Integration & Impact of Information Technology on Indian Economy

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Dr. Gulrukh Salim;
  • Journal: Journal of Commerce and Trade,volume 9,issue 2 October,pages34-38
  • Subject: Information Technology, BRICKS, Agricultural and Food Security
    • jel: jel:O32

India occupies a major place in list of developing countries and is expected to have basic capabilities to compete with world economies. Before 1991, India adopted policy of self-reliance but in this era of LPG, India’s industrial and agricultural structure is being tra... View more
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