Created by:  The University of Melbourne

  • Anthony D'Costa

    Taught by:  Anthony D'Costa, Professor

    School of Social and Political Sciences
LevelBeginner
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English
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 of 29 ratings

This course is excellent! The lecturers are superb and they know their stuff.

Very Good Course which primarily focuses on India's First and Second Generation Economic Reforms.

I would personally recommend following the course 'Importance of India'after that of 'Contemporary India" as the latter provides a solid introduction to University of OHIO based former course.

I had to lop off one star because the course content tended to stray off limits in Weeks 6 and 7;

To be honest, Go straight to the test after completing Week 5; which i view as the end of this course.

Very nice course with good chronological description of events. good links for additional reading. I feel it could have been a bit more elaborate or more in depth.

Excellent