Volume : VI, Issue : VIII, August - 2017

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF HIGHER SECONDARY STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR SOCIABILITY

Mrs. K. Kavitha, Dr. V. Kasirajan

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 The importance of foreign direct investment as a source of capital in developing world has increased significantly over the last couple of decades. By the down of millennium, more than half of all capital flows to developing countries took the form of FDI. Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) plays a very important role in the development of the nation. It is very much vital in the case of underdeveloped and developing countries. A typical characteristic of these developing and underdeveloped economies is the fact that these economies do not have the needed level of savings and income in order to meet the required level of investment needed to sustain the growth of the economy. In such cases, foreign direct investment plays an important role of idging the gap between the available resources or funds and the required resources or funds. It plays an important role in the long-term development of a country not only as a source of capital but also for enhancing competitiveness of the domestic economy through transfer of technology, strengthening infrastructure, raising productivity and generating new employment opportunities. In India, FDI is considered as a developmental tool, which help sin achieving self-reliance in various sectors and in overall development of the economy.

Based on above background, the researchers made an attempt to analyze the “Ratio of Foreign Direct Investment in India” with following objectives.

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A. Amutha, Dr. D. Elango, THE RATIO OF FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT IN INDIA, GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : VOLUME-6, ISSUE-8, AUGUST-2017


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