Free Essays on Socio Economic Problems In India

  1. Socio Economic Problems in India

    Socio Economic Problems-in India < Back to Archive The socio economic problem in india is over population, economic issue (poverty, sanitation, corruption, Education and violence (naxalism, religious, caste related and terrorism). Socioeconomic factors are the social and economic experiences and realities...

  2. Economy of India

    Essay on Problems of Modern India S Nataraj India is a fastest developing country in the world. India, with its diversified culture, civilization, natural resources, technology and huge skilled human resources, is also a fastest growing economy in the world. But at the same time there...

  3. IMPACT SOCIO CULTURAL FACTORS ON BUSINESS

     Business is an economic activity and decision making by the management is an economic process. It will be influenced by economic and non economic environment of business. You will appreciate that the business environment is quit complex, with heterogeneous elements in the...

  4. Socio Cultural Factors in Rural Mktg

    fruits of economic development have been enjoyed by the urban people. They are leading a better life in terms of literacy, sanitation, health facilities than their counterparts in rural areas. But the rural market is huge potential in India, as more than 70% of population lives in rural India. So as per...

  5. Malnutrition in India

    MALNUTRITION IN INDIA India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies sitting on a population of 1.241 billion [1]. Yet still, since its independence in 1947 majority of Indian population is either at or below the National Poverty Line. According to a report by the World Bank, malnutrition in India is more...

  6. Essays-India 2020

    Report of the Committee on India Vision 2020 Chairman Dr. S. P. Gupta lR;eso t;rs Planning Commission Government of India New Delhi DECEMBER, 2002 d` " .k pUæ iUr K. C. PANT mik/;{k ;ks t uk vk;ks x Hkkjr DEPUTY CHAIRMAN PLANNING COMMISSION INDIA lR;es o t;rs FOREWORD ...

  7. Is India growing or developing?

    IS INDIA GROWING OR DEVELOPING? INTRODUCTION: India is the tenth largest economy in the world(by nominal GDP) is the second fastest growing economy in the world.But still we have the one third of the world’s poorest people. Have we ever think about this...

  8. Economic Growth Comparison Bangladesh and India

    Pattern and Sources of Economic Growth, comparison between Bangladesh and India. Introduction: GDP (Gross Domestic Product) is indicator of a nation’s economic Growth- Measured by the market value of all officially recognized final goods and services produced within a country in a given period. Through...

  9. Suicides a Major Problem Among Indian Teens

    Suicides a Major Problem among Indian Teens: Experts New Delhi Teen suicides in India are among the highest in the world, say the authors of a report on suicides among certain population categories, with special reference to the country. "Suicides are a major problem worldwide with the highest...

  10. India

    The economic development in India followed socialist-inspired policies for most of its independent history, including state-ownership of many sectors; India's per capita income increased at only around 1% annualised rate in the three decades after Independence.[1] Since the mid-1980s, India has slowly...

  11. The Achievements and Limitations of Technological Transfer Economics

    The Achievements And Limitations Of Technological Transfer Economics Essay Introduction The fact that food is one of the basic needs of world population needs no referencing. In the early times, increase in the production of crop was due to increase in the area of cultivation but in today’s era, scenario...

  12. An Overview of Regional Economic Integration to Asean Economic Integration

    AN OVERVIEW OF REGIONAL ECONOMIC INTEGRATION TO ASEAN ECONOMIC INTEGRATION Student: Truong Pham Lan Phuong - MDE-16 Introduction Since the latter of the twentieth century, the world economy has experienced an unprecedented intensification of economic and financial integration in both global...

  13. Changing Socio Economic Ties and Its Effect on Officer Men Relationship

    memory, an annual ritual to be observed only by the Army at Drass. Since then, the nation has moved on. A generation has grown up in the new, prosperous India full of gleaming glass and chrome buildings that dot our burgeoning cities. New employment avenues have opened up. There are more people involved...

  14. Agriculture Finance in India

    MUMBAI UNIVERSITY Project on AGRICULTURAL FINANCE IN INDIA BACHELOR OF COMMERCE(banking &amp; insurance) SEMESTER V SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (B &amp; I) BY MISS SCHIYA PRAMOD GUIDED BY Prof. SEEMA PAWAR ...

