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Educational Philosophy of Bhimrao Ambedkar With Reference to his Perspective on the Welfare of Deprived Section of the Society


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Ambedkar was well known as social scientist and became a philosopher and a statesman by practice and vocation. He is known for his social, religious and political thoughts with special reference to its impact on under-privileged class. Bhimrao Ambedkar was a political leader. He had an eventful and active life.
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Neha Sabharwal
Sadbhavna College of Education for Women, India

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Ambedkar was well known as social scientist and became a philosopher and a statesman by practice and vocation. He is known for his social, religious and political thoughts with special reference to its impact on under-privileged class. Bhimrao Ambedkar was a political leader. He had an eventful and active life.

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