|LC Classifications||HJ1313 .D67 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 239 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||78907760|
Financial Centre-State Relations: Articles to in the Indian constitution deal with the financial aspect of centre-state relations in India. It mainly deals with the imposition and collection of taxes. These are categorised as follows. IMPACT OF PLANNING ON UNION-STATE RELATIONS IN INDIA By G. P. Srivastava* India gave to herself a quasi-federal1 Constitution when she attained freedom from foreign domination. This Constitution is based on the Government of India . Outline 1 Forthcoming: uni–ed taxation of goods and services (GST) 2 Issues with introduction of the destination-based dual-levy GST 3 Centre-State –nancial ⁄ows 4 Structural incentives for –scal discipline 5 Green incentives to states Dr. Indira Rajaraman Indian Statistical Institute, New Delhi Centre-State Financial Relations in India. ADVERTISEMENTS: Let us make an in-depth study of the relation between the Centre and the State. The Constitution of India, adopted in , made a clear distinction between the financial jurisdiction of the Central and the State Governments. Taxes to be levied by the Centre were enumerated in the Central List and comprised 20 items.
ADVERTISEMENTS: After reading this article you will learn about the problems in financial relations between the Centre and State of India with suggestions for balanced fiscal federalism. 1. Mounting Vertical Imbalance: Vertical imbalance emerges because of disproportionate alignment of revenue sources in relation to increasing expenditure obligations by level of . Since , many events have occurred which have a direct or indirect bearing on the Centre-State relations. For instance, the Planning Commission was set up by a resolution of the Government of India in March, with the object of accelerating the economic growth of the country and to meet the social urge for the extension of social services. Centre-State Relations L & Historical Background The Indian constitution provides for a framework with powers divided between the Centre and the states. The flamel-s of the Indian constitution chose a federal polity for the country taking into consideration the situation fol- the pl-evailing in India at that Size: 1MB. Centre-States Financial Relations Role of Finance Commission D N Sharma THE Articles relating to the powers and functions of the Finance Commission in tution are substantially the same as Sections , and of the Government of India Act, Yet throughout the fifties the tradi tional approach to problems ofFile Size: KB.
In centre-state relations a very significant role is being played by Planning Commission. It has even reduced the importance of Finance Commission. It is an extra constitutional body. It has more resources to disburse than the Finance Commission. It decides plan outlay of each state on which depend all developmental activities of the states. Centre-state relations –ARsC –Chaired by later Hanumanthayya, constituted study team under MC Setalvad, 22 recommendations Establishment of Inter-State council Non-partisan governor Delegation of power to states More financial resources to states Deployment of central forces on request of state or otherwiseFile Size: KB. Centre-State Relations: Insights on Federalism in India - (Part XI of Indian Constitution Online) 22 lessons • 3 h 9 m. 1. Overview of the course: In-depth study of Centre-State Relations. mins. 2. Part I - Comparison between Federal and Unitary Features: Indian Constitution for UPSC CSE Union State Financial Relations. mins. impact of non-performing assets on the profitability of banks – a selective study Conference Paper (PDF Available) July w Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Chetan Dudhe.