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ECONOMICS RESEARCH CENTRE

The Department of Economics was recognized as a research centre by Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli in 1996. Dr. C. Ramesh, Associate professor of Economics is serving as the Head of the Research centre from 2016 onwards. At present three faculty members namely Dr. C. Ramesh, Dr. M. Ganesan, Dr. C. Sivamurugan are appointed as Ph.D guides by Manonmaniam Sundaranar University, Tirunelveli. At present eight part-time scholars and two full-time scholars are pursuing their Ph.D degree in various fields of Economics.

 

Objectives of the Research Centre:

  To stimulate academic environment through the way of promoting quality research.

  To compete with schemes of the national and international community.

  To give a concrete solutions to the social and economic problems of our country.

  To find out cause and effect relationship of variables in Economics.

  To create awareness of the latest development in the field of Economics.

 

Features of Research Centre:

  The research centre is networked with broadband internet route.

  The research centre is having very good library.

  The research centre is having efficient faculty members.

 

LIST OF Ph.D., CANDIDATES COMPLETED IN OUR RESEARCH CENTRE (2015 Onwards):

S. No

Name of the Ph.D., Scholars

Name of the Guide / Co-guide with Designation

Title of the Thesis

Public viva-voce Date

1

Dr. J. David Gnanaraj

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

 

“A study on industrial relations in Life Insurance Corporation of India in Tirunelveli Division- Tirunelveli District”

31.10.2019

2

Dr. S. Raja

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

“Income & expenditure pattern of construction workers in Thoothukudi District”

08.08.2019

3

Dr. V. Bala Ruby

Dr. P. Prabhakaran

Associate Professor (Rtd)

“Tax performance of a provincial government in Indian Federation – A case study of Tamil Nadu”

12.07.2019

4

Dr. D. Kathiravan

Co-Guide:

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

 

“An economic study on impact of micro-credit on poverty reduction of rural women in Tirunelveli District - Tamil Nadu”

04.02.2019

5

Dr. V. Siva Elango

Dr. C. Ramesh

Associate Professor & Head

 

“Impact of Economic Reforms on revenue receipts of Southern States of India with special reference to Tamil Nadu”

02.08.2018

6

Dr. G. Mahalakshmi

Dr. D. Barathan

Associate Professor (Rtd)

“Impact of Economic Reforms on Expenditure Pattern of Southern States with Special reference to Tamil Nadu”

11.12.2017

 

7

Dr. D. Magesh

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

“Economic Analysis of Rural Migration with special reference to Thoothukudi District”

11.05.2017

8

Dr. R. Amutha Bose

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

“Impact of Primary Agricultural Co-operative Credit Society on Economic livelihood of farmers in Thoothukudi district”

17.04.2017

9

Dr. A.R.P.T. Muthukumar

Dr. D. Barathan

Associate Professor (Rtd)

“Crop diversification in Thoothukudi district”

09.12.2016

 

LIST OF Ph.D., SCHOLAR DOING IN OUR RESEARCH CENTRE:

 

S. No

Name of the Scholar (Register Number)

Date of Joining

Name of the Guide / Co-guide with Designation

Title of the Thesis

1

J. Luxa Mary Kingsly

(19212021032007)

29.08.2019

(Full-time)

Dr. C. Sivamurugan

Assistant Professor

 

“A study on financial inclusion through Pradhan Mantri Jan-Dhan Yojana with special reference to Thoothukudi district, Tamil Nadu”

2

A. Amutha Vijayalakshmi

(19232021032003)

20.07.2019

(Part-time)

Dr. C. Sivamurugan

Assistant Professor

 

“Socio-economic impacts of Pilgrimage Tourism in Thoothukudi district with special reference to Sri Subramaniya Swamy Temple, Tiruchendur”

3

C. Kavitha

(19122021032002)

24.12.2018

(Part-time)

Dr. C. Sivamurugan

Assistant Professor

 

“An economic study on Spiritual Tourism with special reference to Tirunelveli district”

4

B. Kavitha

(19222021032002)

17.07.2019

(Part-time)

Dr. M. Ganesan

Assistant Professor

 

“Growth trend of States Debt in India – A post reform approach”

5

V. Kiruthika

(19212021032006)

28.08.2019

(Full-time)

Dr. C. Ramesh

Associate Professor & Head

 

“Revenue receipts of Tamil Nadu Government- A post reform approach”

6

S. Murugeswari

(19222021032001)

17.07.2019

(Part-time)

Dr. C. Ramesh

Associate Professor & Head

 

“Revenue receipts of the Central Government of India – A post reform approach”

 

7

V. Hilda

(17222021032006)

10.08.2017

(Part-time)

Dr. C. Ramesh

Associate Professor & Head

“Expenditure pattern of Tamil Nadu- A post reform approach”

8

M. Shanthi

(11630)

13.10.2014

(Part-time)

Dr. C. Ramesh

Associate Professor & Head

 

“An impact of economic reforms on the expenditure pattern of Indian Government- A comparative approach”

9

G. Amaravathi@ Anitha    (11209)

18.02.2014

(Full- time)

Dr. P. Prabhakaran

Associate Professor

“Farm size and productivity in paddy cultivation in Thoothukudi district”

10

L. Noor Asma

 (11300)

28.03.2014

(Part-time)

Dr. P. Prabhakaran

Associate Professor (Rtd)

 

“Fiscal Performance of Sub-national governments in Indian Federation”

11

M. Surath Sheeba

(7948)

29.04.2011

(Part-time)

Dr. A. Chelladurai

Associate Professor & Head (Rtd)

“Water Pollution and its impact of Fishing Sectors”

 

PAPERS PUBLISHED BY OUR STAFF (2014-20)

 

2017-18

 1.      C. Ramesh, “Willful Defaulters and the growth of Non-Performing Assets in Indian Banking Sector”, Shanlax International Journal of Economics, ISSN: 2319-961X, vol.6, Special Issue.1, 185-188, March 2018.

