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Indian Economy : Problems of Development and Planning
Agrawal, A.N., Former Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Ramjas College, University of Delhi, Delhi.
Agarwal, M.K., Professor, Department of Economics, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, U.P.
ISBN : 978-81-224-3795-9
Publication Year : 2015
Edition : 40th
Reprint : 
Pages : 696
Price : Rs. 375.00
Binding : Paperback
About the Book:

This book is now a greatly changed edition. Now the book has been more student friendly with greater analytical orientation in the new Indian economyὑs environment. Many obsolete chapters have been removed and twelve new chapters have been added with fresh writings. The pattern would be continuing in the subsequent editions also so as the book is soon a totally new book with fresh chapters and new chapter scheme to match the changing requirements. In the end of each chapter, some review questions have been provided so that the students may prepare notes accordingly and make practice through such questions.Following chapters have been added with fresh writing and contents:

  • Infrastructure
  • Savings, Investment and Capital Formation
  • Inter-state Disparities
  • Agriculture—Nature, Production and Productivity
  • Farm Inputs
  • Farm Mechanization, Technology and Green Revolution
  • Rural Credit
  • Agricultural Prices and Marketing
  • Rural Development
  • Thirteenth Finance Commission
  • Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012--17) of India
    Besides, several other chapters have been revised to make these more updated. The process will continue with the future editions as well.

  • About the Author:

    A.N. Agrawal, educated at Allahabad, served as a senior lecturer at Ramjas College, University of Delhi. He is a well-known author of several books which have been well received both within the country and abroad. The London Economist profusely praised his Indian Agriculture and its Problems, while the Problems of Cooperative Farming in India (co-authored with Prof. A.M. Khusro) won him the Government of India Award.


    Professor M K Agarwal has been working in the Department of Economics, University of Lucknow since 1993 where he was appointed lecturer. Before that he completed his MA from the same Department where he completed PhD and was awarded the University Grants Commission’s Junior/Senior Research Fellowship. Dr Agarwal is a keen researcher and teacher. He has authored several books and published research papers in national and international journals. He has visited around twelve countries for academic purposes. Among others, Dr Agarwal has been awarded Commonwealth Academic Fellowship 2005 in UK and he worked at the University of East Anglia. He worked as Visiting Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Colombo during 2010--11. His latest book is on Issues in India -- Sri Lanka Economies and it is an edited volume where prominent scholars from both the countries have been the contributors. His area of interest has been among others the Indian economy and the economy of Uttar Pradesh.
    Contents:

  • Underdevelopment
  • Development
  • Indian Economy: A Historical Perspective
  • Economic Reforms
  • Population Growth and Urbanisation
  • Population: Development and Policy
  • Workforce and Occupational Structure
  • Unemployment and Employment
  • Infrastructure
  • National Income: Measurement, Growth and Industrial Origin
  • Income Distribution and Poverty
  • Savings, Investment and Capital Formation
  • Inter–state Disparities
  • Agriculture–Nature, Production and Productivity
  • Land Reforms
  • Farm Inputs
  • Agricultural Labour
  • Farm Mechanization, Technology and Green Revolution
  • Rural Credit
  • Agricultural Prices
  • Food Problem and Public Distribution System
  • Rural Development
  • Industrial Growth: Performance and Problems
  • Small–scale and Cottage Industries
  • Public Sector and Private Sector
  • Industrial Finance
  • Monopoly, Concentration and Multinationals
  • Industrial Labour
  • New Industrial Policy
  • Money and Money Market
  • Reserve Bank and Monetary Policy
  • Commercial Banks
  • Prices, Money and Inflation
  • Central Finances and Fiscal Policy
  • Tax Structure: Problems and Reforms
  • Public Debt and Deficit Financing
  • Federal Finances
  • Thirteenth Finance Commission of India
  • Balance of Payments: Problems and Policies
  • Foreign Trade: Trends and Problems
  • New Trade Policy: Features and Evaluations
  • WTO: Features and Assessment
  • Foreign Capital
  • Economic Planning : Features and Objectives
  • Financing of Plans
  • Progress Under Planning
  • Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 –2011)
  • Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012–17) of India.

