انیسیوں اور بیسویں صدی میں ہندوستان کا تعلیمی منظر نامہ اور اقبال کا نقطۂ نظر

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  • شیراز زیدی

Abstract

Since 1600 to 1698, the East India Company took no interest in the field of education of India. For the first time in 1698, the Company through an Act started establishing schools in its cantonments for the children of their Europeans officers. In 1755, the Company has its intention to spread Education even among the people of India. In 1813, the Company through its charter agreed to invest in Education under its system of states. This article discusses the education in India since 1813 for which Lord Macaulay had a key role to play. In 1854, Wood’s Education Dispatch announced that the main objective of Education was to enforce European and Scientific education. In the beginning of the twentieth century, Allama Iqbal criticised the conception of European education through his prose and poetry.

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Published

2022-12-01

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