Mobilization of Resources – 3: Government Finances

  Mobilization of Resources – 3: Government Finances               Government of India retains a big role in economy. In aftermath of LPG reforms, it has pulled back substantially from private sector, yet its presence is unquestionable and desirable in social sector, defense and security, provision of public goods and …

Resource Mobilization – 2: Capital Markets

                   Resource Mobilization 2: Capital Markets ARCHIVES     Resources can be mobilized either for short term or for long term. Economy consists of huge number of enterprises and individuals, requirements of all of them differ. Some have surplus cash to save, while some other needs cash. Some firms/individuals wants to make good there short …

Mobilization of Resources 1 – Banking

Mobilization of Resources 1 – Banking  ARCHIVES                 Table of Content Introduction to resource mobilization Basic of Banking Evolution of Banking in India Banking and Agriculture Types of Banks Post offices as Financial Intermediary Role and functions of RBI Priority Sector Lending Some other related Institutions – DICGC, …

Investments, Models and Related Concepts

                             INVESTMENTS, RECENT MODEL AND RELATED CONCEPT Investment in common parlance means exchanging money for a ‘return or profit yielding asset’. Individual earning money can either invest his money or consume it. When he invests that money, asset will supplement his future income. So if a certain part of income is set aside regularly …

Effects of Liberalization on Indian Economy and Society

Effects of Liberalization on Indian Economy and Society Table of Content Growth rate Industry Agriculture Services Education Sector & Health Sector We have seen landmark shift in Indian Economy since the adoption of new economic policy in 1991. This had far reaching impacts on all spheres of life in India. There can be no concrete …