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Financial Development in India

Veena Tandon (Author)
Synopsis The Indian economy has made rapid strides in the first 50 years of freedom, achieving food self-sufficiency, creating a strong and diversified industrial base, developing technological capabilities in sophisticated areas and establishing growing linkages with an integrated world economy. This book provides a detailed description and analysis of the evaluation and the present nature of financial system in India. It examines the existing arrangements fore financial transfers, role of finance commission and planning commission to reduce vertical and horizontal imbalances. It also presents an estimate of the savings of the Indian government and its departmental undertakings, gross capital formation and the magnitude of the development and consumption expenditure broken up under broad functional heads.
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About the author

Veena Tandon

Dr. Veena Tandon FNASc, MSc and PhD from Panjab University is a Professor of Zoology, serving at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong for the last >30 years as a teacher and researcher of Parasitology. She has studied in depth the worm parasite spectrum in vertebrates of economic and food value in Northeast India, with emphasis on geographical distribution and influence of environmental factors on prevalence and transmission of parasitic infections in the region. She is recipient of the coveted ‘E.K. JanakiAmmal National Award in Animal Taxonomy’ (2006), conferred by Ministry of Environment & Forests, Government of India.

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Bibliographic information

Title Financial Development in India
Author Veena Tandon
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2001
Edition 1st. Ed.
Publisher Rajat Publications
Language: English
isbn 8178800039
length viii+323p.