“A View of Higher Education in India”, a public lecture by Prof. Ganesh Devy delivered on September 26th, 2010 at the National Institute of Advanced Studies, Bangalore

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This lecture was delivered by Prof. Ganesh N. Devy as part of a national consultation on ‘Education among Adivasis/Tribals’ held at NIAS (September 26-28th, 2010) under the ‘Education Portfolio’. The ‘Education Portfolio’ is supported by the Dorabji Tata Trust, Mumbai and its activities focus on conducting research related to issues of education at all levels. Research under the ‘Platform for Education Policy’ focuses on reviewing and assessing various policies at the central and state levels, while the ‘Curriculum Exchange Network’ focuses on developing and fostering debates and sharing of curricula for various subjects and disciplines.

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