Minister of Finance & Corporate Affairs, Mrs. Nirmala Sitharaman tabled the Economic Survey 2018-19 in Parliament today. With the theme of Shifting Gears and “Blue Sky” policy-making, India aims to achieve a sustained growth rate of 8% to become a $5trillion economy by 2025.
By TJEF Editor Vasudeva Kamath Challenges faced by the Industry Large number of marginal farmers in India: There are a large number of marginal farmers in the country due to the fragmented land holdings. The fragmentation is to such an extent that it is economically unviable to cultivate crops by using mechanized farming methods. Lack […]
By Pushkar Moni and Purvee Khandelwal Introduction The currency (notes) is the most liquid legal tender issued by the RBI which can be used to extinguish a public or private debt. The Indian economy, until 8th November 2016 had an estimated ₹14.18 trillion worth of currency notes in circulation, making India predominantly a cash-based economy. […]
Union Budget 2017 is the most looked forward issue for everybody associating with the Indian economy. This year budget will be announced one month earlier compared to the traditional practice of declaring it on the last day of February, because, Government wants to complete the spending and tax proposal before starting of new financial year. […]