  15. Child Labour Is a Major Problem in India

    major problem in India. It is a great challenge that the country is facing. The prevalence of it is evident by the child work participation rates which are higher in India than in other developing countries. Estimates cite figures of child labour between 60 and 115 million working children in India, the...

  16. Poverty in India

    Poverty in India Poverty is one of the major problems in India. It is the root cause of many socio-economic problems including population explosion, unemployment, and child labour and rising graph of crimes. Poverty...

  17. Impact of Inflation on Scheduled Castes in India

    IMPACT OF INFLATION ON SCHEDULED CASTES IN INDIA Denzil Fernandes It is over twenty years since economic reforms were introduced in India in order to respond to the economic crisis that plagued the country in 1991. A steep fall in foreign exchange reserves, rising inflation, large fiscal...

  18. Judicial Activism in India: a Necessary Evil

    JUDICIAL ACTIVISM IN INDIA: A NECESSARY EVIL Arpita Saha National Law University, Jodhpur, India ABSTRACT Judicial activism has always been a source of heated debate, especially in the light of recent developments in this regard. Over the last few years with various controversial decisions, judges of...

  19. India in the Decades Post-Liberalization

    English 151 2010 The Awakening of a Sleeping Tiger: India in the Decades Post-Liberalization “It has been said that arguing against globalization is like arguing against the laws of gravity.” Kofi Anan is attributed with this saying, one that succinctly summarizes globalization’s...

  20. Is Caste an Economic Development Vehicle?

    evil," "divisive," and "a curse" that must be 'eradicated' if India is "to prosper." Yet he concedes that, despite its suspected racial origin, caste had done good to India by helping in work specialisation, which had made India an economic super power till CE 1700. But, he says, it is an old story...

  21. India tea

    consumers of all group, Meleni Maksuti and Rajah Rahman, two-tea enthusiast, decided to open an online store to take advantage of the rising demand. At India tea, the basic idea is to sell tea straight from those factories in the Indian Subcontinent, which are not yet as prominent in the tea market like Lipton...

  22. Economic Inequality

    Economic inequality is referred to financial disparity where everyone in the society is of different economic class, with unequal distribution of wealth and income differences and result- ing in some living in extreme poverty while others live in extreme luxury as noted by Dye (2012). Economic inequalities...

  23. The Socio-Economic Effects of Teenage Pregnancy on Girls in Secondary School

    Statement of the Research Problem Teenage pregnancy continues to receive attention because of the early age at which adolescents engage in sexual activity and the result which is an unplanned and unintended pregnancy. In Trinidad and Tobago teenage pregnancy accounted for 15% of all births in 2003....

  24. The Strategy of Economic Planning

    PLANNINGS Economic Planning: • Economic Planning means “It is an outline or broad statement of schemes on programmes designed to realize certain pre-determined economic objectives, in a particular order of priorities, according to a strategy within a specified period of time is called Economic Planning...

  25. Insurgency and its impact upon North-Eastern India with special reference to Assam and Bodoland conflict

    First Year Section A Topic- Insurgency and its impact upon North-Eastern India with special reference to Assam and Bodoland conflict. Abstract “The Northeastern part of India has been replete with episodes of violent secessionist and separatist movements since the time...

  26. Pak India Relatiion

    Pakistan India Relations As seen in “The Nation” newspaper. Link http://nation.com.pk/archives/May-20-2008 Pakistan-India relations since independence have been the victim of oscillations between short-lived periods of euphoria and raised expectations followed by long intervals marked by disappointment...

  27. National Integration in India

    India is a vast country with a vast population. The vast population follows different cultures and religions; and; belongs to different castes and sub-castes, races and communities. So, the national integration of India invariably depends on the integrity of its citizens. It is the individuals who constitute...

  28. economics

    Gujarat, India 2 Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Gujarat, India ABSTRACT Gujarat’s tourism industry is one of the most diverse products on the global scene. To develop and promote tourism as an ‘Engine of economic growth’...

  29. The Limits of Cultural-Economic Explanations of Ethnic Phenomenon :

    Science. Siliguri College. | |The Limits of Cultural-Economic Explanations of Ethnic Phenomenon : | | ...

  30. Adolescents in Transition in India

    on adult. In India, adolescence is traditionally viewed as an age of learning and strengthening the moral, spiritual and intellectual basis. It is therefore, a period considered for the adolescents to strictly abstain from sexual and reproductive activity. However the changing socio-cultural and technological...

