Data collection and processing are important aspects of policy making. All policies rely on official statistics for both design and implementation. These statistics have to be regularly updated to account for the changes in society and economy. If agencies involved in data collection are unable to do it efficiently, policy makers would have to work without credible information. Inability to conduct these duties will only worsen the credibility crisis facing India’s official statistics.
Relevance: The Essential Commodity Act of 1955 alows the Central Government to maintain or increase supplies of any essential commodity or make it available at fair prices. The Central Government can regulate or prohibut the [Read More]
Amit Basole and K.R.Shyam Sunder both put light on the outcomes of the ‘scrapping of labour laws’ and also discuses the outcomes of scrapping the labour laws amid the slowdown induced by the COVID-19 outbreak… [Read More]