About IEG

About the Institute

The Institute of Economic Growth 

Continuing Commitment to Excellence

The Institute of Economic Growth (IEG) is an autonomous, multidisciplinary Centre for advanced research and training. Widely recognized as a Centre of excellence, it is one of India's leading academic institutions in the fields of economic and social development. Established in 1958, its faculty of about 23 social scientists (economists, demographers and sociologists) and a large body of supporting research staff focus on emerging and often cutting-edge areas of social and policy concern. Many past and current faculty members are internationally renowned and award-winning scholars.

IEG's research falls into nine broad themes: Agriculture and rural development, environment and resource economics; globalization and trade; industry, labour and welfare; macro-economic policy and modeling; population and development; health policy; and social change and social structure. In addition, the Institute organizes regular training programmes for the trainee officers of the Indian Economic Service and occasional courses for officers of the Indian Statistical Service, NABARD, and university teachers. The Institute's faculty members also supervise doctoral students from India and abroad, provide regular policy inputs, and engage with government, civil society and international organisations. Over the years IEG has hosted many renowned international scholars, including Nobel Laureates Elinor Ostrom and Amartya Sen, and others such as Ronald Dore, Yujiro Hayami, Jan Breman and Nicolas Stern.

Founded in 1958 by the eminent economist V.K.R.V. Rao, IEG's faculty, Board of Directors and Trustees have included a wide range of distinguished intellectuals and policy makers, including V.T. Krishnamachari, C.D. Deshmukh, P.N. Dhar, A.M. Khusro, Dharm Narain, C. Rangarajan, C.H. Hanumantha Rao, Nitin Desai, T.N. Madan, P.C. Joshi and Bimal Jalan. Several former faculty members have served as members of the Planning Commission or on the Prime Minister's Panel of Economic Advisors. Former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has had a long association with the Institute, initially as Chairman of the Board (1972-1982) and as President (1992-2021) of the IEG Society. Currently, Shri. N.K. Singh is the President of IEG, Prof. Ramesh Chand is the Chairman of the BoG, IEG and Prof. Chetan Ghate is the Director of IEG.

IEG Vision

The Institute of Economic Growth is a social science research and training centre of excellence, founded by Professor V.K.R.V. Rao in 1952. It was set up to promote multidisciplinary research on issues relevant to India’s economic growth and social development. Since its inception, the Institute has aspired to produce research that is theoretically sound, methodologically rigorous by international standards, and relevant for policy. With this ambition, our faculty members have kept up with theoretical and methodological developments in their fields, and with changes in the ground realities of the economy and society. They have to their credit a wide range of publications, including articles in international academic journals and books published by leading national and international publishers. While research remains the Institute’s primary activity, the faculty also guides Ph.D and M.Phil students from India and abroad, trains civil servants, particularly the Indian Economic Service officers, on economic and social policies, and provides policy advice to the Government of India.

When the Institute was founded, India had recently attained Independence. At that time, economic planning and social welfare formed the fulcrum of the country’s development strategy.

The Institute’s research profile reflected national concerns, and themes such as agricultural and rural development, industry, trade, finance, monetary economics, population, urbanization, macroeconomics, and social change received prime attention. Since the 1980s, and especially since the 1990s, however, there have been notable changes in the country’s economic strategy. While India still remains a mixed economy, with a focus on both State and market, the introduction of economic reforms has shifted the balance from largely State-led growth to a growing emphasis on the private sector and an open economy. Liberalisation and globalisation have affected not only the economy, but also the society and polity. Existing development paradigms are being challenged by new concerns such as environmental degradation and gender inequality. These call for new theoretical and methodological innovativeness.

Responding to these contemporary challenges, the research agenda of the Institute faculty has broadened to include emerging issues such as liberalisation and globalisation with a human face, technological change, environment and natural resources, gender inequality, the well-being of vulnerable sections, regional disparity, citizenship and governance, social pathologies, health economics, ageing, and social capital. Hence, while the Institute’s faculty continues to pursue its traditional specializations, it has also widened its scope. Moreover, it has sought to approach even the traditional fields with a fresh perspective, informed by new theoretical and methodological approaches. What remains unchanged is our continuing stress on academic excellence and policy relevance.

