Wamik Kalam, Govind Singh, Priyesh Chaurasiya
firstname.lastname@example.org , Govindthakursingh11@gmail.com , email@example.com
Wamik Kalam1, Govind Singh1, Priyesh Chaurasiya2
1Research Scholer, Department of Economics University of Allahabad.
2Assistant Professor, Government College Ramanujnagar.
Volume - 13,
Issue - 2,
Year - 2022
Importance of Work –The main purpose of this paper is to understand the history of Indian railways and what would be the possible advantages and disadvantages from these privatization programs and also to highlight the recent initiatives of Indian government to provide better facilities with the support of private investors without leaving its social objectives. Abastract-With the introduction of liberalization and privatization market expanded by manifold but due to many social objectives Indian railway was deprived for many decades from this privatization programmer. In India Indian railways are credited for serving the largest democracy in the world. Recently for the trial purpose Indian railway catering and tourism corporation started Tejas express which was partially privatized. According to Arvind subhramanyan if you invest one rupees in Indian railway it will generate five rupees in the economy. There is another proposal of a National rail plan for India it is a 30 year plan from 2021 to 2051, which envisages investments of 38.5 lakh crore for the larger need of fund government open up foreign direct investment through automatic route which means buyer or investor does not require prior approval from the reserve bank of India.
Cite this article:
Wamik Kalam, Govind Singh, Priyesh Chaurasiya. An Economic Analysis of Privatization of Indian Railways. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2022;13(2):117-1. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00020
Wamik Kalam, Govind Singh, Priyesh Chaurasiya. An Economic Analysis of Privatization of Indian Railways. Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 2022;13(2):117-1. doi: 10.52711/2321-5828.2022.00020 Available on: https://www.rjhssonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2022-13-2-8
1. Sajjad Ahmad Parry (2017)-“Should Indian Railways Be Privatized”Ijar Article DOI:10.21474/IJAR01/2825.
2. SAI Krishna M (2018) “Study on privatization of Indian railways’’ International journal of pure and applied mathematics volume120 No.5 2018, 3407-3412
3. M Safeer Pasha, “Privatization of Indian railways prospects and consequences, 2020.
4. Kaur Manpreet (2014) Impact of foreign direct investment in India’’ IJAR May 2014.
5. Ernest ten Heuvelhof and Helen Stout (2000), “Sustainable utilities New Opportunities for sustainability through Liberalization and privatization’’, UNEP industry and environment Vol. 23, No. 1-2, p. 60.
6. Ministry of railway (Government of India)
7. National institute for transforming India