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Indian Economy Book Mishra Puri Pdf

Indian Economy
by Uma Kapila

This text is based on the ‘restructured syllabus’ incorporating the revised reading list. It provides comprehensive coverage in easy presentation.

Financial Management
by Prasanna Chandra

Financial Management: Theory and Practice celebrates the 23rd Anniversary of its publication. Over these two decades, Indian business and finance have considerably changed owing to deregulation, liberalisation, privatisation, globalisation, and the ascendance of the services sector. The book has kept pace with these changes and captures the central themes and concerns of corporate financial management-making it both contemporary and comprehensive.The book seeks to:*Build understanding of the central ideas and theories of modern finance*Develop familiarity with the analytical techniques helpful in financial decision making *Furnish institutional material relevant for understanding the environment in which financial decisions are taken *Discuss the practice of financial management.

The Indian Rivers
by Dhruv Sen Singh

The book presents geomorphological studies of the major river basins – the Indus, Ganga and Brahmaputra and their tributaries. Besides major basins, the book explores peninsular rivers and other rivers state-by-state. All types of rivers, i.e. snow-fed, rain-fed and groundwater-fed rivers are explained together in geological framework.

Rivers are lifeline and understanding of the rivers, their dynamics, science and socio-economic aspect is very important. However, different sources provide different data base for rivers. But a book which explains all major rivers of a country at a single place was not yet available. This book is the first book of its kind in the world which provides expert opinion on all major rivers of a country like India. This book complements works in these areas for the last two to three decades on major rivers of India by eminent professors and scientists from different universities, IITs and Indian research institutions.

The information presented in the book would appeal to a wider readership from students, teachers to researchers and planners engaged in developmental work and also to common people of the society concerned with awareness about rivers.


Indian Economy
by Ruddar Datt, K. P. M. Sundharam

The Teachers Of Indian Economics Have Been Feeling The Need For A Text-Book Which Highlights The Problems Of Growth And Presents A New Approach To The Study Of Indian Economy. This Book Makes An Attempt To Discard The Traditional Approach To The Subject And Present A Development Oriented Study Of The Indian Economy.

Regional Planning in India
by Mahesh Chand, V.K. Puri

Although a few books dealing with some specialised aspects of regional planning have appeared in India, there has been no systematic treatment of the subject from the teaching angle, embracing the whole field of regional planning, drawing attention to to the work done by Indian scholars and focusing on Indian problems. The present book is an attempt in this direction. The 12 chapters of the book, besides dealing with the concepts, methods and techniques of regional planning, have been devoted to specific problems in regional development such as regional imbalances, rural development, backward area development and tribal area development. This provides the necessary orientation to the directions in which regional planning is relevant.