  31. Poltics in India

    West Bengal as to form new State called Gorkhaland. The demand for Gorkhaland as a constituent state within the Union of India has been the oldest demands in the history of modern India , till now its gain nothing rather remains as history creator of Indian Gorkha even after more than hundred years. Over...

  32. Business Environment - China vs India

    China vs India ‘For Australian businesses looking to expand their operations overseas, China is a more attractive location than India.’ To what extent do you agree with this statement? Justify your answer. ________________________________________ Introduction In the year 2007, China and India ranked...

  33. Role of Ngo

    which seek basic social and economic transformations just as there are social movements which articulate and struggle for the interests of the oppressed and those marginalized in society. 2. We are concerned with those parties and movements which strive for social and economic transformations to achieve...

  34. The Nature and scope of Managerial Economics

    OF MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS MODULE - 1 UNIT 1 THE NATURE AND SCOPE OF MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS The Nature and Scope of Managerial Economics NOTES Structure 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Introduction Unit Objectives What is Managerial Economics? Why Do Managers Need to Know Economics? 1.3.1 How...

  35. Is India Really Shining ?

    Is India really shining? In the face of the worldwide economic downturn of 2008, the Indian economy stood strong. Over the period when the old world economic giants like U.S and U.K were struggling to get their economies back on track the demand for consumer goods in India actually went up. The word...

  36. Is India too soft to become a global power?

    to ensure a world order. United States, Russia, U.K., China and some others may rightly be called as global powers for their strategic and politico-economic leverage. Historical evidence suggests that these powers have not been soft at all in their course to power struggle. Softness may be defined as the...

  37. Gender Inequality

    In Sociology the word gender refers to the socio-cultural characterization of man and woman, the way societies make a distinction between men and women and assign them social roles. The distinction between sex and gender was introduced to deal with the general tendency to attribute women's subordination...

  38. Toilets in Trains in India

    is attached with it to support the research. [NCRD’S STERLING INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT STUDIES] Page 9 [RESEARCH METHODLOGY] (2008-09) PROBLEM Indian Railways (IR) runs 8700 passenger trains, reaching about 7000 stations and handling approximately 1.6 crore passengers per day. One of the...

  39. Doing Business in India

    INDIA – DOING BUSINESS IN INDIA ITUL DAN-CATALIN India, officially the Republic of India is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by geographical area, the second-most populous country, and the largest democracy in the world. Bounded by the Indian Ocean on the south...

  40. Problem of Ageing in India

    consists of ages nearing the average life span of human beings. The boundary of old age cannot be defined exactly. It varies according to societies. In India, the old age or the grey population accounted for 6.7% of total population in 1991. This rose to 7.4% in 2001 census and then again further increased...

  41. Mrcool

    leader, philosopher, anthropologist, historian, orator, economist, teacher, editor, prolific writer, revolutionary and a revivalist for Buddhism in India. He was also the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. In 2012 he was chosen greatest Indian after Mahatma Gandhi in a nationwide poll held by...

  42. india in 2050

     INDIA IN 2050 India is the Country of diversity. It is the beauty if diversity that makes india a very unique country in every aspect be it technical, scientific, social, or environmental. Every Indian is worth of accomplishing every...

  43. The Role of Nris in India

    peace and prosperity of India and Indians around the world. There are over 25 millions NRIs in the world population. This is a significant population, that is talented, resourceful, and quite sensitive towards the development of India. During the period of last six months, India has gone through a cycle...

  44. Taiwan: Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism

    Lascano Loor Student No. 221501 Class S3 Taiwan: Socio-cultural Impacts of Tourism 25.04.2008 1 Outline I. Introduction II. Facts about Taiwan’s tourism III. Positive effects of tourism in Taiwan A. Employment B. Economic IV. Negative socio-cultural effects in Taiwan A. Xenophobia B. Prostitution ...

  45. Health Care in India

    Health Care in India In the writing “India”, author Perri Klass offers a powerful argument for the economic social determinants of health and the need to help the poor, vulnerable populations of the world. In her article, she describes a situation where she was unable to diagnose a case of tuberculosis...

  46. Naxalite Problem of India

    Today, the Naxalite problem is ‘the single largest threat to India’. Largest number of domestic terrorist organisations in the world are in India. The footprint of the Naxalites has spread till India's capital New Delhi, as also the forest and hilly areas of northern States The Naxalite movement has...

