Historical sources - source of data, Other Management

Historical Sources:

Historical Data  are a combination of documentary and field sources. These consist of  documents and various historical sources  to which the historian himself  has access. These may include: materials  of cultural history and analytical history, personal sources of authentic observers and witnesses, and these may  consist of oral, written evidences, artifacts, etc. An example  ii, M.Phil  thesis under. Delhi University,  1989 on  the development of collegiate programme  in  nursing  in Assam  contains Government documents, university minutes, TNAI report, interview with first Principal, Health Secretary, etc. which indicate "who  proposed",  "who  supported  and "who  assisted"  in  the development of the institution.  

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