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| Introduction to wood despatch | | | |[pic] | |UNIT STRUCTURE | |1. | |Learning Objectives | | | |2. | |Introduction | | | |3. | |Historical Events Leading to the Despatch | | | |4. | |Recommendations of the despatch | | | |5. | |Evaluation of the Despatch | |1. | |Merits of Wood Despatch | | | |2. | |Demerits of Wood Despatch. | | | | | | | |6. | |Let Us Sum Up | |...
References: |Therefore, the declaration issued on July 19, 1854 was known as “Wood’s Despatch”, although it is said that the Despatch was |
|written by the famous thinker John Stuart Mill, a clerk of the company at that time
|suggestions of the Committee were issued as a Charter of Education on July 19, 1854. Charles Wood was the president of the Board|
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