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The King on Education in India

Nature volume 88, page 361 (11 January 1912) | Download Citation



DURING his visit to Calcutta the King-Emperor and Queen-Empress received in the Throne Room an address from the University of Calcutta. The address was read by the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Sir Asutosh Mukharji, and Lord Hardinge, the Governor-General, was present in his capacity of Chancellor of the University. In his reply to the address the King-Emperor said:—

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