Higher Education in India Since Independence: U.G.C and its Approach

  • 1 customer review

Price : US$ 38.46


  • Author :O.P. Gupta
  • Year of Publication :1993
  • ISBN: :9788170224471
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 312
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Education

Related Books

Cost and Finance of Higher Education in Mizoram
Rs. 600.00
Abdul Hannan Barbhuiya
Women`s Higher Education in the 19th Century
Rs. 300.00
Gouri Srivastava
Issues in Higher Learning Institutions
Rs. 750.00
G. Palanithurai
Higher Education: An International Perspective
Rs. 1650.00
Mujibul Hasan Siddiqui

About the Book :

HIGHER EDUCATION in India Since Independence: UGC and Its Approach is unique and first attempt to provide compact and comprehensive reference source on Higher Education, which after Independence has introduced a number of innovations to make education direct concern of human resource development. This publication is outcome of consolidation of information resources and bibliographic data culled from various sources to reflect the major trends of higher education in modern India. The first section is an introduction to UGC initiatives and its role in the development of higher education; Section II provides an annotation to the UGC contributions for various disciplines and studies on issues relating to University System, Section III is designed to serve references available in the field of higher education which gives list of both Indian and foreign selected books and journals on education and Section IV consists indexes to operate the text. The book is designed to meet the reference requirements of students, teachers, researchers and policy-makers. It will prove handy and useful to all those who are interested in the latest developments of Higher Education and working of the UGC the promoter of educational programmes of Central Government for co-ordination and standardisation of teaching, research and examinations.

About Author :

O.P. Gupta (b. 1947) is at present working in University Grants Commission. He holds Ph.D. (Hindi) Agra and degree in Master in Library Science form AMU, Aligarh. He began his career as college librarian (1971-73); served at central headquarters, CGWB, Ministry of Agriculture (1974-80) and since December 1980 has been serving the UGC in various capacities. Dr. Gupta is a scholar, writer and is associated with a number of professional and non-professional bodies and committees. He has been working as member secretary to the panel on LIS education and to the Committee on Curriculum Development of LIC education of UGC. His publications include Dictionary of library and Information Science, Development of University Libraries in India after Independence, and Higher Education in India since Independence; UGC and its Approach.