Why did the British introduce the new system of education in India?
The British introduce the new system of education in India so that they could easily colonize them.
What is the difference between the system of education in ancient India and the current system. Has it changed?
In ancient India the system of education was through Gurukuls where the students were sent for education. All the students had to live in the gurukul and study there only. There were different gurukuls for boys and girls and the medium of education was Sanskrit or Hindi. The gurukuls are still there spread all over the country imparting education in the ancient style but with the British coming to India, the education system changed a…
India under the British Raj experienced legal modernization as well as education and industrialization. The fourth largest railway system in the world was built in India in the second half of the 19th century. However, the social hierarchy also became more rigid under the Victorian British and famines were a major recurring issue.