  •   Book Details

    Indian Economy : Problems of Development and Planning
    Agrawal, A.N., Former Senior Lecturer, Department of Economics, Ramjas College, University of Delhi, Delhi.
    Agarwal, M.K., Professor, Department of Economics, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, U.P.
    ISBN : 978-81-224-3795-9
    Publication Year : 2015
    Edition : 40th
    Reprint : 
    Pages : 696
    Price : Rs. 375.00
    Binding : Paperback
    About the Book:

    This book is now a greatly changed edition. Now the book has been more student friendly with greater analytical orientation in the new Indian economyὑs environment. Many obsolete chapters have been removed and twelve new chapters have been added with fresh writings. The pattern would be continuing in the subsequent editions also so as the book is soon a totally new book with fresh chapters and new chapter scheme to match the changing requirements. In the end of each chapter, some review questions have been provided so that the students may prepare notes accordingly and make practice through such questions.Following chapters have been added with fresh writing and contents:

  • Infrastructure
  • Savings, Investment and Capital Formation
  • Inter-state Disparities
  • Agriculture—Nature, Production and Productivity
  • Farm Inputs
  • Farm Mechanization, Technology and Green Revolution
  • Rural Credit
  • Agricultural Prices and Marketing
  • Rural Development
  • Thirteenth Finance Commission
  • Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012--17) of India
    Besides, several other chapters have been revised to make these more updated. The process will continue with the future editions as well.

  • About the Author:

    A.N. Agrawal, educated at Allahabad, served as a senior lecturer at Ramjas College, University of Delhi. He is a well-known author of several books which have been well received both within the country and abroad. The London Economist profusely praised his Indian Agriculture and its Problems, while the Problems of Cooperative Farming in India (co-authored with Prof. A.M. Khusro) won him the Government of India Award.


    Professor M K Agarwal has been working in the Department of Economics, University of Lucknow since 1993 where he was appointed lecturer. Before that he completed his MA from the same Department where he completed PhD and was awarded the University Grants Commission’s Junior/Senior Research Fellowship. Dr Agarwal is a keen researcher and teacher. He has authored several books and published research papers in national and international journals. He has visited around twelve countries for academic purposes. Among others, Dr Agarwal has been awarded Commonwealth Academic Fellowship 2005 in UK and he worked at the University of East Anglia. He worked as Visiting Professor at the Department of Economics, University of Colombo during 2010--11. His latest book is on Issues in India -- Sri Lanka Economies and it is an edited volume where prominent scholars from both the countries have been the contributors. His area of interest has been among others the Indian economy and the economy of Uttar Pradesh.
    Contents:

  • Underdevelopment
  • Development
  • Indian Economy: A Historical Perspective
  • Economic Reforms
  • Population Growth and Urbanisation
  • Population: Development and Policy
  • Workforce and Occupational Structure
  • Unemployment and Employment
  • Infrastructure
  • National Income: Measurement, Growth and Industrial Origin
  • Income Distribution and Poverty
  • Savings, Investment and Capital Formation
  • Inter–state Disparities
  • Agriculture–Nature, Production and Productivity
  • Land Reforms
  • Farm Inputs
  • Agricultural Labour
  • Farm Mechanization, Technology and Green Revolution
  • Rural Credit
  • Agricultural Prices
  • Food Problem and Public Distribution System
  • Rural Development
  • Industrial Growth: Performance and Problems
  • Small–scale and Cottage Industries
  • Public Sector and Private Sector
  • Industrial Finance
  • Monopoly, Concentration and Multinationals
  • Industrial Labour
  • New Industrial Policy
  • Money and Money Market
  • Reserve Bank and Monetary Policy
  • Commercial Banks
  • Prices, Money and Inflation
  • Central Finances and Fiscal Policy
  • Tax Structure: Problems and Reforms
  • Public Debt and Deficit Financing
  • Federal Finances
  • Thirteenth Finance Commission of India
  • Balance of Payments: Problems and Policies
  • Foreign Trade: Trends and Problems
  • New Trade Policy: Features and Evaluations
  • WTO: Features and Assessment
  • Foreign Capital
  • Economic Planning : Features and Objectives
  • Financing of Plans
  • Progress Under Planning
  • Eleventh Five Year Plan (2007 –2011)
  • Twelfth Five Year Plan (2012–17) of India.

  • Call for Papers
     7th International Conference on Education and Information Management (ICEIM-2014)
    Colombo, Sri Lanka
    December 20-21, 2014
     Conference invites work in the form of research paper, conceptual paper, and technical report addressing the timely issues and developments in education, information management, society, business, and technology. 

    Submission of manuscript : Author can submit  their paper as an email attachment  iceim@ifrnd.org , iceimifrd@gmail.com  in doc or docx format. Please do mention the name of the conference while submitting your paper.

