Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 4, p. 455.
ED UCA TIOi
educational standard is equal to that in the neighbouring
British Districts. In recent years considerable attention has
been given to education in a number of Native States. No
complete survey of the progress made is possible, but the large
States of Baroda, Mysore, Travancore, and Gwalior may be
specially mentioned. In Baroda an interesting experiment has
been made by the enforcement of attendance at primary schools
within a limited area.
Rejort of the Indian Education Commtnission, 8S3.
Sir Alfred Croft.-Review of Education in India in i886.
A. M. Nash.-Progress of Education in India, 1887-8 to 1S91-2.
J. S. Cotton.-Progress of Education in India, 1892-3 to 1896-7.
R. Nathan.-Progress cf Ediuation in India, 1S97-8 to 19o1-2.
Report of the Indian 3Universities CommNission, 1902.
Indian Universities Act VIII of 1904.
Occasional Reports of the Director-General of Education in India.
No. i, Rural Schools in the Centtral Provinces.
No. 2, Vernacular Reading Books in the Bombay Presidency, by J. G.
Syed Mahmood.-Histo;y of English Education in India (Aligarh, Is89).