Sudhakar Panda

Prof. Dr.Sudhakar Panda did his Master's Degree in Economics from the University of Allahabad. He secured the first class first position in his batch among all the successful candidates. Dr. Panda taught Economics in Government Colleges, Odisha, in the Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, I.I.T, Kharagpur, KIIT University, Bhubneswar and the National Law University, Odisha. Prof. Panda also worked as the Director of the Rourkela Institute of Management Studies, Rourkela. Government of Odisha appointed Prof. Panda as an Expert Member of the State Planning Board, a Member of the Second State Finance Commission, a Member of the State Farmers Commission and Chairman of the Third State Finance Commission. Prof. Panda also worked as a Member of NACO, Government of India. Prof. Panda has been associated with a number of educational institutions in the state including the Fakir Mohan University, Balasore and the Centurion University of Technology and Management (CUTM), Odisha. Anactive member of IEA, Prof. Panda was the President of the Orissa Economic Association. Prof.Panda has been invited by different academic, research institutions and universities in India to deliver lectures. He has participated in many National and International Seminars abroad. Prof. Panda was felicitated by the Hon'ble Governor and Chancellor of the Fakir Mohan



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Time is an ever-changing phenomenon. Nobody makes an attempt to change time. It changes on its own momentum. With the change in time nothing remains ever the same. People change. Their attitudes to people, to places, to developments and situations change. None can ever give a guarantee against change. Each of us lives in a continuously changing moment. With change in time there comes a change in our perceptions, in our lives. The change may be for our good. It may be for our discomforts and disadvantages. The book, "Changing Times And Changing Vision" by the author Prof.Sudhakar Panda after his book "GOD,GOLD And BUSINESS" is an attempt to look at the changing socio-economic and cultural...

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This book provides an analysis of the socio-economic problems impacting development in India. It discusses the problem of growth vis-à-vis issues of poverty and distribution. Important issues like demographic development and the prospect of employment, impact of development on social relations, agriculture and food security have been examined in the context of India’s changing development scenario. Other issues like the declining quality of higher education, technology and rural employment, the sanctity of gold as an offering to God and its importance as an area of investment, development of the Dalits and the role of Think Tanks in India find a place in the discussions. More significan...

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