    Important Dates
    Particulars
    Date
    Abstract/Full Paper Submission:
    September 25, 2014
    Notification of Acceptance:
    October 10, 2014
    Final/Revised Paper Submission:
    October 31, 2014
    Last Date of Early Bird Registration:
    October 31, 2014
    Last Date of Regular Registration:
    November 20, 2014
    Conference Dates:
    December 20-21, 2014

    Major Fields and Tracks of the conference

    Education
    Information Management
    Management
    Collaborative Learning
    Internet Computing and Web Designing
    Accounting and Finance
    E-Learning
    E Commerce
    Behavioral Finance
    Special Education
    Information Systems
    Strategic Management
    Distance Learning
    Knowledge-based Systems
    Marketing
    Vocational Education
    Database Management Systems
    Economics
    Business Education
    Data Modeling and Mining
    Sociology & Psychology
    Environmental Education
    Internet Banking
    Human Resource Management
    Financial Education
    Multimedia Performance and Management
    Organizational Behavior
    Registration:
    Early Bird Registration Fee
    Regular Registration Fee

    First Paper
    Additional Paper
    First Paper
    Additional Paper
    Author Delegates
    250 USD
    125 USD
    300 USD
    150 USD
    Student Delegates
    150 USD
    80 USD
    200 USD
    100 USD
    Members of IFRD
    200 USD
    100 USD
    250 USD
    125 USD
    Other Delegates
    200 USD
    250 USD

     Note: Registration fee is exclusive of bank charges and can be paid in equivalent AED or USD. Moreover, all non-member delegates can pay registration fee of IFRD Members by adding USD50 in the registration fee of Members of IFRD and hence become IFRD Members.

    Publication opportunities:
    All accepted papers would have opportunities for publication (subject to satisfactory revision) in international peer reviewed journals if desired by the contributors. Submitted papers must not be under consideration by any other journal or publication.
                                          

    International Journal of Economic Research (SCOPUS, Elsevier,s Bibliographic Database)
    International Journal of Applied Business and Economic Research (SCOPUS, Eidatabases Index, EMBASE, EMCare)
    Actual Problems of Economics (Scopus, EBSCOHost, EconLit, ABI/Inform)
    Information Management and Business Review (ABI-Inform, Business Dateline, EBSCOHost)
    Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies (IBSS, ABI-Inform, Business Dateline, EBSCOHost)
    Journal of Social and Development Sciences (ProQuest Social Science, EBSCOHost)
    Journal of Education and Vocational Research (Education Source, EBSCOHost)
    Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science Journals
    American-Eurasian Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (ISI & ISC indexed)

    Cordially yours,
    ...........................
    Conference Coordinator,
    7th International Conference on Education and Information Management (ICEIM-2014)
    International Foundation for Research and Development (IFRD)
  • Call for Papers

    Call for Papers

    Articles/ Chapters for Edited Book on “Marketing in emerging world economies: Trends, Prospects and Challenges


    Dear Authors,

    We take great pleasure to bring to your kind notice that an edited book titled“Marketing in Emerging World Economies: Trends, Prospects and Challenges  is proposed to be published in the month of November-December 2014 by one of the reputed educational publishers of India. The proposed double blind edited book will be on diverse areas of Marketing Management. The book will be  an attempt  to gain insights in the marketing practices of emerging economies of the world  in relation to present management and business trends of the  global market.
      Please feel free to contact for any information in this regard.
    Thanking you and look forward to your support and encouragement in making this an edited book grand success.

    Regards,
    Dr.A.C. Pandey
    Corresponding Editor,
    School of  Management
    HNB Garhwal Central University,
    Srinagar-Garhwal
    Uttarakhand-India.
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                Soodan88@rediffmail.com
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    CSE's Fortnightly News Bulletin (September 8, 2014)
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    'Achchey Din' is back in the news. With the NDA government completing its first 100-day run under prime minister Narendra Modi, the question that's being asked is are we headed in the right direction? Environmentalists are alarmed with the way the government is busy dismantling the environmental regulatory system in the country. In July, small coal mining projects had been exempted from public hearings and the moratorium on expansion of industries in critically polluted areas was lifted. Soon after this, the environment impact assessment notification was amended to allow state authorities to clear more projects. These changes may have far-reaching impacts: they have the potential to distort and dismember the system, making it even more farcical and ineffective and, consequently, more corrupt. In her editorial, Sunita Narain poses the pertinent question: "Will the new minister Mr Javadekar keep perpetuating a bad system or make a real difference for real change?"

