our exports and imports had reached. The price is determined by the market forces of demand and supply. Among the major factors that drove Indias economic growth following the economic reforms of 1991 were increased FDI, adoption of information technology and an increased domestic consumption. Further there came different programs for the promotion of women education, off campuses etc. It consists of different factors like education, health care, lack of gender discrimination, standard of life etc. Nehru wanted India to become more like European nations.
But this situation proved to be unsustainable in the wake of a major hike in petroleum prices. Apart from these, all the states have well known engineering colleges both governments as well as private. The state determines the level and type of production which is distributed equitably among the people. The system was entirely traditional one. During the period under consideration, the structure of our economy was such that it was not possible to reverse our deficit trade balance simply by devaluing rupee. Import tariffs were lowered and import restrictions were dismantled.