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  • A Critical Review of India's Vision for a $5 Trillion Economy

Dr. Anil Dhawan

With a gross domestic product (GDP) of $2.72 trillion, India is one of the fastest-growing economies. However, when assessed in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP), the country ranks third in the world with a GDP of $10.51 trillion, making it the world's seventh largest economy. The Survey deviates from traditional Anglo-Saxon assumptions by suggesting a growth model for India in which the economy is either in a vicious cycle or is never in balance. This paradigm is the outcome of two significant departures from conventional thought. First, the Survey denies the fundamental premise of equilibrium, which has come under increased scrutiny in the aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis. Second, the traditional paradigm usually separates job creation, consumer spending, exports, and economic growth (Economic-Survey 2018-19). Since 2014, the Indian economy has expanded rapidly. India's GDP was $ 1.7 trillion in 2014, and it had climbed to $ 2.7 trillion over the preceding five years. The country's economy is expected to reach by $1 trillion over the next five years, reaching $5 trillion by 2024-2025


Rama Gupta* Dr. Sarvan Kumar Kandi**Rama Gupta* Dr. Sarvan Kumar Kandi**

Contribution of mobile banking towards economic development plays a crucial role in developing countries like India. The banks are adopting IT-enabled tools and techniques for mobile banking operations which improve in offering quality service to the customers. In the recent days banks are concentrating on value-based service through M-banking. With the help of study three main reasons has been find out from several general reasons in all over India. Those three reasons are lack of awareness, unbanked villages and fear of fraud. Furthermore, mobile banking has some advantages and disadvantages due to the some disadvantages it has low adoptability.

  • Accounting for Intangible Assets: Valuation, Disclosure, and Implications for Decision-Making

Tamanna Chandna

Due to their distinct qualities and the absence of established valuation methodologies, intangible assets pose difficulties in accounting treatment, despite their growing importance in the modern knowledge-based budget. The implications of insubstantial asset valuation as well as disclosure for decision-making by different stakeholders are discussed in this study, which delves into the difficulties of financial reporting in this area

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