Dr. Manmohan Singh-"Father of Indian Reforms"



Case Code : CLMISC021
Publication date : 2015
Subject : Miscellaneous
Industry : Indian Economy
Organization : -
Length : 06 Pages
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This caselet talks about the eminent personality Dr. Manmohan Singh and his tremendous contribution to the Indian Economy. Manmohan Singh was born in Gah (now in Punjab, Pakistan). He completed his graduation from Chandigarh University, India, and had a doctorate in Economics from Oxford. During the 1970s and 1980s, he worked with the Reserve Bank of India, the Industrial Development Bank of India, and the Planning Commission of India. In 1991, as the Finance Minister of India, he helped the country to avoid possible bankruptcy and crisis situation. He was the main architect of the economic reforms in 1991...


Get to know about the economic reforms of 1991.
Understand the role of Manmohan Singh in introducing in economic reforms
Get to know the contributions made by Manmohan Singh as the Prime Minister of India.


Manmohan Singh, former prime minister of India and an economist, scholar, and thinker, saved India from plunging into possible bankruptcy and an economic crisis in 1991. This earned him the sobriquet of the “Architect of Indian Reforms”.

Manmohan Singh was born in Gah (now in Punjab, Pakistan). His family migrated to India during the partition in 1947. He completed his graduation in Economics from Chandigarh University and then studied abroad and received a Doctorate in Economics from Oxford...

Key words:
Indian Economy,Economic crisis of 1991,Economic reforms

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