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Value of Education

with much social and cultural capital re- Educational Regimes in quired to convert educational skills into Contemporary India employment opportunities. Can they and edited by Radhika Chopra and do they get by, in adult lives, with their Patricia Jeffery in collaboration with almost minimal experience of schooling, Helmut Reifeld; especially in a situation where there are many educational regimes and where Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2005; schools themselves are socio-economically pp 346, Rs 380 (paperback).

edited by Radhika Chopra and Patricia Jeffery in collaboration with Helmut Reifeld; Sage Publications, New Delhi, 2005; pp 346, Rs 380 (paperback).

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