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    Framework for Industrialisation Before analysing the Indian approach, we want to introduce the aims of industrialisation, give...

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    Revolution in Development Economics: The LPG Package 6.11 Outline of the Political Economy Approach 6.12 Summary 6.13 Exercises 6.1 INTRODUCTION...

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    Developing India after Independence Today, India is considered as a developing country or a third world country. achieving...

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    environment, crime and the spread of infectious diseases to mention the least has made many to believe that it is a huge problem however its positive...

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    socialisation process and develops of the course of one’s life the manner of how one perceives self and perceived by others forms sense of identity....

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    orientated growth, using there comparative advantage in labour intensive industries The developmental state- Explanations of successful late...

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  • Monitoring and evaluation

    Lecture-I Dec 2, 2013 Learning objectives 1 What is development? 2 Emergence of development economics 3 Development planning in...

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  • Age of Industrialisation

    Age of Industrialisation Proto Industrialisation The period of industrialization before the first factories came up in Europe is...

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    Values and Attitudes In...

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  • Public Enterprises

    What are the Objectives of Public Enterprises? SOUMYA SINGH In India, public enterprises have been assigned the task of realising the...

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    freshly decolonised, 'underdeveloped' nations began a frenetic process of catching up with the West. 'Development' meant economic growth and...

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  • abstract on oil subsidies

    six times more than subsidies to renewables. Today India imports around 80 % of its oil. This means India’s subsidy-fuelled energy consumption...

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  • Impact of Tourism on Indian Economy

    regional and economic development. The government of India understood the importance of tourism as an industry in 1980s. Recent study shows...

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  • Reading Newspaper As A HabitNewspaperbrings Us

    to a government statement, aims at fulfilling the dream of clean India of Mahatma Gandhi by his 150th birth anniversary in 2019. The reason to...

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    World Systems Theory, like dependency theory, suggests that wealthy countries benefit from other countries and exploit those countries'...

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  • Trade Route To Development 2

    development. Other approaches to development such as aid and political avenues also have to be explored. However, the main process to development is...

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  • Child labor

    of our national garden. It is our duty to protect these flowers. Child labour is a socio-economic problem. Child labour is not a new phenomenon in...

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  • Analyzing the effectiveness and drawbacks of current Land Acquisition policies and proposing alternative frameworks

    addressed in ―The right to fair compensation and transparency in land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement act, 2013‖. While the process of...

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  • Why did the Industrial Revolution occur in Europe as opposed to China or India or any of the other great Agricultural Empires?

    China or India or any of the other great Agricultural Empires? ! ! The Industrial Revolution was the period starting in the late 18th...

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  • Friends

    skilled people and resources away from poor areas and relocate them to areas that benefits them. However,  globalisation has led...

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