DMPQ: Wealth inequality is a serious concern for the Government around the world. What are the reasons for wealth inequality in India? List down the consequence of wealth inequality.

:  According to a report of Oxfam international , India’s richest now hold 58% of country’s wealth. 57 billionaires in the country have the same wealth as that of the bottom 70% population, Wealth inequality is a serious issue. The reasons for wealth inequality are: Growing incidence of Tax avoidance and Tax evasion Existence of … Read more

DMPQ:What are the causes of unemployment in India?

Even though India has experienced a high growth period in the last 15 years but its employment elasticity has remained on lower side. The period is sometimes termed as Jobless growth period. Following are the reasons for unemployment in India: Low productivity in agriculture. Disguised unemployment in agriculture is a serious issue. More than 48% … Read more

DMPQ: India’s growth story has bypassed the industrial sector. what  are the reasons for low performance of industrial sector in India post liberalisation.

The industrial sector has performed poorly in the reform period because of decreasing demand of industrial products due to various reasons’ such as cheaper imports, inadequate investment, infrastructure etc. India is a founder member of WTO and in facilitating globalisation of Indian Economy, India like other developing countries is compelled to open up its economy … Read more

A healthy Infrastructure is a catalyst for a good economy. Discuss the statement in context of India. List down the key issues faced by infrastructure sector.

A healthy infrastructure provides platform for smooth functioning of economic activity. Power, telecom, transportation etc are essential for any business or economic activity. If country wants to be on the growth path it needs to work hard on capital formation in terms of infrastructure. According to economic survey, India needs $4.5 trillion for sustaining growth … Read more

What is the Green revolution? Analyse the impact of green revolution.

Green revolution is an agricultural revolution in which agricultural productivity was increased by providing package of inputs like High yield variety seeds, chemical fertiliser and better irrigation facility. It lead to the increased agricultural production and made India a self -reliant country in terms of food production. Impact of green revolution are summarised as below: … Read more

What is the role of NITI aayog?

NITI aayog(National Institute for transforming India)  is a policy think tank of the Government of India to achieve sustainable development goals and to achieve cooperative cooperative federalism by enhancing the role of state government in the economic policy making and to make bottom up approach a reality. The role of NITI aayog will be: Bring … Read more

Highlight the Characteristics of Indian economy.

Indian economy has come a long way since independence. From socialist pattern to liberalised era it , from being agrarian to service oriented economy it has seen many ups and downs. The basic features of Indian economy are enumerated as follows: India is a developing economy with low per capita income. Current Per capita income … Read more

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