 

2.      M. Ganesan, “Impact of Demonetization-2016 in India”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches, Volume 4, Special Issue 1, September 2017, ISSN :2349-8684, 100-101.

 

3.      Kirubha Priyadharshini, P. Balamirtham and C. Sivamurugan, “Impact of Special Economic Zones on Employment, Foreign Direct Investment and Export”, SELP Journal of Social Science, ISSN: 0975-9999(P), 2349-1655(O), Volume IX, Issue 37, Page 58-63, April 2018.

 

4.      C. Ramesh, “Fiscol Consolidation and growth trend of Development expenditure of Tamil Nadu”, International Journal of Management and Development Studies 6(11): ISSN (Online): 2320-0685, ISSN (Print): 2321-1423, 65-69, 2017.

 

2016-17

 

1.      C. Ramesh, “Fiscol Consolidation and growth trend of development expenditure of Tamil Nadu”, International Journal of Management and Development Studies 6(11), 65-69(2017), ISSN(Online):2320-0685, ISSN(Print):2321-1423, Impact Factor:0.715.

 

2.      G. Maha Lakshmi, C. Ramesh, “Impact of economic Reforms in Expenditure Pattern of Tamil Nadu”, International Journal of Advanced Research 5(1), ISSN:2320-5407,679-684.

 

3.      S. Jayaselvi, “Agricultural Labourers in India: Facing a great challenge”, Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2(2), (103-107), ISSN: 2330-7362, Volume 2, No.2, 2016.

 

4.      S. Jayaselvi and Muthukutti, “Emerging Service sector in India: An Engine of Growth”, Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 2(2), (228-233), ISSN: 2330-7362, Volume 2, No.2, August 2016.

 

5.      S. Jayaselvi, “Emerging Healthcare Sector in India”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Researches, Volume 3, Special Issue 5, 2349-8684, page 65-70, 2016.

 

6.      S. Jayaselvi, “Awareness and Utilization Perspectives of Health Insurance among Women Workers”, International Journal of Management and Development Studies 5(6):06-14(2016), ISSN (Online): 2320-0685, ISSN (Print): 2321-1423, page 1-14.

 

7.      S. Jayaselvi, “Virtual water Trade: An Adverse consequence in India”, Intercontinental Journal of Human Resource Research Review, ISSN: 2320-9704, Online ISSN: 2347-1662, volume 5, Issue 6, Special Edition-March 2017, page 113-117.

 

8.      S. Jayaselvi, “Challenges of Health care Services in India: Need a Special care”, Shanlax International Journal of Economics, Volume-4, Issue-4, ISSN: 2319-961X, 45-51, September 2016.

 

9.      C. Ramesh, “Growth Trend of Central Government Receipts”, International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Volume 2, No.2, ISSN: 2230-7362, Page 124-127, August 2016.

 

10.  S. Jayaselvi, “Demonetisation: Blessing or Curse in Indian Economy”, International Journal of Business Intelligence and Innovations, ISSN 2348-4705, Special Volume Issue 4, February 2017, page 30-32.

 

11.  S. Jayaselvi, “Demonetisation in India: A Short Period Hitches and Long Period Fruits”, International Journal of Business Intelligence and Innovations, ISSN 2348-4705, Special Volume Issue 4, February 2017, page 36-38.

 

12.  G. Maha Lakshmi and C. Ramesh, “Impact of economic Reforms in Public Expenditure of Tamil Nadu”, International Journal of Trade and Global Business Perspectives”, Volume 5, Number 3, July- September 2016, ISSN(Print)2319-9059(Online): 2319-9067 page 2459-2462.

 

13.  C. Sivamurugan, “Sources of Productivity Growth in Machinery and Machine Tools industry”, International Journal of Business Management, ISSN No.: 2358-2743, volume-4, Issue No.3, Oct-Dec 2016, page 67-93.

 

14.  S. Jayaselvi, “An Economic and Health Status of Fishermen in Tiruchendur”, Shanlax International Journal of Arts, Science and Humanities, ISSN No.: 2321-788X volume-4, Issue-1, 2016, page 35-51.

 

2015-16

 

1.      C. Ramesh, “Women Domestic workers”, International Journal of Management and Social Development, Vol-2 No-5, 2015.  Impact factor: 4.005. 

 

2.      C. Ramesh, “Social Sector Expenditure Across Southern States In India During Pre and post Reform Period”, International Journal of Recent Scientific Research, ISSN:0976-3031, Vol.7, Issue, 3, pp.9222-9225, 2016, Impact factor: 5.114.

 

3.      C. Sivamurugan, “Rupee Free Fall Impact on Indian Economy”, Economic    Development   in India.

 

4.      C. Sivamurugan, “Rural Development and Migrant Fishermen in Thoothukudi”, Marine Fish Economy in India.

 

5.      C. Sivamurugan, “Budget 2015-16: MGNREGA Gets High Allocation”, MGNREGP – Challenges, Problems and Remedies.

 

6.      C. Sivamurugan, “MGNREGA and Its Impact Migration in Backward Areas”, MGNREGP – Challenges, Problems and Remedies.

 

2014-15

 

1.      M. Ganesan, “An Impact of FDI in Retail Sector with Special Reference to Employment and Output in India”, UGC Sponsored National Seminar on FDI in Indian Retail Sector, pp. 102-107.

 

 

 

 

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