DMPQ: What is Disinvestment? What are its advantages and disadvantages.

Disinvestment is the practice of selling of shares by an organisation ( generally used for government) to the private sector. Disinvestment is de-nationalization of less than 100 per cent ownership transfer from the state to the private sector. The objective of disinvestment is to mobilise the resources, To use the resources for productive purposes like … Read more

DMPQ: What is globalisation? Examine its impact on the pattern of employment.

Globalisation means integration of economies and societies through cross country flows of information ,ideas ,technologies , goods, services, capital finance and people. The current wave of globalisation, which started after 1991had profound effects on the labour market and the employment situation of workers all over the world. The changes in pattern of employment and labour … Read more

DMPQ: Development is a myth without rendering women equality. Discuss in the context with women participation in labor force.

There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women. Development is incomplete without rendering gender equality. It is a myth when 50% of the biological stream is lagging behind due to unavailability of equality of opportunity. According to the economic survey 2017-18, there are 24% women workforce as compared to men. … Read more

DMPQ: What is PPP ? Certain issues are faced by PPP. Examine that. 

PPP is public private partnership where a private entity enters into a contract with a government entity to provide public asset or service in which the private party provides its managerial expertise and operational efficiency.   Remuneration in this is linked to performance. PPP model was envisioned for infrastructure sector but now it is present in … Read more

DMPQ: Wealth inequality is a serious concern for the Government around the world. What are the reasons for wealth inequality in India? List down the consequence of wealth inequality.

:  According to a report of Oxfam international , India’s richest now hold 58% of country’s wealth. 57 billionaires in the country have the same wealth as that of the bottom 70% population, Wealth inequality is a serious issue. The reasons for wealth inequality are: Growing incidence of Tax avoidance and Tax evasion Existence of … Read more

DMPQ:What are the causes of unemployment in India?

Even though India has experienced a high growth period in the last 15 years but its employment elasticity has remained on lower side. The period is sometimes termed as Jobless growth period. Following are the reasons for unemployment in India: Low productivity in agriculture. Disguised unemployment in agriculture is a serious issue. More than 48% … Read more

DMPQ: India’s growth story has bypassed the industrial sector. what  are the reasons for low performance of industrial sector in India post liberalisation.

The industrial sector has performed poorly in the reform period because of decreasing demand of industrial products due to various reasons’ such as cheaper imports, inadequate investment, infrastructure etc. India is a founder member of WTO and in facilitating globalisation of Indian Economy, India like other developing countries is compelled to open up its economy … Read more

DMPQ: What is black money? Discuss its implication in context of India?

Black money is defined  as assets or resources that have neither been reported to the public authorities at the time of their generation nor disclosed at any point of time during the possession. The problem with  black money is huge . It has serious socio-political and economic implications. According to sources the estimate of GDP … Read more

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