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Topic: Sunrises State;
Potential of
Topic: Sunrises State; Realising The Growth
Potential of North East
Realising The Growth
Introduction
North-eastern region of India stretching between 220
57` N 290
5` N latitudes and 890
5` E and 970
3`E
longitude covers a total graphical area of 2,25,083 sq. kms. It comprises of eight states- Assam,
Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura: 76 districts, 249
towns and 40398 villages. The region is underdeveloped. The economy of the region is dominated
by Tea, Oil and Timber etc. Industries do not have significant impact on the economy of the region.
Agricultural stagnation is added to land of this backwardness. The region is plenteously endowed
with biodiversity, Hydro-potential, Oil & Gas, Coil, Limestone & Forest wealth. It is ideally suited
to produced a whole range of plantation crops, spices, fruit & vegetable, flower &herbs, much of
which could be processed and exported to the rest o the country and world- wide. Market must be
developed and problems of transportation, power, infra structure, finance & services overcome. Its
natural beauty, serenity and reached flora & founa invite trekking the tourism
Discussion on Topic: Realising The Growth Potential of North East
Economic development is the backbone of every civilize nation. If we have notice In the Ne region,
we have notice in the north east region we found that, economic development of NE based on mainly
agricultural sector, some few others are on industries, service sector, transportation & Tourism etc.
The development of the region is largely based on technological transfer and proper use of existing
resources. Northeast region is economically subsistence level in the present landscape. By tradition
the vital resources: land, water, forest even minerals are controlled by the community, in which
technological investment is negligible.
Agricultural Sector
The region is endowed with a varied topography and agro-mactic conditions which offer vast
potential for agriculture, horticulture and forestry. However, the region is lagging in agricultural
development contrary to the national ethos. Reasons include a lack of appropriate strategies for the
development of natural resources, inadequate infrastructure facilities and low adoption of improved
technology. Agriculture provides livelihood to 70% of the region’s population. In Mizoram,
around 51% of the population lives in rural areas and is dependent on agriculture. The figure in
Sikkim is high at 89%. However, the pattern of agricultural growth has remained uneven across
regions. The states continue to be net importers of food grains even for their own consumption.
The region, which is heavily dependent on the agriculture sector, needs a green revolution to
eradicate poverty and boost its economy. Such a green revolution must be adequately backed by
financial institutions, marketing functionaries and R&D.
Different tables of statistical data
STATE INCOME
India/ NE
States
STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT, 2009-10
Gross State Domestic
Product (2004-05 Base)
(in Crores)
Net State Domestic
Product (2004-05 Base)
(in Crores)
Per Capita Net State
Domestic Product
(In Rupees)
At
Current
Price
At
Constant
Price
At
Current
Price
At
Constant
Price
At
Current
Price
At
Constant
Price
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 6133230 4493743 5477557 3975429 46492 33731
Assam 92472 69924 81691 60912 27197 20279
Arunachal
Pradesh
7241 5535 6306 4845 51644 39679
Manipur 8687 N.A. 7763 N.A. 28531 N.A.
Meghalaya 12502 8796 10983 7645 42601 29656
Mizoram 5633 4330 5078 3901 45982 35323
Nagaland 6751 6227 6185 5786 22418 20971
Sikkim 3475 2586 2951 2175 48937 36075
Tripura 14604 12248 12734 11917 35799 33503
PUBLIC FINANCE
India/ NE
States
Development & Non Development Expenditure,
2009-10 Revenue Account (Budget Estimates)
(Rs. in Crore)
Per Capita
Budgeted
Expenditure,
2009-10
(Budget
Estimates)
In Rs.
