Indian & Western Educational Philosophy
All important matters relating to educational philosophy that have bearing on human life and conduct have been taken into consideration quite exhaustively in this book. Care has also been taken to discuss each topic quite elaborately so that the reader can have a clearer view of each school of philosophy. Educational implications are highlighted in bold. Each chapter has a set of questions which can possibly be asked in any examination relating to education. Most answers to these questions are implicit specifically within the emboldened text contained within each chapter. The book will be highly useful for the M.Ed. and B. Ed. students of any Indian University and also to them who wish to take any competitive examinations at a level where education is one of the papers to be examined.
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