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Book Details


History of Education in Medieval India
1192 A.D. - 1757 A.D.
Suresh Chandra Ghosh
Bibliography : x, 176pp., Demy 8vo.
HB ISBN (10) : 817536193X
HB ISBN (13) : 9788175361935




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About the Book:

Based on Persian, Arabic and Turki sources as available in English translations as well as supplemented by the contemporary travellers' accounts and the factory records of the European companies from the beginning of the sixteenth century onwards, the work attempts to analyse the history of education in Medieval India as a part of the wider study of history of society, social history broadly interpreted with the politics, the economics and the religion put into it. It analyses the advent of the Islam and the nature of the Islamic rule in the country, the contributions made by the Delhi Sultans and the Mughal Emperors, the Provincial Governors and the Nobles to the promotion of learning and the extent of vocational and Hindu learning in Medieval India.

It also examines the nature of female education and the development of vernacular languages including Hindi and the emergence of Urdu as the largely spoken language among the Muslims and of village schools by the end of our period and finally adds an epilogue critically summarising the findings of the present research on education in Medieval India. Written in a clear, simple and lucid style, the work not only meets the requirements of the graduate and post-graduate students of the history of education but also holds the attention of the scholars interested in Medieval India.



About the Author:

Formerly a member on the UGC Education Panel and associated with a number of UGC committees including the Working Group on Higher Education for IX plan as well as with the Rehabilitation Council of India as a member of many of its committees and sub-committees, Suresh Chandra Ghosh was a post-doctoral Fellow in History at Edinburgh University, in 1968-70, Honorary visiting Scholar at the University of London, Institute of Education in 1981, a Visiting Fellow at the Maison Des Sciences De L'Homme, Paris, in 1991-92, at the Institute of Advanced Study of Humanities in Edinburgh in 1992 and at the University of Western Ontario, London and the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, Toronto, in 1993.

In 1988 he was sponsored by the New Delhi Ford Foundation to deliver a lecture on the 1986 New Education Policy in India at the Duke and the Indiana Universities in the United States. Author of twelve research monographs and twelve papers mostly published abroad, he is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of Paedagogica Historica, Belgium and now a Gast Professor at Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat, Jena, Germany, since April 2000. His forthcoming publications include History of Education in Ancient India, 3000 B.C. to 1192 A.D.

History of Education in Medieval India, by Suresh Chandra Ghosh

 

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