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2021, Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part A

Rise and growth of Western Scientific Education in Colonial India: Social and Cultural perspective


Author(s): Harish Kumar

Abstract: In the present paper I want to discuss the rise and growth of the modern western education system and their impact upon the society of colonial Punjab. This paper traces the story of the rise and growth of modern education in Punjab under British Rule. How modernization and radical change came with the Macally Minutes and other education Institutions played an important role for the legitimacy of British Raj in India and how created a group who remained loyal to the British policies and programmes which were responsible for the establishment of robust knowledge building in India. This paper provided a development of modern education from Charter Act 1813 to the independence of India.

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Harish Kumar. Rise and growth of Western Scientific Education in Colonial India: Social and Cultural perspective. Int J Hist 2021;3(1):37-40.
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