Development
Expenditure
Non
Development
Expenditure
Total
Expenditure
% of
Developmental
Expenditure
1 2 3 4 5 6
India 492442.72 321907.45 837238.45 58.82 7346.10
Assam 14212.80 12359.47 29269.86 48.56 9694.90
Arunachal
Pradesh
2712.04 895.04 3607.08 75.19 29397.56
Manipur 1780.47 1173.16 3055.91 58.26 12622.51
Meghalaya 2530.50 1057.78 3588.27 70.52 13848.98
Mizoram 1834.41 997.28 2831.69 64.78 28516.52
Nagaland 1757.69 1412.39 3170.07 55.45 14260.32
Sikkim 1083.09 1484.06 2567.15 2.19 42432.23
Tripura 2212.42 1976.44 4266.86 51.85 11938.61
ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES
India/ NE
States
Factory Sector, 2006-07 (value in Lakh)
No. of
Factories
No. of persons
Engaged
Working
Capital
Net Value
Added
Income Profit
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 144710 10328434 28218880 39572526 34800999 24142496
Assam 1976 136568 329704 364199 323795 236422
Arunachal
Pradesh
Manipur 63 2158 633 642 508 48
Meghalaya 76 5725 30494 45035 41180 36523
Mizoram
Nagaland 106 3626 3029 3763 3514 2416
Sikkim
Tripura 324 21077 17707 12637 11220 6715
SERICULTURE
India/ NE States
Production of Raw Silk, 2006-07 (in Tonne)
Mulberry Tasar Eri Muga Total
1 2 3 4 5 6
India 16525.00 350.00 1485.00 115.00 18475.00
Assam 11.00 740.00 107.00 858.00
Arunachal Pradesh 0.40 5.00 1.40 6.80
Manipur 70.00 3.00 374.00 0.20 447.20
Meghalaya 1.25 202.00 5.80 209.05
Mizoram 6.00 0.20 4.20 0.20 10.60
Nagaland 1.25 0.15 115.00 0.20 116.60
Sikkim 0.20 0.10 0.30
Tripura 5.00 5.00
TEA
India/ NE States
Area (hect.) Production (.000 kg) Avg. yield (kg/hect.)
2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 567020 578458 981805 986427 1732 1705
Assam 311822 321319 502041 511885 1610 1593
Arunachal Pradesh 1719 2570 3884 5842 2259 2273
Manipur 1319 1319 110 110 83 83
Meghalaya 252 564 139 259 552 459
Mizoram 650 650 75 75 115 115
Nagaland 1898 1898 191 191 101 101
Sikkim 195 194 87 82 446 423
Tripura 8710 8962 7272 7856 835 877
POWER
India/ NE
States
Installed
Generating
Capacity of
Electricity,
2008-09 (GW)
Actual Generation of Electricity (Utilities),
2007-08 (GWh)
Total Length of
Transmission &
Distribution Lines,
2008-09 (in Ckt
Km)
Hydro Thermal New &
Renewable
Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 10233.0 120386.7 225401.2 25210.0 722625.5 7278946.0
Assam 0.47 510.2 1125.5 7.5 1643.1 79355.0
Arunachal
Pradesh
0.06 0.00 4.9 160.7 165.6 16532.0
Manipur 0.05 0.00 1.7 19.4 21.1 13326.0
Meghalaya 0.19 547.5 0.00 110.2 657.7 20833.0
Mizoram 0.07 0.00 2.7 62.0 64.7 15141.0
Nagaland 0.03 0.00 0.00 101.8 101.8 14309.0
Sikkim 0.05 0.00 0.02 138.9 139.1 5156.0
Tripura 0.15 0.00 620.2 56.9 677.1 23969.0
PETROLEUM
India/ NE States
Consumption of major Petroleum Product (.000 tonne),
2007-08
LPG Petrol Diesel Kerosene Bitumen Total
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 12165 10332 47668 9365 9828 128946
Assam 177 101 500 266 264 1434
Arunachal Pradesh 11 13 51 13 16 107
Manipur 17 20 43 20 10 112
Meghalaya 13 32 192 21 16 275
Mizoram 17 11 30 6 9 75
Nagaland 14 16 27 14 10 83
Sikkim 8 7 27 12 1 57
Tripura 20 16 52 31 13 141
HEALTH
India/ NE
States
Doctors at
PHCs,
2007
Specialists at
CHCs, 2007
Health
Worker at
Sub Centre,
2007
% of expenditure
on Medical &
Public Health,
2009-10 (B.E.)
Per Capita
expenditure on
Medical & Public-
Health (Rs.), 2009-10
(B.E.)