  47. Integrity; Panacea for Socio-Economic and Political Challenges in Nigeria

    “Integrity: Panacea for Socio-Economic and Political Challenges in Nigeria” Nigeria is a nation blessed with vast human and mineral resources. Ironically, her economy is struggling to leverage the country’s vast wealth to displace the economic and political challenges that affects its population...

  48. Unesco-Higher Education in India-Vision N Action.Doc

    Higher Education in India Vision and Action Country Paper UNESCO World Conference on Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century Paris, 5-9 October 1998 Indian National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO October 1998 This paper has been brought out by Indian National Commission...

  49. Educational Reforms in India - 1

    Educational reforms in India since independence – Flaws &amp; suggestions Education has been considered as one of the very important dominion in our national life. Education holds the important key for development and progress in every aspects of our existence, which starts from an integrated and synergic...

  50. Muslims in India - Needs for Empowerment

    MUNNETRA KAZHAGAM 7 VADA MARAICOIR STREET, CHENNAI 600 001 INDIA TEL 91 44 25233884 FAX 91 44 25223868 Email tmmkpresident@desertmail.com | | Agenda Item No. 3 b SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF MUSLIM MINORITY COMMUNITY IN INDIA Mr. Chairman, I thank you for giving me an opportunity...

  51. Comparing the Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors of Crime in India and Germany

    Comparing the Socio-Economic and Demographic Factors of Crime in India and Germany Table 1: Criminal Statistics in India and Germany 2009 | India | Germany | Population | 1,170,938,000 | 82,002,400 | Number of Registered Cases | 6,675,217 | 6,054,330 | Offence Rate ...

  52. Foreign Country Analysis Report - India

    The Economic System 4. The Legal System 5. Culture 6. Geography 7. Conclusion 1. Introduction In recent decades, globalization plays an important role in integrating and emerging different countries’ economy and culture. For instance, the economic potential of BRIC (Brazil, Russia, India and...

  53. India: Home of the World's Largest Street Children Population

    India is home to the world’s largest population of street children, estimated at 18 million.[32] The Republic of India is the seventh largest and second most populous country in the world. With acceleration in economic growth, India has become one of the fastest growing developing countries. This has...

  54. development of india

    Development of india CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1. India has proven to be a country assuming global importance historically due to reasons of development and prosperity. It was the 'Golden Bird' of yesteryears and was envied by other nations with an intention to dominate and control the vast resources...

  55. Globalization Is a Phenomenon

    caught in the midst of new economic and transnational crosscurrents. There are life-affirming changes on many fronts — improvement in national infrastructure, travel, communications, technology and health care. But these changes are giving rise to some new ethical problems. Rapid and irreversible...

  56. Illitracy Problems in America

    In America, there are many problems that have to be dealt with. One of those problems is illiteracy. The number of people who cannot read or write is rising quickly. This is a huge problem in the United States that everyone should realize. America one of the highest illiteracy percentage compared to...

  57. Socio-Legal Perspective of Dowry

    SOCIO LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF DOWRY”: Mrs. Reshma, M.A., LLB, M.Phil (Research Scholar) Asst.Professor, Dept. of SOCIOLOGY, Government First Grade Collage, Tarikere, Chickmagalur District. Mob: no: 9448948451 * Introduction: - Nature created woman different from men with a definite purpose. Balance...

  58. Employment and Unemployment Situation in India

    Brief Introduction about MOSPI * What is NSSO? * Agricultural Surveys * Price Collection Survey * Annual Survey of Industries * Socio Economic Survey * Objective of the survey on employment and unemployment * Survey outline of NSS 66th round survey * Sample Design * Estimation...

  59. China and India Political and Economical Structures

    The People’s Republic of China and the Republic of India: Comparing and Contrasting Political and Economic Structures I. Introduction: In a political perspective “The People’s Republic of China” and the “Republic of India” are from diverse dimensions in which China is mostly dominated by the...

  60. India the Youngest Nation by 2020

    20 to 30 years – when a greater proportion of people are young and in the working age-group. This cuts spending on dependants, spurring economic growth. India is set to have one of the youngest populations in the world by 2020, as well as a growing aspirational and lower middle class which is supposed...