Landmarks in the History of Modern Indian Education

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Landmarks in the History of Modern Indian Education by by J.C. Aggarwal

This book, Landmarks in the History of Modern Indian Education, has now entered its silver jubilee year. Over the years and through the six editions it has undergone thus far, it has become a students’ favourite. The book retraces the development of education in India since 1813 to the present day. Arranged chronologically, it also provides a progressive record of the thinking of policy makers who laid down the guidelines for future educational programmes and plans of action. The documents included in the book are rich in content and significant in objectives that form the core of educational thought in India. They cater to the needs of trainee teachers, supervisors, educators and policy makers in education. NEW IN THIS EDITION • Sachar Committee Report (2005–2006) • The National Knowledge Commission Report (2006) • Education in the Eleventh Five-Year Plan (2007–2012) • Report of the Committee on Renovation and Rejuvenation of Higher Education (2008–2009)

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