Economic Development And Planning In India Regular Previous Year Question Paper Year 2006 : IIIrd Year

SECTION ‘A’

Q. 1. Examine the salient features of the Indian economy in the post 2000 period. Compare with the Indian economy on the eve of independence. 10, 5
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Q. 2. Critically examine the nature of poverty and unem¬ployment in the rural sector in India. Discuss the major poverty alleviation and employment generation programmes that have been undertaken by the government for this sector, in recent years.
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Q. 3. Critically examine the link between population growth and economic development in India. 15
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Q. 4. In what respects has the role that was envisaged for the public sector changed from the Industrial Policy Resolution of 1956 to the New Industrial Policy of 1991 ? What was the rationale behind this change ? 10, 5
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Q. 5. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) Role of capital formation in India’s development.
(ii) Trends in urbanisation in India;
{iii) Merits and demerits of unbalanced growth strategy
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SECTION ‘B’

Q. 6. Critically assess the performance of institutional sources in meeting the credit requirements of the agricultural sector in India. 15
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Q. 7. What role can cottage and small scale sector play in modern India ? Briefly outline the measures adopted by the government to promote the growth of this sector.
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Q. 8. Describe briefly the policy of the government towards foreign capital. What changes have been made in this policy since 1991 to liberalise it ?
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Q. 9. Examine the composition and direction of India’s for¬eign trade in the post 2000 period. 15
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Q. 10. Write short notes on any two of the following :
(i) Institutional versus technological change in agri¬culture;
(ii) Limitations of import substitution;
(iii) Targeted public distribution system in India.
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