The main objective of this book, Indian Economic Development, is to expose the learners to some of the key issues facing the Indian economy. The book also provides opportunities for knowing what economic resources are and how these resources are being utilised in different sectors.
The learners are also exposed to numerical information relating to various aspects of Indian economy and India’s economic policies. They are expected to develop analytical skills, interpret the economic events and visualise the economic future of India. Nevertheless, conscious effort has been made not to burden the learner with concepts and data.
Indian Economic Development Chapters
- Indian Economy On The Eve Of Independence
- Indian Economy 1950-1990
- Liberalisation, Privatisation And Globalisation
- Human Capital Formation In India
- Rural Development
- Employment: Growth, Informalisation And Other Issues
- Environment And Sustainable Development
- Comparative Development Experiences Of India And Its Neighbours