Industrial Policy 1991 Essays and Term Papers

  • Critical Analysis of New Indian Economic Policy

    external sector, which was around 3.2% of the GDP in 1991. Further external debt of short duration on commercial terms also increased. The high growth of 1980s that was largely financed by internal and external debt shook the confidence of the creditors. In 1991 foreign exchange reserves just Rs.5, 541 crores...

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  • Study

    What are the main Features of New Economic Policy of India? The main features of the new economic reforms/policy are stated below: 1. Liberalisation: The fundamental feature of the new economic policy is that it provides freedom to the entrepreneurs to establish any industry/trade/ business venture...

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  • Indian Industrial Policy

    Industrial Policy, 1991 INTRODUCTION The industrial policies pursued till 1990 enabled India to develop a vast and diversified industrial structure. India attained self–sufficiency in a wide range of consumer goods. But the industrial growth was not rapid enough to generate sufficient employment...

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  • Industrial Policy of Assam

    ASSIGNMENT ON INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF ASSAM SUBJECT: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT Submitted to: Submitted by: Ms. SUMAN MAHANTA ARUP BORDOLOI ASST. PROFESSOR ROLL NO: 06/12 CONTENTS: 1. INTRODUCTION 2. INDUSTRIAL POLICY OF ASSAM : 1982 ...

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  • Liberalisation

    LIBERALIZATION The New Industrial Policy, 1991 A number of significant economic changes introduced by many a number of countries all the world over, the encouraging results of the liberalization measures introduced in 1980s by the Government of India, and the precarious economic situation that...

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  • Industrial Policy

    INDUSTRIAL POLICY SINCE 1956 When India achieved Independence in 1947, the national consensus was in favour of rapid industrialization of the economy which was seen not only as the key to economic development but also to economic sovereignty. In the subsequent years, India's Industrial Policy evolved...

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  • Indian Industrial

    INDUSTRIAL POLICY SINCE 1956 When India achieved Independence in 1947, the national consensus was in favour of rapid industrialization of the economy which was seen not only as the key to economic development but also to economic sovereignty. In the subsequent years, India's Industrial Policy evolved...

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  • Lpg Essay

    Introduction Rajiv Gandhi’s government initiated the policy of liberalization since mid-80s. The liberalization initiatives have been undertaken in India with a view to increase a production, improve quality and get access to market for products and service abroad. Radical liberalization...

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  • Liberalisation

    OF LIBERALISATION IN INDIA          1. PRIVATIZATION-Under the policy of liberalisation the private sector has been given preference over public sector and this policy has been adopted in both industrial sector as well as public sector. 2. DOMINANCE OF PRIVATE SECTOR OVER PUBLIC SECTOR-The...

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  • Assignment for Ms3-Economic and Social Environment

    review the New Economic Policy of 1991. Highlight the landmark developments undertaken in the field of Public Sector Policy. Answer 1: New Economic Policy of 1991: Introduction: The New Economic Policy (NEP) consisted of wide ranging economic reforms. The thrust of the policies was towards creating...

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  • Industrialize or Perish

    industrialization is very essential. Industries act as major accelerators of economic development in a country. There are many advantages of having a good industrial system functioning in a country. Especially in a developing country like India, Industries are of utmost importance. They provide the vast population...

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  • A Critical Analysis of Fdi in India

    Foreign Direct Investment: A Critical Analysis of FDI from 1991-2005 Kulwindar Singh Centre for Civil Society, New Delhi Research Internship Programme, 2005 Abstract The Concept of Foreign Direct Investment is now a part of India’s economic future but the term remains vague to many, despite the...

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  • Industrial Relations

    independence period can be divided into two phases: i. the Import Substitution/ Plan Era (1947 to 1991) ii. the era of Economic liberalization (1992 onwards) 1.1.1 Import Substitution/ Plan Era (1947 to 1991): For three of the five decades (1950-80), India steadily grew at the so-called “Hindu rate of...

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  • Economic Reforms of India

    process of economic liberalization in India can be traced back to the late 1970s. However, the reform process began in earnest only in July 1991. It was only in 1991 that the Government signaled a systemic shift to a more open economy with greater reliance upon market forces, a larger role for the private...

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  • Foreign Direct Investment in India: a Critical Analysis

    acquired renewed significance after the reforms initiated by the Indian Government in 1991. Contrary to the grand narrative ‘opening of flood-gates idea’ of 1991, what took place was a gradual process of changes in policies on investment in certain sub-sections of the Indian economy. As a result of controversy...

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  • Developmental State Essay

    We will identify specific themes including bureaucratic autonomy extending to public-private cooperation, socio-political climate, strategic industrial policies, labour quality and income distribution when looking at Asia and Latin America. We will look at Japan and Korea who are seen as the pioneer successful...

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  • Essays

    customers, suppliers and he has to perform the transactions within the rules and regulations of the government. All these persons, institutions and policies form a part of business environment. The complete awareness and understanding of business environment is known as environment scanning. Business...

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  • Industalisation

    Industrial policy refers to those principles and activities being pursued and performed to industrialize a country. It studies taxation system, protection policy, labour and capital, cottage and small industries, foreign capital and all other related matters concerned with industries of a country. ...

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  • Industrialproduction and Credit Policy

    ¡K¡K¡K¡K¡K¡K¡K..26 PREFACE By this project I have made and attempt to study the industrial production and credit allocation to the manufacturing sector of our country over the years. The industrial policy analyzed since the independence and surge of planning in India. The main emphasis has been...

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  • Indian Economy

    Paper XVIII INDIAN ECONOMY- PERFORMANCE AND POLICIES Section 1: Basic Issues in Economic Development Developed and Underdeveloped Economies 1. W hat are the features of an Underdeveloped Economy? How far is India still characterized by them? [8,7] (2009) 2. Discuss the salient features of India...

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