The work consists a comprehensive analysis of the structure and change in the realm of the Indian education based on research study in India (Delhi, Benares, Bangalore). The autor is mainly interested in the transition of modern India and its implications in the dimension of contemporary didactics. He also emphasises the dynamic development of Indian universities combined with IT revolution. He maintains that the new face of Indian education is shaped in accordance with the development of high technologies in India. Considering some similiarities of the Indian Federation and EU, the emphasis on the transformation of human resources into highly qualified 'secret weapon' of modern India, the author maintains that the Indian model of informatic revolution in the dimension of the academic education can be the inspiration for the new members of EU.
Stanislaw Tokarski, Zaklad Krajów Pozaeuropejskich PAN, ul. Nowy Swiat 72, 00-330 Warszawa, Poland
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