Projects During 2012-13


List of Research Studies completed during 2012-13


S. No.

Name of the Project




Evaluation of Marketing Development Assistance Scheme




Study on Sustainability of AHVY Clusters who have completed three year of project but have not completed five years of project period as on 30.9.2010 (Category II)


DC(Handicrafts), Ministry of Textiles


Prospects for India-Iran Trade: An Assessment of Opportunity and Challenges


Embassy of India, Iran


Creation of Trade Data Base, Assessing the Implications of Existing Free Trade Liberalization Agreements and Providing Assistance for Negotiations on FTA's


Ministry of Agriculture


Strategy Paper for Allocation of Funds to Commercial Wings of Indian Missions Abroad under Market Expansion Activities for the Financial Year 2012-13 (along with Appendix Tables)


Ministry of External Affairs


Pilot Survey on International Trade in Education Sector


DGCIS Kolkata


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