1. OBJECTIVE extensive training was imparted to the … The CPI-IW purports to measure the Officers/ Officials of the NSSO at different temporal change in the retail prices of fixed places by the Labour Bureau before the launch basket of goods and services being consumed of the actual work. by the target group i.e. an […]

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CHAPTER IV. COMPILATION OF THE NEW generally superior in quality compared with SERIES OF CONSUMER PRICE INDEX NUMBERS the food-grains sold in: the fair price shops. The 1960 series of the Consumer Price Index This raises the important issue of the Numbers have been criticised in the past on treatment of the two sets of […]

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                      CHAPTER I the Government. The text of the Resolution                  INTRODUCTION dated the 31st May, 1977 , constituting the 1.1  The Consumer Price Index (CPD Numbers Committee, is reproduced below :- for the working class, compiled by the Labour 1. Resolution Bureau of the Government of India, are important indicators of the changing economic […]

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The purpose of this section is to make available to the readers official documents such as reports of committees, commissions, working groups, task forces, etc., appointed by various ministries, departments, agencies of central and state governments and international organisations, which are not readily accessible either because they are old, or because of the usual problems […]

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The paper examines long-term relations among saving, investment, and interest rates during the periods of financial repression, and financial liberalisation in India. We find that interest rate movements are non-responsive to the deviations of lending flows from savings flows. The examination of causal relation between saving and lending shows that there is no support to […]

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The paper examines the determinants of workforce structure with respect o status and sector. It develops multinomial regression model by using National Sample Survey Organisation (NSSO) households survey data to analyse factors that influence types of employment of workers in rural Andhra Pradesh. The variables considered for the study are total assets( land cultivated), social group, […]

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The reform package for agriculture emphasises on making terms of trade favourable, and assumes that these can take care of capital formation, technical change, and output in the agriculture sector. The results of this study show that the terms of trade have become favourable to the sector in the reform period. However, the favourable impact […]

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Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan are educationally backward. They also belong to the group of ‘low performing’ states, along with Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh. Rajasthan, which was much behind Andhra Pradesh for a long period in educational development, has in the recent years forged ahead of Andhra Pradesh not only in educational development, but […]

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            CHAPTER I concrete programmes, based on the report of          INTRODUCTION the Fact Finding Committee, to remove 1.1. The decision of the Government to imbalance between districts within their appoint our Committee was announced in respective regions. both the Houses of the State Legislature on July 29, 1983. Read More.

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