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Education in Third World and India: A Development Perspective

Meenu Agrawal (Editor)
Synopsis 'Education is a progressive discovery of our ignorance' in developing countries economic growth can mainly be enhanced by a science and technology policy. However, science and technology can play their role in development only when the integrity of the whole enterprise-research institutions, universities, publications research priorities and emphasis and the education of creative scientists, as well as those active in science in preserved. Thus, the simplest strategy in developing countries is first of all, to increase the percentage of GNP that is to be devoted to universities and research institutions. The role of basic education, it is also important to ensure balanced development of education, other words improved education systems at all levels.
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About the author

Meenu Agrawal

Dr. Meenu Agrawal is the Readers & Head, Department of Economics, Ginni Devi Modi Girls (P.G) College, Modinagar (U.P)  She has Published many papers and participated in number of National Seminars.

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Title Education in Third World and India: A Development Perspective
Author Meenu Agrawal
Format Hardcover
Date published: 08.01.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8184570236
length xiv+490p., Tables; Figures.