Plagiarised and Communlised

Plagiarised and Communlised

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Author: Santwana Bhattacharya
Publisher: Sahmat
Year: 2003
Language: English
Pages: 144
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8186219471


Sahmat’s earlier publications dealing with the communalization of education under the BJP dominated NDA dispensation, had focused attention on the blatant communal bias and on the glaring factual errors in NCERT’s new text books.

However, Sangh ideologues and apologists who have authored NCERT’s subsequent text-books, have obviously neither benefited from nor been shamed by the widespread criticism of their earlier texts by scholars, school teaches and media persons.

As the present compilation clearly shows, the earlier flaws abound, but attempts to include some sections that are uptodate and approach history scientifically, have resulted in extensive plagiarization from the text of an American author.



NCERT’s Continuing Assault on History
NCERT: Rewriting Indian History, Xeroxing World History
Under the Saffron NCERT: Textbooks Scandal
Plagiarism by NCERT History Text Writers?
Quote Unquote
Now NCERT Lifts form Swadeshi books
NCERT Authors Plagiarise at Will
A Saga of Plagiarism
Historical Illiteracy or Invention
Where the Critic can Only be a Drain Inspector
Fraudulent Defence
Uncivilized Discourse
A New Brand of History-I
A New Brand of History-II