Goa University Ph.D in History Results 2019-20

Goa University Ph.D in History Results 2019-20Goa University Ph.D in History results 2019-20 to be expected declared earlier soon by Goa University on its University portal www.unigoa.ac.in

Goa University Ph.D in History Results 2019-20

Goa University Ph.D in History results 2019-20 can be checked at: www.unigoa.ac.in

All Exam Candidates may check Goa University Ph.D in History results 2019-20 at: Corresponding Colleges or Institute or in Goa University itself.

How to check Goa University Ph.D in History Result 2019-20 at online / website – It’s very simple just by entering your registration number / roll number of your Ph.D in History results 2019-20

How Goa University Ph.D in History Result 2019-20 (Offline) – You can get your Ph.D in History results through online Goa University official website.

Goa University Ph.D in History Result 2019-20 (Offline) – you can also get your Ph.D in History Mark sheet from your corresponding colleges which are affiliated by Goa University. All Ph.D in History colleges under Goa University announced selected merit list on notice board along with Ph.D in History exam 2019-20 candidate Name, Roll Number, Registration Number, Score /Marks.

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After a number of ineffectual attempts were made to start training institutes for teachers, in 1844 a teachers’ training school, Escola Normal, was established, in line with new directions from Portugal for the promotion of education in the colonies. (Cabral 95). The school was initially attached to the Lyceum, and underwent constant reforms as educational policies in Europe underwent change. Whereas earlier women students could only appear as private candidates, from 1894, in Portugal, it was made co-educational (Cabral 134). “When the Governor-General Joãoo Carlos Craveiro Lopes came out with his set of reforms [in Goa] through his “Portaria” (ordinance) issued on the 31st of May 1935, he stated clearly that the Escola Normal de Luis de Camões was meant for the training of Teachers of both sexes and would be under the Governor-General of the colony, who would administer it through the Directorate of Civil Administration.”