Infrastructure – IEG

Library

ACCESS/ USERS IEG Lib

The library and its facilities are available to the faculty members, Indian Economics services Probationers and other officer trainees of the Institute, for example, officer trainees from NABARD, Indian Audit and Accounts, Environmental Economics, faculty, Ph.D. scholars and students of Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi and other Universities in India, research scholars, alumni members and others who are interested in accessing information.

WORKING HOURS OF LIBRARY

The library is open from 9.00 A.M. to 5.30 P.M. from Monday to Friday for users. It remains closed on Saturday, Sunday and other holidays.

COLLECTION

The library of the institute has a specialised collection on social sciences with an emphasis on development and planning. It caters mainly to the needs of research and training undertaken at the institute. Apart from routine and trade publications procurement, the library makes a special effort to procuring research publications, Micro-documents, serials and official publications brought out by research organisations, corporate bodies, international organisations and their allied agencies, universities and the Central and the State government, departments and their research and their evaluation cells.

BOOKS

As on date the library had about 1,31,000 accessioned documents including books, monographs, workshop papers, proceedings of conferences, statistical serials in the field of economics, economic development, energy, environment, finance, econometrics, mathematics, agriculture, forestry, industry, irrigation, sociology, social anthropology, gender, demography, health etc. An equal number of unaccessioned Micro Documents comprising of Institutional Research Reports, Discussion, Occasional and Working Papers are also held. The library also collects on a fairly wide basis, the Annual Reports of Companies, of Departments of Central and State Government and other corporate bodies.

JOURNALS

In addition to a stock of 20,000 back volumes of journals of 2,000 titles, the library subscribes to 104 journals, receive 51 journals in exchange and receive 123 journals on gratis. The library exchanges the Institute's research output and publications (including its journal, Contributions to Indian Sociology ) with similar institutions in India and abroad. In total, the library receives 278 journals.

SERIALS

Since data publications are important for research, the library specialises in collecting statistical serials, mostly annually. There are around 3000 serial titles containing statistical information on India and its states and other countries.

  • Government Publications
  • Annual Reports
  • Research Papers


CENSUS REPORTS

The library has a complete set of census reports commencing from 1872. This section maintains the census data of India for the period 1872 to 1951 in microfiche format and from 1951 to 2001 in hard copy. 1991 & 2001 Census are available in floppy and CD at the IEG also.

E-RESOURCES

JSTOR  access in IEG

The library is subscribing JSTOR. It is an electronic device of more than 400+ journals spread across 13 academic disciplines with full text from starting issue of the journal.

www.jstor.org

INDIASTAT

www.indiastat.com

CAPITAL MARKET

CD-ROM

The Library has about 200 CD-ROMs and 8 computers with CD Drive.

S. No.CDPublisher
1ISIDISID
2PoplineJohn Hopkins University
3World Development IndicatorWorld Bank
4World Development ReportWorld Bank
5World development SourcesWorld Bank
6World Bank China Library on CD-ROMWorld Bank
7Govt. Finance StatisticsIMF
8Direction of Trade StatisticsIMF
9Balance of Payment StatisticsIMF
10International Financial StatisticsIMF
11Global Development FinanceWorld Bank
12TEDDY OnlineTERI
13Trade Policy Review (1995-1997)WTO
14The Results of the Uruguay RoundWTO
15Agricultural policies in OECD countriesOECD Electronic Book Vol. I & Vol. II. OECD
16Census of IndiaRegistrar General
17Bibliographical Database on Material, Infant& Child Mortality in Developing CountriesIIPS
18World Bank Africa DatabaseWorld Bank
19UnasylvaFAO

SERVICES

Institute of Economic Growth Library provides the following services:

Online Information Retrieval and Dissemination of Information through:

