Grow More Food Drive and Secondary Curriculum Developments in Colonial Punjab during Second World War

  • Sumaira Noreen Department of History, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore
Keywords: Second World War, Secondary Education Policy, Secondary Curriculum, Colonial Punjab, Grow More Food

Abstract

This article presents the case of the British colonial rule and Second World War affecting secondary school curriculum developments in colonial Punjab. The focus rests on the description of those curricular and co-curricular activities that were directed towards war-centric demands for the Grow More Food Drive of Second World War. While aligning secondary education with the emerging needs of the War, the colonial rulers also maintained the confidence of the local educational administration. With the War approaching towards the end, the Indian leaders made their demands upon the British Government to adopt a broader policy emphasizing agricultural knowledge with more of a scientific orientation.

Published
2020-12-26
How to Cite
Sumaira Noreen. (2020). Grow More Food Drive and Secondary Curriculum Developments in Colonial Punjab during Second World War. Research Journal of Social Sciences and Economics Review (RJSSER), 1(4), 301-306. https://doi.org/10.36902/rjsser-vol1-iss4-2020(301-306)