Emerging Odisha - Problems and Prospects

Emerging Odisha - Problems and Prospects

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This book: Emerging Odisha: Problems and Prospects is the second book in the series of ‘Contemporary Odisha: Realities and Vision’. This book represents the unprecedented mismatch between resourcefulness and backwardness that characterise the developmental process of Odisha – a state endowed with natural bounties in the shape of mineral deposits, forests, rivers and a long coastline of 482 kms. A land whose serene beauty is divine, mineral deposits are in abundance, hydropower potentials are massive has been languishing behind developmental parameters since independence. This volume with collection of several research chapters covering various areas, deals with socio-economic, political, health and environmental issues of the state, contributed by eminent scholars, academician and administrators from Odisha, India and abroad. It focuses on the inherent potential of the state in different spheres and dwells on issues of energy, forest, industrial development, women empowerment, upliftment of the marginalized, waste land management, eco-farming, agriculture, tourism, handicraft, education, migration, health management, MGNREGS, human rights or disaster management. We sincerely believe that the volume would make its humble contribution to enriching awareness about the state and facilitate its socio-economic development. Students, academicians, researchers, policy makers, and entrepreneurs would be enormously benefited by the volume.


Arun Mohanty, (b. 1954) Chairperson, Centre for Russian and Central Asia Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi and Director, Eurasian Foundation, New Delhi. His expertise is in Russian Economy, Security and Foreign Policy Issues and, Indo-Russian Bilateral Relations. He is a member of Russian Academy of Social Sciences, named after Peter the Great, Russian Academy of Natural Sciences, and Russia-CII committee. He is Editor-in-Chief of quarterly research journal Eurasian Report.

Sumant Kumar Swain (b. 1977) is a Deputy Director of Eurasian Foundation, New Delhi. He is working as an Executive Editor of Eurasian Report and Post Doctoral Fellow at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India.  He has expertise in Central Asia and Russian political system, foreign policies and strategic interests, CIS and India energy security, International Relations, Health and development issues. 

Ramakrushna Pradhan (b. 1982) is a Lecturer in the P.G. Department of Political Science at the Department of Social Science, Fakir Mohan University, Balasore. He has expertise on Geopolitics, Energy Security, Strategic Studies, Central Asia, India and International Relations. 

Nihar Ranjan Das (b. 1972) is a Senior Research Fellow working at Eurasian Foundation. He has specialized on security and strategic issues pertaining to South Asia. He has worked on wide range of social issues pertaining to disaster management, rehabilitation and resettlement, grass root governance in India. 

Siba Sankar Mohanty (b. 1977) is an Assistant Professor, Centre for Diaspora Studies, Central University of Gujarat. He has specialized on varied aspects of Indian Diaspora. 

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