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Rural development and social change an experiment in non-formal education by J. M. Heredero

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Published by Manohar in New Delhi .
Written in English



  • India.


  • Non-formal education -- India.,
  • Education, Rural -- India.,
  • Educational sociology -- India.

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Edition Notes

StatementJ. M. Heredero, with the collaboration of P. T. Contractor, B. B. Siddiqui.
ContributionsContractor, P. T., joint author., Siddiqui, B. B., joint author.
LC ClassificationsLC45.8.I4 H47
The Physical Object
Pagination181 p. ;
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4384408M
LC Control Number78902142

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