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EDUCATION- Futility of Aggregative Approach

October 14, 1972 ments and spans various shades of opinion ranging from the Jan Sangh to the CPM, was ill-equipped to take care of the new situation. This character of DUTA is reflected in the fact that the present DUTA leadership had worked in close co-operation with the Vice- Chancellor throughout 1971. As a teacher commented, though Kumaresh Chakra- varty had won the DUTA presidentship on the slogan of 'democratisation' (indeed, all the four contestants, including the JS candidate, had made democratization their platform), more recently, he had turned to talking about 'decentralisation' rather than 'democratisation'. He had even circulated a note favouring the idea of 'zonal councils'

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