Internet

E-mail ID

CD-ROM Databases

Selective Dissemination of Information

Current Awareness Service (Arrivals this Week)

Bibliographic and Documentation Service

Indexing of Periodical Literature

Inter-library loan

Networking System Reference Service

Circulation Service

Reprographic service

NETWORKING

DELNET

www.delnet.nic.in

STAFF

NAMEDESIGNATION
Dr. P.K.  JainLibrarian
Sanjeev JhaAssistant Librarian
Mahija RaghavanProfessional Assistant
Trilok Chand JoshiProfessional Assistant
Yogesh Kumar SainiProfessional Assistant

USEFUL LINKS

IMPORTANT PUBLISHERS

IMPORTANT LIBRARIES/ INSTITUTIONS

IMPORTANT LIBRARY ASSOCIATION

BOOK CATALOGUES ON THE WEB

  • Abebooks.com
  • Amazon.com Bookstore
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Best Book Buys
  • Book Finder
  • Books and Book Collecting
  • Books and Book Reviews on the Web
  • Books Out-of-Print
  • Book Search Engine
  • Catalog Site
  • Librarycard.com
  • Pricescan Before You Buy

CONTACT

Faculty Incharge:- Prof. Basanta Kumar Pradhan
E-Mail IDbasanta@iegindia.org

Mr. P. K. Jain,
Librarian,
Institute of Economic Growth Library,
University Enclave, North Campus,
Delhi – 110007
Ph: 27667463 (Direct), 27667288 (Ext. 216)
Fax: 27667410
E-Mail IDpkjain@iegindia.org ; library@iegindia.org

