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Tag: Himachal Pradesh

School consolidation in Himachal Pradesh: Achieving quality and inclusion
Shrikant Wad
Posted on: 06 Jan 2017
Topics:   Education


While the emphasis on neighbourhood schooling in India’s education policy over the past 15 years has increased enrolment, it has also contributed to a proliferation of poor quality, small schools. To address this, the state government of Himachal Pradesh has announced its intent to consolidate existing schools. In this article, Shrikant Wad discusses the issue and recommends measures that would enable the consolidation policy to achieve quality along with inclusion.
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Do location-based incentives promote industrialisation?
Ritam Chaurey
Posted on: 23 Sep 2014

In a bid to industrialise the relatively under-industrialised states of Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, the government implemented a tax incentive and capital subsidy scheme in the two states in 2003. This column finds the policy change led to new business creation and growth of existing firms in these states, most of which was not at the cost of neighbouring regions.
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Deforestation in the Himalayas: Myths and reality
Jean-Marie Baland , Dilip Mookherjee
Posted on: 10 Mar 2014
Topics:   Environment


It is widely believed that the extent of deforestation in developing countries is large and growing over time, and that this has significant adverse effects on local livelihoods. This column presents findings of a study of the mid-Himalayan region, and contends that forest degradation, not deforestation is the key problem. It discusses the determinants of degradation and what can be done to limit it.
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