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MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES IN BACKWARD REGIONS By Dr. TALWAR SABANNA
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Migration from one area to another in search of improved livelihood is a key feature of human history. While some regions and sectors fall behind in their capacity to support populations, other move... More > ahead and people migrate to access these emerging opportunities. Industrialization widens the gap between rural and urban areas, including a shift of the workforce towards industrializing areas. There is extensive debate on the factors that causes population to shift from those that emphasize individual rationality and household behavior to those that cite the structural logic of capitalist development.< Less
DEVELOPMENT OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMONG YOUTHS By Dr. RAGHAVENDRA HAJGOLKAR & Dr. TALWAR SABANNA
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Economic development is the main priority for any country. Economic development means a process of upward change that is whereby the real per capita income of a country increases over a period of... More > time. To accelerate the economic development we have to use the entrepreneurship as a tool. The most industrially developed countries like USA, Germany, and Japan are the evidence that an economy is an effect for which entrepreneurship is the cause. In fact, the entrepreneurs play an important role in contributing for the development of an economy of a nation. It is all the more in a developing world where there are ample opportunities for innovations to exploit the available resources and initiate entrepreneurial ventures. A country might remain backward not because of lack of resources or dearth of capital (as it is many times believed) but because of lack of entrepreneurial talents or talent existing in that society.< Less
WATER RESOURCES AND CROPPING PATTERN By Dr. VISHWANATH KHOT & Dr. TALWAR SABANNA
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Water is of paramount importance for sustaining life, development and the environment. The availability of water is the key determinant of economic growth and social prosperity. The emerging scarcity... More > of water has also raised a host of issues such as sustainable water supply, equity and social justice, water financing, pricing, governance and efficient water management. Water means solid, liquid and gas, a water molecule is made up of 2 hydrogen atoms and 1 oxygen atom (H2O). Pure water is tasteless, odorless and nearly colorless. There is a fixed amount of water on earth, but only about 3% of it is fresh and available for drinking by human, plants and animals. The other 97% of water, which is mostly stored in the world’s seas and oceans, is salty and undrinkable.< Less

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