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Educational Progress in Rural Maharashtra
A. R. Kamat
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 3, No. 40 (Oct. 5, 1968), pp. 1534-1536
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4359142
Page Count: 3
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Literacy and education have made marked progress in India in the post-Independence period. But the progress has not been evenly distributed as between the different regions and social groups. The following study of educational progress in Maharashtra was based on socio-economic village surveys over the last two decades carried out by the Gokhale Institute. The implications for policy of the findings of the study are specific and useful.
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