LIST OF CURRENT JOURNALS

  • AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT
  • AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS RESEARCH REVIEW
  • AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION REVIEW
  • AGRICULTURAL MECH. OF ASIA
  • AGRICULTURAL SITUATION IN INDIA
  • ALTERNATIVES
  • AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST
  • AMERICAN JOURNAL OF AGRI. ECONOMICS
  • APPLIED DEMOGRAPHY
  • APPLIED HEALTH ECONOMICS & HEALTH POLICY
  • ARTHA SUCHI
  • ARTHA VIJNANA
  • ARTHA-VIKAS
  • ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF ANTHROPOLOGY
  • ASIAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW (PHILIPPINES)
  • ASIAN ECONOMIC REVIEW
  • ASIAN RESEARCH TREND
  • ASIAN SURVEY
  • ASIAN TRANSPORT JOURNAL
  • ASIA-PACIFIC POPIN BULLETIN
  • ASIA-PACIFIC POPULATION JOURNAL
  • ASSOCHAM BULLETIN
  • BALANCE OF PAYMENT (TAIWAN)
  • BANGLADESH INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC STUDIES
  • BANGLADESH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS
  • BANK OF FINLAND BULLETIN
  • BANK OF THAILLAND QUARTERLY BULLETIN
  • BANKING STATISTICS QUARTERLY HANDOUT
  • BOOK REVIEW
  • BRITISH COMMERCIAL NEWS
  • BUSINESS INDIA
  • BUSINESS LINE
  • BUSINESS REVIEW
  • BUSINESS STANDARD
  • CANADIAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
  • CENTRAL BANK OF INDIAN ECONOMIC BULLETIN
  • CENTRE FOR MONITORING INDIAN ECONOMY
  • CENTRE FOR POLICY RESEARCH REPORT
  • CEPAL REVIEW
  • CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT
  • CHINA REPORT
  • COMPUTERS TODAY
  • CONTRIBUTION TO INDIAN SOCIOLOGY
  • CULTURAL DYNAMICS
  • CURRENT LITERATURE ON SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • DANISH MEDICAL BULLETIN
  • DATA QUEST
  • DEMOGRAPHY
  • DEMOGRAPHY INDIA
  • DEVELOPING ECONOMICS
  • DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE
  • DEVELOPMENT POLICY REVIEW
  • DOCUMENTATION IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  • DOWN TO EARTH
  • EASTERN ANTHROPOLOGIST
  • ECOLOGICAL ECONOMICS
  • ECONOMETRICA
  • ECONOMIC & POLITICAL WEEKLY
  • ECONOMIC BULLETIN (NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT)
  • ECONOMIC JOURNAL
  • ECONOMIC MODELLING
  • ECONOMIC REVIEW: BANK OF SAN FRANEISA
  • ECONOMIC STUDIES
  • ECONOMIC TIMES
  • ECONOMICA
  • ECONOMIST
  • EDUCATIONAL STUDIES
  • ELECTRONIC INFORMATION AND PLANNING
  • ENERGY ECONOMICS
  • ENERGY JOURNAL
  • ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
  • ENVIRONMENT AND HISTORY
  • ENVIRONMENT ECONOMICS AND POLICY STUDIES
  • ENVIRONMENTAL AND RESOURCE ECONOMICS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS
  • ETHNOS
  • EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
  • FAO QUARTERLY BULLETIN OF STATISTICS
  • FAR EASTERN AFFAIRS
  • FERTILIZER NEWS
  • FINANCIAL EXPRESS
  • FINANCIAL FLOW'S AND THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  • FINANCIAL STATISTICS (C.B.CHINA)
  • FOCUS WTO
  • FOOD & NUTRITION BULLETIN
  • FOREIGN TRADE REVIEW
  • GENDER TECHNOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENT
  • GURU NANAK JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY
  • HEALTH ECONOMICS IN PREVENTION & CARE
  • HEALTH FOR THE MILLIONS
  • HIMAL
  • HINDU SURVEY
  • HITOSUBASHI JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
  • HUMANITIES
  • HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES: PROCEDDINGS
  • IASLIC BULLETIN
  • ICSSR NESLETTER
  • IEG NEWS
  • IIAS NEWSLETTER
  • ILO OFFICIAL BULLETIN
  • IMF SURVEY
  • INDIA QUARTERLY
  • INDIAN ECONOMIC & SOCIAL HISTORY REVIEW
  • INDIAN ECONOMIC JOURNAL
  • INDIAN FORESTER
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURE ECONOMICS
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF ECONOMICS
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF GENDER STUDIES
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF LABOUR ECONOMICS
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF REGIONAL SCIENCE
  • INDIAN JOURNAL OF SOCIAL WORK
  • INDIAN SHIPPING
  • INDIAN SOCIAL SCIENCE REVIEW
  • INDIAN SUGAR
  • INDUSTRY OF FREE CHINA
  • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS REVIEW
  • INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC REVIEW
  • INTERNATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING PERSPECTIVE
  • INTERNATIONAL JR. OF DEVELOPMENT PLANNING LITERATURE
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT AND POLLUTION
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF HINDU STUDIES
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL ORGANIZATION
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THEORETICAL & APPLIED FINANCE
  • INTERNATIONAL LABOUR REVIEW
  • INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND STAFF PAPERS
  • INTERNATIONAL POLITICS AND SOCIOLOGY
  • INTERNATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCES JOURNAL
  • INTERNATIONAL TRADE FORUM
