Economic Challenger is an International Journal published quarterly from India. Through this participatory publication, our aim is to generate a discussion among academia, industry and social leaders on socio-economic issues concerning us. This journal is refereed and reaches out to major academic institutions across India and also to the subscribers, contributors and editorial board members scattered across the world. Available in digital version as well.
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Economic Challenger is an International Journal published quarterly from India.
With the rapidly increasing subscription count, we have now introduced an e-copy for each issue.
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According to the latest UGC regulations published in July 2018 , minimum research publications in UGC listed journals is no more a mandatory, but optional. According to the revised regulations, publications in peer-reviewed journals will also be considered for the appointment of academic faculty (Assistant / Associate / Professor / Vice Principal / Principal). These regulations are issued for minimum qualifications for appointment and other service conditions of University and College teachers and cadres of Librarians, Directors of Physical Education and Sports for maintenance of standards in higher education and revision of pay-scales. Provided further that for appointment to the post of Assistant Professor and equivalent positions pertaining to disciplines in which the National Eligibility Test (NET), conducted by the University Grants Commission or Council of Scientific and Industrial Research as the case may be, or State level Eligibility Test (SLET) or the State Eligibi
ECONOMIC CHALLENGER ISSUE OCTOBER-DECEMBER 2022 The Indian Stock Market BSE index Sensex registered an all-time high of 62412.33 intraday and closed at 62272.68 up 762.10 points or 1.24 % on 24 November 2022. This shows that all the pain points of an imminent recession are no more visible at present. Lower crude oil prices will give a boost to corporate earnings which bodes well for the Indian economy. Markets are slowly rising but steadily. This would attract more foreign funds inflow into the Indian equity market. The economic Challenger in its recent issue has presented several research topics reflecting an all-around acceleration in the Indian economy. A brief look at the topics will certainly gain your attention to read the issue thoroughly.