Crushing & Grinding Machines

CHAPTER 1 HOW WHEN AND WHERE QUESTION ANSWERS

Answer James MIll divided his book into three period namely Hindu Muslims and British According to his prejudiced version of Indian history the British rule represents all the forces of progress and civilisation while the period before British rule represents darkness ignorance despotism religious intolerance caste taboos...

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Answer The Hindu College was established in Benaras to encourage the study of ancient Sanskrit texts that would be useful for the administration of the country Question 4 Name two individuals who sharply attacked the Orientalists Answer James Mill and Thomas Babington Macaulay Question 5...

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Oct 10 2018 0183 32 Answer Both James Mill and Thomas Macaulay saw India as an uncivilized country that needed to be civilized And for this purpose European education Was essential They felt that knowledge of English would allow Indians to read some of the finest literature of the world it would make them aware of the developments in Western science and...

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political science css past papers questions answers on the topic of liberty for competitive examination freely available to download for pdf export View Answer Workspace Report Discuss in Forum 2 James Mill View Answer Workspace Report Discuss in Forum 9...

Utilitarianism by John Stuart Mill

In his Autobiography John Stuart Mill 1806-1873 depicts his extraordi-narily rigorous early education under his father James Mill a member of the utilitarian circle known as the Philosophical Radicals At the age of fourteen he studied chemistry zoology logic and higher mathematics with...

John Stuart Mill

Mill known for his clear writing style and compelling logic advanced and popularized such ideals as social and sexual equality the public ownership of national resources and political liberty Mill was tutored at a tender age by his father James Mill who was an agnostic...

James Mill Biography

May 06 2015 0183 32 James Mill was born April 6 1773 in the parish of Logie Pert Forfarshire in Scotland His father James was a poor shoemaker and his mother...

Class 08 Social Science History Civilising The Native

Correct Answer James Mill Q2 Identify this famous historian from the following clues He was the most outspoken and influential critic who attacked the Orientalists He saw India as an uncivlised country that needed to be civilized...

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

Answer James Mill did not cherish any positive idea about India He was of the opinion that all Asian societies were at a lower level of civilisation than Europe According to his telling of history before the British came to India the Hindu and the Muslim despots ruled the country Religious intolerance caste taboos and superstitious...

NCERT Solutions for Class 8 Social Science History Chapter

a James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists Answer True b The 1854 Despatch on education was in favour of English being introduced as a medium of higher education in India Answer False c Mahatma Gandhi thought that the promotion of literacy was the most important aim of education Answer...

Government work by Mill Britannica

Other articles where Government is discussed James Mill One of the articles government had considerable influence on public opinion in the 1820s See the Britannica Classic government In it Mill concluded that a representative democracy based on wide suffrage is a necessary element of good government Government which was possibly the most succinct statement of the...

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James Mill a Scottish economist and political philosopher had published a massive three-volume work A History of British India in 1817 In this he divided Indian...

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According to James Mill Hindu and Muslim ruled India before the British conquered India Before the British conquered India the people followed superstitious beliefs racial discrimination caste issues child marriage dowry system and many more There were many debates conducted by the historians on the topic of those three religions...

Why did James Mill and Thomas Macaulay think that European

James Mill and Thomas Babington Macaulay thought that European education was essential for India because they were of the opinion that the knowledge of the East was unscientific illogical and irrational They contended that the western education was scientific and logical...

James Mill

James Mill s father was a shoemaker in the small village of Northwater Bridge where James was born and attended the local school His mother Isabel was quite ambitious for the social advancement of her first son and James unlike his younger sister and brother was forbidden manual labor so that he could devote himself exclusively to education and become a gentleman...

Class 8 History Chapter 8 Civilising the Native Educating

Answer William Jones - respect for ancient cultures Rabindranath Tagore - learning in a natural environment Thomas Macaulay - promotion of English education Mahatma Gandhi - critical of English education Pathshalas - gurus 2State whether true or false a James Mill was a severe critic of the Orientalists True...