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. TRANSIT-INDIA AND BANGLADESH

    TRANSIT-INDIA AND BANGLADESH 1. Geographically, Bangladesh is positioned astride the Indian mainland and the North Eastern Region (NER). The strategic Siliguri corridor is the only land route, which connects both parts of India. Prior to the partition of India in 1947, most of the trade and movement...

  3. Economic Reforms since 1991

    Economic Reforms in India since 1991: Has Gradualist Approach Worked? By Vadapalli.Tilak Kumar, India was a latecomer to economic reforms, embarking on the process in earnest only in 1991, in the wake of an exceptionally severe balance of payments crisis. The need for a policy shift had become evident...

  4. executive summary of india and pakistan

    now Pakistan was ruled in different periods by local kings and numerous imperial powers. Pakistan's political history began with the birth of the all India Muslim League in 1906 to protect "Muslim interests, amid neglect and under-representation" and to oppose Congress and growing Indian nationalism in...

  5. Manufacturing Sector India

    Manufacturing Sector in INDIA Contents Page No. 1) Introduction 1 2) Lewin’s Force Field Analysis 5 3) Porters five force analysis 6 4) What do Manufacturer Wants? 7 5) Growth Agenda 8 6) Merits and Demerits of foreign entities 13 INTRODUCTION The economic development in India followed socialist-inspired...

  6. 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’...

  7. Problems with Quality of Education Among Muslims

    PROBLEMS WITH QUALITY OF EDUCATION AMONG MUSLIMS Mohammad Ashraf Malik Research scholar, Department of psychology, AMU, Aligarh Abstract The present paper reviews the available evidence on the problems with quality of education among...

  8. Socio-Economic Problem Common Faced in India and America

    Essay: Socio-Economic problem common faced in India and America Problem of unemployment is a common socio-economic problem faced in India and United states. Reasons for the problem are more or less similar only differing in the intensity, complexity and depth. Looking at India first unemployment...

  9. Socio Economic ANalysis of Bangladesh

    1. Introduction The diversity and complexity of economic, demographic and social impediments to development in the poor parts of the Muslim world have far-reaching consequences internally, regionally and internationally. It should be noted from the onset that those impediments are not observed only...

  10. CHAPTER 2 org

    out many aspect of MSME in India. He has stated the importance of religious composition of India and MSMEs in India. He also had given emphasis on the structure of MSMEs in India in his book. The other areas were the author has focused are the role of MSMEs in India, problem faced by those MSMEs, focus...

  11. 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...

  12. Social Issues in India

    MODULE - VIII Social Structure Socio-Cultural Issues in Contemporary India Notes 20 SOCIO-CULTURAL ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA I n the previous lesson you have learnt about the social structure in India. You read about tribal, rural and urban societies, about stratification in terms of caste and...

  13. 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...

  14. 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...

  15. 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...

  16. 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...

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

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

  18. 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...

  19. 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...

  20. 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...

  21. 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...

  22. 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...

  23. 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...

  24. 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...

  25. can india become a superpower

    CAN INDIA BECOME A SUPERPOWER Introduction: 1. The end of the Cold War and the era of “unipolar” US dominance that followed has led many to wonder about the future of international power. Who will rival, or perhaps even replace, the US? At least one…At least one obvious candidate has emerged...

  26. 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...

  27. 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...

  28. Q6. Discuss the Socio-Economic Factors Affect Consumer Behaviour and Movement

    Personal factors can also affect the consumer behavior. Some of the important personal factors that influence the buying behavior are: lifestyle, economic situation, occupation, age, personality and self concept. Psychological Factors: There are four important psychological factors affecting the consumer...

  29. 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 ...

  30. 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...