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Category Archives: Economics

The average number of children born to each woman in a given region over the course of her lifetime is known as the total fertility… Read More
The PRASHAD Program was introduced by the Indian government in 2014–2015 through the Ministry of Tourism. The program’s name was altered to “National Mission on… Read More
An Eurasian political, economic, and military organisation is known as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO). The Shanghai Five, which was founded by the presidents of… Read More
The Food Safety and Standards Act was officially unveiled by the government on August 23, 2006. Prior to the creation and implementation of the Food… Read More
The Public Provident Fund (PPF) scheme is the fastest growing savings scheme in the country with the motive to encourage citizens to save regularly, irrespective… Read More
The Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) was established at the height of the Cold War, with the fall of the colonial order and the fights for the… Read More
Aajeevika – National Rural Livelihoods Mission was launched in June 2011 with a budget of $5.1 billion by the Government of India under the Ministry… Read More
A strategy used by people, groups, start-up businesses, or entrepreneurs to develop, finance, and implement solutions to social, cultural, or environmental challenges is known as… Read More
Natural Rubber refers to elastomers that are manufactured naturally. Latex, a milky white liquid that drips from the bark of various tropical and subtropical plants,… Read More
The Direct Benefit Transmission (DBT) scheme was implemented by the Indian government on January 1, 2013, to simplify the transfer of government-provided subsidies in India.… Read More
Per capita income measures the amount of money earned by every person in a particular country, state, or city. It determines the average income of… Read More
A windfall gain tax is a higher tax rate on gains that come from a sudden windfall gain to a certain business or industry, typically… Read More
NITI Aayog was established on January 1st, 2015. The term “NITI” signifies morality, behavior, guidance, etc. in Sanskrit. It refers to policy in the current… Read More
Here we are going to discuss an important topic “Trade union of India”. It is a part of a general awareness section of many competitive… Read More
Before the commencement of problems of trade unions, we should know about trade unions and a brief history of trade unions. We will then delve… Read More

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