1 2 3 4 5 6
India 22608 5117 147439 4.05 297.34
Assam 610* 12* 5719 4.82 467.12
Arunachal
Pradesh
78 N.A. 23 5.05 1484.68
Manipur 103 1 420 3.97 501.40
Meghalaya 106 1 401 4.92 680.97
Mizoram 39 N.A. 421 9.05 2579.36
Nagaland 53 N.A. 300 3.83 5465.65
Sikkim 38 5 147 3.51 1488.76
Tripura 150 2 520 4.31 514.35
* 2001
EDUCATION
India/ NE States
Literacy Rate: (as per census)
2011 2001 2011 2001 2011 2001
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 74.04 65.38 82.14 75.85 65.46 54.16
Assam 73.18 63.25 78.81 75.23 67.27 51.85
Arunachal Pradesh 66.95 54.34 76.69 65.43 59.57 40.23
Manipur 79.85 70.53 86.49 80.33 73.17 61.46
Meghalaya 75.48 62.56 77.17 71.18 73.78 50.43
Mizoram 91.58 88.80 93.72 92.53 89.40 86.75
Nagaland 80.11 66.59 83.29 76.04 76.69 56.87
Sikkim 82.20 68.81 87.29 77.38 77.43 59.63
Tripura 87.75 73.19 92.18 82.42 83.15 64.33
EMPLOYMENT
India/ NE States
Employment in Organized
Sectors (in .000), As on March 2005
Job-seakers registered with
Employment Exchanges
(in .000 nos.), 2006
Total Public Private Total Male Female
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
India 26458.4 18006.6 84.51 41616 29885 11731
Assam 1112.2 531.6 580.6 1843 1420 423
Arunachal Pradesh
N.A. N.A. N.A. 30 21 9
Manipur 80.6 78.0 2.6 580 420 160
Meghalaya 81.9 72.6 9.3 32 19 13
Mizoram 41.5 40.1 1.4 43 26 17
Nagaland 72.3 68.2 4.1 43 31 12
Sikkim N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A.
Tripura 123.4 110.5 12.9 427 270 157
DEVELOPMENT INDEX
India/ NE States
Gender Development Index Human
Development Index
1996 2006 1996 2006 2007-08
1 2 3 4 5 6
India 0.514 0.590 0.530 0.605 0.467
Assam 0.532 0.585 0.543 0.595 0.444
Arunachal Pradesh 0.544 0.642 0.549 0.647
0.573(N.E.StatesExcluding
Assam)
Manipur 0.600 0.699 0.610 0.702
Meghalaya 0.592 0.624 0.595 0.629
Mizoram 0.612 0.687 0.618 0.688
Nagaland 0.626 0.697 0.653 0.700
Sikkim 0.566 0.659 0.582 0.665
Tripura 0.546 0.626 0.579 0.663
Recommendations
State Issues Suggestion
Assam Assam is heterogeneous state, which is
home to diverse ethnic groups and other
several smaller tribal groups
I. Special efforts should be made
to maintain the socio-political
equilibrium of the state.
II. Representation of each ethnic
group in the decision making /
political process is a must
ensure territorial integrity of the
various groups.
Student and a few civil society groups
who are active in aggregation and
demonstration in Manipur.
All Efforts should be made to divert
their potential for constructive and
positive purposes.
Arunachal
Pradesh
a. The state is economically backward,
in spite of a prevailing peaceful
situation.
b. Fear of Chinese aggregation.
c. Heavy dependence of Centre.
Development of infrastructure
should be given top Priority.
Nagaland Proper financial management and step to
initiate infrastructure development
project in the state.
State govt. must ensure proper
financial management in the state
and properly initiate project to
develop infrastructure in the state
Mizuram Boarder fencing along India Bangladesh
Border.
This should be expedited.
Manipur Student and a few civil society groups
who are active in aggregation and
demonstration in Manipur.
All Efforts should be made to divert
their potential for constructive and
positive purposes.
Meghalaya Instability of Govt. has hampered
economic growth.
The national regional parties should
ensure stability and longevity of the
govt. in the state.
Sikkim Sikkim has rich bio-diversity and
potential for horticulture and medicinal
plants. The State is an organic state also
received accolades for environmental
protection.
This assailment of the state need to
be highlighted across the globe to
attract the international support.
Tripura Tripura has a rich bamboo resources to
made products from bamboo also have a
world wide market.
