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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 12. Part 3. P. 137-141.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Historical Sciences and Archeology
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PECULIARITIES OF THE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING OF THE EUROPEAN OFFICERS OF THE INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE

Natalevich Sergei Igorevich
V. I. Vernadsky Crimean Federal University


Abstract. The article is devoted to the basics of ideological training of the British colonial officials in India, namely officers of the Indian Civil Service. The work analyzes the system of the British higher and secondary education. It is concluded that the ideology of the gentlemen was directly perceived in the university environment of the United Kingdom, as a result of which the recruits of the Indian Civil Service received appropriate ideological training. These components had a direct impact on the quality of administration in the Indian provinces.
Key words and phrases: Индийская гражданская служба, джентльмен, офицер, колледж, чиновник, образование, дистрикт, the Indian civil service, gentleman, officer, college, official, education, district.
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