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    HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS FORTNIGHT
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    - Editorial by Sunita Narain: Modi sarkar and the clearance rush (also a web package on 100 days of the government)
    - Down To Earth cover story and DTE video: On mining in the deep seas
    - Stories on waste: Solid waste management and new age raddiwalas
    - Analysis: Street vendors and what to do with them
    - Health: The Ebola story and tales of sugar and heart disease
    - Biology and wildlife: Monarch butterflies and peacock spiders
    - Conclave on green architecture, September 22-23, and release of CSE's new publication on green buildings
    - New publications: Right of way (on safety and accessibility of roads in Indian cities) 

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    EDITORIAL
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    Green clearance test for NDA
    By Sunita Narain

    Environmentalists are rightly alarmed that the NDA government is busy dismantling the environmental regulatory system in the country. Over the past two months, the media has reported that clearances for projects, from mining to roads, have been fast-tracked. While the website of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MOEF) has not been updated in August, in the two months till July end, forest clearance was granted to over 92 projects, which will divert some 1,600 hectares of forest. More recently, it was reported that the National Board for Wildlife has processed many projects located near or in sanctuaries and national parks.

    Additionally, rules are being changed, purportedly to speed up the process. This is being done in mainly two ways. One, as much as possible, MOEF is pushing decision-making to the states in the name of streamlining the process. The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA ) notification has been amended to delegate powers to clear certain projects to the state-level EIA authorities. This is being done with the full knowledge that the state agencies lack capacity and accountability. So, the effort is not to take informed decisions about adverse impacts of projects. The effort is to get rid of the clearance system or at least to push it as far away as possible.

    Two, wherever possible the provision of holding public hearings or taking gram sabhas’ consent is being diluted or even removed. For example, small coal mines—classified as producing 8 million tonnes annually—have been allowed to double their capacity without holding the mandatory public hearing. Other changes are also in the offing that will further chip away at this condition, which makes it necessary to get the consent of the affected communities or at least to hear and heed their concerns. Clearly, listening to people is not convenient for industry.

    This said, it is important to note that the environment was not safeguarded during the previous UPA government as well. Very few (less than 3 per cent) projects were rejected because of environmental concerns; at the most sanction was delayed. The system was designed to obstruct and prevaricate, not to scrutinise and assess environmental damage. The rules were made so convoluted that they became meaningless. The process was so complex that the same project had to be cleared by five to seven agencies, which had no interest in compliance of the conditions they would set.

    In some ways NDA is doing what the UPA did but without any pretence. The last government killed the environmental clearance system by making it so convoluted that it stopped functioning. It was not interested in reform or strengthening the capacity of its regulatory agencies. The pollution control boards remain understaffed and grossly neglected. The last government was certainly not interested in monitoring the performance of the project to ensure that environmental damage was mitigated. There is no capacity to assess compliance and the laws to enforce compliance are weak. It is a sad reality that previous ministers refused to reform the system because it was easier to control, thus, perpetuate power.

    This, then, is the real test for the current NDA government. The need for regulatory oversight cannot be questioned. The environmental clearance system is a prerequisite for efficient and sustainable management of natural resources and, more importantly, for ensuring that adverse impacts of economic growth are mitigated and managed. Besides, an effective system helps industry to manage future risks of its investment. It cannot be done away with.

    What the NDA government is doing now with the changes it is bringing, is to continue to distort and dismember the system, making it even more farcical and ineffective and, consequently, more corrupt. The question is will this change?

    Will new minister Prakash Javadekar keep perpetuating a bad system or make a real difference for real change?

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    Countries are delving deeper into the ocean to explore its mineral wealth. How will deep sea mining impact the ecology and shape the mechanism to share common resources?
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/mining-deep-sea

    Special Report: Ebola unleashed
    Increasing deforestation is leading to its frequent emergence as epidemics
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    Special Report: Garbage gets attention
    India is revising the way it manages solid waste. The urban development ministry proposes providing legal identity to ragpickers and waste dealers, but overlooks ground realities
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/garbage-gets-attention

    Special Report: Now healthy ads sell junk food
    Commercials mislead consumers by shifting the focus from poor nutrition to physical exercise
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/now-healthy-ads-sell-junk-food

    Health: Sweet-heart trouble
    Evidence implicating sugar in heart disease builds up
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/sweet-heart-trouble

    Wildlife: Tracking the metallic spider
    The peacock spider of India is in demand as a pet
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/tracking-elusive-metallic-spider

