CONTENTS:- 1. Relationship between agriculture and economic growth in Arunachal Pradesh-a reflection of tribal commitment. 2. Tourism in Arunachal Pradesh-some prospects and problems. 3. Some development perspective of North East India. 4. Degree of association between forestry and fishing in Northeast India. 5. ARIMA forecasting on domestic tourists arrival in Sikkim. 6. Rice production in Assam-a brief note.
Northeast India consists of eight states; Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and finally Sikkim, these are popularly known as seven sisters and one brother. There has been a plethora of research studies regarding the economy, socio-cultural structure, political boundary, ethnicity, and terrorism of North East India. There has been a huge promise regarding the development of these states both from central and state governments corner. But inspite of this promise with respect to development perspective it is still far below to South India, West India and North India. It is not that northeast states are resource less. Inspite of having plenty of potential resources why these states are not flourishing is a matter of research. This book basically seeks to investigate the relationship between two macro economic variables, contribution of forestry and fishing overall development indicators and present status compared to national average tourism potentialities, forescasting on domestic tourists arrival etc.