Women"s education and social development

  • 363 Pages
  • 2.56 MB
  • English
Kanishka Pub. House , Delhi
Women -- Education -- India., Feminism -- I



About the Edition

Study, with special reference to India.

StatementB.D. Bhatt, S.R. Sharma.
SeriesModern education series
ContributionsSharma, Sita Ram, 1932-
LC ClassificationsLC2322 .B48 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination363 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1374980M
ISBN 108185475547
LC Control Number92906724

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