Agrarian Relation

Industrial Policy While addressing the Silver Jubilee celebrations of the All India Trade Union Congress – Trade Union wing of the then undivided Communist Party-in December 1957 at Iranjalikuda, Chief Miniser EMS said: Without the active cooperation of the management and workers, without pooling together the resources of the state and private individuals for retaining and expanding the existing industrial base, without launching new industrial undertakings, the working class of the state has no [...]

Adminstrative Reforms Committee Report Volume -I Chapter 1&2 Introduction-Constitution of Committee Chapter 3 Need for Reforms and nature of Approach Chapter 4 The Village Panchayath Chapter 5 The Sub District Level Chapter 6 The District Chapter 7 Regional offices Chapter 8 The Departments Chapter 9 The Secretariat Chapter 10 The Services Chapter 11 Administrative Expenditure and Financial Control Chapter 12 Civil Servants, Ministers and the public Chapter 13 Miscellaneous Chapter 14 Summar [...]

Reform in agrarian relations was to be the springboard from which a feudalistic society could rapidly transform itself into a modern developed society ripe for industrialization and the growth of service sector. All the Congress leaders accepted this. Still the governments in most of the Indian states resisted from curbing large-scale landlordism lest its feudalist, middle and low level should revolt. The result is that the spring of naxalism in these states is an ever-lasting spring whereas in [...]