Bulletin de l'instruction primaire des Établissements français dans l'Inde, Issues 1 to 12, 1897

The volume contains pedagogical material, including pedagogical lectures and book lists; information relating to examinations (dates, subjects, results etc.); preparation of the CAP examinations; administrative communications and instructions, and inspection notes; reports on monthly meetings of the directors of schools and the teachers; nominations; some government orders relating to education; prize distribution etc. Issue 1-2 (pages 33-37) contains the continuation of the article on the education of young Hindu girls started in the previous volume. Issue 4 (pages 78-88) contains a piece on the teaching of French in schools. Issues 6-7 (pages 122-126) and 8 (pages 160-164) contain write-ups on the teaching of handcraft (such as tailoring) in the girls’ schools. Issue 9-10 (Sep-Oct 1897) is entirely devoted to a report on the situation of primary education in French India during the academic year 1896-1897. It includes tables containing statistical data.

1 volume containing 12 issues; 320 pages & 4 foldouts containing tables. Dimensions: 21 x 14.5 cm. The broken fold-outs have been pieced together for digitization, but there is some loss of information.