General Report on Public Instruction in the Bengal Presidency
Bengal Secretariat Book Depot, 1863 - Education
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30th April addition Aided Aided schools allowance amount Anglo-Vernacular schools appear appointed Assam attendance average Baboo Babu Bengal boys Calcutta candidates Central Division Circle College cost course Dacca Department Deputy Inspector desire district Ditto English Entrance Examination established Examination Excellent Expenditure fact Fair fees five four Funds Girls give given Government Grade Grant Grant-in-aid head master Higher Class Hooghly improvement includes increase Indifferent inspection Inspectors of Schools Institutions instruction knowledge language Lower Class Martin mensem ment Middle Class Mission Moderate month monthly native Normal school North Nuddea obtained officers passed patshalas Persian present Private pupils Rajshahi received Reports of Inspectors respect rewards Rolls rules Rupees salary sanctioned scholars scholarships shews standard subjects successful taught teachers teaching tion Unclassed University Vernacular schools village West Zillah schools
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