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The problem of Muslim educational backwardness in India must be discussed in the context of its temporal and spatial dimensions. The temporal dimension of the problem must be traced to the British conquest of India and also weakening of Jihad among Muslims. This conquest was not a single simultaneous event but took place in stages. Thus the changes in education introduced by the British were uneven in impact. These changes took place first in those regions that were drawn into the ambit of British rule first. The British conquest of India took place by sea from the West, South and east so that the maritime regions of Bombay, Madras and Calcutta were the first to experience change.
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