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TN excels in enrolment for higher education

Tamil Nadu is overperforming in terms of both primary and secondary education, achieving almost 100 per cent Net Enrolment Ratio (NER) in primary education. One noteworthy feature is the dropout rate was a mere 0.8 per cent in primary and 1.35 per cent in upper primary education. The school education system

DMK/AIADMK – nominate to Rajya Sabha

In our July issue, I suggested the ruling AIADMK should consider offering a safe Rajya Sabha seat to Minister of External Affairs, S Jaishankar. The DMK could offer such a seat to Dr. Manmohan Singh. Such concepts are readily accepted in several other states, but political parties in Tamil Nadu

South still elusive for the BJP

For 15 years, during 1999-2014, DMK was a vital constituent of the Central government. The considerable number of MPs - 12 in 1999, 16 in 2014 and 18 in 2009 in the Lok Sabha - won for the prominent party places in the Central cabinet. Murasoli Maran as Commerce and

IE Feature Focus

Andhra Pradesh - A summit on happy cities With the active participation of the state government we organised major programmes like Happy Cities Summit, Aquabiz 2018, Energy Innovation Summit and Symposium on Corrosion Management. Organised state-specific road shows for promoting the state at the World Economic Fourm. The Indian Women Network

Welcome prudence in fiscal management

It was a refreshing contrast: the Tamil Nadu budget for 2019-20 broke away from the tradition set by Dravidian parties of announcing fresh sops and freebies. The surprise was all the more given the elections to the Lok Sabha due in the next couple of months! Deputy Chief Minister holding the

A report card on performance

An executive summary of the performance of the various departments of the state edited from monologues produced by the government. Jayanthi Raghunathan and Dr. Narayanan provide a walk through. It’s an indication of how Tamil Nadu is gearing for the future. AGRICULTURE - YIELD ABOVE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE Minister – R Doraikkannu Agriculture

Advantage Tamil Nadu

Dr. T V Somanathan IAS, Additional Chief Secretary to Government - Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Department, Tamil Nadu, spoke to Industrial Economist on the state’s administrative strengths and fiscal prudence. INDUSTRIAL ECONOMIST (IE): What are the advantages that Tamil Nadu brings to the table? T V SOMANATHAN(TVS): First, our state’s administrative

TN will push up capex…

Tamil Nadu, the second largest state economy after Maharashtra, is predominately a service economy with 51.86 per cent contributed by the services sector, 36.24 per cent by secondary sector and 11.90 per cent by the primary sector. The state economy is resilient and is quick to recover after some years of

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