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TOPICAL ANALYSIS 13: CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF DEMONETISATION

On 8th November demonetization was announced with the aim of the action was 
fourfold: to curb corruption; counterfeiting; the use of high denomination notes for 
terrorist activities; and especially the accumulation of “black money”, generated by 
income that has not been declared to the tax authorities.

The act of demonetisation has positive and negative impact on many areas, which have been compiled under following chapters:
  1. ECONOMIC SURVEY ANALYSIS ON DEMONETISATION
  2. IMPACT OF DEMONETIZATION ON BANKING SECTOR
  3. DEMONETISATION AND ITS IMPACT ON MICROFINANCE SECTOR
  4. DEMONETIZATION IMPACT ON DOMESTIC REMITTANCES
  5. EMPLOYMENT AND DEMONETIZATION
  6. DEMONETISATION AND BLACK MONEY
  7. RATIONALE ANALYSIS OF DEMONETISATION

TOPICAL ANALYSIS 12: CENTRALLY SPONSORED SCHEMES

Public policies are formulated and implemented in order to attain the objectives which the government has in view for the ultimate benefit of the masses in general. These policies clearly spell out the programmes of government.

But the policies and programmes faces lacunas at both the policy formulation and policy implementation.  

Some of the programmes have been discussed below with complete analysis related to them.

The articles are:

  1. ISSUE IN POLICIES AND PROGRAMES
  2. SKILL INDIA MISSION
  3. PRADHAN MANTRI JAN-DHAN YOJANA (PMJDY)
  4. ANALYSIS OF SWATCHH BHARAT MISSION
  5. NATIONAL FOOD SECURITY ACT IMPLEMENTED
  6. SMART CITY MISSION
  7. NITI AAYOG RECOMMNEDATIONS ON GUIDELINES FOR FLEXI-FUND FOR CSS

TOPICAL ANALYSIS 11: REGIONALISM

The people in India differ greatly from one another in respect of language and social habits. Regionalism describes situations in which different religious or ethnic groups with distinctive identities coexist within the same state boundaries, often concentrated within a particular region and sharing strong feelings of collective identity.

Regionalism stands for the love of a particular region or an area in preference to the nation or any other region. 

Thus to understand the different dimensions related to the regionalism following topics have been covered in this series:

These Articles may prove to be fruitful in writing Mains answers.

  1. REGIONALISM: BASICS, TYPES AND SOLUTIONS
  2. LINGUISTIC REGIONALISM IN INDIA
  3. REPERCUSSIONS OF MAKING HINDI COMPULSORY
  4. SONS OF SOIL CONCEPT
  5. REGIONALISM: CASE STUDIES IN INDIA
  6. DEMAND FOR SMALLER STATES

TOPICAL ANALYSIS 10: DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION

According to Administrative Reforms Commission: The district is the most convenient geographical unit where the total apparatus of public administration can be concentrated, and where it comes into direct contact with the people. Most departments of the state Government out-side the secretariat, have external services which are located in the district. The sum total of the activities of these departments and some others, which may also be connected with the affairs of the Central Government, together constitute the administrative machinery in the district.

In this series we are analyzing the working of District Administration in different dimensions as follows:

 
  1. DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION: EVOLUTION AND ROLE
  2. ROLE OF DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION IN LPG ERA
  3. DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
  4. ISSUES IN IMPLEMENTATION OF SCHEMES AT DISTRICT LEVEL
  5. DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION AND E-GOVERNANCE

TOPICAL ANALYSIS 9: MARITIME SECURITY

India’s vital geo-strategic location in the Indian Ocean has helped for its growth as an emerging economy.  Her prominent peninsular orientation and flanking island chains overlook strategic sea lanes in the Indian Ocean, linking her security and prosperity inextricably to the seas.

But due to its strategic position it is facing many threats. The maritime security especially with respect to India has been covered in this issue under the following topics:

  1. MARITIME POSTION OF INDIA & ITS BENEFIT
  2. INDIAN OCEAN: MAJOR SECURITY THREATS
  3. MARITIME DISPUTES OF INDIA
  4. CHINESE REVIVAL OF MARITIME SILK ROUTE & IT’S IMPLICATION ON INDIA
  5. STRATEGY FOR COASTAL & OFFSHORE SECURITY
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