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Report and recommendations of Fourth state finance commission Tamil Nadu

The Terms of Reference for the Fourth State Finance Commission as mentioned in the previous chapter are limited to looking into the finances of the local governments and the State Government and to...

Fiscal Decentralisation

Decentralization of governance is supposed to be efficiency augmenting. It is argued that the local bodies understand better the preferences of citizens of a locality in relation to local public...

Financing the Panchayati Raj Institutions: Flagging Some Issues for the 13th CFC

India is the flavor of the season. In recent times, the upswing in the secular rate of growth of the Indian economy, wherein it has managed to significantly break away from the ‘Hindu rate’ has had...

Financial Decentralization, Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) and Rural Development in India

There are many countries of the world which have a federal form of government. Developed countries like, USA, Canada, Australia and Switzerland and developing countries like India, Pakistan,...

Finances of Panchayati raj institutions in Madhya Pradesh - A Macro Review

In this chapter, we venture to make a rapid review of the finances of rural local bodies, on the basis of data available at the macro level and also examine the implications of the recommendations...
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Meaningful financial inclusion

Presently, of the 246.7 million households in the country, only 144.8 million have access to banking. This means, 75 million households or 40 per cent still do not have access to basic banking...

Planning Planning

Financial Resources and Their Management Need for Adequate Resources

There has been a remarkably rapid expansion of the activities of the government particularly during the latter half of twentieth century in India. The state is no longer limited to the function...

Meaningful financial inclusion

Presently, of the 246.7 million households in the country, only 144.8 million have access to banking. This means, 75 million households or 40 per cent still do not have access to basic banking...

Gender Issues Gender Issues

Gender Budgeting Manual

A manual developed by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India, for training personnel from Ministries and Departments in the Government.

Engendering Banking Sector Policies

UN Women commissioned BASIX--a new generation livelihood promotion institution--to carry out a gender analysis of banking sector policies, financial products and services in India. The project...