Principles of Child Development (Hindi) | Child Development & Pedagogy #3 | CTET, TET, DSC & DSSSB

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In this video, Sarmistha, one of the expert trainers from TalentSprint explains you about the topic of "Principles of Child Development" of "Child Development pedagogy". In later part of the videos the "Applications of Principles of Development" are discussed. Once the explination is completed, previous year CTET questions related to this topic are discussed.

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