The bamboo industry must be given
incentive to immerge as a major
revenue earner of the state.
N.B. : Sources are Internet, different books.

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SIVASAGAR

  • 1. Topic: Sunrises State; Potential of Topic: Sunrises State; Realising The Growth Potential of North East Realising The Growth
  • 2. Introduction North-eastern region of India stretching between 220 57` N 290 5` N latitudes and 890 5` E and 970 3`E longitude covers a total graphical area of 2,25,083 sq. kms. It comprises of eight states- Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Tripura: 76 districts, 249 towns and 40398 villages. The region is underdeveloped. The economy of the region is dominated by Tea, Oil and Timber etc. Industries do not have significant impact on the economy of the region. Agricultural stagnation is added to land of this backwardness. The region is plenteously endowed with biodiversity, Hydro-potential, Oil & Gas, Coil, Limestone & Forest wealth. It is ideally suited to produced a whole range of plantation crops, spices, fruit & vegetable, flower &herbs, much of which could be processed and exported to the rest o the country and world- wide. Market must be developed and problems of transportation, power, infra structure, finance & services overcome. Its natural beauty, serenity and reached flora & founa invite trekking the tourism Discussion on Topic: Realising The Growth Potential of North East Economic development is the backbone of every civilize nation. If we have notice In the Ne region, we have notice in the north east region we found that, economic development of NE based on mainly agricultural sector, some few others are on industries, service sector, transportation & Tourism etc. The development of the region is largely based on technological transfer and proper use of existing resources. Northeast region is economically subsistence level in the present landscape. By tradition the vital resources: land, water, forest even minerals are controlled by the community, in which technological investment is negligible. Agricultural Sector The region is endowed with a varied topography and agro-mactic conditions which offer vast potential for agriculture, horticulture and forestry. However, the region is lagging in agricultural development contrary to the national ethos. Reasons include a lack of appropriate strategies for the development of natural resources, inadequate infrastructure facilities and low adoption of improved technology. Agriculture provides livelihood to 70% of the region’s population. In Mizoram, around 51% of the population lives in rural areas and is dependent on agriculture. The figure in Sikkim is high at 89%. However, the pattern of agricultural growth has remained uneven across regions. The states continue to be net importers of food grains even for their own consumption. The region, which is heavily dependent on the agriculture sector, needs a green revolution to eradicate poverty and boost its economy. Such a green revolution must be adequately backed by financial institutions, marketing functionaries and R&D.
  • 3. Different tables of statistical data STATE INCOME India/ NE States STATE DOMESTIC PRODUCT, 2009-10 Gross State Domestic Product (2004-05 Base) (in Crores) Net State Domestic Product (2004-05 Base) (in Crores) Per Capita Net State Domestic Product (In Rupees) At Current Price At Constant Price At Current Price At Constant Price At Current Price At Constant Price 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 6133230 4493743 5477557 3975429 46492 33731 Assam 92472 69924 81691 60912 27197 20279 Arunachal Pradesh 7241 5535 6306 4845 51644 39679 Manipur 8687 N.A. 7763 N.A. 28531 N.A. Meghalaya 12502 8796 10983 7645 42601 29656 Mizoram 5633 4330 5078 3901 45982 35323 Nagaland 6751 