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  • Print ISSN NO: 0424-2513

  • Online ISSN No: 0976-4666

  • Publisher: New Delhi Publishers

  • Editor In Chief: Prof. Debashis Sarkar, Visva Bharati, Santiniketan
Economic Affairs, Quarterly Journal of Economics, is a quarterly publication based on multi-disciplinary subjects of practical affairs. It explains the social and economic problems across the globe. The journal deliberates the basic knowledge of economy of the country try to spread the economic information to the world. It enriches vast disciplinary on Economy of Rural and Urban cities, Political Affairs economic and social problems. It accepts full-length research papers, Book reviews, Ph.D. Thesis, Proceeding of Seminars/Conferences and Short communication.

National Academy of Agricultural Science (NAAS) Rating : 4.69

Journal DOI : 10.5958/j.0976-4666

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Editor in Chief Dr. Debashis Sarkar
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Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics
VISVA-BHARATI, Sriniketan, India
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Associate Editor-In-Chief Dhirendranath Konar, PhD
Department of Commerce,University of Kalyani
Kalyani , West Bengal, India

Shankar Chatterjee, PhD
NIRD, Hyderabad, India.

International Editors Shankar Raha, PhD
Dept. of Cooperation and Marketing
Bangladesh Agricultural University
Mymensingh, Bangladesh

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New Delhi Publishers
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Editorial Member's

Sudhakar Dwivedi
Division of Agril Economics and Statistics
SKUAS&T,Chatha, Jammu ,J & K

Kanchan Datta ,Ph D
North Bengal University
Darjeeling ,West Bengal

Ruma Ghosh
Faculty of Co-ordinator
Centre for Labour and Health Studies
V V Giri National Labour Institute
Noida, U.P.

Sanjay Prakash Singh ,PhD
Div of Agril Economics and Statistics,
SKUAS&T,Jammu, J & K

Dr. (Ms) Sangeeta Shroff
Gokhale Institute of Politics and Economics,
B.M.C.C. Road, Deccan Gymkhana,
Pune, Maharashtra,India

Prof. D. K. Grover
Punjab Agricultural University
Ludhiana, India

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Coming Soon.....

One of the important current situations of Indian Economy is the problem of unemployment which has been hitting the entire Indian Economy. In this context the Sixth Five Year Plan stated: “The pace of generation of employment opportunities seems to have lagged behind the growth of labour force……. The number of people unemployed and under-employed has risen significantly over the last decades.’’

The problem that appeared to be grave about thirty years ago has become graver. Unless a quick solution is available, the catastrophy may befall us any moment. The basic reason behind the growing unemployment in India and its states and union territories is the increasing growth rate of population. This population is not only the biological population of the people of India but also the continuous migration of people entering in the country from neighboring states. Together with this there has been an enhancement of expectation of life at birth both for males and females. At the same time the employment potentiality of the organized sector consisting of the public sector and the private sector has been gradually declining.

Economic Reforms have been introduced in our country about two decades ago. Its impact has not been significantly felt in each and every part of the economy. Looking at the contributions of the primary sector, secondary sector and tertiary sector to the gross national product (GNP) we take note of the fact that the contribution of the primary sector to the GNP has significantly come down during the last five decades or so. On the other hand, the contribution of the tertiary sector to the GNP has significantly improved during the last two decades or so. However, the contribution of the secondary sector to the GNP has mildly increased. Looking at the employment-generating- power of these three sectors we get bewildered by the fact that the tertiary sector has given relatively far less employment in comparison to its contribution to the GNP. No other country of Asia has experienced such a surprising phenomenon. Such behaviour has commonly been referred to as employmentless growth of Indian Economy.

Under this scenario of our economy generation of employment is a must. For this employment in the unorganized sector prevailing in each and every part of our economy must be generated. The Govt. of India at the Centre and also the Governments of states and union territories must pay attention to the furtherance of rural development and unorganized sector.




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