  • ISSUES IN MEDICAL ETHICS
  • ITEMS
  • JAPAN ECHO.
  • JAPAN ECONOMIC REPORT
  • JAPANESE JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF AGING & HEALTH
  • JOURNAL OF ASIAN PACIFIC STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF ASIAN STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF BUSINESS VENTURING
  • JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS
  • JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT
  • JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
  • JOURNAL OF FAMILY WELFARE
  • JOURNAL OF HEALTH MANAGEMENT
  • JOURNAL OF HEALTH OF POPULATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
  • JOURNAL OF INCOME AND WEALTH
  • JOURNAL OF INDIAN COUNCIL OF PHILOSOPHICAL RESEARCH
  • JOURNAL OF INDIAN SCHOOL OF POLITICAL ECONOMY
  • JOURNAL OF INDIAN WATER RESOURCE SOCIETY
  • JOURNAL OF INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES
  • JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL ECONOMIC STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL MONEY & FINANCE
  • JOURNAL OF MONEY, CREDIT & BANKING
  • JOURNAL OF NORTH-EAST INDIA COUNCIL FOR SOCIAL SC. RESEARCH
  • JOURNAL OF PEASANT STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF POLICY MODELLING
  • JOURNAL OF POPULATION ECONOMICS
  • JOURNAL OF QUANTITATIVE ECONOMICS
  • JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
  • JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC STUDIES
  • JOURNAL OF SOCIAL HISTORY
  • JOURNAL OF THE INDIAN INSTITUTE OF BANKERS
  • JOURNAL OF THE INDIAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL STATISTICS
  • JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF THAILAND
  • K S U ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS REVIEW
  • KALI'S YUG
  • KEIO ECONOMIC STUDIES
  • KRISHI SAMIKSHA
  • KYKLOS
  • LABOUR & DEVELOPMENT
  • LAND ECONOMICS
  • LANGUAGE RESEARCH BULLETIN
  • LAW AND STATE
  • LOUISIANA RURAL ECONOMIST
  • MADHYA PRADESH JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
  • MAIN ECONOMIC INDICATORS
  • MAINSTREAM
  • MAN
  • MAN AND DEVELOPMENT
  • MAN AND LIFE
  • MAN IN INDIA
  • MANAGEMENT AND LABOUR STUDIES
  • MANAGEMENT REVIEW
  • MANPOWER JOURNAL
  • MARGIN
  • METU STUDIES IN DEVELOPMENT
  • MODERN ASIAN STUDIES
  • MONEY AND FINANCE
  • MONTHLY ABSTRACT OF STATISTICS
  • MONTHLY BULLETIN OF STATISTICS OF CHINA
  • MONTHLY LABOUR REVIEW
  • MONTHLY MONITOR
  • MONTHLY STAT. OF THE FOREIGN TRADE OF INDIA
  • NATIONAL BANK NEWS REVIEW
  • NATIONAL DIET. LIBRARY (NEWSLETTER)
  • NATURAL HISTORY
  • NATURAL RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT
  • NBER REPORTER
  • NEPAL BANK PATRIKA
  • NUTRITION
  • OSAKA CITY UNIVERSITY ECONOMIC REVIEW
  • OSAKA ECONOMIC PAPERS
  • PACIFIC AND ASIAN JOURNAL OF ENERGY
  • PAKISTAN DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
  • PAKISTAN HORIZON
  • PAKISTAN JOURNAL OF APPLIED ECONOMICS
  • PARADIGM
  • PARIPREKSHYA
  • PARYAVARAN ABSTRACT
  • PC QUEST
  • PC WORLD
  • PLEXCOUNCIL BULLETIN
  • POLITICS AND SOCIETY
  • POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW
  • POPULATION BULLETIN
  • POPULATION EDUCATION ACCESSION LIST
  • POPULATION HEADLINERS
  • POPULATION INDEX
  • POPULATION RESEARCH ABSTRACT
  • POPULATION STUDIES
  • PRAJANAN
  • PRODUCTIVITY
  • PROGRESS OF EDUCATION
  • PURUSARTHA
  • QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMY
  • QUARTERLY NATIONAL ECONOMIC TRENDS
  • QUARTERLY REVIEW (MINNEAPOLIS)
  • RBI OCCASIONAL PAPERS
  • REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIALOGUE
  • REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH MATTERS
  • RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL
  • RESERVE BANK OF INDIA BULLETIN
  • REVIEW (FERNAND BRAUDAL CENTER)
  • REVIEW OF DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE
  • REVIEW OF INCOME AND WEALTH
  • SAKET
  • SANKHYA SERIES A & B
  • SARVEKSHNA
  • SEMINAR
  • SIKH REVIEW
  • SINO-SOVIET AFFAIRS (KOREA)
  • SOCIAL ANALYSIS
  • SOCIOLOGICAL BULLETIN
  • SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW
  • SOCIOLOGY
  • SOUTH ASIA
  • SOUTH EAST ASIAN STUDIES
  • SPAN
  • SRI LANKA JOURNAL OF HUMANITIES
  • SRI LANKA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES
  • STATE BANK OF INDIA MONTHLY REVIEW
  • STATISTICS OF FOREIGN TRADE OF INDIA BY COUNTRY
  • STOCK EXCHANGE OFFICIAL DIRECTORY
  • STUDIES IN FAMILY PLANNING
  • STUDIES IN HISTORY (JNU)
  • SURVEY OF CURRENT AFFAIRS
  • SWEDISH ECONOMY
  • SYNTHESIS PHILOSOPHICA
  • THIRD WORLD PLANNING REVIEW
  • TIDE (TERI)
  • U.N. CHRONICLE
  • UNASYLVIA
  • VARTA
  • VIKALPA
  • WASTELAND NEWS
  • WELTWIRTSCHAFTICHES ARCHIV
  • WORLD BANK ECONOMIC REVIEW
  • WORLD BANK POLICY RESEARCH BULLETIN
  • WORLD BANK RESEARCH OBSERVER
  • WORLD DEVELOPMENT
  • WORLD OF WORK
  • WORLD WATCH
  • WORLD WATCH PAPERS
  • YOJANA
  • YOUNG INDIA
  • IEG Health scheme
  • Circular1
  • Circular 2