6227 6185 5786 22418 20971 Sikkim 3475 2586 2951 2175 48937 36075 Tripura 14604 12248 12734 11917 35799 33503 PUBLIC FINANCE India/ NE States Development & Non Development Expenditure, 2009-10 Revenue Account (Budget Estimates) (Rs. in Crore) Per Capita Budgeted Expenditure, 2009-10 (Budget Estimates) In Rs. Development Expenditure Non Development Expenditure Total Expenditure % of Developmental Expenditure 1 2 3 4 5 6 India 492442.72 321907.45 837238.45 58.82 7346.10 Assam 14212.80 12359.47 29269.86 48.56 9694.90 Arunachal Pradesh 2712.04 895.04 3607.08 75.19 29397.56 Manipur 1780.47 1173.16 3055.91 58.26 12622.51 Meghalaya 2530.50 1057.78 3588.27 70.52 13848.98 Mizoram 1834.41 997.28 2831.69 64.78 28516.52 Nagaland 1757.69 1412.39 3170.07 55.45 14260.32 Sikkim 1083.09 1484.06 2567.15 2.19 42432.23 Tripura 2212.42 1976.44 4266.86 51.85 11938.61
  • 4. ANNUAL SURVEY OF INDUSTRIES India/ NE States Factory Sector, 2006-07 (value in Lakh) No. of Factories No. of persons Engaged Working Capital Net Value Added Income Profit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 144710 10328434 28218880 39572526 34800999 24142496 Assam 1976 136568 329704 364199 323795 236422 Arunachal Pradesh Manipur 63 2158 633 642 508 48 Meghalaya 76 5725 30494 45035 41180 36523 Mizoram Nagaland 106 3626 3029 3763 3514 2416 Sikkim Tripura 324 21077 17707 12637 11220 6715 SERICULTURE India/ NE States Production of Raw Silk, 2006-07 (in Tonne) Mulberry Tasar Eri Muga Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 India 16525.00 350.00 1485.00 115.00 18475.00 Assam 11.00 740.00 107.00 858.00 Arunachal Pradesh 0.40 5.00 1.40 6.80 Manipur 70.00 3.00 374.00 0.20 447.20 Meghalaya 1.25 202.00 5.80 209.05 Mizoram 6.00 0.20 4.20 0.20 10.60 Nagaland 1.25 0.15 115.00 0.20 116.60 Sikkim 0.20 0.10 0.30 Tripura 5.00 5.00 TEA India/ NE States Area (hect.) Production (.000 kg) Avg. yield (kg/hect.) 2006 2007 2006 2007 2006 2007 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 567020 578458 981805 986427 1732 1705 Assam 311822 321319 502041 511885 1610 1593 Arunachal Pradesh 1719 2570 3884 5842 2259 2273 Manipur 1319 1319 110 110 83 83 Meghalaya 252 564 139 259 552 459 Mizoram 650 650 75 75 115 115 Nagaland 1898 1898 191 191 101 101 Sikkim 195 194 87 82 446 423 Tripura 8710 8962 7272 7856 835 877
  • 5. POWER India/ NE States Installed Generating Capacity of Electricity, 2008-09 (GW) Actual Generation of Electricity (Utilities), 2007-08 (GWh) Total Length of Transmission & Distribution Lines, 2008-09 (in Ckt Km) Hydro Thermal New & Renewable Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 10233.0 120386.7 225401.2 25210.0 722625.5 7278946.0 Assam 0.47 510.2 1125.5 7.5 1643.1 79355.0 Arunachal Pradesh 0.06 0.00 4.9 160.7 165.6 16532.0 Manipur 0.05 0.00 1.7 19.4 21.1 13326.0 Meghalaya 0.19 547.5 0.00 110.2 657.7 20833.0 Mizoram 0.07 0.00 2.7 62.0 64.7 15141.0 Nagaland 0.03 0.00 0.00 101.8 101.8 14309.0 Sikkim 0.05 0.00 0.02 138.9 139.1 5156.0 Tripura 0.15 0.00 620.2 56.9 677.1 23969.0 PETROLEUM India/ NE States Consumption of major Petroleum Product (.000 tonne), 2007-08 LPG Petrol Diesel Kerosene Bitumen Total 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 12165 10332 47668 9365 9828 128946 Assam 177 101 500 266 264 1434 Arunachal Pradesh 11 13 51 13 16 107 Manipur 17 20 43 20 10 112 Meghalaya 13 32 192 21 16 275 Mizoram 17 11 30 6 9 75 Nagaland 14 16 27 14 10 83 Sikkim 8 7 27 12 1 57 Tripura 20 16 52 31 13 141 HEALTH India/ NE States Doctors at PHCs, 2007 Specialists at CHCs, 2007 Health Worker at Sub Centre, 2007 % of expenditure on Medical & Public Health, 2009-10 (B.E.) Per Capita expenditure on Medical & Public- Health (Rs.), 2009-10 (B.E.) 1 2 3 4 5 6 India 22608 5117 147439 4.05 297.34 Assam 610* 12* 5719 4.82 467.12 Arunachal Pradesh 78 N.A. 23 5.05 1484.68 Manipur 103 1 420 3.97 501.40 Meghalaya 106 1 401 4.92 680.97 Mizoram 39 N.A. 421 9.05 2579.36 Nagaland 53 N.A. 300 3.83 5465.65 Sikkim 38 5 147 3.51 1488.76 Tripura 150 2 520 4.31 514.35
