Development of Education in Madhya Pradesh, 1861-1947

ISBN Number : 81-7493-776-5

Library Price : Rs.375

Library Dollar Price : 15$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2000

No. Of Pages : 293

About The Book

The present study pertains to this administrative area, the old Central Provinces and Berar. The Central Provinces were constituted in 1861. Certain changes in the area took place immediately after, by the addition of Sambalpur and Nimar. In 1874, by the transfer to Madras of some portions, a further change took place. Berar came under the administration of the Central Provinces in 1903 and for all practical purposes was a part of it. In 1936, it formerly became a part of the province. After the transfer of Sambalpur area in 1905 to Bengal, the Province remained the same for the rest of the period under study. So, though the state came to be known as Madhya Pradesh after the inaugration of the Constitution, so far as the period under study is concerned, it was either `Central Provinces`or `Central Provinces and Berar.`

Book Content of Development of Education in Madhya Pradesh, 1861-1947

 

PART I FORMATION OF THE PROVINCE AND DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION UPTO 1902

  1. The Central Provinces and Berar - A brief Historical Background
  2. Establishment of the Modern System of Education (1861-1902)

PART II ADMINISTRATION FINANCE AND CONTROL

  1. Administration, Finance and Control

EDUCATION IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

  1. Primary Education Background of Political Events
  2. Secondary Education
  3. University and Higher Education
  4. Professional and Technical Education
  5. Women`s Education

PART IV ADMINISTRATION, FINANCE AND CONTROL

  1. Some Special Aspect of Education

APPENDICES

Appendix `A`

Appendix `B`

Appendix `C`

Appendix `D`

Bibliography

  1. Bibliography
  2. Official Documents Publication etc.

About The Author

Dr. W.V. Bhave is M.A. (English) from the University of Lucknow, a student of Prof. N.K. Sidhanta. For one year after his M.A. in 1938, he worked as Reader to Dr. (Wrangler) R.P. Paranjapye who was then Vice-Chancellor of Lucknow University. Shri Bhave also studied English rhetoric at the Rt. Hon`ble S. Shriniwas Shastri who was the President of the Servants of India Society, Pune started by late Gopal Krishna Gokhale.

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