Page-3 of GS-I: Effects of Globalization On Indian Society
Critically examine the implications of globalization on India's balance of payments and currency exchange rates.
Since the time of liberalization of the economy in 1991 India has played a very major role in the global economy. In these two decades, the economy has become increasingly market oriented and greater foreign exchange and competitiveness. But on ..
National Statistical Commission in 2012 had stated that the unorganised or the informal sector account for more than 90 per cent of the workforce in the country and almost 50 per cent of the national income. Globalization has played a ..
Globalisation breaks down the barriers and provides for an enhanced contact between the diverse sections of Indian society. Globalisation at one end is upholding the diversity of the country by: Providing for greater awareness and aiding in adopting the mechanisms ..