Indian and Kenyan System of Education – A case study

S. Yesu Suresh Raj, H. Magara Robinson


Education is a continuous lifelong process. The purpose of education is to facilitate the process of growth. Mahatma Gandhi said “By education I mean an all-round drawing out of the best in man – body, mind and spirit.” The paper which is based on a case study focuses on the differences between Indian and Kenyan systems of education in terms socio–cultural, academic, economic, policy, political and administrative factors. Data was collected through i) Focus on Group Discussions with students in the various faculties, ii) In-depth interviews with students and Research scholar, lecturers, management and administrative staff and iii) Documents, papers and journal articles.


Indian Education; Kenyan System of Education

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