Computer Centre

IEG’s computer unit caters to about 170 users, including faculty members, supporting research staff, members of the administration, doctoral students, IES probationary officers and affiliated visitors. We have a large local area network (LAN) serviced by the HP BL460c G7 blade server. IEG also acquired a high-speed fiber link of the National Knowledge Network (NKN) over the University of Delhi’s LAN system. It is also being used to access 100+ e-resources (journals, online databases, etc.). IEG also acquired additional 300 MBPS internet link to manage internet failure and to provide un-interrupted internet services in the IEG’s offices, hostel and the staff quarters which are also interconnected using wire and unified Wi-Fi systems. A biometric attendance system was installed for effective supervision of personnel. The IES training room of the Institute is installed with modern training amenities such as Digital Podium, wireless PA system.

Faculty members and senior administrative staff are provided with PCs in their offices, connected with individual duplex/MFP laser printers. They are also provided laptops. Heavy-duty printing services are deployed in the computer unit, library and the accounts section of the Institute. Modern systems such as Digital Podium facilitate training programmes. IEG’s software library has advanced application and econometric packages which cover MS Office, Adobe Acrobat Eviews 9.1, Limdep 7.0, Stata 16.0, Stella 5.0, Vensim 5.5 (DSS), GAMS 2.5, MFIT 5.0, MLwin, RATS 6.0, ArcGIS 10.1, etc. Network and online database such as Ace Equity, Prowess are also available.

The feature-rich IEG website uses CMS which allows the faculty, research units and administration to easily update their information. It also incorporates an online job portal, events manager and off-campus faculty login. The Audio-Visual Room of the Institute is equipped with VHF audio conferencing and can be used for web conferencing, live interviews, live presentations and demo programmes.

IEG is also recognised for its growing presence on social networking sites including Twitter, YouTube and Facebook. We have registered nearly 1,000+ followers on these accounts and 15,000+ connects on YouTube. Web-analytics reveal that Institute events have been watched on YouTube in 50+ countries across the world.

Web-analytics of different programme which were webcasted live through the use of social networking technologies during the session 2018-19 is given below.

