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Title: Performance of District Industries Centres in Kerala
Other Titles: An Application of Augmented Solow Model
Authors: Abdul, Hameed K
Dr.Jose, Payyappilly T
Keywords: Development Policies of SS1
Small Scale Industries in India
Industrial Scenario in Kerala
Small-scale industries in Kerala
District Industries Centres(DICs)
Performance of DICs in Kerala
Organizational Structure of DICs
Issue Date: 11-Nov-2003
Publisher: Cochin University of Science and Technology
Abstract: This thesis "Entitled performance of district industries centres in kerala :An application of augmented solow model.The first chapter deals with evolution of approaches for promoting small scale production and the growth of small scale industries in india.the developing countries face the problems like sluggish growth capital shortages high levels of unemployment,enoromous rural-urban economic disparities regional inequalities increasing concentration of capital and chronic difficulities in the export sector.Review of literature and methodology of the study are presented in the second chapter. In the third chapter an attempt has been made to make an in-depth study of the emergence and growth of district of district industries centres.In the chapter four an attempt was made to study the organisational structure of DICs functions and responsibilities assigned to the functional managers and performance of the functionaries.
Description: Department of Applied Economics, Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/3050
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