  • 6. * 2001 EDUCATION India/ NE States Literacy Rate: (as per census) 2011 2001 2011 2001 2011 2001 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 74.04 65.38 82.14 75.85 65.46 54.16 Assam 73.18 63.25 78.81 75.23 67.27 51.85 Arunachal Pradesh 66.95 54.34 76.69 65.43 59.57 40.23 Manipur 79.85 70.53 86.49 80.33 73.17 61.46 Meghalaya 75.48 62.56 77.17 71.18 73.78 50.43 Mizoram 91.58 88.80 93.72 92.53 89.40 86.75 Nagaland 80.11 66.59 83.29 76.04 76.69 56.87 Sikkim 82.20 68.81 87.29 77.38 77.43 59.63 Tripura 87.75 73.19 92.18 82.42 83.15 64.33 EMPLOYMENT India/ NE States Employment in Organized Sectors (in .000), As on March 2005 Job-seakers registered with Employment Exchanges (in .000 nos.), 2006 Total Public Private Total Male Female 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 India 26458.4 18006.6 84.51 41616 29885 11731 Assam 1112.2 531.6 580.6 1843 1420 423 Arunachal Pradesh N.A. N.A. N.A. 30 21 9 Manipur 80.6 78.0 2.6 580 420 160 Meghalaya 81.9 72.6 9.3 32 19 13 Mizoram 41.5 40.1 1.4 43 26 17 Nagaland 72.3 68.2 4.1 43 31 12 Sikkim N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. N.A. Tripura 123.4 110.5 12.9 427 270 157 DEVELOPMENT INDEX India/ NE States Gender Development Index Human Development Index
  • 7. 1996 2006 1996 2006 2007-08 1 2 3 4 5 6 India 0.514 0.590 0.530 0.605 0.467 Assam 0.532 0.585 0.543 0.595 0.444 Arunachal Pradesh 0.544 0.642 0.549 0.647 0.573(N.E.StatesExcluding Assam) Manipur 0.600 0.699 0.610 0.702 Meghalaya 0.592 0.624 0.595 0.629 Mizoram 0.612 0.687 0.618 0.688 Nagaland 0.626 0.697 0.653 0.700 Sikkim 0.566 0.659 0.582 0.665 Tripura 0.546 0.626 0.579 0.663
  • 8. Recommendations State Issues Suggestion Assam Assam is heterogeneous state, which is home to diverse ethnic groups and other several smaller tribal groups I. Special efforts should be made to maintain the socio-political equilibrium of the state. II. Representation of each ethnic group in the decision making / political process is a must ensure territorial integrity of the various groups. Student and a few civil society groups who are active in aggregation and demonstration in Manipur. All Efforts should be made to divert their potential for constructive and positive purposes. Arunachal Pradesh a. The state is economically backward, in spite of a prevailing peaceful situation. b. Fear of Chinese aggregation. c. Heavy dependence of Centre. Development of infrastructure should be given top Priority. Nagaland Proper financial management and step to initiate infrastructure development project in the state. State govt. must ensure proper financial management in the state and properly initiate project to develop infrastructure in the state Mizuram Boarder fencing along India Bangladesh Border. This should be expedited. Manipur Student and a few civil society groups who are active in aggregation and demonstration in Manipur. All Efforts should be made to divert their potential for constructive and positive purposes. Meghalaya Instability of Govt. has hampered economic growth. The national regional parties should ensure stability and longevity of the govt. in the state. Sikkim Sikkim has rich bio-diversity and potential for horticulture and medicinal plants. The State is an organic state also received accolades for environmental protection. This assailment of the state need to be highlighted across the globe to attract the international support. Tripura Tripura has a rich bamboo resources to made products from bamboo also have a world wide market. The bamboo industry must be given incentive to immerge as a major revenue earner of the state. N.B. : Sources are Internet, different books.