Sikkim Development Report

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India. Planning Commission
Academic Foundation, 2008 - Business & Economics - 221 pages
Joining previous editions on other Indian states, this report focuses on Sikkim, a state that is a popular tourist destination for its culture, scenic beauty, and biodiversity. Analyzing the entire range of the state’s development issues of interest to businesses, nongovernmental organizations, research organizations, and policy makers, this volume discusses the constraints and challenges faced by Sikkim and provides a blueprint for its socioeconomic progress.
 

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Contents

Executive Summary
23
103
37
Natural Resource Management
41
Economic Growth Structural Change
53
89
70
Health
89
Roads Telecommunications and Power
103
Agriculture Horticulture and Animal Husbandry
121
Industry and Trade
135
Tourism
147
Rural Development
159
Development of Forest Resources
171
194
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Planning Commission, Government of India, is entrusted with drawing out extensive five-year plans for the country's development and plays a crucial role in the planning and policy-making process.

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