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Prof. Masood Hassan delivers lecture in CUK:


Ganderbal, Dec 24: Former Professor in Economics, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) Prof. Masood Hassan delivered two extension lectures on “Research Methodology” and “Challenges to Indian Economy” in the Department of Economics, Central University of Kashmir (CUK) here.

In his first lecture on “Research Methodology”, Prof. Masood Hassan advised the research scholars to review literature thoroughly before forming a research plan. He suggested that the research scholars should critically evaluate the existing literature. He further laid stress on gaining proficiency in learning quantitative techniques.

Prof. Hassan delivered second lecture on “Challenges to Indian Economy” and said that individuals may have divergent views and opinions about the challenges faced by the Indian economy and while some may accept it, others might conveniently look the other way. Referring to the pre-independence era, Prof Hassan said that “India contributed about 1/3rd to the world GDP.” “And was thus, rightly, dubbed as the Golden Sparrow.”

“Undoubtedly, under British rule, Indian economy was exploited and the other English colonies were developed at India’s expense. After independence, India inherited a plundered and fractured economy and it lagged significantly on all major economic indicators. As the time passed by, India made huge progress on all front yet the Indian economy continues to be plagued by a number of challenges,” he said. Prof. Hassan alleged that increasing NPAs of the commercial sector, impending labor reforms, and loopholes in administration, are some of the reasons behind the challenges faced by the Indian economy at present. He said “unless we don’t address these issues, we won’t be able to encourage foreign capital inflow which can solve most of the problems faced by the economy.” Prof Masood Hassan also responded to the questions posed by research scholars and students.

 

Earlier, Dean School of Social Sciences & Head of the Department Economics Prof G. M. Bhat welcomed the guest. 

 

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