|Resolution Passed at Public Meeting||
This public meeting of the citizens of Durban at the Kathiawad Hindu Seva Samaj Hall .......
|Memorandum on the Indian Education in Natal||
The Natal Teachers' Society submits:
I (a) There has been no real progress in the Indian Education in Natal since the Cape Town Agreement of 1927.....
|The Indian Problem in South Africa||
AT the outset let me wholeheartedly express my profound sense of gratitude to the East India Association for this opportunity it has accorded me on behalf of the South African Indian Congress Delegation to deal with proposals, which not only affect the rights of my people in South Africa, but als
|The nationalization of Indian education in the Transvaal||
The lack of reliable, organised data in respect of Indian Education in its manifold aspects, has posed numerous difficulties for students, teachers and parents interested in this field.
|Indian Education in the 19th and 20th century (In Indian Centenary commemoration brochure)||
When primary education for the children of a community is limited to Standard IV for a period of 30 years, it goes without saying that this situation evinces apathy on the part of the Authorities! Such was the "chaotic" situation of Indian primary education in Natal from 1869 to l 899.
|THE HISTORY OF THE TEACHERS ASSOCIATION OF SOUTH AFRICA AND THE ROLE IT PlAYED IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION FOR INDIANS IN SOUTH AFRICA.||
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