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Education system in India before and after independence, and during British, History of Education in India

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An interesting fact about the Indian education system, even before colonial India :-

Between 1835 and 1838, William Adam, a Scottish missionary, conducted a survey on the state of education in Bihar and Bengal (Bihar and Bengal were ‘fused’ into each other even before the Battle of Plassey).

William Adam found that almost every village had a Pathshala and estimated that there were about 1,00,000 such schools in Bengal and Bihar.

Source: William Adam. Reports on the State of Education in Bengal (1835 and 1838) (ed. Anathanath Basu) (Calcutta, 1941), p.7.

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Rewati Raman Vishewar

Rewati Raman Vishewar, the author of this Article, has been working in the Education sector since 2003. He has worked for private education companies and has also worked in NGOs/CSOs/Govt sector. Presently his active area of interest is in Preschool to Primary Grades in the areas of Curriculum, Training, Assessment, and Research. He has worked on several researches and had also conducted a Six-Months research (unpublished) into Multi-Grade Multi-Level Curriculum for children from underprivileged/low Socioeconomic families.

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