West and Central India, Human Development Report

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National Council of Applied Economic Research
Oxford University Press, 2002 - Business & Economics - 418 pages
As a sequel to the South India: Human Development Report this report contains a compilation of economic and social data based on a primary survey of three states in western India (Maharashtra, Gujarat and Rajasthan) and the erstwhile central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. The volume estimates human development indicators and provides profiles for the states along with qualitative surveys for select villages.

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MAPS
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Survey Report for Gujarat
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MADHYA PRADESH
87
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The National Council of Applied Economic Research is India's premier economic research institution,specialising in policy research, surveys, forecasting and tracking the economy.

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