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SOME EMERGING ISSUES

Certain issues need to be immediately answered by the researchers?
1.The new Agri reforms bill will harm the existing mandies and ultimately bring an end to them.
2. Big and resourceful traders will take control of the entire supplies, and nothing will be left for the small farmers to sell their produce substantially elsewhere.
3. Contract farming will be beneficial to small farmers since the small farms can be much more productive than the big-sized farms.
4. Contract framing has been unsuccessful in Iran and America.  In the USA, the productivity of farms has increased not only due to contract farming, but it is largely due to the huge government assistance to the farmers.
5.Contract farming in the USA has become the cause of the UNEMPLOYMENT. The number of farmers and farm workers is dwindling fast due to the heavy mechanization of farms by the contracting corporates.
6.  Contracting farming can be successful only on wasteland.
7. Is the Indian economy witnessing a V-Shaped recovery acros…
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OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2020 ISSUE

The Indian economy seems to be advancing towards a V-shape recovery.  Gross GST collection in September 2020 has been `95480 crore which is more than 4% in comparison to the collections made in the same month last year. The top 5 states in the GST collection are Maharashtra, Tamilnadu, Gujarat, Karnataka, and Uttar Pradesh. Exports have increased by 5.27% and imports have decreased by 19.67%. The balance of trade has improved to `.21362 crore in the same month. All this augurs well for the Indian economy in the months to come. In this scenario, Economic Challenger is not left behind in bringing out good research articles hinging around economic performance and policies. The October-December issue reflects it well  below:

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  Economic Challenger accepts articles from all fields in social sciences.  Since this is an international journal, we accept articles from all over the world. Please send articles immediately for the October issue.editor@economicchallenger.net

NEW EDUCATION POLICY 2020

The new education policy(NEP) 2020 has been announced by the Government of India and most probably it will be passed by the Parliament in the form of Higher Education Commission of India Bill in the form of the HECI Act 2020. The NEP will facilitate foreign universities to set up campuses in India and get rid  India of existing red tape and inspector raj in higher education regulation.  The main points of emphasis of NEP are :1. Schooling is to be reorganized into a 5+3+3+4 format.2. Expenditure of education will be raised to 6% of the GDP.3. It will shut down the existing Teacher Education Institutions throughout the country and instead teacher education will be made into a four-year degree in our multidisciplinary institutions.4. The National Curricular Framework(NCF) to be developed by 2021 aiming at reducing the curriculum burden on the student.5.  The Higher Education Commission of India will not only allow reputed foreign universities to set up campuses in India and higher perf…

JULY-SEPTEMBER 2020 ISSUE

THE NATION IS UNDERGOING UNLOCK-2, CERTAIN STATE GOVERNMENTS  HAVE BEEN ANNOUNCING LOCALISED LOCKDOWN RANGING FROM TWO DAYS TO TWO WEEKS.

CERTAINLY, UNLOCK IS GOING TO INCREASE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY IN THE COUNTRY, BUT LOCALISED LOCKDOWNS TO FIGHT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 WILL REVERSE THE GAINS THE ECONOMY HAS MADE DURING THE PREVIOUS MONTH OF UNLOCK-1.
WE HOPE SUCH PICEMEAL LOCKDOWNS WILL BE REMOVED SOON.

ECONOMIC CHALLENGER HAS COVERED VARIOUS ISSUES FACED DURING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC IN ITS JULY-SEPTEMBER 2020 ISSUE. WE SHALL ENDEAVOR TO COVER MORE  BURNING TOPICS IN FORTHCOMING ISSUES.


SUBMIT ARTICLES

JULY-SEPT ISSUE IS JUST OUT.  WE ARE NOW PREPARING FOR THE OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2020 ISSUE.  PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR ARTICLES BY 10th SEPTEMBER 2020. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED.


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