Event’s Name (2018-19)Views
Workshop on "Priority Setting in the Health Sector: Practices and Possibilities for India", 27th February 2018332
Seminar on "Ecosystem Restoration and Livelihood" by NABARD Chair IEG | Part-1 |, 8th March 2018328
Seminar on "Ecosystem Restoration and Livelihood" by NABARD Chair IEG | Part-2 |, 8th March 2018532
Annual Work Plan (AWP) 2018-19 Meeting PRC Centres, 27th March 201876
My Journey from Marxism-Leninism to Nehruvian Socialism, by Prof. C.H. Hanumantha Rao, 26th April 2018798
78 Annual Conference, 1st November 201854
Panel Discussion: Rethinking Society for the 21st Century, 1st November 201885
78th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Agriculture Economics | Day 1 | Main Hall (Part 1), 27th November 201842
78th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Agriculture Economics | Day 1 | Dinner, 27th November 201810
The Economics of Building Resilence to Flooding A Case of Dhaka City, 12th December 201874
Workshop on Development of Biofortified Crops, 31st January 201995
Sixth International Conference of Asian Special Libraries (ICoASL 2019), 14th February 2019536
Total2877

                             Staff:

Staff NameDesignation
Sh. Vinod Kumar TyagiComputer System Administrator
Sh. Parag Kamal SharmaProgrammer
Sh. Inder KumarSr. Lab Asstt
Sh. Vikas KumarComputer

Hostel

IEG Officers Hostel provides accommodation facilities to the Probationers and In-Service Officers of the Indian Economic Service (IES, Government of India) during the various training courses and orientation programmes conducted by the Institute and the Ministry of Finance.The Hostel also offers accommodation to participants of various academic events and workshops of the institute as well as IEG guests and collaborators. It has 30 AC rooms with each providing basic facilities such as attached bathroom, television and internet services. Common facilities include a Mess, a Lounge with television, magazines and newspapers, gymnasium, badminton court, washing machines, water filter and refrigerators. IEG information brochure provides details on hostel facilities, rules and regulations (available upon request). IEG Hostel is governed by a Management Committee chaired by the Director of the Institute, and convened by the Hostel Warden.

The Hostel is located within the campus of the Institute of Economic Growth, which is at the distance of 5 minutes’ walk from Malkaganj Road at one edge of the Delhi University (North) campus. Prominent landmarks to reach the IEG Campus are the Malkaganj crossroads, Kirori Mal (KM) College (Hanuman Temple), the Faculty of Management Studies (Delhi University), etc. The Hostel is approximately 1.2 km from the Vishwavidyalaya Metro station (on Yellow Line of the Delhi Metro), 4 km from the Old Delhi railway station and Inter-State Bus Terminus (ISBT) Kashmiri Gate; 8 km from the New Delhi railways station; 17 km from the Hazrat Nizamuddin railway station; and about 25-30 km from the domestic and international terminals of the Indira Gandhi International Airport. Pre-paid taxi and auto rickshaw facilities are available from most of these places, especially from the domestic and international airport terminals (ask for Malkaganj, Karori Mal College, opposite Hanuman temple).

The Kamla Nagar shopping area, several eateries, restaurants and utility stores are all within walking distance. The Delhi School of Economics and its Ratan Tata Library, the Agro-Economic Research Centre and the Faculty of Management Studies are close neighbours to the IEG Hostel.

Warden: Dr. Oindrila De   Email: oindrila@iegindia.in , oindrila@iegindia.org

Hostel Assistant: Mr. Surendra Thakur
hostel@iegindia.orghostel@iegindia.in

Campus

IEG is located in the Delhi University Enclave, adjacent to the Faculty of Management Studies on the Malka Ganj Road. The Institute’s campus, spread over seven and a half acres, houses the main office building, library, and residential quarters. Its single bed, 30-room hostel is primarily meant for trainees of the Indian Economic Service Officers’ Hostel. Sixteen rooms for trainees are equipped with computers with internet access. A fitness centre, a badminton court and a table-tennis court are other facilities available to the trainees. It is also used by training programmes participants in workshops, seminars etc. organised from time to time and by academic visitors. A majority of the faculty members and a fair number of supporting staff are provided with residential accommodation on campus, which has well laid-out lawns and flower-beds, a children’s park, and play-cum-recreation facilities for children.

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