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Industrialisation & regional development in India

Industrialisation & regional development in India

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Published by Reliance Pub. House in New Delhi .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India.
    • Subjects:
    • Industrialization -- India.,
    • Regional planning -- India.

    • About the Edition

      Contributed papers.

      Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. [148]

      Other titlesIndustrialisation and regional development in India.
      Statementedited by K. Munirathna Naidu.
      ContributionsMunirathna Naidu, K. 1935-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC435.2 .I6272 1988
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxiii, 147, [1] p. ;
      Number of Pages147
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2166474M
      ISBN 108185047324
      LC Control Number88903668
      OCLC/WorldCa19025174

      Adequate attention has also not been given to improvements in technology and quality of products. Find Similar Products by Category. Therefore, a huge proportion of small scale industrial units are gradually being located in relatively more advanced districts having better infra-structural facilities and comparatively more urbanized. Thus in the absence of proper transportation rail and road and communication facilities in many parts of the country, industrial development could not be attained in those regions in-spite of having huge development potentialities in those areas.

      As girls they are raised to work for and better their family. Ultimately, agro-based industries expand. An NIC also trades more with other countries and has a higher standard of living than developing countries. Bihar, Orissa and Uttar Pradesh have been lagging behind in respect of the pace of industrialization.

      Taking Western region and West Bengal together, their combined share was Self-sufficiency in defence materials can be achieved only through industrial development. Some of these factors have led to the emergence of sickness in certain industries particularly when market conditions tend to generate a measure of competition with the economy. Through its mandate today, the Committee aims to serve as the premier international forum for senior-level policy makers to identify, discuss, develop, and disseminate a vision of regional development policy that is place-based, multi-level, multi-sectoral, evidence-based and innovative.


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Industrialisation & regional development in India book

Ashok Kumar passed his B. Regional development is a broad term but can be seen as a general effort to reduce regional disparities by supporting employment and wealth-generating economic activities in regions. He started his academic career as a Researcher Associate in the Kakatiya University, Warangal and is currently serving as Lecturer in Economics in the S.

This trend is all along against the smooth industrial development of the country.

Newly industrialized country

Economic development of any country is associated with industrialisation. Not only that, as the pace of industrialisation gathers momentum, demand for agricultural raw materials rises and industry expands.

Please help us clarify the article. Past policies have failed to reduce regional disparities significantly and have not been able to help individual lagging regions to catch up, despite the allocation of significant public funding. In a regime of protection from international competition, industries have tended to get established at sub-optimal capacities, leading to a high cost industrial structure.

Obstacle 8. The main reasons behind this low percentage of poverty in Punjab and Haryana arc their strong production base and better distribution of income. Thus, growing sickness of industrial units has resulted in a huge problem in the path of industrial development of the country.

The assets of Birlas also increased from Rs. In industrialised societies the nuclear familyconsisting of only parents and their growing children, predominates. But these problems are not insurmountable. But due to repeated efforts of the government to disperse such concentration, the degree of such concentration has been declining gradually.

While in the former case, the ratio between the two lowest and highest figures was 1 : 2. Population below Poverty Line: Percentage of population living below the poverty line in different states is another important indicator of regional imbalance or disparities.

All other states and Union Territories jointly accounted the remaining 60 per cent of total location of large factories, 45 per cent of total industrial employment, 41 per cent of total industrial output and 42 per cent of value-added.

For example, India and China, because of their large populations, have low per capita incomes even though they have significant economic growth rates and large manufacturing sectors. Western capitalist countries amply demonstrate this thesis.objectives of industrial policy were: a high growth rate, national self-reliance, reduction of foreign dominance, building up of indigenous capacity, encouraging small scale industry, bringing about balanced regional development, prevention of concentration of economic power, reduction of income inequalities and control of economy by the State.

This book contains lectures on the Economic Development of Japan which was delivered in English by the author at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (GRIPS) in Tokyo from to Regional development is a broad term but can be seen as a general effort to reduce regional disparities by supporting (employment and wealth-generating) economic activities in regions.

In the past, regional development policy tended to try to achieve these objectives by means of large-scale infrastructure development and by attracting inward.

Indian Society and Social Change Page 5 MODULE 1 FEATURES OF INDIAN SOCIETY Features of Indian Society-Rural Among the earliest human groups, gathering was the main source of food.

Gradually man acquired the skill and knowledge in agriculture. With the development of agriculture, people began. Regional Development Planning; Issues and Realities 41st ISoCaRP Congress 3 examination of a number of physical, social, economic and environmental aspects of the building site and the neighboring sites.

Industrialisation

The recognized purpose of any development is social investment. But human progress is not an automatic consequence of economic growth. • India is the second fastest growing economy. • Inadequate infrastructure: −significant constraint on India's growth potential −retards GDP growth rate by % p.a.

(estimates) −acts as a major barrier to Foreign Direct Investment −hinders the objective of Inclusive development.