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    DTE ON THE WEB
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    - 100 days of Modi government: Growth at the cost of environment
    A look at the NDA government’s performance as it sets about dismantling and revamping institutions and programmes
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/growth-cost-environment

    - Your action plan may not be able to clean the Ganga in 200 years, Supreme Court tells the government
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/your-action-plan-may-not-clean-ganga-200-years-sc-tells-centre

    - The Ice Bucket Challenge syndrome: Wasting precious resources?
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/time-some-sustainable-charity

    - Run-up to the Lima climate CoP
    Emerging economies in the BASIC group say their mitigation efforts are 'far higher' than that of developed countries. Will Western nations take up more
    responsibility to address climate change?
    http://www.downtoearth.org.in/content/basic-nations-stick-equity-and-fairness-principles-climate-talks

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    ON THE INDIA ENVIRONMENT PORTAL
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    - Interactives/Infographics
    Sea levels that are rising as a result of climate change are the biggest threat for most of the island states across the world. Of these, nearly 52 small island states are seeing the rise in sea water level that
    is four times higher than that for rest of the world. As representatives from different countries gather to discuss the issue, at a UN conference in Samoa, we bring you an interactive “Sinking beauties” that tells
    which islands are on the verge of sinking
    http://www.indiaenvironmentportal.org.in/media/iep/infographics/Sinking%20beauties/sinking%20beauties.html
    See more interactives and infographics at http://bit.ly/1omfKXl

    - India Environment Portal Weekly Newsletter
    India Environment Weekly Newsletter brings to you top environment developments, studies, reports, conflicts that you may have missed during the week.

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    For more details or any assistance, contact Kiran Pandey at
    kiran@cseindia.orgkirandwi@gmail.com

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    UPDATES FROM OUR PROGRAMME UNITS
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    - Conclave on green architecture: 'Building sense: towards sustainable buildings and habitat'
    New Delhi, September 22-23, 2014
    http://cseindia.org/content/conclave-green-architecture-%E2%80%9Cbuilding-sense-towards-sustainable-buildings-and-habitat%E2%80%9D
    Contact: Avikal Somvanshi, avikal@cseindia.org

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    - Septage Management: Towards City-wide Sanitation
    Date: September 8-10, 2014
    http://www.cseindia.org/content/training-septage-management-towards-city-wide-sanitation
    Contact: Uday Bhonde, uday@cseindia.org

    - Clean Air and Sustainable Transportation Strategies for Liveable Cities
    Date: September 24-26, 2014
    http://www.cseindia.org/content/training-programme-clean-air-and-sustainable-transportation-strategies-liveable-cities
    Last date of registration: September 10, 2014
    Contact: Priyanka Chandola, priyanka@cseindia.org

    - Water-sensitive Design and Planning – Towards Sustainable Urban Development
    Date: October 13-15, 2014
    http://www.cseindia.org/content/water-sensitive-design-and-planning-%E2%80%93-towards-sustainable-urban-development
    Contact: Uday Bhonde, uday@cseindia.org


    Two new international workshops on “visual story-telling and new media” for communication and influence
    - How to work with photographs for strategic communication and influence, October 14-15, 2014 (focus on photo documentation, visual story-telling)
    Online registrations and nominations accepted from India and other countries athttp://www.cseindia.org/node/4634

    -E-outreach: New media technologies for advocacy and strategic communication, October 16-17, 2014 (focus on social media, online data visualization)
    Online registrations and nominations accepted from India and other countries athttp://www.cseindia.org/node/5510

    Fellowships available for some participants from Africa
    Contact Person : Kiran Pandey at kiran@cseindia.orgkirandwi@gmail.com


    - Environmental Managers
    Date: November 10-14, 2014
    http://cseindia.org/content/training-programme-environmental-managers
    Last date for applying: September 30, 2014
    Contact: Nivit Kumar Yadav, nivit@cseindia.org

    For a complete listing, please visit our website: http://www.cseindia.org/

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    THE CSE STORE
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    First Food, Fast Food and Future Food
    CSE brings you a pack of six new films and two books that offer an insight into various aspects of India’s food biodiversity and junk food practices. The affordable collection also has some inspiring stories on food security issues in places like Peru, Kenya, US, Nigeria and China. To order please visit http://csestore.cse.org.in/books/fast-food-future-food.html

    To be launched soon: CSE's comprehensive report on 'Green' Buildings. Check this space and our website for more announcements.

    Contact Person Mr Ramachandran: rchandran@cseindia.org, Mob: 9810641996

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