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Development Strategies for Barak Valley (Assam)

J.B. Bhattacharjee

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ISBN 10: 8183701760 / ISBN 13: 9788183701761
Published by Akansha Publishing House, 2009
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One of the economically more backward parts of India, the Barack Valley is geographically, historically and culturally a distinct region in the State of Assam. Its Economy was shattered by the partition of the Country when the major part of the valley went to Pakistan and its road, rail and waterways to the rest of the country were snapped away. The Institute of Northeast India Studies, Kolkata, organised a brainstorming session to deliberate upon the development strategies for Barack Valley in the Context of the constraints of development and the strengths of its potentials of growth, during April, 2008, at the Assam University, Silchar. This proceedings volume contains all the 14 presentations of the event along with a record of the interaction during various sessions. Table of Contents I : PRESENTATIONS : 1. Colonial Continuity in History of Barak Valley/Sanjib Deb Laskar 2. Constraints of Development of Barak Valley/Girban Biswas 3. Post-Colonial Land Economy ofbarak Valley/Suparna Roy 4. Disparities in Economic Development : A District Level Study of Assam with Special Reference to Barak Valley/Sumanash Dutta 5. Exploring Economy of Barak Valley for Development Strategy/Niranjan Roy 6. Economic Development of Barak Valley : Tea Industry as the Leading Sector/Alok Sen 7. Role of Banking in Development of Agriculture in Barak Valley/Sudipa Rakshit 8. Locating Women in Economic Participation : The Case of Barak Valley/Ruma Paul 9. Social Sector Discourse in Development Perspective of Barak valley/Hiranmoy Roy 10. Border Trade and Growth Rate in Economy of Barak Valley/Ramanuj Chakravorty 11. Exploring Human Resource for Sustainable Development of Barak Valley/jayati Bhattacharjee 12. Development of Berak Valley : Question of Sustainability/Abhik Gupta 13. Quest for Development Strategies for Barak Valley/Bibhash Ranjan Choudhury 14. Dreand for Barak Economic Development Council (BEDC)/Tarun Das II : INTERACTION : 1. A Discourse on Development Strategiesfor Barak Valley/Sarbani Bhattacharjee Printed Pages: 239. Bookseller Inventory # 63333

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Title: Development Strategies for Barak Valley (...

Publisher: Akansha Publishing House

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardcover

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Development Strategies for Barak Valley (Assam) emerges from a Brainstorming Session on "Development Strategies for Barak Valley : Constraints and Prospects" organized by the Institute of Northeast India Studies in collaboration with the Department of Economics, Assam University, Silchar, on 29 April 2008. The objective of the discourse was to focus on the problems and prospects of economic development and, more importantly, the appropriate strategies for Barak Valley, which consists of three districts, viz. Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj, and is economically one of the most backward parts of the country. Sandwiched between the hills on three sides and the international boundary with Bangladesh on the fourth, this predominantly Bengali-speaking area is geographically, historically and culturally a distinct region within the State of Assam. Although its economy was shattered by the partition of India in 1947 when the major part of the valley went to East Pakistan and its road, rail and waterways to the rest of the country were snapped away, the governments at the centre and of the state have not so far shown any visible concern for rebuilding the economy of the valley through any special scheme or programme which the area more than deserved. The group of intellectuals involved in the brainstorming session, therefore, endeavoured to bring into focus the plight of more than three million people who live in the valley and to suggest appropriate strategies for its economic development.

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