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B.A. : Economics, History, Politics

Paper title: DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY

Paper number Group Paper - 2
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Paper – II : DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS AND ISSUES IN INDIAN ECONOMY

1. Concepts: Development and underdevelopment – Factors conductive and hindrance to development Measurement with reference to per capital income, physical quality of life Index, Human Development. Index and Net Economic welfare.
2. Approaches to Development: Balanced and Unbalanced growth – Import substitution and exported growth – Investment criteria – Sen’s choice of techniques.
3. Structure of Indian Economy: Structural changes in India economy since independence – Trends in the composition of national – income distribution – Poverty and inequalities – A critical appraisal.
4. Human Resources: Population – Changes in occupational structure – Age, genders, rural and urban – Literacy, Education, Health and National Policies – Unemployment.
5. Planning and State Intervention: A brief review of achievements of earlier lans – current five year plan, its objectives and allocation – Current fiscal policy – On overview of public distribution system.
6. Agriculture and Rural Development: A brief review of land reforms – Impact of New agricultural strategy – Agricultural Finance – Marketing and Agricultural price policy – Rural Development Programmes with reference to IRDP, Rozgar Yojanas and their impact on women and weaker sections.
7. Industry and Trade: Structure and problems of industry including public sector – roel of small scale industries and sickness among them – Household Industries: Hand – looms. Dairy and Poultry – Source of Industrial Finance an outline of institutional finance and role of IDBI and IFCI – New Industrial policy – Trade policy – Balance of payments – Role of IMF and IBRD in Indian economic development –State policy – CATT.
Books for Reference and Study:
1. G.M. Meri : Leading issues in Economic Development
2. A.K. Sen : Choice of Techniques, Bodil Blockwell
3. Gatak S. : Development Economics, Longmen.
4. Agarwal, A.N. : Indian Economy, Vikas
5. Dutt & Sundaram : Indian Economy, S. Chand & Co.,
6. Gahosh A. : Indian Economy, World Press
7. Hicks J.R.M. Mukherjee and S.Ghosh :The Frame work of the Indian Economy, Oxford.
8. Misra S.K. and V.K. Puri : Indian Economy, Himalaya
9. Wadha, C.D. : Some problems of Indian Economy, Tata – MC Graw Hill.
10. Srivastava : Advanced Economics of Development and Planning alliod Publishers.
11. Ghosh A and SK : Planning Techniques and Indian Plans
12. S. Chandrasekhar and Ranigopal : Population growth, Health and Nutrition.
13. Meri and Baldwin : Economic Development
14. Telugu Akdemi Publications
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