The Story of English in India
With Globalization, English Has Become An Economic Necessity And Indians Have Realized That They Have The English Advantage Over Many Other Countries Like China And Japan. India Has Shed Its Colonial Complexes Towards English And Has Come To Terms With The Language; Indians Have Separated The English Language From The English. The Story Of English In India Presents Historical Facts In A Socio-Cultural Framework. The Book Is A Must For All Teachers And Students Of English; It Will Be Useful For All Those Interested In The Politics Of Language And Education In India. Key Issues Discussed: - Are We Indebted To The British For Introducing English In India? - What Was The Role Of English During India'S Struggle For Freedom? - Has English United India? - Has English Divided India Into Two - The English Knowing Classes Who Govern And The Non-English Knowing Masses Who Are Governed? - Will English Ever Become An Indian Tongue Spoken In The Great Indian Language Bazaar? - What Will Be The Future Of Major Indian Languages In The Wake Of The English Onslaught? Will It End In Linguistic Imperialism And Cultural Colonialism?
The Grand Design
The Dissemination Phase
The Globalization Phase
administration Anglicists Arabic and Sanscrit areas became become Bengal Bentinck Bombay British bureaucratic Calcutta century Charles Grant Christian civilization colonial Committee communication culture Delhi educated Indians Education Commission education in India Empire encouragement England English and English English education English in India English language English literature established etcetera examination favour foreign language global Hindi Hindu important improvement Indian Education Indian English Indian languages Indian subcontinent Indian Universities introduced languages of India linguistic literary Lord Lord Curzon Macaulay Macaulay's Macaulayan Madras Madrassa medium of instruction missionaries mother tongue Muslim National native speaker official language Oriental Persian political programmes Raja Rammohan Roy Rammohan Roy recommended regional language religion Report rulers Sanskrit College second language secondary stage started system of education taught teachers teaching English teaching of English University Commission varieties of English vernacular languages Western Wood's Despatch