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Agricultural Finance in India (A Study of Small, Marginal, Dalit and Tribal Farmers)

This study examines the question of access to credit among marginal, small, tribal and dalit farmers. In fact, the question of credit delivery to the agriculture sector is largely studied by a number of scholars. Prime issues addressed by the available literature remain confined to the significance of credit, sources… Read More

Important Reports

This section brings us important reports pertaining to the institute. Reports are organised in latest first manner. Read More

Memorandom of Understandings

INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, JAIPUR MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION AND RULES AND REGULATIONS click here to Read MoU Read More

Position of Director the Institute

INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 8 –B, JHALANA INSTITUTIONAL AREA JAIPUR – 302 004 (RAJASTHAN) INDIA   POSITION OF DIRECTOR THE INSTITUTE   Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur invites nominations/applications for the post of Director of the Institute. The Institute is an autonomous social science research organization supported by the Indian… Read More

Guidelines/Instructions for the post of Secretary and Assistant Professor

Instruction for Advertisement  ……….. Read More

Application Form for the post of Secretary & Assistant Professor

Application form for the post of Secretary / Application form for the post of Assistant Professor Read More

Working Papers

01 Tenancy Relations in India: Observations from a field study- S. Mohanakumar

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Efficacy of Equity Principle Re-Examining the Issues in Indian Fiscal Federalism

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How Empowered is Microfinance in Empowering Women ? Evidence from India

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  • Officiating Director

    Kanchan MathurProfessor at the Institute of Development Studies, Jaipur and coordinator of the Women’s/Gender Studies Unit. She has wide-ranging experience of applied research, policy analysis and advocacy in the field of social and rural development, especially focusing on gender issues in India and South Asia. She is the author of `Countering Gender Violence: Initiatives Towards Collective Action in Rajasthan’ (Sage publications 2004) and has also published extensively in edited volumes and journals of national and international repute. Her areas of interest include women’s empowerment, gender based violence, poverty eradication, gender and livelihoods. She is presently working on issues related to gender and local governance and education of marginalized girls.