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Issa publishes two quarterly journals- Bhartiya Samajik Chintan (in English) and Samayik Samajik Chintan (in Hindi). It is planning to bring out Journals in other Indian languages. It is proposed to bring out at least one research Journal in each of the Indian languages. Paucity of funds is the biggest hurdle to the realization of this objective. ISSA has created a JOURNAL ENDOWMENT FUND and seeks to raise at least 10.0 lakh from contributions and donations from its members, well wishers and charitable institutions. Contributions/Donations to the Journal Endowment Fund should be sent by a cheque/bank draft in favour of Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad. Such Contributions are exempted from Income Tax under 80 (G) of Income Tax Act.
 
   
BHARATIYA SAMAJIK CHINTAN
(A Quarterly Journal of Indian Academy of Social Sciences)
 
Volume III, No. 4, (New Series) January-March 2005
 
CONTENTS
 
Editorial : Agony of Reforms

Obituary : Professor R L Singh

Professor V N Deshpande

The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 26 December, 2004
S P Das Gupta

Factors Underlying Jobless Growth in India
Arun Kumar

Certainty of Uncertainty in Cancer
Sthabir Dasgupta

PIL in the age of Liberalisation
Prashant Bhushan

Mulk Raj Anand : An Un-Gandhian Follower of Gandhi
Partha Gangopadhyay

Some Issues on Illegal Migration from Bangladesh
Pranati Datta

Book Review :
Girijesh Pant

Instructions to Authors

About ISSA
 
Advisory Editorial Board
Prof. Y C Simhadri
Vice-Chancellor
Andhra University

Prof. Arun Kumar
Centre for Economic Studies and Planning
School of Social Sciences
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi

Dr. Joginder Singh Puar
President
Punjab Academy of Social Sciences
Literature & Culture
Jalandhar 144001

Prof. Vibhuti Narain Misra
Director
Regional Research Laboratory
Bhubaneswar

Dr. M Chandrasekhar
Director
Indian Institute of Advanced Management
M V P Colony
Visakhapatnam

Prof. S C Bhattacharya
Fellow
Indian Institute of Advanced Study
Shimla

Prof. D Balasubramanian
Director Research L V Prasad Eye Institute
Hyderabad

Book Review Editor
Professor Girijesh Pant

Centre for West Asian and African Studies
J. N. U, New Delhi 110067
Former Vice-Chancellor,
Guru Ghasidas University, Bilaspur
Ph : (011) 2617 1275 (Resi)
E-mail:gpant49@hotmail.com

Circulation Manager
Dr. Tirthankar Ghose

Sociological Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute203, B. T. Road, Kolkata 700 108
Ph : (033)–2575 3500 (office) 2667 7555 (Resi)
E-mail:trg58@hotmail.com
Dr. A K Tharien
Founder Chairman
Christian Fellowship Hospital
Oddanchatram

Prof. Debabar Banerji
Emeritus Professor
Jawaharlal Nehru University
New Delhi

Prof. Suniti Kumar Ghosh
10, Raja Raj Krishna Street
Flat No. 8
Kolkata 700006

Prof. B M Udgaonkar
Flat No. 705, ‘VIGAYAN’
Scientists’ Co-Operative Housing Society,
Plot No. 23, Sector 17, Vashi,
New Mumbai 400703

Prof. S K Chaube
SRB-22B, Shipra Riviera, Indirapuram,
Ghaziabad 201012

Prof. G D Sharma
Director, Consortium for
Education Communication
Nuclear Science Centre
New Delhi

Prof. K M Shrimali
Department of History
University of Delhi

MANAGING EDITOR
Professor P K Sarkar

254, Lake Town, B Block,
Kolkata-700 089
Ph : (033)–2521 6878
E-mail:fha@cal.vsnl.net.in

EDITOR
Shri Debabrata Panda
Ashok Swapna
122/4 Dr. J R Dhar Road, Kolkata 700 028
Ph : (033)–2549 3016, Mobile : 9831966058
e-mail:psaumya@vsnl.net
 
 
 
Instructions to Authors
 
BHARATIYA SAMAJIK CHINTAN
Bharatiya Samajik Chintan is a forum for articulation, analysis and debate of issues— which concern the nation— by natural scientists, social scientists, doctors, engineers, technologists, social activists, research scholars, students and others. It publishes contributions— in the form of articles, comments on published articles, book reviews, and letters to editor— from established intellectuals as well as young scholars. The papers/articles will be selected on merit for publication. However, only such articles which attempt to make some theoretical methodological contribution or which have immediate applied value, will be published in this journal.
 
