members of the Board accepted the view of the Committee the official members representing the Government of India expressed - their inability to commit themselves in any way. [...] The standards in regard to the training recruitment and conditions of service of teachers prescribed in the report of the Committee approved by the Central Advisory Board in 1943 represent the minimum compatible with the success of a national system : these should be adopted and eiorced everywhere.

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Frontmatter i-iv unknown

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Introduction 1-5 unknown

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Chapter I.—Basic (Primary and Middle) Education 6-12 unknown

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Chapter II.—Pre-Primary Education 12-15 unknown

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Chapter III.—High School Education 15-22 unknown

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Chapter IV.—University Education 22-28 unknown

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Chapter V.—Technical Commercial and Art Education 28-38 unknown

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Chapter VI.—Adult Education 38-47 unknown

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Chapter VII.—The Training of Teachers 47-52 unknown

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Chapter VIII.—The Health of the School Child 52-61 unknown

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Chapter IX.—The Education of the Handicapped 61-66 unknown

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Chapter X.—Recreative and Social Activities 67-70 unknown

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Chapter XI.—Employment Bureaux 70-72 unknown

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Chapter XII.—Administration 72-76 unknown

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Conclusion 76-85 unknown

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Appendix 85-92 unknown

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Backmatter i-i unknown

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education

Pages
109
SARF Document ID
sarf.143388

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