Instructions to Authors
 
Authors submitting a paper do so on the understanding that it has not been published previously, nor is it being considered for publication elsewhere. A declaration to that effect, signed by (all) the author(s) must accompany the manuscript. Manuscripts should be sent to the Editor.
l Submission of the manuscript implies that the authors agree to assign exclusive copyright to the    Indian Academy of Social Sciences (ISSA) as soon as the manuscript is accepted for publication.    The work shall not be published elsewhere in any language without the written consent of the    ISSA.
l Contributions may be made only to the following categories : Comment, Book Review, Letter to    the Editor, Theoretical Research Articles and Report of Case Studies.
l Contributions may be submitted via e-mail<psaumya@vsnl.net>.
l Submit the manuscript in triplicate.
l Manuscripts should be composed in MS WORD or PAGEMAKER6.5. The diskette along with the hard    copy containing an exact copy of the manuscript must be accompanied by two photocopies.
l The contribution should be submitted in English. The author must ensure that the spelling is    consistent—be it British or American.
l The journal does not hold itself responsible for loss or damages to manuscripts in transit.
l Contributions should in most cases not exceed 10 printed pages (approximately 700 words per    printed page). Additional pages must be paid for by the author at the rate of Rs. 100 per page.    Payments should be remitted to the Managing Editor by a demand draft drawn on Kolkata in    favour of Indian Academy of Social Sciences or cheque issued by a Kolkata branch of a bank.
l Authors are solely responsible for all views expressed in their work. Statements and opinions    expressed in their contributions are not necessarily those of the Editor, publisher or the ISSA.
l Each paper must be accompanied by an Abstract not exceeding 100 words.
l Each paper must contain (i) a concise informative title, (ii) name(s) of author(s), (iii) institutional    and departmental affiliation of the author(s), (iv) a short title if the title exceeds 30 letters and (v)    the name and address of author to whom correspondence about the manuscript should be    referred. E-mail address of the author(s), if available, should be mentioned.
l Tables should have short explanatory headings and they should be numbered as Table 1, Table 2    etc. Number of Tables should be kept to a minimum.
l Diagrams should be in a form suitable for direct reproduction. They should clarify the text and    their numbers be kept to a minimum. Acknowledge all illustrations/tables/diagrams reproduced    from other publications.
l References appearing in the text should be given in the form [Radhakrishna 1991], [Dev et al    2000] etc. At the end of the text, authors' names cited in the text should be alphabetically    arranged and they can be listed as in the Example :
   Bardhan PK, 1985, The Political Economy of Development in India, Basil Blackwell, Oxford :
   191-206.
   Sengupta N, 1997, ‘One step forward, two steps back’ in Rao, Maiti, Panda, Chaubey (eds) Fifty    Years of India’s Freedom, Indian Academy of Social Sciences, Allahabad : 87-100.
Declaration No. 31/JM/Dated 3. 9. 2004 under Memo No. 781(3)/JM dated 7.9.2004, Office of the District Magistrate, North 24-Parganas, Barasat (JUDICIAL MUNSHIKHANA DEPARTMENT)
Trivedi J M, 2003, ‘Human rights, violence and tribal women’ in Bharatiya Samajik Chintan, January : I, 4 : 44-46.
UNDP, 1998, Human Development Report 1998, OUP, New York : 65n.
For Online References
Example : Pilger J, 2003, ‘We know too much, we see too much’, available from Global Network Against Weapons and Nuclear Power in Space, Gainesville, FL:http//:www.space4peace.org.
Abbreviations and Symbols. Unfamiliar abbreviations and symbols must be defined, when first used. Only generally accepted standard terms should be used. Avoid using Roman numerals in the text.
Acknowledgements. Authors should acknowledge only persons who have made substantial contributions to their work. They are required to obtain written permission from enveryone acknowledged by name so that readers may infer the endorsement of the data and conclusions by the persons acknowledged.
l We do not supply offprints. An author of a published paper will receive one copy of the particular    issue.
l Book for review. Two copies of each book for review should be sent to Professor Girijesh Pant,
   72 Dhaksinapuram, Jawharlal Nehru University Campus, New Delhi-110067.    Email:gpant49@hotmail.com.